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    • Now you get to go to jail for defacing US currency
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    • Defacing money
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    • It’s 100% legal all of you are fucking stupid. It’s only illegal if you deface the currency’s to increase its value AS currency, so things such as making coin rings and this is legal. Are you saying those coin rollers at theme parks violate federal law all the time
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    • Fun fact: When Abraham Lincoln was president he was known for freeing the slaves as a result many confederates hated him so to get back at him they made his coin from copper to resemble a black mans skin and made him face away from all the other U.S presidents
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    • To answer many people's question: No, this is not illegal, especially since this is just 16 cents. What is illegal is attempting to make it appear to be more than it's actually worth.
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    • Ok yeah, defacing is bad but what about deponytailing?!? They cut off his pony tail y’all
      jwags3 8 apr
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    • The government doesn't care if some guy messes with a couple coins
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    • You fool they were contained for our protection
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    • It’s not defacing currency if it’s for artistic or educative purposes- that’s why you can do penny crushes and why firefighters cut pennies in half to show how cool their scissors are in elementary school
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    • So you just gonna cut Thomas Jeffersons pony tail off like it's all good??
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    • People here are retarded. It’s not illegal to do this, it’s illegal to try to put it back into circulation. Do whatever you want, but don’t try to buy something with it. Does nobody remember those machines that crush pennies at museums and stuff?
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    • You fool! They were trapped in there for our protection!
      ProPain 8 apr
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    • You fool; you absolute buffoon! Did you not know that they were sealed there for our protection? You’ve doomed us all!
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    • So many people in the comments who don’t know the difference between a quarter and a nickel
      Akatosh 7 apr
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    • YOU FOOLS! They were sealed for our protection!
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    • Everyone a prosecuting attorney now huh
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    • I hate that people dont understand that defacing money applies to when you try to alter a currency to make it look like a higher value currency
      A_Fuck 8 apr
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    • Fools, they were sealed in there for our protection
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    • His ponytail, you bitch
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    • Woah pal Lincolns head isn't that intact
      Bucket 8 apr
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    • That’s illegal
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    • You fools. They were trapped for our protection.
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    • “Your defacing mone-god I wish somebody loved me”
      Fosachi 7 apr
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    • Everyone saying you can go to jail for defacing money and shit... I dont remember everyone who used those penny flattening machines at carnivals and shit going to jail...
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    • It’s ironic he’s defacing US currency while DEFACING Us Currency
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    • So no head?
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    • Fool. They were sealed for our protection
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    • They cut off Jefferson's ponytail
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    • Defacing US currency is only illegal if you try to buy something with it.
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    • That's 30 years right there buddy but I'm not gonna nark on ya
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    • That’s a felony
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    • Defacing money being a crime is ridiculous. The only reason it's a crime is cuz it's a form of control. You get rid of all money and now the government can't control you.
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    • Section 331, it is illegal to "fraudulently alter, deface, mutilate, impair, diminish, falsify, scale, or lighten any of the coins coined at the mints of the United States, or any foreign coins which are by law made current or are in actual use or circulation as money within the United States"
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    • Dumbass didn't even get the ponytail
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    • I guys don't get the joke. DEFACING. Taking the FACE OUT
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    • Everyone saying it's defacing money... Then why are there those penny flattening souvenir machines at random landmarks and amusement parks?
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    • Wait that’s illegal
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    • Fool they were sealed for our protection
      myse1f34 7 apr
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    • YOU CUT MY MANS PONY TAIL OFF
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    • Lincoln is now guilty. He is no longer in a cent.
      HolUpFam 7 apr
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    • They cut off Washingtons ponytail
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    • America is the only country in the world where defacing currency is illegal. Reducing money in circulation is improving the economy at your own personal expense.
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    • You fools. They were sealed away for our protection
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    • So no head?
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    • Wait! That’s illegal.
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    • He "defaced" them hahaha
      Roqubot 12 apr
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    • 31...
      Daddyoi 12 apr
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    • You can deface or destroy any form of us currency legally as long as you are not going to sell it. Please edjucate yourself before saying shit you don't fully know.
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    • Fool. They were placed there for our protection.
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    • You forgot the ponytail
      zeus801 9 apr
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    • Wait is it illegal I mean I Know defacing currency is illegal but those penny pushing machines ain't so what makes this different
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    • It’s legal as long as it’s done without fraudulent intent y’all need to sooth your boobs a bit aight
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    • Its illegal to destroy United States currency, yet they make machines that do it for you and put them in zoos and museums
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    • actually probably 32 cents because they probably carved out the face of a dime penny and nickel and then shaved down the coins to just the faces because cutting the faces out would have been significantly more difficult
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    • Destroying currency is illegal
      Billy817 8 apr
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    • Wait, that's illegal
      iFunyAds 8 apr
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    • I have no clue who is on the dime
      Gamgam 8 apr
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    • I feel like I should point out that it's not illegal to destroy money. Defacing means to try and change the value of the money to have it be worth more then it actually is and that's illegal
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    • Joybox 8 apr
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    • Why they cut off Jefferson's ponytail tho?
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    • Lol like none of you guys never accidentally ripped a dollar. Oh no the FBI is here! Run! No one cares unless you sell it
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    • You imbecile they were sealed away for our protection
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    • Looks like the nickel had a ponytail and you cut it off
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    • So no head?
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    • Isn't that illegal?
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    • Fools. They were sealed for our protection.
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    • Literally De-Facing currency
      iPop 7 apr
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    • For all the retards, doing this isn’t illegal. Defacing is illegal when you try to profit off of it, like counterfeit
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    • Fools, they were sealed for our protection
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    • The currency has been... de-faced
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    • You fool! They were sealed away for our protection!
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    • You cut off Jefferson's ponytail you fuck!
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    • It’s not illegal to mutilate US currency if you’re not trying to do something fraudulent with the product (i.e. counterfeit, re-selling the metal for profit). Same reason pressed pennies are legal
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    • Anyone who actually thinks this is illegal is retarded as shit. No one is going to get fucking arrested over 16 cents 😂
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    • Everybody like “that’s illegal” while smoking a bong and embezzling their taxes
      ChexMyx 7 apr
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    • That's a felony
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    • But they left Thomas's pony tail behind
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    • You fool! They were sealed away for our protection!
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    • You forgot the ponytail
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    • Defacing currency is not illegal if it’s done for entertainment purposes.
      Cronloya 7 apr
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    • And the multiple tens of thousands for the water jet
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    • Section 331 of Title 18 of the United States code provides criminal penalties for anyone who “fraudulently alters, defaces, mutilates impairs, diminishes, falsifies, scales, or lightens any of the coins coined at the Mints of the United States.” (more in comments)
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    • Who gives a fucks about defacing currency honestly
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    • You cut off Tom’s pony tail
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    • So, no head?
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    • Bro you forgot the nickels ponytail my dude
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    • And as if USA cares for 16 cents that will just end up lost or wait, I forgot, you get a ticket for a lemonade stand
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    • It’s sort of bother me that you don’t even see where he started cutting
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    • YOU FOOL THEY WERE SEALED FOR OUR PROTRCTION
      ICKKK 11 apr
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