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Old 07-03-2006, 12:51 PM
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Default The Artful Enhancement of Money

The artful enhancement of monetary currency will be listed under the liberal arts.

To some, this might be mistaken for 'defacing' currency. We at the Symposium are grieved at this sort of negative attack on our artforms. And that is why we entitle the creative and free-thinking artful enhancement of money 'Monetary Augmentation'.

Some choose to express their artistry through drawing stick figures of Illuminati being beheaded by the angry mass mobs of the American people.

Again, others may opt for the expression of drawing horns on George Washington's forehead and writing 666.

Yet again, others may really want to push the bill and let their money talk. And there's no better way for money to talk then to give it something to say.

Some write on the edges of their notes, "This dollar bill is a real counterfit note actually only worth about .80 cents from the Federal Reserve Bank."

We have a few artistic gurus who enjoy expanding and changing various themes of the dollar bill. Recently we had one artist who completelly enhanced the Great Seal of the Novus Ordo Seclorum. It was absolutely breathtaking to see and truly a masterpiece of visual art. He blotted out the Eye of Horus with black ink, squared the circle, changed 'In God We Trust' to 'In Horus Ye Rust' and then finished off the highlights with YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!

These are just a few examples of how you might want to enhance your money through visual art. But really, the sky's the limit.

And remember, work hard, but also have fun. Monetary Augmentation isn't just a discipline, it's also a hobby and a way of life.


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