greebly_weeblies5 karma2020-02-16 21:30:23 UTC
Money goes from person to person. If it happens to be a point of infection that's being passed around perhaps it's better than ignoring it.
Cash, like any other good, has a life cycle, is often destroyed as a result of wear and tear. This just shortens it a bit.
It's also worth noting that cash isnt necessarily a huge part of the liquidity in a currency, as electronic fund transfers can be significantly larger.
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greebly_weeblies2 karma2021-04-20 12:34:06 UTC
Hi! Thanks for fielding questions!
I'm confident you'll get this question for pour overs and espresso but: what kinds of coffee (varietals /flavour profiles) are best for moka pots, French press and cold brew coffee?
Thank you for your time!
greebly_weeblies1 karma2019-09-07 16:01:29 UTC
Fantastic. Thanks very much!
greebly_weeblies1 karma2020-07-02 12:55:39 UTC
I'm expect this is likely the case for most human trials that don't involve terminal patients.
greebly_weeblies1 karma2021-04-20 16:37:05 UTC
Fantastic, thanks again!
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