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Saturday, June 26, 2004



Looks pretty lame to me. Reagan's head is too big, which makes him look like Bill Clinton.


The head is smaller than Jackson's on the latest version of the twenty, but I prefer the older style bills with the smaller portraits as well.


Didn't mean ta diss yer tawunty. It's a heluvalot bettern I'da did.


Looks great! I'm all for it!


One more thought...what's on the back?


why, the FrostTop mug, of course.


While the scale of his head isn't proportioned properly in this sample, it does give a feel of what he would look like on the twenty, and by gosh I like it.


Kevin - I don't see any compelling reason to take the White House off the reverse, but we could advocate a second portrait of RWR - probably wearing his white hat on horseback - that we could give back at the barganing table.

Bruce - if you think that's big, wait till you see that fathead Grant on the redesigned 50.


Corey- I'd direct you to the current $20 bill, where Jackson's head is even bigger than Reagan's is here.


You know, Dave, I'm going to have to haul off and stand corrected. I haven't seen a twenty in a good while, being fresh out of college, jobless, and such. But I happen to remember I had one lying around, and Jackson's head is huge. I think if you brought it down a few pixels, it would go perfectly. But then, I'm just a silly man without any coffee.


I think it looks great!!!


It's very well done. The only problem I see with it is the greenish fuzzy cast that makes Reagan look a bit radioactive. But the composition is perfect.


Where am I? I think I've pooped myself. Nancy?!

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