Stripper man is my hero.
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Panel 1 is great.
Do Mexican Pesos have the $ sign like in the USA or a different symbol like a P with 2 horizontal bars? It seems to be inconsistent from the stuff that I have seen on TV.
yes they have but also come in different colors (blue, green, yellow etc)
Lol the stripper Was a good person and the police woman Was evil
heroic death ;_:
@Edd: The $ sign actually comes from the Spanish colonial real of the 18th century (aka “piece of eight”). The symbol is actually a schematism of an element of the Spanish coat of arms: the columns of Hercules (Strait of Gibraltar) and a ribbon that reads “Plus Ultra” (“further beyond” in Latin). There are other theories (generally related with Spanish American coins, which were common currency in the revolutionary USA) but that is the most common one.
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