WTF has it come to, or maybe I'm just a crochtedy ole fogey|
It seems like it was when we used "Continental's" as paper currency, but it goes back to when I worked in retail. One of the first lessons I was taught when I worked in retail was to face your currency in the cash drawer. BTW, 'face currency" means take your paper currency and make all of it face side up and turn them so all the bills are facing the same way; if you're asking, it makes counting out the cash drawer about twice as easy as it could be. :) YMMV So this practice is now an artifact of the prehistoric past, because at least two or more instances in the last few weeks, I gotten change back and the bills have been every orientation one could imagine. Anyone?
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