I don't like coinstar... they always take like 10% of my money away from me... It wouldn't bother me now so much but when i was a small child it bothered me then so as a result i hate the injustice they commited against a 12 year old child(me at the time...) so **** coinstar.
I think i kind of almost spoke in third person there... eerie. --- GT: CC GreenRaider || Ted Nugent for President! || Rooting for: Carolina Panthers||AC/DC & Airbourne Rock||RIP Ronnie James Dio & Gary Coleman|
Aww yeah, got my cup of change ready for Sonic Adventure 2. Last year I did the same thing with UMvC3... this change saving idea is nifty. You could argue that I could just put the change not in a jar and always use it/never use cash, but it'd just go towards McDoubles and health issues.
I don't have self-control when it comes to things that are a dollar. --- "All I have is my balls and my word, and I don't break them for anyone!"-Tony Montana
Ya, ~9%, at least here, don't know if it is different in other places, or if it has gone up since the last time I used one.
I usually don't have enough change to worry about using one, I save it in an old coffee container (one of the 33oz Maxwell House ones), but I always end up dipping into it.
Not as bad since I stopped smoking (I never had change back then, I was always scraping together what little I did have to buy a pack), but still dip into it more than I would like. --- R.I.P. Eve English (Feb. 12, 1968 - Oct. 13, 2010) Momma Eve, you will be missed.