I've been home for five days and I have not once used cash. In fact, I don't have a single bill in my wallet , with the exception of a 20 shekel bill. I have been to the post office, credit card. I went to the grocery store, credit card. I went to Costco,
credit card. I bought gas, credit card. I can see how easy it would be to go to a cashless society. Sooner or later, I may have to go to an ATM machine. But I am seeing how long I can go without that. And speaking of ATM machines. When they first came onto
the scene, I was pretty naive about them. Once I kept trying to put my credit card into one and that wasn't working. Then when we were going to the YMCA of the Rockies regularly, one of the cabins had a huge flag outside of it that had the letters with the
T really big and in the middle and the letters A M smaller , one on each side. I thought it was a flag for a ATM machine. It was the flag of Texas A and M. What does the M stand for? Texans like Colorado. It's a straight shot up . It's the way Illinoian's
like Florida. It's a straight shot down.