A senior citizen was showing off a new car he had bought to his grandson.
"Let's go for a spin," he told the youngster.
The old man pulled out of his driveway and placed his fingers above the top of the steering wheel, controlling it only with his thumbs pressed against the lower edge of the wheel.
"That's weird," the grandpa said, "I still don't hear anything."
"What are you talking about?" the grandson asked.
"The car salesman said I could hear lots of different kinds of music if I used a thumb drive."
The kids were coming into class and sitting down, they were discussing MONEY, talking about where currency was made. Billy said, "At the mint."
Frank piped up, and said, "No, that is where coins are made."
Janie had the best answer, though. She said, "Money is made at the ATM. hat's what the letters stand for... All The Money!"