Things that are mass produced generally aren't collectible or worth anything, even over 50 years later. I guess if you had a flag collection a 50 star flag might be worth something, but probably not as a general collector's piece.
C'mon, Jack... You've had a death wish ever since Terri died. The way things have been going for you in the past year and a half, this probably doesn't look like such a bad idea. You get to go out in a blaze of glory, one of the greatest heroes of all time, leave your troubles behind... This could be the easy way out, huh? You still got a life, Jack. You wanna be a real hero? Here's what you do. You get back down there and you put the pieces together. You find a way to forgive yourself for what happened to your wife. You make things right with your daughter, and you go on serving your country. That'd take some real guts. ~ George Mason
So I assume that Canada will no longer be the butt of 51st-state jokes if this goes through?
Although then we'd be the butt of 52nd-state jokes, I guess...
The word "quadragonal" is the only word with "dragon" in it where "dragon" is not a root word. That makes it awesome.
So while mass-produced items are something that maybe your descendants could cash in on if they keep it around long enough, it's not something people should be expecting to make money off in their own lifetimes like they might with an ultra-rare first-edition Pokemon card.
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