Can you cut "in god we trust" out of money and still use it?

hi, i want to start cutting the word "god" out of my money...if i do that will the sales person take it or will that make the money invalid? does anyone else do this?

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Comment by Jules Melvin on January 8, 2011 at 6:57am
it is illegal to deface u.s. currency, but fun..
Comment by Stephen A. Wheelock on December 5, 2010 at 9:20pm
Easiest is pen through "g-d", according to some. It is embarrassing to see that religion-endorsing slogan printed on our modern currency.
Comment by joseph f logston on December 5, 2010 at 2:02pm
why would the Christan's want to put their g$ds name on the root of all evil..........
Comment by Dan Xenatro on December 4, 2010 at 12:57pm
I don't know about cutting, but I know someone who routinely blacks out the phrase with a marker. This is not illegal as long as the serial number and dollar amount are not obscured, and no apparent attempt has been made to alter the value (putting a few zeroes after the number, for example). I sometimes do this too and have never had a problem. Most people don't notice.
Comment by Jenn Oh on May 20, 2010 at 8:03pm
This guy did something kinda cool.
Ramen to you :)
But, I'm pretty sure, no matter what you do to it, money can still be used as long as it still looks whole. Vending machines will still take it, why shouldn't the cashier?
Comment by Richard Raisner on May 9, 2010 at 1:32am
Most countries do not so blatently add "In god We Trust" to either paper currency or coins.

People from other countries have had negative comments, and rightly so.
"In god We Trust" brought to you by country of "The Christians"

Actually this is fairly new (1955) for coins.
It actually detracts from the design of any coin with such limited space.
Comment by Scott Popejoy on April 1, 2010 at 8:34pm
One more and I'll quit... I think it odd that the more militiant US Christians find it necessary to "trust" in God by trusting in "Mammon" and fortifying their life with "the things that are Ceasars", which their Christ is beheld to decry. Furthermore, the whole "In God We Trust" was born of Civil War strife, when the "Christian Nation's" conscience finally got the best of them regarding slavery and it had to be settled with widespread slaughter of the Nation's finest. Had the Godfearing Nation been more humane from the outset...there would have been no slavery, nor bloodshed.
Comment by Scott Popejoy on April 1, 2010 at 8:23pm
Hell, just use plastic. Hard-core Christians see such technology as fore-runners to "the Mark"!
Comment by faith the atheist on February 25, 2010 at 11:12am
I like marking out god.They take it any way.
Comment by gary betchan on February 23, 2010 at 6:58am
I personally like replacing god with the word Us, ( In Us We Trust) But some people think it then says "in US we trust" as in USA USA USA USA USA. Not much gain there.
EvolveFISH sells a self inking rubber that that says Atheist Money. Others that say Humanist Money, or worst of all GAY MONEY.

The results looks a little nicer than a blank marker. I have asked several federal agents ( FBI & Secret Service ) about this. One agent told me as long as you don't try to obscure the dollar amount of the bill ( add zero to make a 10 and 100) it is legal. The other 2 agents I asked just rolled their eyes and told me to leave them alone.
After an atheist convention one year, I took 5 inch stack of ones and fives to my bank to deposit. Every last one of them had been stamped by me during the convention. The bank teller told me she wouldn't accept them. I asked for the manager. He came out and said they were required to honor them, but they would declare them damaged and send them to be destroyed. I took the stack with me and paid for everything I bought with it for several weeks.
That bank tell made some religious sign with her hands everytime she say me for months.



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