Canadian Bank Warns People to Stop Drawing Spock on Banknotes – Now Many Other Countries Are Doing This

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Canadian Bank Warns People to Stop Drawing Spock on Banknotes – Now Many Other Countries Are Doing This

Stop Drawing Spock on Banknotes

Some people in Canada, in fact many, pay tribute to Leonard Nimo, the so famous character from Star Trek, by dragging Spock on his banknotes. This phenomenon is called “spocking”.

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Now Many Other Countries Are Doing This

Apparently, Canadians have turned the former French-speaking Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier into a Vulcan for several years. But Canada’s bank is far from impressed with it.

Many people from other countries now do the same with their banknotes.

Many Americans tried Alexander Hamilton:

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Here’s an effort on Abraham Lincoln:
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According to a BBC report, the Bank of Canada argued that although the actual drawing of Spock on the banknotes is nothing illegal, people should better stop doing so.

The banknotes symbolize the country and are a source of pride for its people, so this practice is very inappropriate.

The Scots had a connection with Alexander Fleming, but it didn’t look so nice.

Stop Drawing Spock on Banknotes

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At the same time, another problem is that many retailers may reject unsatisfied money. It turns out that Laurier is much better than Spock on the banknotes.

Canadians pay tribute to a strange type of tribute to the doomed Leonard Nimoy – they draw his most famous character, Spock from “Star Trek,” over a 19th-century politician on his banknotes.

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Canadian Bank Warns People

“Bank of Canada believes that writing and marking on banknotes are inappropriate because they are a symbol of our country and a source of national pride,” Menard told Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in an email.

The spokeswoman also said that dissatisfied bills may not circulate for as long and run the risk of being rejected by retailers.

Originally posted 2020-02-05 08:30:56.

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