98f: Joan Allen / Jewel
The Jenson Mint
Announcer: You make a lot of money. And the last thing you want
to do is give your change away to some street person. It's an awkward
situation. That's why the Jenson Mint offers a new line of fake change to
give to the homeless. Each coin is carefully crafted to look and feel like
a real quarter - at first glance. But, upon closer inspection, the hobo
discovers a disappointing message:
[ the coin reads "Not Today Friend" ]
Announcer: Each fake Jenson quarter costs just thirty-five cents - a
small price to pay for peace of mind. And, if the bum tries to cash in a
Jenson coin, he'll find they're not only worthless, but they're stolen.
That means he'll never bother you for change again. And that's the American
way. The Jenson way.