It is a special kind of paper. They're made of atom sized, microchips that can record everything you say, and it goes straight to the government. Yes, they heard about what you said the other day. They're after you. You'll be gone tomorrow morning.
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The paper that the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) uses to produce our currency is "distinctive." A paper manufacturer produces it according to BEP specifications. It is composed of 75 percent cotton and 25 percent linen. The paper also contains red and blue fibers of various lengths that are evenly distributed throughout the paper.
All denominations of paper currency notes printed since 1929 are the same size, measuring approximately 2.61 inches (6.63 centimeters) by 6.14 inches (15.60 centimeters). Each note weighs about one gram. ~ source: US Treasury