Yo, G, it's all about the one-hundred dollar bills
I subscribe to word of the day from wordsmith.org. Today's word is benjamin.
Here's the description for all you non-street peeps out there. Peace out!
Benjamin (BEN-juh-min) noun
Benjamin is a nickname for the US one-hundred-dollar bill. The name
derives from Benjamin Franklin, US statesman, whose portrait adorns
the bill. The US currency notes are printed in the Bureau of Engraving and
Printing plants in Washington, DC and Fort Worth, Texas.