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This is just a guess but I can think of a couple of things right off that might
contribute. One would be random wrinkles and creases probably prevent the bills from
laying as flat to each other as when they were new. Also perhaps abrasion give the bills
a "fuzziness" where new bills are frequently described as "crisp"
and again they don't lay as perfectly flat to each other. We probably don't
notice the difference so much with a couple of bills in our hands but stack 500
together and it becomes more evident.
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