from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A dollar.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One dollar.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dollar.
You'll drive into the gas station, play some little game or answer some little crowd sourcing query or survey about consumer habits or whatever, and get some little Linden-dollar type simoleon that will eventually be collected and offset your gas price.
But we never went after the simoleon in the toe of the sock under the loose brick in the corner of the kitchen hearth.
Of course, with a simoleon that you couldn't cash out to real life, or could cash out only at a hugely unfavorable rate, given your time and labour, and only on the illegal black market.
Seriously, if I was Liddy, listening to these asshats who've gone into the red to the tune of $3 trillion over the last six years (not including the stimulus / TARP money) lecture him on how to run a business while he gets paid one simoleon a year, I would have stood up and said
When playing the scratch card game, buy lots of 1 simoleon cards instead of 1x5 simoleon scratch cards or 1x10 simoleon scratch cards.