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According to this CNN report, the U.S. Mint’s new nickels feature a new profile of the well-known American linguist Thomas Jefferson. The reverse side will come in two kinds, one with the traditional buffalo, and the other featuring the Pacific Ocean, inscribed with the words that William Clark almost wrote in his journal when he reached the mouth of the Columbia River: “Ocean in view! O! The Joy!”

But what he actually wrote, it seems, was “Ocian in view! O! The Joy!” CNN explains the substitution:** I would think that ole Lewis and Clark meant “O Cian..” Like cyan oh blue water the joy! Tehehehe but who knows I know it is good to ask questions! If I had a nickel every time someone asked why not then I would as rich as whoever designed the snazzy nickel in the economy made up of pure debt… ^•*•^

According to this CNN report, the U.S. Mint’s new nickels feature a new profile of the well-known American linguist Thomas Jefferson. The reverse side will come in two kinds, one with the traditional buffalo, and the other featuring the Pacific Ocean, inscribed with the words that William Clark almost wrote in his journal when he reached the mouth of the Columbia River: “Ocean in view! O! The Joy!”

But what he actually wrote, it seems, was “Ocian in view! O! The Joy!” CNN explains the substitution:
** I would think that ole Lewis and Clark meant “O Cian..” Like cyan oh blue water the joy! Tehehehe but who knows I know it is good to ask questions! If I had a nickel every time someone asked why not then I would as rich as whoever designed the snazzy nickel in the economy made up of pure debt… ^•*•^