So you leave Penn Station after taking an hour train ride only to find out your cell phone is dead. You’re not sure where the office is that you’re supposed to be going, but you do remember the phone number. What are you going to do? Oh, right there, across the street on the corner of 34th St and 7th Ave is a lonely little phone booth. Probably one of the last ones on Earth.
You dig for some quarters in your pocket, but you have no change. Right across the sidewalk there’s somebody who’s doing pretty much the same thing (begging for change) except he’s got a cup full of it and he is shaking it like crazy. You offer him a $1 bill for one quarter, you tell him he can keep the difference. Obviously he obliges. He just made money! As you turn around to make the phone call you notice something sticking out of the phone, and it almost makes you use the other booth.
Distracted by all the noise and lights and sights or Midtown Manhattan, you forget about that paper as quickly as you noticed it. You pick up the phone to make the call and BOOM!!
This is like the best game of telephone you ever played. Not that anybody uses pay phones anymore, but if you did, you would most likely be PUMPED to find a $5 bill wrapped in a loving little note. You never would have thought that picking up the receiver would make YOU the receiver!