Talk:Pecunia non olet
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- No; money laundering is about evading taxation and tracking of money. This might be used as an argument for charities to accept tainted donations, for example. --Gwern (contribs) 13:15 22 August 2009 (GMT)
Filthy / Clean
From the article: " This phrase is still used today to show that money is all equally filthy (or clean)"
Since the phrase is about how money does NOT smell I think this would be better as "This phrase is still used today to show that the value of money is not tainted by its origins"
all the kings men
Since "pecunia" is plural, shouldn't it be "olent"?
Error in the title?
The title of the page is "Pecunia non olent" but the phrase is "Pecunia non olet". One of them is wrong, apparently the title. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 11:30, 10 November 2011 (UTC)