Banks on a river, not for money

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Nautical or maritime words are everywhere. Even the word ‘bank’ literally means a river bank. Ships pull up to the bank. They assume I’m a master/mister of a vessel and banked at the river.

I expect I need to find a ‘savings and loan’ or a ‘safe deposit’ company, though even the word deposit/depose is suspicious. I’ll take either over a bank for now.

If thou has been following along, ‘they’ are assuming everything is a maritime matter possibly because the USA has jurisdiction over commerce, meaning that which is on the water. That ‘Mer’ in commerce means sea in French.

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