I'm not talking about national holidays when banks take a day off work with the rest of us. Bank holidays are something completely different. It's when banks are closed, often unexpectedly, to let government and management deal with a financial crisis.
Bank holidays happened in the 1930s, but lifestyles were different then. Grandma and Grandpa usually had cash under the mattress or in a cookie jar. Credit cards didn't exist.
Have you ever pondered what a bank holiday might look like our largely cashless age of credit cards and automatic on-line payments?
SurivivalBlog.com offers some points for your consideration.