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tehcodez
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June 01, 2011, 08:14:19 PM
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Okk p33ps...I love the whole BTC thing, but I'm a nerd. I've seen questions of usefulness, and as a prospective solutions provider, I can't help myself but take a stab. While we can all get BTC, and trade BTC, using BTC is another story. Yeah we can get coffee, T-shirts, and cool hashz with our names in the middle, but what about real products.

Solution: BTC 4 Food.

I've got connections...and not just the internets that run to my computer. If I can get some of yall to pool together, I've got 4000 lbs of watermelon with your name on it. (and another 1m lbs if you need more).

2 conditions 2 meet:

1 - How many BTC you gonna offer? Your offer has to be reasonable.

2 - What is the farmer, the red blooded Nebraskan or hard working "opportunity seeker", gonna do with that BTC I give him for the watermelon? He needs to live...so someone's gonna have to sell him what he needs via BTC (place to live, growing supplies, luxuries, etc.). He doesn't need hosting, at least for now :-)

If you can meet these 2 conditions repeatedly, we have ourselves a deal.
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June 02, 2011, 02:00:17 AM
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http://bitmunchies.com/index.php?cPath=58_59

I'm not sure about nebraskans, but most red blooded males need these at some point...

In addition, bitmunchies provides food of a more preserved nature, with expanding selection and lowering prices.

He can also simply store them as an investment, or sell them immediately, if he needs the funds.

I'd pay for fresh watermelon, it is the season after all! I have no idea how much shipping would be though, and I'd imagine it'd be prohibitive. Maybe ask bearbones if he'd consider carrying it?
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June 02, 2011, 04:32:36 AM
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Is it strange that I instantly recognize 58_59 as the category for condoms on that site?

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September 21, 2011, 05:55:55 AM
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BitMunchies.com has several new food products to offer for bitcoin! Also, if you have any products you would like to see featured at the Bit Munchies marketplace, please e-mail me jared@bitmunchies.comSmiley

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