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July 11, 2015, 05:58:55 PM
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I like this guy's videos, though some are annoying because they are politicized. Watch the ones where he tries to sell an ounce of gold for $20. I might take a trip to Encinitas some day just to see if I can take him up on an offer.

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July 30, 2015, 05:27:27 PM
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I would certainly go for the silver bar, who gives away free silver bars, that was once in a lifetime opportunity. But i think that all of them didn't choose the silver bar so they won't be judged as money persons Smiley If it happened to me i would be 150$ richer Sad
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July 31, 2015, 11:57:14 AM
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I think that is a nice way to make great video content, man. I assume he already had the gold, the only resources he required to make this video was to buy chocolate bars and get a friend to film him/hire a guy. Interesting video concept too. It explains a lot about how people perceive situations, often opting for short term benefits and disregarding profit which requires a little hard work and potential 'risk'.
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August 01, 2015, 12:15:10 AM
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Candys,candys are  testy,possible ti but in any place in the world,easy to exchange,decantrelized
 Very good currency in time of crisis,only there is hard to keep them for long term,i like candys
lets make candys reserve currency of the world,will be more happiness


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August 01, 2015, 06:06:38 AM
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Candys,candys are  testy,possible ti but in any place in the world,easy to exchange,decantrelized
 Very good currency in time of crisis,only there is hard to keep them for long term,i like candys
lets make candys reserve currency of the world,will be more happiness

Candy's might be the tastiest currency in the world, but fail on basically all parts of what makes a currency, a good currency. Candy as a medium of Exchange is pathetic. As a Unit of Account, no. Yes, its portable, but not at all durable. Divisibility is average, fungibility? LOL. As a store of value, its the worst currency in the world. But damn son I would eat it all. And I am debating why candy can't be a good currency with a person who thinks candy is decentralized currency oh god.
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