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July 16, 2011, 07:26:00 AM
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If only they had only known just how many lolcats they have unleashed upon the forum from promoting me to junior member.... Cheesy Grin heheheh but still, we need even more lolcats.  I've seen zero since I've been here.  Bitcoins are awesome, lolcats are awesome, so a bitcoin forum with lolcats would generate so much pure awesomeness energy, you could harness it and use it to power my coin mining rig!  At least, that's my short term goal.  The long term one involves lots of hampsters on wheels.

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