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April 19, 2012, 12:54:48 AM
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This thread sure does bring back memories.

In the news today: Justin Bieber Greeting Cards Now Available

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Justin Bieber fans have been rewarded once again. True "Beliebers" can now pick up Justin Bieber greeting cards from Hallmark at Walmart stores nationwide.

The cards will also be available starting in May at Hallmark Gold Crown stores and other stores where Hallmark products are sold. The cards range in price from $2.57-$9.99, and range in size from 19-by-13-inch "Big Time" cards down to "Itty Bitty Greetings," which are perfect for slipping into lunchboxes, according to a news release.

Now, imagine if those same cards had bitcents in them, like gifts from "The Bieb".

~Bruno~


this would be mighty great wouldn't it ^^ Grin
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April 19, 2012, 12:59:18 AM
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Ashton Kutcher just invested into Dwolla. if someone like charlie sheen mentioned he buys his drugs from silk road it would have some effect  Cheesy




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April 19, 2012, 01:09:13 AM
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I don't think you guy's need to force it, bitcoin is already becoming the #1 digital currency if it isn't already.
Maybe I'm just a throwback to the slow assed dev of OpenBSD, but slow sustainable development has worked for them it will work for bitcoin too. LR, WMZ, all those currencies are getting harder to buy while bitcoin is expanding exponentially with cash based traders popping up all the time
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January 03, 2014, 06:29:27 AM
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This thread sure does bring back memories.

In the news today: Justin Bieber Greeting Cards Now Available

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Justin Bieber fans have been rewarded once again. True "Beliebers" can now pick up Justin Bieber greeting cards from Hallmark at Walmart stores nationwide.

The cards will also be available starting in May at Hallmark Gold Crown stores and other stores where Hallmark products are sold. The cards range in price from $2.57-$9.99, and range in size from 19-by-13-inch "Big Time" cards down to "Itty Bitty Greetings," which are perfect for slipping into lunchboxes, according to a news release.

Now, imagine if those same cards had bitcents in them, like gifts from "The Bieb".

~Bruno~


this would be mighty great wouldn't it ^^ Grin

Kenye West meets Justin Bieber.


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SHIT JUST GOT REAL! http://newsfeed.time.com/2014/01/02/kanye-west-now-has-his-own-cryptocurrency-and-its-called-coinye-west/
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