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October 27, 2011, 01:58:58 AM
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I know we're talking crypto here, but throw us a bone. What's S.N.?

some supposedly japanese guy who invented up some awesome currency.

i'll try to find you a link.


S.O.B., all the links have been removed from the internet. Anybody happen to have a screenshot of anything related to S.N.?


still offtopic, but i submitted the dude's name to http://www.abbreviations.com/SN as a suggested entry.
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October 27, 2011, 03:34:59 AM
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I know we're talking crypto here, but throw us a bone. What's S.N.?

some supposedly japanese guy who invented up some awesome currency.

i'll try to find you a link.


S.O.B., all the links have been removed from the internet. Anybody happen to have a screenshot of anything related to S.N.?


still offtopic, but i submitted the dude's name to http://www.abbreviations.com/SN as a suggested entry.

What makes you so sure that she is a dude?

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