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November 18, 2011, 03:53:06 AM
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I'm selling a couple things as I get back into using Bitcoins. Prices include shipping

TI-83 Graphing calculator (THE calculator to have) - Works, a vertical row of pixels is dead, but it still calculates and will get through whatever math life throws at you. The lid is also missing three of the four rubber feet. But what matters is it works - 18.5 BTC
 

Black Ear Muff Bands (like this, except all black) - Brand New with Tags - I have 11 of these - 2 BTC each. I'll cut the price if you want the whole lot.
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November 19, 2011, 07:09:21 PM
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Make me an offer. You're telling me nobody needs a TI83 or some cheap cold weather accessories? These are real world necessities that would be awesome to tell your friends "I got this with Bitcoins. "
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