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Trading sodoku for heroin

2018-08-18 20:44:35.505213+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Twitter user yolo contendere @Theophite describes bitcoin:

imagine if keeping your car idling 24/7 produced solved Sudokus you could trade for heroin

And the "oh snap" response: Carlos Parada @CParadaTech

Wow! that would be as crazy as buying a car for $45k every 5 years and keeping it unused/parked 95% of the time, there is no way anybody would fall for that

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#Comment Re: Trading sodoku for heroin made: 2018-08-20 17:44:01.543986+00 by: Mars Saxman

I've found it works much better to buy a car for $5k every 5 years and keep it unused/parked 95% of the time. I can't imagine spending $45k on a single car; that's probably still more than I've spent on all the cars and motorcycles I've ever owned.

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