One of the better articles I have read in a large outfit.
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Were you wearing a large outfit when you read it?
If I had a couch pillow, and you were within range, it would be coming your way.
Classic lil. I love it.
improv, dude, improv!!
I have seriously looked at this 10 times and have laughed at least as many times. Its more than improv, it's lil being great.
The article is interesting too. I did read it.I don't mean to be self-promoting, but this is the story that makes me laugh every time I see it. You might have missed it:
I don't mean to be self-promoting, but this is the story that makes me laugh every time I see it. You might have missed it:
That article was very unusual coming from The Economist, an MSM pitch-the-matrix rag.The possibilities using the blockchain are mind-blowing.
The possibilities using the blockchain are mind-blowing.