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[The Future of Money: Act] Erin Hazuki and her adventures with Paypal!

Or, non-adventures as it should be.

A while back I was on the Internet when I saw Fusionfall, the cartoon network RPG. You could only acess all of the game by paying five bucks a month. So naturally, I said to my self "Yo, I've got to get in on that action, yo!" and knowing the pitfalls of credit cards, I decided to sign up for Paypal. So I went to the website, signed up, and then... what's this? They need some sort of account number? So I went and got that, after…

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Posted on April 1, 2010 at 6:30pm

[The Future of Money: Learn] Electronic Money: The Future

I started out writing my article about international money. After thinking about this more in detail, I realised that this would actually be horrible for the international economy. So I got back in my metaphorical thinking chair, and came up with this little brain nugget. :P

ELECTRONIC MONEY

I know what you're thinking. Electronic Money? Is she crazy?…

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Posted on April 1, 2010 at 1:30pm — 4 Comments

[Food Security: Imagine] A corny story (Bad puns ftw)

"Ah... let's see what's on the menu tonight..."
I crack open my fridge and examine the contents
"...Corn sounds good I guess."
I take out a stalk of corn and start to peel it. Luckily, there isn't as much work to be done with the pulling off of the hairs and such because of recent genetic modification to make it more nutrious, more resistant to disease, easier to eat, and more delicious. That's great because corn can be grown in many…
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Posted on March 31, 2010 at 1:11am

[Food Security: Learn] The local homeless

I'm just going to keep this short. One problem rochester has is homeless people, and if you are homeless, you often go hungry. But here in town, we have places and organizations that give out food to those who can't afford it. In my opinion, this is a great solution. Perhaps we should be doing this sort of thing on a global scale. I don't know if I would call this security, as it depends on the generosity of it's contributors, but it at least helps them until they can get back on their feet.

Posted on March 31, 2010 at 12:30am

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At 12:19am on April 3, 2010, Calida DeBello said…
Hi Erin – what happens to great ideas is covered here (the info about Evokations, scholarships etc.) The other great thing that happens is that people are sharing what they know, kind of like a collaborative school.
At 8:19pm on April 2, 2010, Reema said…
Hey! A fellow Minnesotan and Anime lover :3 Nice to meet ya!
At 7:52pm on April 1, 2010, Iron Helix said…
Thanks for the friend add.
At 7:00pm on April 1, 2010, Calida DeBello said…
Hi Erin – I'm Alchemy's assistant. So I have plenty of missions to do, just not the same ones as everyone else! - Calida
At 2:02pm on April 1, 2010, Ezra Ho said…
There is a common expression that "Money makes the world go round". However unfortunate, we have to realise the sick reality in order to face it.
At 5:14am on March 31, 2010, Boudewijn said…
thx checking it now
At 1:31am on March 31, 2010, Amber Sofia said…
nah i just have a lotta friends =] and i like meeting new people
not everyone though ^^
At 9:33pm on March 30, 2010, Boudewijn said…
Not sure about the anti gravety propulsion...
 
 
 

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