Monopoly on steroids?
I think he bought a bunch of that new “Amontillado” crypto-currency.
Superman’s dog is named Krypto. He isn’t real either.
Instead of a cask of Amontillado, 12 bottles…
They say don’t gamble more than you can afford to lose. It seems like some crybabies did anyway. Too bad.
“Well”, says one of the guys, “You’ve been wanting to meet the other investors, right? Just look around you!”
Love the news stories of those who have lost thousands through bad timing or scams and want to do where the police and other government entities are to save them.
If wishes were crypto then…
Conjugate crypto: Was a scam, is a scam, will be a scam.
They can invest all the money they didn’t earn in NFTs.
I’m okay. Put my dough in russian government bonds.
Never understood investing in any sort of “currency” that you could not take to the bank
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Oh, thought it was a cartoon on the Burmese executions of democracy activists, not about dopes throwing away their children’s inheritance.
The enormous energy resource demands by the super computers of the crypto miners are helping to cripple the Texas power grid – and also driving up the overall monthly and annual costs of electrical energy for all the people in that state.
Hey, but that’s ok. It’s just business and profits for the very tiny few at the expense of ALL.
I do love the image of the investor being sent quite literally down the tube.
When they tell you it is a “bare-bones operation,” be concerned, be very concerned…
We can use leaves for currency once we regulate the trees.
When crypto was new, I read a book that told me why I should buy. The more I read, the less I understood. No sale.
“It’s the itsy, bitsy, teeny weenie, yellow coins with little value”>>>>
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