Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Obviously this is an entirely theoretical scenario, as this could never actually happen.

But let's say somebody, and I'm not going to name names, <looks at [redacted]> goes into hyperdrive in the keyboard department...

I was thinking 1c or whatever per word, with a discount for style, making it in the form of a haiku or something like that.

All moneys to go to the Old Bytes Association for retired zeros and ones.

not_morrison_rm, Dec 27 2014


       //1c or whatever per word// We'd pay a dollar to see that.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 27 2014

       So you'd have to have a credit card on file to be a member, and your posts would be voted as trolling or non-trolling.   

       When you reached a certain point in the scoring, your card would be billed.   

       Well, at least it's not in other:general. I think the category is appropriate given current events.   

       I've been trying to figure out what this must look like to the outside world. Or to our gracious host.
normzone, Dec 27 2014

       [+] haw. Swear jar. Sign me up. Only technical problem would be multiple-account holders.   

       sp. "monies".
FlyingToaster, Dec 27 2014

       // Only technical problem would be multiple-account holders. //   

       No. Members register with their credit card with their name on it. That and the writing style are more than enough for identification.
Toto Anders, Dec 28 2014

       Wow, when did you become such a discursive regulationist?
ytk, Dec 28 2014

       //1c or whatever per word// We'd pay a dollar to see that   

       That's 14c please.
not_morrison_rm, Dec 28 2014


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