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Subject: OT a Christmas gift for Fry Date: 12/6/2012 1:06 AM
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In the episode of Futurama "Three Hundred Big Boys", everyone gets a check from the government for $300. As the charactors proceed to pee away the windfall, Fry decides to spend his on cups of coffee, with predictable results.

http://vimeo.com/35719154

Now, Starbuck's can make it reality

Starbucks' new $450 gift card

The new $450 Starbucks gift card, called the Metal Card, is good for only $400 worth of Starbucks goods because the card itself costs $50 to make. Consider it the Taj Mahal of gift cards, except it's stainless steel.


http://money.msn.com/how-to-budget/article.aspx?post=6548663...

Steve
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