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Lord Calvin Rafferty Lecter on the Scene
Oh, hello there, dear visitor. Lord Calvin Rafferty Lecter, XXI here. Around here I'm known as the Great Cal Lecter. Bit of a joke, you see. Glad to make your acquaintance.
I certainly hope you're having a fine day. Please, do share a story. Just now I have one of my own. It just so happens that a few hours ago, I found myself poking around that Telegram district of the Interwebs, searching for something I could take back to the nest. That is when I stumbled upon a seemingly new site: an auction house for Bitcoin-related collectors.
The site appears to be in proper, functioning condition. Perhaps the Bitcoiners will compete with Ebay, but with Bitcoin payments? Hopefully they don't get caught up making one of those poopycoins just to have native monetary status. I collected a few of those poopycoins at first, but nearly all of them vanished rather quickly after I added them to my nest.
Perhaps I could use some of their white paper to spruce up the upper floor of my Uptown nest. Perhaps you, or a friend who appreciates the history of Bitcoin might purchase this for me? If I'm lucky enough, I'll find one near the dumpster west of Perkins Avenue—you know the one, I'm sure. But I hear that these cards are rare, and will never be printed again, so I may simply have to place a bid to acquire such a historical trinket.
That's all for now, though it would be ever so lovely if you were to subscribe to this newsletter. I do enjoy talking about collectibles, and sharing information about the hunt. It's all about what we can do for one another. And despite all of your many strange behaviors, I've always found humans to be smart enough to recognize a good exchange—not to mention the benefits of cross-species relationships.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by, old bean. I hope we'll be seeing more of one another.