Buying A Pizza with Lingots
How many Lingots would you want in exchange for a pizza?
I run a YouTube channel ((Esperanto Variety Show)) and I've decided it would be a fun idea for publicity to try to buy a pizza with lingots. The details are yet to be worked out, but I've decided to go public with the idea here before posting my first video about it.
The story about the first real purchase with bitcoin was that it was for two pizzas. I just want one. (As a side note, the bitcoin spent on those two pizzas is now worth $100,000 - but I don't expect my lingots to inflate to that much.)
I'm looking for feedback, suggestions, and even clever comments. The idea is that buying a pizza with lingots will be fun for those involved and make for good YouTube. My general idea would be to contact a few local pizza places in the hopes of finding one willing to keep my address on file, then I would start looking for someone willing to order a pizza for me in exchange for some lingots.
Edit: It has been brought to my attention that actually succeeding in buying a pizza with lingots may be a violation of the terms of service. It is not my intention to violate TOS. Any discussion to such an end is for entertainment, educational, and enrichment purposes only. And man, I still do want that pizza.
P.S. When I say "enrich", I mean in the same way that knowing a second language enriches our lives.
Well, if the buyer calls a pizza place near salivanto then it shouldn't be an issue. I guess time zones could be a bit of an issue, but I don't think a pizza place would have a problem delivering something at a specific time even if it meant waiting a few hours. It might require a reminder call from salivanto, but I'm sure he'd be willing to do that ;-) Hopefully that call doesn't need to be a long-distance call :O ...US-Americans, looks like the bell tolls for thee... or Canada or Mexico if you have the right phone plan lol.
Hi! I'm not trying to be like Mills-David at all, but I have a couple questions, completely out of curiosity, I don't mean to disrespect AT ALL--
Wouldn't this be a little different since it's lingots and you can give them away? Would that also be conflicting with the EULA laws? (It's the EULA, right?)
Thanks for the heads up, Usagiboy7
Edit: Well, there's this:
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