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willy-t wrote:- A British taxi driver who showed up at BBC headquarters in London to pick up a fare was mistaken for a computer expert, and bustled into a studio and given a microphone to be interviewed.
I challenge anybody not to laugh when you see the look on his face when he see's whats happening.
Old_Style wrote:tuff_gong wrote:A canny Canadian internet user showed the potential of online trading systems by gradually bartering a paperclip into a three-bedroomed house. The clip was first exchanged for a wooden pen, which was traded for a ceramic doorknob, and the process continued right up to the house.
I remember reading about this, it's freakin' awesome. Does anyone know the website where you can read all the stuff he traded?
Man Trades Items From Paper Clip to House
- A woman's handbag containing jewellery and cash worth some 110,000 US dollars was returned intact to its owner in Melbourne, Australia, after she absent-mindedly left it hanging on a shopping trolley. The extremely honest finder wished to remain anonymous.
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