Capitalism: It works, bitches

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Re: Capitalism: It works, bitches

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Re: Capitalism: It works, bitches

Post by lunchstealer » Today, 00:32

Maybe, bitches?

Wunderground just served up an ad for the Rotimatic. A breadmaker/Easybake oven for making roti right in your own home. Just USD 999 for one or two units.
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Re: Capitalism: It works, bitches

Post by Eric the .5b » Today, 03:47

lunchstealer wrote:
Today, 00:32
Maybe, bitches?

Wunderground just served up an ad for the Rotimatic. A breadmaker/Easybake oven for making roti right in your own home. Just USD 999 for one or two units.
I'm seeing reviews suggesting it's overpriced. I've never made roti, though.
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Re: Capitalism: It works, bitches

Post by Warren » Today, 14:34

Eric the .5b wrote:
Today, 03:47
lunchstealer wrote:
Today, 00:32
Maybe, bitches?

Wunderground just served up an ad for the Rotimatic. A breadmaker/Easybake oven for making roti right in your own home. Just USD 999 for one or two units.
I'm seeing reviews suggesting it's overpriced. I've never made roti, though.
As far as I can recall, I've never even eaten roti. It's definitely overpriced insofar as given a choice between a thousand bucks and going to my grave having never experienced the unique joy of roti, I'd be happier with the g.
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