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You're twisting my words. My

You're twisting my words. My whole point is that we can live without electricity. Your point seems to be that with a power outage people are helpless and your bitcoins won't buy anything because nobody will be producing anything without power. I've seen power go out plenty, and up until a few years ago, they could even take credit cards without electricity. Some places likely still even use credit card imprinting machines to take unswipeable cards. People haven't demanded these electronic means of payment, they just simply don't reject them when things are slowly mutated towards dystopia. Those of us who hoard real money (metal coins) will be prepared in a disaster and the shelves at the stores will be full because most everyone will only have their funny money and plastic.

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