Saturday, October 6, 2007

Space Money, Another Market Cornered.

Oh and guess what. The worthless pretend tokens just happen to resemble an eye. So now we can play an intergalactic game of lets pretend this is actually worth something with eye shaped balls of goop.


"The Quasi Universal Intergalactic Denomination - or Quid for short - is the world's first currency that can be used in space.
Foreign exchange firm Travelex teamed up with the National Space Centre and the University Of Leicester to develop the cosmic cash.
They produced a set of circular discs carrying pictures of the eight planets in the solar system".

"Quids are specially designed to withstand the stresses of space travel.
They are made from the same substance that provides the Teflon coating for non-stick pans.
The discs come in different colours and sizes to represent different denominations, which range in value from Q1 to Q10.
Quids will be available according to demand, Travelex said. The current exchange rate is Q1 to £6.25. "

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1 comment:

Mother said...

I am guessing that you don't want to bother adding my comments to your old posts, but I wanted to let you know that I am glad I read this post and saw this whatever-it-is - more predictive programming?

Also, so revealing to read how they deliberately omitted the most significant Saturn information on the tv show.