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Is this right?

In reply to: lunErtics?

The going rate for a 500-square-metre plot of lunar land amounts to $70 (Canadian), roughly the price of a tank of gas.

Dpes the average tank of gas cost $70 in Canada?

Mr. Dennis Hope has made a nice piece of change for himself.

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Could be depending on what part of Canada..

In reply to: Is this right?

$70 Canadian is $59.6980 US divided by $2.87 US per gal say in Quebec = 20.80 gallons - a normal tank in some vehicles

http://www.quebecgasprices.com/retail_price_chart.aspx
Click on US $/G then 'create chart' to get US price.

Yeah, the guy is making a bundle with his tactics, which should be considered a 'con', and an amendment in law be in order.

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Thanks, John.

In reply to: Could be depending on what part of Canada..

I should have thought of the exchange rate.

There was an offer several years ago to buy one square inch of Irish land, complete with a deed. But that was legitimate, and the money raised was used for reforesting the land.

I can see buying the moon land for fun and for the novelty of it, and to dream about how peaceful it could be. But certainly not as an "investment" with nobody to back it up.

years ago some guy took out one of those little ads in a magazine classified section. "Send $1 to (addrss)". And people did. There was no crime as he didn't offer anything in return.

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