Let's assume that each card weighs a quarter of an ounce (they're actually lighter) just for simplicity.
That means there would be 64 cards in a pound. A ton (2000 pounds) of cards would then be equivalent to 128,000 cards. That would cost you $12,800 at $.10 per card.
But that was just me being a smartass. Happy that you spent money on 10 cent cards.
Maybe he did spend 13 grand. He hasn't told us yet.
Let's assume that each card weighs a quarter of an ounce (they're actually lighter) just for simplicity.
That means there would be 64 cards in a pound. A ton (2000 pounds) of cards would then be equivalent to 128,000 cards. That would cost you $12,800 at $.10 per card.
But that was just me being a smartass. Happy that you spent money on 10 cent cards.
Wow so you were able to move the decimal over one. Good job.
Let's assume that each card weighs a quarter of an ounce (they're actually lighter) just for simplicity.
That means there would be 64 cards in a pound. A ton (2000 pounds) of cards would then be equivalent to 128,000 cards. That would cost you $12,800 at $.10 per card.
But that was just me being a smartass. Happy that you spent money on 10 cent cards.
I did. Income tax dude.
Let's assume that each card weighs a quarter of an ounce (they're actually lighter) just for simplicity.
That means there would be 64 cards in a pound. A ton (2000 pounds) of cards would then be equivalent to 128,000 cards. That would cost you $12,800 at $.10 per card.
But that was just me being a smartass. Happy that you spent money on 10 cent cards.
Wow so you were able to move the decimal over one. Good job.