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Wednesday July 31, 2013

Pirate Bay Fails To Raise Money For Party

I know this is going to come as a shock to most people but relying on freeloading pirates for the money to throw a party is a remarkably bad idea. Whodathunkit? roll eyes (sarcastic)

During the second week of July the Swedish Pirates began a crowd-funding drive for people to contribute towards tickets, but a week later just 30 people had chipped in around 38,730 Swedish kronor, less than 10% of the 450,000 kronor ($69,293) goal. Realizing that the 450K goal was too ambitious, the organizers reduced it dramatically. At the time of writing it sits at 200,000 kronor ($30,798) but even that amount is proving problematic.

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