Esos son los originales. Ahora hago una respuesta: It's fair I think.
UPDATE2: Yay! :-) someone did it and we both got 50$ :-)
UPDATE: absolutely no one took advantage of this. I don't know why. Me and some friend of my daughter got 50 bucks each out of it, just for opening an account and depositing 100$ (which I then spent, of course). I think it's still going until (update 2) August 30th 2017, but I'm putting a readmore in to make this post smaller now.
So my daughter said a friend of hers could use the money and if I opened a bank account using her code I'd make each of us $25.
Sure. Whatever... Moving on...
But this one is actually 'A Thing'. Tangerine Bank is actually paying people to open bank accounts. And, by the time I realized that I needed to deposit $100 first, they'd changed the rules and I got $50 instead of the expected $25 (see image below).
It's the Bank of Nova Scotia's online plan to get rid of brick and mortar (and tellers and CSR's and...) expenses.They bought IDG and renamed it to Tangerine Bank, so you can use all their orange 'Tangerine' debit cards in any Bank of Nova Scotia bank machine for free.
Tangerine charges no fees for most things you want to do with banking online (for now...) and it will pay you to open an account. And it will pay for referrals. Yes, you are correct, this sounds just like multi-level marketing and ponzi schemes, but I'm still eating a salad made with feta and olive oil that I paid for with Tangerine's money as I type this.
Just find a friend and sign up with them. or use my Orange Key which is 46420773S1.
As it happens, I found myself in need of a Roman Catholic liturgical calendar. That calendar is 'fun' (for very low values of 'fun'), because it needs to be calculated from both the lunar and solar year.
The principle date for Catholics is Easter, which is defined as the Sunday following the full moon that follows the northern spring equinox (the paschal full moon). The differences between the Julian calendar and the modern Gregorian calendar make it really 'fun' historically. Check out the details here.
Luckily for us, RomCal.net exists and he's done all the hard work for us already. The C source is straight-forward and compiles easily. We just need to change one file: 'fixed.h'. :-)
O.K., so here is my Canadian Saints version for various years in ical (ics) format: romcal2017.ics
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Please do use this Tangerine Key: 46420773S1
Then I get some money when you open an account too! :-)
Catholic Calendar of Canadian Saints (ics)
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