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Who will benefit from it and how to treat this anomaly?

Please objective answers only!

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closed as off-topic by Shog9 Apr 4 at 19:11

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Objectivly spoken, young unicorns are ponies too. We should clearly stop this ageism.

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Nope. Young unicorns are called "filly". I prescrive a dose of My Little Ponies: Friendship is Magic to avoid further misunderstandings :P –  SPArchaeologist Apr 1 at 11:08
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A unicorn is a weaponized pony. A unicorn who is not old enough to carry a weapon should be reported to the police.... or flagged for moderator attention. –  S.L. Barth Apr 1 at 11:09
    
@S.L.Barth +10 if I could (weaponized pony LOL) –  DaImTo Apr 1 at 11:10
    
@SPArchaeologist I'm very sorry and will do as you recommended. –  Angelo Neuschitzer Apr 1 at 11:11
    
No. Ponies are fully grown horses below a certain height threshold. Baby horses are foals. Got it? (I'm sorry, it's one of my pet peeves.) –  michaelb958 Apr 1 at 11:11
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@michaelb958 I know. Unsually I would naturally side with you, but not today ;) Also, HERETIC! –  Angelo Neuschitzer Apr 1 at 11:12
    
@DaImTo Thank you, but I cannot claim credit for that highly scientific observation. See The Many Memes of Meta. –  S.L. Barth Apr 1 at 11:13

Actually good chance the mastermind behind this is no other than Pëkka who came up with the idea of Unicorn Dollars:

The way from bills to coins is short so I'll take a guess this was the seed of Unicoins. :D

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