} A large roll of 28 AWG insulated copper wire, a 1.0 farad capacitor,
} a coat hanger straightener, a cardboard cutout of Taylor Swift,
} a team of nuclear engineers from MIT, your first born child,
} a bowl of clam chowder (no tomatoes), a mating pair of monarch
} butterflies, a team of nuclear engineers from Stanford, a kale
} salad (with tomatoes), two, no, make it three 9 volt batteries,
} a copy of Donald Trump's 1983 federal income tax return, a
} team of referees for the MIT/Stanford game (in striped shirts),
} some old pickles, a map of Moab, Utah, a scientific paper published
} in a scientific journal (any subject, you choose), a tornado siren,
} an unauthorized autobiography of Madonna, the minutes from a
} non-profit 501(c)(3) board meeting, a vaccine for the zika virus,
} a way to tell right from wrong, a note from your mother, a
} photograph of the entire cast of The Wizard of Oz (except the
} munchkins), an appropriate grovel, a left-handed golf course,
} the graduating class of Scottsdale High School (except Suzie
} McCrossen who has mononucleosis), a parking permit for a
} Pittsburg Pirates baseball game, a plethora of perseverance, an
} another large roll of 28 AWG insulated copper wire.
} You owe the Oracle ... wait a minute ... you'll need plans for a cavity
} magnetron. That guy on Craig's list took your money, but you'll never
} get anything from him.
} You owe the Oracle a 1967 Amana Radarange.