Sure, your iPhone already comes with a perfectly good calculator, but it's clearly biased in favor of those new-fangled "Arabic numerals." Why not do your calculating with a good old-fashioned abacus instead? Because this abacus is digital you can even add extra rows or change the color of the beads on the fly.
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