Meet the Lucky People Who Suddenly Owe Google $1500

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We already know the first, lucky six who have the honor of paying Google $1,500 in exchange for Glass and the adventures and general ridicule that will follow. But now, @projectglass is in the process of announcing the rest of the lucky winners by replying individually to each of their past #ifihadglass tweets. Here's a sampling of the trailblazers in all their glory. There will be 8,000 in total.

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One child is going to be raised by the tender glow of a tiny transparent square #whenhisparentgetsglass.

One woman is going to get a restraining order #becauseshehasglass

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One woman is going to be forbidden from completing the Hajj, where cameras are a big no-no, #becauseshehasglass

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One man on Mt. Everest is going to come to terms with some very harsh realities about battery life #whenhehasglass.

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One man's paranoia is going to be fueled beyond his (or, say, Nixon's) wildest dreams #whenhehasglass

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One woman is going to get sued by the television show Girls for copyright infringement #whenshehasglass.

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One man is going to shatter any potential that countless young men and women may have had at a successful career #whenhehasglass.

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Someone is going to get killed because Google thought it was probably a good idea to #givethiswomanglass.

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The internet will finally be relieved of its tragic and longstanding cat drought #whenthisguyhasglass.

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Google will have a lawsuit on its hands after injudiciously remaining silent on the "waterproof" issue #whentheygavethiswomanglass.

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One woman will more likely end up owing around $6,000, once you factor in the vet bill for glass and metal extraction #whenherdogeatsglass.

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And one woman probably isn't going to respond to Google's DM. For she does not want Glass.

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Uh... this one, either.

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i'm sure its already been pointed out but i'm going to do it again. its sad that Google didn't use their own social networking product to promote/award the Glass beta testers. amiright?