Funny enough, Tor is how I first heard of Bitcoin. In December 2009, Bitcoin version 0.2.0 was released which included Tor proxy support. The announcement was crossposted to the Tor mailing list and I thought it sounded like an interesting project. Eventually, I got around to reading the white paper in 2010, after it was posted on Slashdot. I immediately solo CPU mined a few 50 BTC blocks on an HP netbook and later bought several thousand more BTC.
I don't believe in karma, but if I did, it would probably look something like this.
I love stories of people solo mining blocks. Do you realize how awesome that is? Leave the money aside, you mined a block (or multiple blocks) by yourself! This means you are part of history! Those blocks will most probably always be there on blockchain and every node will download them and store them. You helped strengthening the network and learned about an amazing technology. This is what I call an early adopter. Congratulations man. You should find those blocks and write down their nonces. Those are your lucky numbers