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1  Economy / Gambling / Best poker website with webclient? on: June 05, 2016, 03:13:20 PM
What do you guys think are the best poker websites? I see the new Sealswithclubs only has a desktop client but I want to play in my browser. Most of the others I looked at don't seem as trustworthy or active as sealswithclubs was back in the day. Any suggestions?
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / ITT we vote who is gonna get thrown out of The Bitcoin FederationTM next on: February 24, 2014, 03:27:14 PM
Go vote. You can win like bragging rights or something.
3  Other / Meta / petition to rename bitcointalk dogecointalk on: December 20, 2013, 08:48:34 PM
wow

such name

so better
4  Other / Off-topic / So I'm back from vacation on: December 05, 2013, 02:02:31 PM
What did I miss?
5  Bitcoin / Hardware / The "What Black Arrow does not want you to know" thread on: October 17, 2013, 07:13:52 PM
Re: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=294197.0

I'll just leave this here:

Quote from: Bitcoin Forum
A reply of yours, quoted below, was deleted by the starter of a self-moderated topic. There are no rules of self-moderation, so this deletion cannot be appealed. Do not continue posting in this topic if the topic-starter has requested that you leave.

You can create a new topic if you are unsatisfied with this one. If the topic-starter is scamming, post about it in Scam Accusations.

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Oh God, how did this get here? I am not good with computers.

"Black Arrow Bitcoin Mining ASIC Prospero X1"


CompuLab Fit-PC2

Enjoy.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Preliminary scam warning re: simple-dice and coinvault.pw on: October 14, 2013, 11:31:39 AM
Note: a scam has not happened yet. This thread instead serves as a preliminary warning.

User simple-dice runs a webwallet coinvault.pw https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307992.0 of course touted as "the most secure btc web-wallet".

The same user is asking for a 2.3 BTC loan https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310359.0

In the loan request as collateral he offers access to the web-wallet server to the lending party

Loan request quoted in it's entirety below to preserve evidence (quoted on 14 Oct 2013 at 13:24 CEST)

Purchased 2.5 BTC via Coinbase two (2) days ago.

I'm impatient and willing to pay 0.2 BTC to get the BTC instantly via a lend and will payback 2.5 BTC when it arrives on the 17th.

I will provide proof that I purchased via Coinbase on Skype screenshare or Teamviewer and will provide almost any collateral requested.

I run a new bitcoin web-wallet and can provide access to the server as collateral until the lend is paid off.

Thanks.

Entrusting the server and the contained customer and wallet data to a third party is of course a security and trust violation of the highest order.

All customers of coinvault.pw and other other projects of simple-dice are adviced to pull out any funds now for their own security.

Currently known simple-dice projects:
- http://simple-dice.com
- inputs.io PHP Warpper
- coinvault.pw
- several gambling sites were provided scripts by simple-dice, names are not known at this time, please list below if you know. Buyers are adviced to check and/or remove scripts from their sites.
7  Other / Meta / How do I selectively remove individual lower level trustees from the trust list? on: September 30, 2013, 07:32:19 PM
Here's the rub.

If I trust a trustee a problem can arise where the trustee in turn trusts another trustee whose trust list is .... bad.

Case in point, all my trustees for some reason decided to trust theymos, whose trust list is... not exactly a glowing demonstration of great character judgement.

Now this means that for me theymos' feedback appears as trusted and it is added into the trust calculation which of course due to reasons mentioned above is not what I should want as a datapoint.

The question now is how to remove the flawed input from the trust list? Is there a function to specifically exclude problematic lower level trustees or is the only way by removing sub level trust entirely and manually re-adding sub-level trustees to the first tier?
8  Other / Off-topic / [Demographics Polling] Kluge 2013-2014 on: July 30, 2013, 07:56:34 AM
Keep in mind, results are for BTCTalk.org, not Bitcoiners at large. Please do not misconstrue.

9  Economy / Economics / Now that BTC is illegal in Thailand, which country will ban BTC next? on: July 29, 2013, 09:59:09 AM
Also, will this slow down or fasten the abolishment of all government?

Will Thais take to the street and remove the statists in a crypto-anarcho-revolution?

What does this mean for the pricing of send-order-waifus and underage sex slaves?
10  Economy / Scam Accusations / haveagr8day fails to deliver payment on: June 24, 2013, 11:26:52 AM
Context: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241876.0

I have delivered the requested item and have not been paid yet.

It has been almost 10 minutes and he is trying to weasel out of payment.

Make with the scammer tag pls.
11  Other / Meta / Making self-moderated threads more sensible on: June 12, 2013, 12:05:40 PM
At the moment thread self-moderation is mostly used to silence critics and present the OP in a better light than deserved, thus facilitating scams and/or self-aggrandizement.

This is an effort to gather ideas on how to make censorial efforts done by the OP more obvious to the participants of the thread.

- Programmatically insert a running count of removed posts in an obvious place of the thread, for instance the thread title or the self-moderation information banner at top of each thread page.

- Replace deleted post by a short system message that a post used to be at that place within the thread. I know this is possible with vbulletin even going so far as to offer a field that shows a reason for post deletion. So there might be a SMF plugin or option already allowing this.

Anyone else have some ideas?
12  Other / Off-topic / Personal attack against charleshoskinson (split from Response to CIA FOIA request) on: June 08, 2013, 12:02:44 AM

Here is some useful advice:
Should You Disclose Your Security Clearance?
http://govwin.com/lindleyashline_blog/should-you-disclose-your-security/99543

Here is some useful advice. Whenever you  see charleshoskinson write anything at all, and I mean ANYTHING, it's going to be about Charles Hoskinson. Unfortunately his persona is unable to function unless it acts as a self-advertising spambot so you're going to see a lot of information about how charleshoskinson is Charles Hoskinson. The subject matter is irrelevant, it is all about how internet recognition adds 3 inches to your thirdleggitry.
13  Other / Off-topic / It's my birthday. You may now congratulate this satirenode.. on: May 23, 2013, 12:31:35 AM
... by sending an appropriate gift to the adress below or posting pics of mpoe-pr's legs. Both will be accepted. Get to it.
14  Other / Off-topic / I've noticed something interesting on: May 17, 2013, 08:39:59 AM
Risto "Supernode" Pietilš




Anders "Supernord" Breivik




How can this be? Are there even more? Is it a secret experiment? What does the government not tell us?
15  Other / Off-topic / A message to whomever is just now trying to break into my blockchain wallet on: April 02, 2013, 09:08:00 AM
Please stop. I'm getting annoyed at my phone dancing everytime you try. There's only like 25 bitcents in there anyway.
16  Other / Off-topic / This is the thread where I scam you and you like it on: March 14, 2013, 12:19:10 PM
Only positive comments about this scam are allowed in this thread.

Any comments on how this scam did not scam you enough or otherwise underperformed will be dealt with harshly according to the principles of Inabaism.

Note: Scam will be delivered in 4-6 weeks when our ships are ready.
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: can some mods fix this asap on: February 27, 2013, 06:36:57 PM
Don't know why that thread is closed, but no matter...

Quote from: PikaBoo
i know but its just that people posting wrong stuff about wrong people is bad man
so i start a biz and some guy just googles my email and get wtf this guy is a scammer

Don't start businesses under your gmail adresss. Problem solved.

Business with a gmail adress is shady as fuck anyway.
18  Other / Off-topic / Worried about your block size? on: February 21, 2013, 08:55:17 PM
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QUESTION: I am 21 years old. My block size when flaccid is about 1.5 inches and goes up to 5 inches when erect. My ex-girlfriend left me because she said that my block size is small when cold. I am really worried and I think that I would never be able to satisfy a women.

Thank you for your question. I am sorry that your girlfriend told you that she left you for the size of your block. Whether or not that is really why she left you is impossible to say, as partners sometimes say mean or untrue things to one another when they are breaking up.

Occasionally, the reason that a person gives for breaking up is not the true reason for the break-up. Women and men can feel afraid or uncertain how to say that the relationship just isnít working for them anymore, that they are not in love, or that they have met someone else.

Block Size - Nothing To Do With Sexual Ability

Your block size when flaccid would have absolutely nothing to do with your sexual abilities or your ability to be in a relationship with a woman, but given your experience with your ex-girlfriend, I can understand your anxiety about being left again.

If you would like the support or guidance of a counselor as you work through those feelings or concerns, you can find a sex counselor or therapist by going to aasect.org.

Many men are concerned about the length or circumference of their block, either when flaccid (soft) or erect (hard). It does not help matters that television, movies and magazines tend to joke about block size as do many of our friends.

Average Block Size

Men vary tremendously when it comes to the size of their block. On average, men tend to have an erect block length of about 5 to 6 inches. That said, erect blocks can range in length from less than an inch to 12, 14 or more inches.

As for starting lengths when flaccid, that also varies considerably. Even if you take the average erect length of 5 to 6 inches long, when flaccid that man may be an inch long or he may be four inches long.

Men who find that their block grows a good deal when erect sometimes call their blocks growers. On the flip side, men whose blocks grow only a little bit no matter how long or how short they start out at may refer to their blocks as showers in the sense that what you see (i.e., what is shown) is pretty much what you get.

Fortunately, it seems that block size has only a bit to do with sexual satisfaction for most people and itís not always what you might guess. Although some men worry that they are too small, other men complain that they feel too large and that being quite long or quite thick can make it difficult to find a partner willing to have sex or who can have sex comfortably with them.
19  Bitcoin / Hardware / bASIC's supposed renders are stolen from another site on: December 12, 2012, 09:08:48 PM
Look at these renders posted by cablepair on https://www.btcfpga.com/forum/index.php?topic=355.0 on 10 December 2012






Now look at these render posted and uploaded to Bitcoinmalaysia in September 2012
http://bitcoinmalaysia.com/2012/09/23/v4-bitcoin-server/
20  Other / Meta / CAN WE STOP THIS BULLSHIT? on: December 08, 2012, 03:09:01 AM
No, really, can we stop this bullshit?
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