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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Scammer: dank on: December 20, 2012, 11:29:42 PM
It is my word, I think that counts for something.  What outrageous claims have I made before that were proven to be false?

But to satisfy your ego, sure, I'll wear the scammer tag if I'm not a famous musician by the end of the year.

You guys probably know enough about this whole clusterfuck, I'll skip the long-winded arguments and simply rest my case with this:

Small bump in the road, I crashed my car and my phone, along with the contacts, was stolen.

Quote from: fgervais
Good luck.

You're going to need it.


Note: IMG tags broken voluntarily.

Using a variant of this:

Gave out this:

Thursday 20 December 2012 7:05pm
Page: /newdirectory/smiley.gif
Useragent: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9B206 Safari/7534.48.3

Thursday 20 December 2012 7:14pm
Page: /newdirectory/smiley.gif
Useragent: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_1_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9B206 Safari/7534.48.3

Proof that either dank lied through his teeth and never lost the phone, or is currently pushing back his loan obligation to Squall to buy an iPhone.

The rest of the bullshit and obvious delirious content is just cream on the turn sundae, and at this point the community should really ask themselves if they want to keep such a member around, at least with the ability to request money.
2  Other / Off-topic / Hey dank... on: December 18, 2012, 12:44:20 AM
How's the concert going?
3  Other / Off-topic / December 21st, according to dank on: December 04, 2012, 01:31:32 AM
Tired of trying to keep track of our favourite idiot? Here's the compiled list of shit that's going down on December 21st, according to dank.

Anything can be done at the end of the year when we reach a point of singularity, where doubt is gone from earth.

No more war
Love is going to tell everyone to stop attacking.  It will make everyone stop attacking, one way or another. 

Individuality will cease
Man will be one connected consciousness.  We will all believe the same things.

You won't need anything anymore
So I will need a car, bike, a phone, and other material objects until the end of the year, when I won't need them because anything will be possible.

He will be a famous musician
By the end of this year, 2012, I believe I will be a highly known guitarist/musician.

And he will setup a concert larger than Woodstock
I would like to organize a music festival, larger than woodstock, by the end of the year, and believe it is possible, with the conscious, united effort of humanity.
(Ed's note: I can't find the original reference, but he stated it would be double the size of Woodstock, hence the million man concert figure)

More gazing into future events?
When you have a vision of the future, you don't read a description of what will happen.

Time will still not exist
time doesn't exist afterall

Several known artists are stated to appear
Working on musical connects, Kid Cudi, Mac Miller and a couple other people so far should perform.

Money will cease to exist
Money isn't going to exist in 3 weeks, enjoy it.

Global Toxx clause anyone?

I'm god, I will live forever because I found my soul and I believe I will, my ego is already dead.

All you must do is believe.
4  Other / Beginners & Help / The day after ASIC hits, what to do with the hardware? on: July 28, 2012, 01:51:56 PM

Not sure where to post the question, so here it goes. So after ASIC hits full force and GPU mining becomes obsolete, apart from selling your hardware what can you do with it?

I run a decent sized cluster for school purposes at home and I will not be pulling it down after the paradigm shift. Last year I plugged in a bunch of GPUs in the racks to monetize the downtime on the cluster and mining has provided me a nice source of pocket money to run and build it.

I'll be renting some boxes to host VMs for school mates next semester, but a) I doubt I'll be running at capacity, and b) I'd rather keep prices low to allow any of my colleagues access to tools to help them out. I'm looking into various possibilities to rent out processing capacity as well, but contract work of the sorts is a bit too random and sparse to dent my costs.

So, is there something out there that allows for a passive source of revenue in exchange of my boxes?

If relevant, most of them run on a i5 2500k, lots of RAM, SSDs and piles of 5xxx GPUs on board.

Thanks in advance!
5  Other / Beginners & Help / Buying used/refurbished GPUs: Is my questionnaire complete? on: July 28, 2012, 01:39:53 PM

Both for mining and other uses I occasionally purchase used GPUs, especially if the card will be in a high-stress, low survival environment.

When ascertaining if the cards I'm looking at are worth the price/at all, I whip out this little questionnaire:
1- How old is the card?
2- Was it pulled from a system running 24/7?
3- What type of use was made of the card?
3.1- Any super stressful use like mining?
4- If known, what was the average temperature?
5- Was it left stock or modified?

Since a lot of you guys must have been doing this for longer than me, along with a test on one of my own systems, am I leaving something out?
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