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1  Other / Off-topic / Slapping Tournament on: May 04, 2021, 07:55:44 AM
I was watching my favorite streamer MoistCr1tikal doing a side commentary on a Slapping Tournament, and what caught my eye was that it was sponsored by Totalbet, which means that it is a viable betting although I find it easy to bet if you have prior knowledge about who slaps the hardest. Are there any betting site that has this for betting?
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Manga Betting on: May 03, 2021, 11:53:56 AM
I was reading Kengan Omega and Records of Ragnarok and I think that it can be used for potential betting because the story is ongoing and it is a fight which means that we can put our bets on who wins or whether the round is a draw. RoR has a predetermined roster though so you can only bet on who wins the match and no in-between since it is a fight to the death. Does anyone think that it can be a good idea to bet on the fights that only the writers know who will win?

Edit: I didn't mean a large scale betting it is more of an informal, like how you do a bet with your friends and nothing more than that.
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / High Frequency Trading on: March 11, 2021, 05:00:00 AM
I am not that active on this discussion but sometimes I do lurk. And I think that this post is going to be relevant to the future of trading in general. I was watching a Youtube video about High Frequency Trading and I think that it will be the future of trading because the program can do trading faster than any human being. There is more in depth in the video but I will try my best to summarize HFT, consider that the stock price is around 10 USD and you ordered at that price but the prices dropped to 9 USD and HFT swoops in and buys at that price and then when your order arrives at 10 USD they are going to sell it to you with the profit of 1 USD. I am using stock as an example because the documentary that I watched was mostly focused on that. My question is, will HFT be feasible in the cryptocurrency market? Will it face any problem?

Link to the documentary: The Wild World of High Frequency Stock Trading (Documentary)
4  Other / Off-topic / Merit Rascals, Newbies, and Merit Sources Come on: February 02, 2021, 05:54:34 AM
I have some spare sMerit that I want to share, just reply down this thread for those who want merits, I will prioritize newbies to make it all fair, don't be disheartened that you haven't received a merit, hopefully MS(Merit Sources) will check your post too to see if they see something that I do not see. I started a similar thread in my local board but it didn't gain traction there because there isn't a lot of users active in that board so I am giving this sMerits in these board. I am not here for the merit, I just want to give to the users and if you plan on meriting my post, please refrain from doing so, instead give it to the users who will apply.

Follow these format:
Post History:;u=967596;sa=showPosts
Candidate Post: Link of what you think is your best post, it can help that it was previously merited.

*Candidate post are there so I don't have to waste so much time finding a deserving post from you.
*Candidate post has a limit of 3 so there are some choices.
*Just follow the format, putting something other than that lowers your chances, better if you let your posts talk.
5  Local / Others (Pilipinas) / Newbies, Merit Rascals, Merit Sources Come To this Thread on: January 12, 2021, 04:35:52 AM
Hindi ko alam kung pwede ba itong post ko na to pero susubukan ko nalang din. Gusto ko sana gawing merit thread itong gagawin kong post para meron tayong one stop shop ng mga gustong mag ka merit at gustong mag bigay ng merit. Simple lang naman yung gagawin mo kung gusto mo mag apply para sa merit. Send mo lang yung Post History mo at Candidate Post mo. By candidate post, I mean is yung post mo na tingin mo ay deserved ng merit, para hindi magulo maximum of 3 lang ang pwedeng candidate, kapag nakapagpost na yung mga nag apply for merit, doon na papasok yung mga MS(Merit Source), sila yung magchecheck nung mga candidate post niyo and if wala silang makitang quality pwede ka nilang hanapan sa iyong post history. Ito lang ang naisip kung gawin para mas masagana yung merit circulation sa local board natin. Also if naka receive ka at the least try to give back some day. Sa mga hindi naman papasa, maaaring mag reply ang mga MS kung bakit di ka nila bibigyan, either your post quality is bad or mediocre at best, take the criticisms.

Format ng post for merit application.
Post History:;u=967596;sa=showPosts
Post Candidate: Link ng mga quality posts niyo.

PS. Hindi palaging may sMerit ang mga members so don't be disheartened na di kayo nabigyan.
6  Economy / Service Discussion / A giveaway website that pays streamers and audience on: January 06, 2021, 03:46:30 AM
Has anyone here have heard of, it is mainly used by streamers to interact with their audience via giving away codes that will give you cryptocurrency, which as the title says also gives a cryptocurrency to the streamer as well. I was watching a Dead by Daylight Streamer named Paulie Esther and there is a time interval for a new code that can be used to redeem. I haven't personally used or participated in one because there is only a limited number of users that can use the code. You can check the website if you feel like it.

Link to their website:
7  Economy / Service Discussion / Browser Extension that Gives Bitcoin on: December 24, 2020, 02:40:22 AM
Has anyone heard of this web browser extension, they seem to be a legitimate one although they are still not available worldwide (US only). I was watching a Youtuber when the time to talk for the sponsorship came and I was surprised because this is the first time that I have heard of it. It works like Honey Browser Extension although this one does not find coupons to save money, but it instead gives you bitcoin or cash. If you can try it out let me know.
8  Economy / Gambling discussion / Poker Probability Texas Hold 'Em on: December 07, 2020, 10:10:00 AM
I already made a table for 5 hand poker, and here I am, back at it again with the most famous type of poker game, Texas Hold 'Em or 7 hand poker. There isn't much intro so I will just show you the table. I will also add the same additional notes since they are essentially the same.
Hand____________Frequency__Probability__Cumulative__Odds against
Royal Flush4,3240.0032%0.0032% 30,939 : 1
Straight Flush37,260.0279%0.0311%3,589.6 : 1
Four of a Kind224,8480.168%0.199%594 : 1
Full House3,473,1842.60%2.80%35.7 : 1
Flush4,047,6443.03%5.82%32.1 : 1
Straight6,180,0204.62%10.4%20.6 : 1
Three of a Kind 6,461,6204.83%15.3%19.7 : 1
Two Pair31,433,40023.5%38.8%3.26 : 1
One Pair58,627,80043.8%82.6%1.28 : 1
No Pair/ High Card23,294,46017.4%100%4.74 : 1

I will point it out right now, the Frequency of Two Pair and One Pair is higher than Zilch, compared to 5 hand poker the which increases as the value of the hand decreases. This must be the reason why Texas Hold 'Em Poker is the tournament choice for poker.

Additional Notes
Cumulative probability refers to the probability of drawing a hand as good as or better than the specified one. For example, the probability of drawing three of a kind is approximately 2.11%, while the probability of drawing a hand at least as good as three of a kind is about 2.87%. The cumulative probability is determined by adding one hand's probability with the probabilities of all hands above it.
Odds are defined as the ratio of the number of ways not to draw the hand, to the number of ways to draw it. In statistics, this is called odds against. For instance, with a royal flush, there are 4 ways to draw one, and 2,598,956 ways to draw something else, so the odds against drawing a royal flush are 2,598,956 : 4, or 649,739 : 1. The formula for establishing the odds can also be stated as (1/p) - 1 : 1, where p is the aforementioned probability.
Straight Flush is different from Royal Flush which is comprised of 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace while the former is comprised of the other card numbers.
Flush is different from Straight Flush and Royal Flush where Straight Flush and Royal Flush has a condition that there is a order of cards of the same suit whereas Flush just needs to have the same suit.
Straight is different from Straight Flush and Royal Flush where both has the condition of Same suit and order for both hands, Straight on the other hand just needs to be in order even if not the same suit.

Note: Thank you @alegotardo

Link to the topic for comparison:
9  Economy / Gambling discussion / A game called Ending on: December 05, 2020, 01:45:39 PM
Has anyone here have heard of the game "Ending"? It is a well known game in my country, usually basketball is involved in the game. The basics of the game is you will bet on the last number of the scoreboard, for example, Team A and Team B played and Team A won, the scoreboard is 109-108 which means that someone who bets on 9-8 will win. That is the gist of the game, I am not familiar that much because I am not a fan of basketball. There is a bookie that will list the bettors, most bookies go around the neighborhood to find bettors and some of them are patrons. It dawned to me for awhile and I was curious if there is a crypto counterpart of this game.
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Poker Probability on: November 18, 2020, 04:02:47 AM
Poker by far is my favorite when it comes to gambling, it is a good mixture of skill with the ability to bluff other players to the point that you can win a zilch even though he got a better hand, and luck by the probability of getting the better hand than your opponents. In this post, I will focus on the probability of getting a higher hand. The table below only presents 5-card hand poker game. If you are curious as to what is the math behind poker, hopefully this post will satisfy you.

Distinc Hands
Cumulative Probability
Odds Against
|Royal Flush|1|4|0.000154%|0.000154%|649,738:1|
|Straight Flush|9|36|0.00139%|0.0015%|72,192 1/3:1|
|Four of a Kind|156|624|0.0240%|0.0256%|4,156:1|
|Full House|156|3,744|0.1441%|0.17%|693.17:1|
|Three of a Kind|858|54,912|2.1128%|2.87%|46.33:1|
|Two Pair|858|123,552|4.7539%|7.62%|20:1|
|One Pair|2,860|1,098,240|42.2569%|49.9%|1.366:1|
|No Pair/High Card|1,277|1,302,540|50.1177%|100%|0.995:1|

Additional Notes
Cumulative probability refers to the probability of drawing a hand as good as or better than the specified one. For example, the probability of drawing three of a kind is approximately 2.11%, while the probability of drawing a hand at least as good as three of a kind is about 2.87%. The cumulative probability is determined by adding one hand's probability with the probabilities of all hands above it.
Odds are defined as the ratio of the number of ways not to draw the hand, to the number of ways to draw it. In statistics, this is called odds against. For instance, with a royal flush, there are 4 ways to draw one, and 2,598,956 ways to draw something else, so the odds against drawing a royal flush are 2,598,956 : 4, or 649,739 : 1. The formula for establishing the odds can also be stated as (1/p) - 1 : 1, where p is the aforementioned probability.
Straight Flush is different from Royal Flush which is comprised of 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace while the former is comprised of the other card numbers.
Flush is different from Straight Flush and Royal Flush where Straight Flush and Royal Flush has a condition that there is a order of cards of the same suit whereas Flush just needs to have the same suit.
Straight is different from Straight Flush and Royal Flush where both has the condition of Same suit and order for both hands, Straight on the other hand just needs to be in order even if not the same suit.

11  Economy / Gambling discussion / TOP 10 LUCKIEST LOTTERY WINNERS PART 2 on: November 18, 2020, 03:30:58 AM
This is part 2 of the post about the luckiest people who won the lottery, I am sorry that it took some time because my computer broke down and I can’t do a proper post in my relic device. As promised this is the second part of that post, this will be shorter though.

Stefan Mandel
Wins: 14
Amount: $27,000,000

Stefan bought every possible combination in the Virginia Lottery, not just any ticket though, there is a method on how he chooses which ticket will give him the jackpot. By far, in the previous this is the other one that does not relied on luck as he was reading math papers to do a system on how to choose which one is the better one.

Armand Paganelli
Wins: 16
Amount: $625,000

Armand bought most of the tickets in the pharmacy that his brothers own which made many skeptic about the wins, it was legal though so he was scot-free in the eyes of the law. He is a local legend in his hometown of Bronx, New York. The winnings were used for charity and his children’s college.

Deborah Brown
Wins: 30
Amount: $150,000

Deborah is the epitome of superstition, this lady saw the combination of numbers throughout the day and decided that she will buy tickets with those combinations. At first it was 20 tickets then the numbers keep festering her and she bought another 10, those tickets won her the highest amount for each netting her the mentioned amount. All this win happened in just a day and by far she is the luckiest in the list.


Part 1:
12  Economy / Gambling discussion / TOP 10 LUCKIEST LOTTERY WINNERS on: November 11, 2020, 06:57:30 AM
I posted awhile ago about Lottery Winners who blew it all, some of the stories ended in tragedies but some are just unfortunate events. Now I will be listing some of the luckiest people who won the lottery, not just once or twice (some of them won twice but that is up for debate). We may never learn something from them but atleast we will be in awe how their stories unfold.
  • Bill Morgan
    Wins: 2
    Amount: AU$250,000 and a car

    This is by far the only one I know before making these list. Bill survived a heart-attack, he tried his luck by buying a lottery ticket and won a car. Bill was then invited to a TV show to re-enact the moment that he won the car and you guessed it, he won again. This time the 250k Australian Dollars. This is my definition of luck and I do not know what is for you but nothing can change my mind. Imagine reviving and the first thing you do is buy a lottery ticket because you are feeling lucky.
  • Robert Hamilton
    Wins: 2
    Amount: $2,000,000

    Robert won the amount in the span of three months, the first win was just a whim to buy a ticket and he unexpectedly won the million dollar jackpot, the other winning ticket was won at another local store. Robert was smart about his winnings, he paid all of his debts and bought a house and motorcycle. The odds of winning was 1 in 2.1 million and he is the one in that 1 in 2.1 million.
  • Mary Riedel
    Wins: 2
    Amount: $150,000

    Mary’s first win was put into altruistic endeavors through helping her daughter buy a house. Four months after the first win, she won a few dollars but instead of taking the money, she picked another ticket and she won the 100k. She used it to fund her retirement which is a smart move. I envy the daughter in this story because her mother was generous enough to help her get a house.
  • Kenneth J. Stokes
    Wins: 2
    Amount: $546,000

    Kenneth won the same jackpot twice. His family had gifted him a ticket to the Massachusetts State Lottery, he had forgotten about the ticket though and in the process bought the same ticket with the combination as the gifted ticket. The money was well allocated in these one too, college tuition for his son, car payments for his daughter and a family vacation for celebration. This story could have gone sideways if he forgot the ticket in a way that he left it somewhere in public, he was lucky that that did not happen after all.
  • Racy Pel
    Wins: 2
    Amount: $50,032,304

    Racy’s first win was a big money and his second one does not even hold a candle to it. He was smart about it though, he did not cash in the winnings right away and spent some of it in a car. There isn’t much that I can find about but he seems to have an Instagram, although this handle seems to be a shill for something.
  • Mark Maltz
    Wins: 3
    Amount: $325,184

    Mark was just stopping by in the gas station to fill up the truck he was driving. He bought one scratch ticket and won a measly $10, this followed the ultimate luck streak I have heard about in my life so far. He pushed his luck and won another $15 and he purchased 2 more tickets. One of them contains the jackpot. He had some shock after winning but his mind was on the right by considering investing the money. If there is a lucky bar somewhere within everyone, this guy just used all of it to get a luck streak.
  • Calvin and Zatera Spencer
    Wins: 3
    Amount: $2,150,000

    This couple just merged their luck and won in a span of months. They first won 1 million on the Powerball then a 50k Virginia Lottery and the next day 1 million in a scratch off ticket. They were not finished yet as they have claimed that they will still be playing their lottery, speaking of pushing their luck. In 2017, they won 100k in Virginia Lottery. That much luck streak as a couple, they could have made a fortune playing high stakes poker game in Vegas.
  • Joan R. Ginther
    Wins: 4
    Amount: $20,000,000

    She was considered to be the luckiest woman on Earth except she does not relied on luck, all of her wins are in the state of Texas. Some have calculated her chance of winning to 1 in septillion. That means that the odds stacked against her is so big that it might be virtually impossible for someone to replicate the win. This odds is no match for her though, it just so happens that she is a Math professor specializing in Statistics. This story made me think that luck is for the unskilled, we could still believe in luck but her story is one bad ass move to show the finger to Lady Luck.
  • Melvyn Wilson
    Wins: 4
    Amount: $2,025,000

    Melvyn’s first win was in 2004, a mere 25k on a scratch card. A year later, two wins in Virginia Lottery worth 1.5 million. Another win in 2013 came for the guy worth 500k. This man is a retired postal worker, couldn’t say that he wasted his money but hey, the wins.
  • Richard Lustig
    Wins: 7
    Amount: $1,000,000 and a holiday trip to Memphis

    Richards amount is not that big compared to the others in the list but he is different. He became a celebrity after his wins although there are skeptics about his wins. One Felix Salmon asked if the money he spent on lottery tickets yield him a profit. He wrote books although this was hailed with criticism as the tips seem to not help raise the odds which is understandable because the more people playing then that means the odds will increase.

This is the top 10 luckiest winners or should I say lucky people in general. I plan to do a part two of this post were the wins are spanning the two digit region. I tried to make the list as long as possible but I am tired and I will just stick to the top ten format so the readers will not be bored reading it.
13  Other / Off-topic / Space Debris: A Subtle Way to Doom Humanity on: November 04, 2020, 07:24:47 AM
Space debris by Wikipedia definition are defunct human-made objects in space—principally in Earth orbit—which no longer serve a useful function. This is not something that anyone should worry about but this problem could affect everyone around the world. A lot of projects are created to solve this problem specifically and hopefully we can solve this subtle problem with catastrophic effects. There are a lot of sectors that will be affected if this problem if we just let space debris accumulate in our orbit but for the sake of the board I am posting we are focusing on economic repercussions. Most of the repercussions listed are indirects effects.

  • Space debris move at orbital speed which means that a fleck of paint can destroy an entire satellite which in turn creates another space debris, this is known as Kessler Syndrome. This will cause for the increase of spending of a nation towards its space program or the other way, closing other space programs which will lead to unemployment and a halt to research in regards to cosmos.
  • With satellites being destroyed by space debris, communications will be damaged. As we all know in business, information is the key. With a lot of delayed calls or failure in connection establishment. I can’t imagine the money that will be lost but if this problem is not solved, this could set us back to radio and telephone tower era where the speed is a little slower than what businesses are used to.
  • Most advances in military technology pretty much uses the cosmos to their advantage, with a totally destroyed space due to space debris, this technology will be obsolete resulting into a waste of funds and resources.
  • The growth of space industry will be the most affected which was projected to grow to a trillion dollar industry, this could spell bad for investors and the country with their funds blown in the air because of space debris
  • If the nation chose to protect the satellites from space debris then this could set them back to because it is expensive

This list might not be an accurate effects of space debris in economy as they are my own words and most of it is formulated from what I have read and watched about the implications of space debris. Here are some of the articles that I have read about the topic. This problem is not that scary if you see that space agencies of different countries are proactively searching for a solution that is both effective and economical.

My inspiration to create this topic:
14  Economy / Gambling discussion / TOP 10 Lottery Winner Losers on: November 04, 2020, 06:43:42 AM
If you ever wonder at one time if you win the lottery or generally hit the big money, and planned what you would do with it after the fact. Then this is a list of what not to do, avoid and learn when you find that big pot at the end of the learn. This list is comprised of people that won big money but lost it in a mixture of deceit, tragedy and greed. Hopefully after scouring through the list, we can learn something.
  • 10. Amanda Clayton, 2011
    Winnings: $1 million
    ($1.03 million today)

    She was so frugal or cheapskate even because she still applied for food stamps which lead to her getting charged with fraud.
  • 9. Evelyn Adams, 1985 and 1986
    Winnings: $5.4 million
    ($11.6 million today)

    She won the lottery twice but she was reported to be living in a trailer. This is what happens when your no good relatives suck up to you when you won big money. Tip for future lottery winners, wear a mask so your distant and shitty relatives will not come flocking to you for money.
  • 8. Jay Sommers, 1988
    Winnings: $5.8 million
    ($11.4 million today)

    Cars is the least that you should think of when you hit the big money. This dude blew it on five cars, which means that he is owning five liabilities in his net worth.
  • 7. Sharon Tirabassi, 2004
    Winnings: $10 million, Canadian dollars
    ($11.75 million, Canadian today; $11.4 million U.S.)

    She did blew the fortune with luxuries but she was also practical in putting trust fund for her children.
  • 6. William “Bud” Post III, 1988
    Winnings: $16.2 million
    ($31 million today)

    Again another case of family members sucking up to your fortune. The problem came when he filed for bankruptcy; his brother attempted to kill him, landlady forced her to give her part of the wins, and an assault charge. He tried to pay the debts but it was a futile effort.
  • 5. Janite Lee, 1993
    Winnings: $18 million
    ($29 million today)

    Commendable expenditure of the fortune by donating. Others are just the same as others, luxurious house in a gated community and a political luncheon for Bill Clinton.
  • 4. Jeffrey Dampier, 1996
    Winnings: $20 million
    ($29.8 million today)

    Man got divorced after winning the lottery which means a lot of money for the ex-wife. His misery is like a movie when he moved to Tampa, Florida, an affair with his sister-in-law and ending up with him getting murdered by his mistress. The mistress was sentenced 3 life-terms.
  • 2 (tie). Abraham Shakespeare, 2006
    Winnings: $31 million
    ($36 million today)

    This one is a murder mystery novel type of tragedy, a woman was charged with first-degree murder after the fact that she agreed to manage the 1.8 million of the winnings. Man was found dead under a slab after missing for 4 years after giving the money to other people.
  • 2 (tie). Billy Bob Harrell Jr., 1997
    Winnings: $31 million
    ($45 million today)

    Another case of family and relatives you hate sucking up to your fortune. He was practical on what to spend his fortune on but again family loans started. I think when you get this kind of fortune, you also should get an iron balls to reject this leeching beggars.
  • 1. Andrew Jack Whittaker Jr., 2002
    Winnings: $314 million
    ($408 million today)

    This one takes the cake, “Christian” foundations receive 10% of the winning. He also started a foundation with 14 million. The clerk here is the luckiest winner in this whole story, all the clerk did was give the ticket to him and the clerk got a lot than she could imagine. The remaining money was spent on gambling, strippers, this man knows where to put his money haha. He was later sued for bounced checks and most of his money stolen through forged checks.

List source:
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Lottery is a poor man's tax on: October 27, 2020, 04:28:25 AM
Lottery is the most notorious of all the gambling institution. The promise of a good life is what makes this a lucrative attraction for the people below or hanging in the poverty line. Although the odds of winning is higher than becoming an astronaut, many still take the chance to get the coveted numbers. Unless you are a statistician/mathematician or you have the money to buy all the combinations, winning is close to impossible.

Do you think that the pros of playing lottery outweigh the cons or vice versa?

Is government owned lottery a scummy way to tax the poor people?

How far are you willing to gamble to win the coveted jackpot (If you are playing lottery)?

16  Other / Politics & Society / Shit Hits the Fan: Australia joins US, India and Japan in Naval Exercise on: October 22, 2020, 06:21:07 AM
The Malabar exercise incited WW3 fear as Australia joins the naval exercise which is a clear indicator that India is fighting back the aggression by China because in the past they never asked for Australia as a respect. This is wild for politics and I believe that if China continues their aggressive campaign to increase territory and influence then their relations with neighbors will turn more sour than ever. The politic side is pretty obvious and what I want to hear is your thoughts on this news economically.

For me, China has to answer to the sanctions that was issued to them and pay what is due. They also need to fix their relation with their neighbors especially South China Sea/West Philippine Sea. Export and import crossing South China Sea, Indian Ocean will surely suffer because tensions are high on this hotspots.

Link of the article:
17  Economy / Gambling discussion / Card Counting in Blackjack on: October 13, 2020, 04:20:57 AM
The basics of card counting is that you assign values from 1, 0, to -1 for each card and adding the value of revealed cards to know if you have the odds in your favor for the next game.

2 to 6 is equal to 1, 7 to 9 is equal to 0 and 10 to Ace is equal to -1.  The card counting technique is complex so I will leave a link.

Casinos have policies regarding this card counter schemes, blackjack having the lowest house edge needs to be supervised because card counters. It is not illegal or cheating but a casino has to earn and they will do anything in their power to prevent losses from card counters.

Here are some of the solutions that casinos employ.
  • Solution 1: When casinos detect that someone is card counting(i.e. 100 bet now then suddenly 1000 bet). They will make a rule where players can't change their bet for the next round.
  • Solution 2: They use 4 decks or 7 decks instead of the standard 6 deck shoe.
  • Solution 3: The casino can call the police for trespassing which is shitty, if the house rules indicates that no card counting and you are caught card counting. This is not a good solution because it might be someones lucky day.
  • Solution 4: They use automatic shuffler so you will have less confidence in your card counting skills

In my opinion, card counting is applicable to online and physical casinos. I think iit works better in online casinos because there is nothing the house can do. There are other solutions and the solutions above are applicable mostly in physical casinos.

How to count cards in blackjack link:
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Kaiji: Anime to learn about the stakes in Gambling on: October 07, 2020, 09:36:51 AM
I was perusing Youtube and the algorithm keeps on recommending clips of the anime Kaiji. I didn't check any but I got curious, so I searched it in Google. It was a pretty good story. I am more of a manga reader rather than a anime watcher. The story is pretty good and I think gambling discussion deserves to see this and atleast some of them check it out.

Please delete or alternatively move the post if it is not appropriate to this board.
19  Economy / Scam Accusations / [Suspect] Forsage Clone Script on: October 07, 2020, 02:46:30 AM
I found a topic where OP posted a clone script of Forsage. The post even boldly claims that it is an MLM (Multilevel Marketing). This might be worth checking out.

Reference Link:
Original Poster:;u=2862036
Additional Notes:
This is not an accusation to be fair with OP, I replied to his topic and there is no reply at the moment that I posted this. I didn't flag him as I am new to this and I might have flagged a false accusation.
20  Other / Off-topic / Re upload if you can to create awareness and protect the children on: September 27, 2020, 07:28:01 AM
Awhile ago, I was watching a Youtuber create a video where they are hunting and exposing pedophiles. The video got taken down because Youtube sees the video as harassment when the pedos got caught red handed and the Youtuber confirmed their identities. The video gives hope for victims to speak out about their experience and make kids safe. Mind you that the concept revolving in the video is like Chris Hansen's To Catch a Predator and Youtube does not bat an eye when it comes to bigwig corporations but they can takedown small creators.

If you can reupload the video I will provide you the link so you can upload it into your channell. Youtube protects pederast and this has gone on for so long. Imagine young children getting preyed upon by this predators if they are not stopped. I know that what I do isn't much, I hope that you care too guys.

I do not know if the post is okay but I hope this will not be deleted. Please reupload his videos to spread awareness.

Youtubers that I support when it comes to this is AnxietyWar, JustinPayne, Mamamax

Here is the link:
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