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281  Economy / Gambling / Re: ★ SATOSHIPONZI.COM ★ 120% Automated Ponzi. 5min payout. 1% fee on: February 16, 2014, 04:03:42 AM
I like your tracking system and how it shows which deposits paid which investors. Got paid myself Smiley
282  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [TRUSTED] ★★ Nisaai 120% Return Ponzi ★★ Instant Payout - 100% Automated ★★★★★★★ on: February 16, 2014, 01:46:29 AM
Anyone get paid recently from this or has it been stuck for a long time?
283  Economy / Goods / Re: Car for Bitcoin trade on: February 16, 2014, 01:28:02 AM
Why is a BMW only $1400??
Is it super high miles?
Can you post some pictures please.

Old bimmers aren't very expensive. Especially ones with high miles. Rule applies to any car really, even if it's a luxury brand.

Take this one for example:
284  Economy / Gambling / Re: Has anyone tried on: February 15, 2014, 01:43:26 PM
Took my chances on the 2x and 1.5x multiplier and it did indeed pay.

edit: seems like I only got paid on the 1.5x multiplier and lost the 2x multiplier deposit. I've been playing more for a while now and every single payment afterwards I end up losing. It seems like the owner sends one payment to reel you in then injects fake players and winners. I played a total of 6 games over two days and on both days the only deposits paid were the other "players". Lesson learned, owell.
285  Economy / Gambling / Has anyone tried on: February 15, 2014, 05:31:23 AM
Anyone been getting payouts from this site? The site seems to be decently old according to a whois lookup. But has anyone had experience with getting paid here?
286  Economy / Goods / Re: FLAPPY BIRD - GET INVOLVED on: February 13, 2014, 11:51:33 AM
You're in the wrong neighborhood for selling this. No competent bitcointalk user would buy this for 10 btc. You can just grab the apk or ipa from the hundreds of sites that are hosting it and install it that way.

The people that fall for buying something like this are the eBayers who don't know any better. Someone basically artificially inflated the price of the game by putting those iphones up and having fake shill bidders bid $20,000. That's how they get people to buy these for $1,000 - $9,000 thinking they can turn a profit when there's not even a demand for it.
287  Economy / Gambling / Re: WATCH OUT.Don't invest in the BTC True!!!! on: February 13, 2014, 11:27:15 AM
You gambled on a ponzi and now complain that you lost money? Really?
288  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: 75 BITCOIN LOAN REQUEST. REPAY 150 BITCOINS, LARGE COLLATERAL. on: February 09, 2014, 07:49:11 AM
That's about $50,000. What collateral are you offering worth that amount?
289  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: has just launched! on: February 09, 2014, 05:17:17 AM
I want my 2.5 ltc back, wtf man ?

Did you even read the rules of the game before sending your ltc?
290  Other / Off-topic / Re: Tried this online dating BS..... I just ended up getting burned on: February 08, 2014, 12:05:47 PM
I used to go on a ton of online dating sites back in high school. Plenty of Fish was one of the more memorable ones. Nothing really came of it and I grew out of it when I hit college.
291  Other / Off-topic / Re: Movie Recommendation Station on: February 04, 2014, 06:06:02 AM
O Brother Where Art Thou

It's basically a modern--errr pre-modern take on Homer's Odyssey. Flew under the radar on a lot of people's watch lists just because it was never on the big screen. I make it a mission to introduce it to all my friends. Most of them like it. Everyone should give it a try if you're a fan of Clooney or Homer's works. Lots of ingenious ways they allude to the Odyssey here.
292  Other / Off-topic / Re: Do you believe in Aliens? on: February 04, 2014, 06:00:48 AM
Of all the hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe, it really is a bold arrogant statement to say that nothing is out there except us. Interstellar aliens making contact with us wouldn't end well for us in my opinion. Think about us for moment. What do people do when they encounter a more primitive civilization than themselves on Earth? Yes, they pillage and massacre and profit. Just look at the modern day example--Africa.

Stephen Hawking holds onto this belief as well. According to him, another sentient life-form is likely to exist given the unimaginably vast amount of stars in the observable universe. Out of all those stars, wouldn't you think an event like that on Earth would have occurred? His very words: "“We only have to look at ourselves to see how intelligent life might develop into something we wouldn’t want to meet."

Think about how inherently evil humans are. Now apply that to another species that has the technology to rectally pilfer our whole species.
293  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Bitcoin Flag Going to Space. YES Space the final frontier on: February 04, 2014, 05:28:04 AM
Great news. Now I will be able to view the btc flag in space when I'm on my Space Flight with Virgin Atlantic *Dreams*. Seriously this is pretty cool, if anything this is going to stir around some free publicity for bitcoin. If only I had the capital to create a buzz event for bitcoin as cool as this--you'd be seeing bitcoin blimps all across the states.
294  Economy / Services / Re: Paying 0.025 btc, create me an account with feedback on on: February 03, 2014, 04:35:51 AM
Request fulfilled. Topic can be closed or deleted.
295  Economy / Services / Re: Paying 0.025 btc, create me an account with feedback on on: February 03, 2014, 01:11:44 AM
I can do this. I have ebay account with 15 feedbacks is that ok?

how do u know he wont use that account to scam people and put u in trouble ?

I believe Bonanza erases any eBay account information after they acquire the feedback counts. But I'm new to it so I could be wrong. If any advanced Bonanza users can chime in on how to make this transaction safer for the person doing the account creation, by all means I'm listening.
296  Economy / Services / [Closed] Paying 0.025 btc, create me an account with feedback on Bonanza on: February 03, 2014, 12:52:41 AM is basically like eBay. When you sign up for an account, you can import your feedback ratings from eBay. I need someone to create an account with my specifications and add their feedback from eBay to it. Bonanza doesn't care about the specifics of your eBay feedback, it's only looking for a feedback count, you could have sold 10 paperclips for all it cares, it will still import a feedback rating of 10 (100%).

By having you create the Bonanza account for me, I won't be touching your eBay account. I believe Bonanza deletes all history of it once it gets done with the import process. Looking for a user with at least 10 feedback as a SELLER to do this for me. I'll pay more btc depending on your seller feedback count.

edit: Request fulfilled. Topic can be closed or deleted.
297  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Solves a Huge Problem for the Global Economy on: January 29, 2014, 08:04:54 AM
It's great to push for bitcoin adoption and all but saying bitcoin will solve global economic crises is a huge stretch. Bitcoin in its current state is unwieldy. Think about how many fees you pay on exchanges to aquire bitcoins or move them to fiat to spend locally. Of course in the present, the bitcoin economy hasn't grown to the point where someone wouldn't need to convert to fiat in order to use his/her money.

Think about how difficult it is to explain bitcoin to an average person in the U.S. who has access to internet and other 1st world amenities. Now think how hard it would be to explain bitcoin to someone in Africa who has no knowledge or concept of what the internet even is.
298  Other / Off-topic / Re: What Song are you Listening To? on: January 29, 2014, 07:53:42 AM
Rudimental - Waiting All Night

Been really liking this band a lot. They have some great songs. Good for workouts too to get pumped up.
299  Other / Off-topic / What was the dumbest thing you did for love? on: January 29, 2014, 07:48:10 AM
While daydreaming on the job, I was thinking about why I had gone to such great lengths to impress girls in college. One of my more memorable accounts was when I was a freshman. I had this girl in my intro to bio class, her name was Stacy. Stacy had a giant rack and a really nice bottom. The kind that makes you do a double take if she were to bike past you. I was really into Stacy but we weren't really going anywhere with me being stuck in the friend zone. I had her facebook, so I began cyber stalking her profile. Everywhere she went, every picture she took--I had a vicarious memory of. I'd imagine I was there with her and feel happy for a moment in time.

So anyway, while I was creeping her to the max I jogged down what she liked to do, her favorite bands, restaurants, etc. I thought that the more things we had in common the better the chances of me popping the "date" question. Needless to say she felt kinda uncomfortable that I was mentioning all her favorite things all the time and we eventually stopped talking altogether. Freshman desperation, don't do it.
300  Other / Off-topic / Re: Gambled away my tuition bitcoins on: January 29, 2014, 07:33:46 AM
I really think converting all your fiat into Bitcoin was a bad idea for you. You say you never gambled before this which indicates that you had hesitations about gambling your dollars away. But the thing is when all those those thousands were converted into bitcoins, numerically they looked much less innocent; 6 btc as opposed to $4,800 dollars. There is a psychological phenomenon behind this. You don't really think of bitcoins as money anymore and it's much easier to gamble with btc than it is with USD online.

Those are the really dangerous factors that can snag people into a gambling addiction if they aren't careful. The kind of people who would never consider even betting $20 are fine when that $20 is only 0.024 btc. I'm guilty of this myself and have lost a bit of coin just because bitcoin was so easy to gamble with.
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