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2241  Other / Off-topic / Re: FOR SALE : One slightly used wife... on: January 14, 2014, 01:30:43 AM
AUCTION EXTENDED !!! now you have another chance to WIN this amazing DEAL

now allowing test drives.

slightly used means all orifices....

2242  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Post image of the first car you ever had sex in. (or replica) on: January 14, 2014, 01:22:24 AM
Bump! For the new Newbies.
2243  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 'bitcoin is a ponzi scheme and wont last without china'-south china morning post on: January 13, 2014, 05:17:39 PM
their Pandas are super cool tho . just saying.

Panda 256

Life could be a dream, SHA-boom, SHA-boom!
2244  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Project Bitcoin UPDATE: What crazy thing or experience can u sell me for .15btc? on: January 13, 2014, 04:59:32 PM
Quote that I can buy it for .15 making you or someone else happy, and then find someone else in the bitcoin community who values it at even more so that the value of the transactions can keep growing.

I believe I can help. How about a hand-tooled leather Bitcoin-themed wallet or some other ware?

Of course, there is no way to get this into your hands within 24 hours, but I have an idea nonetheless--via a pre-order (read order/credit). The item valued upwards to ~$300 (maybe more) would be sold by you, whereupon the buyer commissions by brother-in-law, Martin Basurto, to produce the yet-to-be-determined hand-tooled leather ware.

No need to worry about the end user not getting exactly what they desire via me, given

If the Bitcoiner is a biker, so much more the better, for Martin's been features in over a dozen magazines, including

Upon reading the article, you learn that only the seat on the far right was tooled by Martin, but he's capable of matching or exceeding the quality of any other hand-tooled leather worker in the world.

In essence, I'm offer $300 USD credit toward the purchase of any hand-tooled leather ware desired that Martin Basurto can produce.

You would only have to sell the credit for whatever, giving me the proceeds, whereupon I'll convert the BTC to fiat and give to Martin. I can even go slightly better with this offer. I'll double whatever you sell the 0.15 BTC for, thus if you get $200 USD, a $400 USD credit is made available, up to $500 USD for a $1,000 USD credit.

~Bruno Kucinskas

PS: Will work out any particulars to make this as much as an attractive offer as possible to help in your venerable endeavor.
2245  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Alpha Technologies photos on: January 13, 2014, 04:11:44 PM
You're looking at the wrong building Smiley
It's the next block down the road

I blame this mistake on Google. Apologies.

Ignore previous rant.

Let's all be friends Smiley.

2246  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Alpha Technologies photos on: January 13, 2014, 03:57:46 PM
You're looking at the wrong building Smiley
It's the next block down the road

I blame this mistake on Google. Apologies.
2247  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Alpha Technologies photos on: January 13, 2014, 03:50:57 PM
Unless you want to believe the owner of the building opted for the antique look, of which is all the rage.

2 years ago:


2248  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Alpha Technologies photos on: January 13, 2014, 03:43:39 PM
I declare.......


The photo in the OP are highly out-dated, assuming they're not shopped. Any fuckin' idiot can do a Google Street Map search of 66 dickenson road, Manchester, and see that that entire corner building has been recently updated.
2249  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Alpha Technologies photos on: January 13, 2014, 03:22:15 PM
Thanks for the photos. The interior doesn't exaxtly instill any confidence for me to put down anything in their company. I would expect some office people or something that resembled an office instead of a construction zone.

Would you prefer multi addresses scattered around the Bay area sans photos? Such an animal exist.
2250  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: HashFast announces specs for new ASIC: 400GH/s on: January 13, 2014, 02:53:22 PM
2 days until the 15th.

Yep, only two more days for Skropenis to get the verbiage correct, stating in no uncertain terms the following...

We, at HashFast Trick LLC, have encountered bad news pertaining to the ASIC chips. It seems that an inferior silicon was used (the FAB believes it was the breast implant type), thus making the chips for our Golden Goose useless. The FAB has offered to respin (damn, how we hate respinning things) at their expense, but we opted to cancel the order because, as we in the Bitcoin realm don't need to be reminded, timing is everything when it comes to bitcoin mining.

That said, we will be offering full refunds via USD only, for that's what the form of our money formerly residing in our bank, but is now in this here cashier's check in my hand. During the course of the past weekend, we have diligently been hunting down another bank that'll take it on deposit being that's the funds stemmed from the sales of Bitcon related products. I'm just as floored as you all are, but don't fret this minor issue, for we have a credit union in mind.

Once deposited, we will then contact all those that have ordered via one of our Twitter accounts as to how to proceed to get your refund refunded. The refund request process will be open for only 90 days from the day of the announcement, whereupon refunds will then be awarded on a FCFS basis. Please make sure that the refund request form is completed correctly, for we will not waiver from the FCFS rule in place. Any errors WILL hold up the rest of the line, and I'm sure that you wouldn't want to be the one to take the heat from your fellow Monumental AssholeTM that'll cause the delay.

To guarantee that there's enough monies available, we are shutting down our website to save the hosting fee cost, hence using Twitter. Please keep an eye out, for at this speaking we're not sure which account will be used, but you'll know it's us because we'll use the hashtag #Hash Fast (two words) in our 140 character announcement.

Although the rumor on the street is that we have been mining with your miners causing the hash rate thingy to rise, rest assure it's not us. We know who it is, but due to an NDA we can't disclose.


Team HaWeFeast:

Simon Hanna-Barbara
Long Dong Johnson
John Skropenis
Eduardo Estaban Julia Ricardo Montoya la Rosa de Castro
Amy Likewood

Full Disclosure: I penned the above while taking a shit, sans my first cup of coffee.
2251  Other / Off-topic / Re: This article is hilarious now.... on: January 13, 2014, 05:55:31 AM
You think that's funny? We went from this...

Bitcoin's chief proselytizer, Bruce Wagner, at one of the few New York City restaurants that accept the currency.

To this...

Hot Babes at CES 2014
2252  Other / Off-topic / Re: Anybody know where John K went? on: January 13, 2014, 05:48:44 AM
wait!!!!! First I need to know who is John K

A long-standing forum member and trusted escrower who seems to be holding at lot of other peoples money. But apparently he's checked in now.

I figured it out! He was testing the waters to see how long he could stay gone before anybody notices, coupled with what concerns are raised during said holiday from the forum. Well-played, John!

2253  Other / Off-topic / Re: What we've learnt today. on: January 13, 2014, 05:42:47 AM
Only losers spell loser with two o's.

Thanks, english is not my first language.

My apologies, then. I see WAY too many native speakers letting loose of their losing Smiley That extra "o" totally changes the meaning. Pet peeve of mine, but I shouldn't unload on somebody who's mother tongue is different.

You forgot a period.  Grin Then again, maybe didn't forget--just misplaced. Check the lost-and-found.
2254  Other / Off-topic / Re: I wish I could rent a time machine. on: January 13, 2014, 05:26:18 AM
No, you are misinterpreting my words.  You can only exist in the present moment though you can manifest anything in that moment.  Thoughts, dreams, or even reality can shift completely to a moment in the past.

We live in an infinite universe with infinite dimensions.  Everything that has ever happened and everything that will happen is all happening right now, everywhere.  It's up to you to tune your mind to experience these other dimensions.

Please go on... I love this...
I've been digging in this matter deeply for 6 months some while ago... had to let it go a couple of months ago... I spent too much time on it... but now you make me feel like taking it back up.  Smiley
If anyone wants a way to conceptualize this, imagine your mind as an antenna.  It receives different frequencies of energy that formulate your reality, such as light waves and sound waves.  You are capable of altering the frequency you tune your reality to, thus capable of sensing information from alternate dimensions that you would not normally be aware of.  If your mind is opened to all frequencies of the universe at once, you'll experience a state of white energy/light, as people have recalled during near death experiences.  Just as the color white is created by the presence of all colors.  This state of awareness may also be experiences consciously through meditation and is referred to egodeath.

The more you believe you can control your mind, the better you will be able to channel through different dimensions.  At the rate humans are exponentially evolving, there will come a day when physical time travel will become beyond the realm of imagination and into the realm of possibility.

"Energy is everything. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics."
Albert Einstein

I'm not sure what Dank's currently taking, but I want some for sure. Anybody else notice the elegantly written post?
2255  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I beg to defer, but they weren't the first! on: January 13, 2014, 04:11:49 AM

Thanks. I was dying to do it (OCD and whatnot) but I figured the rep difference would make me a shithead.

Gulp! Nice catch, bud. Goin' to fix it now. Thanks kindly.

Searchin' this forum, I see I've spelt incorrectly a myriad of times, correcting only the last occurrence.

There are no professionals getting paid to write stuff.

I beg to defer.

MOVED: Are the mods getting paid from this forum?
June 14, 2013, 12:58:43 AM
This topic has been moved to Meta.

Then again, 7 words may not be considered stuff, albeit the professional aspect is still under review.

Full disclosure: I like BadBear. I like him to go... Grin

I have no problem with others correctly my grammatical errors. One day, I hope to win this...

2256  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] UnicornHasher 50Thash for 10B Pre-orders live soon! on: January 13, 2014, 12:47:16 AM
UnicornHasher is a scam.

I've been in contact with suppliers in Narnia and they say they haven't had a single order for baby or adult unicorns from the OP.

They've also reported the OP is too old to get through the door at the back of the wardrobe, so unlikely he'll ever be able to collect.

And this is the sad part....

I've also heard OP placed a massive order for My Little Ponies recently and... it's hard to say.... glue, paint, glitter and small cardboard cones. I think it's obvious what he was planning to do  Cry

I mean, we all know that a My Little Pony has no where near the hashing power of a baby unicorn.

This is a really terrible scam.

Your best bet is to put your bitcoin on Uranus- the newest 5TH/s (+-100%) ASIC Bitcoin Miner **In Stock!**

Avenger Industries - we'll sell Uranus to anyone!

News FLasH: UnicornHasher and Uranus are own by the same person according to my expert Google-fuing. I highly recommend pre-ordering from both of them to hedge your bet.
2257  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [WTS] Live Unicorn 1HP bitcoin miner on: January 13, 2014, 12:43:23 AM
ok i can be the first ?

FUck you, man! Just by asking, the queue for batch 2 started, with batch 1 sold out. At least batch 3 customers get a discount. I'm looking forward to reading the terms of the UPP.
2258  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / I beg to differ, but they weren't the first! on: January 13, 2014, 12:30:23 AM

Philadelphia Brewing Company recently announced they’d become the first brewery in the U.S. to accept Bitcoin.

Atlas Brewing Company may not have been the first, but...

2259  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Captain Kirk getting into bitcoin! on: January 12, 2014, 11:58:11 PM
Another celebrity is becoming bitcoin-aware. Adam Carolla had a caller in to his show that paid him with bitcoin as mentioned in this thread:

Having the celebrities getting involved only creates more awareness which, in turn, gets more people to invest. This all drives the price up. After all, they're not making any more bitcoin.

I agree, but I have no idea who Adam Corolla is. It's nice to see celebrities with hundreds of thousands if not millions of followsers tweeting about Bitcoin though. It's massive publicity.

Did you know of

Nope. I'm from not American.

Ergo, the country you reside in doesn't have Google.
2260  Other / Off-topic / Re: Announcing "Uranus" 5TH/s (+-100%) ASIC Bitcoin Miner **In Stock!** on: January 12, 2014, 11:43:19 PM
Time for some photoshopping: Uranus: God of Bitcoin!

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