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1  Economy / Computer hardware / . on: December 06, 2012, 11:23:25 PM
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2  Economy / Computer hardware / . on: November 08, 2012, 09:34:06 PM
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3  Economy / Economics / . on: September 14, 2012, 06:58:34 AM
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4  Economy / Auctions / Re: selling my religious beliefs on: September 04, 2012, 01:16:50 PM
im unsure of what religion is best and i do not want to waste years of my life reading about all of the different ones.... so

      SAVE MY SOUL
             i will be auctioning off my religious views.... whichever religion posts the highest bid wins.   i will then convert to that religion and pray to that god.   i will not participate in any unlawful activities or animal/human sacrifices.  soooooo let the bidding begin!


                    auction ends Sept 7th at 11:11p.m. eastern standard time

You got it all backwards. You are unsure, and you want someone to save you time and effort, therefore you should be the one paying for the service. You are essentially looking to outsource. It is amazing to see how many people fell for your twisted logic and offered to pay.

Now be a dear, and start again. Call for proposals. Place a payment in escrow. Announce the winner. Release the escrow, and start practicing. Right. I see the problem with my idea. You still need to decide. You want to avoid having to decide. Dammit!
Hey! I am very willing to pay for him to join the iussu pardi. No one has yet to outbid me.

Except that it would cost the OP, making that a negetive bid. My bid is the highest so far.
All religions have their cost. There was this one I found before, but can't find right now that required you to get a lobotomy. Many people here are suggesting religions that have some kind of cost. The iussu pardi only has a 10 bitcoin member contribution, and no physical harm. Imagine us like a very small organization with a similar hierarchical structure as the catholic church, but to be a recognized member you must contribute. Your logic may be sound in that she should be paying for the service. Did she ask for that kind of service? No. She asked for us to bid  for her religion. The iussu pardi has bid 5 bitcoins.
5  Economy / Auctions / Re: selling my religious beliefs on: September 04, 2012, 01:06:55 PM
im unsure of what religion is best and i do not want to waste years of my life reading about all of the different ones.... so

      SAVE MY SOUL
             i will be auctioning off my religious views.... whichever religion posts the highest bid wins.   i will then convert to that religion and pray to that god.   i will not participate in any unlawful activities or animal/human sacrifices.  soooooo let the bidding begin!


                    auction ends Sept 7th at 11:11p.m. eastern standard time

You got it all backwards. You are unsure, and you want someone to save you time and effort, therefore you should be the one paying for the service. You are essentially looking to outsource. It is amazing to see how many people fell for your twisted logic and offered to pay.

Now be a dear, and start again. Call for proposals. Place a payment in escrow. Announce the winner. Release the escrow, and start practicing. Right. I see the problem with my idea. You still need to decide. You want to avoid having to decide. Dammit!
Hey! I am very willing to pay for him to join the iussu pardi. No one has yet to outbid me.
6  Economy / Auctions / Re: selling my religious beliefs on: September 04, 2012, 06:23:49 AM
I bid 5 bitcoins to join the iussu pardi (order of the panther). It is an old Latin religion. I the reincarnation of your profit the panther. All members of the order must contribute 10 bitcoins to the order annually, starting the day they join.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin, the center of the internet on: August 02, 2012, 08:47:18 PM
Bitcoin.org is at, or at least very close, to the center of the internet map.
http://internet-map.net/#8-148.46990966796875-89.27127075195312
I found it amusing.
8  Economy / Economics / . on: July 21, 2012, 07:38:53 AM
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9  Other / Politics & Society / . on: July 16, 2012, 07:42:40 AM
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10  Economy / Goods / No can do. Ignore on: July 14, 2012, 04:50:46 AM
I would like a Yamakasi Catleap Monitor. It must be a no glass version. The version with both dual link dvi and hdmi would be nice but is unnecessary.

Details:
http://www.witechit.co.kr/product06-22.html
http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club


Would anyone be willing to beat the going ebay price of $300 with free shipping. Must be willing to use escrow. I will pay an extra 2 btc afterwords if the monitor has no dead pixels.

So does anyone know someone here who would like to make a little BTC by undercutting the ebay prices?
11  Other / Politics & Society / . on: June 30, 2012, 10:50:41 AM
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12  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Special 7950 boards unlocked to 7970 rating on: June 12, 2012, 08:02:40 AM
I found this. I don't know how true it is. Just thought I would post it.

http://videocardz.com/32782/amd-radeon-hd-7950-modified-to-7970
http://vga.it168.com/a2012/0507/1345/000001345261.shtml

The card is chinese.
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"A rough translation suggest that this model is named A795 Fire Hurricane, but this card is not the same as reference card sold worldwide, it has better components and is also equipped with 6+8pin power connectors (just like 7970). According to the source, this card is also featuring 5+1 phase PWM."



It would be cool if one of us in china, as I know there are, could get one of these and try it out?
It would also be cool if one of us could aquire the bios for this card and try it out on our cards.
13  Economy / Economics / Velocity of Bitcoin and Deflation on: June 10, 2012, 04:47:24 AM
This entire thread came from this paragraph of a time magazine article.
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"As an economic principle, velocity has been considered a constant. According to Gelleri, it was stable in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s but starting in the '80s velocity has decreased as more money has been diverted to the financial sector. This scenario may benefit financial centers, but money tends to drain away from other places. Gelleri says that both the Euro and the U.S. dollar have slowed way down. "In the last several months velocity has declined sharply because there's less GDP and more money," he says. "The money doesn't flow. More money is being printed, but it's not going into circulation."

Velocity of money is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velocity_of_money

To my knowledge, a flourishing economy has a high velocity currency. Bitcoin, being a deflationary currency, by definition does not promote velocity of money because you are encouraged to hold on to the money because it will rise in price because of deflation.
Or is it deflation that causes velocity?

I realize I am making deflation of a currency, and an economy one and the same. Are they not the same?

Discuss...
14  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / . on: June 04, 2012, 11:39:23 PM
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15  Economy / Gambling / Re: [ANN] Bitcointalk Benefit Raffle - Win a Saphire Radeon HD 7970 - 1 BTC to Enter on: June 04, 2012, 11:28:33 PM
...2/80 means I have a 2.5% chance of winning
16  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / . on: May 25, 2012, 02:51:15 PM
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17  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / . on: May 10, 2012, 09:56:39 PM
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18  Economy / Gambling / Re: [ANN] Bitcointalk Benefit Raffle - Win a Saphire Radeon HD 7970 - 1 BTC to Enter on: April 30, 2012, 02:38:23 AM
About 60 tickets sold. So 1/5 of all tickets sold. Maybe I will buy another.
19  Economy / Gambling / Re: [ANN] Bitcointalk Benefit Raffle - Win a Saphire Radeon HD 7970 - 1 BTC to Enter on: April 30, 2012, 02:32:48 AM
Point taken. I think I assumed to much too quickly all the while forgetting the raffles terms.
20  Economy / Gambling / Re: [ANN] Bitcointalk Benefit Raffle - Win a Saphire Radeon HD 7970 - 1 BTC to Enter on: April 30, 2012, 02:15:59 AM
If you get a refund let us know here
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