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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing a new bitcoin exchange with UK banking - www.bit121.co.uk on: January 29, 2014, 02:19:38 PM
True, thats my opinion but lets see how many people using btc-e and how many 123bit.whatever?

BTC-E has been in operation since 2011 and bit121 has been open for about two months. Is that a supposed to be a big surprise? I think you should do as you said you would do last time and stop posting on this thread.
2  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing a new bitcoin exchange with UK banking - www.bit121.co.uk on: January 28, 2014, 03:18:16 PM
I will stay with BTC-e which is much better(look,usability etc) than school project called 121-whatever.

I think BTC-e looks like crap. So, your opinion isn't in very high regard with me.
3  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing a new bitcoin exchange with UK banking - www.bit121.co.uk on: January 27, 2014, 12:28:17 PM
I will stay safe and will make sure people are aware that this is nothing more than just shady way of making money.

You've already admitted that you've never done business with them. Therefore you have no idea if it's a scam or not.

As all transfers between uk accounts are free how you can justify charge of 10gbp for transfer in and 10gbp for out?

If it's a scam then why are you complaining about the fees?

EDIT: I just got an email from bit121 so either you're lying or confused. I suggest you check your facts.
4  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing a new bitcoin exchange with UK banking - www.bit121.co.uk on: January 26, 2014, 05:11:07 PM
Registration plus attempt of contact is enough to say "Yes i tried them".

One would think that you need to actually trade bitcoins to say that you "tried" an exchange.
5  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing a new bitcoin exchange with UK banking - www.bit121.co.uk on: January 26, 2014, 04:33:45 PM
the website works !!!

Have you tried it yourself ?

If you look at the beggining i did register myself, i did have little walk about on their school project and thats it. im not that stupid to transfer any money to someone whos only contact was email address and it was wrong at the beginning.

So, in other words, no you haven't tried it.
6  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [H] TF2 Refined, Keys, Promos, Items [W] Bitcoins on: July 07, 2012, 08:32:02 PM
Just bought 20 keys, 12 refined metal, 8 scorched keys and buying more stuff later. Thanks for the great trades. Smooth transaction. Really nice guy!
7  Other / Meta / Re: Moderators Deleting Posts in their own Threads on: July 04, 2012, 07:59:58 PM
I resign. This is a thankless job.
8  Other / Meta / Re: Moderators Deleting Posts in their own Threads on: July 04, 2012, 07:56:32 PM
If I've violated some policy let me know. As far as I know, I was following the moderation policy of allowing users to set local rules and then allowing moderators to enforce those rules at their discretion.
9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 06:56:42 PM
I think this thread is locked and the other thread will have zero tolerance for off-topic discussion.
10  Other / Politics & Society / Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 06:55:43 PM
There are two arguments for the non-aggression principle:

1. Violating the NAP has bad consequences.

2. Violating the NAP is immoral.

Since I'm not a consequentialist, I don't find the consequentialist argument convincing one way or the other.

As for the argument from morality, all moral claims are opinions. They are preferences, nothing more. You can't say my opinion is wrong any more than I can say yours is wrong. That's because opinions aren't the kinds of things that can be right or wrong. That being said, I reject any opinion that violating the NAP is moral, outside of immediate life threatening situations when your actions don't threaten the life of another person and you also compensate the victim. If you are literally about to starve to death, steal some bread but be prepared to work it off. I doubt you'll have to steal though because I'll be glad to give you some of my bread. However, if you are dying because of liver failure, don't take my liver.

If you reject my opinion like I reject the opinions of those that wish to violate the NAP, we have irreconcilable differences. We can either try to coexist peacefully or we can go to war. There's nothing more to it than that.

NOTE: Any posts that are not a direct reply to this argument and attempt a direct refutation of it will be deleted.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 06:06:01 PM
Or one could just read my last post.

He knows I'm not Atlas. He was implying that I'm behaving like him.

You are all getting off-topic and you won't like me when you get off-topic.
12  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 06:02:40 PM
Atlas, is that you?

Read War and Peace, On the Nature of Physical Laws and Fifty Shades of Gray to obtain your answer.
13  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 05:59:02 PM
Isn't that exactly what you're doing?

Exactly? No. If you get Stefan Molyneux here to make his argument or if you'd like to do it in his stead, I'm more than willing to debate.
14  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 05:45:59 PM
That's very interesting. What was the flaw that you discovered with his reasoning?

I never finished it. I started reading it, couldn't make much sense of it and gave up. Nobody else has been able to give me a good summary of the argument.

I also notice that nobody has attacked my argument head on so I'm guessing they can't?
15  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Defending the Non-aggression Principle on: July 04, 2012, 01:50:08 PM
I've read Machinery of Freedom a couple of times. It's worth it for the quotes alone. I don't think UPB is worth reading.
16  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Original Liberty Immigration Plan - Happy 4'th USA on: July 04, 2012, 07:48:58 AM
Who's with me?

Does it matter? Am I suddenly going to stop being taxed if I say no?

17  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The Utilitarianism Versus Rights Poll on: July 04, 2012, 07:47:30 AM
Does it change your position if the one person you have to kill to save everyone is yourself?

It changes the moral nature of it. It's open for consideration at that point.
18  Other / Politics & Society / ... on: July 04, 2012, 07:44:51 AM
There are two arguments for the non-aggression principle:

1. Violating the NAP has bad consequences.

2. Violating the NAP is immoral.

Since I'm not a consequentialist, I don't find the consequentialist argument convincing one way or the other.

As for the argument from morality, all moral claims are opinions. They are preferences, nothing more. You can't say my opinion is wrong any more than I can say yours is wrong. That's because opinions aren't the kinds of things that can be right or wrong. That being said, I reject any opinion that violating the NAP is moral, outside of immediate life threatening situations when your actions don't threaten the life of another person and you also compensate the victim. If you are literally about to starve to death, steal some bread but be prepared to work it off. I doubt you'll have to steal though because I'll be glad to give you some of my bread. However, if you are dying because of liver failure, don't take my liver.

If you reject my opinion like I reject the opinions of those that wish to violate the NAP, we have irreconcilable differences. We can either try to coexist peacefully or we can go to war. There's nothing more to it than that.
19  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What's so special about the NAP? on: July 03, 2012, 11:50:13 PM
Please defend NAP

There are two arguments:

1. Violating the NAP has bad consequences.

2. Violating the NAP is immoral.

Since I'm not a consequentialist, I don't find the consequentialist argument convincing one way or the other.

As for the argument from morality, all moral claims are opinions. They are preferences, nothing more. You can't say my opinion is wrong any more than I can say yours is wrong. That's because opinions aren't the kinds of things that can be right or wrong. That being said, I reject any opinion that violating the NAP is moral, outside of immediate life threatening situations when your actions don't threaten the life of another person and you also compensate the victim. If you are literally about to starve to death, steal some bread but be prepared to work it off. I doubt you'll have to steal though because I'll be glad to give you some of my bread. However, if you are dying because of liver failure, don't take my liver.

If you reject my opinion like I reject the opinions of those that wish to violate the NAP, we have irreconcilable differences. We can either try to coexist peacefully or we can go to war. There's nothing more to it than that.
20  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Guns on: July 03, 2012, 11:35:38 PM
Recently it was said in the PorcFest thread that many people were openly carrying guns. Should that make me nervous or not?

If all those guns were hidden, would you be any safer?
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