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1421  Economy / Lending / Re: I need 150 BTC on: August 19, 2012, 10:12:16 PM
Please get a credit rating here first:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=99660.0
and I'll think about lending to you
1422  Economy / Lending / Re: Starfish Personal Credit Ratings on: August 19, 2012, 10:11:28 PM
and here's 0 Smiley
1423  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: I'm giving 200% away to anyone who thinks pirate is a fraud on: August 19, 2012, 05:44:30 PM
I'll proxy bets for 10%
1424  Economy / Lending / Re: Starfish Personal Credit Ratings on: August 19, 2012, 03:00:22 AM
You're welcome Smiley

Offtopic: you can also supply width and/or height:
1425  Economy / Lending / Re: Starfish Personal Credit Ratings on: August 19, 2012, 02:51:51 AM
Maybe something like this?
(0)
(3)
(5)
or...

 Tongue
1426  Other / Off-topic / Re: BIBINKA WORD GAME! on: August 19, 2012, 02:33:42 AM
Fat Tay Choon went to the Mining Academy in Brazil, east of Satoshi's yurt, where Gavin was kidnapped by the CIA's goons and forced to pretend faking an anonymous decentralized biscuitóbetter than all the fish in the Pacific Oceanóbut also to defray leeches intelligently with ECDSA fighting qubits for 16.8 dree12, or Phinnaeus must fling toilets towards psy‐ops, without potato smoothies mixed with fried chicken wings from BitMunchies.com, urbanchickennj.com, and Popeye's Bitcoin wallet, which deleted Satoshi's premine ability too (very victorious cheers) none like Butterfly Labs better enabled, but also Pirate crashing air



The parenthetical was grammatically possible, but you guys screwed it up. An example would be "which deleted Satoshi's ability to (very uncharacteristically) sell his early-adopter coins." It's not common, but it's not incorrect. The current usage is horrendous. I think the best option for salvation at this point is to add an "o." Then, the phrase reads, "which deleted Satoshi's premine ability too (very victorious cheers) none like Butterfly Labs better enabled;" the word 'too' behaves like 'also' rather than a preposition and allows the parenthetical to be a side-note from a separate party such as a crowd. It would be better at that point to use asterisks or name the party explicitly, but we can let it slide.
1427  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer - MtGoxUSD wall movement tracker on: August 18, 2012, 03:43:26 PM
I came back from vacation yesterday...
1428  Other / Politics & Society / Re: The purpose of life and the goal of a perfect society on: August 12, 2012, 03:18:32 AM
The fighting wasn't in America.
1429  Other / Off-topic / Re: BIBINKA WORD GAME! on: August 12, 2012, 03:15:52 AM
Fat Tay Choon went to the Mining Academy in Brazil, east of Satoshi's yurt, where Gavin was kidnapped by the CIA's goons and forced to pretend faking an anonymous decentralized biscuitóbetter than all the fish in the Pacific Oceanóbut also to defray leeches intelligently with ECDSA fighting qubits for 16.8 dree12, or Phinnaeus must fling toilets towards psy‐ops, without potato smoothies mixed with fried chicken wings from BitMunchies.com, urbanchickennj.com, and Popeye's Bitcoin wallet which deleted Satoshi's premine ability to (very
1430  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: [BitcoinMax.com] Paying 6.9% per week... Small accounts welcome. on: August 11, 2012, 10:23:39 PM
Please direct your FUD, however justified, to one of the dedicated threads.

Thank you
1431  Economy / Securities / Re: [GLBSE] Gamma Insured Pirate Pass Through on: August 11, 2012, 09:58:24 PM
If I have one chunk of money, borrow another, and invest one each into "EIEIO" and "BS&T", how is it a "Pirate pass through" any more than a "Mystical mining pass through"?

EIEIO must pay >2.5% weekly for this to be profitable. That alone makes it far too suspicious to qualify as insurance.
It appears we need a GIPPT FUD thread too. It also appears that you have neglected to read my scenario. This bond is a bet, and if the issuer loses out on said bet, that's his problem. He does, however, have a lot more rep than you, and he seems rather qualified.
1432  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Re: [VanillaWallet] A simple Bitcoin wallet. on: August 11, 2012, 09:50:51 PM
You're taking open-source entirely wrong. The idea isn't that everybody needs to audit the code, just that *someone* can. Someone can be paid to, or someone can do it out of curiosity. Basically, given the large userbase of Bitcoin, I think *someone* would have spoken up by now if it was malware.
1433  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Pizza for bitcoins? on: August 11, 2012, 07:02:01 PM
This thread is the famousest Cheesy
1434  Economy / Marketplace / Re: I am looking for a tiny bitcoin sticker (dime sized) on: August 11, 2012, 06:35:31 PM
Where do you live? Is the $1 including shipping?
1435  Other / Off-topic / Re: BIBINKA WORD GAME! on: August 11, 2012, 04:42:26 PM
Fat Tay Choon went to the Mining Academy in Brazil, east of Satoshi's yurt, where Gavin was kidnapped by the CIA's goons and forced to pretend faking an anonymous decentralized biscuitóbetter than all the fish in the Pacific Oceanóbut also to defray leeches intelligently with ECDSA fighting qubits for 16.8 dree12, or Phinnaeus must fling toilets towards psy‐ops, without potato smoothies mixed with fried chicken wings from BitMunchies.com, urbanchickennj.com, and Popeye's Bitcoin wallet which deleted Satoshi's
1436  Other / Off-topic / Re: BIBINKA WORD GAME! on: August 11, 2012, 02:44:46 PM
Fat Tay Choon went to the Mining Academy in Brazil, east of Satoshi's yurt, where Gavin was kidnapped by the CIA's goons and forced to pretend faking an anonymous decentralized biscuitóbetter than all the fish in the Pacific Oceanóbut also to defray leeches intelligently with ECDSA fighting qubits for 16.8 dree12, or Phinnaeus must fling toilets towards psy‐ops, without potato smoothies mixed with fried chicken wings from BitMunchies.com, urbanchickennj.com, and Popeye's Bitcoin wallet which
1437  Economy / Lending / Re: Starfish Personal Credit Ratings on: August 11, 2012, 02:43:44 PM
this is great.

how does one go about finding out their own personal credit score?
If you're lending, you just ask him. If you're borrowing, it'll cost you 5 BTC
1438  Economy / Lending / Re: Starfish Personal Credit Ratings on: August 11, 2012, 05:34:02 AM
1 StarfishBad Riskup to 10BTC paying 50% for first claim
2 Starfish - up to 25BTC paying 60% for first claim
3 Starfish - up to 100BTC paying 70% for first claim
4 Starfish - up to 250BTC paying 80% for first claim
5 StarfishTrustedup to 1000BTC paying 90% for first claim
At first I thought it wasn't wise to have the lowest "insurance" be 50%, but then I realized what you did there, you clever asteroidea. 50% of 10BTC is 5 BTC, the price of the rating Wink
Nice work Smiley
1439  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: [BitcoinMax.com] Paying 6.9% per week... Small accounts welcome. on: August 11, 2012, 05:26:52 AM
Please take your anti-pirate statements, however justified, to one of the copious dedicated threads.
1440  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Selling/Buying bitcoin call/put options. on: August 11, 2012, 05:22:48 AM
I was looking at this last week - my local Financial Markets Authority said it would be a regulated futures activity in a foreign currency (Bitcoin) and I would need a license to trade something like this.  Increased my priority for licensing.
Your local Financial Markets Authority regards Bitcoin as a foreign currency? Shocked

In other news, there are rather simple ways to skirt the licensing regulations with almost zero-risk: negotiate the terms using anonymous PGP keys over Tor, and only transact through Bitcoin.
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