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1201  Other / Meta / Re: Trust flags on: June 13, 2019, 09:42:24 PM
How much proof of "victimhood" do we expect?

Good question.
I'd say it depends on how extraordinary the claim is, or beyond reasonable doubt, and if their is any opposition or debate of the validity..

I believe I can reasonably prove that I used cryptsy right to the end with TXs but can't really prove a final balance, I'm not sure their is reasonable doubt to doubt my statement (or even anyone unreasonably doubting), their is also no opposition and likely never will be, nor any debate of the validity..

I think even the receivership accepted about that amount of "proof", so if you like US law as a standard (I don't) I think my claim would fly if requested to prove it, but I didn't go through that because it was a small amount.

Someone who was named in the receivership might have slightly better "proof" with a court having granted them a portion of recovered value, but even that isn't solid blockchain proof because that's what you get for sending coins to a 3rd party.. That would just be trusting a court's opinion, and who trusts a court? Much less a courts opinion on altcoins, lol.

LOL @ FH and your welcome for a non-QS opinion, there's mine but I did it so I might be biased toward myself..
1202  Other / Meta / Re: Leaving the forum (I will miss a few of you people) on: June 13, 2019, 06:21:22 PM
Oh come on, stick around..
You have only been here a couple months and are doing fine, look at all them nice merits you got..
1203  Other / Meta / Re: LoyceV's Trust Flag viewer on: June 13, 2019, 06:14:51 PM
Something strange going on with line 36 in the "opposed by" section giving links..;u=36;support;u=36;oppose

Cool tool..
1204  Other / Meta / Re: How to thank/appreciate in bitcointalk on: June 13, 2019, 05:49:47 PM
I gave you a couple merits to help you get out of newbie hell, so you don't have to wait so long between posts and such, once you reach 30 posts, because you seem like a legit user.. You should be able to give 2 merits now..

Also, if you do not have any merit to give away yourself you can post it to this thread by following the intructions in the OP..
Report unmerited good posts to Merit Source
1205  Economy / Reputation / Re: bigvern flag on: June 13, 2019, 03:59:26 PM
Some of my balances were indeed nonzero when the exchange went down for the last time..
1206  Economy / Reputation / bigvern flag on: June 13, 2019, 03:36:59 PM
I know the bigvern account is likely to never come back but I want to create a (level 3?) flag for fun/practice basically..

All the information you would ever need to know is here -
It was written/promised a million times that "You will be able to withdraw" in many forms in many places by BV himself and other employees.;flag=84
1207  Economy / Reputation / Re: Bill gator - Account Buyer on: June 12, 2019, 06:07:17 PM
Surprised you excluded The Pharmacist.. I'll oppose because I believe it is the correct thing to do, and you can't exclude me..
1208  Other / Meta / Re: Trust flags on: June 12, 2019, 01:29:16 PM
- Globally, per year you can only create 1 flag per activity point you have, but at least 1/year.

So this means if a person has 1000 activity they can create up to 1000 flags this year, and it resets in roughly a year from now so they can create another 1000 flags next year?
1209  Other / Meta / Re: You are searching too quickly. Reduce search 90 seconds limit? on: May 26, 2019, 09:28:53 PM
OP Tell me what you are researching and why and maybe I will help you fix your problem..

Would buying a copper membership work for him?
1210  Other / Meta / Re: @theymos - Request: Multisig addresses for treasurers on: May 25, 2019, 08:09:56 PM
Congrats OgNasty, SaltySpitoon, DarkStar_, and minerjones on your prestigious positions. And good job theymos for your choices! They have all been on my inclusions list..
DarkStar_ is going places..

Especially good job to OgNasty for returning the funds!
1211  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: "Is it true that Craig Wright is the real Satoshi as he claims?" on: May 25, 2019, 07:20:27 AM
He doesn't sound like satoshi to me. Too many mistakes in his writing..

"Because he can not sign through the genesis, neither he has the PGP key 0x5EC948A1. People seems to forget some important issues in regards my identity. And trust me, when the time is right, I digitally sign and come forward. So may this be a warning to all wanna bees. Bitcoin, blockchain is partly based on the asymmetric key mechanism, that is why I have PGP keys. The Bitcoin Foundation was very well aware of that as my public key was shared and signed by other core developers of Bitcoin. Until some people did feel the need to try to impersonate me, steal my identity, just because some professor did suggest to provide a noble price for my invention."

1212  Economy / Economics / Re: Toronto Man Scammed Over $2,000 by McDonald’s Mobile App on: May 24, 2019, 06:36:28 AM
LOL, HAMBURGLAR! That is freaking funny Cheesy I don't know where these people get these nicknames from but that is awesome Cheesy.

1213  Other / Meta / Re: Arranging Superfluous Speech Holistically Over Lengthy Episodes on: May 24, 2019, 06:03:17 AM
I think he means "stop posting so many threads about the same basic topic across meta and reputation" while trying to compete with Shakespeare, but I have to admit this to be more difficult to translate than the usual chinglish.. I'm not sure the syntax is spot on either..
1214  Other / Meta / Re: @THEYMOS Abusive group punished DT1 for speaking up against them on: May 24, 2019, 04:55:32 AM
1215  Economy / Reputation / Re: Someone is selling green rating (DT) on: May 23, 2019, 11:04:36 PM
I bet what he just did was troll all you guys and it worked marvelously..
1216  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Socialism is so bad that it allows poor people to live. Horrible true story on: May 23, 2019, 09:05:33 PM
Do the poor people get the absolute best health care modern technology can possibly give, as soon as possible, money no object no matter if it costs $100mm?
I highly doubt it..
I live in Finland, as long if it's possible to provide, and necessary then yes. Also what the hell costs $100mm per person? Nothing.

How necessary?
Is the rich guy allowed to buy products or services that may not meet your definition of necessary?

Like, if an Xray is recommended and will probably do, but the guy also wants a CAT scan and an MRI to be extra sure.. Can he pay extra for that? And also go to another doctor for a 2nd opinion?
1217  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Socialism is so bad that it allows poor people to live. Horrible true story on: May 23, 2019, 06:18:04 PM
Poor people actually have the same care than the rich.

Do the poor people get the absolute best health care modern technology can possibly give, as soon as possible, money no object no matter if it costs $100mm?
I highly doubt it..

How about the rich guy? Is he not allowed to have that even if he can pay for it himself?
1218  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Are Africans being "helped" to much? on: May 23, 2019, 05:54:17 PM
Why do people think governments are magic and can just "take care of" people and all sorts of things?

Screw the government, take care of your damn self, quit appealing to a government to take care of you..

If you want a government, it is up to the people to take care of the government, not the other way around..
If the people don't take care of the government then the government cant take care of anything and will just cause more problems..

Take care of yourself, then when you get that down you can think about taking care of a government next.. If the people can't even take care of themselves then how in the hell are they supposed to take care of a government?

If the people want foreign aid because they can't take care of themselves, then they should also want us to run their government for them so you know, maybe it will work..

As far as wealth, "a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush"..
All the gold in the world in the ground isn't worth squat unless you can figure out how to get it out and turn it into something profitable, or coal, lithium, oil, whatever you have in the ground.
Go get that shit out of the ground and take care of yourselves, or do you need us to do that for you too?
Oh no, that would be "robbing" africa to profitably help them extract their resources right? We ain't doing that shit for free..
No way I am going to go half way around the world to some violent shithole where I might get killed by a horde of savages to help them extract their resources for free.. Maybe for $100k in my pocket per 8 month tour working on hostile foreign wellpads, or I ain't doing it..
You have the internet, figure it out..

Want Halliburton or Schlumberger to come provide equiptment, show you how, and get you set up?
Do you realize what that equiptment costs? Do you realize how much it cost them to gain the knowledge to do it? This stuff costs massive amounts of money few can wrap their heads around and very hard long dangerous work from employees few men have ever experienced..
We are going to make serious money doing it or we aren't going to do it..
If you think that is stealing then you just don't think and your shit will stay right in the ground..
1219  Other / Off-topic / Re: Looking to be mertied? Come here on: May 23, 2019, 07:30:53 AM
I started reading your post history (read all of it)

Hard not to isn't it.. lol
1220  Other / Off-topic / Re: Recipes on: May 23, 2019, 05:11:11 AM
- 54.9g brown sugar or 67.7g honey

Wow your recipe is very specific. Good thing I have accurate scales, you know, for weighting rod ends and such..
If I can figure out how your recommended bread maker settings (knead for 1 hour?) translates into hand work I very well might give it a shot, since it will help fight the corrupt establishment and all..

I myself make a pretty mean spaghetti..

First I start with that local grocery store made sausage instead of burger. Usually the regular kind but once I accidentally used the maple syrup kind and it was very good so will try it again..
Fry it in a frying pan till it is thoroughly cooked while chopping to make it small. Put about 1/4 cup of water in the pan with it raw so it cooks through better though the water is gone by time it's done.. Usually thier is no excess grease to drain from the local sausage but if their is then drain it in a metal colander or by tipping the pan.

Half way through the meat cooking I would start adding the ingredients that are good for sauteing, like first a clove of fresh garlic minced finely, then half a medium onion minced, then green/red/yellow bell pepper and a fresh jalapeno if I want some more kick this time.. Throw in some green leafy stuff like parsley and oregano too, about a tablespoon of each, and half teaspoon of lowreys seasoning salt.. Fry that stuff in a bit too..

Once that is all fried till the meat is done, then comes the liquids part..
Put in a small can of rotel "Canned Diced Tomatoes and Chopped Green Chilies" drained, half a regular sized jar of hot salsa, and one regular like quart size jar of spaghetti sauce..

Get that boiling good and cut up a zucchini.. Cut it long ways into 4 pieces so you have long triangles and then cut them into about 1/4" thick pizza slice looking things and add em in.. Cook the sauce boiling for 15 minutes or so first before adding them and then cook it until the zucchini pieces are getting soft but still have a bit of resistance to them.. Cook/simmer on med/low uncovered so it gets thicker..

Put it on some spaghetti noodles and eat it!
Garlic toast is good with it..
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