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August 01, 2015, 06:17:11 PM
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4. Next, I posted it on the "Moneo Technical Discussion Thread", which is moderated, and Smooth ordered the OP to delete it and ban me.

No that is not what happened. You're being paranoid-delusional-dishonest again.

What happened was the moderated thread-starter had already (with no input from me, btw) asked you not to post on his thread, but you did anyway. What I asked the thread starter to do was to delete my message after he had dealt with your moderation abuse.

Get help.
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August 01, 2015, 06:21:23 PM
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4. Next, I posted it on the "Moneo Technical Discussion Thread", which is moderated, and Smooth ordered the OP to delete it and ban me.

No that is not what happened. You're being paranoid-delusional-dishonest again.

What happened was the moderated thread-starter had already (with no input from me, btw) asked you not to post on his thread, but you did anyway. What I asked the thread starter to do was to delete my message after he had dealt with your moderation abuse.

Get help.


Actually you can pay your psychiarist with Moneros in New York according to aminorex.
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August 01, 2015, 09:56:51 PM
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... but what I do not see here is the Bytecoin comits from 2012, 2013 and early 2014.

Oh shit I forgot those.

Here's a link to all the dev work Bytecoin did from the beginning of 2012 until March 2014
 
 
Oh it's been a long time, my friend.  Well played.

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