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May 27, 2014, 01:32:35 AM
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Id love to know who created this thread. Wonder if hes the wealthy elite now?

Atlas! He was banned a long time ago.

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May 27, 2014, 01:54:33 AM
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Id love to know who created this thread. Wonder if hes the wealthy elite now?

Atlas! He was banned a long time ago.

Why was he banned?
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May 27, 2014, 03:04:16 AM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.

Remember Aaron Swartz, a 26 year old computer scientist who died defending the free flow of information.
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May 27, 2014, 03:26:23 AM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

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May 27, 2014, 03:40:33 AM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.

You can disagree with people about their beliefs without condescending. You might even find a more willing adversary in a good debate. I am not religious myself and even went through the militant atheist stage myself. I have found that treating all people with respect makes me a much happier person. 

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May 27, 2014, 03:48:32 AM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.[/b]

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

I am very blessed, and I would guess you are too even though its probably not by a conscious, omniscient being. I don't think we are blessed because we found bitcoin. That was in our own right. But, we are blessed for living in a society that allowed us to do so. Half the world never even had the chance, and you are blessed to not be one of them.

"In all, 2.4 billion people lived on less than US $2 a day in 2010." -http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview

If you somehow worked to secure your stature in privileged society pre-birth, please enlighten us. Otherwise, you are blessed.

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May 27, 2014, 04:42:13 AM
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Surprisingly the chart doesn't need to hit much more than $2000 to keep a fantastic bull run alive

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May 27, 2014, 02:38:29 PM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.[/b]

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

I am very blessed, and I would guess you are too even though its probably not by a conscious, omniscient being. I don't think we are blessed because we found bitcoin. That was in our own right. But, we are blessed for living in a society that allowed us to do so. Half the world never even had the chance, and you are blessed to not be one of them.

"In all, 2.4 billion people lived on less than US $2 a day in 2010." -http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview

If you somehow worked to secure your stature in privileged society pre-birth, please enlighten us. Otherwise, you are blessed.

I am blessed and wholeheartedly feel that way because of what you call "religious" reasons!  To be granted a complete acquittal for my sins and that not for being "a good person" but just for humbly asking after realizing I will can be good enough on my own and because of God's great love is a pretty amazing blessing, more so than any amount of Bitcoin in the world. 

And on top of that, I do feel blessed for being born in America (although I don't entirely agree with everything we do in the US).  We are privileged compared to many places in the world.

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May 27, 2014, 03:21:13 PM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.[/b]

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

I am very blessed, and I would guess you are too even though its probably not by a conscious, omniscient being. I don't think we are blessed because we found bitcoin. That was in our own right. But, we are blessed for living in a society that allowed us to do so. Half the world never even had the chance, and you are blessed to not be one of them.

"In all, 2.4 billion people lived on less than US $2 a day in 2010." -http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview

If you somehow worked to secure your stature in privileged society pre-birth, please enlighten us. Otherwise, you are blessed.

I am blessed and wholeheartedly feel that way because of what you call "religious" reasons!  To be granted a complete acquittal for my sins and that not for being "a good person" but just for humbly asking after realizing I will can be good enough on my own and because of God's great love is a pretty amazing blessing, more so than any amount of Bitcoin in the world. 

And on top of that, I do feel blessed for being born in America (although I don't entirely agree with everything we do in the US).  We are privileged compared to many places in the world.

You are privileged but hard times are coming; we will need to go much lower before we can go higher

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May 27, 2014, 03:32:17 PM
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I am pretty confidant I am not the new wealthy elite  Cheesy. Maybe one day though  Tongue.

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May 27, 2014, 03:57:51 PM
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I am pretty confidant I am not the new wealthy elite  Cheesy. Maybe one day though  Tongue.

The awesomeness of Bitcoin is revealed by simply holding some over a multi-year period. Eventually one feels the exhilaration of the original poster.
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May 27, 2014, 04:03:07 PM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.[/b]

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

I am very blessed, and I would guess you are too even though its probably not by a conscious, omniscient being. I don't think we are blessed because we found bitcoin. That was in our own right. But, we are blessed for living in a society that allowed us to do so. Half the world never even had the chance, and you are blessed to not be one of them.

"In all, 2.4 billion people lived on less than US $2 a day in 2010." -http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview

If you somehow worked to secure your stature in privileged society pre-birth, please enlighten us. Otherwise, you are blessed.

I am blessed and wholeheartedly feel that way because of what you call "religious" reasons!  To be granted a complete acquittal for my sins and that not for being "a good person" but just for humbly asking after realizing I will can be good enough on my own and because of God's great love is a pretty amazing blessing, more so than any amount of Bitcoin in the world. 

And on top of that, I do feel blessed for being born in America (although I don't entirely agree with everything we do in the US).  We are privileged compared to many places in the world.

You are privileged but hard times are coming; we will need to go much lower before we can go higher

Fundamentals matter a lot, and currently Bitcoin is doing awesome.
Have you heard about the huge Bud Concert Series BTC giveaway this summer?
...and the MIT project in Boston, and many other great pieces of news.

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May 27, 2014, 09:10:48 PM
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I am pretty confidant I am not the new wealthy elite  Cheesy. Maybe one day though  Tongue.

The awesomeness of Bitcoin is revealed by simply holding some over a multi-year period. Eventually one feels the exhilaration of the original poster.

And the hardship of letting some of them go Wink

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May 27, 2014, 09:22:35 PM
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Let it be..
not so confident about the size of the future success but believe that it can happen eventually
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May 28, 2014, 02:16:06 AM
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The world just isn't going to be the same and we have been blessed as the pioneers.


I haven't been blessed. It was through my foresight that I saw bitcoin for how valuable it was. No man helped me along, and many discouraged me.
This is the best post in this thread. "Blessed", yuck. Blessed are those who aren't blinded by outdated bronze-age superstitions and imaginary sky-friends.[/b]

Satoshi is my favorite "imaginary sky-friend".
FYI: "Blessed" does not always require a religious context. Anyone can pause and be grateful for the positive things in their life, and those moments are vital if you want to be happy.
Edit: The primary definition of "blessed" is spiritual, so I guess I'm blessed to not be that worried about it.

I am very blessed, and I would guess you are too even though its probably not by a conscious, omniscient being. I don't think we are blessed because we found bitcoin. That was in our own right. But, we are blessed for living in a society that allowed us to do so. Half the world never even had the chance, and you are blessed to not be one of them.

"In all, 2.4 billion people lived on less than US $2 a day in 2010." -http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/poverty/overview

If you somehow worked to secure your stature in privileged society pre-birth, please enlighten us. Otherwise, you are blessed.

I am blessed and wholeheartedly feel that way because of what you call "religious" reasons!  To be granted a complete acquittal for my sins and that not for being "a good person" but just for humbly asking after realizing I will can be good enough on my own and because of God's great love is a pretty amazing blessing, more so than any amount of Bitcoin in the world.  

And on top of that, I do feel blessed for being born in America (although I don't entirely agree with everything we do in the US).  We are privileged compared to many places in the world.

But those sins are made up by the same religion that grants the complete acquittal.

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May 28, 2014, 02:24:23 AM
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Come on, back to fantasizing

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May 28, 2014, 02:51:04 AM
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Come on, back to fantasizing

OK, you start.

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May 28, 2014, 03:37:08 AM
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I'm going to buy a city and make everyone my slave

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May 28, 2014, 03:39:20 AM
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Come on, back to fantasizing

We will be so wealthy that money will never be a concern again:
We can help people,
while we enjoy the finest things and
travel and
smash big TV's,
buy islands and
own sports teams,
grow organic food and
raise healthy meat products and fresh fruits,
eliminate the radiation from Japan,
refreeze the polar areas and prevent Al Gore from getting too warm
....and that is just a start.  Smiley

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May 28, 2014, 03:41:35 AM
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But how will we enslave the evil fiat believers?

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