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August 13, 2012, 03:30:51 AM
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I'm offering 1 pizza, delivered personally by private plane to anywhere in the southeastern USA, only BTC10,000! BTC10,500 to anywhere in the continental US.

It better be a fantastic plane we get to keep with the pizza

I fly a Cessna 172P, so that might actually be a possibility Grin

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August 13, 2012, 03:42:58 AM
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I'm offering 1 pizza, delivered personally by private plane to anywhere in the southeastern USA, only BTC10,000! BTC10,500 to anywhere in the continental US.

It better be a fantastic plane we get to keep with the pizza

I fly a Cessna 172P, so that might actually be a possibility Grin

this is starting to sound like a good deal

i need a loan, anyone?

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August 16, 2012, 02:04:40 PM
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I'm offering 1 pizza, delivered personally by private plane to anywhere in the southeastern USA, only BTC10,000! BTC10,500 to anywhere in the continental US.

It better be a fantastic plane we get to keep with the pizza

I fly a Cessna 172P, so that might actually be a possibility Grin

Huge sale! Buy one pizza, earn a free air plane.

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August 29, 2012, 05:35:34 AM
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Perspective -- this is an image from Las's server. I assume it was his balance ~June 2010 by the modified date.



... So don't make fun of him too much -- it's quite possible he's a very, very wealthy fellow right now. Wink

Wow 34k bitcoins. I do salute the fellow.

Is it worth anything to anybody to learn who laszlo is? To be clear, I have no direct, nor indirect, proof that he's the Pirate, but he's still active on this forum, albeit under a different name(s).

Hint (directed toward laszlo): AYBABTU

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August 29, 2012, 06:00:03 AM
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Perspective -- this is an image from Las's server. I assume it was his balance ~June 2010 by the modified date.

... So don't make fun of him too much -- it's quite possible he's a very, very wealthy fellow right now. Wink

Wow 34k bitcoins. I do salute the fellow.

Is it worth anything to anybody to learn who laszlo is? To be clear, I have no direct, nor indirect, proof that he's the Pirate, but he's still active on this forum, albeit under a different name(s).

Hint (directed toward laszlo): AYBABTU

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Ah man you shouldn't even use the P- word in such a sacred thread..

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August 29, 2012, 06:04:06 AM
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Ah man you shouldn't even use the P- word in such a sacred thread..
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September 28, 2012, 02:31:23 AM
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Who buys me a pizza in Luxembourg (they speak mostly french here, fml) get's bitcoins at a nice exchange rate (not ten thousand but 2-3.50 depending on the daily rate and of course the pizza).

seriously if you want your first bitcoin running an errand for me and ordering me a pizza, we can make deals every other week while I'm at the local hackerspace in Strassen. can be scheduled for a bi-weekly semi-automated process (I confirm the event, then you take care of delivery), can scan you the flyers of my fav deliveries if interested. basically you purchase bitcoins with credit card while speaking french on the phone. simple as that Cheesy

Or I can return you such favor in future.

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October 02, 2012, 12:59:32 AM
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Seriously why don't we just get this thread stickied with an explanation why it's so important ... to remind rookies how far bitcoin has come.

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October 02, 2012, 11:45:38 PM
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Seriously why don't we just get this thread stickied with an explanation why it's so important ... to remind rookies how far bitcoin has come.

I completely agree. It's a mark of Bitcoin's accomplishment. The $120k pizzas

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October 07, 2012, 03:28:36 PM
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Who buys me a pizza in Luxembourg (they speak mostly french here, fml) get's bitcoins at a nice exchange rate (not ten thousand but 2-2.50). seriously if you want your first bitcoin running an errand for me and ordering me a pizza, we can make deals every week while I'm at the local hackerspace. can be scheduled for a bi-weekly semi-automated process (I confirm the event, then you take care of delivery), can write an app for that.

Luxembourgish, French and German even. Smiley LOL, I used to live in Esch/Alzette and could've pulled this off, no probs (save when P&T inadvertently swapped my phone line with a local hair salon's!) but that was many, many years ago, long before Bitcoin.

Great thread, this, by the way. Smiley

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October 11, 2012, 12:22:21 AM
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Seriously why don't we just get this thread stickied with an explanation why it's so important ... to remind rookies how far bitcoin has come.

and to think, that I just ordered a large pizza from Papa John's three nights ago for .4 BTC.

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October 11, 2012, 12:41:12 AM
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Seriously why don't we just get this thread stickied with an explanation why it's so important ... to remind rookies how far bitcoin has come.

and to think, that I just ordered a large pizza from Papa John's three nights ago for .4 BTC.

who took the btc as payment?

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October 25, 2012, 02:47:11 AM
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who took the btc as payment?

afaik this is not known.
and there are two 10.000 btc transactions around May 22 so the gig probably happened twice (at least).

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October 25, 2012, 02:53:09 AM
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who took the btc as payment?

afaik this is not known.
and there are two 10.000 btc transactions around May 22 so the gig probably happened twice (at least).


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October 25, 2012, 03:05:31 AM
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This needs to be a bitcoin holiday. we celebrate by buying pizza with bitcoins

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October 25, 2012, 10:34:27 AM
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So how much pizza could you get for 10,000 btc today I wonder?

... at $20 per pie about 5500 pizzas?

Edit: so you could have 2 pizzas today or 5500 in 2 years time ....

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October 25, 2012, 10:41:24 AM
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enough to make you sick of pizza atleast lol Smiley

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October 26, 2012, 03:17:50 AM
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So how much pizza could you get for 10,000 btc today I wonder?

... at $20 per pie about 5500 pizzas?

Edit: so you could have 2 pizzas today or 5500 in 2 years time ....

Well I just bought a pizza for 0.3 BTC, so 10000/0.3=33,333.33 Pizzas.

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October 27, 2012, 11:56:17 PM
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10,000 btc = lifetime supply of pizza

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October 28, 2012, 11:52:16 PM
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This needs to be a bitcoin holiday. we celebrate by buying pizza with bitcoins

I concur!  What do we call it, Bitcoin Pizza Day?  Laszlo's Pizza Day?

laszlo I would offer to buy you a pizza, but I'm not based in the USA, so they might think I'm a prank caller.

If you don't get any other offers I might look into how to go about buying you one online.

Are you getting hungry or do you just like pizza ? Cheesy

I just think it would be interesting if I could say that I paid for a pizza in bitcoins Smiley


^ So May 21st is Laszlo's Pizza Day!

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