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March 22, 2013, 08:39:10 AM
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Oh its so sweet . Smiley
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March 22, 2013, 08:44:19 AM
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Just wanted to be part of this historic thread!!

Can't wait until the pizza is $1Million Cheesy summer 2013 I reckon

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March 25, 2013, 01:24:31 PM
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I'm Pretty sure in 20 years my children will have a chapter in their economics textbook entitled "laszlos' Pizza" and "Satoshi dice spam traffic?"

LOL

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In 3 years, that tip will be enough to buy 10,000 pizzas.

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March 26, 2013, 09:26:36 PM
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At whatever time you're reading this, the pizza cost...

(assuming the bitcoin ticker is still working in your era).

We can all stop now. Cool

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March 26, 2013, 09:41:51 PM
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At whatever time you're reading this, the pizza cost...

(assuming the bitcoin ticker is still working in your era).

We can all stop now. Cool

lol, thanks for clearing that up once and for all  Smiley
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March 28, 2013, 05:35:39 AM
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this kind of things happens once in a lifetime. best pizza ever!?

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March 30, 2013, 03:44:01 PM
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Guinnes world record for pizza's price? Almost $1M - outstanding!
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March 31, 2013, 01:33:28 AM
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In on epic thread Cheesy

This is no ordinary bonsai tree, this one will end up growing to the size of a regular tree!
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April 01, 2013, 06:35:26 AM
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10,000... Thats quite a bit.. you could sell those on https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/ for $41USD right now..
good luck on getting your free pizza.

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April 01, 2013, 03:25:12 PM
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Holy cow!... 1 April 2013... it's a ***Million Dollar Pizza***


I'm going to celebrate on the Bitcoin community's behalf by *proposing to my girlfriend*.... oh hang on, I don't have one Cheesy

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April 01, 2013, 04:08:59 PM
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At whatever time you're reading this, the pizza cost...

(assuming the bitcoin ticker is still working in your era).

We can all stop now. Cool

lol, thanks for clearing that up once and for all  Smiley

Apparently not!  Shocked Grin

This is now, truly, a new era!

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April 02, 2013, 12:46:24 AM
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Testing... Testing... Anyone still here ?  Cool  Cheesy  Wink

I-am-not-anonymous:

"Imagine the following Scenario:

A Man walks into a liquor store--he strolls up to the counter and stares the clerk right in the face, but says nothing.  The man has a pocket, in his pocket is a cell phone or other mobile device, on this device is the latest BITCOIN App (in the future, his mobile device might even have on the fly encryption, who knows).

In the Clerk's pocket is the very same App.

The cell phones identify one another and trigger a bitcoin transaction!

The Clerk takes a bottle of Jack Daniels off the shelf and hands it to the man.

"On the house" he says.

The Clerk does not record the exchange as a sale, in fact, he writes it off as a loss  Grin

The man is pleased that he was able to purchase his booze cheaply without the annoyance of sales and sin taxes.

The man returns to his place of work, he is a high-level engineer and yet his salary is only $6000 a year!  barely enough to tax!

However, every other Friday he receives a a large donation of BITCOINS from an anonymous "secret santa" that may or may not be his boss.  He then buys more liquor, and, in the same manner, hemp bedsheets, and organic groceries!  His tech-saavy landlord takes bitcoin as rent and as a result, does not technically own an 'apartment complex" but rather a large private home filled "roomates" who stay there for "free".  This of course is suspicious and attracts attention and one of the phony "tenants" even breaks down and confesses the whole thing to the cops. Problem is, even with all his bitcoin data they can't trace his transactions back to the landlord and thus have no evidence of wrongdoing other than one witnesses testimony and circumstantial evidence.

Suddenly tax evasion is about as dangerous as internet piracy.

I also have an idea that the number of panhandlers will explode.  You see, let's say you need some bitcoins but all you have is cash.  You go down to the park and see a bunch of homeless people begging.  You come near the homeless people and suddenly your phone vibrates, alerting you to some bitcoin activity!  A message from bitcoin appears on the screen, it is a randomly generated string of words:

"The Color Blue's frangibility is a necessity"

Suddenly, one of the homeless beggars (who seems oddly well-dressed) shouts "the color blue's frangibility is a necessity!"  To onlookers, it sounds like just more crazy homeless talk, to you it sounds like you want to put a 100 dollar bill in his tin cup.  He takes the bill and pushes some buttons on his cell phone.  You are alerted to a fresh batch of bitcoins (the equivalent of 100 dollars) dropped into your account by yet another 'secret santa".  This might also happen with people "e-begging' for paypal money.

These are the revolutions bitcoin, or programs like it, will bring upon us. "

I was a very early Bitcoin adopter - I mined and sold over 12,500+ BTC before they reached just a few cents! I bought a slice of a rather famous Pizza!? and donated 500 BTC to the first Bitcoin Faucet. Got a bit lost along the way... logged out 2010... logged back in 2013... I did 'find' around 25 BTC (in old wallets and sites), which is better than none! <> BBR - CBX - CURE - DASHEMCGAP - GRC - LTC - MINT - NMC - NuBits - PPC - SLM - START - XPM - <> This is not investment advice! <>
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April 02, 2013, 12:50:59 AM
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someone reads too much stuff written by this guy



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April 02, 2013, 02:27:21 AM
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Wow. I wish I had 10,000 bitcoins now.

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April 02, 2013, 01:29:26 PM
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someone reads too much stuff written by this guy



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April 03, 2013, 01:41:58 AM
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Will this eventually become the world's first million-dollar pizza?

Yes.

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April 03, 2013, 01:44:25 AM
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Will this eventually become the world's first million-dollar pizza?

Yes.

But will it become the world's first billion-dollar pizza?
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April 03, 2013, 02:04:42 AM
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Will this eventually become the world's first million-dollar pizza?

Yes.

But will it become the world's first billion-dollar pizza?


In other words, do I think Bitcoin will hit $1000? Well, with the way the US is devaluing their dollar, and the amount of new interest in Bitcoin, I think it's likely.

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April 03, 2013, 02:06:44 AM
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Will this eventually become the world's first million-dollar pizza?

Yes.

But will it become the world's first billion-dollar pizza?


In other words, do I think Bitcoin will hit $1000 $100,000 ? Well, with the way the US is devaluing their dollar, and the amount of new interest in Bitcoin, I think it's likely.

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April 03, 2013, 02:14:12 AM
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Will this eventually become the world's first million-dollar pizza?

Yes.

But will it become the world's first billion-dollar pizza?


In other words, do I think Bitcoin will hit $1000 $100,000 ? Well, with the way the US is devaluing their dollar, and the amount of new interest in Bitcoin, I think it's likely.

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Derp... You're right.

$100k bitcoins are much further off than $1k, but still a possibility.

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