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February 09, 2015, 10:30:49 AM
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Guess this thread isnt going to die anytime soon
Well its part of an important history. I don't think it should die anytime soon Wink

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February 09, 2015, 07:39:16 PM
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I think if anyone offering this much BTC in these days , every guy will be interested in delivery it by going to his home!!
lol , good post
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February 09, 2015, 09:33:17 PM
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No feeling particularly smart for this outdated post I'll bet.

Would you like to sell some IBM stock for pizza too?
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February 16, 2015, 06:53:43 AM
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Laszlo did bought a fucking expensive pizza if we see as of now
He could have bought one whole factory for that , maybe more
that's why he is still in shock Cheesy
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February 16, 2015, 09:38:14 AM
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I hope the multi-million dollar pizza made him wiser and he kept mining Bitcoins further, forever. Cheesy

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February 20, 2015, 02:41:52 AM
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Laszlo did bought a fucking expensive pizza if we see as of now
He could have bought one whole factory for that , maybe more
that's why he is still in shock Cheesy

He is not in shock at all. He was working on programming some stuff for bitcoin at the time and got some "free" pizza in return for a few weeks. He never regretted it and in fact we should all thank him for being the first to establish that bitcoins were worth something.

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February 20, 2015, 02:10:27 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.
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February 20, 2015, 06:27:21 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

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February 20, 2015, 07:54:02 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!
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February 20, 2015, 10:23:29 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!
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February 21, 2015, 06:19:09 AM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

 Shocked Shocked
$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo
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February 21, 2015, 08:22:27 AM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue
OK, /me prays
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February 23, 2015, 10:46:36 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

 Shocked Shocked
$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo

Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

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February 24, 2015, 01:55:25 AM
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Wow it looks like it's that time again. It's only my duty as a respectable member of the bitcointalk forums to pay my respects to the legendary laszlo. Thank you laszlo, your transaction was not spent in vain.

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February 24, 2015, 09:40:32 AM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

 Shocked Shocked
$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo

Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

Where would one buy a hot tub time machine? I cannot see them on eBay, nor Amazon, maybe on the black market??
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February 24, 2015, 04:09:54 PM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

 Shocked Shocked
$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo

Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

Where would one buy a hot tub time machine? I cannot see them on eBay, nor Amazon, maybe on the black market??

Open a Tor browser, and check Silk Road 3, Agora Marketplace, or Open Bazaar when it launches.

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February 24, 2015, 05:00:45 PM
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Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

Yes! we sure will, but there will a bump in price if that happens , since everyone will be buying
Though if i had a time machine i got bigger things to do , i need to get my life a little straight Sad
Anyways! no worries over that now Wink
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February 26, 2015, 06:12:36 AM
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Nice to look at one of bitcoin's most important posts.

Did the seller of the pizza use the bitcoins, or did he store it?

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February 26, 2015, 08:53:07 AM
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This place looks like a sacred topic... lol.

Well a million dollar pizza is what makes it sacred Tongue

As per now price
10k btc = 2.4 mil usd
So for his two pizza's that means
1.2 mil a pizza ?
Damn!

BTC peaked at around $1,240 in Dec 2013 (BTC10,000 x $1,240 = $12.4mil)
This would have made them $6.2mil each back then  Shocked
Today's price is still epic but in December 2013 it's unreal!!

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$6.2 mil each
That's even more messed up
Poor guy laszlo

Believe me if laszlo or any of us had a Hot Tub Time Machine we'd all buy all Bitcoins existence in 2009 before that 2013 bubble.

Unfortunately(Fortunately?), that's how hindsight works.  Don't worry for him or for us, we'll get there and beyond, just need a bit more marinating and cooking in the dev/invest/adopt kitchen.

Where would one buy a hot tub time machine? I cannot see them on eBay, nor Amazon, maybe on the black market??

Open a Tor browser, and check Silk Road 3, Agora Marketplace, or Open Bazaar when it launches.

You could also PM me for a hot tub time machine ,
you need to pay half and i will give you a hot tub , just add a time machine and you good to go
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March 02, 2015, 02:27:16 AM
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That better have being one tasty ass pizza.
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