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January 30, 2013, 05:09:46 AM
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IMO, this forum has an above average amount of great discussion combined with plenty of greed, and some people possibly trying to harm the future success of Bitcoin.

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January 30, 2013, 11:34:25 AM
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Out of all the forums that I have frequented (and I've been on some seriously high volume forums), it is bitcointalk.org that has the dubious distinction of warehousing the largest number of what can only be described as "retards."

What is it about Bitcoin that brings the mentally deficient out of the woodwork?


Age, lack of life experience, entitlement, complete lack of personal responsibility and so on and so forth.

Age doesn't mean shit, it's the lack of intelligence that leads to such posts.
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January 30, 2013, 11:36:28 AM
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Out of all the forums that I have frequented (and I've been on some seriously high volume forums), it is bitcointalk.org that has the dubious distinction of warehousing the largest number of what can only be described as "retards."

What is it about Bitcoin that brings the mentally deficient out of the woodwork?


Yah its true, all the good posters get ignores and all the reatrds just type naive bullshit.

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January 30, 2013, 02:59:09 PM
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Age doesn't mean shit, it's the lack of intelligence that leads to such posts.

Every day you spend on Earth is another day of lessons learned.  Highly intelligent youth may compensate for a young age -- and I think this forum as plenty of highly intelligent readers -- but that's not the same thing as age being meaningless.

Youth under the age of 25 are biologically less able to control their emotions, and their brain is still under rapid development.  During the teenage (puberty) years, even more so.

Science says you are more of an animal than you think.  And that shows online as well as offline.  Eat.  Drink.  Screw.  Social chatterings.  Elimination.


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January 30, 2013, 03:23:27 PM
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Age doesn't mean shit, it's the lack of intelligence that leads to such posts.

Science says you are more of an animal than you think.  And that shows online as well as offline.  Eat.  Drink.  Screw.  Social chatterings.  Elimination.


WTF is "eliminate"? .. do you mean "crap"? I dont know about the rest of the posters here, but don't much other than eat and drink.

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