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March 21, 2013, 08:16:51 PM
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It would take 3 minutes to explain the most important facts to him.
Possibly but only with the help of a blunt instrument.

Possibly with the help of a blunt? Seeing the silkraod usually gets people to seriously think bitcoin could be something.

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March 21, 2013, 08:27:53 PM
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well is it? Let's talk to Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke wether or not this really is a currency.

hell yes. That's the only sensible thing this guy said the whole time while repeatedly interrupting the nice ladies. What a crook.



Ask away. Meanwhile we use it as a currency everyday. WTF does Ron Paul have to do with it? lol

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March 21, 2013, 08:28:34 PM
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haha:

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well is it? Let's talk to Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke wether or not this really is a currency.

hell yes. That's the only sensible thing this guy said the whole time while repeatedly interrupting the nice ladies. What a crook.


Yep that guy is a dick.

It's amazing how people that perceive themselves a smart can just dispatch something they probably here the first time of, without even listening to what it actually is.

But that's something a Bitcoiner that tries to introduce it to people has to learn to live with.

The only upside is, that (hopefully) some day I will be able to greet people not with "Hello", but with "I told you so".

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March 21, 2013, 08:44:44 PM
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haha:

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well is it? Let's talk to Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke wether or not this really is a currency.

hell yes. That's the only sensible thing this guy said the whole time while repeatedly interrupting the nice ladies. What a crook.



Ask away. Meanwhile we use it as a currency everyday. WTF does Ron Paul have to do with it? lol

I don't know. Maybe he misunderstands Ron Paul as a goldbug (which he's not as I understand: he's more of a "free market for money, let's have a competition"-guy)

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March 21, 2013, 08:51:44 PM
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haha:

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well is it? Let's talk to Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke wether or not this really is a currency.

hell yes. That's the only sensible thing this guy said the whole time while repeatedly interrupting the nice ladies. What a crook.


Yep that guy is a dick.

It's amazing how people that perceive themselves a smart can just dispatch something they probably here the first time of, without even listening to what it actually is.

But that's something a Bitcoiner that tries to introduce it to people has to learn to live with.

The only upside is, that (hopefully) some day I will be able to greet people not with "Hello", but with "I told you so".

The issue with people who believe they know everything: they stop learning, and cease to know everything Tongue

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