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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 427172 times)
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January 01, 2013, 04:32:16 PM
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Dear Bitcoin Forum,

Essay: Please whitelist me in the newbie forum so I can increase the awareness of bitcoins in the bitcoin community.
By: Tom Peckelpent

Essay number two. The second.
Hello my name is Tom Peckelpent and I am here to day to share with you an essay I've written about why I should be whitelisted in the newbie forum.
All of us reading this at one point in their lifes were newbies on the bitcoin forum. Through magic, or other special means, we eventually posted 5 posts and waited the four hours necessary to get automatically whitelisted. However, some of us also made whitelist requests. I would like to point out that of all the people here now who made whitelist requests and are now no longer newbies, all of them eventually initiated into the forums. I therefore pitch, solicit and tender in good faith that I be whitelisted because that’s how things get done around here.

Even Dr. Obvious would tell you that as long as you keep your nose clean and keep a stiff upper lip, that you too can become a part of this forum. I'd like to stake my little ground of bitcointalk.org territory, and in doing so I would like to engage breeding, civility, and conduct. Tact and usage are not far behind.

I don’t expect this request to be honored simply because I asked. There is a special reason about it. I want to increase the awareness of bitcoins within the bitcoin community. This does not only involve technical discussion but the gainful employment of politesse and punctilio. One must be the model of courtliness and gentility to emmanatise the eschatan. Good grace, habits, and politeness will be what I strive for here. And therefore I should be whitelisted. For this whitelisting to occur, several important steps must be taken. For example, did you know that bitcoins are not fungible? This means that some bitcoins are distinguishable from others and are assigned value contradictorily from others. This is not like how some coins are shiney and as a result are collected by children and small birds. It means that you can trace the transaction history all the way back to the block they were generated in. To prove this, one man recently paid two bitcoins for one bitcoin because someone bought a pizza for over $100,000 in bitcoins a few years ago.
Another thing most of you probably don’t know about bitcoins is that it is a community effort. Each one of us, large or small, fat or weak, has a role to play. If you want to see bitcoins succeed, take part in the community. You could help the development of bitcoins. You could talk to people in your school about bitcoins. As well you can think, there is a way to promote bitcoins. This is your responsibility as a member of this community. Don’t take your role lightly. Everything you say and do is important.

Of course, not all of us want to learn more about bitcoins. Some people don’t like to matriculate the new things. Others feel insecure when someone else tries to explain something to them so they fight back with nasty words. In such a case sometimes the best thing to do is ignore people. This is a very important thing you should consider. If someone is making you angry or you are upset at someone try to understand their point of view, and then ignore them. Once you have conquered their brains by understanding their position you can ignore them, since you will understand that you cannot change their mind. We must strive to realize that we are all human and not everyone always agrees. Sometimes it is best just to let people be to suffer on their own.

In conclusion I would like to request that I be whitelisted because I want to raise the general level of intelligence on these forums. Not everything is always black and white. People’s attention spans have been ruined by 15 second commercials. I remember a time when commercials were two minutes long, and they even had a plot. Forthwith, when someone sees a two minute commercial like the ShamWow guy people laugh and think it’s funny.
This is how we are.

If you enjoyed this essay please donate some bitcoins to me, Mr. Tom Peckelpent, at 16UZ4fCzkpMWWsyQ7aDjYSW5tTT6iDyFov. You may check this address to see how much money this story has generated by visiting blockchain.info/address/16UZ4fCzkpMWWsyQ7aDjYSW5tTT6iDyFov. Thank you and enjoy the New Year.
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January 01, 2013, 04:34:24 PM
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faceman: OK


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January 01, 2013, 06:12:48 PM
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Yo yo yo i Am ready to trade and buy. Did my time in newbie jail..Let me free..

But yeah can i get out of here Thanks A lot.
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January 03, 2013, 01:09:09 AM
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I would like to request to be whitelisted. I am well known in the Bitcoin community-my Twitter handle is @BitcoinByte and my website/blog is
www.bitcoinbyte.com

One of my defining Bitcoin posts (yesterday) has been re-tweeted many times.
 You can also google me on
"Michael Bitcoin"

Kind regards
Michael P

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January 03, 2013, 02:08:39 AM
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Hi, I purchased an HD 5970 from a user and would like to post feedback in his thread. Requesting the ability to post so I can leave feedback.
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January 03, 2013, 02:15:19 AM
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Hi, I purchased an HD 5970 from a user and would like to post feedback in his thread. Requesting the ability to post so I can leave feedback.

He bought it from me. I can vouch for PEMDAS. He is definitely not a newbie. Please whitelist him.
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January 03, 2013, 02:59:14 AM
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PEMDAS: OK
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January 03, 2013, 04:30:17 AM
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Hey!

i would like to be whitelisted too, ive been signed up quite a bit now and wanted to get access to the main forums so I can chat with others on starting a business. I have also already purchased a ton of bitcoins from TangibleCryptography as well so they can vouch for me. I'm looking forward to helping grow this industry!

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January 03, 2013, 01:42:45 PM
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Hey I'm a newbie to the forums but not to BTC. I'm a frequent trader in #bitcoin-otc, and I really would like to be able to post at the moment as I'm working on the ziggap.com site and would like to comment right now on the current bounty thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=134386.0
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January 03, 2013, 06:45:33 PM
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Hello there,

While I am new to these forums, I've lurked them for years. I'm regularly found on sealswithclubs, have contributed to a few bitcoin projects on github (https://github.com/bbqsamich), and am always doing my best to promote bitcoin on google+ (I'm part of the largest bitcoin community there as well), feel free to look me up on there.

I finally got an account and would like to be whitelisted so that I can post into the ASIC.COOP claims thread. As far as I know that is the only place I can speak with the maintainer of the stock (as was expressed in his/her email to me). I've replied via email without respose for a few days now, but I believe the email came from an anonymous no-reply box. Regardless of your decision, I'll continue to lurk around and, now that I have an account, contribute to the discussions where I can. I thank you for you time and consideration.
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January 04, 2013, 12:23:20 AM
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Hello,

Even though I am relatively new to bitcoin (started trading 3 months ago) I've come a long way.

I trade at Bitfloor and as an example of my understanding of bitcoin I would direct you to my web-based automatic trading application that I am currently developing.

Please go to http://BTC4me.com to check it out.

I feel like I do have a lot to offer beyond the newbie forums. I hope you agree.

Thanks,
Jay

http://SpottedMarley.com

http://BTC4me.com
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January 04, 2013, 07:40:52 PM
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If you have a need to be allowed into the forum beyond before you have completed the required 5 posts and 4 hours logged in, please post your request here. You must provide evidence that shows that you either understand more about Bitcoin than the average newbie,

Well, it'd be nice, and I think I understand bitcoin more than the average newbie (even though I'm probably asking a stupid question on the thread I started here in the newbie forum).  But I can wait. Smiley  Four hours is not that long, and this is my fifth post (which is why I'm making it).

I've dug through the bitcoin client source code and the code for bitcoinj.  I'm particularly intrigued in how the nodes in the network peer with each other, locating seed nodes through DNS lookups (formerly through IRC - I didn't understand that IRC wasn't used anymore until I did some heavy reading).  I don't quite get yet how the blocks in the chain are exchanged, but I'm hoping to figure that out soon.  I'd like to try my hand at implementing a bitcoin-like mockup prototype some time soon, not compatible with bitcoin, but basically working my way through the concepts in the whitepaper.

I get a kick out of bitcoinj's generate node function, with a comment stating that of course you could never use this for real mining.  It's still educational. Smiley

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January 04, 2013, 10:19:07 PM
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Finally caught back up...

ianchudson: OK
w00ty: OK
Walter Rothbard: OK
mvj: OK
jcc: OK
WalrusBaller: OK
SpottedMarley: OK
smellymoo: OK
BitcoinByte: OK
bbqsamich: OK
dparrish: OK

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January 04, 2013, 10:26:08 PM
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Thanks, Maged!

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January 04, 2013, 10:35:33 PM
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Finally caught back up...

bbqsamich: OK

Sweet, thanks!

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January 05, 2013, 04:19:45 AM
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I'm really interested in further browsing and posting in the forums. I'm trying to buy a few BTC, but it seems I can't post in that section because I have to wait 4 hours and have 5 posts. I know a lot more than the average newbie, I've gotten the 5 postcount by giving my input in the newbie sections about controversial topics, and I've posted in a few people asking about the trading business giving them proper trading practices to follow, to ensure they don't get scammed. I know all the basics of BTC's from researching on and off for the past few months, and I wish I had found this forum earlier because I've been on a few other forums trying to buy BTC's with no luck. Thank you so much for the consideration, I hope to be granted permission to post in the market section Smiley

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January 05, 2013, 06:11:06 AM
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I learned everything I know about Bitcoin from that "Good Wife" episode, thank you very much.

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January 06, 2013, 12:52:32 AM
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Hello,

I've been here for quite a while now. Would love to see more access and be able to participate in community as it was meant to be. Looking forward to whitelisting. thanks!
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January 06, 2013, 05:46:05 AM
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Hi, I would like to be whitelisted.

Ive made a few posts already and I just dont wanna sit here an update the page for 2hours more.. hehe.

If something could be done that would be great Smiley
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January 06, 2013, 05:41:21 PM
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im trying to get tech support for poolservj and cant lol im stuck in jail on bitcoin talk. lol if we can fix this that would be great.

thanks!

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