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June 13, 2011, 01:43:03 AM
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For threads like this -

MORE DDoS on Deepbit?
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=15318.0

I bet there's a guy . . .
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=16030.0

Anyone have an explanation for the growing "anonymous" pool of miners?
http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=15761.0

* No offense to the thread starts, of course, but the content of the thread quickly shifted into entertainment. Smiley
.... not to mention most of these belong elsewhere, anyway - such as Bitcoin Discussion.

Alternate names for the Entertainment subforum could include:

"I think this is funny and someone will take it seriously"

"CONSPIRACY THEORY - Starring Mel Gibson and Patrick Stewart"

"Wildly illogical rants about Deepbit aka 51% Conspiracy aka The Government is Double-spending by Using Mind Rays on Tycho"

"Complexity Is Directly Related to Price per Coin"

"Proselytize KWh" aka "Cult of the Kill-a-Watt" aka "Paying $0 for CPU mining - you can't explain that" aka "You'll get fired for distributed processing projects on PCs that aren't in your home!"

"I think my pool is cheating me even though the statistics and costs are clearly printed somewhere"

"OMG a young market is shifting!"

"I just got here - am I rich yet?"

.... and finally -

"I have absolutely not professional I.T. experience and have been alive for fewer years than Linux but it's pretty much the facts that I know better than you - PS who has infrastructure larger than a few PCs in their bedroom?"

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