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April 14, 2013, 02:55:09 AM
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one key difference.

https://www.foodler.com/user/Bitcoin.do
This site did not accept know about bitcoin in 2011
It Just popped up today on thebitcinreview.com.

Food for thought!  Cheesy

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April 14, 2013, 03:11:08 AM
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one key difference.

https://www.foodler.com/user/Bitcoin.do
This site did not accept know about bitcoin in 2011
It Just popped up today on thebitcinreview.com.

Food for thought!  Cheesy

Ordered from it yesterday Smiley

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April 14, 2013, 05:36:28 AM
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The big difference between now and 2011?...a new group of suckers.


Same get rich quick attitude, same "new paradigm" talk, just different people.

What's old is new again.  Roll Eyes

Says the guy who:

1. Has  bitcointalk forum account

2. Has  bitcoin address in his signature

hmm yes you can be a part of that vision too lol.

God damn it smoothie! you always say what I want to! haha. Smoothie FTW


so a bear that wants coins to drop to 10 no to 5 no to 1 no to 25 cents no to .00000001 no even lower. even though you have a bitcoin add as a signature, "hey give me your bitcoins so I can not make money off them". tell me mr bear at what point do you stop being a bear and become a bull? if its up to you they would be as worthless as a picture of a bear in a dollar bill? if your wish comes true then you will have to troll some other Internet sight.... does the DOW or S&P 500 have little forums dedicated to there cause? how adorable you would be in there, with your little avatar picture and your whitty contributions. and at the bottom you could have your stock account number so people can give you money or stocks for the stock you are complaining about. 
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April 14, 2013, 06:13:05 AM
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so a bear that wants coins to drop to 10 no to 5 no to 1 no to 25 cents no to .00000001 no even lower.

Is that what I want?

Please tell me more about how I feel about things, you obviously know me better than I know myself.  Roll Eyes

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April 14, 2013, 08:04:07 AM
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one key difference.

https://www.foodler.com/user/Bitcoin.do
This site did not accept know about bitcoin in 2011
It Just popped up today on thebitcinreview.com.

Food for thought!  Cheesy

Valid at all 12,041 Foodler restaurants!

Incredible!

You're feeding your family with your BTC mining rig.

Next possible move would be shelter and security.

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April 14, 2013, 08:09:39 AM
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one key difference.

https://www.foodler.com/user/Bitcoin.do
This site did not accept know about bitcoin in 2011
It Just popped up today on thebitcinreview.com.

Food for thought!  Cheesy

Valid at all 12,041 Foodler restaurants!

Incredible!

You're feeding your family with your BTC mining rig.

Next possible move would be shelter and security.

Shelter is getting there Smiley

http://www.9flats.com
https://www.aepropertymanage.com/index.html
http://altamira21.com/inicio/
http://bitcoin.travel/listing-category/real-world-bitcoin-businesses/accommodation-bitcoin/
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April 15, 2013, 07:01:17 PM
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one key difference.

https://www.foodler.com/user/Bitcoin.do
This site did not accept know about bitcoin in 2011
It Just popped up today on thebitcinreview.com.

Food for thought!  Cheesy

Valid at all 12,041 Foodler restaurants!

Incredible!

You're feeding your family with your BTC mining rig.

Next possible move would be shelter and security.

Shelter is getting there Smiley

http://www.9flats.com
https://www.aepropertymanage.com/index.html
http://altamira21.com/inicio/
http://bitcoin.travel/listing-category/real-world-bitcoin-businesses/accommodation-bitcoin/
I am quoting this post so that I can find it later.

If there is something that will make Bitcoin succeed, it is growth of utility - greater quantity and variety of goods and services offered for BTC. If there is something that will make Bitcoin fail, it is the prevalence of users convinced that BTC is a magic box that will turn them into millionaires, and of the con-artists who have followed them here to devour them.
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