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January 06, 2015, 04:48:48 PM

...bollox...twat...numpties.

You seem agitated, empowering.  Why not take some time to cool off?  Go to that safe happy place in your mind, maybe think about all the money Bitcoin's making you Smiley
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January 06, 2015, 04:49:33 PM

Try RPIETILAs Wall Observer Thread, a lot less trolling there.

What on earth is going on with the influx of trolls,  it is beyond a joke.

Thread is totally fucked.

Cannot even see why the trolls bother, they are just trolling eachother.

Absolute freaks.


the fear must be great with those...

Well,  it only makes sense under one light, I cannot believe even disturbed mental patients would spend this much time and effort, all I know is that the forum should take control, filter newbie troll accounts etc. There is a market out there to replace this thread with one that is actually readable. Personally I am going to replace this thread with weekly attendance at btc meet-up, like to see one of these trolls turn up there and start behaving like twats to my face, they would receive my boot in their bollox tbh
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January 06, 2015, 04:51:31 PM

What on earth is going on with the influx of trolls,  it is beyond a joke.

Thread is totally fucked.

Cannot even see why the trolls bother, they are just trolling eachother.

Absolute freaks.


the fear must be great with those...

Well,  it only makes sense under one light, I cannot believe even disturbed mental patients would spend this much time and effort, all I know is that the forum should take control, filter newbie troll accounts etc. There is a market out there to replace this thread with one that is actually readable. Personally I am going to replace this thread with weekly attendance at btc meet-up, like to see one of these trolls turn up there and start behaving like twats to my face, they would receive my boot in their bollox tbh

Much freedom of speech , no restriction such bitcoin community
End much government control , such same , amazing violence.

Freedom of speech is fine, act like a crazy intrusive lunatic,  taking the absolute piss, and basically do not expect anything but a reasoned boot in the bollox... I suggest you go down to the local pub and run around shouting bullshit in people's faces and see where it gets you... But no, it's more you guys style to twat around hiding behind a keyboard like frightened cowards. Absolute numpties.

Much dislike for anonymity you have little bitcoindawan...such shame to see you using so much violence.

But wait , speaking about how you would do that and that to any troll in real life, that much remind me of an amazing keyboard warrior. Falllling in the same pattern you are , the trolling in strong in you.

Yeah yeah, whatever mate I am perfectly happy with who and what I am... And yeah if you were behaving like an absolute jackass to my face,  in person, then one of us would be in trouble,  no doubt about that sunshine.

Just a pity retards like you won't fuck off and stop trolling the absolute shit out of this thread, is my point, and frankly I am not wasting my time with a troll fuckwit like you any longer. So on you go.

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January 06, 2015, 04:51:50 PM

From a value-oriented investing perspective (best represented by Warren Buffett), the value of one bitcoin is zero. Who is being more rational here, the bull or the bear?

now that is just ignorance at an appalling level.  w.b. would smack you down.

I said that bitcoin is a mirage, and yet you keep falling for it. A fool and his money...

It's not only Bitcoin having problems this Christmas, so are banks and credit cards. Morgan Stanley said an employee stole sensitive data on 350,000 clients; Chick-fil-A confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach.

http://www.networkworld.com/article/2864856/microsoft-subnet/beginning-2015-with-a-bang-of-3-breaches-bitstamp-morgan-stanley-chick-fil-a.html

Morgan Stanley fired an employee who stole the account names, numbers and transaction data on 350,000 clients; the insider crook’s plan was allegedly to sell customers’ data.

The breach was discovered and reported to authorities on Dec. 27, after Morgan Stanley discovered sensitive data for over 900 clients on the Internet.

Chick-fil-A -- which operates restaurants in 1,850 locations over 41 states and D.C. -- has confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach. In a public statement, Chick-fil-A said it discovered "unusual activity" on December 19th after being notified of “limited suspicious payment card activity appearing to originate from payment cards used at a few of our restaurants.”
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January 06, 2015, 04:52:23 PM

...bollox...twat...numpties.

You seem agitated, empowering.  Why not take some time to cool off?  Go to that safe happy place in your mind, maybe think about all the money Bitcoin's making you Smiley

I happened to have ground up lambs lungs & heart served in a lambs stomach for breakfast this morning.



haggis toastie....... boom!
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January 06, 2015, 04:53:27 PM

I told you all bitcoin had no underlying value, but did you listen? Of course not. A fool and his money.

Invest in low cost index funds. It's not pretty, but this slow growth is the key to wealth. Do you think I was born a billionaire? No. You need to loose money before you know how to make money. Hopefully you learned your lessons good and will make wise decision from now on.
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January 06, 2015, 04:53:35 PM

Try RPIETILAs Wall Observer Thread, a lot less trolling there.



It also comes with an RPG  , a castle in the woods , a pink super car , free prescriptions , stolen not stolen laptops with without coins , a few months free treatment in a 6 star hotel where there is plush even on the walls .. and many more
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January 06, 2015, 04:54:09 PM

...bollox...twat...numpties.

You seem agitated, empowering.  Why not take some time to cool off?  Go to that safe happy place in your mind, maybe think about all the money Bitcoin's making you Smiley

I happened to have ground up lambs lungs & heart served in a lambs stomach for breakfast this morning.



haggis toastie....... boom!

It's supposed to be served with tatties and neeps, not rabbit food.
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January 06, 2015, 04:55:06 PM

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I happened to have ground up lambs lungs & heart served in a lambs stomach for breakfast this morning.

http://shrineodreams.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/haggis.jpg

haggis toastie....... boom!

Sure bull, and I got your balls.  Hungry?

http://s7.postimg.org/lt84fbap7/Capture.jpg

*Pic taken in the Austrian School cafeteria Smiley
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January 06, 2015, 04:55:20 PM

From a value-oriented investing perspective (best represented by Warren Buffett), the value of one bitcoin is zero. Who is being more rational here, the bull or the bear?

now that is just ignorance at an appalling level.  w.b. would smack you down.

I said that bitcoin is a mirage, and yet you keep falling for it. A fool and his money...

It's not only Bitcoin having problems this Christmas, so are banks and credit cards. Morgan Stanley said an employee stole sensitive data on 350,000 clients; Chick-fil-A confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach.

http://www.networkworld.com/article/2864856/microsoft-subnet/beginning-2015-with-a-bang-of-3-breaches-bitstamp-morgan-stanley-chick-fil-a.html

Morgan Stanley fired an employee who stole the account names, numbers and transaction data on 350,000 clients; the insider crook’s plan was allegedly to sell customers’ data.

The breach was discovered and reported to authorities on Dec. 27, after Morgan Stanley discovered sensitive data for over 900 clients on the Internet.

Chick-fil-A -- which operates restaurants in 1,850 locations over 41 states and D.C. -- has confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach. In a public statement, Chick-fil-A said it discovered "unusual activity" on December 19th after being notified of “limited suspicious payment card activity appearing to originate from payment cards used at a few of our restaurants.”

Has Morgan Stanley been closed for two days after this breach? =))))))
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January 06, 2015, 04:58:11 PM

Cannot even see why the trolls bother

50 cents is a lot of money for some people.

Multiply that by 5000 posts.

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January 06, 2015, 04:59:58 PM

I told you all bitcoin had no underlying value, but did you listen? Of course not. A fool and his money.

Invest in low cost index funds. It's not pretty, but this slow growth is the key to wealth. Do you think I was born a billionaire? No. You need to *loose money before you know how to make money. Hopefully you *learned your lessons good and will make wise *decision from now on.

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January 06, 2015, 05:01:23 PM

...bollox...twat...numpties.

You seem agitated, empowering.  Why not take some time to cool off?  Go to that safe happy place in your mind, maybe think about all the money Bitcoin's making you Smiley

I happened to have ground up lambs lungs & heart served in a lambs stomach for breakfast this morning.



haggis toastie....... boom!

It's supposed to be served with tatties and neeps, not rabbit food.

I'll hae the tatties but ya can keep yer neaps, but not for breakfast, that's what the toastie is for Smiley

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January 06, 2015, 05:01:53 PM

Sure bull, and I got your balls.  

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January 06, 2015, 05:02:10 PM

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50 cents is a lot of money for some people.
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Now that ur Beanie Babies Bitcoinz r worthless, that job must be lookin' awful good... Cheesy
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January 06, 2015, 05:02:50 PM

This idiot has written 5500 posts + all his sock puppets another 5k easily.
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January 06, 2015, 05:04:13 PM

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I happened to have ground up lambs lungs & heart served in a lambs stomach for breakfast this morning.



haggis toastie....... boom!

Sure bull, and I got your balls.  Hungry?



*Pic taken in the Austrian School cafeteria Smiley

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January 06, 2015, 05:04:43 PM

Cannot even see why the trolls bother

50 cents is a lot of money for some people.

Multiply that by 5000 posts.



Most of the trolls are not in signature campaigns.

So they don't get any reward at all by trolling
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January 06, 2015, 05:04:48 PM


Ur not fooling anyone, monter!  Those are the testicles of the boys you've slaughtered while hopped up on your erectile disfunction pills Angry
@elasticband Cheesy @ "cannibull"
 
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January 06, 2015, 05:04:55 PM

From a value-oriented investing perspective (best represented by Warren Buffett), the value of one bitcoin is zero. Who is being more rational here, the bull or the bear?

now that is just ignorance at an appalling level.  w.b. would smack you down.

I said that bitcoin is a mirage, and yet you keep falling for it. A fool and his money...

It's not only Bitcoin having problems this Christmas, so are banks and credit cards. Morgan Stanley said an employee stole sensitive data on 350,000 clients; Chick-fil-A confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach.

http://www.networkworld.com/article/2864856/microsoft-subnet/beginning-2015-with-a-bang-of-3-breaches-bitstamp-morgan-stanley-chick-fil-a.html

Morgan Stanley fired an employee who stole the account names, numbers and transaction data on 350,000 clients; the insider crook’s plan was allegedly to sell customers’ data.

The breach was discovered and reported to authorities on Dec. 27, after Morgan Stanley discovered sensitive data for over 900 clients on the Internet.

Chick-fil-A -- which operates restaurants in 1,850 locations over 41 states and D.C. -- has confirmed an investigation into a credit card breach. In a public statement, Chick-fil-A said it discovered "unusual activity" on December 19th after being notified of “limited suspicious payment card activity appearing to originate from payment cards used at a few of our restaurants.”

Has Morgan Stanley been closed for two days after this breach? =))))))

No, they are carrying on regardless. Probably by using a fractional reserve con to trick us in to believing they hold 100% of deposits. We should demand they prove they hold all customers funds and are not gambling them on dodgy investments like credit default swaps and derivatives.
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