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February 26, 2018, 11:06:42 AM

Can somebody spread the news, that every time someone sells a bitcoin, a sweet little puppy will die, until we are above 15k?  Grin

At least, maybe it is worth a try.
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February 26, 2018, 11:15:25 AM
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Can somebody spread the news, that every time someone sells a bitcoin, a sweet little puppy will die, until we are above 15k?  Grin

At least, maybe it is worth a try.



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February 26, 2018, 11:18:56 AM
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which way, rumours of your choosing (or are they)

exchanges do not hold enough bitcoin to cover accounts

or

central banks to collapse - debt too high, banks bought too much stock, "NO MORE BAIL OUTS"



let's do both. as they are both true. either way this is good news for bitcoin.

did not mean to doubt ferret ferocity. they are v small though. ferret jokes abounded in my youth and basically reduced to 'you southern softies win because you have perfected the suckling method whereby the kits are trained from youth to er suckle on anything and everything for er a reward' 'no you northern numpties do that'

but let me offend another nation and another gender: An Irish ferret trainer wins all the medals and prizes at ferret events. He is known for smuggling them across the border to the North where the ferrets are better-bred, but no one knows how he manages this feat, as the customs guards always search everyone's trousers for ferrets. After many years of coming second, his great competitor asks him how he does it. 'Oh sure I just get my wife to smuggle them in in her trousers, to be sure, them feckers don't look there for ferrets.' 'But what about the smell?' 'Well sure now 'tis only a game. If they die, they die.'
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February 26, 2018, 11:21:20 AM


which way, rumours of your choosing (or are they)

exchanges do not hold enough bitcoin to cover accounts

or

central banks to collapse - debt too high, banks bought too much stock, "NO MORE BAIL OUTS"



let's do both. as they are both true. either way this is good news for bitcoin.

did not mean to doubt ferret ferocity. they are v small though. ferret jokes abounded in my youth and basically reduced to 'you southern softies win because you have perfected the suckling method whereby the kits are trained from youth to er suckle on anything and everything for er a reward' 'no you northern numpties do that'

but let me offend another nation and another gender: An Irish ferret trainer wins all the medals and prizes at ferret events. He is known for smuggling them across the border to the North where the ferrets are better-bred, but no one knows how he manages this feat, as the customs guards always search everyone's trousers for ferrets. After many years of coming second, his great competitor asks him how he does it. 'Oh sure I just get my wife to smuggle them in in her trousers, to be sure, them feckers don't look there for ferrets.' 'But what about the smell?' 'Well if they die, they die.'

'Well if they die, they die.'

hopefully the time has come to turn the table

could you imagine decentralizing it all

no facebook between messages
no exchange between trades
no uber between rides

etc etc etc

note: whomever creates these platforms..

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February 26, 2018, 11:26:14 AM

Here’s something to rile up the NRA members in the thread.




I like you HairyMaclairy, but two can play at this game.

Let's make sure to outlaw guns in America, so instead of being alive today these two poor women would now be dead at the hands of a thug thief:

https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2018/02/25/liquor-store-owner-shoots-robber-weekend-express.hln

And no, I'm not an NRA member.
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February 26, 2018, 11:28:13 AM
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Here’s something to rile up the NRA members in the thread.




I like you HairyMaclairy, but two can play at this game.

Let's make sure to outlaw guns in America, so instead of being alive today these two poor women would now be dead at the hands of a thug thief:

https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2018/02/25/liquor-store-owner-shoots-robber-weekend-express.hln

hate the guns, should only own them if trained or necessary

like i don't know, when four cops stand down and leave you unprotected

bit hard to ask someone to hand in their guns then.
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February 26, 2018, 11:38:02 AM

I sense a disturbance in the blockchain.

I have a feeling we're setting up for moonshot this week.

Won't be upset if you're right mate Smiley
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February 26, 2018, 11:39:16 AM

Can somebody spread the news, that every time someone sells a bitcoin, a sweet little puppy will die, until we are above 15k?  Grin

At least, maybe it is worth a try.





For that Meme, you earned a merit Cheesy
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February 26, 2018, 11:57:56 AM

hate the guns, should only own them if trained or necessary
like i don't know, when four cops stand down and leave you unprotected
bit hard to ask someone to hand in their guns then.

You need training and class-time for legal concealed in most States, as far as I am aware. Not to mention fingerprinting, and entrance into a national database. Tied to your drivers license usually.

I was out at nice dinner with a couple friends the other night, and was talking to one of my other carrying buddies after noticing that we were seated directly with eye-line to the front door. Our partners backs were facing the door, looking towards the back of the restaurant.

Talk eventually turned to all the anti Second Amendment sentiment floating around right now after the recent shooting in Florida.

Then we were all like...

Broheim: (Notices me eyeballing the fancy restaurant entrance)
Me: "You carrying right now ?"
Broheim: "You know it. .40 S&W"
Me: "Lulz. .45 Kimber @ 4pm on me"
Broheim: "I pity whoever decides to walk through that door trying to start some shit"
Me: "Goddamn I love this country"
(Both of us continue eating our juicy medium-rare steaks)

Sounds just like the wild west.

Its a shame the attacks on your citizens has led to more and more people owning guns

Necessary but avoidable

smarter people in key positions

when someone posts and tips of your federal officers, well avoidable


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February 26, 2018, 12:00:14 PM
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Somehow in UK (and oz?) most of the thugs and the druggies were disarmed of their handguns and sawnoffs. There is almost zero danger of an armed robbery in a shop or restaurant. Yes someone brandishes a hand axe here and there or a samurai sword. Effectively no gun violence at all.

(The gentry here have now gone back to being the only ones who are armed to the teeth. Their safes and car boots (trunks) are stuffed with the finest Purdeys and Holland&Hollands.)

But it is very different in the US. You have believed in guns for a long time. You could never trust each other enough to hand over your guns. Things have gone way too far to achieve a UK-level of quietude or pussification (take your pick).
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Last edit: February 26, 2018, 12:51:09 PM by conspirosphere.tk

smarter people in key positions

The dumb are not those in key positions.



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February 26, 2018, 12:37:38 PM

I sense a disturbance in the blockchain.

I have a feeling we're setting up for moonshot this week.

Strangely i feel this disturbance also. From weeks of feeling fud, there is suddenly a feeling of calmness / optimism in my mood.
Its also been awhile since tether printed anything from a high of $100million + per week not so long ago.
No one wants a tether pump of course but if it happens, i feel the timing is right
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February 26, 2018, 12:44:53 PM

Here’s something to rile up the NRA members in the thread.




I like you HairyMaclairy, but two can play at this game.

Let's make sure to outlaw guns in America, so instead of being alive today these two poor women would now be dead at the hands of a thug thief:

https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/2018/02/25/liquor-store-owner-shoots-robber-weekend-express.hln

And no, I'm not an NRA member.
It doesn't matter. There is no getting rid of guns once they are widespread. Just tell anti-gunners to suck it up and do something useful with their lives.
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February 26, 2018, 12:45:45 PM

I'm feeling too relaxed right now.  I'll argue with you later Torque and Bob Grin  Edit:  you too Ibian.  
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February 26, 2018, 12:59:52 PM

I sense a disturbance in the blockchain.

I have a feeling we're setting up for moonshot this week.

Strangely i feel this disturbance also. From weeks of feeling fud, there is suddenly a feeling of calmness / optimism in my mood.
Its also been awhile since tether printed anything from a high of $100million + per week not so long ago.
No one wants a tether pump of course but if it happens, i feel the timing is right

There is no need for new tethers for now. During the tether FUD, crypto was converted for half a billion tethers. A quarter of a billion of the tethers went back to Bitfinex during the pump to 11.8K. Now a quarter of a billion remains (see https://omniexplorer.info/lookupadd.aspx?address=1KYiKJEfdJtap9QX2v9BXJMpz2SfU4pgZw&page=1) that will go for another pump (13-15K). The last bear attempt was very dissapointing for them, clearly no one is willing to sell below 9K anymore. This is good and the new bull run is about to start soon.
Edit: While I was writing the post BTC jumped form 9.68 to 10K!
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February 26, 2018, 12:59:57 PM

some rocket or honeybadgers images required now.
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February 26, 2018, 01:00:30 PM

$10000 in 4 hours confirmed
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February 26, 2018, 01:01:35 PM

Knew I should have bought $600 down. Oh well.
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February 26, 2018, 01:03:09 PM

Knew I should have bought $600 down. Oh well.

The weak selling vol over the weekend wasn't enough to convince you? And the random shitcoin pumps?
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February 26, 2018, 01:03:38 PM

Hello 10k.  I'm with you again.  Figures since I sent some cash to GDAX and it hasn't cleared yet.
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