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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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100% - 11 (8.1%)
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March 05, 2018, 01:58:30 AM
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Edit:  Torque I would say 59 dead and 500+ wounded is pretty effective.  That’s almost 9/11 level shit and it only took one angry white guy to do it.

Fired for less than 10 minutes total, at 500 yards, with 2-3 large 30 sec to 1 min length long breaks of no firing at all.

Count. The. Number. Of. Rounds. He. Would. Need. To. Fire. In. That. Timespan.

Do. The. Fucking. Probability. To. Hit. Each. Target. At. That. Range. Math.

And. Then. Wake. The. Fuck. Up.

Or go watch CNN some more Tongue
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Personally, I'm in the camp of believing the shootings and most other "terror acts" are manufactured by the state.  Sure, all the medication people take now days is likely a large contributor if it's not entirely manufactured but I'm still leaning towards a state manufactured agenda. Seriously, are shootings just getting popular with the youth like eating Tide balls? Common, I truly don't believe so many people are slipping on the same banana.
History does not repeat but it rhymes. You think we could have gotten support to invade the Middle East without 9/11? And they're still there?
I call BS  
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAuooUf5G6I
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March 05, 2018, 02:30:02 AM
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...  It is an asymmetric situation where arming the crowd with handguns for protection achieves nothing.  

By allowing people govt to create asymmetric situations like these, you are stopping people citizenry from defending themselves.  ...

I'm glad at least someone here understands the reasoning behind the second amendment ...
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_conspiracy_theories
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March 05, 2018, 02:34:27 AM

OMG, I just woke up and surprised to see that the topic of guns is still running smooth in here. We might have to change the title to "Guns Observer USA" if more of this continues. Roll Eyes Let's just get back to the topic guys, to the bitcoin.

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March 05, 2018, 02:37:03 AM

OMG, I just woke up and surprised to see that the topic of guns is still running smooth in here. We might have to change the title to "Guns Observer USA" if more of this continues. Roll Eyes Let's just get back to the topic guys, to the bitcoin.



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March 05, 2018, 02:44:45 AM

Personally, I'm in the camp of believing the shootings and most other "terror acts" are manufactured by the state.  Sure, all the medication people take now days is likely a large contributor if it's not entirely manufactured but I'm still leaning towards a state manufactured agenda. Seriously, are shootings just getting popular with the youth like eating Tide balls? Common, I truly don't believe so many people are slipping on the same banana.
History does not repeat but it rhymes. You think we could have gotten support to invade the Middle East without 9/11? And they're still there?
I call BS  

Absolutely agree.  Issue is with criminal elements of our government, not guns.  Heck we civilians need guns to safeguard ourselves from the criminals in our government until they are all outed!

http://themillenniumreport.com/2018/02/full-metal-garb-the-real-shooters-was-a-professionally-outfitted-military-commando/
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March 05, 2018, 02:45:23 AM

Bitfinex 100+BTC wall eaten, replenished, and eaten again. Free to go now.

Oh, replenished again.... Someone is cashing out a lot it seems.
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March 05, 2018, 02:45:51 AM

Personally, I'm in the camp of believing the shootings and most other "terror acts" are manufactured by the state.  Sure, all the medication people take now days is likely a large contributor if it's not entirely manufactured but I'm still leaning towards a state manufactured agenda. Seriously, are shootings just getting popular with the youth like eating Tide balls? Common, I truly don't believe so many people are slipping on the same banana.
History does not repeat but it rhymes. You think we could have gotten support to invade the Middle East without 9/11? And they're still there?
I call BS  


Ding Ding!  You have highlighted a common denominator!  All (AFAIK) were on/had used psycho drugs.
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OMG, I just woke up and surprised to see that the topic of guns is still running smooth in here.

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March 05, 2018, 02:49:01 AM

Just got a phone call from a contact in the mining industry.  He has built a water pipeline in a third world country and has been paid several million USD equivalent in local currency. Now he wants to get his money out but is having problems due to forex controls.

He called me to see if I could find someway to sell him Bitcoin in exchange for the local currency.  I might need to contact one of the OTC desks to see if they take third world shit fiat.
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March 05, 2018, 02:50:26 AM

OMG, I just woke up and surprised to see that the topic of guns is still running smooth in here. We might have to change the title to "Guns Observer USA" if more of this continues. Roll Eyes Let's just get back to the topic guys, to the bitcoin.



No hype or FUD about BTC at the moment to get us all riled up. Bullish!  Grin
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March 05, 2018, 02:56:53 AM

While we wait for the 3 mio cockblock to become turgid...I suppose we could look at these charts.





Feedback requested.

I am seeing so many of these fractals now. Wonder if this our spring..the retractions I left out so as to be better able to focus on the golden spiral form.
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March 05, 2018, 02:57:50 AM

Long / shorts ratio just passed 2.0.  This is the entry point to a bull market.  


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March 05, 2018, 03:00:07 AM

Just got a phone call from a contact in the mining industry.  He has built a water pipeline in a third world country and has been paid several million USD equivalent in local currency. Now he wants to get his money out but is having problems due to forex controls.

He called me to see if I could find someway to sell him Bitcoin in exchange for the local currency.  I might need to contact one of the OTC desks to see if they take third world shit fiat.

Is your contact also a Nigerian prince?
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March 05, 2018, 03:02:55 AM

Long / shorts ratio just passed 2.0.  This is the entry point to a bull market.  



Doesn't that just mean its time to whale stomp all of those positions?  Or wait for a still higher ratio?
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March 05, 2018, 03:04:59 AM

Just got a phone call from a contact in the mining industry.  He has built a water pipeline in a third world country and has been paid several million USD equivalent in local currency. Now he wants to get his money out but is having problems due to forex controls.

He called me to see if I could find someway to sell him Bitcoin in exchange for the local currency.  I might need to contact one of the OTC desks to see if they take third world shit fiat.

Why would someone build anything without making sure, in first place, he can get the money out? Or is it that something changed in that country afterwards?

I am sure he will find someone to sell him the BTC.... for an astronomical premium most probably.

Would love to hear more about how it all develops.
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March 05, 2018, 03:11:46 AM

Long / shorts ratio just passed 2.0.  This is the entry point to a bull market.  



Doesn't that just mean its time to whale stomp all of those positions?  Or wait for a still higher ratio?

The fastest way for a whale to do this would be to short BTC. WThis would make the ratio go back more in favor of the shorts. It takes more BTC to just dump on the open market rather than using leverage for maximum effect. Shoot, you don't even need BTC to open a leveraged short position, a whole bunch of fiat would do.
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March 05, 2018, 03:14:40 AM

Is your contact also a Nigerian prince?

No he’s more of a princess than anything else.


Just got a phone call from a contact in the mining industry.  He has built a water pipeline in a third world country and has been paid several million USD equivalent in local currency. Now he wants to get his money out but is having problems due to forex controls.

He called me to see if I could find someway to sell him Bitcoin in exchange for the local currency.  I might need to contact one of the OTC desks to see if they take third world shit fiat.

Why would someone build anything without making sure, in first place, he can get the money out? Or is it that something changed in that country afterwards?

I am sure he will find someone to sell him the BTC.... for an astronomical premium most probably.

Would love to hear more about how it all develops.

They have gotten the money out in the past but they had to charter an airplane to do it.  He seems to think Bitcoin would be safer and more convenient.  I have asked some questions and will see what happens.   I suspect the answer will be no one wants the shitty local currency.
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