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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.8%)
<$6,500 - 7 (6.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.9%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.7%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (5.4%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.6%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (10.8%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (11.7%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 6 (5.4%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (5.4%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (9.9%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 10 (9%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 7 (6.3%)
>$9,500 - 14 (12.6%)
$20,000 - 7 (6.3%)
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March 16, 2018, 03:32:59 AM

Alright, PM'ed but no blindfolds dude. I wouldn't want to miss the show  Wink

 Uhh. Wow. So he PM'd me his address.

 Shit just got real.

 So I guess now is a bad time to say "I was just kidding guys !", huh ?

 I don't think I've ever fucked up a "hunch" with Bitcoin this badly before...

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I think we all had the same hunch, I absolve you of any promises that concerns me. Ill buy my own drinks.
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March 16, 2018, 03:35:50 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.
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March 16, 2018, 03:38:20 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.


mmmmmmmmm

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March 16, 2018, 03:51:25 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.

Is that the only way we get him to buy the drink that he promised each and every one of us?
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March 16, 2018, 03:55:57 AM

It's like danish summer here in Wellington. By which I mean not-cold enough to go for a walk outdoors without regretting it, and cloudy most of the time.

I'm far more interested in the people. Spent the first few days just sleeping in my room, about to start exploring the city today.

Wellington weather is mostly shit ... and not representative of the rest of NZ ... like the people. Wellington is infested with gubmint drones and sundry other parasites living off ripping off taxpayers.
Looks like it. It's not really a bad place, may even objectively be better than where I'm from, but not getting any New Home vibes either. Too many whales and skinny hipsters. I keep thinking people like that should switch around their body weight, they would both be happier and healthier for it.
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March 16, 2018, 04:00:05 AM

This's interesting. We're no-where near the dotcom bubble yet in terms of market-cap:



I generally agree with this. The idea that it's the end of a great bubble conflicts with the capitalization of previous great bubbles. The South Sea Bubble went to $4tn in real terms and that was confined to a single country (albeit a world power then).

As Tera points out, we should include all crypto in the calculation, but at ~$850B the peak is still rather underwhelming as the finale of a global mania.
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Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

Once. I did it once when I was 12 years old. This was pre-internet days; a dial-up BBS meet-up in the 80s.

Wow was that awkward. These guys were NOTHING like I imagined from their online personas. Granted, I was pretty fucking naive.

Some things are just better left imagined.


Yeah well kids act out when they get online because it's the only place they can. I remember that. These days I am what you see, I'll talk about jews in person as easily as here.
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Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

Once. I did it once when I was 12 years old. This was pre-internet days; a dial-up BBS meet-up in the 80s.

Wow was that awkward. These guys were NOTHING like I imagined from their online personas. Granted, I was pretty fucking naive.

Some things are just better left imagined.

Yeah well kids act out when they get online because it's the only place they can. I remember that. These days I am what you see, I'll talk about jews in person as easily as here.

No, you probably won't even if you only have a minimum sense of savour faire, as I would presume everyone does.

My experience is that people tend to avoid (unnecessary) conflict IRL. It's not worth it.
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March 16, 2018, 04:32:39 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.
Is that the only way we get him to buy the drink that he promised each and every one of us?

TBH, if there was ever a WO meetup somewhere in Vegas, and a house is rented, we should contact Endemol or some other company to make a documentary/reality show out of it.

I'll throw at least 0.5 BTC towards the alcohol budget.

I have a feeling it'd probably be a really lame meetup TBH. I'm not a very social person and generally hate most everyone IRL.
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March 16, 2018, 04:36:41 AM

The manipulation is comming to a temporary stop.



The Bix Weir findings are very very instresting.

"The trustee money coming back?"

Must listen..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbSq5YV4W_E&feature=em-uploademail

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Bix Weir is a fucking moron.

I have no doubt the Gox shenanigans. is a real market influence, but whoever that show host is offends me with his level of blockheadedness.
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March 16, 2018, 04:39:44 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.
Is that the only way we get him to buy the drink that he promised each and every one of us?

TBH, if there was ever a WO meetup somewhere in Vegas, and a house is rented, we should contact Endemol or some other company to make a documentary/reality show out of it.

I'll throw at least 0.5 BTC towards the alcohol budget.

I have a feeling it'd probably be a really lame meetup TBH. I'm not a very social person and generally hate most everyone IRL.

Do you realize we were talking about a $100K party?

0.5BTC would be $50K by then.... Quoting for posterity! Smiley
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Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

Once. I did it once when I was 12 years old. This was pre-internet days; a dial-up BBS meet-up in the 80s.

Wow was that awkward. These guys were NOTHING like I imagined from their online personas. Granted, I was pretty fucking naive.

Some things are just better left imagined.


Yeah well kids act out when they get online because it's the only place they can. I remember that. These days I am what you see, I'll talk about jews in person as easily as here.


Themz R B fightin wurds!!!!


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March 16, 2018, 04:41:57 AM

First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.
Is that the only way we get him to buy the drink that he promised each and every one of us?

TBH, if there was ever a WO meetup somewhere in Vegas, and a house is rented, we should contact Endemol or some other company to make a documentary/reality show out of it.

I'll throw at least 0.5 BTC towards the alcohol budget.

I have a feeling it'd probably be a really lame meetup TBH. I'm not a very social person and generally hate most everyone IRL.

I am more likeable online, too.

And, that ain't saying much.   Wink Cheesy
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Do you realize we were talking about a $100K party?
0.5BTC would be $50K by then.... Quoting for posterity! Smiley

Oh, sheeit. LOL. I must have missed the "$100k Party" part.

$50k of booze in one night ? Is that even possible ? Without anyone dying ?

EDIT: Now, if the devils weed is legally available in Nevada, that could be fun doing $25k of booze and $25k of edibles/veggies.
EDIT2: Yep. Legal in Nevada. https://potguide.com/nevada/marijuana-laws/
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March 16, 2018, 05:14:56 AM

Make it on Las Vegas during summer and I'm sold. Probably the only place in the world that could stand the assorted and extravagant bunch of us celebrating that awesome milestone in the most extreme and extravagant ways Smiley

Maybe we could even hire the Vodoo Lounge at the Rio (51st floor) just for our party.

Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

Yea. I had a good buddy from WOW. My wife and I spent more time playing with this dude than anyone else. One day he mentioned something about where he lived and we were like ummm that sounds familiar... turns out he lived, and I kid you not, about 20 minutes away. So we met up. 2 other dudes from guild lived in the same area cuz they where his IRL friends brought into guild. It was fun enough. We watched a few movies. It wasn't the greatest thing ever or anything. We only did it the one time. But it was fine. I still see him pretty often since he works at my local gunshop now and I do love to loiter at the gun shop. But let's be honest, I'm there for the guns not him.
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March 16, 2018, 05:26:38 AM

We may all be introverted nerds but we are the razors edge of the future. And for better or worse were all here sharing this together.  I think it would be crazy fun.  Just watching some of you play craps would be worth it.

I'm in if the 100k party happens.

I'll pitch in .01 to .05 worth when that day comes.

It would make the damn news.
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March 16, 2018, 05:41:19 AM

Damn, and I missed the BTC1k party.
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March 16, 2018, 05:42:27 AM

Make it on Las Vegas during summer and I'm sold. Probably the only place in the world that could stand the assorted and extravagant bunch of us celebrating that awesome milestone in the most extreme and extravagant ways Smiley

Maybe we could even hire the Vodoo Lounge at the Rio (51st floor) just for our party.

Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

 I was involved in arranging/attending a BBS party and it was pretty cool.  The difference being that everyone resided within the local calling codes of the BBS.  What was most surprising was that there were no surprises.  Even though we were anonymous and had nicknames, people were pretty much the same as their online personas.  I left the party a little too early though because apparently i missed Rapunzel's table dance.   Cry  If i remember correctly, she was the resident cat lady; an eccentric artist.

Confirmed.

I regularly do RL meetups of folk from the Second Life music community. We take over a hotel and jam, drink, and bullshit for a weekend. Jams all over the planet, about two a quarter. Of  course, everyone in SL is 25 and beautiful. Outside, we're a motley assemblage. But peoples are peoples - pretty much the same in SL or in RL.
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March 16, 2018, 05:45:43 AM

Make it on Las Vegas during summer and I'm sold. Probably the only place in the world that could stand the assorted and extravagant bunch of us celebrating that awesome milestone in the most extreme and extravagant ways Smiley

Maybe we could even hire the Vodoo Lounge at the Rio (51st floor) just for our party.

Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

https://i.imgur.com/gRcfSZub.jpg

Maybe rent one of these perhaps..the Howard Hughes seems apropos.


https://www.privateislandsonline.com/islands_for_rent

#justsayin'
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I'm not a very social person and generally hate most everyone IRL.

Gotta say I find this somewhat surprising.
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