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normal that its boring we are all looking to the WORLD CUP or not ??   Grin

My mate has two tickets for the final of the World Cup 2018 but he is getting married on that day and cannot attend.

If anyone wants to go instead of him, it's at St Andrews Church in Brighton and the bride’s name is Sarah.

Cannot attend his wedding or to go to World Cup? Wink
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June 20, 2018, 09:21:29 PM

I decided to start thinking what would be killer apps for LN. Then satoshidice came to my mind... and it looks like there is already at least one:
 
https://twitter.com/_thunderdice

But this one seems to only run on testnet... aren't there any on live net yet?

Another thing that would be a great step towards adoption would be when one of the major BTC ATM players starts taking LN. They could even offer discounted fees for the early adopters. Wouldn't that be cool? *Instant* FIAT ramp with almost no tx fee and discounted conversion fee? I am sure we will see that.... probably sooner than we would bet.

What other ideas do you guys think would be killer apps for LN?

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Corn and other drugs

Consider cereal grains for a moment. Why grains like corn rapidly and extensively replaced traditional foods even though they were less nutritious and required more labour has been widely regarded as a puzzle; cultivation of cereal grains continued even when the abundance of more easily processed foodstuffs—such as meat and fruit—rendered it unnecessary. Well, foods like wheat and corn release exorphins when digested. It's been speculated daily opioid self-administration could have increased people’s tolerance of crowded sedentary conditions, of regular work, of subjugation by rulers. If so, corn might have ultimately helped the development of civilization.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4809873/



Fast forward... by extension they also likely figured out that corn syrup could be cheaply mass produced and when shoved into nearly every food product on the market, thus could spur over consumption of their over-priced garbage. Leading to the obesity and diabetes epidemic that we have today. Crowd tolerance and subjugation effects would be a bonus as well.

Is WALL-E the future?
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JUST A SMALL DOUBLE UP AND WE ARE THERE......... nothing more nothing less  Roll Eyes
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Corn and other drugs

Consider cereal grains for a moment. Why grains like corn rapidly and extensively replaced traditional foods even though they were less nutritious and required more labour has been widely regarded as a puzzle; cultivation of cereal grains continued even when the abundance of more easily processed foodstuffs—such as meat and fruit—rendered it unnecessary. Well, foods like wheat and corn release exorphins when digested. It's been speculated daily opioid self-administration could have increased people’s tolerance of crowded sedentary conditions, of regular work, of subjugation by rulers. If so, corn might have ultimately helped the development of civilization.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4809873/



Fast forward... by extension they also likely figured out that corn syrup could be cheaply mass produced and when shoved into nearly every food product on the market, thus could spur over consumption of their over-priced garbage. Leading to the obesity and diabetes epidemic that we have today. Crowd tolerance and subjugation effects would be a bonus as well.

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I suddenly have the urge to watch the disney version of Hercules.
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Corn and other drugs

Consider cereal grains for a moment. Why grains like corn rapidly and extensively replaced traditional foods even though they were less nutritious and required more labour has been widely regarded as a puzzle; cultivation of cereal grains continued even when the abundance of more easily processed foodstuffs—such as meat and fruit—rendered it unnecessary. Well, foods like wheat and corn release exorphins when digested. It's been speculated daily opioid self-administration could have increased people’s tolerance of crowded sedentary conditions, of regular work, of subjugation by rulers. If so, corn might have ultimately helped the development of civilization.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4809873/


In which case, is so-called civilization a good thing?

I mean, the game civilization obviously is, especially II and IV, but in the way we live sense?
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Corn and other drugs

Consider cereal grains for a moment. Why grains like corn rapidly and extensively replaced traditional foods even though they were less nutritious and required more labour has been widely regarded as a puzzle; cultivation of cereal grains continued even when the abundance of more easily processed foodstuffs—such as meat and fruit—rendered it unnecessary. Well, foods like wheat and corn release exorphins when digested. It's been speculated daily opioid self-administration could have increased people’s tolerance of crowded sedentary conditions, of regular work, of subjugation by rulers. If so, corn might have ultimately helped the development of civilization.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4809873/


In which case, is so-called civilization a good thing?

I mean, the game civilization obviously is, especially II and IV, but in the way we live sense?

Well, it's sort of a mixed message isn't it.  Undecided
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Re, foodstuffs, for what it's worth, thai food is small portions yet filling. I lose weight every time I take a trip to Thailand.
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Re, foodstuffs, for what it's worth, thai food is small portions yet filling. I lose weight every time I take a trip to Thailand.

Sounds like very convincing proof.   Shocked
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Re, foodstuffs, for what it's worth, thai food is small portions yet filling. I lose weight every time I take a trip to Thailand.

 Same thing happens to me when I travel to Mexico.  It's referred to as Montezuma's revenge, the Gringo Gallop and sometimes the Aztec Two-Step ... what do they call it in Thailand?
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normal that its boring we are all looking to the WORLD CUP or not ??   Grin

My mate has two tickets for the final of the World Cup 2018 but he is getting married on that day and cannot attend.

If anyone wants to go instead of him, it's at St Andrews Church in Brighton and the bride’s name is Sarah.

Swim suit pics, or it didn't happen.   Tongue
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 All right, I'll do it.  How much does he want for the pair?! Wink

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The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. Despite currently receiving royalties from a publication based on the use of dietary intervention for autism and related conditions and being a shareholder of an online company that provides dietary information about the use of a gluten and casein free diet, the Reviewer PW and handling Editor declare that the process nevertheless met the standards of a fair and objective review.
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They probably have their own LN node up already.

(Is that how that works? Nodes? No, that doesn't sound right.)
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'Hubs' isn't it?
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Sounds right. I'd ask Bob to come explain it, but I'm afraid he would tank the market.
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