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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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July 09, 2018, 11:47:57 AM

Price dont go up, price dont go down. Market sidelined for weeks. Small volatility.

Was the honey badger finally tamed?

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July 09, 2018, 11:49:11 AM
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Will bitcoin fix the decline in white male sperm count?
https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/sperm-count-dropping-in-western-world/


 Obviously western men are hodlers not just in Bitcoin but all aspects of life.

edit: Or it might be the soya bean...



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July 09, 2018, 12:12:30 PM

Price dont go up, price dont go down. Market sidelined for weeks. Small volatility.

Was the honey badger finally tamed?


No way!
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July 09, 2018, 12:15:00 PM

I replaced it with a fresh '67 327 with 2.02 intake valves. Solid lifters, doublehump heads, Carter 4bbl, and dome pistons. Aluminum Edelbrock Torker II intake. I had to have the starter rebuilt with more windings for the high compression. It was licensed, and had open headers, it was hot shit on the farm. At the time.

That paragraph is so fucking butch my testosterone levels tripled just reading it.
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July 09, 2018, 12:45:46 PM

I replaced it with a fresh '67 327 with 2.02 intake valves. Solid lifters, doublehump heads, Carter 4bbl, and dome pistons. Aluminum Edelbrock Torker II intake. I had to have the starter rebuilt with more windings for the high compression. It was licensed, and had open headers, it was hot shit on the farm. At the time.

That paragraph is so fucking butch my testosterone levels tripled just reading it.

 Yeah me too.. and it also just tripled my insurance premiums.  Cry
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July 09, 2018, 01:32:27 PM

Pretty amusing when back in January some people here thought the $3k-4k moves up and down every 2-3 days was "just a correction" and completely sustainable, lol.
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July 09, 2018, 01:40:17 PM

Pretty amusing when back in January some people here thought the $3k-4k moves up and down every 2-3 days was "just a correction" and completely sustainable, lol.

but not haha amusing. I kind of always knew what the shot was going to be, but my inner bull took over the chinashop. Some said that I was a dreamer. But was I really the only one?
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July 09, 2018, 01:46:53 PM

I replaced it with a fresh '67 327 with 2.02 intake valves. Solid lifters, doublehump heads, Carter 4bbl, and dome pistons. Aluminum Edelbrock Torker II intake. I had to have the starter rebuilt with more windings for the high compression. It was licensed, and had open headers, it was hot shit on the farm. At the time.

That paragraph is so fucking butch my testosterone levels tripled just reading it.

i had a 74 vega notchback.
burnt more oil than petrol.
sounded and ran like a flatulent tin can.
then i crashed it.
probably for the better.

motorhead I'm not...
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July 09, 2018, 01:47:31 PM

Pretty amusing when back in January some people here thought the $3k-4k moves up and down every 2-3 days was "just a correction" and completely sustainable, lol.

but not haha amusing. I kind of always knew what the shot was going to be, but my inner bull took over the chinashop. Some said that I was a dreamer. But was I really the only one?

I knew back in December when things went parabolic that we were in a bubble. It was surreal. Even my SO said something to me one morning like "yeah... it's looking more and more like another bubble" and she isn't even good at detecting such things.

The only question on our minds was how high would it go.

Here's the thing : the amount of deep pocket traders $$$ with their crazy leverage is STILL, even after nearly a decade, far outnumbering the amount of $$$ put in by the Average Joe bitcoiners. By far. I think it's going to take another decade or so before these type of swings smooth out.

Unless of course, ETFs come online, which means that Average Joe money will never be able to overtake the market. The whales will still maintain control of it. Maybe that's why the CMOE is suddenly more interested in ETFs?
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July 09, 2018, 01:47:47 PM


Quite. He was a completely different person back then.

And so on.

anecdote.


Thanks for that.

#moralsupportawareness
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July 09, 2018, 01:50:59 PM

Pretty amusing when back in January some people here thought the $3k-4k moves up and down every 2-3 days was "just a correction" and completely sustainable, lol.

but not haha amusing. I kind of always knew what the shot was going to be, but my inner bull took over the chinashop. Some said that I was a dreamer. But was I really the only one?

I knew back in December when things went parabolic that we were in a bubble. It was surreal. Even my SO said something to me one morning like "yeah... it's looking more and more like another bubble" and she isn't even good at detecting such things.

The only question on our minds was how high would it go.

Here's the thing : the amount of deep pocket traders $$$ with their crazy leverage is STILL, even after nearly a decade, far outnumbering the amount of $$$ put in by the Average Joe bitcoiners. By far. I think it's going to take another decade or so before these type of swings smooth out. Unless of course, ETFs come online, which means that Average Joe money will never be able to overtake the market. The whales will still maintain control of it.

It was surreal. But I was naive. I really thought on some level maybe we could sustain that. I just hated the idea of selling too much. Live and learn, I say.

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It was surreal. But I was naive. I really thought on some level maybe we could sustain that. I just hated the idea of selling too much. Live and learn, I say.

That's the thing that sucks though. If you are a true believer that long term Bitcoin is a better form of money than fiat, then selling a huge amount just to profit from a bubble feels awful. Especially if you sold it to fund something that is not deflationary. You'll likely not rebuy that Bitcoin back or even reinvest your gains, which defeats the whole point. And you enable the whales to win again, the rich get richer.
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July 09, 2018, 02:07:57 PM

actually, to be perfectly honest, if I'da sold a coin or two at 19k,
I'd be feeling pretty gloat-ish about now...
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July 09, 2018, 02:10:52 PM

It was surreal. But I was naive. I really thought on some level maybe we could sustain that. I just hated the idea of selling too much. Live and learn, I say.

That's the thing that sucks though. If you are a true believer that long term Bitcoin is a better form of money than fiat, then selling a huge amount just to profit from a bubble feels awful. Especially if you sold it to fund something that is not deflationary. You'll likely not rebuy that Bitcoin back or even reinvest your gains, which defeats the whole point. And you enable the whales to win again, the rich get richer.

afaict empires aren't defeated, they just sort of crumble. I saw the writing on the wall and jumped on the train. Nothing revolutionary about that.


actually, to be perfectly honest, if I'da sold a coin or two at 19k,
I'd be feeling pretty gloat-ish about now...

In retrospect I ought to have unloaded the whole bucket and never looked back. So it goes
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July 09, 2018, 02:15:56 PM
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It was surreal. But I was naive. I really thought on some level maybe we could sustain that. I just hated the idea of selling too much. Live and learn, I say.

That's the thing that sucks though. If you are a true believer that long term Bitcoin is a better form of money than fiat, then selling a huge amount just to profit from a bubble feels awful. Especially if you sold it to fund something that is not deflationary. You'll likely not rebuy that Bitcoin back or even reinvest your gains, which defeats the whole point. And you enable the whales to win again, the rich get richer.

long time holder here (2011) and i sold some on the dec 2017 run up, it was too hard to resist not taking some profits off the table. i used it to do some house upgrades and get a few new toys.

yes i believe in what bitcoin represents; the new way of storing value, security and money in general. i wouldnt have held the bulk of my btc this long if i didnt. but taking advantage of its price rise here and there, well, nothing wrong with that imo. its nice to enjoy the benefits on occasion.

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July 09, 2018, 02:23:18 PM

Pretty amusing when back in January some people here thought the $3k-4k moves up and down every 2-3 days was "just a correction" and completely sustainable, lol.

also amusing when over and over again many said LAST time LAST chance to buy BTC under 5-digits  Roll Eyes  let the time be there that its really the last time to buy @these prices  Grin
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actually, to be perfectly honest, if I'da sold a coin or two at 19k,
I'd be feeling pretty gloat-ish about now...

In retrospect I ought to have unloaded the whole bucket and never looked back. So it goes

But..bbut... this is exactly what people said back in Dec 2013 when the price hit $1200. Many did unload it all then.

And they regret it now.

Some didn't. And they feel awesome right now, even after this latest downturn.

You know it's gonna happen again, and it will be even more epic.
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July 09, 2018, 02:39:52 PM

actually, to be perfectly honest, if I'da sold a coin or two at 19k,
I'd be feeling pretty gloat-ish about now...

In retrospect I ought to have unloaded the whole bucket and never looked back. So it goes

But..bbut... this is exactly what people said back in Dec 2013 when the price hit $1200. Many did unload it all then.

And they regret it now.

Some didn't. And they feel awesome right now, even after this latest downturn.

You know it's gonna happen again, and it will be even more epic.

You're not wrong. But sometimes the fatcats have more patience than you have time. It gets tricky around the edges.
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July 09, 2018, 02:42:53 PM

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QUICK list 12288 is finisht GOOD LUCK   WO's

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this list getting shorter as well ...... 3 lists running @ the moment .... let the luckiest take it   Grin
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