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November 27, 2018, 07:55:18 PM

Do bitcoiners have a super low libido or something? I remember a while back someone asked if we would prefer to have 3 bitcoins on the clause that we could never get more, a tulip farm with a guaranteed yearly income for life, or to be married to some random hot chick (with picture). Not one of us chose the chick.
Not one of you chose to be married to the hot chick.

Point. A very fair point.
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Normal i don’t drink during the week, but cause its a special day for roach... i decided to go for a quick bite and a glass of red wine

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November 27, 2018, 07:56:02 PM



Only a plain bagel at these coin prices boys.

I assume that the cup contains hemlock instead of coffee
at this price level?


at these prices? probably just mixed some dirt in to give it color.

and bulk it up a bit, too.
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November 27, 2018, 07:57:22 PM

Is that not you? I expected a skinhead for sure.

Those are fabricated, racist, Jewish caricatures of Nazis.  Judaism and Zionism are identical to Nazism except beneficial to Jews and detrimental to everyone else.  Nazism was mostly just whites adopting the Jew's own ideology where they are the ones who benefit instead of being trampled, and they look like any snapshot of regular white people.
Interesting. Give us a rundown (without the angry sperging) of similarities and maybe differences as well?
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November 27, 2018, 07:59:16 PM

However, living through several X increase followed by huge loss in one month's time cannot help but induce a lizard brain / emotional response. All I am saying is that I have been through more such cycles -- at least in bitcoin -- than you. And other asset classes, as a general rule, do not behave thusly.
Yeah, bitcoin is like a crash course (pun intended) in market cycles.
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November 27, 2018, 08:09:58 PM

Huh?  What does Dan Larimer have to do with bitcoin?  He's an altcoin pumper and creator

What is your opinion on (((Satoshi Nakamoto)))

Thanks for asking, even though I am just one opinion.. so I am not really sure what it matters about what I think at this moment, but at least it seems to be more closely related to bitcoin than dan larimer.

Satoshi Nakamoto is a pseudo-name that is behind the creation of bitcoin - it's white paper and the initial couple of years of mining... What else is to be said, and why you put parenthesis around satoshi nakamoto?  By the way, I do recall that dan larimer is in the books as being someone who interacted with satoshi on a few ocassions, seeming like a kind of troll, and satoshi has a relatively famous response to him saying that if larimer does not do some looking into the matter, he does not have time to explain to larimer... .something like that... Are you trying to make some kind of connection based on that interaction?  The burden is on you to make your point, not upon me to guess whatever the fucking point that you are trying to make (if any?).
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November 27, 2018, 08:11:40 PM


That latter article is worthwhile - plenty to ponderate, no matter where you lie on the BTC/ABC/SV spectrum.

The laughable part is he now thinks SV is the answer.  Horse to water, etc.

So does the guy who wrote the article.
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November 27, 2018, 08:13:44 PM

Huh?  What does Dan Larimer have to do with bitcoin?  He's an altcoin pumper and creator

What is your opinion on (((Satoshi Nakamoto)))
I still am under the impression that he deleted all of his wallets when Gavin got the CIA involved out of fear he would be charged with aiding every Silk Road transaction unless he put a backdoor in. He knew a backdoor would kill Bitcoin and just deleting everything and forgetting about Bitcoin would be a cheaper easier alternative then being forced to dump his coins to pay for an attorney to fight tooth and nail to keep his freemdom.

And?  We know who is Satoshi Nakamoto, or he disappeared?  Is he still alive?  Under your theory, Satoshi's coins should never move again, unless they are either hacked or some kind of consensus evolves around recovering them, which seems doubtful at this point.
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November 27, 2018, 08:16:29 PM

A small distraction (OT) to btc pricing minutiae:

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612458/exclusive-chinese-scientists-are-creating-crispr-babies/

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A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose DNA has been tailored using gene editing.

This would open a Pandora's box, most definitely.
All talk about current inequality is just about numbers that could be attained one way or another.
Not so simple if you are essentially MADE genetically different.
For maximum publicity they started with the gene that is accessory to HIV (CCR5).
No active CCR5 present, no HIV.
Will it stop there? Of course, not.


Nice...now we can all disign our own babies ore create an entire new master race.

This method is untested and banned in many countries even the Chinese goverment is not happy about this ''breakthrough''.

Playing with human DNA is dangerous, scientists already tested it on mices to slowing down the aging gen but indeed the mices lived 2x longer resulted in horrific side affects.

The babies will be resistant to HIV, smallpox, and cholera (if it works) but at a cost off....
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Did R0ach give you permission to post his real picture? I see he's finally wearing a hat, he could use that as his avatar in here.
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^^They tested it on Mises?
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A small distraction (OT) to btc pricing minutiae:

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612458/exclusive-chinese-scientists-are-creating-crispr-babies/

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A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose DNA has been tailored using gene editing.

This would open a Pandora's box, most definitely.
All talk about current inequality is just about numbers that could be attained one way or another.
Not so simple if you are essentially MADE genetically different.
For maximum publicity they started with the gene that is accessory to HIV (CCR5).
No active CCR5 present, no HIV.
Will it stop there? Of course, not.


Nice...now we can all disign our own babies ore create an entire new master race.

This method is untested and banned in many countries even the Chinese goverment is not happy about this ''breakthrough''.

Playing with human DNA is dangerous, scientists already tested it on mices to slowing down the aging gen but indeed the mices lived 2x longer resulted in horrific side affects.

The babies will be resistant to HIV, smallpox, and cholera (if it works) but at a cost off....

No soul little fuckers will be born, like AI in the flesh.
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November 27, 2018, 08:20:12 PM
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The second link is an article by a bcasher who leans towards SV. Here's a quote.

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And to win trust from these people [ed: fantastic developers, who are the kings of bitcoin and bcash etc], Bitcoin needs to show that it’s scalable, stable, and permissionless. Without scalability, it’s not so attractive to these people because they would rather spend their energy building things on other platforms that they can benefit exponentially from. And without the perception of permissionless innovation and stability, wise developers will not want to waste their energy building stuff on top of Bitcoin because they don’t want to wake up one day to find that the rules of the game have changed overnight and all their effort has gone to waste.

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…they don’t want to wake up one day to find that the rules of the game have changed overnight and all their effort has gone to waste.

(Which is what would have happened to a bitcoiner waking up after a big blocker coup.)

The sequence is: you first build and test, then deploy and put to work. Then, if/when necessary, scaling will come by itself.

And by the way, which marvelous applications have these developers built on bcash? Anything worthy? Anything at all that couldn't work on bitcoin?
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November 27, 2018, 08:21:54 PM

Did R0ach give you permission to post his real picture? I see he's finally wearing a hat, he could use that as his avatar in here.

Good Lord, Man.

Those photos are... just... like... wow, dude.

I like how r0ach is able to look in two different directions at the same time, in that one photo.
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Did R0ach give you permission to post his real picture? I see he's finally wearing a hat, he could use that as his avatar in here.

Good Lord, Man.

Those photos are... just... like... wow, dude.

I like how r0ach is able to look in two different directions at the same time, in that one photo.
He's always trying to keep an eye on them enemy.
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November 27, 2018, 08:26:02 PM

Did R0ach give you permission to post his real picture? I see he's finally wearing a hat, he could use that as his avatar in here.

Good Lord, Man.

Those photos are... just... like... wow, dude.

I like how r0ach is able to look in two different directions at the same time, in that one photo.
He's always trying to keep an eye on them enemy.
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November 27, 2018, 08:29:16 PM

ETH is a Protocol for transmitting value blah blah blah.

ETH is closer to the Internet than Money because blah blah

Blah blah ETH is a Protocol for transmitting Value.

Both of these core protocols are the basis on which global networks are being built.

ETH is the third Protocol blah blah

Bitcoin is the second Protocol after the Internet. Now there is not even one application for it.

JJG, would you care to tell this gentleman where he could GTF to - using as many words as YOU feel necessary! - please? I'm too tired for that right now...

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WTF are those!? During WW2 they would all have been penned into the mentally disabled/physically challenged column and gassed. Jesus no wonder they need a group that sees itself as racially superior.... They obviously have been bullied entire whole life. Thats where the hate comes from.
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Normal i don’t drink during the week, but cause its a special day for roach... i decided to go for a quick bite and a glass of red wine

Cheers
I'm awestruck by the luxury in Belgian prisons. Vintage red wine served in proper glasses...!?

(Sorry Mic! I couldn't resist. Today I'm in a taunting mood Wink)

(On second thought, that wine doesn't look too vintage. Too purplish. Could be a nouveau.)
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