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January 31, 2019, 05:19:41 AM

So speaking of doomsday, if the infrastructure goes, electricity and water and food, what's a chap to do?

Probably die in a nuclear explosion, because the "leaders" - in fear of being eaten by their own people - make a dash to secure resources for their state and come into conflict with other nations doing the same and then everyone dies.
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January 31, 2019, 05:27:59 AM

http://www.omegasails.net/Boating.html
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January 31, 2019, 06:01:52 AM
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We got a clear bull signal:
Vinny is predicting doom again.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/billybambrough/2019/01/30/blow-to-bitcoin-as-ceo-warns-crypto-winter-could-turn-nuclear

The last time he did this at around 1K during the block size "debate", btc declined 10-15%, then rallied 2174% to ATH.

Get ready for a rally...after maybe a few % points to the downside or, maybe, none.
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January 31, 2019, 06:07:45 AM

Hahaha, so funny to see Bcash crap going downhill so fast.  It's not even in the top 10 of volume anymore.   Behind TRON even. LOL   Those dumb dumbs played Russian roulette with all the cylinders loaded.
The biggest losers are Bitmain who are to go bankrupt by the start of the Chinese new year and Roger ver the owner of bitcoin.com
Chinese new year is about to start this weekend.
Anybody else ready for a pump?! Grin
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January 31, 2019, 06:18:18 AM
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I feel like your charts are often pull-from-thyne-ass.  Historically bear market lows have been set before 11 months prior to each halving. We should expect the same again.

I appreciate that. I will note that for the majority of traders the greatest mistake is having expectations.

That’s a false belief.

I tried to lighten the tone and at the same time offer a opinion. Heck, I even waved the olive branch by sending you a merit for a shitpost.  You dont like what your seeing you know what to do.

I wonder if theymos would be open to a reverse ignore option...so when you put someone on your list they cant see your posts either...think it would help? I get slightly giddy thinking of a certain bug staring at blank pages..

Well, that is one of the disadvantages to ignoring members because the member will continue to comment on your posts, so you have to unignore them just to see their various responses. 

To me, using the ignore button seems like a less effective tool than merely skimming posts or maybe not reading some of the posts of the persons that you are ignoring (but still might skim the post).  Of course, sometimes the ignore button can just save you a whole hell of a lot of time if you really are not tempted to see or respond to the various responses of members that you are ignoring.

Over the years, I have had in the neighborhood of 20 members engage in some variation of a rage response to my post(s), even though I had thought that they were ignoring me.
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January 31, 2019, 06:21:13 AM

Risk free trades are good trades.

never seen those, but I am not an insider.




Arbitrage where you simultaneously execute mirror trades on two different exchanges.

You can also do 3 legged arbitrage on the same exchange ( BTC -> USDT -> ETH -> BTC)

Of course you still take exchange counterparty risk, but you can largely eliminate trade risk.
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January 31, 2019, 06:23:42 AM

Hahaha, so funny to see Bcash crap going downhill so fast.  It's not even in the top 10 of volume anymore.   Behind TRON even. LOL   Those dumb dumbs played Russian roulette with all the cylinders loaded.
The biggest losers are Bitmain who are to go bankrupt by the start of the Chinese new year and Roger ver the owner of bitcoin.com
Chinese new year is about to start this weekend.
Anybody else ready for a pump?! Grin

We are NOT in a pump environment, but I would not mind if such a wishful scenario were to play out.  $1,000 pump would be nice, but these days even a $400 to $500 pump would feel pretty good.
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January 31, 2019, 06:51:54 AM

I wonder if theymos would be open to a reverse ignore option...so when you put someone on your list they cant see your posts either...think it would help? I get slightly giddy thinking of a certain bug staring at blank pages..

Don't worry, there's nothing that could make me forget all of you clown's nonsensical bull charts for an entire year straight while the price goes straight down instead.  Some of you have got to be paid posters if you're posting a chart every day and they're wrong over 300 times in a row.
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January 31, 2019, 06:54:32 AM

Well, that is one of the disadvantages to ignoring members because the member will continue to comment on your posts, so you have to unignore them just to see their various responses. 

To me, using the ignore button seems like a less effective tool than merely skimming posts or maybe not reading some of the posts of the persons that you are ignoring (but still might skim the post).  Of course, sometimes the ignore button can just save you a whole hell of a lot of time if you really are not tempted to see or respond to the various responses of members that you are ignoring.

Over the years, I have had in the neighborhood of 20 members engage in some variation of a rage response to my post(s), even though I had thought that they were ignoring me.

Ya..nerd rage is a savage beast. I usually only ignore for a certain amount of time and hope what ever bothered me blows over quickly. I profess that my curiosity usually overcomes whatever reservations I had that caused me to ignore someone in the first place..sometimes to my regret.

I guess I will just drop this down here even though I remember not so long ago being punished for my temerity for posting before the closing bell. C'est la vie.



Bonne nuit.

p.s. I'm not worried roach..at all.
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January 31, 2019, 07:25:50 AM
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So speaking of doomsday, if the infrastructure goes, electricity and water and food, what's a chap to do? Without water you die in 3 days, malls have food for 2 days or so, warehouses for maybe 7-10 days.

Best I can think of is a self-sustained boat. You can get a water filtration system that chugs up sea water and spits out clean drinking water, with enough filter replacements that could last for years. Or trade it for other supplies, it could potentially be extremely valuable. Electricity from the engine or windmill/solar depending on location. And the ability to get out of dodge if the zombie hordes show up.

Problem is that shit breaks, so you'd have to know how to fix at least the essentials. If it has sails (and doesn't handle like a brick, as mine did) you can always move, but motor boats can easily catch up. If it's motoring then you need at least dual engines and fuel becomes a limiting factor. Some boats have both but they are neither a motor nor a sailer and don't perform as well as either, so what's the best answer?

For a doomsday scenario I would think a property with a water well and solar energy would be much more practical than a boat. Not sure how long before some bad guys go and kill or expel you to take your property though. Doomsday sucks.
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January 31, 2019, 07:40:46 AM
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I went to Mcdonalds once and ordered 200 cheeseburgers, I was piss drunk and drugged pretty badly. They asked for a confirmation for 3 times before they started the order. Then we had a burger eating contest with couple of my mates, with about 20 people cheering while we ate the burgers. I won with 27, others didn't get past 10, I guess I had smoked lots more weed than them on top of the stimulants. Other people ate a few and then we had a burger war, just threw them around the apartment, really smart move.

This other time I ordered 40 pizzas as a take-away, said I would pay cash (this was in 2011). I was called back 2 times to confirm the order and then was sent only 5 pizzas with the delivery, had to pay all the money for 40 pizzas in advance. But they came through and brought the pizzas. There was around 15 people, we ate maybe 3-4 pizzas and had a food war after that throwing pizzas at each other. I even licked off some cheese on some chicks face and body. This happened outside in the yard so cleaning was a bit easier later on.

Fun times.

Hey. I like you. We should hang around at the $100k party. Grin

Morning WO's!
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January 31, 2019, 07:41:28 AM

So speaking of doomsday, if the infrastructure goes, electricity and water and food, what's a chap to do? Without water you die in 3 days, malls have food for 2 days or so, warehouses for maybe 7-10 days.

Best I can think of is a self-sustained boat. You can get a water filtration system that chugs up sea water and spits out clean drinking water, with enough filter replacements that could last for years. Or trade it for other supplies, it could potentially be extremely valuable. Electricity from the engine or windmill/solar depending on location. And the ability to get out of dodge if the zombie hordes show up.

Problem is that shit breaks, so you'd have to know how to fix at least the essentials. If it has sails (and doesn't handle like a brick, as mine did) you can always move, but motor boats can easily catch up. If it's motoring then you need at least dual engines and fuel becomes a limiting factor. Some boats have both but they are neither a motor nor a sailer and don't perform as well as either, so what's the best answer?
I'd figure tropics with rain barrels and solar panels. Plenty of fresh water and food and ability to live comfortably.
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So speaking of doomsday, if the infrastructure goes, electricity and water and food, what's a chap to do? Without water you die in 3 days, malls have food for 2 days or so, warehouses for maybe 7-10 days.

Best I can think of is a self-sustained boat. You can get a water filtration system that chugs up sea water and spits out clean drinking water, with enough filter replacements that could last for years. Or trade it for other supplies, it could potentially be extremely valuable. Electricity from the engine or windmill/solar depending on location. And the ability to get out of dodge if the zombie hordes show up.

Problem is that shit breaks, so you'd have to know how to fix at least the essentials. If it has sails (and doesn't handle like a brick, as mine did) you can always move, but motor boats can easily catch up. If it's motoring then you need at least dual engines and fuel becomes a limiting factor. Some boats have both but they are neither a motor nor a sailer and don't perform as well as either, so what's the best answer?

For a doomsday scenario I would think a property with a water well and solar energy would be much more practical than a boat. Not sure how long before some bad guys go and kill or expel you to take your property though. Doomsday sucks.
That's the main point of a boat, you can move. That and endless water supply.
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Hey. I like you. We should hang around at the $100k party. Grin

Morning WO's!

Good morning and thanks for the recognition Smiley

100k party will be a blast, if it doesn't get cancelled like the 1k party.
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January 31, 2019, 07:59:31 AM

Think positive. It won't be canceled. Bob & Mic will be our hosts. r0ach will be watching live. I will bring the unicorn. Grin
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January 31, 2019, 08:10:56 AM

Hahaha, so funny to see Bcash crap going downhill so fast.  It's not even in the top 10 of volume anymore.   Behind TRON even. LOL   Those dumb dumbs played Russian roulette with all the cylinders loaded.
The biggest losers are Bitmain who are to go bankrupt by the start of the Chinese new year and Roger ver the owner of bitcoin.com
Chinese new year is about to start this weekend.
Anybody else ready for a pump?! Grin

We are NOT in a pump environment, but I would not mind if such a wishful scenario were to play out.  $1,000 pump would be nice, but these days even a $400 to $500 pump would feel pretty good.
Back to over $4,000 is always good.
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January 31, 2019, 08:16:48 AM

I feel like your charts are often pull-from-thyne-ass.  Historically bear market lows have been set before 11 months prior to each halving. We should expect the same again.

I appreciate that. I will note that for the majority of traders the greatest mistake is having expectations.

I think it's not being prepared to change their expectations on the basis of new information.

Like the 200wma. It's the talisman that the previous ath was in the last bear market. Too many people think it can't be broken. Consequently it's begging to be broken.
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January 31, 2019, 08:21:25 AM

Back to over $4,000 is always good.

Back to $20k is even better.
Seriously, one gone, one to go. Depressing. Or not?
Not, because I have you brothers. That, and I get to own more BTC  Grin
Just buying the way down. Future? Unknown. Hopefully Lambo style.
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Hey. I like you. We should hang around at the $100k party. Grin

Morning WO's!

Good morning and thanks for the recognition Smiley

100k party will be a blast, if it doesn't get cancelled like the 1k party.

fingers crossed..... 1K party long time ago, I even didn't read the thread back then  Undecided
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January 31, 2019, 08:31:01 AM

Think positive. It won't be canceled. Bob & Mic will be our hosts. r0ach will be watching live. I will bring the unicorn. Grin
haha BoB is the host mostly I can be their is the guy dressed up a LEBOWSKI or something, can I hang with you guys Grin

but first come on BTC some green buildings on those charts and make party dreams come true Wink
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