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Finally McDo break @the moment

Already cheers to McDo to my next paycheque Grin
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99% debasement of the currency's purchasing power after 100 years? Not really dude, we're already living that reality. The world economy is currently on life support. Won't take another 100 years, more like 20.

Very good. I have popped 15 February 2039 into my diary.  I’m pretty free on that day.

What happened? You aren't coming to the 1 million party?
I suggest we have the 1 million party in a hotel on the fucking moon.

Naah, half of us will be dead by then, and the other half won't be allowed on board for medical reasons. It will just be Mic and some random lurker there.

We will buy new modern 3D-printed human bodies with our wealth. We will become the new world rulers. We will make non hattery illegal worldwide.

then consider me a top contributor to your cause. will be a creator in this following modern era Cheesy
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I consider this as my future father in law reflection. Cheesy

My gf is the daughter of one badass cop.
LOL good luck. In other sense, you can use him in your favor. Having a badass cop father in law is not bad at all 😋
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February 16, 2019, 03:57:19 PM

Old but serves as a reminder. Wait for the next halving.

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Old but serves as a reminder. Wait for the next halving.



Curious how such a Guy is feeling @the moment, and probably there are plenty of them
Maybe lucky to not be an to early adopter @my case Roll Eyes
I n00b sold as well perhaps
Who knows
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~snip~

Curious how such a Guy is feeling @the moment, and probably there are plenty of them
Maybe lucky to not be an to early adopter @my case Roll Eyes
I n00b sold as well perhaps
Who knows
You know the interesting part?
In a tweet from him I read that he is not holding bitcoin anymore. That's just sad.
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Cause its saturday
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Cause its saturday
Means it was to me 😋

Seriously I have no plan to go out this evening. I am gonna watch football.
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I consider this as my future father in law reflection. Cheesy

My gf is the daughter of one badass cop.
LOL good luck. In other sense, you can use him in your favor. Having a badass cop father in law is not bad at all 😋

He is just another thulla(Cop) in desi language lol.

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February 16, 2019, 04:17:28 PM

I've been trying to remember to stop drinking coffee 4 hours before bed just for that reason, Definite coffee addict here. Smiley
I should just start becoming an alcoholic so I can get a good nights sleep. Cheesy

Yeah I gathered a lot of empirical data on that, really entirely too much data, and can state with confidence that your hypothesis is incorrect.
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February 16, 2019, 04:18:36 PM
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"If Bitcoin was a payments company this would be its sales...

Total fees paid to miners by year:
2010: $3.8k
2011: $33k
2012: $66k
2013: $2.2m
2014: $2.5m
2015: $2.3m
2016: $13.6m
2017: $555m
2018: $296m
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https://twitter.com/woonomic/status/1096764890721804288/photo/1
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February 16, 2019, 04:30:45 PM

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I am trying to set some interim price targets so we know if we are on track. Not shown here but the 2016 halvening happened on 9 July 2016, immediately after the price formed Bearline 4.

Target 1:  Break Bearline 1 in late March 2019 @ $3,500 and spike to $5,000.

Target 2:  Break Bearline 2 in mid July 2019 @ $3,750, and spike to $7,000.

Target 3:  Break Bearline 3 in start April  2020 @ $5,400, and spike to $10,000.

Target 4:  Break Bearline 4 in Dec 2020 @ $12,300 and spike to $19,000.

I am fascinated to see if this plays out.

I just looked back to my Jan 10th post to see what I'd said and check if we're inline (I based worked my prediction out upon price points from 2015, too):

And if we ARE in 2015 again... (nonsensical extrapolation warning) then:

Around 6,000 in early July, then dip in August to slightly sub 5K

Pushing over 11K in November

Then finishing the year a little lower, but over 9K - ready for the 2020 bull run from that base level.

Of course this is almost certainly wrong, but if this IS the January dip which has been uncannily in mid-Jan (12/12/14 in the past) rather too often, then it is indeed time to buy.

Seems I was a little less optimistic than you, but not so far away.  It's certainly worth keeping an eye on it to see if it's panning out close enough to function as a crystal ball - even a blurry one might be an edge. 
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götterdämmerung at the last goatfucker redoubt

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as a Brit i need a loisence to click on that Undecided
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y'all motherfuckers have entirely too much government

/jojo goes to watch facesitting porn/
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February 16, 2019, 04:49:13 PM

as a Brit i need a loisence to click on that Undecided

ah nice v8s, my ex was English. Are you Joe root fan? just wondering....

Ex because she was trying to colonize me Cheesy
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/jojo goes to watch facesitting porn/
Have fun jojo
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February 16, 2019, 05:00:36 PM

-it sounds like a wonderland over the pond
-sorry we invaded almost everywhere
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'the bowler's Holding, the batsman's Willey'
and a sledge:

One of the all time great bowlers, Glen McGrath was getting frustrated at being unable to dismiss little known Zimbabwean cricketer Eddo Brandes.

McGrath: “Why are you so fat?”

Brandes:  “Because every time I fuck your wife, she gives me a biscuit.”
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February 16, 2019, 05:10:20 PM

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Here is one from me LOL

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A blonde woman ran into a police station wailing. She claimed that she had been raped.
After she stopped sobbing, the Police Officer requested her for a description of the rapist.
"He was tall and dressed in white. He was wearing all sorts of protective pads, gloves and helmet."
"Hmmm...appears to be a cricketer," concluded the policeman.
"Ah officer!" she confirmed, "then he must have been an English cricketer."
"What makes you think that he was English? From the accent?" asked the officer.
"No sir," she replied, "he just didn't stay in very long."
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-it sounds like a wonderland over the pond
-sorry we invaded almost everywhere
-only things about cricket i know are
'the bowler's Holding, the batsman's Willey'
and a sledge:

One of the all time great bowlers, Glen McGrath was getting frustrated at being unable to dismiss little known Zimbabwean cricketer Eddo Brandes.

McGrath: “Why are you so fat?”

Brandes:  “Because every time I fuck your wife, she gives me a biscuit.”


McGrath is one of my all time fav bowler along with Wasim Akram.

But Mcgrath always comes in last when one counting on "Fair play"  because one should never forget he was one of many gems in " gang of the wolf" guess Brits and Indians can relate to this very much.

And I roughly remember one incident when Mcgrath sledged opposition batsman about his gf and batsman replied with a witty comment about Mcgrath's wife.

Mcgrath wife was struggling with Cancer at that time. he didn't take this comment well. if I am not mistaken.


As of now holding is old fart Cheesy he's no good for us( India )and he has nothing to offer to cricket except commentary ( he can't even help Windies cricket)
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