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February 22, 2019, 09:21:05 AM
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You seem to be reading too much into this sub $4k stagnation.

Yeah, bored with such tiny fluctuations...

BTW, I voted $3800 in latest mic's game (price on March 31), and I like my chances so far...  Roll Eyes

I don't know. 

Sometimes it can take a bit  of time to get out of a kind of range, and seems like we have been in the $3ks forever, even though it has only been a bit more than 3 months... and then several attempts to move into the $4ks and earlier above $4,200 that were not successful.

In the past couple of weeks, we have witnessed some laddering upsteps in the BTC price, which should make us feel good, but it also makes us feel anxious to experience some more, which may or may not happen.  Recently, I am thinking that even a shoot up to the mid $4ks is not really going to bring us too far from having future bottom challenges, just like in mid-2015 going from the lower $200s to the lower $300s did not prevent us from returning to the lower $200s before the bears truly did become exhausted and could no longer keep the BTC price down. 

It does seem kind of ironic how, so far, this BTC price pattern is playing out so similar to the 2014/15 pattern, and personally I keep hoping that the pattern will deviate - of course, to the upside, but these kind of matters cannot really be rushed.. and I also keep seeing what seems to be ongoing froth in the shitcoin space that is failing and refusing to purge... which personally, causes me a bit more skepticism regarding the ongoing shitcoin froth drag on the BTC price.
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February 22, 2019, 09:36:01 AM

Morningzzz.

Shit night's sleep & I know why.

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You do know that they were dressed up as men and raped by their husband on their wedding night, you do know they were left to work the farm as the husbands went to essentially the mens club most of every day, you do know that they weren't allowed at these clubs, married women had to wear veils.

Shame on you for that brother.
You don't have a fucking clue, because your source(s) of history have been heavily censored by your Sultan wannabe.
Next time try something else than google.com.tr only.
What you claim was true for most of the rest of the world at the time.
Their women were beautiful and strong - and you can still see that today.
https://www.quora.com/What-did-the-idealized-ancient-Spartan-woman-look-like
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_ancient_Sparta

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According to the course i took on antiquity at the university of Lund, the Spartan society was very much a patriarchal society, the women were a lot freer then in other Greek city states, but they certainly did not run the place.

Yes man, they had oligarchy by definition. The council of the elders took the only decisions that were to be made.
Because they had prior experience in life. Makes sense? Slaves under council and women orders run the place at a time of war.
Women had a pivotal place in society, as war was mostly the case for them.

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you can´t argue with someone who claims that discussing the existence of reptilian overlords is justified historically.  Cheesy  maybe he´s trying to entertain. and his claims are so hilarious that it is actually really entertaining.

Shit man I didn't know that. Thanks, it makes sense now. My donk meter obviously failed.
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February 22, 2019, 09:52:58 AM

You seem to be reading too much into this sub $4k stagnation.

Yeah, bored with such tiny fluctuations...

BTW, I voted $3800 in latest mic's game (price on March 31), and I like my chances so far...  Roll Eyes

I don't know. 

Sometimes it can take a bit  of time to get out of a kind of range, and seems like we have been in the $3ks forever, even though it has only been a bit more than 3 months... and then several attempts to move into the $4ks and earlier above $4,200 that were not successful.


and F*** a bearmarket feels like its forever, the 6K range.... now this 3K range while a BULLmarket with ATH's is like over in a day

meh those emotional feelings Roll Eyes

what are we gonna do about them... (actually feeling better all the time with whatever that happens to the corn/time/price....)

BTC learned me true patience and to be ice cold Grin
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February 22, 2019, 10:07:46 AM

LOL

What were these guys smoking?

9999    jonemil24
10125  bitcoinPsycho
17488  EatonABooger

stupid question, hopium of course  Grin

Hopium overdose is a serious issue.
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February 22, 2019, 11:04:18 AM

actually 4 games are still running

24777 (few remaining)
12277 (few remaining)
Q1 2019
BAKKT 17 days after release

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dammit i should need to update those first 2, someone has those?
i'm @my home PC and for looking them here and now could take a while Roll Eyes

( and i would so happily pay them Smiley ) it would be best news for all of us, to be in those ranges  Wink
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February 22, 2019, 11:09:44 AM

Looking forward what this weekend is gonna bring to us

For me personal, this Saturday i'll be having dinner with my GF, my brother and 8-NOcoiners....... curious what the talking will be about.

perhaps a weekend pump to support me Roll Eyes

also have a good time WO, weekend is closing in.

Cheesy Grin
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Looking forward what this weekend is gonna bring to us

For me personal, this Saturday i'll be having dinner with my GF, my brother and 8-NOcoiners....... curious what the talking will be about.

perhaps a weekend pump to support me Roll Eyes

also have a good time WO, weekend is closing in.

Cheesy Grin

Show them nocoiners your shiny new collectibles and tell them how they can't be forged (?) and the supply is limited. Might start the conversation about sound money.
Also what could it hurt them to buy and hold a few btc's.
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Looking forward what this weekend is gonna bring to us

For me personal, this Saturday i'll be having dinner with my GF, my brother and 8-NOcoiners....... curious what the talking will be about.

perhaps a weekend pump to support me Roll Eyes

also have a good time WO, weekend is closing in.

Cheesy Grin

Show them nocoiners your shiny new collectibles and tell them how they can't be forged (?) and the supply is limited. Might start the conversation about sound money.
Also what could it hurt them to buy and hold a few btc's.

when you suggest that ... do you mean i have to say BUY full BTC's and hodl or do you mean a few BTC's as whatever amount or pieces of a BTC ?
cause i always find it difficult to say how much one has to invest.... mostly i say if one saves like X% every month... take 10-20% of that amount and start buying BTC whiteout watching the price, but when the talks are going a little of then i just let them be....
younger people i try to have decent talking with, but little older people (thinking to have seen it all)...... like when i'm going to talk with a 50-ish year of guy in belgium and talk about BTC, yeah always the same counter and that is haha like i invested in lernaut and hautspie also such a solid investment or things like that (invested and lost X-amount of money, never again, yeah those are the lost cases and the ones that don't wanna see the difference of asset Roll Eyes


btw HAT of for that nice V8-HAT sir
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comrade general Sir xhomerx10's finest


images down? halp halp i'm being oppressed
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February 22, 2019, 11:34:47 AM

yeah and i'm trying to get my hands on a few collectibles, only having some problems with knowing if i'm buying @ good prices, study it a bit, cause i like something and i have propositions like .5 btc or something, but that got me thinking many calculate how much they get in FIAT, so maybe in a year some piece is about .075 or something
i think if i buy KIALARA's now i really have to BUY it with super spare BTC's and there is not such thing as that.....
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Looking forward what this weekend is gonna bring to us

For me personal, this Saturday i'll be having dinner with my GF, my brother and 8-NOcoiners....... curious what the talking will be about.

perhaps a weekend pump to support me Roll Eyes

also have a good time WO, weekend is closing in.

Cheesy Grin

Show them nocoiners your shiny new collectibles and tell them how they can't be forged (?) and the supply is limited. Might start the conversation about sound money.
Also what could it hurt them to buy and hold a few btc's.

when you suggest that ... do you mean i have to say BUY full BTC's and hodl or do you mean a few BTC's as whatever amount or pieces of a BTC ?
cause i always find it difficult to say how much one has to invest.... mostly i say if one saves like X% every month... take 10-20% of that amount and start buying BTC whiteout watching the price, but when the talks are going a little of then i just let them be....
younger people i try to have decent talking with, but little older people (thinking to have seen it all)...... like when i'm going to talk with a 50-ish year of guy in belgium and talk about BTC, yeah always the same counter and that is haha like i invested in lernaut and hautspie also such a solid investment or things like that (invested and lost X-amount of money, never again, yeah those are the lost cases and the ones that don't wanna see the difference of asset Roll Eyes


btw HAT of for that nice V8-HAT sir
seems like you're dealing with 2 types of folk. yes if they are at all interested then they should buy some percentage every paycheck according to what they can.
if they are stubborn, my point was - ask them what could it hurt them to buy and hold for 3-5 years. buy one and they might lose up to 4k$ if it somehow collapses and goes pfft, but it is much more likely to appreciate over that time period by at least 10x as history shows, and then to do it again in the next time period.
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comrade general Sir xhomerx10's finest


images down? halp halp i'm being oppressed

where does XhomerX keeps getting his creativity??

its a good looking piece (you also have quiet a collection Smiley )


I also regularly harass XhomerX for some HAT's gonna leave him now for a bit Smiley

but you know a being drunk HAT, a lazy dude HAT, a  i'm playing poker HAT, standard avatar HAT etc

still XhomerX THX for continuing to endure me  Cheesy  Cheesy
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collectibles is a very rich man's game
we're gonna need all the btc's we can get - by far the best investment in the long term
as you say lots of research needed
charlatans will pm you
it is statistically likely that one of those guys with huge trust will turn rogue and rip someone off


maybe we ask the Pope to canonise homer?
Thomas More was a saint and a Sir - very smart titles and another excellent egg
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Looking forward what this weekend is gonna bring to us

For me personal, this Saturday i'll be having dinner with my GF, my brother and 8-NOcoiners....... curious what the talking will be about.

perhaps a weekend pump to support me Roll Eyes

also have a good time WO, weekend is closing in.

Cheesy Grin

Show them nocoiners your shiny new collectibles and tell them how they can't be forged (?) and the supply is limited. Might start the conversation about sound money.
Also what could it hurt them to buy and hold a few btc's.

when you suggest that ... do you mean i have to say BUY full BTC's and hodl or do you mean a few BTC's as whatever amount or pieces of a BTC ?
cause i always find it difficult to say how much one has to invest.... mostly i say if one saves like X% every month... take 10-20% of that amount and start buying BTC whiteout watching the price, but when the talks are going a little of then i just let them be....
younger people i try to have decent talking with, but little older people (thinking to have seen it all)...... like when i'm going to talk with a 50-ish year of guy in belgium and talk about BTC, yeah always the same counter and that is haha like i invested in lernaut and hautspie also such a solid investment or things like that (invested and lost X-amount of money, never again, yeah those are the lost cases and the ones that don't wanna see the difference of asset Roll Eyes


btw HAT of for that nice V8-HAT sir
seems like you're dealing with 2 types of folk. yes if they are at all interested then they should buy some percentage every paycheck according to what they can.
if they are stubborn, my point was - ask them what could it hurt them to buy and hold for 3-5 years. buy one and they might lose up to 4k$ if it somehow collapses and goes pfft, but it is much more likely to appreciate over that time period by at least 10x as history shows, and then to do it again in the next time period.

very true i do have lots of conversations, or going out with people able to afford and buy FULL BTC's whiteout knowing anything, but i also do know lot of people really buying from their pay-check.... i'll bet everybody have these situations with people they know.

but as we know everybody you talk with starting as a NO-COINER, we can only subtile try to speak some sense in them and lead them the way (give some easy entrance points, but the decisions has to come from themselfs

*we all started a NO-COINER*   but we adapt to survive Cheesy
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collectibles is a very rich man's game
we're gonna need all the btc's we can get - by far the best investment in the long term
as you say lots of research needed
charlatans will pm you
it is statistically likely that one of those guys with huge trust will turn rogue and rip someone off


maybe we ask the Pope to canonise homer?
Thomas More was a saint and a Sir - very smart titles and another excellent egg

yes indeed thats something have to think about.... even I have green trust @the moment and i know what i'm capable of thats a joke still i only have a little trust Wink

and XhomerX already is declared holy @my trust-book in here Wink

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February 22, 2019, 11:59:12 AM

That's a nice hat, cant you restore the car to factory fresh condition for him?  such a beauty     Grin




Good week this week. My team went top of the league earlier in the week   (mic?)



We are prodding around 4k, all good, I'm sure we will find the hole soon and shoot one up there.


  
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you can´t argue with someone who claims that discussing the existence of reptilian overlords is justified historically.  Cheesy  

Shit man I didn't know that. Thanks, it makes sense now. My donk meter obviously failed.


I, for one, welcome our new reptilian overlords


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February 22, 2019, 12:00:28 PM

tbh can't even be arsed myself to try and convert people but then I am mean of spirit and bigoted to boot.
people can come to me respectfully and i'll return that else it gets the woodchipper again


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Even after all these years it mainly comes up as some joke or dig among the sheeple at work :/


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I see bitcoin breaking the 4100-4200 usd resistance level  before the close of this month.Unlike the previous pumps and dumps,there is significant growth in trade volume,consistently trading about 9 billion daily ( assuming exchanges are not "wash trading").
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February 22, 2019, 12:11:41 PM

I see bitcoin breaking the 4100-4200 usd resistance level  before the close of this month.Unlike the previous pumps and dumps,there is significant growth in trade volume,consistently trading about 9 billion daily ( assuming exchanges are not "wash trading").

she knows what she is talking about!
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