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February 23, 2019, 07:19:54 AM

ping @RoseCactus.

I hate to be the less bullish guy on the WO (excluding trolls, alt shills and nocoiners).

Bitcoin has always been making a profit since its birth, focuses on the long term, do not worry about the present. Wink

Someone needs to do the dirty job to keep things balanced.

Someone has to worry.

... And RoseCactus went AWOL.

He was surely good at worrying about almost every little thing, which may have caused him to worry more?

You know, if he could have sold all his BTC and then left them in cash on an exchange, like QuadrigaCX, in order to prepare to buy back.  That would have been fucked.  Just think of a number of folks who left all their bitcoin investment on that scam exchange.

I thought the comment about him and QuadrigaCX was just a joke. I sure hope that didn't really happen. Would be the final nail in the coffin.
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February 23, 2019, 07:24:45 AM

ping @RoseCactus.

I hate to be the less bullish guy on the WO (excluding trolls, alt shills and nocoiners).

Bitcoin has always been making a profit since its birth, focuses on the long term, do not worry about the present. Wink

Someone needs to do the dirty job to keep things balanced.

Someone has to worry.

... And RoseCactus went AWOL.

He was surely good at worrying about almost every little thing, which may have caused him to worry more?

You know, if he could have sold all his BTC and then left them in cash on an exchange, like QuadrigaCX, in order to prepare to buy back.  That would have been fucked.  Just think of a number of folks who left all their bitcoin investment on that scam exchange.

I thought the comment about him and QuadrigaCX was just a joke. I sure hope that didn't really happen. Would be the final nail in the coffin.

Of course, there is a decent amount of speculation coming from my end, but my understanding is that he is a canadian, and QuadrigaCX was the largest exchange in Canada.. so I am just kind of putting 2 and 2 together.... in a very speculative way  (after someone else had already made the connection.. wasn't it Hairy-used-to-be-beary?)
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February 23, 2019, 07:29:20 AM

I'm living the dream tonight boys, I have a home, a a nice prch and some little furniture out there. This home was paid with a down payment of Bitcoin, and now anytime it moves up or down I get an email from the owner of the loan people. Last email I got was a link to join Morgan coin asking about it.

They were shocked when I told them I bought my first coin at $50

Hopefully, you did not either disclose too much about your still existing BTC stash (if any) or provide them with an impression (or incentive) to attempt to knock you off, especially since they know where you live...  Tongue
I have less than 2 coins I really doubt someone wants to kill me for that.

You just sold in the middle of a bear market or you are referring to something you did long time ago?
I sold around 7k, I unfortunately had to due to my whole getting a house and what not. I never had too many coins just around 5 so I sold a few for a down payment. I think of it like this, I did extremely well and am able to have a nice house and property of my own at (now) 27 for me and my wife. What is money for? Making sure life is comfortable and reducing stress, right? Well I did those two things and brought much more joy to my life rather than a Lamborghini.

(I never planned on fucking whores anyways so what's the point of a Lambo for me rather than increasing my chance of accidentally killing myself)

Yeah, you are completely right. Except for the part of selling so near the (possible) bottom. But a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.

Congrats on your new home. That's a real tangible dream and not some fucking lambo unless you are already so wealthy that you almost need to go that route to find more satisfactions (which is also ok... if done in the right order).
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February 23, 2019, 07:34:01 AM

I'm living the dream tonight boys, I have a home, a a nice prch and some little furniture out there. This home was paid with a down payment of Bitcoin, and now anytime it moves up or down I get an email from the owner of the loan people. Last email I got was a link to join Morgan coin asking about it.

They were shocked when I told them I bought my first coin at $50

Hopefully, you did not either disclose too much about your still existing BTC stash (if any) or provide them with an impression (or incentive) to attempt to knock you off, especially since they know where you live...  Tongue
I have less than 2 coins I really doubt someone wants to kill me for that.

You just sold in the middle of a bear market or you are referring to something you did long time ago?
I sold around 7k, I unfortunately had to due to my whole getting a house and what not. I never had too many coins just around 5 so I sold a few for a down payment. I think of it like this, I did extremely well and am able to have a nice house and property of my own at (now) 27 for me and my wife. What is money for? Making sure life is comfortable and reducing stress, right? Well I did those two things and brought much more joy to my life rather than a Lamborghini.

(I never planned on fucking whores anyways so what's the point of a Lambo for me rather than increasing my chance of accidentally killing myself)

Yeah, you are completely right. Except for the part of selling so near the (possible) bottom. But a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do.

Congrats on your new home. That's a real tangible dream and not some fucking lambo unless you are already so wealthy that you almost need to go that route to find more satisfactions (which is also ok... if done in the right order).
I definitely understand those who get amazing hyper cars, I'm just not there in my life.
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The price at the moment does not increase, but the technology in BTC moves, be it good or bad, this is the important thing.

https://twitter.com/DigitalAssets/status/1099085417557753856
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February 23, 2019, 07:48:26 AM

ping @RoseCactus.

I hate to be the less bullish guy on the WO (excluding trolls, alt shills and nocoiners).

Bitcoin has always been making a profit since its birth, focuses on the long term, do not worry about the present. Wink

Someone needs to do the dirty job to keep things balanced.

Someone has to worry.

... And RoseCactus went AWOL.

He was surely good at worrying about almost every little thing, which may have caused him to worry more?

You know, if he could have sold all his BTC and then left them in cash on an exchange, like QuadrigaCX, in order to prepare to buy back.  That would have been fucked.  Just think of a number of folks who left all their bitcoin investment on that scam exchange.

I thought the comment about him and QuadrigaCX was just a joke. I sure hope that didn't really happen. Would be the final nail in the coffin.

Of course, there is a decent amount of speculation coming from my end, but my understanding is that he is a canadian, and QuadrigaCX was the largest exchange in Canada.. so I am just kind of putting 2 and 2 together.... in a very speculative way  (after someone else had already made the connection.. wasn't it Hairy-used-to-be-beary?)

Didn't know it was the largest exchange in Canada. I had not even heard about it until it came to the news. It would make some sense, but I hope it was not the case.

I have the rule to limit to 10% (nowadays) the amount I leave at risk on exchanges. Ironically, that is probably what refrained me from selling more at the last bull run, because I didn't want to really "withdraw/cash out" any nor leave too much fiat on exchanges. I also didn't have any faith in Tether. It's a double sided sword.
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The price at the moment does not increase, but the technology in BTC moves, be it good or bad, this is the important thing.

https://twitter.com/DigitalAssets/status/1099085417557753856

It is good... but at the same time I think it could probably be already discounted in current price.

Do not get me wrong... I am probabilistically bullish on Bitcoin in the long term, otherwise I would not be hodling, but I am aware of the risks and prefer not to take ANYTHING for granted. YMMV.
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February 23, 2019, 07:52:19 AM

If you're anti firearms have a big sharp knife under your mattress and be prepared to use it.

A knife?  What the hell are you going to do with that?  Any type of home invader is either going to have a gun or large blunt object like a baseball bat or crowbar.  Even pepper spray is better for home defense than a knife.  A typical home invasion is going to be like 3 noggers that attempt to tie you up and kill you.  Happens like every day and the media refuses to cover the stories because it would make people realize having a large black population is a bad idea. Your odds of defeating a whole pack of armed monkeys is not too good with a knife.
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February 23, 2019, 07:53:43 AM

Good morning WO痴

Little bit of weekend pump perhaps Cheesy

I知 always in the mood for one of those
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February 23, 2019, 07:57:20 AM

Oh yes, a Spyderco.  Such a great tool for home defense bass fishing.
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February 23, 2019, 08:03:44 AM

I am not gonna argue a gun vs knife is not an almost lost battle. Still a good foldable defense knife, like the civilian or matriarch, is better than nothing and it might prove useful in some circumstances.
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February 23, 2019, 08:04:49 AM

I'm living the dream tonight boys, I have a home, a a nice prch and some little furniture out there. This home was paid with a down payment of Bitcoin, and now anytime it moves up or down I get an email from the owner of the loan people. Last email I got was a link to join Morgan coin asking about it.

They were shocked when I told them I bought my first coin at $50

Hopefully, you did not either disclose too much about your still existing BTC stash (if any) or provide them with an impression (or incentive) to attempt to knock you off, especially since they know where you live...  Tongue
I have less than 2 coins I really doubt someone wants to kill me for that.

You just sold in the middle of a bear market or you are referring to something you did long time ago?

I sold around 7k, I unfortunately had to due to my whole getting a house and what not. I never had too many coins just around 5 so I sold a few for a down payment. I think of it like this, I did extremely well and am able to have a nice house and property of my own at (now) 27 for me and my wife. What is money for? Making sure life is comfortable and reducing stress, right? Well I did those two things and brought much more joy to my life rather than a Lamborghini.

(I never planned on fucking whores anyways so what's the point of a Lambo for me rather than increasing my chance of accidentally killing myself)

There is no shame in cashing out your bitcoins.

If cashing out from 7k made you happy, that's it. Don't listen to anyone who says otherwise.

I probably will cash out some when I see a new ATH, then some more when it hits $50k and would cash out the rest from $100k. But I have an exception, I'll hodl 1 or 2 coins no matter what the price is gonna be.

0 or $1m. I don't care. I'll hodl them at least 10 years.

I don't want to cash out everything and feel like shit when the price becomes $500k.

I don't wanna be that guy who sodl his 30k coins for $30k. (which is worth nearly $100m today)

You deserved that house because you took the risk that others refused to take. I hope you still have 1 or 2 coins in case it becomes bigger in the future.  Wink
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February 23, 2019, 08:18:10 AM

up early Mic, good thing, I'm dozing off at my station here
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February 23, 2019, 09:04:17 AM

up early Mic, good thing, I'm dozing off at my station here

Semi early
Had a gritt class 09.00CET

I知 broken right now, quick shift McDo and Then i hope to get myself drunk
I think i値l get the job done Wink

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February 23, 2019, 09:07:32 AM

Bitcoin will soon be legitimized in the eyes of 100 million customers per week through Starbucks and Bakkt.

Mobile payments:
Starbucks: 25.6M
Apple Pay: 24.5M
Google Play 12.4M

Worrying about catching the exact bottom is like trying to pick up a penny in front of a steamroller.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1099120779457937408?s=21
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up early Mic, good thing, I'm dozing off at my station here

Semi early
Had a gritt class 09.00CET

I知 broken right now, quick shift McDo and Then i hope to get myself drunk
I think i値l get the job done Wink



mic, I thought you & your girl were pescatarians? How does that work with cooking meat, lol.
I知 off the drink & drugs at the moment, having a few weeks of detox now. Think my body needs some time to repair itself.  
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February 23, 2019, 09:16:31 AM

up early Mic, good thing, I'm dozing off at my station here

Semi early
Had a gritt class 09.00CET

I知 broken right now, quick shift McDo and Then i hope to get myself drunk
I think i値l get the job done Wink



mic, I thought you & your girl were pescatarians? How does that work with cooking beer, lol.
I知 off the drink & drugs at the moment, having a few weeks of detox now. Think my body needs some time to repair itself.  

i don't drink much beer and surely don't cook it, but what has that to do with being pescatarian??
what am i do working @McDo thats a real question, (F***ing) hard being here  Undecided making a few 100 big mac's and sh*t
(btw when in Belgium.... go to quick for a nasty fast-food bar its better Wink )
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My response to the latest mainstream media attack on Bitcoin, this time in @ForeignPolicy. Experts and the establishment keep missing the point. Here’s

https://medium.com/@alexgladstein/a-human-rights-activists-response-to-bitcoin-critics-d50e6760ee80



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February 23, 2019, 09:20:40 AM

Sorry mic, I meant cooking meat. If you don稚 like the murder of animals for food why do you be a part of it Wink
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