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March 10, 2019, 06:08:13 PM

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I wonder if Trollgoossens has comprehended yet that bitcoins don't actually exist and you're paying $4000 for a timestamp.
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Is there a BTC/USD wall observing connection, goofball?

I've seen you throw the G word around a number of times. Are you aware how offensive it is to many people?

Where I live it is considered a challenge to fight. It is a word used to describe rapists, informers, pedophiles, etc.

It's the ultimate insult.

I use such variations of that expression to contain ideas like silly, goofy, retarded or stupid.  It is meant to be somewhat insulting because I am suggesting that the person is engaging in some kind of purposeful behavior.. such as in the case of Ibian bringing up racial superiority bullshit and suggesting impurities with the mixing of races and other baloney that seems hardly even relevant to this thread, except that he wants to have a platform for baloney talk.

Anyhow, first time that I ever heard about the kind of usage of goofball that you refer to, so seems to me that your interpretation must be an extreme regionalism or perhaps a small group of your friends?  So does not really seem to apply either to how I am using it or to all of a sudden consider some kind of novel meaning to otherwise commonly understood usage.   

In other words, I am neither convinced that my usage is that level of offensive on a general usage level nor dissuaded from any desire to use it, as I consider to be appropriate, such as in the cases that I already have used such expression variations..
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March 10, 2019, 06:13:34 PM


Is there a BTC/USD wall observing connection, goofball?

cue incoming flame in 3...2...

Another day of JayJuanGoyim, Tim Draper, and Mike Novogratz sitting around jacking off to imaginary, valueless shitcoins.

Aren't we talking about bitcoin, here?

You must have gotten the wrong memo if you consider bitcoin to be a shit coin.  Perhaps you should go to one of the many alt coin threads.  You must be lost....

hahahahaha... already knew that you were lost because you sold all your bitcoins in the sub $700 arena.. and bought gold and silver with those proceeds and failed/refused to hedge your bets... go figure?... and you been trolling and lost ever since.. and seemingly bitter and resentful about your decision, too... .. hahahahahaha.. .pobrecito..... that's why there is a term named after you.  Eg.. "getting roached"    Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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March 10, 2019, 06:17:54 PM

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I wonder if Trollgoossens has comprehended yet that bitcoins don't actually exist and you're paying $4000 for a timestamp.


This is a retarded point, roach.  Bitcoins don't exist.. what a stupid-ass level of existentialism you are expressing, and I did not even know that you did weed or whatever it is that you been smoken to come up with that level of lameness.
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So in the last issue of We Are Completely Fucked I opined that humans are a lot like rats, and we will probably end up the same way.

You might wanna check this. more or less same.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlMAKpxN8N0
I see that, and raise you a kiwi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs
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March 10, 2019, 06:38:40 PM

first time that I ever heard about the kind of usage of goofball that you refer to, so seems to me that your interpretation must be an extreme regionalism or perhaps a small group of your friends

You made me look it up.

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Goof

Definition #2 places it firmly as a Canadianism but the other similar definitions are less specific and I was led to believe it was used in this sense in the USA as well. Maybe south of the border only criminals use it. It's more common in general use here.

It obviously has its roots in the prison system but it was first brought to my attention when I was playing in bars years ago. Someone told me it was an acronym for Go On Or Fight.

It is always taken very seriously. To not respond immediately is considered a sign of weakness and cowardice.

As for "a small group of my friends", I don't generally associate with the type of people who use that expression unless I'm being paid.

Just thought I'd give you a heads up. (Damn, is "heads up" another Canadianism, based on hockey?)   Huh

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March 10, 2019, 06:40:09 PM


Fuck, every day there's some shit.

Alternatives:


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first time that I ever heard about the kind of usage of goofball that you refer to, so seems to me that your interpretation must be an extreme regionalism or perhaps a small group of your friends

You made me look it up.

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Goof

...I was led to believe it was used in this sense in the USA as well.

Just thought I'd give you a heads up. (Damn, is "heads up" another Canadianism, based on hockey?)   Huh



"goofball" is close to be endearing (or at least neutral as in "silly") in USA.
Isn't it funny that the same word in a neighboring country means something totally different.

Or, wait..."mate" is not used in US.
Definitely, not a buddy/friend/acquaintance. Actually, it is more of a scientific term (as in "mating") than anything else.
"heads up" means the same, however.
 
A few more canadian-specific words/meanings:
https://www.shakeology.com/blogs/2016/11/02/13-canadian-words-with-totally-different-u-s-meanings/
Australian-specific:
https://www.bigstockphoto.com/blog/uncategorized/20-australian-words-that-mean-something-different-in-the-us/
UK:
https://www.bigstockphoto.com/blog/uncategorized/20-british-words-that-mean-something-totally-different-in-the-us/
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After 10 years of bugs, hacks, scams, bans, civil war, breakthroughs and fortunes gained and lost, Bitcoin has spread like a virus around the world and has set the stage for a new financial system. Bitcoin's future has never been brighter, but much of the fun and positive spirit that got us here has been abstracted away. It's time for that to change.

The mission of Bitcoin 2019 is to reignite the BTC community by advancing shared goals and highlighting the people and organizations bringing them into reality. From the biggest miners and most active core devs to Fortune 500 companies and darknet markets, this will be a yearly gathering of old and new friends that inclusively reimagines the narrative around digital value and manifests an amenable answer to the question: “Why does this technology matter?”
This blurb is immensely annoying. There is the usual mix of well-meaning core types and total fucking scammers speaking.
Can't see the point of going myself, but you?
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March 10, 2019, 06:57:40 PM

Good evening WO fams!
Another wedding party and again a lot of meat LOL
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March 10, 2019, 06:59:09 PM

Fuck, every day there's some shit.

Use multiSig wallet or hardware wallet. I sleep without worry. zzzzzzzzzzzz
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March 10, 2019, 07:11:08 PM

first time that I ever heard about the kind of usage of goofball that you refer to, so seems to me that your interpretation must be an extreme regionalism or perhaps a small group of your friends

You made me look it up.

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Goof

Definition #2 places it firmly as a Canadianism but the other similar definitions are less specific and I was led to believe it was used in this sense in the USA as well. Maybe south of the border only criminals use it. It's more common in general use here.

It obviously has its roots in the prison system but it was first brought to my attention when I was playing in bars years ago. Someone told me it was an acronym for Go On Or Fight.

It is always taken very seriously. To not respond immediately is considered a sign of weakness and cowardice.

As for "a small group of my friends", I don't generally associate with the type of people who use that expression unless I'm being paid.

Just thought I'd give you a heads up. (Damn, is "heads up" another Canadianism, based on hockey?)   Huh

Fair enough.  I still don't really see any problem with my usage.. and even calling someone goofy tends to be a lot nicer than calling them stupid or retarded.. but anyhow, I suppose it can depend upon context, too.

From your link and explanations, I recognize that in certain circles such an expression could be misunderstood.. but it still seems kind of niche.. so I still don't see why anyone here should get MOAR offended by either my past usage in the way that I had attempted to use it or my likely continued future usage of such term based on what appears to be kind of obvious general usage. 

Sure, as I already suggested, there already exists a kind of intention from me to be aggressive with such namecalling and to insult by the common usage meaning of "goofball" or whatever other variant that I was using that had "goof" as the root word... and further, as many of us recognize, there is already an internet culture that causes some kinds of name calling that would less likely take place in the meat space - especially if the parties are expecting to have a continued relationship with someone.   

In the meat space, we might be able to engage in avoidance or just not be in the same circles with certain ideas... also, sometimes in the meat space trollers will frequently get shut down fairly quickly by the whole group too, if they were to start spouting out political and racial agendas in a group that is talking about bitcoin, for example.

Many of us likely realize that on the internet, sometimes, there is a need to be more assertive in certain circumstances to make a point.. and of course, there is discretion there, too, and the dynamics on the internet are different from the meat space, too.  Of course, sometimes on the internet, we will be kind of stuck with each other, which also might happen in certain meatspace circumstances as well, for example relatives at a christmas party, a wedding, a funeral, a picnic or some other similar family gathering.
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Exactly... a self-portrait of Ibian.   Tongue Tongue    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 10, 2019, 07:16:01 PM

Good evening WO fams!
Another wedding party and again a lot of meat LOL


Good to have goals. Smiley
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March 10, 2019, 07:16:28 PM

Fuck, every day there's some shit.

Use multiSig wallet or hardware wallet. I sleep without worry. zzzzzzzzzzzz

Personally I have no problem with this, I mean that everything is susceptible to being hacked and almost every day there is news of this type.
My keys, wallet.dat,s and paswords everything is out of line.
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Good to have goals. Smiley


These days
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I am attending parties too much
I am eating too much
I am having less sleep

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Good to have goals. Smiley


These days
I am going out too much
I am attending parties too much
I am eating too much
I am having less sleep



Unacceptable.
We need you strong and healthy.
No more parties till $10k.
Even then only a small one.
sleep. healthy food. exercise. hodl. repeat
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March 10, 2019, 07:47:43 PM

https://twitter.com/EvanJRichard/status/1104816849592770566

Ledger demonstrating five different attacks against Trezor right now. #MITBitcoinExpo

more Trezor analysis/venom in today's Block Digest https://youtu.be/4HAkDG6pNo0
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Actually a lot of those words are actually just what the rest of the world calls things rather than using Americanisms.

Serviettes are serviettes in England, Kenya, Mexico, Canada, and most English-speaking countries around the world. Only Americans call them "paper napkins".

Bacon from the back (loin) of the hog is called "back bacon" in most places. Only in the USA is it called Canadian bacon. Some Canadians call it "peameal bacon". The Brits often call side bacon "streaky bacon".

Only in the USA is synthetic cheese-like garbage called "American cheese". The rest of the world calls it "process cheese".

In most of the world "football" is played with the feet, not the hands. Exceptions are Canada and Australia.

Funny language, English.
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As for the word "goof" meaning a lowlife, it's apparently used in the USA as such (although perhaps mostly in prison) but with a slightly narrower definition.

Here in Canada it is used for pedophiles, informers, rapists and other unreliable or undesirable scum. In the USA it seems to be used mostly to describe pedophiles who prey specifically on young boys.

Aren't words fun?  Cheesy
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