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March 19, 2019, 10:52:11 PM


Aside the bull&bear there are sharks and lions in markets. This lion need special training before choosing the side Cheesy
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March 19, 2019, 10:57:59 PM

^ Uh... that's a tiger.

edit: same genus though so your not not wrong

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March 19, 2019, 11:02:05 PM

^ Uh... that's a tiger.

edit: same genus though so your not not wrong



That’s like, just your perspective, man
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March 19, 2019, 11:05:37 PM

^ Uh... that's a tiger.

edit: same genus though so your not not wrong

We have Lions, tigers and bears, here.



Oh my!





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March 19, 2019, 11:07:15 PM

Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.
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March 19, 2019, 11:08:16 PM

We have Lions, tigers and bears, here.

And bugs.
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March 19, 2019, 11:18:58 PM

Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....

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March 19, 2019, 11:22:32 PM

^ Uh... that's a tiger.

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That’s like, just your perspective, man

 Do you have to use so many cuss words?
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Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....


Too bad that they don't have BTC call options that I am aware of.  Then d_eddie could buy an option to buy at this price (or a little higher) for the next two months.
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March 19, 2019, 11:28:35 PM

Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....


Well I wouldn't be too surprised, we have been sitting with $600 or so dollars up and down for a few months now.
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March 19, 2019, 11:51:08 PM

Well, it's a matter of time before we forcefully break through $4,000 and go on to crush the souls of the bears.
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Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....


Well I wouldn't be too surprised, we have been sitting with $600 or so dollars up and down for a few months now.
 

I understand that it is not a stretch of imagination that we might stay in these prices quite a bit longer.  I just wanted to give d_eddie a rough time in terms of his wanting to hold back the train/rocket just for his mere .2BTC.. all 17million BTC have to wait for his .2BTC.. hahahahaha.  

Well, it's a matter of time before we forcefully break through $4,000 and go on to crush the souls of the bears.

Would be nice.  Then d_eddie may have to pay more than $1k for his next .2 BTC.. rather than getting them at a sub-$4k bargain price.   Cry Cry
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March 19, 2019, 11:57:30 PM

Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....


Too bad that they don't have BTC call options that I am aware of.  Then d_eddie could buy an option to buy at this price (or a little higher) for the next two months.
No options that I know of either.

And JJG, that wouldn't be 0.2 or I wouldn't have bothered to poke you into a retort ;-)
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Geeze I don't know if I'd want to date a woman who's crazy enough to do that. She might jump on the hood of your car if you ever want to drive off somewhere.

My buddies wife did just that when she was 9 months pregnant and tried to kick in the windshield! She was fucking nuts.
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March 20, 2019, 12:03:40 AM

Wanna be safe then build and underground bunker and hide.

Have you seen the film with John Goodman - 10 Cloverfield Lane

I’d love to build something like that one day.

Nope, watching the trailer now.
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March 20, 2019, 12:15:43 AM

Gold vs Bitcoin  Smiley

Source: @JournalDuToken

Those charts might line up, but fundamentally, the comparison seems really dumb.

Gold is many thousands of years old and bitcoin is just 10 years old.

Bitcoin is likely in an s-curve exponential adoption phase, and if anything gold might be losing some of its steam, and even if gold is not losing it's steam because folks are attempting to rethink ways to use gold or to use it in digitally backed ways, gold is much more of a mature market as compared with bitcoin... so just because their charts match up during a certain juxtaposed time period, seem like a kind of coincidence more than anything.

Weird coincidence yesterday. After I saw this chart nd went out I was at the gas station and a car drove up and some chick said in broken English that she was from Dubai and wanted to trade her gold ring for gas. I told her I don't buy gold. Cheesy

I didn't even look at the ring she was holding out, have no clue if it was real or not.
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Wanna be safe then build and underground bunker and hide.

Have you seen the film with John Goodman - 10 Cloverfield Lane

I’d love to build something like that one day.

Nope, watching the trailer now.

Goodman played a good roll @that movie
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First time in my best known HODLzone, over 4000 so quickly in it Smiley

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Weird coincidence yesterday. After I saw this chart nd went out I was at the gas station and a car drove up and some chick said in broken English that she was from Dubai and wanted to trade her gold ring for gas. I told her I don't buy gold. Cheesy

I didn't even look at the ring she was holding out, have no clue if it was real or not.

Who knows these days?  You have to be an expert to figure that out, or take the ring to the pawn shop and see how much they will give you for it.  Problem is that if you pay her for the ring, then she is gone by the time you find out from the pawn shop that they are not going to give you anything for it.
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March 20, 2019, 12:26:48 AM

Bought another 0.2 or so. I think I'll be able to get a more substantial chunk within a couple of months, so I just hope the price stays in this area a little longer.

Yeah, right.  We are just going to hang around here for a couple more months in order that you can buy another .2BTC.  ok....


Too bad that they don't have BTC call options that I am aware of.  Then d_eddie could buy an option to buy at this price (or a little higher) for the next two months.
No options that I know of either.

And JJG, that wouldn't be 0.2 or I wouldn't have bothered to poke you into a retort ;-)


https://www.deribit.com for options


Haven’t used them. DYOR.  
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March 20, 2019, 12:27:43 AM

Weird coincidence yesterday. After I saw this chart nd went out I was at the gas station and a car drove up and some chick said in broken English that she was from Dubai and wanted to trade her gold ring for gas. I told her I don't buy gold. Cheesy

I didn't even look at the ring she was holding out, have no clue if it was real or not.

I have a clue
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