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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
Total Voters: 63

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https://dailystormer.name/grotesque-fat-kike-ralph-nadler-to-hold-house-hearing-on-white-nationalism/

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"When Bitcoin was $19,000 folks were saying that they would sell their house if it ever drops to $5,000 to buy it. Well...maybe don’t sell your house but definitely get some."

https://twitter.com/Bitfi6/status/1108789596672925702/photo/1
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Well. About to crack open beer #1 for the day.

https://twitter.com/Cryptanzee/status/1108772363380932610

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now your learning-by-doing latin word of the day is 'cum'
which means like 'when'
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What kind of moron uses a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard in the year 2019.  Better yet, why do you need an interpreter who is doing a half ass and inefficient job just reading shit out of a book and writing it on a board when you can just read the book yourself?
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Everyone is talking about the 140k BTC potential sell-side pressure from the Mt Gox coin redistribution to creditors Absolutely no-one is talking about the $627million being distributed to creditors who may then decide to *buy more* Bitcoin


https://twitter.com/alistairmilne/status/1108769707463770112
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What kind of moron uses a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard in the year 2019.  Better yet, why do you need an interpreter who is doing a half ass and inefficient job just reading shit out of a book and writing it on a board when you can just read the book yourself?

Don’t miss the game and your TA and thought about the price of Q2
We are very curious how you think Q2 Will plays out Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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I´m here since mid 2013, and sold my first BTC at 125 usd. I got it after trading BTC for mined LTC at BTCe. I mined with 2x AMD 7850 gpu

What a trip!

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Damn, my 9x 1080 ti cards need 3 years to get 1 BTC    Grin
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You know an artist named Pascal Boyart from Paris?  He draws cryptography and adds a QR code for his Bitcoin wallet.  The day before, the guy was lucky enough to get 1 BTC from an art lover.
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* BobLawblaw burps as he starts on Beer #4

I think my drinking is beginning to help the slow rebound...

EDIT: It will be spring in Montana soon. Montana is beautiful fucking country. Thinking of maybe moving back. Dallas is... strange.

I used to live in the Dallas 'burbs. What do you dislike about Dallas?
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I like how the Google engineers made JayJuanGee spell "ratt" incorrectly in every post to make him seem more human.
What kind of data set would they have trained him on? His sentences seem far too convoluted to have any significant amounts of data to train off of. Most people would type more like this. At best.
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What kind of moron uses a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard in the year 2019.  Better yet, why do you need an interpreter who is doing a half ass and inefficient job just reading shit out of a book and writing it on a board when you can just read the book yourself?
I honestly prefer chalkboard, if the chalk is good. At least when I'm the one doing the writing. Agree with the rest.
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* BobLawblaw burps as he starts on Beer #4

I think my drinking is beginning to help the slow rebound...

EDIT: It will be spring in Montana soon. Montana is beautiful fucking country. Thinking of maybe moving back. Dallas is... strange.

I wondered why the fuck you made that move.
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Everyone is talking about the 140k BTC potential sell-side pressure from the Mt Gox coin redistribution to creditors Absolutely no-one is talking about the $627million being distributed to creditors who may then decide to *buy more* Bitcoin


https://twitter.com/alistairmilne/status/1108769707463770112
I voted dump btw. Because dump that BCash.
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You can say about Twatter what you want, but Jack seems like a decent dude. Willing to be convinced otherwise if there are any interesting talks by/with him that one could refer me to.
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What kind of moron uses a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard in the year 2019.  Better yet, why do you need an interpreter who is doing a half ass and inefficient job just reading shit out of a book and writing it on a board when you can just read the book yourself?
I honestly prefer chalkboard, if the chalk is good. At least when I'm the one doing the writing. Agree with the rest.
It's much easier and more efficient to learn a language from a person than from a book.
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* BobLawblaw burps as he starts on Beer #4

I think my drinking is beginning to help the slow rebound...

EDIT: It will be spring in Montana soon. Montana is beautiful fucking country. Thinking of maybe moving back. Dallas is... strange.

spring is uppon us Belgians today Roll Eyes

And we had a beautyfull first day

Me on non alcohol till saturday, drunk a little much past holiday evenings....
But on the pizza as we speak and soon +- 2hours Then captain Marvel ——> better be good Smiley
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What kind of moron uses a chalkboard instead of a whiteboard in the year 2019.  Better yet, why do you need an interpreter who is doing a half ass and inefficient job just reading shit out of a book and writing it on a board when you can just read the book yourself?
I honestly prefer chalkboard, if the chalk is good. At least when I'm the one doing the writing. Agree with the rest.
It's much easier and more efficient to learn a language from a person than from a book.
I couldn't tell you because I've learned all of my non-native languages from just reading and writing on the webs. But I generally prefer studying on my own because my questions annoy every teacher.
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