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March 30, 2019, 09:21:18 PM

Another bull break attempt - Yipee!

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March 30, 2019, 09:26:15 PM
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Another bull break attempt - Yipee!

ignore this post if you're not an ADA hodler...

Dildo dildo dildo dildo dildoooooo

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Ooo Limoncello

We like a drink called Sgroupino or something?



its sorbet prosecco limoncello etc. blitzed in a blender.

Nice for the summer.

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Sgroppino, love that shit!
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I think CH is serious:

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There's a cataclysm coming to mankind and it is provably anthropogenic.

Released into the wild ten short years ago, Bitcoin will obliterate today's failing governing systems of liberal democracy, central banking and nation-statism. There being no way of 'stopping' Bitcoin, pure capitalism and individual sovereignty will soon enough reign over the Earth.

However, financial, and therefore manufacturing and logistics systems will break down completely unless the powers that be hand over to the Bitcoin Hodlers unreservedly.
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March 30, 2019, 10:26:16 PM

23.22h

I’m honest with you Guys

For today 1 lemoncello mule (big glass), 1 bottle of wine my GF drunk almost 0 of it... one coffee with amaretto on the side....

Quickly paid the bill and drive home

Know in our HODLnest with milk and cookies thinking what to see and sleep

Have to face the early defeat BOOZ had on me this evening.... (on the other hand feeling very pleasant and HODLing)

Almost good night i think
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March 30, 2019, 10:34:29 PM

Ooo Limoncello

We like a drink called Sgroupino or something?



its sorbet prosecco limoncello etc. blitzed in a blender.

Nice for the summer.

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Yeah its very good and @belgium also a standard in italian resto’s, they always serve a small glass of this when paying the bill

Wink
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March 30, 2019, 10:45:30 PM

breaking news!!! X= accepting BTC

breaking news!!! X= accepting BTC

breaking news!!! X= accepting BTC

breaking news!!! X= accepting BTC


Micg... already accepted BTC al along and Will keep accepting it Smiley Cheesy
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March 30, 2019, 11:19:10 PM

Good night

Light out ....
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March 31, 2019, 12:05:06 AM
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Be nice if we could see some kind of push towards $4200 this weekend. Be a bit shit if we dip below $4000 again.

Bring on the green Smiley

Seems reasonable, and even plausible when we are lingering (at $4,070-$4,097) within about a percentage point from $4,130... and seems to be a bit of a reluctance to go down  - even though, you never know.  Never say never and all dat.  

Probably as am typing this, wants to go above $4,100.... .. so  $4,200 within the next "critical" 8 28 hours?  Perhaps?

Edited above:  I am also thinking that there could be some preference to keep the price down a bit, until this week's weekly candle closes.  So perhaps the pump above $4,200 will also wait for at least another 24 hours.. just to keep BTC price matters from feeling as if they are becoming too frothy.  A little lame of a theory, but .... Perhaps?  Perhaps?  

It's the "don't let it get too frothy theory."  Anyone can relate to such a possible theory?  Or is my brain not getting enough oxygen, recently?   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 31, 2019, 01:36:02 AM

I missed a few hundred pages but the hurries should be semi-over now, I try and keep up with my favourite thread in the webz from now on again Smiley

EDIT: This is my 500th post, time for a beer!

My man back @the scene Smiley

500th —-> you make me feel like a spammer Roll Eyes

Cheers mate!

Nah, you just have more to say than I do Cheesy

Oh and I have missed you guys, even JJG's ultra long posts, feels good to have time for this again.


hahahahahaha...   Perhaps time heals wounds... temporarily... until I start to get on your nerves, again.    Tongue
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March 31, 2019, 01:56:19 AM

To be brutally honest, battling some issues with depression and anxiety, and recognizing that alcohol is not healthy for me at present.

good man, me too

pretty much dry since Dec 21 or there abouts
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March 31, 2019, 02:03:55 AM

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But you know its Saturday, today we have to crack our head around whats gonna be the first alcoholic drink of the evening Cheesy

I'm on my fifth beer yo. And not some child sized 0.33, I'm talking pints Smiley

Wow .5's  ? Smiley

take it easy evening has yet to start

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Just finished the fifth and going to liquor store now to get something stronger. This is my first time in a loooooooooooong time to do this btw and I'm sure feeling happy about it Cheesy been training like hell for the past months.

keep up the training, if you look for insane high intensity i'm doing 3 X a week less mills gritt, check it out (on you tube or something) there are 3 different version strength, cardio, or plyo "now athletic" mix this with your training and man you will be feeling some real body changes

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIatzdu1w5s
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this is a version of the strength of last 3 months "choreo changes every 3 months"  (also a cardio and plyo so three times a week each time different one)
lessons always 30 minutes, after these lessons you can't speak out your own name anymore.... a must do for the sport-peoples of the WO, only do when you have some sporting background Smiley

Thanks for the tip mate, will have a look at it Smiley

Been jogging around 40-50km weekly and some speed-walking on top of that on off days with the same distance. 10km goes under 40m fairly easy at the moment. Gonna start hitting the gym 5-6x weekly starting from next week, idea is to get in top shape for June 2019 so the girls would scream when they see me at the beach Cheesy

just wait t'ill summer 2021 and walk around with a BTC tattoo or some BTC device on the beach, you will see more than just screams Grin Grin


OPSEC!!!!!

Please dont do that after the next bull run - private 6 star club ok but not the public beach Lips sealed

I'm not even sure if it would be a good idea at a private 6 star club... .. .Maybe with a few close family members? and/or some long term friends who you know are motivated by integrity rather than material one-upsmanship.
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March 31, 2019, 02:24:47 AM

The hatefull bears

Alto

Inglorious ver

Etc.....



Good good morning btw have a good Saturday, do something fun

Changed 8 tires on the Winnie. No fun at all!!!

They torque to 450-500ft/lbs and weigh a butt ton.

I am getting way too old for this shit.
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March 31, 2019, 02:26:38 AM

What on earth is a Winnie and why does it have 8 tires?
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March 31, 2019, 02:31:44 AM

Winnebago, think big ass yank caravan

usually only 6 tires, so I'm not 100% what's up with that

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March 31, 2019, 02:41:57 AM

VLog #1 - A personal message from Bitcoin to Vitalik

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NpxI2WnybU
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March 31, 2019, 02:48:54 AM

...but 450 ft⋅lb is a lot of torque even for a winnebago... maybe he's got one of these?

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