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April 24, 2019, 10:46:30 PM

Bitcoin has no CEO.
It has no fancy offices.
It has no marketing department.
It raised $0 from venture capitalist.

Yet, it is worth $100 billion in just 10 years.

Bitcoin is an example of why product-market fit is the only thing that ultimately matters.

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April 24, 2019, 10:49:03 PM

Luckily coding is extremely easy for most of the jobs. If you can say what your program should do out loud you're already half way there. There is tons of work for low level programmers and people just throw money at them.

Just because it uses fancy terms like ML or AI doesn't mean that you're not just regurgitating the same methods over and over in the majority of jobs.

Not everybody needs to be a researcher designing or optimizing algorithms.

Even if you take some sub 100 IQ person. As long as they are capable of language as well as repeating steps somebody else has already taken they will be able to pick up the skills required for low level programming jobs. They really aren't much different from stacking blocks or chopping wood.

Five years would already be far more than anyone could reasonably need when working part-time, but even if you round up to ten years that still leaves at least a few decades of high earnings for most people. But why bother learning something for 10 years if you don't know if it will pay off right? Wrong. And that's the problem.

There are countless other jobs that people can learn in similar amounts of time too. Most people just don't want to put in the effort needed once they are off work and I can totally get that. But that's everybody's choice and not something that the rest of us should be forced to compensate for.

I've seen people struggle to use a photocopier or a fax and you're telling us they can become programmers? I'd like to see it.

Also, what about the structured knowledge of society that leads you down this or any other lucrative path in the first place? How would a dummy know how to judge these things? Last time I checked they were drinking industrial bleach as an elixir!
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April 24, 2019, 10:56:19 PM



It's the rhetoric.  

I am quite certain that if you started erecting spars 15 miles out in the gulf of Mexico and posting on FB about your libertarianism and self sovereignty the reaction of the USCG would be swift and unequivocal.

Global enclosure is nearly complete.  I really think that, short of an orbital Lagrange platform, the aircraft carrier is the only way.

I think an old supertanker or massive container ship would be a better option..  and a lot easier to obtain... 

Granted, there would be more upfront work involved to make it usable.. but with those huge wide open holds, you could basically build in whatever infrastructure you want..  Kinda like buying an old warehouse and turning it into high-end flats...



A Nuclear power plant would be advantageous for many reasons.

One designed by the US would be the best bet.

They are having a hard time decommissioning them so there is something that can be worked out there.

https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/navy-ships/a22690208/us-navy-dismantling-uss-enterprise-nuclear-disposal/
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April 24, 2019, 10:56:57 PM


He is  an academic so his books can be a bit cautious in its conclusions, but they are interesting never the less.

We are scholars.  I know what to expect.

Please give a shoot review of the books/papers if you can spare the time, I haven't read any of his English publications.
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April 24, 2019, 10:58:01 PM

Check out @filbfilb’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/filbfilb/status/1121181587167744005?s=09

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April 24, 2019, 10:59:37 PM
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It affects security and challenges the state power of Thailand and it is intolerable," he said.

Thailand has very specific laws and they can't be ignored ! The ones on men's clothing in particular are very strict.



P.S : got a bit scared reading the first words of that article.

They are in a scary part of the world for Westerners.



https://www.forbes.com/sites/priceonomics/2017/03/21/ranking-the-most-dangerous-countries-for-americans-to-visit/
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April 24, 2019, 11:09:55 PM

That fraudulent coin has struck a partership with that club? Eww. I don't expect LC fans to be any smarter than average monkeys about this. When you think about a real cryptocurrency, how could Bitcoin partner up with a club? Who would we send, fake Jesus or fake Satoshi? Roll Eyes

Liverpool denies partnership with Tron. lol.

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https://decryptmedia.com/6684/tron-liverpool-football-club-fc

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April 24, 2019, 11:13:10 PM

As you guys know (or should) I always keep an eye on www.coinatmradar.com to see how it grows.

Is there anyone here other than Mr. Toronto who actually uses these things? They seem weirdly quaint an idea to me. Literally everywhere else will give you a better rate on average.

I've played poker with a guy that owns 6 IIRC in Massachusetts and he showed me the daily activity 6 months ago and it is substantial.

I haven't seen him playing since the dive from 6k though.
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Always the same loser F*** that doesn’t belang here, not much gonna change on that .... trying to break someone down won't make you sympathetic....

First buy and own Some BTC Then show yourself in here. “Probably gonna take a long time”

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April 24, 2019, 11:15:06 PM

Not only for Westerners but for locals too and India is missing in that list. last year one American killed by Indian primitive tribe. he was here for preaching gospel.
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Usually means Pump incoming.

I just noticed this.


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https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/03/tether-quietly-dilutes-its-usd-reverse-claims-drawing-criticism/

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April 24, 2019, 11:22:17 PM

You are a smart, college educated guy

Half the population has an IQ less than 100

You know I've noticed the lower the IQ the more preoccupied they are with getting laid. I have speculated that that is a programmed evolutionary trait. I have no clue if I am correct and have never researched it, just made note of it as being Odd.
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April 24, 2019, 11:25:47 PM

Anyone know how to chart Tether market cap on TradingView?
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April 24, 2019, 11:28:10 PM

I guess this is why the price is falling from $5.6k suddenly since yesterday.
No wonder none of the altcoins rose up in price at the same time as btc did which I found odd in the first place. Undecided


Not according to raja. Cheesy
Too many tether could bring in fake volume but then what of the price when its overinflated by it? Embarrassed
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As you guys know (or should) I always keep an eye on www.coinatmradar.com to see how it grows.

Is there anyone here other than Mr. Toronto who actually uses these things? They seem weirdly quaint an idea to me. Literally everywhere else will give you a better rate on average.

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April 24, 2019, 11:31:22 PM

Anyone know how to chart Tether market cap on TradingView?
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Not according to raja. Cheesy
Too many tether could bring in fake volume but then what of the price when its overinflated by it? Embarrassed

As far as I remember the 2017 pump started with Tether printing. I also seem to recall a few times it was printed and absorbed dumps.

But DYOR, my memory is sub par these last years.
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April 24, 2019, 11:34:21 PM


Agreed the casualisation of the workforce is corrosive to society. How is anyone supposed to raise a family if they have 5 jobs?   It’s a shit way to live.

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April 24, 2019, 11:35:54 PM

I've seen people struggle to use a photocopier or a fax and you're telling us they can become programmers? I'd like to see it.

Also, what about the structured knowledge of society that leads you down this or any other lucrative path in the first place? How would a dummy know how to judge these things? Last time I checked they were drinking industrial bleach as an elixir!
I'm sure everybody in this thread has seen people struggle with even dumber shit. For some reason some people either don't have the right mindset to identify solutions to problems by themselves or they are inherently incapable of doing so.

However, you can certainly teach those people how to use a photocopier or a fax and basic programming is no more difficult while also in high demand.

People who drink bleach as an elixir have already solved all their problems. The remainder can use the internet, which is what I did. I have spent years scavenging the internet for dozens upon dozens of different paths. There's no wizardry going on here, literally pick a bunch of acceptable categories and a bunch of desirable ones then go from there.


You can't tell me that people are too stupid to Google "What jobs Y that involve X are there and what are the salaries?" and then follow up with "What paths to Y are there?". And I also don't believe that people who immediately fold are inherently incapable of following instructions until they commit them to memory.



You are a smart, college educated guy

Half the population has an IQ less than 100

You know I've noticed the lower the IQ the more preoccupied they are with getting laid. I have speculated that that is a programmed evolutionary trait. I have no clue if I am correct and have never researched it, just made note of it as being Odd.
Perhaps if you're less intelligent you need to win by quantity over quality. Which seems to be in line with the data. The lowest IQ people are those with the most children. Ironically having more children than you can support not only makes survival harder, but also actively hinders education.
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