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April 21, 2019, 08:20:42 PM

Anyway this what this bald guy thinks going to happen:

Since that hairdo is now gone I believe everything he tells me going forward.
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April 21, 2019, 08:24:29 PM

Anyway this what this bald guy thinks going to happen:

Since that hairdo is now gone I believe everything he tells me going forward.


What I can't see is if we are all depending on crypto adoption how anyone would or could than socially or otherwise BTC could come back and moon from $1,000

is beyond me. It goes that low and we are toast IMHO in that all adoption (newbies) would dry up and the HODL folk like myself would dump way more than 1/2 their

hoard before that $1,000 price. Just can't see it as working at that level with the amount of FUD and PRESS gleefully pumping our demise to the masses at those price levels.

To me 'adoption' is a fragile flower...it simply could not come back at a $1,000 dump level. The Fud'sters would win IMHO if that was to happen.




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April 21, 2019, 08:25:36 PM
Last edit: April 21, 2019, 08:37:29 PM by HairyMaclairy

A lot of original users came to Bitcoin due to like of no government control, that's something libertarians and right leaning people like.

Now with the left going full socialism and wanting to give away money from those who work to those who "are unable or UNWILLING TO WORK" in their new green deal and wanting huge tax rates I think most bitcoiners in the US are probably Trump supporters.

Let’s assume you are President and King and have total control over the laws of the land. What happens to those unable or unwilling to work?

The unwilling can fuck right off.
+1 smerit

I don't understand how this could even be up for debate.
When has society ever decided that being a lazy piece of shit is an acceptable behavior and is to be rewarded with a living income?

Talk about a way to breed even more losers into society and bring it down moreso in total.

Low end jobs would have no workers, the taxes on those who work would be raised to cover them, it  would be a monumental source of damage to the economy and society.

Guys - indulge me in working through this.  

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?
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April 21, 2019, 08:33:51 PM


What I can't see is if we are all depending on crypto adoption how anyone would or could than socially or otherwise BTC could come back and moon from $1,000

is beyond me. It goes that low and we are toast IMHO in that all adoption (newbies) would dry up and the HODL folk like myself would dump way more than 1/2 their

hoard before that $1,000 price. Just can't see it as working at that level with the amount of FUD and PRESS gleefully pumping our demise to the masses at those price levels.

To me 'adoption' is a fragile flower...it simply could not come back at a $1,000 dump level. The Fud'sters would win IMHO if that was to happen.

Nobody knows shit. And he's proven himself to not know shit by stating upfront that everything that is not BTC is going to zero. Everything that is not BTC is largely worthless indeed but not enough people will ever agree with his wee opinion.

As for $1000, if it happened this year it would be alarming but a lot less alarming than if it was still considerably lower than it is now in a couple of years.



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April 21, 2019, 08:36:52 PM



So some of them are still in the race Cheesy
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Sounds like someone is confused about the difference between Hyperledger Fabric and Bitcoin. 

Haha. See? We can ally on shared topics.






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Awww fuck son, it's an Easter Miracle.

It’s all very sudden and confusing. Not sure I was ready to take this next step.  But here we find ourselves.  
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April 21, 2019, 08:41:04 PM

Guys - indulge me in working through this.  

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

Sorry Hairy, no, no welfare for the unwilling.

I'm all for letting them free range and make their informal way as best they can, but if they steal or crap in the commons they get the piss beat out of them.
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April 21, 2019, 08:41:30 PM

Found it ! Iconfirm is trusted by jollygood who's trusted by someone I trust. Fuck, this thing is complicated.
Sorry if I scared some of you.

This is your default view


This is what I see for you based on my trust setting


An alternative approach is not to give a fuck about trust ratings and ignore them
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April 21, 2019, 08:41:54 PM

yeah...I need a bigger hard drive...my node outran my storage last week

Well, you're in luck. Today, it costs about 20 milli-BTC to buy a 1TB SSD.

Of course, it'll be cheaper tomorrow, but...
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April 21, 2019, 08:42:32 PM

Guys - indulge me in working through this.  

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

Sorry Hairy, no, no welfare for the unwilling.

I'm all for letting them free range and make their informal way as best they can, but if they steal or crap in the commons they get the piss beat out of them.

Certainly.  

Can you spell it out exactly what happens to those who are able but point blank refuse to work?  

It might turn out I agree with y’all, it’s just that I don’t understand what is being proposed.
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April 21, 2019, 08:45:26 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrGx0lhdNBY&t=11509s

I posted the stream earlier but surprisingly nobody here was interested in it.

Anyway this what this bald guy thinks going to happen:



Looks fucking scary. If they asked me to paint the most horrific bear run, I would exactly paint it like this. It is long, it is not directly going down, it is a fucking torture. You think going from 6k to 3k was bad? Pray it doesn't go below.

I guess I am scared. Gonna wait a few months before I buy anything new. No more FOMO.

F*** it as a coiner don't be afraid to increase now and if it go's increase then what possible @that time.... but being afraid @3-4-5K to buy is greedy, if it wouldn't go lower then you have to punch yourself 2 black eyes cause you didn't bought @these levels!! If your not comfortable with buying than don't go ALL-IN but why not some smooth buying??

And F*** that F***ing idiot, he's just a good laugh for a haircut and nothing else!  I do hope it doesn't go that way, but it doesn't concern me to increase and HODL it all the way through as it would and i'm surely not afraid with just keep doing as i'm doing now....

Your a way of a to good WO-member to stop buying BTC @ whatever low prices.... just like LFC buy what is considered to be spare FIAT-trash and stack it  on top of the HODL coins Smiley

I remember your 21 goal... so buy and get there as fast and cheap as you can Smiley


And those graphs are all just some lines and paths of what it could be .... if you want I will draw some Roll Eyes and why don't just take HM's line as good possibility thats a easy and steady one as well with not to much horror Cheesy Cheesy
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April 21, 2019, 08:47:48 PM

It goes that low and we are toast IMHO in that all adoption (newbies) would dry up and the HODL folk like myself would dump way more than 1/2 their hoard before that $1,000 price.

Aw hellz naw.

If I didn't dump when it fell off the $6000 cliff to half that figure, I certainly ain't spraying it out at $1000.
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April 21, 2019, 08:48:48 PM

A lot of original users came to Bitcoin due to like of no government control, that's something libertarians and right leaning people like.

Now with the left going full socialism and wanting to give away money from those who work to those who "are unable or UNWILLING TO WORK" in their new green deal and wanting huge tax rates I think most bitcoiners in the US are probably Trump supporters.

Let’s assume you are President and King and have total control over the laws of the land. What happens to those unable or unwilling to work?

The unwilling can fuck right off.
+1 smerit

I don't understand how this could even be up for debate.
When has society ever decided that being a lazy piece of shit is an acceptable behavior and is to be rewarded with a living income?

Talk about a way to breed even more losers into society and bring it down moreso in total.

Low end jobs would have no workers, the taxes on those who work would be raised to cover them, it  would be a monumental source of damage to the economy and society.

Guys - indulge me in working through this.  

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

They do not get any welfare, how they get by is their own business, live on mom, beg, (but that is a kind of job), borrow, what ever.
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April 21, 2019, 08:50:28 PM

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

That's right, they starve.

Compelled to work? Because you know what's good for them? Who anointed you all Mr/Ms High-And-Mighty?

You do you. They do themselves. I do me. See how easy that all is?
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April 21, 2019, 08:52:31 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrGx0lhdNBY&t=11509s

I posted the stream earlier but surprisingly nobody here was interested in it.

Anyway this what this bald guy thinks going to happen:



Looks fucking scary. If they asked me to paint the most horrific bear run, I would exactly paint it like this. It is long, it is not directly going down, it is a fucking torture. You think going from 6k to 3k was bad? Pray it doesn't go below.

I guess I am scared. Gonna wait a few months before I buy anything new. No more FOMO.

F*** it as a coiner don't be afraid to increase now and if it go's increase then what possible @that time.... but being afraid @3-4-5K to buy is greedy, if it wouldn't go lower then you have to punch yourself 2 black eyes cause you didn't bought @these levels!! If your not comfortable with buying than don't go ALL-IN but why not some smooth buying??

And F*** that F***ing idiot, he's just a good laugh for a haircut and nothing else!  I do hope it doesn't go that way, but it doesn't concern me to increase and HODL it all the way through as it would and i'm surely not afraid with just keep doing as i'm doing now....

Your a way of a to good WO-member to stop buying BTC @ whatever low prices.... just like LFC buy what is considered to be spare FIAT-trash and stack it  on top of the HODL coins Smiley

I remember your 21 goal... so buy and get there as fast and cheap as you can Smiley


And those graphs are all just some lines and paths of what it could be .... if you want I will draw some Roll Eyes and why don't just take HM's line as good possibility thats a easy and steady one as well with not to much horror Cheesy Cheesy


Relax bruh.

The guy looks like a retard I know but that stupid looking face shorted bitcoin while we were buying from 6k. I hate his face and I promise myself I won't watch his shit ever again but then I remember how he was right.

Something inside me warns me to not buy from these prices. I am already close to 6btc with the average cost of $3.2k. If I anchor myself to $5k, I won't have anything left to buy from a lower price. I'll keep buying to DCA but I bought pretty big pieces when it was between $5k-10k.

Gonna sit and watch for a while. (not buying big pieces, only dca'ing with smaller pieces) It is not like I am dumping to buy back from a lower price. I am not stupid. I always buy high sell low.  Grin
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Sounds like someone is confused about the difference between Hyperledger Fabric and Bitcoin. 

Haha. See? We can ally on shared topics.






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Awww fuck son, it's an Easter Miracle.

It’s all very sudden and confusing. Not sure I was ready to take this next step.  But here we find ourselves.  

Good thing we so quickly found something else upon which we seem likely to disagree.

And I'm not even sure myself how much of that statement ^^^ is 'just kidding'.
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April 21, 2019, 08:54:57 PM

Can you spell it out exactly what happens to those who are able but point blank refuse to work?  

No. Because what -- exactly -- happens to each such refusenik is an individual fate of their own making.
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April 21, 2019, 08:56:03 PM

Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

That's right, they starve.

Compelled to work? Because you know what's good for them? Who anointed you all Mr/Ms High-And-Mighty?

You do you. They do themselves. I do me. See how easy that all is?

Ok so forced labor camps are out.  That’s good, I didn’t like the idea of them.  

Just so we are clear, the right wing utopia has people that starve in the streets?
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Let’s focus on the unwilling.  Someone who point blank refuses to work.  I am guessing that these people do not receive any form of social welfare.  

Do these people starve in your world? Or maybe they are compelled to work?

That's right, they starve.

Compelled to work? Because you know what's good for them? Who anointed you all Mr/Ms High-And-Mighty?

You do you. They do themselves. I do me. See how easy that all is?

Ok so forced labor camps are out.  That’s good, I didn’t like the idea of them.  

Just so we are clear, the right wing utopia has people that starve in the streets?

Yes, but only those who chose to starve.
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