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BTC, continue the PUMP !



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May 03, 2019, 10:20:20 PM

A plea for help.

If any of you car guys in Europe want to give me a hand, I need a part that is extinct in North America...at my wits end.

PM me please.
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May 03, 2019, 11:06:50 PM

Awfull quiet  Roll Eyes

Going into the HODLcrib, taking a short sleep.

Good night WO-members, and let the pump continue, we BTC’ers wanna travell to outter space..... Moon and beyond Cheesy
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May 03, 2019, 11:31:56 PM

New poll.
Old  Poll:


In the new poll, I was wondering about the significance  of the date (Saturday, May 11)?   Is it random? 

To me, it seems that the 12 would be better, since the 12th is the closing of the weekly candle... but what do I know?
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May 03, 2019, 11:50:55 PM

W Buffett bought AAPL at $1tril valuation
W Buffett bought AMZN at $1tril valuation

There must be method in his...never mind.
He will buy BTC at $50-60K (~1 tril) or maybe when BTC price exceeds BRK-A (currently at $327,765/share).


how bloody Orwellian this is, it's not even funny.

Buffett is 10 years past the average male life expectancy. Surely he doesn't care about bitcoin at this point, and most likely willl die before it crosses a trillion mkt cap.
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May 04, 2019, 12:28:38 AM

I am at a loss..people are continuing to buy bitcoin

#dyor

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May 04, 2019, 01:12:00 AM

Hm. Things are looking pretty good this week.
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May 04, 2019, 01:48:50 AM
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My sincere thanks to the EurOGs that ran parts searches for me.

Gentlemand found it...WO delivers as usual.

edit/ and a higher high...what a great Friday!
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My sincere thanks to the EurOGs that ran parts searches for me.

Gentlemand found it...WO delivers as usual.

edit/ and a higher high...what a great Friday!

+1 WOsMerit  @gentlemand


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As your safety and comfort are paramount to us here at GLOBAL AIR GAINZ we will not be turning on the NO SMOKING sign at this time. 

That will be all.

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new higher high equals new medium fibs

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May 04, 2019, 02:56:29 AM

I'll probably never be able to reach my double-digit target unless I go full FOMO from now on. Just like JJG said, It'd be gambling if I buy big pieces at this point while we are making higher highs constanly. I Had like $1500-1600 to spend on btc this month. Spent half of it, kept the rest.

Even if it goes to zero tomorrow, the excitement I had over the years was worth every penny I spent on btc.

Wait mindrust, we are only 3 days into May, and you already spent half of your BTC allocation.

I recognize that I probably don't need to remind you that you appear to already be engaging in too much FOMO buying, but hey what do I know?

Personally, I would suggest that the most of your BTC buying budget that you should have spent by now, is 25% based on a kind of weekly allocation... of course, if you borrow from your 2nd week of May allocation, then you could arrive at having had spent 50% by now, and from time to time that could be a prudent approach - though it would seem better to engage in such advancing of future funds to the present when the BTC price is going down, rather than when the BTC price is going up... ..

Anyhow, much of this will likely work itself out, even if the shorter term leads you into some pickle-like mistakes.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I usually buy $200 worth of coins in every 4-5 days but this time I said fuck it. Actually I was just about to buy all with $1600 but something didn't let that happen.  Grin My buy price was 5350 so I can't really say I am sorry. (since we are around $5.7k  now Grin)

Anyway I know that I won't be dumping anything before we see $50k so in the long run, even $5k-5.5k is still the bottom price. Of course it makes lots of difference when you buy from $4k instead of $5k but you know this shit, it doesn't always happen as you want it to be.

After we reach $50k...

I'll be watching the charts very carefully. My ultimate dump signal, If I still happen to be hodling, will be, of fucking course, wait for it...

the death cross. This time we do it right.  Cool

I am here since 2013 but I didn't even have 1/10 of my current TA knowledge between  2013-2018. I still don't know much but hopefully I'll be able to know the top this time. (actually I did know the top in 2017, I even had a topic, but didn't have the brain power, courage, balls to dump)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1932892.0

One more thing.

It makes a shitton of difference when you invest your own money. It feels a lot different for me now than what it did in 2014 or 2017. The shit is now real. (for me anyways) Every small information I can get helps me. Before 2018, I was ignoring articles and TA pretty easily. Not now.

I am still inclined to say:  "fuck TA"

Personally, I believe one of your most powerful weapons is to attempt to know yourself, rather than trying to either time the price or to maximize the price or any of that bullshit.

So in that regard, it is likely good for you to just establish certain price points that you are going to shave off a certain percentage of your then holdings, whatever the amount of the BTC holdings happens to be at that particular time in the future and that particular established price point.

Of course, you have the power to tweak those price points in order to better suit you, but it still remains a decent idea to just follow a kind of pre-established plan that you create, and never to sell 100%.. Figure some kind of way in which you are completely content and unemotional to shave off certain percentages of your stash at various price points - no matter what the subsequent BTC price direction...

maybe that would be 10% at $37,888 and 15% at $48,436 and 15% at $67,777 .... and whatever other comfortable price point... and yeah, perhaps you can tweak a little bit, but if you try to second guess too much, you may end up regretting in the event that the price reverses and you did not pull the trigger.....
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... but what do I know?




I am still inclined to say:  "fuck TA"



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There were less than five in the beginning, then there were fifty and then quickly from five hundred to five thousand strong and proud. Fifty thousand and five hundred thousand were also passed.

As we go from five million to fifty million what will be said?

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It is said that before they rose to the heavens and rocketed away to the stars exploring the Galaxy, they kept watch upon a great Wall and stood together with stronghands. Today they speak with awe and in hushed tones when they speak of the Hodlers ...it is said.


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dont remember, dont really care if i missed it or not..fuck right off regardless jjg

carry on

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... but what do I know?




I am still inclined to say:  "fuck TA"



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There were less than five in the beginning, then there were fifty and then quickly from five hundred to five thousand strong and proud. Fifty thousand and five hundred thousand were also passed.

As we go from five million to fifty million what will be said?

_______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ __________

It is said that before they rose to the heavens and rocketed away to the stars exploring the Galaxy, they kept watch upon a great Wall and stood together with stronghands. Today they speak with awe and in hushed tones when they speak of the Hodlers ...it is said.


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dont remember, dont really care if i missed it or not..fuck right off regardless jjg

carry on

I know nuttin, and you appear to know less than me. 

hahahahahahahahaha

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Whoaza!!!!!!!!!! Shocked Shocked
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May 04, 2019, 03:34:34 AM

I'll probably never be able to reach my double-digit target unless I go full FOMO from now on. Just like JJG said, It'd be gambling if I buy big pieces at this point while we are making higher highs constanly. I Had like $1500-1600 to spend on btc this month. Spent half of it, kept the rest.

Even if it goes to zero tomorrow, the excitement I had over the years was worth every penny I spent on btc.

Wait mindrust, we are only 3 days into May, and you already spent half of your BTC allocation.

I recognize that I probably don't need to remind you that you appear to already be engaging in too much FOMO buying, but hey what do I know?

Personally, I would suggest that the most of your BTC buying budget that you should have spent by now, is 25% based on a kind of weekly allocation... of course, if you borrow from your 2nd week of May allocation, then you could arrive at having had spent 50% by now, and from time to time that could be a prudent approach - though it would seem better to engage in such advancing of future funds to the present when the BTC price is going down, rather than when the BTC price is going up... ..

Anyhow, much of this will likely work itself out, even if the shorter term leads you into some pickle-like mistakes.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

I usually buy $200 worth of coins in every 4-5 days but this time I said fuck it. Actually I was just about to buy all with $1600 but something didn't let that happen.  Grin My buy price was 5350 so I can't really say I am sorry. (since we are around $5.7k  now Grin)

Anyway I know that I won't be dumping anything before we see $50k so in the long run, even $5k-5.5k is still the bottom price. Of course it makes lots of difference when you buy from $4k instead of $5k but you know this shit, it doesn't always happen as you want it to be.

After we reach $50k...

I'll be watching the charts very carefully. My ultimate dump signal, If I still happen to be hodling, will be, of fucking course, wait for it...

the death cross. This time we do it right.  Cool

I am here since 2013 but I didn't even have 1/10 of my current TA knowledge between  2013-2018. I still don't know much but hopefully I'll be able to know the top this time. (actually I did know the top in 2017, I even had a topic, but didn't have the brain power, courage, balls to dump)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1932892.0

One more thing.

It makes a shitton of difference when you invest your own money. It feels a lot different for me now than what it did in 2014 or 2017. The shit is now real. (for me anyways) Every small information I can get helps me. Before 2018, I was ignoring articles and TA pretty easily. Not now.

I am still inclined to say:  "fuck TA"

Personally, I believe one of your most powerful weapons is to attempt to know yourself, rather than trying to either time the price or to maximize the price or any of that bullshit.

So in that regard, it is likely good for you to just establish certain price points that you are going to shave off a certain percentage of your then holdings, whatever the amount of the BTC holdings happens to be at that particular time in the future and that particular established price point.

Of course, you have the power to tweak those price points in order to better suit you, but it still remains a decent idea to just follow a kind of pre-established plan that you create, and never to sell 100%.. Figure some kind of way in which you are completely content and unemotional to shave off certain percentages of your stash at various price points - no matter what the subsequent BTC price direction...

maybe that would be 10% at $37,888 and 15% at $48,436 and 15% at $67,777 .... and whatever other comfortable price point... and yeah, perhaps you can tweak a little bit, but if you try to second guess too much, you may end up regretting in the event that the price reverses and you did not pull the trigger.....
Not reading all but I agree, fuck TA.

It's trying to put logic and historically "proven" methods to a wild new technology. It doesn't work, you can be right occasionally but that's it.
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May 04, 2019, 03:54:21 AM

Wassa wassa wassa wassa was up.


y the hardon for phil? he left a while back...

V8s, we are cool these days brother, no need for jabs.  Wink Posting Phil Potter, the current pump mastermind, is pure no homo(you know Slayer dont play that), its homage to the pimp of pumps. He is the brains behind the Tether invention if i recall (Chief Strategy Officer right?). As we just reaped the fruits of the latest pump he deserves some credit for his baby shitcoin.

 Phil if your reading this, 10k Monday night please pump master.  Cheesy Ty.

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I know the thread likes trains.

It is perhaps fitting that we embark on this bull run just as the largest operational steam locomotive in the world makes it's maiden voyage.

The Union Pacific Heratige shops in Cheyenne WY have just completed a frame up restoration of 4014, a specimen of the "Big Boy" class 4-8-8-4.  Weighing in at some 567,000 kg, this type were the largest steam locomotives ever manufactured.

This video, shot earlier today, was uploaded about an hour ago.  This beast is seriously fresh out of the shops.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR7Q27cIEvo





choo choo motherfuckers
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Mozilla (firefox) broke the adblockplus and almost all other add-ons.
https://twitter.com/mozamo/status/1124484255159971840

Don't want to use Chrome...yet.

BTW, those who like gold...
https://news.yahoo.com/two-neutron-stars-exploded-cosmic-212200086.html

Explains why we might have lots of gold and uranium (relatively speaking) in around solar system.

BTC: seems to hesitate around 5800
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Mozilla (firefox) broke the adblockplus and almost all other add-ons.
https://twitter.com/mozamo/status/1124484255159971840

Don't want to use Chrome...yet.

BTW, those who like gold...
https://news.yahoo.com/two-neutron-stars-exploded-cosmic-212200086.html

Explains why we might have lots of gold and uranium (relatively speaking) in around solar system.

BTC: seems to hesitate around 5800


Set your date back a few days and reload plugins until they fix it.

BTW, use Ublock Origins not adblock or plus.
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As scammers have helped us pump recently I have been pondering the place in Bitcoinlandia of Scammers, Liars, Thieves, Asswipes, Retards, Trolls, and of course, Shitcoiners.

Im starting to evolve a bit on how I perceive these creatures.

Its time to embrace our bad apples. Bc they are frankly superior to the bad apples of the fiat world. In its day fiat had criminals and scammers like Jesse James, Bernie Madoff, Charles Ponzi, and Bruce Reynolds.
If you want stock and bond retards look no further than Dennis Gartman or anyone on the cast of CNBC.

But now things have changed. There is a new Sheriff in town(Bitcoin duh). And this Sheriff has a posse of hodlers smarter and better than any group of stock boyz or fiat lovers ever assembled. But what sets us even more apart form our competition is our retards, scammers, and asswipes.

In Bitcoin we simply have the best, highest level retards, scammers, and asswipes the world has ever seen. That is because we are the best.



I was on Stocktwits for many years and no retard I ever encountered came close to Virgin Roach.



Retards like him and Gembitz help make Bitcoin superior over stocks and all other currencies. One of my favorite things about the Howard Stern show over the years was the Wack Pack and its King, BeetleJuice



I know the Central Bankers sit around at night bemoaning the fact they dont have token retards that can match ours. This is a source of pride for them and we have completely stripped them of it.

Now as far as scammers go, Madoff and Charles Ponzi had their day, but Shitcoiners put them to shame. It would take another 20000 pages to begin to describe the glory of our high level scammers. Yes, Central Bankers cry over this too, their govy currencies arent fun anymore and we attract the best talent, including scammer talent.

Lastly Ill touch on the Asswipe category. The Asswipes and Assclowns of Bitcoin probably dominate their competitors in the fiat and stock world more than our retards or scammers. Two filthy words..... Craig Wright. Nothing else to say, we win hands down, go ahead and forfeit central bankers, you had a good run.

Time to celebrate these scammers, shitcoiners, retards and asswipes. Heres to you fellaz.



 Yes you are living pieces of shit, but you are our pieces of shit and you are the best of the best so its only right that you ride with the best of the best hodlers as we take over the financial system.







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To me, it seems that the 12 would be better, since the 12th is the closing of the weekly candle... but what do I know?

It's just a little more convenient for me, being a Saturday and all. I have more time to dick around with things like polls.

I was on Stocktwits for many years and no retard I ever encountered came close to Virgin Roach.

That's the nicest thing anyone has ever said about him. He must be very touched.

And I do agree with your amusing post. We have the crème de la crème of scammers, retards, and trolls. Craig Wright is more impressive than Bernie Madoff in some ways. Madoff just started with an honest investment fund that got totally out of hand and grew into a ponzi scheme. Craig Wright has just been blatantly lying and conning his way to the top. He's conned multiple billionaires, Gavin Andresen, et. al. He's been an instrumental part in creating two of the premier scamcoins, with a combined market cap of over $6 billion at the moment. Now, Bernie's scheme was worth over $65 billion at it's peak, but just wait for the next epic bullrun. Craig's scamcoins will have a combined market cap >$65 billion. And no one in the legacy financial markets would have the balls to claim to be Satoshi, and start suing everyone who says otherwise.
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Mozilla (firefox) broke the adblockplus and almost all other add-ons.
https://twitter.com/mozamo/status/1124484255159971840

Don't want to use Chrome...yet.

BTW, those who like gold...
https://news.yahoo.com/two-neutron-stars-exploded-cosmic-212200086.html

Explains why we might have lots of gold and uranium (relatively speaking) in around solar system.

BTC: seems to hesitate around 5800


Set your date back a few days and reload plugins until they fix it.

BTW, use Ublock Origins not adblock or plus.

My system date? It's on automatically. I can change that of course.
Why ublock instead of adblockplus?
I will wait and they would probably fix it overnight as they seem to be 'activating' devs to do this (even at a higher cost).
BTW, the ancient Firefox 48 is NOT affected and work with maybe 99% of sites.
Keeping something older in house (just in case).
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