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May 05, 2019, 02:09:32 PM

I'm always amazed to see how nice and clean a country with no brown people is.


Yeah, China also so clean and nice. Good thing they have no brown people there. Who knows what kind of cesspool of inhumanity, pollution and overpopulation it would turn into...

Indeed, those asian big city's ... Indian city's.... wtf for dirty places they are, but then again r0ach will not be wrong as with everything else.

Yes, all hail the wisdom of the roach. He obviously has seen and experienced many things, in his mothers basement.

Also, what do you mean with your Avatar text?

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/04/19/asia/thai-sea-home-us-bitcoin-trader-scli-intl/index.html
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Oh wow. Death sentence for THAT? Jesus. So glad I live in Germany, where nobody would ever dare to commit such crimes against humanity. Grin Grin
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May 05, 2019, 02:10:17 PM

Imagine losing the private key to that bitcoin address, I’d be on suicide watch. It wasn’t exactly a cheap buy because he spent over $70,000 dollars buying all those bitcoin’s.

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May 05, 2019, 02:13:29 PM

I'm always amazed to see how nice and clean a country with no brown people is.

Yeah, China also so clean and nice. Good thing they have no brown people there. Who knows what kind of cesspool of inhumanity, pollution and overpopulation it would turn into...

There are some extraneous circumstances there:

1)  Overpopulation tends to force humans to see each other as the enemy in a zero sum game.  There's really zero incentive at play to worry about things like 'tragedy of the commons'.

2)  Chinese are the sick man of Asia - culturally destroyed by communism and doomed to have a dysfunctional civilization until it's after effects are gone (who the hell knows how long that will be).

3)  Lopsided male to female population distribution.  With females being mostly predatory parasites seeking resources, one of their few coherent, shared cultural ideals revolves around the worship of money, otherwise you will have nothing to attract the female with.  The worship of money as an end instead of a means to an end is never going to create anything good.

I always wondered if you are a bot or computer program or a real person.
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May 05, 2019, 02:14:49 PM

Maybe he lost the keys...  Embarrassed
Maybe his hands are too cold.. you know  Embarrassed

That's a very interesting buy. $75000 in 2011 would've been a seriously ballsy move. It's very different from someone who mined it on a laptop for nothing other than some extra power.

I think if you're that committed and convinced there's no way you wouldn't be backed up until your arse fell off. You wouldn't put that many dollars in and then lose your one scrap of toilet paper with the private key on.
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May 05, 2019, 02:16:13 PM

Maybe he lost the keys...  Embarrassed
Maybe his hands are too cold.. you know  Embarrassed

That's a very interesting buy. $75000 in 2011 would've been a seriously ballsy move. It's very different from someone who mined it on a laptop for nothing other than some extra power.

I think if you're that committed and convinced there's no way you wouldn't be backed up until your arse fell off. You wouldn't put that many dollars in and then lose your one scrap of toilet paper with the private key on.

Unless it’s the early address of an exchange or institution or something. You’d be a total tard to spend that much money on something & not look after it.
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May 05, 2019, 02:17:29 PM

It wasn’t exactly a cheap buy because he spent over $70,000 dollars buying all those bitcoin’s.

Good point. That's a big amount; it's not like that he didn't know what he was buying. I'd say there's very less probability that he lost the private key because it did cost him a lot of money and buying bitcoin in 2011 wasn't a very non-geek thing to do.

Either that person is dead or a very serious hodler.

EDIT: It seems like gentlemand raised the same point as mine just a few seconds back before I submitted my post.
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May 05, 2019, 02:18:38 PM

I'm always amazed to see how nice and clean a country with no brown people is.

Yeah, China also so clean and nice. Good thing they have no brown people there. Who knows what kind of cesspool of inhumanity, pollution and overpopulation it would turn into...

There are some extraneous circumstances there:

1)  Overpopulation tends to force humans to see each other as the enemy in a zero sum game.  There's really zero incentive at play to worry about things like 'tragedy of the commons'.

2)  Chinese are the sick man of Asia - culturally destroyed by communism and doomed to have a dysfunctional civilization until it's after effects are gone (who the hell knows how long that will be).

3)  Lopsided male to female population distribution.  With females being mostly predatory parasites seeking resources, one of their few coherent, shared cultural ideals revolves around the worship of money, otherwise you will have nothing to attract the female with.  The worship of money as an end instead of a means to an end is never going to create anything good.

I always wondered if you are a bot or computer program or a real person.

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May 05, 2019, 02:23:22 PM

Maybe he lost the keys...  Embarrassed
Maybe his hands are too cold.. you know  Embarrassed

That's a very interesting buy. $75000 in 2011 would've been a seriously ballsy move. It's very different from someone who mined it on a laptop for nothing other than some extra power.

I think if you're that committed and convinced there's no way you wouldn't be backed up until your arse fell off. You wouldn't put that many dollars in and then lose your one scrap of toilet paper with the private key on.

Unless it’s the early address of an exchange or institution or something. You’d be a total tard to spend that much money on something & not look after it.

How come there a still small amounts being added to the address still? Is it some mining revenue or something else?
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May 05, 2019, 02:26:03 PM

Maybe he lost the keys...  Embarrassed
Maybe his hands are too cold.. you know  Embarrassed

That's a very interesting buy. $75000 in 2011 would've been a seriously ballsy move. It's very different from someone who mined it on a laptop for nothing other than some extra power.

I think if you're that committed and convinced there's no way you wouldn't be backed up until your arse fell off. You wouldn't put that many dollars in and then lose your one scrap of toilet paper with the private key on.

Unless it’s the early address of an exchange or institution or something. You’d be a total tard to spend that much money on something & not look after it.

How come there a still small amounts being added to the address still? Is it some mining revenue or something else?

Somebody else said above it’s spam. I suppose that makes sense, I have access to one bitcoin address that I’ve had since 2014 & every now & again I receive dust in it.

An address with that amount of coin would gain interest from spammers I guess.
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May 05, 2019, 02:28:18 PM

Looks like getting to $6000 will be harder then most thought. Undecided
Was getting to $5800 way too fast so some pull back was bound to happen.

We have not really experienced any significant pull back since at least $4,200, if not earlier.   Yeah, there was a kind of quickie dip from $5,628 to $4,991 (nearly 12%), and a more recent lesser dip from $5,822 to $5,502 (5.5%).

In other words, I don't understand your retrospective "pull back" reference, since no significant "pull back" beyond a bit of regular noise here and there has yet happened.

Getting to $6k and beyond might be another story, but these smaller dips of less than 30% that do not last very long seem to increase BTC's chances of getting to $6k without a significant dip.

In other words, BTC's ongoing movement in a $6k-ish direction, even not yet a done deal, not guaranteed and if delayed here and there, has not been showing any meaningful signs of stopping.
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May 05, 2019, 02:30:19 PM

no significant "pull back" has yet happened.

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May 05, 2019, 02:48:39 PM

Warren Buffet's investments in financial institutions at the end of 2017:

Wells Fargo, $29.28 billion
Bank of America, $20.66 billion
American Express, $15.06 billion

He has 65 billion reasons to spread FUD about Bitcoin and protect his money.

Pay no attention. Buy bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/CryptoKay3/status/1124740889635479552
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May 05, 2019, 02:58:06 PM


I click the link and...it's a god damn 16 year old girl.  Is this how desperate you are to try and find greater fools to buy your shitcoins that you're linking 16 year old girls now?  She was too dumb/lazy to figure out what a troy ounce is so she bought imaginary, designed to centralize, digital shitcoins instead of gold or silver and now you're quoting her.  If bimbos like this are talking about shitcoins and already all-in, that's really NOT a good sign lol.

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Warren Buffet's investments in financial institutions at the end of 2017:

Wells Fargo, $29.28 billion
Bank of America, $20.66 billion
American Express, $15.06 billion

He has 65 billion reasons to spread FUD about Bitcoin and protect his money.

Pay no attention. Buy bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/CryptoKay3/status/1124740889635479552

$90 billion dollars net worth and going to kick the bucket at any second. WHY??? Talk about missing out on life.
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May 05, 2019, 03:08:34 PM

$90 billion dollars net worth and going to kick the bucket at any second. WHY??? Talk about missing out on life.

He doesn't know how to do anything else except for worry about money. Its what makes him the happiest.
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May 05, 2019, 03:10:58 PM

easiest overclocks (well aside from the bios stuff from the pentium II on up) was the jumpers on the 486. just pick 25,33 or 40, then select the multiplier via jumper and see if it booted. cant remember if my 386 could do that. before that there was the clock crystal replacement on the IBM AT. never tried it on mine though.

Those AMD 5x86 chips could be OC'd massively on 486 boards (socket 3 IIRC) like you said set jumpers and watch a 120mhx become 160 with no issues on a stock cooler! AFA crystals, yup easy as well, pop out a 33mhz and throw in a 40 crystal on most 386 chips and you were out to the races again on stock sinks and then upgrading to a Cyrix 486 with a L2 cache bump was a great upgrade on the same 386 Mobo! I remeber using evergreen socket adapters to run 386sx chips on 286 mobo's and I think the last 8088 4.77mh upgrade was a 8mh (Damn I can't remember the name anymore).

yup had a amd 5x86dx4, 160mhz 24/7. that and my voodoo card and glquake. play for days, sleep for days. repeat.allowed me to skip the 1st pentiums, went right to PII celeron 300 with no cache those puppies overclocked like there was no tomorrow. then a PII 450 to P3 coppermine. gets blurry after that as to what i ran.

voodoo one cards. my brother in law had one. when i saw it in glquake against whatever card i had at the time my jaw just dropped and my drool puddled on the floor. i bought one the next day heh. one of the single most "holy shit" advances ever, soundblaster with real wav files was second. with games that did adaptive MIDI soundtracks (wing commander II), well who needs sleep anyway.

still have an 8086 (8088?) with a six pack, herc and ega card (a paradise card that could hit some vga modes), original soundbaster with build in 4 watt amp and the volume dial. gotta dig out the acoustic coupled modem. of course i should of saved a phone with the old style hand piece too. no phone i currently have would fit its cups lol.

best part of that 8088/8086 XT clone? that HUGE red paddle switch for power. nothing like it. when you flipped that switch that solid "thunk" was music to the ears. and the 10 megabyte hard drives that took minutes to spin down.

Damn your bringing back memories, I upgraded my XT clone (Zenith 5150) from 320k to 640k by adding the U225 chip and of course soldering all the banks of dips (I think the u225 was the board position as I googled it and its not the chip number) and upgrading from hercules mono to cga for starflight and to evga for Warlords (first game I remember I wanted that had 16 colors). My seagate 10mb took so long to load Might and Magic that my and a buddy sat there and did the sounds the hard drive made and could exactly when it was loaded and the splash screen hit. O just remembered (while typing this)the 8mh 8088 was a z80 chip.
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May 05, 2019, 03:14:43 PM


https://twitter.com/coindesk/status/1125048778128490504


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May 05, 2019, 03:15:50 PM


I click the link and...it's a god damn 16 year old girl.  Is this how desperate you are to try and find greater fools to buy your shitcoins that you're linking 16 year old girls now?  She was too dumb/lazy to figure out what a troy ounce is so she bought imaginary, designed to centralize, digital shitcoins instead of gold or silver and now you're quoting her.  If bimbos like this are talking about shitcoins and already all-in, that's really NOT a good sign lol.



whatever been said, I just liked what I read there.... and if it comes from a dog that wrote it or a 12y old kid or who ever...

Its always a better place then it would be coming from you....
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May 05, 2019, 03:16:21 PM

15 years must have passed since my last visit to Tokyo.
Bad luck, the Emperor of Japan abdicated just a few days ago and his successor has given 10 days of holiday to the people... and like me who has found a few closed places today, many of them are not happy about it.

Anyway, after starting my day with a good breakfast and an hour in the gym, it was time for me to revisit Tokyo.

Egg whites, potatoes, melon, pumpkin soup, pasta, juices...




How the fuck does the emperor have the power to do that?
Thats why we kicked their ass in WWII to get rid of that ruling class piece of shit.
Motherfucking cocksuckers, you get rid of them with peoples blood and they worm their way back.

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Fuck I remember now we allowed him to surrender because of the brainwashed population.

I can't believe they still take orders from an emperor, I thought it was a western style country.
This world makes me want to puke at times, at least elected our piece of shit.
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