Bitcoin Forum
August 10, 2020, 03:03:12 AM *
News: Latest Bitcoin Core release: 0.20.0 [Torrent]
 
   Home   Help Search Login Register More  
Poll
Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 23 (18.7%)
1-10% - 16 (13%)
11-20% - 15 (12.2%)
21-30% - 17 (13.8%)
31-40% - 7 (5.7%)
41-50% - 12 (9.8%)
51-60% - 9 (7.3%)
61-70% - 5 (4.1%)
71-80% - 4 (3.3%)
81-90% - 2 (1.6%)
91-99% - 3 (2.4%)
100% - 10 (8.1%)
Total Voters: 123

Pages: « 1 ... 23743 23744 23745 23746 23747 23748 23749 23750 23751 23752 23753 23754 23755 23756 23757 23758 23759 23760 23761 23762 23763 23764 23765 23766 23767 23768 23769 23770 23771 23772 23773 23774 23775 23776 23777 23778 23779 23780 23781 23782 23783 23784 23785 23786 23787 23788 23789 23790 23791 23792 [23793] 23794 23795 23796 23797 23798 23799 23800 23801 23802 23803 23804 23805 23806 23807 23808 23809 23810 23811 23812 23813 23814 23815 23816 23817 23818 23819 23820 23821 23822 23823 23824 23825 23826 23827 23828 23829 23830 23831 23832 23833 23834 23835 23836 23837 23838 23839 23840 23841 23842 23843 ... 27095 »
  Print  
Author Topic: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion  (Read 21786912 times)
This is a self-moderated topic. If you do not want to be moderated by the person who started this topic, create a new topic. (148 posts by 37 users deleted.)
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:11:57 PM

You guys think we will ever see BCash @$4k again within any bullrun? I feel like I lost a fortune by not selling @4k and kept that scam hodling.

You will not find anyone here who thinks that BCH will ever be $4k again

False statement is false.

XD

False statement is false.

Are you really that obtuse?

I believe BCH will again attain $4K. I am here. Ergo...
1597028592
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1597028592

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1597028592
Reply with quote  #2

1597028592
Report to moderator
1597028592
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1597028592

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1597028592
Reply with quote  #2

1597028592
Report to moderator
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1597028592
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1597028592

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1597028592
Reply with quote  #2

1597028592
Report to moderator
1597028592
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1597028592

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1597028592
Reply with quote  #2

1597028592
Report to moderator
1597028592
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1597028592

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1597028592
Reply with quote  #2

1597028592
Report to moderator
infofront
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2100
Merit: 2106


Shitcoin Minimalist


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:14:28 PM

Let's assume that in the year 2023 BTC is 250K without hyperinflation in fiat (as per Draper's numbers since he nailed the 10K time spot precisely).
Whatcha gonna do?

Retire?
Buy RE in trendy places (SF, NY, London)?
Buy a ranch (not for me), maybe a house in the woods?
Travel (or alternating between golfing, skiing and parasailing)?

Anybody care to say?

My choices (in the aforementioned scenario):
1. Retire (70-75% probability).
2. A small apartment, maybe NY or San Fran or even LA (got tired of all the heat in TX). Location is more important than size. Views are much better in San Fran, but the city loses it's culture mix, apparently.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/how-san-francisco-broke-americas-heart/2019/05/21/ef9a0ac0-70ea-11e9-9eb4-0828f5389013_story.html
3. A basic house in the woods-Oregon, maybe.
4. A few trips to Europe, maybe Japan. Will go to a few CL finals, hopefully!

Oh, forgot to say that I would not do anything if we keep oscillating between 5k and 20K.

Retire, move to Texas or Florida, spend my time studying computer science, parenting, being a beach bum, and growing tropical fruit. When the kid has summers off from school, take long foreign trips.
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:19:49 PM

let´s quickly check how sustainable bSV is rewarding miners with fees to secure the network:

Quote
Today's earned fees across Bitcoin forks...

Bitcoin: $1.8M of fees earned by miners
Bitcoin Cash: $461 of fees earned by miners
Bitcoin SV: $16 of fees earned by miners
Bitcoin Gold: $2 of fees earned by miners

Yet the SV blockchain continues. Funny, that.

Looks like a ripe target to me.

Indeed it does. Why does nobody attack it?

Is it perhaps because SV miners have hash power in reserve at the moment, and could easily re-revert any reversion made with the assumption that the reversion would stand due to lack of hashpower to re-revert?
Biodom
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2394
Merit: 1561



View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:20:23 PM

Let's assume that in the year 2023 BTC is 250K without hyperinflation in fiat (as per Draper's numbers since he nailed the 10K time spot precisely).
Whatcha gonna do?

Retire?
Buy RE in trendy places (SF, NY, London)?
Buy a ranch (not for me), maybe a house in the woods?
Travel (or alternating between golfing, skiing and parasailing)?

Anybody care to say?

My choices (in the aforementioned scenario):
1. Retire (70-75% probability).
2. A small apartment, maybe NY or San Fran or even LA (got tired of all the heat in TX). Location is more important than size. Views are much better in San Fran, but the city loses it's culture mix, apparently.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/how-san-francisco-broke-americas-heart/2019/05/21/ef9a0ac0-70ea-11e9-9eb4-0828f5389013_story.html
3. A basic house in the woods-Oregon, maybe.
4. A few trips to Europe, maybe Japan. Will go to a few CL finals, hopefully!

Oh, forgot to say that I would not do anything if we keep oscillating between 5k and 20K.

Retire, move to Texas or Florida, spend my time studying computer science, parenting, being a beach bum, and growing tropical fruit. When the kid has summers off from school, take long foreign trips.

I hear you, but are we moving (presumably) in opposite directions, lol?
In TX already. Like the people, and no state tax, don't like the heat and HIGH RE taxes (they are more than three times higher than in CA and seven times higher than in Hawaii).
El duderino_
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1134
Merit: 3978


#STAYinsideSTAYdrunk *the dude*


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:27:49 PM

Those building & investing in crypto:

- Fidelity
- Nasdaq
- NYSE
- Yale
- Harvard
- Fairfax County Pension
- Founders Fund
- Union Square
- Amazon
- JPMorgan
- Starbucks
- a16z
- IBM
- Facebook

Are you going to bet against the most successful companies & investors in the world?

https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1131270293689966593
siggy_77
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 41
Merit: 23


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:28:11 PM

Let's assume that in the year 2023 BTC is 250K without hyperinflation in fiat (as per Draper's numbers since he nailed the 10K time spot precisely).
Whatcha gonna do?

Retire?
Buy RE in trendy places (SF, NY, London)?
Buy a ranch (not for me), maybe a house in the woods?
Travel (or alternating between golfing, skiing and parasailing)?

Anybody care to say?

My choices (in the aforementioned scenario):
1. Retire (70-75% probability).
2. A small apartment, maybe NY or San Fran or even LA (got tired of all the heat in TX). Location is more important than size. Views are much better in San Fran, but the city loses it's culture mix, apparently.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/how-san-francisco-broke-americas-heart/2019/05/21/ef9a0ac0-70ea-11e9-9eb4-0828f5389013_story.html
3. A basic house in the woods-Oregon, maybe.
4. A few trips to Europe, maybe Japan. Will go to a few CL finals, hopefully!

Oh, forgot to say that I would not do anything if we keep oscillating between 5k and 20K.

So at 250k, I'll already be retired and have a decent amount of extra fiat accumulated from incremental sales between there and 250..   I'm thinking next step is a large tract of woods, (Ozarks maybe? ) where I'll put a house smack dab in the middle.  I'm not a people person, so anything that  involves "trendy" or "city" is prolly not my thing.   Finding a like minded companion to do some traveling with does hold some appeal however...  There are a lot of sights to see stateside without needing to venture overseas.  

And have to agree on the "nothing before 20k" thing .. current plan has me HODLing till 20k before I start doing anything else.
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:32:55 PM

Moved Jbreher on unignored out of curiosity, perhaps he changed.

Quite disappointed to see (as expected) the usual bullshit.



Back on ignored...lol.

::le sigh::

Yup. I've been negged. By (last time I looked) two individuals with whom I have never carried out, nor agreed to carry out, nor even discussed the possibility of carrying out, a transaction. One of them an admitted extortionist even.

Why? For merely having the temerity to utter my belief that SV is the Bitcoin-iest of all the Bitcoins. Oh! The heresy!

If you want to outsource your trust to abusers, knock yourself out. If you want to think for yourself, clicking on the Trust link in the sidebar will allow you to trace the source of the negs to their rationale and sources.

Not that I'd expect anything but taking the easy way out (with a gratuitous sideswipe doled out like a cherry on top) from you.
windjc
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2044
Merit: 1057


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:34:00 PM
Merited by jbreher (10)

Let's assume that in the year 2023 BTC is 250K without hyperinflation in fiat (as per Draper's numbers since he nailed the 10K time spot precisely).
Whatcha gonna do?

Retire?
Buy RE in trendy places (SF, NY, London)?
Buy a ranch (not for me), maybe a house in the woods?
Travel (or alternating between golfing, skiing and parasailing)?

Anybody care to say?

My choices (in the aforementioned scenario):
1. Retire (70-75% probability).
2. A small apartment, maybe NY or San Fran or even LA (got tired of all the heat in TX). Location is more important than size. Views are much better in San Fran, but the city loses it's culture mix, apparently.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/how-san-francisco-broke-americas-heart/2019/05/21/ef9a0ac0-70ea-11e9-9eb4-0828f5389013_story.html
3. A basic house in the woods-Oregon, maybe.
4. A few trips to Europe, maybe Japan. Will go to a few CL finals, hopefully!

Oh, forgot to say that I would not do anything if we keep oscillating between 5k and 20K.

So at 250k, I'll already be retired and have a decent amount of extra fiat accumulated from incremental sales between there and 250..   I'm thinking next step is a large tract of woods, (Ozarks maybe? ) where I'll put a house smack dab in the middle.  I'm not a people person, so anything that  involves "trendy" or "city" is prolly not my thing.   Finding a like minded companion to do some traveling with does hold some appeal however...  There are a lot of sights to see stateside without needing to venture overseas.  

And have to agree on the "nothing before 20k" thing .. current plan has me HODLing till 20k before I start doing anything else.

I am going to tackle some real problems. Like solving homelessness in Los Angeles and using it as a prototype for other cities to follow.
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:36:12 PM

Nodes set the rules, not miners
If the majority of miners mine blocks against consensus rules, as defined by nodes, nothing happens, as mined block, even if the longest chain is produced, are not relayed trough the network as rejected by the nodes.

The only option a so-called 'node' has when it encounters a chain it doesn't like is to orphan itself from that chain. And hope it can find another it is happy with. If the miners en masse move to a new implementation, each and every so-called 'node' merely fucks itself individually.

Do we have to UASF every time you raise this misconception?  We have had this exact discussion at least five times. 

I guess if you could point to a UASF that was carried out without majority participation by the miners, you'd have an argument.
infofront
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 2100
Merit: 2106


Shitcoin Minimalist


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:41:03 PM

Let's assume that in the year 2023 BTC is 250K without hyperinflation in fiat (as per Draper's numbers since he nailed the 10K time spot precisely).
Whatcha gonna do?

Retire?
Buy RE in trendy places (SF, NY, London)?
Buy a ranch (not for me), maybe a house in the woods?
Travel (or alternating between golfing, skiing and parasailing)?

Anybody care to say?

My choices (in the aforementioned scenario):
1. Retire (70-75% probability).
2. A small apartment, maybe NY or San Fran or even LA (got tired of all the heat in TX). Location is more important than size. Views are much better in San Fran, but the city loses it's culture mix, apparently.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/how-san-francisco-broke-americas-heart/2019/05/21/ef9a0ac0-70ea-11e9-9eb4-0828f5389013_story.html
3. A basic house in the woods-Oregon, maybe.
4. A few trips to Europe, maybe Japan. Will go to a few CL finals, hopefully!

Oh, forgot to say that I would not do anything if we keep oscillating between 5k and 20K.

Retire, move to Texas or Florida, spend my time studying computer science, parenting, being a beach bum, and growing tropical fruit. When the kid has summers off from school, take long foreign trips.

I hear you, but are we moving (presumably) in opposite directions, lol?
In TX already. Like the people, and no state tax, don't like the heat and HIGH RE taxes (they are more than three times higher than in CA and seven times higher than in Hawaii).

Haha I'm in the far northern US, and I'm tired of the damn winters. I don't know how I"ll be able to tolerate the heat.

Yeah the RE taxes in TX look a little ridiculous, and I heard they're trying to increase the sales tax to 8.25% or so. That might steer me toward FL. I love the state culture of TX, and the food (tex-mex and barbecue) though.
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:42:33 PM

Should we believe, the US registration and move on with Craig Wright being the real Satoshi ? Or its just another fud which will go around in some days ? What can we do to stop this shit?
A simple registration is enough for you to believe someone who has constantly lied and refused to simply sign the Genesis block? It hasn't been approved by the copyright office just a registration, it can still be denied.

Well, the copyright office does not 'approve' claims. The registration is merely prima facie evidence of a superior claim. Any further action is contingent upon court action. Only such would lead to 'denial'.

It’s not prima facie evidence of anything other than evidence of a claim having been made,

That's exactly what I said.

Quote
which claim could be made by my dog

A dog capable of filling out a copyright registration application would seem to be a pretty unique animal. Of course, I'm not a zoologist.
MrFreeRoMan
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 126
Merit: 171



View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:43:31 PM

Those building & investing in crypto:

- Fidelity
- Nasdaq
- NYSE
- Yale
- Harvard
- Fairfax County Pension
- Founders Fund
- Union Square
- Amazon
- JPMorgan
- Starbucks
- a16z
- IBM
- Facebook

Are you going to bet against the most successful companies & investors in the world?

https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1131270293689966593
They are people too! Why not?
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:48:11 PM

Reading between the lines, it appears that infofront may adhere to the following hypothesis:
Once enough value gets bound up in segwit addresses, it becomes an irresistible honeypot. For while those addresses hold value under segwit rules, under the previous protocol rules, they are 'anyonecanspend' transactions. To the extent that the miners collude to roll back the chain, they are free to claim these 'anyonecanspend' TXOUTs for themselves. Every additional UTXO held in a segwit addy is additional incentive for them to behave thusly.

Once done, then the protocol and system would be back to the ersatz immutable 1MB block chain cap.

But hey - we've been over this already.

It's a theory. One which infofront may also not adhere to.  Huh

You laid that out pretty well. I'm not as certain as Shelby or TMSR that it will happen though.

My biggest concern with that theory is that the honeypot will be devalued after it's taken by the miners, which reduces the incentive to take it. OTOH, the segwit coin airdrop they'd get might make up for any devaluation of the 1MB chain caused by miners taking the 'anyonecanspend' transactions. And what do you think?

I could see your devaluation scenario as one strong possibility.

There is an alternate scenario, whereby the world at large comes to see the entire SegWit Omnibus Changeset period as a hijacking of the real Bitcoin (maybe or maybe not TRB in a TMSR sense), and the return to original protocol as a restoration - a righting of a wrong. In which case, the incident could result in a net increase in value.

I don't know how to evaluate the relative probabilities of such scenarios.

I still think the chain that can provide more utility to more people has the long-term greater value proposition, regardless.
jbreher
Legendary
*
Online Online

Activity: 2828
Merit: 1488


lose: unfind ... loose: untight


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:50:03 PM

Did your old account get banned for plagiarism or what happened?

Nothing happened, and is it not relevant for new people to discuss here ? Or whats the issue?

I'm guessing that the comment was precipitated by the universal belief -- on pretty solid evidence --  that Dorian is not that Satoshi Nakamoto.

“I am no longer involved in bitcoin and I cannot discuss it… It’s been turned over to other people. They are in charge of it now. I no longer have any connection.”
~ Dorian ( satoshi ) Nakamoto

 Cool

choo choo ===> weeeee

#hatpeople



The quote seems to have been adequately explained away.

That photo tho. Looks like Dorian in a Circle hat, and Silbert!?!?
El duderino_
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1134
Merit: 3978


#STAYinsideSTAYdrunk *the dude*


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:50:14 PM

Moved Jbreher on unignored out of curiosity, perhaps he changed.

Quite disappointed to see (as expected) the usual bullshit.



Back on ignored...lol.

::le sigh::

Yup. I've been negged. By (last time I looked) two individuals with whom I have never carried out, nor agreed to carry out, nor even discussed the possibility of carrying out, a transaction. One of them an admitted extortionist even.

Why? For merely having the temerity to utter my belief that SV is the Bitcoin-iest of all the Bitcoins. Oh! The heresy!

If you want to outsource your trust to abusers, knock yourself out. If you want to think for yourself, clicking on the Trust link in the sidebar will allow you to trace the source of the negs to their rationale and sources.

Not that I'd expect anything but taking the easy way out (with a gratuitous sideswipe doled out like a cherry on top) from you.

I wouldn't give red trust myself for speaking your own mind on a polite manner (what is usually the case) ......

But I would suggest of creating a thread BSV to discuss there what is better... I do get a bit the feeling you try to convert people and maybe try to have effect on silent reading people or newbies...cause this is the most viewed page of the forum....

I you would give a sign of don't wanna annoy people with creating a specific thread would be a real improvement IMO.....

I always have respect for people speaking there own mind, but just in the appropriate atmosphere.  
Last of the V8s
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1554
Merit: 3920


Be a bank


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:51:17 PM

I'm not a zoologist.

A dyslexic skier forgets which way to go down the mountain.
He goes up to the nearest fellow, "Excuse me, can you remind me which way to go down. Is it zig-zag or zag-zig?"
"Well, I wouldn't know, I'm a tobogganist."
"Oh in that case can I have 20 Benson & Hedges and a box of matches please?"
Last of the V8s
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1554
Merit: 3920


Be a bank


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 07:53:33 PM

Not every fat kid with a mousey-coloured pudding haircut is Barry Silbert.
Last of the V8s
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1554
Merit: 3920


Be a bank


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 08:00:22 PM

Quote from: Shelby
I hope someone will post this.

I still think the chain that can provide more utility to more people has the long-term greater value proposition, regardless.

If you measure utility in fungible money, then given fungible resources are always power-law distributed, then clearly the higher valuation will be the chain that provides more utility to the uber wealthy. In that case, they need the looong history of immutability as prima facia evidence of secure store-of-value that won’t be debased nor disrupted. I am thinking the stock-to-flows model is all tied up into this prima facia driven confidence:

https://medium.com/@shelby_78386/apparently-not-400244cca3cc

If you measure utility some other way, then perhaps an altcoin for the masses has more utility. But do not expect to get more “wealthy” in fungible units of money from it. I am doing a deep think now on that notion. Actually the Bible comes into this in a major way. My next blog post will go into this and also explain how Bitcoin is very clearly a WMD created by the banksters.
uh
HairyMaclairy
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1218
Merit: 1962


Degenerate bull hatter & Bitcoin monotheist


View Profile
May 22, 2019, 08:15:54 PM

Should we believe, the US registration and move on with Craig Wright being the real Satoshi ? Or its just another fud which will go around in some days ? What can we do to stop this shit?
A simple registration is enough for you to believe someone who has constantly lied and refused to simply sign the Genesis block? It hasn't been approved by the copyright office just a registration, it can still be denied.

Well, the copyright office does not 'approve' claims. The registration is merely prima facie evidence of a superior claim. Any further action is contingent upon court action. Only such would lead to 'denial'.

It’s not prima facie evidence of anything other than evidence of a claim having been made,

That's exactly what I said.


Not to put too fine a point on it, you said it was prima face evidence of a superior claim.  Which it is not.  

It is evidence of a claim.  

It is not evidence of superiority, nor strictly speaking, is it prima facie.  

Unless of course like the egg in Alice, words mean whatever you intend them to mean, in which case carry on.

A dog capable of filling out a copyright registration application would seem to be a pretty unique animal. Of course, I'm not a zoologist.

I saw a dog surfing on YouTube once so I wouldn’t underestimate them
Toxic2040
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 868
Merit: 1679



View Profile
May 22, 2019, 08:15:54 PM

I have been thinking about this truism for awhile now after seeing jbreher's continuing efforts to gain a platform. Found this quote about it after some digging. I tell you true, this has served me well over the years.

Quote
Here’s the “inspired” insight: Sometimes it’s better to move towards an objection rather than away from it, to embrace a charge, rather than run from it.

I was first exposed to this maneuver in a movie. In the opening scenes of “Clear and Present Danger,” a man with connections to the president was found dead in what appeared to be a drug deal gone bad. To contain the PR damage, the president’s advisors suggested he immediately downplay the relationship and distance himself from the problem.

Analyst Jack Ryan (played by Harrison Ford) suggested just the opposite. “If they ask if you were friends,” he counseled, “say, ‘No, he was a good friend.’ If they ask if he was a good friend, say ‘We were lifelong friends.’ It would give them no place to go. Nothing to report. No story. In other words, don’t run from the problem; run towards it and defuse it. Don’t evade; invade. Embrace it, undermine its relevance, and take the wind out of its sails.”


In this particular case it is somewhat more subtle. I dont agree with him and instead of arguing over points that neither side is likely to budge from I have decided to just not engage.

Anyway..something to ponder.


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bitcoin




9 years later we celebrate Piza Day with bitcoin trading above $7.9k   Seems legit.

That is all.
#dyor
1h



4h


D

#stronghands'19
Pages: « 1 ... 23743 23744 23745 23746 23747 23748 23749 23750 23751 23752 23753 23754 23755 23756 23757 23758 23759 23760 23761 23762 23763 23764 23765 23766 23767 23768 23769 23770 23771 23772 23773 23774 23775 23776 23777 23778 23779 23780 23781 23782 23783 23784 23785 23786 23787 23788 23789 23790 23791 23792 [23793] 23794 23795 23796 23797 23798 23799 23800 23801 23802 23803 23804 23805 23806 23807 23808 23809 23810 23811 23812 23813 23814 23815 23816 23817 23818 23819 23820 23821 23822 23823 23824 23825 23826 23827 23828 23829 23830 23831 23832 23833 23834 23835 23836 23837 23838 23839 23840 23841 23842 23843 ... 27095 »
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!