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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 27 (20.5%)
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21-30% - 18 (13.6%)
31-40% - 7 (5.3%)
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100% - 10 (7.6%)
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June 03, 2019, 05:50:01 AM


And fuck yeah I wanna yacht!  Grin

Bobcat Goldthwait.  Dweezil Zappa. Heck yeah.

EDIT: 1980's MTV called. They gave approval.

(Telephone ring)
Arrgh, hello, hello Dweezil? This is Bobcat
Umm I-I-Arrgh I want a yacht

(Chorus)
I want a yacht bought by you
Nothin' less could ever do- ever do
I want a yacht bought by you
90 feet long with a ten man crew- ten man crew
(Repeat)

I want a yacht, I don't care how
I want a yacht!
I want a yacht, I want it now
I want a yacht!
I want a yacht, I want your house
I want a yacht!
I want a yacht, what else you got
Besides my yacht?

(Chorus)

I want a yacht, I want it now
I want a yacht!
I want a yacht, what else you got
Besides my yacht?
I want a yacht, I want your wallet
I want a yacht!
I want a yacht, I'm so distraught
I want a yacht!

(Chorus)
(Guitar solo)
(Regular chorus)
(Bobcat Dialogue begins, continues over balance of song)

(1st Broken Chorus)
I want a yacht bought by you
I want a yacht bought by-
I want a yacht bought by you
90 feet long with a ten man crew- ten man crew

(2nd broken chorus)
I want a yacht bought by you
I want a yacht bought by you
I want a yacht bought by
I want a yacht bought by you
Nothin' less could ever do- ever do

(Regular chorus)
(2nd broken chorus)
(Bobcat)

I wanna, I wanna, Ahh!
I want a yacht, I gotta, I gotta have a yacht
Gimmee a yacht!! I wanna, I wanna, Ahh
C'mon, please give me a yacht, I want a Arr
Ahhh! I want A YACHT, I wanna, I want a yacht
I wanna have a yacht-
You gave, you gave Simon Le Bon a yacht
C'mon, you even gave Don Johnson a yacht
C'mon please give me, I want a yacht
I want a yacht! I don't really think
I am asking for all that much, am I?
I want I want Ahh! I am a yacht guy!
I got, I got like, my yacht clothes...
I got, I've got like...
I got my new yacht attitude, man we're gonna be
We're gonna be yachtin' in Wyoming!
We're gonna be yachtin' in Nebraska! Owww!
We're gonna be yachtin' in the USA!
I want a yacht!
Thank you very much!

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June 03, 2019, 05:58:08 AM

Btw almost HODLsleep time in a new unfamiliar bed ..... hope it HODLs along with me!

That Said BTC at 8704

So 93,296$ to the 100K event gogo (we BTC’ers are planning good on time ) Cheesy

Your math sucks. 

You better go to hodl sleep.   Wink

Lol, don't blame the guy.

could be beer-wine talking. Cheesy

He (and his team) seem to know how to use their phones to take a sufficient number of pictures.

Usually, the calculator function is within reach, too.  Am I NOT rite?
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June 03, 2019, 06:00:32 AM

Hiring an appropriately sized venue entirely (hotel / country house... fuck it - a castle, even) might make security a little less of an issue

Unfortunately, Risto's place burned down.

Of course, he turned a little cray-cray before said event, so there's that...
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June 03, 2019, 06:02:24 AM

If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Bitcoin is useless at 1 MB blocks, it's useless at on-chain scaling for any higher block size, and Lightning Network is also useless because it's just a permissioned ledger recreation of the already existing banking system.  WHY do you even bother talking about Bitcoin instead of physical metals?  Bitcoin would still be trash compared to metals even if it did scale, but it doesn't.  Transaction validators are designed to centralize, so it has no fundamentals, then even fails to scale while being centralized.  Digital shitcoin shills have got to be some of the biggest scammers the world has ever seen at this point.
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June 03, 2019, 06:03:52 AM

If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Segwit was a great thing to get passed, locked in and then implemented.  Bitcoin has been bullish as fuck since it beat the fuck out of those naysayers who were then (in mid 2017) calling for its demise due to NO plans for BIG BLOCKs... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  Even though they are not dead yet, and the various shitcoiners and bitcoin attack vectors seem likely to pump again on the coattails of BIG DADDY, bitcoin.

Am I NOT koreck?
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June 03, 2019, 06:10:27 AM

Since we don't really know each others, we might not all have the same moral limits. There might be priests, law enforcement officers, former addicts or even vegetarians among us.

Zing!
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If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Segwit was a great thing to get passed, locked in and then implemented.  Bitcoin has been bullish as fuck since it beat the fuck out of those naysayers who were then (in mid 2017) calling for its demise due to NO plans for BIG BLOCKs... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  Even though they are not dead yet, and the various shitcoiners and bitcoin attack vectors seem likely to pump again on the coattails of BIG DADDY, bitcoin.

Am I NOT koreck?

Segwit was the shitcoin created - and got Support only from ano anarcho speculants yet.

No buisness for P2P cash or even the funny new store of value Feature ever adopted it - and never will

U live in a PoSM cloud


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June 03, 2019, 06:13:56 AM

Now you are starting to make sense $10k/head is definitely doable and mic did the math pretty perfectly $300-400k can buy pretty much anything you'd ask in a party. (not beyonce sorry)

*I am still OK with the second option, drinking Beer Grin. Don't like to get dressed for parties.

Yeah 400 grand surely doesn't sound like plastic chairs, sandwiches and cheap beer  Grin Grin Grin

BuBut MAYO sammiches.
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June 03, 2019, 06:14:16 AM

Hiring an appropriately sized venue entirely (hotel / country house... fuck it - a castle, even) might make security a little less of an issue

Unfortunately, Risto's place burned down.

Of course, he turned a little cray-cray before said event, so there's that...

Still crazy. Refers to himself as the dragon, and speaks in the third person.

https://www.facebook.com/people/Risto-Pietil%C3%A4/100017679760266
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June 03, 2019, 06:14:49 AM

https://twitter.com/ManikRathee/status/1135268506880991232
what is Level 3, why is it down, should I care, what is the answer?

Level 3 is the name of one of the bigger backhaul innertube providers.
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June 03, 2019, 06:15:37 AM

If you guys ever decide on The Philippines,

P.S. I would not suggest any drugs in the party.

Not even alcohol & caffeine?
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June 03, 2019, 06:16:06 AM

During such very sensitive period of the crypto market, of bitcoin, ups or downs are totally depends on sneeze of whales. Whenever whales  look into the sky and sneeze, bitcoin and market will move up; whenever whales look on the ground, and sneeze, bitcoin and market will move down.


Did you read the title of the thread?

We are talking about Bitcoin here, not some stupid-ass shitcoin(s) that you seem to be referring to .... what is "crypto"?  Anyhow?

Call it btc and u ve some args.

U might breach Satoshi's copyright - don't ya?
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June 03, 2019, 06:21:50 AM

Samourai Wallet open sources back-end of privacy enhanced bitcoin wallet

https://www.cryptoninjas.net/2019/06/03/samourai-wallet-open-sources-back-end-of-privacy-enhanced-bitcoin-wallet/



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June 03, 2019, 06:21:54 AM

If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Segwit was a great thing to get passed, locked in and then implemented.  Bitcoin has been bullish as fuck since it beat the fuck out of those naysayers who were then (in mid 2017) calling for its demise due to NO plans for BIG BLOCKs... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  Even though they are not dead yet, and the various shitcoiners and bitcoin attack vectors seem likely to pump again on the coattails of BIG DADDY, bitcoin.

Am I NOT koreck?

You are correct. And I don't understand why, almost 2 years later, anti-BTC fanatics continue to cry about how damaging SegWit is to bitcoin. There's absolutely nothing wrong it. Its failed nobody never on anything. Its one drawback is you can't readily send coins to bech32 addresses from some older wallet clients. However, the Bitcoin Core client itself has supported SegWit addresses for over 16 months now.

Segwit was the shitcoin created - and got Support only from ano anarcho speculants yet.

No buisness for P2P cash or even the funny new store of value Feature ever adopted it - and never will

U live in a PoSM cloud

Case in point. Don't know why I don't have you on ignore yet. Problem solved.
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June 03, 2019, 06:23:31 AM

If we can't put a decent party together for a couple of thousand bucks a head (assuming 75+ people), we would be doing it wrong.

If you want Don Perignon on tap it's an optional extra, but a decent party with accomodation and decent food sorted in the price, some entertainment etc is easily done.  Extras can be 'according to taste and desires' surely...

I used to work in the music business, I have a fair idea what a party for an upscale entourage costs. With or without extras.

Frankly, I think $1,000/person is pretty extravagant.

Live band, buffet and hor'douvres or however the fuck it's spelled, open bar, and security.

And by invitation only IMO - posting any details publicly results in de-invitation.

I totally agree on the 'no need to be extravagant' - I was advocating for way less than the figures being bandied about. 

If it's just for the event and everyone sources their own accommodation, of course it's OTT.  Even if 5 star accommodation for a weekend is involved, plus a lot of events and a very special venue for the big night, then $1000 is still plenty. 

If anything is going to happen and with such a varied bunch of people, I would imagine people will want to just book their own trip but attend the main event and perhaps some spin off trips in bunches according to their whims (and who they want to hang out with).  The spend is then optional and it means secrecy and security is reduced to the actual event(s).

If a bunch want to go drive supercars around a race track for an afternoon, or head en masse for a Michelin-starred restaurant it's an optional add on.  It would be best if stuff was organised in advance, though.
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If this little soiree is going to cost 400 fucking grand ...



Each?

A few seem to have settled on 10 grand a piece and 40 people. No idea why and it Weren't me. No, sir.


There was no settling and really the idea of charging a entrance fee is ludicrous. This is just low brow flights of fancy.

I think what we should really do is look into a pay per view type extravaganza with obstacle courses and medical teams on standby. I am sure the whole cost could be defrayed and the rest sent to a good charity.

Or more germane, we'll all talk some about investing in Bitcoin. Which will make the trip tax-deductible.

Lotta savvy biz knowledge to be shared amongst the tycoons of industry known as the WO regulars.
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June 03, 2019, 06:32:50 AM

Hiring an appropriately sized venue entirely (hotel / country house... fuck it - a castle, even) might make security a little less of an issue

Unfortunately, Risto's place burned down.

Of course, he turned a little cray-cray before said event, so there's that...

Still crazy. Refers to himself as the dragon, and speaks in the third person.

https://www.facebook.com/people/Risto-Pietil%C3%A4/100017679760266

The last dragon got a crown of gold.
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... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no? 

No.
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June 03, 2019, 06:38:44 AM

Risto is a lucky guy, he got in really, really early. I wonder what he’s up to now?
The castle fire was a shame (if it was an accident). I wonder if it could possibly have been an insurance job though?
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If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Segwit was a great thing to get passed, locked in and then implemented.  Bitcoin has been bullish as fuck since it beat the fuck out of those naysayers who were then (in mid 2017) calling for its demise due to NO plans for BIG BLOCKs... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  Even though they are not dead yet, and the various shitcoiners and bitcoin attack vectors seem likely to pump again on the coattails of BIG DADDY, bitcoin.

Am I NOT koreck?

Jbreher is a BCash scammer.

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