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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 19 (19.6%)
1-10% - 11 (11.3%)
11-20% - 12 (12.4%)
21-30% - 15 (15.5%)
31-40% - 4 (4.1%)
41-50% - 10 (10.3%)
51-60% - 8 (8.2%)
61-70% - 5 (5.2%)
71-80% - 3 (3.1%)
81-90% - 2 (2.1%)
91-99% - 0 (0%)
100% - 8 (8.2%)
Total Voters: 97

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June 17, 2019, 07:33:32 PM

Why am I on the internet in the middle of the night instead of in bed reading a book?
I always end up buying some styling stuff for my 30 year old 740, just bought handle covers 760 style.
Really don't need it, but what the heck, I like the stuff.
Cant wait until BTC hits 100k, that's when I cash out a substantial sum of money and buy a lightyear one among other things. https://lightyear.one
Well, going to bed and cuddle with the cats now. You all have a good one.


OMG how did I not know about the Lightyear One?  Thank you for drawing this to my attention !!

You're welcome, I just hope it looks as cool as it sounds. And that the things that actually matters in daily use actually is there and works. Like a cleaning function for the headlights that actually cleans them, and enough cup holders, and the possibility to install a light ramp, and a good heating system. You really need those things in the dark and muddy winters where I live.
I will not be selling my 30 year old Volvo 740.
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How do you get around the problem of driving an ultra-lightweight, aluminum car frame that weighs like 200 pounds and coming into contact with 5000 pound SUVs crushing you like a medieval torture device?  All cars should be like that, but I'm not sure how to get all the SUV-tards off the road.  You would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of every country and having shipping only roads for 18 wheelers that these things don't drive on.  Probably a lot of rail shipping that needs to be reworked too.
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June 17, 2019, 07:47:11 PM

There is a new guy coming to town.

First, it was the Mayer Multiple, then the Puell Multiple and now...

The Golden Ratio Multiple.

To begin, we will use the 350 day moving average of Bitcoin’s price. It has historically been an important moving average because once price moves above it, a new bull run begins.



edit: looks like infofront was quicker than me. :/

While talking about 350DMA's... What if it goes like...



See the orange line under the purple line? This looks so fucking wild. Almost like a tiger about to fuck some rabbit.
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How do you get around the problem of driving an ultra-lightweight, aluminum car frame that weighs like 200 pounds and coming into contact with 5000 pound SUVs crushing you like a medieval torture device?  All cars should be like that, but I'm not sure how to get all the SUV-tards off the road.  You would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of every country and having shipping only roads for 18 wheelers that these things don't drive on.  Probably a lot of rail shipping that needs to be reworked too.

I'm a professional driver, I know what I'm doing.
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June 17, 2019, 07:51:47 PM

The battle for 9300, who would have known?  Grin
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June 17, 2019, 07:53:25 PM

After June 20, I will do Bitcoin tattoo! WO Give me a couple of sketches for analysis!

As long as you don't copy my one then we are all fine....



I probably will tattoo the "i'm fine dog as well" Smiley
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June 17, 2019, 07:54:27 PM

I thought you meant Glasgow when you said Port Glasgow. I didn't realise they are separate places. This is paraphrased from wikipedia.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_Glasgow

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.. population 19,426,  16,617,  15,414, and still growing.

You'd probably make the locals cry or slap you if you mixed up the two, plus have a really, really shit holiday too.
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June 17, 2019, 07:55:37 PM

the UK

God emperor Putin should just bomb them to put them out of their misery.



Troll troll troll....... troll

Got some more trollness for us?
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June 17, 2019, 08:13:57 PM

After June 20, I will do Bitcoin tattoo! WO Give me a couple of sketches for analysis!

As long as you don't copy my one then we are all fine....



I probably will tattoo the "i'm fine dog as well" Smiley

You should get the downward facing bitcoin carriage on the other arms!
That would be epic!
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How do you get around the problem of driving an ultra-lightweight, aluminum car frame that weighs like 200 pounds and coming into contact with 5000 pound SUVs crushing you like a medieval torture device?  All cars should be like that, but I'm not sure how to get all the SUV-tards off the road.  You would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of every country and having shipping only roads for 18 wheelers that these things don't drive on.  Probably a lot of rail shipping that needs to be reworked too.

I'm a professional driver, I know what I'm doing.

Guess you won't mind when JayJuanGee OD's on crack cocaine while driving and veers into your lane in his '78 Oldsmobile then.
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June 17, 2019, 08:24:49 PM

After June 20, I will do Bitcoin tattoo! WO Give me a couple of sketches for analysis!

As long as you don't copy my one then we are all fine....



I probably will tattoo the "i'm fine dog as well" Smiley

You should get the downward facing bitcoin carriage on the other arms!
That would be epic!

I cannot ruin the rollercoaster as its already perfect IMO, keep the original as it is...

Don't we see that with BTC as well? Keep the best version, keep the original! Smiley
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How do you get around the problem of driving an ultra-lightweight, aluminum car frame that weighs like 200 pounds and coming into contact with 5000 pound SUVs crushing you like a medieval torture device?  All cars should be like that, but I'm not sure how to get all the SUV-tards off the road.  You would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of every country and having shipping only roads for 18 wheelers that these things don't drive on.  Probably a lot of rail shipping that needs to be reworked too.

I'm a professional driver, I know what I'm doing.

Guess you won't mind when JayJuanGee OD's on crack cocaine while driving and veers into your lane in his '78 Oldsmobile then.

Lol, we are not on the same continent
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I am very well familiar with the stupidity that has engulfed the UK. It one of the worst shitholes to live in today primarily to everything that you've listed (and a few other things, CCTV anyone?). Imagine that, a western highly-developed country = complete shithole. That's a discussion for P&S section, but that one has a roach called TECSHARE. It's best to discuss these things off-forum.  Smiley

Speaking from experience are we?
Though I currently reside in USA, I have lived for a number of years in the UK (dual citizen)
Though the plumbing maybe antiquated (among other slight annoying inconveniences) it is
certainly  not a “shithole” ...quite the contrary imo. They don’t have a moron president or a retarded gun culture and you don’t go bankrupt for getting ill.
But like you said that’s a discussion for P+S section and the mighty tecshare and all.
Then again I suppose making blatantly subjective posts like that will no doubt gain you lots of
friends in here (and maybe a couple of enemies , idk). It’s the WO after all....
Your prime minister was literally run out of office for being incompetent. And the mayor of your biggest city is a muslim. People are being arrested over tweets and facebooks. Shithole doesn't begin to cover it, more like banana republic.
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Full disclosure regarding poll. Voted "$8,251-$8,500". Glad to be wrong in this instance.

I was more optimistic... $8751 - $9000. I will also be glad to be wrong...
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June 17, 2019, 08:37:24 PM

I honestly don't care about his posts, if anything it makes me think about why I disagree with him, further cementing my own beliefs. 

He is useful for that purpose. See, my one liner got him to reply with a couple of paragraphs of expletives.
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June 17, 2019, 08:44:45 PM

Your prime minister was literally run out of office for being incompetent. And the mayor of your biggest city is a muslim. People are being arrested over tweets and facebooks. Shithole doesn't begin to cover it, more like banana republic.

The majority of the country voted for neither, or will ever vote again, and all you have to do to avoid being slotted by SCO19 for tweeting about gayers and girls with willies is not go on those shitty platforms.

That leaves you a fine land filled with nuns cycling to cricket matches in the morning mist.
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How do you get around the problem of driving an ultra-lightweight, aluminum car frame that weighs like 200 pounds and coming into contact with 5000 pound SUVs crushing you like a medieval torture device?  All cars should be like that, but I'm not sure how to get all the SUV-tards off the road.  You would have to rebuild the entire infrastructure of every country and having shipping only roads for 18 wheelers that these things don't drive on.  Probably a lot of rail shipping that needs to be reworked too.

I'm a professional driver, I know what I'm doing.

Guess you won't mind when JayJuanGee OD's on crack cocaine while driving and veers into your lane in his '78 Oldsmobile then.

You are one sick puppy, roach.

The only reason that I would have a 78' oldsmobile would be to serve as an extra car, and there is nothing wrong with having a few extra cars in the event that you have a lot of money and you happen to like cars.  Currently, I have a decent amount of money, and surely I could afford to maintain 20 or more cars without any kind of financial problem - except my current preference is not to be tied down geographically, so I really do not want to accumulate too many cars, at the moment (even though I do like cars).

Regarding my ability to maintain my wealth, I don't see any real problem with that.  Of course, based on BTC's price appreciation, especially in the past 3 years, I have accumulated a lot more wealth than I had expected, especially in the direction of the value of my bitcoin holdings, but I doubt that my diversification in bitcoin and my overall strategy towards bitcoin (or my wealth otherwise) is taking on very much extra risk in terms of preserving my wealth status, and my likely future wealth direction seems to have decent chances of being assured... especially given my knowledge about bitcoin and my readiness, williness and ability to maintain a stake in bitcoin.

You, on the other hand, to the extent that you are acting on your dumbness and failing/refusing to invest in bitcoin, might be able to suss out some kind of a living with your failure and refusal to invest in the superior hedge, namely your lack of bitcoin.

Yes, dumb dumb, you have made a significant financial life choice.  Just like Peter Schiff, to the extent that he is not secretly accumulating BTC, in spite his dumb ass public bullishness on gold and other PMs.
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June 17, 2019, 08:58:32 PM

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1767459.msg51504200#msg51504200
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If anyone from here would know something that could be of help..... can always reply as I have send the link to my bud...
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June 17, 2019, 09:08:42 PM

If you can do something to keep realr0ach out of here then I am sure you will receive an overwhelming support. Other than that it is not such a big issue.
Read my personal text. That will explain why mr. r0ach is still allowed to be around. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Try living in the UK, full of liberals, crying & whinging bitches. It’s what drags the country down & allows people to dictate to us how we should live in our own fucking country but that’s a whole, lengthy discussion for another forum possibly.

Living in a country controlled by a bunch of religious conservatives is not any better its just a different set of bullshit rules and the fundamentalists are far more dangerous. Liberals don't normally call for stonings.
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Any country without the right to own guns & freedom of speech are slaves.  The UK has neither.
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