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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%)
1-10% - 18 (13.6%)
11-20% - 15 (11.4%)
21-30% - 18 (13.6%)
31-40% - 7 (5.3%)
41-50% - 14 (10.6%)
51-60% - 9 (6.8%)
61-70% - 5 (3.8%)
71-80% - 4 (3%)
81-90% - 2 (1.5%)
91-99% - 3 (2.3%)
100% - 10 (7.6%)
Total Voters: 132

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June 23, 2019, 12:23:50 PM

Many traders will be looking to take some profits off the table now, but it's worth remembering that last time bitcoin's price broke through $10,000 it then hit its all-time high of nearly $20,000 just 16 days later.
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Girlfriend is away
Time to buy cheese ham waffles
Mmm... Alone time rules.
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Girlfriend is away
Time to buy cheese ham waffles
Mmm... Alone time rules.

You need to go hang with the goose, his lady is in Vegas on work for a few weeks.

The adventures of nutildah & micman - HANGOVER 4

Cheesy
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Mmm... Alone time rules.

You need to go hang with the goose, his lady is in Vegas on work for a few weeks.

The adventures of nutildah & micman - HANGOVER 4

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I didn't know you had a tattoo?

Fuck me either!

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June 23, 2019, 12:55:28 PM

Golly Mic

you folks sure eat a lot of carbs

I remember when I could do that...and drink...sigh

1 more day till my first month of Keto is complete 16 3 to 14 7 so far, so good.

 That's awesome!  According to my calculations, between jojo69 and yourself, you've burned off an excess of approximately 1.48X1024 molecules of adipose triglyceride which is no easy task.  My concern however is that in doing so, you have also created another 1.54X1026 molecules of water.  I don't know how to convey this politely...

 

  Grin
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Mmm... Alone time rules.

You need to go hang with the goose, his lady is in Vegas on work for a few weeks.

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Who, me?

I’m covered in tattoos amigo.
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June 23, 2019, 01:09:15 PM


1 BTC/Lambo is so far anymore. Maybe Christmas? Or I wish too much?
Too much wish. I would like a slow and steady ride.

Christmas, no chance. 1BTC = 1 Lambo a few years away imo.

2021 is the target.
A few years ago, I had my natal chart done. It said I wouldn't have to worry about money anymore at age 46.
I'll be 46... in two years.

I’d like to be able to achieve financial freedom at 35.
I’ll be 35... in two years Cheesy

Fist bump for being rich as fuck in 2 years Cheesy
And I will be 39. OHO! Good to have this feeling that financial freedom in under 40 🤪

Hello uncle kenzawak 😂

I hope I won't die... at 47, that would suck !
Meh I think I still have a few years left in me.

 Based on the pictures you've posted, I'm certain you're on the path to longevity.  You should probably stay away from places like Atlanta though Wink
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June 23, 2019, 01:15:19 PM
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Apart from the monthly chart, today I'm occupied with a different question. Pie chart or pee? I have chosen the pie chart. Wink



Disclosure: The above does not represent my own slices of the pie.

Have a lovely rest of June WOs!
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June 23, 2019, 01:19:10 PM

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20-6-2019 bitebits
13-12-2019 nikauforest
10-04-2020 yefi
05-09-2020 Samson
23-06-2021 fortune143

Update

Bitebits got this one for sure. Good luck to the chap Smiley
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Girlfriend is away
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Mmm... Alone time rules.

You need to go hang with the goose, his lady is in Vegas on work for a few weeks.

The adventures of nutildah & micman - HANGOVER 4

Cheesy

I effing love Vegas. Would love to live there.

One thing I would love more is meeting one of the top 10 most merited men in the world, The Goose.

However, I am unfortunately several thousand miles away at the moment.

I came within 100 miles or so of mic when he was in the Philippines... should have met him them. Such is loss, such is life.

Hangover 4: micgoossens and I meet real life Ed Helms and Zach Gilafankis (sp) in Vegas. We describe the virtues of bitcoin to them at the bar in the Hooters hotel before getting drugged by goons of Craig Wright, who was planning on doing the same thing for BSV. When they wake up, I'm gone, and the 3 of them spend the rest of the movie trying to figure out where I am.

Spoiler alert: I was at the Pinball Museum the whole time, because I love pinball.
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What impress me is that, even with bitcoin recovery fulfilling itself, and the return to the previous ATH being possible right now, we still have nocoiners bashing bitcoin, saying it dont have any use because they cant buy bread with it. I dont know why I still get angry with this kind of people, but it seems hard to avoid them.


 At gyft.com you can convert Bitcoin to electronic gift cards1 with which you can purchase bread (or pretty much any other common need).

1This is not intended as an endorsement of Gyft.
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Girlfriend is away
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Mmm... Alone time rules.

You need to go hang with the goose, his lady is in Vegas on work for a few weeks.

The adventures of nutildah & micman - HANGOVER 4

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I effing love Vegas. Would love to live there.

One thing I would love more is meeting one of the top 10 most merited men in the world, The Goose.

However, I am unfortunately several thousand miles away at the moment.

I came within 100 miles or so of mic when he was in the Philippines... should have met him them. Such is loss, such is life.

Hangover 4: micgoossens and I meet real life Ed Helms and Zach Gilafankis (sp) in Vegas. We describe the virtues of bitcoin to them at the bar in the Hooters hotel before getting drugged by goons of Craig Wright, who was planning on doing the same thing for BSV. When they wake up, I'm gone, and the 3 of them spend the rest of the movie trying to figure out where I am.

Spoiler alert: I was at the Pinball Museum the whole time, because I love pinball.

You’ll have to wait until the party if you know what I mean Wink
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June 23, 2019, 02:05:52 PM

What impress me is that, even with bitcoin recovery fulfilling itself, and the return to the previous ATH being possible right now, we still have nocoiners bashing bitcoin, saying it dont have any use because they cant buy bread with it. I dont know why I still get angry with this kind of people, but it seems hard to avoid them.


 At gyft.com you can convert Bitcoin to electronic gift cards1 with which you can purchase bread (or pretty much any other common need).

1This is not intended as an endorsement of Gyft.

Is there a european version for this?
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What impress me is that, even with bitcoin recovery fulfilling itself, and the return to the previous ATH being possible right now, we still have nocoiners bashing bitcoin, saying it dont have any use because they cant buy bread with it. I dont know why I still get angry with this kind of people, but it seems hard to avoid them.


 At gyft.com you can convert Bitcoin to electronic gift cards1 with which you can purchase bread (or pretty much any other common need).

1This is not intended as an endorsement of Gyft.

Is there a european version for this?

 Bitrefill
https://www.bitrefill.com/gift-cards/eu/?hl=en

I've used it phone my phone in the past but the gift cards are newer.

Edit: not so much variety yet for EU
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June 23, 2019, 02:10:19 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

I see we had a proper correction/retrace of about $1k from yesterday's gaudy top and are consolidating in the mid-$10xxx range... currently $10670USD/$14130CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

This is excellent. Up too far too fast isn't good. Slow and steady wins the race.

Go Bitcoin go.



I remember that storm. I was at the Skydome when it hit. They started to close the roof around the 6th inning but I didn't realize how hard it was raining until after the game. As I was walking up the ramp toward the elevators the  place went dark and the emergency lights came on. I'd never seen the field dark before. Thank gawd I wasn't in the elevator when the power went out. I later read stories about people trapped in flooded elevators who barely escaping drowning.

It took me 2 hours to make the (normally 15 minute) trip home. There were no taxicabs and the Spadina car was stopped by streetcars floating under the Gardiner Expressway, as evidenced by your photo. I arrived home thoroughly soaked to find my basement flooded to a depth of 4 inches.

Luckily it wasn't from a backed up drain, just from rainwater overwhelming the drain in the back stairwell so it was clean water. It took a few days of 2 industrial dehumidifiers and every fan I owned to thoroughly dry the place out and avoid a mold/mildew nightmare.

That was one helluva storm. Thanx for the memories.
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What impress me is that, even with bitcoin recovery fulfilling itself, and the return to the previous ATH being possible right now, we still have nocoiners bashing bitcoin, saying it dont have any use because they cant buy bread with it. I dont know why I still get angry with this kind of people, but it seems hard to avoid them.


 At gyft.com you can convert Bitcoin to electronic gift cards1 with which you can purchase bread (or pretty much any other common need).

1This is not intended as an endorsement of Gyft.

Is there a european version for this?

 Bitrefill
https://www.bitrefill.com/gift-cards/eu/?hl=en

I've used it phone my phone in the past but the gift cards are newer.


Neat. Kinda wish you could buy more gift cards than this though...
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June 23, 2019, 02:40:59 PM


1 BTC/Lambo is so far anymore. Maybe Christmas? Or I wish too much?
Too much wish. I would like a slow and steady ride.

Christmas, no chance. 1BTC = 1 Lambo a few years away imo.

Let's just say hypothetically that a WO guy or gal (the one in here) were to be inclined to purchase a brand new Lambo with 1BTC, once Lambos were within that price range - or bitcoins were within that level of price appreciation.

How many BTC would you say would be prudent to be in that person's BTC holdings or the level of that person's wealth, more or less, to make it prudent to use one BTC on a lambo?   Perhaps the equivalency of at least 10 BTC?   If you have the wealth equivalency of 10BTC when a Lambo is worth 1 BTC, then you can prudently afford a lambo, in my level of thinking about prudence. 

Of course, other guys and gal might come to a different conclusion than me, and be willing to allocate their value towards a lambo with much less of a value cushion.  Personally, I think it would be somewhat reckless to have less than 5 BTC of value and to apportion 1 BTC towards a lambo.. but, hey that's me.
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What impress me is that, even with bitcoin recovery fulfilling itself, and the return to the previous ATH being possible right now, we still have nocoiners bashing bitcoin, saying it dont have any use because they cant buy bread with it. I dont know why I still get angry with this kind of people, but it seems hard to avoid them.


well here's a workaround and yes, Amazon does sell bread  (I know... calling those disgusting, fibery, colon blow, brick things "bread" is a stretch, but WE....)
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Brothers,
What's your take from this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5157191.0

Well it is a good story. First she was confused about what to expect with the milk expanding. She had a linear expectation while living in a non linear world. ( big mistake).

No one knows how high Bitcoin will go or not go. Personally I would be uncomfortable with ALL my wealth in Bitcoin. ( that is just me) My strategy is selling some during extraordinary Bull runs and putting the proceeds into other assets. ( that is just me). All of my bitcoin is at no cost. It is all house money. Which means I will not be like the Gypsy.

That being said, I am also uncomfortable not owning enough relative to my net worth. ( I guess it is personal to everyone's situation )

That is my two cents.

O.k... I decided to comment in that thread too. 

I agree that the milk story is a bit of a non-fit in how it might apply in bitcoin.

So, yeah, in bitcoin we are better off to have a kind of incrementalist behavior rather than perceiving the underlying asset as an all or nothing proposition while attempting to time the tops, which would be nearly an impossible task and tends to NOT be necessary, anyhow, because bitcoin's cycles do tend to cause it to ultimately go higher with higher highs and higher lows, even though it could take years to play out or to figure out at which price points you would like to cash out some or all of your BTC stash.

I agree with you, nikauforest, that putting all of your wealth in bitcoin would seem to be a foolish approach because currently we live in a world in which fiat continues to have value and might even be quite useful for monthly expenses, and also it is likely going to be good, too, to hold some wealth in other assets, even if some of those are utilitarian, such as a car or computer, or just having a stock of food and water supply.  Housing  is also a good example of a place that could be useful and practical to hold some wealth.

Ill go for a version.

A Bulgarian woman had a fishing float (bitcoin) she kept it at the bottom of a lock. But one day the water kept rising. She was like smooth. It kept rising almost to the top. She knew she could remove the float anytime if it was to start draining drastically. But she just watched the float bobbing about in the lock.

One day it rose up so high the little float bobbed of into a big river, then into a huge river, then into an ocean. The woman was very happy for her faith in physics.

Look at you, Globb0.  Speaking in puzzles.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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June 23, 2019, 02:50:17 PM

Let's just say hypothetically that a WO guy or gal (the one in here) were to be inclined to purchase a brand new Lambo with 1BTC, once Lambos were within that price range - or bitcoins were within that level of price appreciation.

How many BTC would you say would be prudent to be in that person's BTC holdings or the level of that person's wealth, more or less, to make it prudent to use one BTC on a lambo?   Perhaps the equivalency of at least 10 BTC?   If you have the wealth equivalency of 10BTC when a Lambo is worth 1 BTC, then you can prudently afford a lambo, in my level of thinking about prudence.  

Of course, other guys and gal might come to a different conclusion than me, and be willing to allocate their value towards a lambo with much less of a value cushion.  Personally, I think it would be somewhat reckless to have less than 5 BTC of value and to apportion 1 BTC towards a lambo.. but, hey that's me.

It’s too much money unless we end up with a situation where 1BTC or 2BTC = a Lambo then you can probably leave me out.
I can afford to buy a couple right now & have a good stash still left but fuck that.

I’m not spending a sizeable amount of my stash on a fucking car, man.

Big, massive house & multiple apartments to rent out - yes.
Car - No

Never spend huge amounts of corn on anything unless it’s something that increases in fiat value. New cars are one of the worst investments.
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