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September 17, 2019, 07:31:32 AM

This is getting boring.

Only a couple weeks to Q4 and still over $10K though. The only thing I would not expect at all is the price to keep sideways for too much longer.

Anyway... this is (still) fine.

Fine does not equal boring


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Boring does not equal fine




Not in bitcoinlandia.


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There was no claim of a necessary relationship between the two. Just that the two occurred at the same time.
For someone so fond of writing you're quite shit at reading.

On a different note. Nice to see you're working on that brevity thing. Could still cull some dead space though.


Don't you have some BIG blocks to promote somewhere else, fatty?   Or you want to pleasure us with your BIG block worshiping, even though in these parts, we don't give any shits about your various bitcoin attack vector predilections and wishing for onchain scaling or whatever other nonsensical talking points might be your current whining hobby in thinking that there is something wrong with bitcoin.

There you go! Reasonably short without all that dead space. Well done!

Big blocks? Yah, what can I say. Follies of youth I guess. Sure good there was nothing to worry about.

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September 17, 2019, 07:42:56 AM

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American

You are...a leftist shitlib that lives in California and tries to submit neo-Marxist propaganda articles to the Huffington Post while also believing JayJuanGee is a genius.  I don't even have words for this.  You have completely failed natural selection and are probably too stupid to live.
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September 17, 2019, 08:03:54 AM

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American....

Is that a dig at the american education system?

The guy is barely literate at times.
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September 17, 2019, 08:12:34 AM

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American....

Is that a dig at the american education system?

The guy is barely literate at times.

Long-winded and disjointed is hardly the same thing as being "barely literate."

Plus he uses too many American colloquialisms and idioms to be anything other than American.

I'd like to see an example of his writing that you consider to be "barely literate."
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Good morning brothers!
Proven not guilty https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5185059.msg52477965#msg52477965 (happy for it, thanks to PrimeNumber7, thanks nutildah for showing your concern too and others obviously)
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September 17, 2019, 08:40:42 AM

is Finex broken ?

There is hardly any volume, it looks so fake.

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September 17, 2019, 08:49:07 AM

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American....

Is that a dig at the american education system?

The guy is barely literate at times.

Well I thought it was common knowledge JJG is a bot hosted in one of the datacenters in the US and (poorly) coded by some foreign exchange students... Grin
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Good morning brothers!
Proven not guilty https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5185059.msg52477965#msg52477965 (happy for it, thanks to PrimeNumber7, thanks nutildah for showing your concern too and others obviously)
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WB bro

I was thinking about you (No homo) when you went missing during football and 50k post thingy and i didn't have any idea that you were banned. 2-3 WO regulars are already banned or went missing due to their own reasons, so glad you are back.

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September 17, 2019, 09:03:13 AM

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American....

Is that a dig at the american education system?

The guy is barely literate at times.

Long-winded and disjointed is hardly the same thing as being "barely literate."

Plus he uses too many American colloquialisms and idioms to be anything other than American.

I'd like to see an example of his writing that you consider to be "barely literate."

I'm not arguing that he's not American. It was the "well-educated" bit that didn't quite ring true.

Here's a recent example of his less than stellar reading comprehension:

This is getting boring.

Only a couple weeks to Q4 and still over $10K though. The only thing I would not expect at all is the price to keep sideways for too much longer.

Anyway... this is (still) fine.

Fine does not equal boring


and


Boring does not equal fine




Not in bitcoinlandia.


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There was no claim of a necessary relationship between the two. Just that the two occurred at the same time.
For someone so fond of writing you're quite shit at reading.

On a different note. Nice to see you're working on that brevity thing. Could still cull some dead space though.


You can also look at this older text:

And, sometimes in this thread, I am amazed by the quantity of FUD and naysayers participated herein b/c in reality a forum such as this should have a larger percentage of bulls and circle jerkers... instead we are continuously dealing with the negativity .. and maybe some of them are legitimate bears investing in BTC and trying to profit off of shorts, etc etc... but others seem to be engaged in a sort of sabotage attempt, manipulation and disinformation campaign that seems to be coming from another deeper and eviler place and yes seems likely that they are being paid by someone...   Maybe NOT government agencies, but more likely by financial institutions.. but there could be some government entities that are motivated and or funded by banking-type interests?  which we know that this frequently occurs when wars are fought over oil and resources.. the USA people do NOT necessarily profit in any kind of meaningful way as compared with the billions in profits that go into private hands of the filthy rich.

This is hardly academic level writing. This was before evil JJG was born. JJG Mark I was mostly polite and considerate. He turned cruel around the Blocksize debacle, which might indicate that he was quite young back then.

This example was kinda readable, but there are other walls of text with literally no content. If you do find them you should lean back and marvel at their glory. Warning: they may lead to a massive headache. 
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September 17, 2019, 09:06:14 AM

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I was about to ask it LOL

Yeah it was a misunderstanding. I am glad I came up clean.
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September 17, 2019, 09:09:01 AM

This was before evil JJG was born. JJG Mark I was mostly polite and considerate. He turned cruel
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September 17, 2019, 09:12:52 AM

JJG always struck me as a perfect match for the standard 'voice' of BCT:

You should have quit while you were ahead here...

-Weak/Broken English
-Inability to control emotions

Obvious digs and largely inaccurate. JJG's English (the times I read it anyway) is top notch, which leads me to believe your failure to recognize this means you are the one who is not a native speaker.

My guess has always been:

-Lower status younger Southern/Eastern European: nope
-Missed out on BTC early days: not compared to you
-Sees no way out besides a belief in BTC hitting 100k+: negative, he's laid out dozens of scenarios in the past that suggest otherwise

I've always guessed that JJG was a well-educated American of perhaps 50% hispanic descent, just going by his use of the double-space between sentences and his name. Also the times of his posts, though scattered, would suggest he resides on the east coast or somewhere in middle America.

It's quite funny that one (here) believes that such needs to be commented / stated in an educated env.

It also says much about what ppl believe what Bitcoin might need to work and even go out for commenting / stating on such...


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September 17, 2019, 09:17:12 AM

New hashrate ATH yesterday. 99 EH/s.

Back in July i predicted we would reach 100 EH/s this year. Looks like I lowballed it pretty hard...

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September 17, 2019, 09:26:48 AM

Napoli vs Liverpool, Champions League tonight!
2 - 3 Liverpool



Napoli 1-2 LFC
Glad I’m not going, their fans are animals. People got beaten & stabbed there last sesson.
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Napoli 1-2 LFC
Glad I’m not going, their fans are animals. People got beaten & stabbed there last sesson.
LOL
We are not arrogant.
I have a bet for Liverpool to win. After long day got some good price for Liverpool to win 🙂
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Napoli vs Liverpool, Champions League tonight!
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Napoli 1-2 LFC
Glad I’m not going, their fans are animals. People got beaten & stabbed there last sesson.

2-4 ......
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September 17, 2019, 09:45:27 AM

Roger is on, go get your popcorns.  Grin

lol Roger... what an enigma. I'd love to know where he went so wrong. I actually think he has had some sort of mental break
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September 17, 2019, 09:46:36 AM

Wasnt Tera calling for double digit prices in 2015 and for sub 1k prices in 2018 or 19?

Can't find the original posts right now, but there's a rehash of my and Tera's calls in a April 2018 post (that we both originally made in 2017):

The r0ach generous estimate was sideways at $4200-4400, but it would dump lower to like $3k then bounce up to that level.  

The Tera estimate was "$3k and that's generous" with a possibility of dumping all the way to $1k.

Tera was an okay bear, but didn't really talk about anything relevant besides guessing where the price of various pump and dump scams would go.  The only other person I've seen make any relevant posts in this thread instead of just standard retard pump and dump scammer posts was the guy who created a doppleganger account of me:

You are not your own bank when your mining cannot in any way influence a proof of work system.

You are not your own bank when your storage of bitcoin depends always upon third parties to continue on doing immense amounts of proof of work to keep it safe.

The temporary individual gains will eventually be cancelled by an exponential expansion of 1984.

Usage and adoption are not why BTC is 300B either. Perhaps big brother has infinite cash to make the best tracking ever, the most irresistible ride ever. No publicity is bad publicity therefore no crypto hype is bad hype. How do we generate crypto hype? We buy it with infinite fiat. Why do we buy it with infinite fiat? Well, it costs nothing. Most importantly it is because having everyone cryptod is worth 1000 facebooks.

Thanks for the info Roach, I felt pretty certain she used to talk about 1k a lot last year. Time for some serious questions Roach if you will indulge.

I doubt you today consider that you were a retard in 2015 when you believed in Bitcoin. If you came to the conclusion once that Bitcoin was the future, how can you be certain that you wont again come to this conclusion and get some coins before we get to 1 million usd per coin without you?

This past Bitcoiner status of yours to me sets you apart from most Bitcoin haters and tells me you may one day come in from your prodigal journey into the cold and dine on the fatted calf of your true father, King Bitcoin.   Cheesy

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