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Once you take the orange pill 💊
You'll never see money the same way 💰
#Bitcoin is better #money.


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Tick... Tick... Tick...

https://twitter.com/aztek_btc/status/1168759256281075712?s=21

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@r0ach........  Kiss

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Added with image chart see for everyone very informational chart.
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Indeed, but its a short video.... still thx

And goodnight....
Okay goodnight hope back soon hangout.
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September 04, 2019, 12:02:31 AM

A last planB to Then have a peacefull HODLsleep

Goodnight bro’s

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#Bitcoin Bull Markets start at Difficulty ATL .. Enter the Green Zone!


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https://twitter.com/100trillionusd/status/1168820842064764928?s=21

This graph is a mess.

1. Difficulty ATL means difficulty trough before the bull run
2. Color overlay is wrong. You should read: “blocks mined after difficulty ATL”.

You know how much I love the guy, but this is the worst graph he posted.
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Congratulaion @fillippone your last disit all of "8" It's not easy to see anymore
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September 04, 2019, 12:10:47 AM

Hi guys, I haven’t been on the forum for about a year and remembered about this thread. How are you doing?
I did an analysis here and realized that 100k was waiting for us.


You sure that you are not stealing that image from somewhere else? 

Or are you Arthur Hayes?

https://twitter.com/CryptoHayes/status/1168819268625944576

https://twitter.com/Eljaboom/status/1168872419530072064
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September 04, 2019, 12:17:11 AM
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Pointing in the right direction, let's go !!! BTC

I was about to send you a smerit for this lovely pic; however, I was not sure about the symbolism of it?  Does it mean top?  or a double top? 

TLDR:  looks simultaneously nice and scary



Posted just before starting to climb, for not putting another green dildo.

You ended up being correct that the upwardly pointed high beams did seem to point our then way.
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September 04, 2019, 02:04:02 AM

Hi guys, I haven’t been on the forum for about a year and remembered about this thread. How are you doing?
I did an analysis here and realized that 100k was waiting for us.
https://i.ibb.co/dp6y92F/2019-09-03-16-22-52.jpg

You sure that you are not stealing that image from somewhere else? 

Or are you Arthur Hayes?

https://twitter.com/CryptoHayes/status/1168819268625944576

https://twitter.com/Eljaboom/status/1168872419530072064
Arthur Hayes: More short liquidations please  Cheesy
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September 04, 2019, 02:19:16 AM
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Yeah, first fking Tuesday in 4 months to sit down at a normal time and have a beer. I think I just came in my brain.


EDIT: And the first thing I thought of was coming here Smiley

Beer & Bitcoin - Two amazing things, they belong together, why not?
Welcome back my friend Smiley

I do thank you very much, sent my last merit on the way for the warm welcome (back?) Cheesy

Has anything changed here? Or how much can even change in about 7 months?

Have 2 back Smiley
Not much has changed, the same old trolls hanging around. I think we’re transitioning into full bull mode now. Hopefully the end of the year is a slow grind up continuing towards the halving & then the fireworks start in 2021.

I am thinking that quite a bit has changed in bitcoinlandia (which would include this thread) in the past 7 months.  Early in 2019, we were kind of in the doldrums, and even a bit pessimistic about price, including yours truly.

Actually the drop from $6k to $3k had gotten me to conclude that our bear market status had been confirmed, which surely was not a good place to be.

Of course, in late March we had another revisiting of upper $3ks and even meandering and staying in the lower $4ks for several days, and in late March even JSHAW asserted that we were not going to see sub $3,900 ever again, and surely a lot of us, including yours truly, concluded that he was way the fuck too optimistic, and the odds were quite heavily against his assertion.... and what the fuck, he ended up being correct (so far, and seeming forever, absent some kind of real detrimental BTC circumstances to drag us back down there).  

So, yeah, even though April 1 broke above $4.2k, it took several weeks of staying in the upper $4ks and even the mid-May leg above $6k to really confirm that we were likely out of the bear market and even perhaps into a bull market.  We seem to have been in such bull market, ever since.. sure with a bit of a BTC price correction, but shit, what do you expect?   3.5x price appreciation in less than 3 months...  Sheeiiit.. as some folks might say.

So, same ole, same ole, does not seem to be the correct characterization of current status when a decent number of us, likely including yours truly, seem to be progressing towards a kind of inevitable richie status... timeline for such unclear, but jeeeezzz, seem like we remain on such richie path.. and not talking about RichieT, neither.
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Congrats JJG, welcome to the club.

Update: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5117330.msg52352059#msg52352059
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Being in DT isn't that significant anymore, now that you only leave orange marks next to peoples' names (lame), but nevertheless its a great way to stratify people and have an excuse to look down on everyone else.
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Congrats JJG, welcome to the club.

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Being in DT isn't that significant anymore, now that you only leave orange marks next to peoples' names (lame), but nevertheless its a great way to stratify people and have an excuse to look down on everyone else.

Hahahaha... yeah, thanks, I saw that.

In the past several months I had been considering whether I should start leaving trust ratings.. and it just continues to seem like a BIG ass quagmire... Maybe some day, I might go down that path, but I just seem to keep sufficiently busy enough trolling the WO and bitching about orange coin go up and myselfie becoming too much richie.    Cry Cry Cry 
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September 04, 2019, 04:36:43 AM

like Jay needs a reason to look down on everyone else
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September 04, 2019, 04:46:45 AM

Climate alarmist Michael Mann outed as a fraud.
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"Mann sued Ball for libel in 2011. Principia Scientific now reports that the court in British Columbia has dismissed Mann’s lawsuit with prejudice, and assessed costs against him."

"Some years ago, Dr. Tim Ball wrote that climate scientist Michael Mann “belongs in the state pen, not Penn State.” At issue was Mann’s famous “hockey stick” graph that purported to show a sudden and unprecedented 20th century warming trend. The hockey stick featured prominently in the IPCC’s Third Assessment Report (2001), but has since been shown to be wrong."

"What happened was that Dr. Ball asserted a truth defense. He argued that the hockey stick was a deliberate fraud, something that could be proved if one had access to the data and calculations, in particular the R2 regression analysis, underlying it. Mann refused to produce these documents. He was ordered to produce them by the court and given a deadline. He still refused to produce them, so the court dismissed his case."

"The logical inference is that the R2 regression analysis and other materials, if produced, would have supported Ball’s claim that the hockey stick was a deliberate fraud on Mann’s part."

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/08/michael-mann-refuses-to-produce-data-loses-case.php
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Out of smerits, sorry mate. Me gusta tambien el Twittery!


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like Jay needs a reason to look down on everyone else

I appreciate almost everyone here nearly equally, and unless I am having a BAD hair day, I ONLY look down upon bitcoin naysayers, altcoin pumpers, shills and trolls.    I even grant several opportunities to no coiners and fence sitters to redeem their selfies (especially if they are newbies)..... until they show themselves to be suspected of being of one or more of the other (look down upon) categories.

If you are not in one of those (look down upon) categories, or suspected of such, then you should have nuttin to fear (but fear itself).. and accordingly much better chances of me looking upwardly or sideways towards uie.   Wink

By the way, how's your purported "leading indicator" litecoin and ur butt buddy charlie lee doing in recent times, in order to make indirect maneuvers at attempting to increase your BTC stash?  Not so great, koreckt?  

That focus on shit, here in these here parts, could be punishment from dee gods of karma because you had been pumping litecoin (tail) purportedly leading dee dog (bitcoin) theories in this here thread in recent times.  AmInotrite?  

Dee gods of decorum and good interweb fewings gonna punish uie and udder wannabe shitcoin pumpers who bring their baggages to this thread and try to assert (or imply) that their nonsensical baggage is "related to bitcoin," and hardly got nuttin to do with this here boi.   Cheesy Cheesy  Cheesy
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I bought decent amount worth of bitcoin when it hits $8500 to $9000 in 2018 but after that it went to $3000 nearly which is the place most of the people lost their faith and sold their bitcoin for extreme losses.But you know I didn't do that mistake and now in profits Smiley
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