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September 06, 2019, 02:42:45 PM

Looks like a railway station? Or a mausoleum?

Not a station. The second guess is close. I've provided a few honest hints already... next, a few more pixels.
The stairs are several decades older than the floor tiles, which look very new. The stairs were not updated on purpose, so history is being commemorated or recognized?? 
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September 06, 2019, 02:44:01 PM
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Looks like a railway station? Or a mausoleum?

Not a station. The second guess is close. I've provided a few honest hints already... next, a few more pixels.
It must be a square/monument somewhere in Hong Kong.
I am depleting my real life to find it...
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September 06, 2019, 02:46:20 PM

The UK is special .what you going to do about it?


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September 06, 2019, 02:48:01 PM

Porsche type 597 Jagdwagen, mid 50s during Swedish tests. We decided not to buy.
But it would be a cool Porsche to own.




Why there are chains in the wheels?


I got half way up a mountain once and there was a sign that said "Chains are required from this point" with no exit or turnaround. I said well guess i'm breaking the law a again! Cheesy
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September 06, 2019, 02:52:22 PM

Looks like a railway station? Or a mausoleum?
Not a station. The second guess is close. I've provided a few honest hints already... next, a few more pixels.
The stairs are several decades older than the floor tiles, which look very new. The stairs were not updated on purpose, so history is being commemorated or recognized?? 

It must be a square/monument somewhere in Hong Kong.
I am depleting my real life to find it...

Good points, both of you. WOers are a smart bunch indeed! Fillippone in particular is almost right on target... (you'll tell me how you did it won't you?)

In fact it's a monument, and as you can now see, I doubt StreetView will help much.

Now for the promised pixels. I think the next taker will nail it.

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September 06, 2019, 02:54:46 PM

Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
The problem with that is that the government of Ireland cannot admit to its population that it cannot afford to take on the burden of Northern Ireland from the UK (although its currently in the best position it has even been to do so).   Northern Ireland costs the rest of the UK about £7bn a year. Even with the drop on value of GBP that is about EUR 7.7bn.  Irish GDP is EUR 340bn, and at the moment its basically spending neutral so does not have a budget deficit.  Uniting Ireland at the same level of support for the north as the British government supplies Northern Ireland, immediately gives Ireland a budget deficit of circa 2% (which is below the EU limit so that is ok)  and gives Dublin the security and sectarian headache that is Ulster.
Well, it is indeed the best time to run a referendum in the north and do this. It's just causing unnecessary bureaucracy and issues. UK is one of the worst shitholes that we have nowadays, the Irish would benefit from the change. Cheesy Such a move would cause minor market turmoil for sure.
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September 06, 2019, 02:55:02 PM
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Looks like a railway station? Or a mausoleum?
Not a station. The second guess is close. I've provided a few honest hints already... next, a few more pixels.
The stairs are several decades older than the floor tiles, which look very new. The stairs were not updated on purpose, so history is being commemorated or recognized?? 

It must be a square/monument somewhere in Hong Kong.
I am depleting my real life to find it...

Good points, both of you. WOers are a smart bunch indeed! Fillippone in particular is almost right on target... (you'll tell me how you did it won't you?)

In fact it's a monument, and as you can now see, I doubt StreetView will help much.

Now for the promised pixels. I think the next taker will nail it.



National Palace Museum Taiwan  Cool
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September 06, 2019, 02:59:07 PM

Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
The problem with that is that the government of Ireland cannot admit to its population that it cannot afford to take on the burden of Northern Ireland from the UK (although its currently in the best position it has even been to do so).   Northern Ireland costs the rest of the UK about £7bn a year. Even with the drop on value of GBP that is about EUR 7.7bn.  Irish GDP is EUR 340bn, and at the moment its basically spending neutral so does not have a budget deficit.  Uniting Ireland at the same level of support for the north as the British government supplies Northern Ireland, immediately gives Ireland a budget deficit of circa 2% (which is below the EU limit so that is ok)  and gives Dublin the security and sectarian headache that is Ulster.
Well, it is indeed the best time to run a referendum in the north and do this. It's just causing unnecessary bureaucracy and issues. UK is one of the worst shitholes that we have nowadays, the Irish would benefit from the change. Cheesy Such a move would cause minor market turmoil for sure.
Hmm the Irish economy consists of Guinness,lepricorns and terrorism. Good luck with that .
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September 06, 2019, 03:00:30 PM

Cmon d_eddie stop being silly, show us some clues.

Alright alright... sorry guys that's how the pic is  Tongue
There should be some useful visual info here.
Adding a clue: Eastern hemisphere.









Closest I can find, No more time to waste gotta check out. Smiley
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National Palace Museum Taiwan  Cool
Legends will legend.  Tongue

I'd like to know how you (and fillippone, who's got to have kicked the major assist) did it.
I'm always clueless with WOW games and always eager to learn a neat trick.


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Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
The problem with that is that the government of Ireland cannot admit to its population that it cannot afford to take on the burden of Northern Ireland from the UK (although its currently in the best position it has even been to do so).   Northern Ireland costs the rest of the UK about £7bn a year. Even with the drop on value of GBP that is about EUR 7.7bn.  Irish GDP is EUR 340bn, and at the moment its basically spending neutral so does not have a budget deficit.  Uniting Ireland at the same level of support for the north as the British government supplies Northern Ireland, immediately gives Ireland a budget deficit of circa 2% (which is below the EU limit so that is ok)  and gives Dublin the security and sectarian headache that is Ulster.
Well, it is indeed the best time to run a referendum in the north and do this. It's just causing unnecessary bureaucracy and issues. UK is one of the worst shitholes that we have nowadays, the Irish would benefit from the change. Cheesy Such a move would cause minor market turmoil for sure.
Hmm the Irish economy consists of Guinness,lepricorns and terrorism. Good luck with that .
And good luck to PM hodlers if leprechaun technology improves.
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September 06, 2019, 03:06:21 PM
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Good morning all.

Apologies for the lack of actual reporting..I have been in a somewhat of a creative dry spell lately...its best to just hunker down and wait these periods out so I have been told.

With that said, it seems its about time for a minor wall report.


Currently trading at $10.8k-ish on moderate volumes with a strong bullish pattern continuing to develop on the 4 hour chart. I guess that could be rephrased somewhat..  A bullish patter has developed and now we are completely broken out above it with nothing but clear skies ahead.. Confirmation will of course found in the the volume over the next couple of days..
September is showing stronger than expected gains with this pattern likely to continue for the next few weeks imho.

4h


On the daily chart we are seeing big rollers coming in sets and we seem to be riding this one upwards towards another crest.   #dyor
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September 06, 2019, 03:07:53 PM

National Palace Museum Taiwan  Cool
Legends will legend.  Tongue

I'd like to know how you (and fillippone, who's got to have kicked the major assist) did it.
I'm always clueless with WOW games and always eager to learn a neat trick.




Google image search FTW!  Cool
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September 06, 2019, 03:10:53 PM

National Palace Museum Taiwan  Cool
Legends will legend.  Tongue

I'd like to know how you (and fillippone, who's got to have kicked the major assist) did it.
I'm always clueless with WOW games and always eager to learn a neat trick.




Clue for me was "chinese not yet"
this called to HK or Taiwan.

So I checked various wikipedia articles like the following:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declared_monuments_of_Hong_Kong
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Monuments_and_memorials_in_Taiwan

Trign to find the floor pattern (or the yellow walls after) but I failed.
I knew saying HK would have been an assist for someone else on the race, but, who cares! We all won because we had fun!
Good work Wilhelm!




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Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
The problem with that is that the government of Ireland cannot admit to its population that it cannot afford to take on the burden of Northern Ireland from the UK (although its currently in the best position it has even been to do so).   Northern Ireland costs the rest of the UK about £7bn a year. Even with the drop on value of GBP that is about EUR 7.7bn.  Irish GDP is EUR 340bn, and at the moment its basically spending neutral so does not have a budget deficit.  Uniting Ireland at the same level of support for the north as the British government supplies Northern Ireland, immediately gives Ireland a budget deficit of circa 2% (which is below the EU limit so that is ok)  and gives Dublin the security and sectarian headache that is Ulster.
Well, it is indeed the best time to run a referendum in the north and do this. It's just causing unnecessary bureaucracy and issues. UK is one of the worst shitholes that we have nowadays, the Irish would benefit from the change. Cheesy Such a move would cause minor market turmoil for sure.
Name one of the best shitholes, and who the fuck is "we"?
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September 06, 2019, 03:16:22 PM

Good news for Dutch Bitcoiners when they want to cash out.

Currently you pay taxes when you have more than 30.000 Euro parked at the bank.

The goverment raised the limit to a whopping 440.000 Euro. If you have more you need to pay 0.09% interest rate.

Basically the first 440.000 Euro is for free from 2021 ore 2022.

The goverment will lower the limit when rates goes up again, this move will prevent savers losing more money.
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Google image search FTW!  Cool
Thank you for the merit if any was left  Kiss
Reverse search you mean?
Of course I kept the prize stash for the winner. You have been properly awarded.


National Palace Museum Taiwan  Cool
Legends will legend.  Tongue

I'd like to know how you (and fillippone, who's got to have kicked the major assist) did it.
I'm always clueless with WOW games and always eager to learn a neat trick.

Clue for me was "chinese not yet"
this called to HK or Taiwan.

So I checked various wikipedia articles like the following:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declared_monuments_of_Hong_Kong
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Monuments_and_memorials_in_Taiwan

Trign to find the floor pattern (or the yellow walls after) but I failed.
I knew saying HK would have been an assist for someone else on the race, but, who cares! We all won because we had fun!
Good work Wilhelm!

I received one extra in the meantime (thanks jojo and nutildah), so you got my last +1 for best runner up  Grin

Congratz sirz.
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Here's a simpler solution that includes both parties: Ireland leaves the shithole that is known as the UK.
The problem with that is that the government of Ireland cannot admit to its population that it cannot afford to take on the burden of Northern Ireland from the UK (although its currently in the best position it has even been to do so).   Northern Ireland costs the rest of the UK about £7bn a year. Even with the drop on value of GBP that is about EUR 7.7bn.  Irish GDP is EUR 340bn, and at the moment its basically spending neutral so does not have a budget deficit.  Uniting Ireland at the same level of support for the north as the British government supplies Northern Ireland, immediately gives Ireland a budget deficit of circa 2% (which is below the EU limit so that is ok)  and gives Dublin the security and sectarian headache that is Ulster.
Well, it is indeed the best time to run a referendum in the north and do this. It's just causing unnecessary bureaucracy and issues. UK is one of the worst shitholes that we have nowadays, the Irish would benefit from the change. Cheesy Such a move would cause minor market turmoil for sure.
Name one of the best shitholes, and who the fuck is "we"?
Indian Subcontinent.... India, Pakistan and Bangladesh  Grin
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September 06, 2019, 03:20:34 PM

Just now got around to playing that tab Mic brought in the other day with the Sikh MP throwing down in Question Time for the lady (she has kind of a thing for Sikhs).

Articulate motherfucker that one.
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Good to read and see some back of you (taking of or arriving)

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That was my homage picture. I'm back now. Just about caught up soonTM

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