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Thanks to Bitcoin I have been investigating some retirement options.  Not yet, but for the next bull. 

Now my ad feed is full of hearing aid ads.  

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I don't understand billionaires. Why work when you can retire with more money than you could ever spend? Next bull could make a lot more retirees.
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I don't understand billionaires. Why work when you can retire with more money than you could ever spend? Next bull could make a lot more retirees.

I retired at 16. I found school rather draining so have been unwinding ever since. In retrospect I'm amazed I stuck around that long. Who the fuck would put up with those hours let alone not get any money for it?
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Thanks to Bitcoin I have been investigating some retirement options.  Not yet, but for the next bull. 

Now my ad feed is full of hearing aid ads.  

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I don't understand billionaires. Why work when you can retire with more money than you could ever spend?
Next bull could make a lot more retirees.

At some stage I think greed takes over and it's about the thrill of the chase so to speak. I know myself however if I hit my target, I won't be working anymore
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A dark rainy night
I just shot my dear old cat
Tears rolling down my face

Sorry to hear that.
I had to put my 15 year old standard poodle down last week.
Most unpleasant.

Commiserations to both of you. What was it Arrie, a car accident?
15 is pretty good machasm for a big dog. so sorry.

So sorry to hear about your dog machasm.

A big thanks to all of you for the condolences, it's truly heartwarming.

To make a short story long.

16 years ago a small and hungry, but tame and human socialized cat appeared on my doorstep and wanted food.
I let him in and fed him, I would then let him sleep at my place when he was not out playing. This turned in to a ritual where he would go out in the morning when I woke up, and in the evening I would whistle and he would come home and eat/sleep.
One morning a female cat sat outside waiting for him, it turned out he had a girlfriend. The girlfriend was a bit afraid of humans, you could only get within about three meters before she started to retreat. I let her live in my garage. They were a true couple, something I have never seen in cats before. Every morning she would wait for him and they would go of and spend the day together, and part in the evening when he jumped in through my window.
One day, after about a year or so, the little male didn't come when I whistled, I don't know what happened to him but there are a lot of dangers for reckless cats in the country side, and he was a very reckless cat.

The female however stayed on and I would feed her in the garage daily. One cold winter day when I opened my window, she jumped up on the window sill, for some reason she had decided that I wasn't dangerous and decided to trust me, I let her in the warm house.
After about an hour or so she was again sitting on the window sill, meowing, asking to be let out. I let her out.
This too became a routine after a while, and after a couple of weeks I heard her meowe outside the window, and when I opened she introduced me to four black and white kittens, They had children.
She lived in my garage with her kittens during winter and spring, it was two females and two males, One cold day in February one of the males got run over by a car (I live just some 8-10 meters from a country road with 70km /h speed limit).

End of spring/early summer I persuaded a young woman who had and still have a horse in my neighbors stable to take two of the kittens, she took the two females.
By now she was used to be in my house, (the cat, not the woman) and one day I let the door stay open for a while, and she came walking in with the remaining kitten. After that moment they both lived in my house.
The remaining kitten was shy and a bit unused to humans, but as time went by he got used to me.
The female cat would go out in the morning and come back in the evening, just like her boyfriend before her.

She was a funny cat and liked to show of when I was outside with her. She would all of a sudden start climbing high trees and make long jumps and other stuff, sometimes she would give me dead mice, neatly placed in a row next to each other, she was a darling.
Unfortunately, after about a year, she too was run over.
Now only the kitten, who was now a cat teenager, remained.
I decided to keep him indoors, and he seemed just fine with that, he was lazy, overweight, a bit afraid of things and never showed any will to go outside.
The overweight started already when he was breastfeeding, long after the other kittens stopped feeding, he would remain sucking, and that was a pattern he kept up all his life.

14 years later I'm sitting upstairs by my computer reading the WO thread and I hear him making strange noises at the bottom of the stairs. I go and look and he is on his back kicking wildly, after a short while he calms down and lays still, breathing heavy. I pick him up and carry him in to my bed where he comes to and after a while hops down and carries on like nothing happened.
Some time before that he had started loosing weight, he would still eat, but he wasn't as eager as before.

I thought at first that he might have slipped and fallen down the stairs and hit his head, but two months later, when he was sleeping in my bedroom I'm awakened by the same noise, and there he is, having a seizure on the floor, it was short and he seemed alright afterwards. I thought that maybe it was just some residual damage from the slip in the stairs.
But as time went by, he would get a seizure about every month and the last month he started getting them every week, and then the last days daily, and that's when I realized that he probably had a brain tumor or something like that.
So I made arrangements, I loaded my Ruger 22 LR revolver, prepared a plastic box with a blanket and had my hearing protection near by.
By now, yesterday,  he had two seizures a day and I was sitting by the computer waiting for the next one (he was sleeping in my bed). Somewhere around two o clock in the night I hear the by now familiar sounds, I go in to the bedroom and holds him lightly while he kicks in the air, and when he stops kicking and starts going in to the unconscious faze that he has after the kicking and before waking up, I quickly put him in the box, carried him outside, put the gun to his head and fired twice.
He kicked wildly for a short while and then it was all over.
I took him in and cleaned him up a bit and let the other two cats sniff him and understand that he was gone.
Today I have put him in a new plastic box witch will be his coffin.

We never really bonded, that cat and I, he was more like a room mate, but nevertheless we liked each others company, and he liked to jump up onto my bed and be rubbed on the belly when it was time to go to sleep, when I turned out the lights he would go and sleep in a cat basket or by the very end of my bed.

And that is the story about the cat named Ponken (little boy). He had a good life.


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October 28, 2019, 12:57:03 AM

There is an un-neutered ginger tom that has been sleeping on our porch and eating here quite a bit for a few months.  We call him Bruce.  He doesn't know it yet but come Wednesday he gets his balls off and gets to come inside for the winter.

I was reluctant, it is a big change in a cat's life, but several weeks ago he got his ass kicked pretty bad one night, managed to keep both eyes but got an ear mangled pretty bad so I told the lady to make him an appointment.
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Just had a lovely walk and found these little buggers







Nice Grin

Morning WO's, up another couple hundred from last night.

I'm curious how you intend to prepare these? There's only a few things I've been too afraid to try, Fly ammonita, pantera's, and tree datura are the ones which still torment my curiosity.
Please let us know how it goes.  

A. muscaria and A. pantherina are similar. Pantherina is allegedly stronger. Both contain basically the same actives. By decarboxylating the acid into muscimol, a manageable entheogen can be obtained. Decarboxylation can be carried out by drying in open air or in a low heat oven (think merengue). The intoxication is totally unlike psylocibin, more like a drunken trance often accompanied by nausea or other discomfort. Doable with some care. If you give the mushroom a few quick boils, always discarding the water, you are left with a harmless edible mushroom. I have no idea how tasty it is, but if we're talking food, I'd choose A. caesarea any day - and cook it very lightly (sauteed in butter). Or eat it raw, as in a salad ;-)

On the other hand, daturas are downright nasty. Tree datura - you mean brugmansia? - is one of the quirkiest and least predictable. I see little recreational value in nightshades and relatives. They really are best left alone.
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Great story Arriemoller!
I have a 13 year old dog that I hope to tell the tale of here one day. (possibly before 100K Wink  )
I'd like to think that I'd be able to take mine with my Ruger .22 the same way but I'm certain other parts of the family would never allow that.
Good for you, full circle.
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Thoughts?

Not sure if 1D is a reliable timeframe. Plenty of room for up on weekly according to RSI.

Yes, but I can't make heads or tails of the current green dildo on weekly until the 28th. Only then will we see where we stand.


Yeah those are good thoughts, I like those thoughts. My thoughts exactly.

If BTC hits the $50k mark a lot of us would at least have a 'lame' shot at the above, for a date maybe. But for a 'Trophy Wife' I still think you'd have to hang in there

for $200K coin, for that level of vroom, vroom in a Trophy Wife. Of course, most of us here are old/over-weight/plain looking at best/techno-nerds. So the odds are

good that the 'strain' of any nocturnal activities with such, most of us would be dead within a week for most and a month for the rest. But then again, what a way to go!

Wife? Who needs a wife? Shackles aren't a requirement for nocturnal strain. Especially not if the wallet rings with the sound of tingling bitcoins at 200k.
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Thoughts?

Not sure if 1D is a reliable timeframe. Plenty of room for up on weekly according to RSI.

Yes, but I can't make heads or tails of the current green dildo on weekly until the 28th. Only then will we see where we stand.


Yeah those are good thoughts, I like those thoughts. My thoughts exactly.

If BTC hits the $50k mark a lot of us would at least have a 'lame' shot at the above, for a date maybe. But for a 'Trophy Wife' I still think you'd have to hang in there

for $200K coin, for that level of vroom, vroom in a Trophy Wife. Of course, most of us here are old/over-weight/plain looking at best/techno-nerds. So the odds are

good that the 'strain' of any nocturnal activities with such, most of us would be dead within a week for most and a month for the rest. But then again, what a way to go!

Wife? Who needs a wife? Shackles aren't a requirement for nocturnal strain. Especially not if the wallet rings with the sound of tingling bitcoins at 200k.

I'm weak-willed and would delude myself that she loved me, not my Bitcoin, being that I back in the day I believed in Bitcoin Beanie Baby Money in 2013, when everyone

else 'mocked me' Smiley Being naive worked damn well back then. Smiley

I'll see if I can go for a 2-fur and have lightning strike twice. Probably a moot question, wife or not, I/We'd be dead within the month on our nerd bodies strain of her

using me as a "Love Puppet" in our nocturnal activities. What the hell, let the 'Trophy Wife' get the BTC in that case,  she'd have earned it. Smiley (Be still my heart!)


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@yefi , first we need to break 8800/8900 , there are 3 resistance lines and then we have descending line higher around 9500.

RU kidding ?

Now that Mr Xi has said the "real" currency war is over crypto and not $USD, no amount of resistance is going to prevent a skyrocketing to the upside. Market just blasted through $8400 where it was trying to correct but didn't get a chance.

....look, just hit 8700. nearly at 9.

Problem is too much demand and not enough coins to satisfy that demand.
This is what spurred the 12% rise in price within 30 minutes of the the news China is leading the way to blockchain with it being shown on a national republic broadcast of a woman holding a book called mastering blockchain.
https://www.coindesk.com/president-xi-says-china-should-seize-opportunity-to-adopt-blockchain
https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-jumps-12-as-chinas-xi-embraces-blockchain-boosting-crypto-sentiment
https://blockmanity.com/news/bitcoin/mastering-bitcoin-presented-chinese-official-tv-channel-blockchain-path-towards-digitized-assets/
Blame it on China!
I think China has enough coins. They are mining all of it from owning 81% of all bitcoin pools.
Very fresh news...  Roll Eyes
The "news" about "Mastering Blockchain" is from october...        2018   Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes


All the links are recent from a few days ago. Yes mastering blockchain was from 2 years ago but the iron curtain known as China does not let their propaganda outside until years later.  Grin
So this is most recent to westerners like most here. Tongue
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Thoughts?

Not sure if 1D is a reliable timeframe. Plenty of room for up on weekly according to RSI.

Yes, but I can't make heads or tails of the current green dildo on weekly until the 28th. Only then will we see where we stand.


Yeah those are good thoughts, I like those thoughts. My thoughts exactly.

If BTC hits the $50k mark a lot of us would at least have a 'lame' shot at the above, for a date maybe. But for a 'Trophy Wife' I still think you'd have to hang in there

for $200K coin, for that level of vroom, vroom in a Trophy Wife. Of course, most of us here are old/over-weight/plain looking at best/techno-nerds. So the odds are

good that the 'strain' of any nocturnal activities with such, most of us would be dead within a week for most and a month for the rest. But then again, what a way to go!

Wife? Who needs a wife? Shackles aren't a requirement for nocturnal strain. Especially not if the wallet rings with the sound of tingling bitcoins at 200k.

I'm weak-willed and would delude myself that she loved me, not my Bitcoin, being that I back in the day I believed in Bitcoin Beanie Baby Money in 2013, when everyone

else 'mocked me' Smiley Being naive worked damn well back then. Smiley

I'll see if I can go for a 2-fur and have lightning strike twice. Probably a moot question, wife or not, I/We'd be dead within the month on our nerd bodies strain of her

using me as a "Love Puppet" in our nocturnal activities. What the hell, let the 'Trophy Wife' get the BTC in that case,  she'd have earned it. Smiley (Be still my heart!)




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A dark rainy night
I just shot my dear old cat
Tears rolling down my face

Sorry to hear that.
I had to put my 15 year old standard poodle down last week.
Most unpleasant.

Commiserations to both of you. What was it Arrie, a car accident?
15 is pretty good machasm for a big dog. so sorry.

So sorry to hear about your dog machasm.

A big thanks to all of you for the condolences, it's truly heartwarming.

To make a short story long.

16 years ago a small and hungry, but tame and human socialized cat appeared on my doorstep and wanted food.
I let him in and fed him, I would then let him sleep at my place when he was not out playing. This turned in to a ritual where he would go out in the morning when I woke up, and in the evening I would whistle and he would come home and eat/sleep.
One morning a female cat sat outside waiting for him, it turned out he had a girlfriend. The girlfriend was a bit afraid of humans, you could only get within about three meters before she started to retreat. I let her live in my garage. They were a true couple, something I have never seen in cats before. Every morning she would wait for him and they would go of and spend the day together, and part in the evening when he jumped in through my window.
One day, after about a year or so, the little male didn't come when I whistled, I don't know what happened to him but there are a lot of dangers for reckless cats in the country side, and he was a very reckless cat.

The female however stayed on and I would feed her in the garage daily. One cold winter day when I opened my window, she jumped up on the window sill, for some reason she had decided that I wasn't dangerous and decided to trust me, I let her in the warm house.
After about an hour or so she was again sitting on the window sill, meowing, asking to be let out. I let her out.
This too became a routine after a while, and after a couple of weeks I heard her meowe outside the window, and when I opened she introduced me to four black and white kittens, They had children.
She lived in my garage with her kittens during winter and spring, it was two females and two males, One cold day in February one of the males got run over by a car (I live just some 8-10 meters from a country road with 70km /h speed limit).

End of spring/early summer I persuaded a young woman who had and still have a horse in my neighbors stable to take two of the kittens, she took the two females.
By now she was used to be in my house, (the cat, not the woman) and one day I let the door stay open for a while, and she came walking in with the remaining kitten. After that moment they both lived in my house.
The remaining kitten was shy and a bit unused to humans, but as time went by he got used to me.
The female cat would go out in the morning and come back in the evening, just like her boyfriend before her.

She was a funny cat and liked to show of when I was outside with her. She would all of a sudden start climbing high trees and make long jumps and other stuff, sometimes she would give me dead mice, neatly placed in a row next to each other, she was a darling.
Unfortunately, after about a year, she too was run over.
Now only the kitten, who was now a cat teenager, remained.
I decided to keep him indoors, and he seemed just fine with that, he was lazy, overweight, a bit afraid of things and never showed any will to go outside.
The overweight started already when he was breastfeeding, long after the other kittens stopped feeding, he would remain sucking, and that was a pattern he kept up all his life.

14 years later I'm sitting upstairs by my computer reading the WO thread and I hear him making strange noises at the bottom of the stairs. I go and look and he is on his back kicking wildly, after a short while he calms down and lays still, breathing heavy. I pick him up and carry him in to my bed where he comes to and after a while hops down and carries on like nothing happened.
Some time before that he had started loosing weight, he would still eat, but he wasn't as eager as before.

I thought at first that he might have slipped and fallen down the stairs and hit his head, but two months later, when he was sleeping in my bedroom I'm awakened by the same noise, and there he is, having a seizure on the floor, it was short and he seemed alright afterwards. I thought that maybe it was just some residual damage from the slip in the stairs.
But as time went by, he would get a seizure about every month and the last month he started getting them every week, and then the last days daily, and that's when I realized that he probably had a brain tumor or something like that.
So I made arrangements, I loaded my Ruger 22 LR revolver, prepared a plastic box with a blanket and had my hearing protection near by.
By now, yesterday,  he had two seizures a day and I was sitting by the computer waiting for the next one (he was sleeping in my bed). Somewhere around two o clock in the night I hear the by now familiar sounds, I go in to the bedroom and holds him lightly while he kicks in the air, and when he stops kicking and starts going in to the unconscious faze that he has after the kicking and before waking up, I quickly put him in the box, carried him outside, put the gun to hos head and fired twice.
He kicked wildly for a short while and then it was all over.
I took him in and cleaned him up a bit and let the other two cats sniff him and understand that he was gone.
Today I have put him in a new plastic box witch will be his coffin.

We never really bonded, that cat and I, he was more like a room mate, but nevertheless we liked each others company, and he liked to jump up onto my bed and be rubbed on the belly when it was time to go to sleep, when I turned out the lights he would go and sleep in a cat basket or by the very end of my bed.

And that is the story about the cat named Ponken (little boy). He had a good life.



That was a very touching story Arrie, thanks for sharing.

I'm not into pets, never was, have always lived in a big city and believe it's no place for having a pet... But your story touched me and I can understand the emotional attachment between a pet and its owner. Ponken had a good life and you did the right thing, ending his misery and suffering.

Sometimes one can receive much more love and affection by a pet, than by a fellow human being, and that's very sad for humankind.
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October 28, 2019, 06:47:27 AM

Personalities are pretty set in stone, I suppose.

So you're saying we need to build a stablecoin on top of our personalities? Hm, interesting...

I tried to wrap my mind around how that would work... and it almost broke.

Brings this  to mind.....

"When the man marries the women, he thinks she will never change ....and she does.
When the women marries the man,  she thinks he will change... and he doesn't. "

Which begs the question: how is infofront's wife doing? Is she still subservient? (his word, not mine!)

I would think a year and a half in the states would be enough to make her spoiled. I know my girlfriend has developed something of an attitude after the same amount of time together, and we're still in the Philippines! At least she's still a good cook, when she does cook...

Hahahaha

All girls are like that.  They get attitudes after a while, especially after a couple of years in a relationship.
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Oh man, that movie was like, so fcuk... discusting  Grin Grin Grin

YOU SHUT YOUR GODDAMN MOUTH !

"Idiocracy" is the most important movie since "Blazing Saddles"



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Oh man, that movie was like, so fcuk... discusting  Grin Grin Grin

YOU SHUT YOUR GODDAMN MOUTH !

"Idiocracy" is the most important movie since "Blazing Saddles"

Mike Judge is a frickin genius. He was really on to something. I feel like I'm starting to already witness the onset of the Idiocracy within my lifetime.

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Nice read @Arriemoller, thanks for sharing.
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