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December 02, 2019, 11:11:37 PM

what in fuck is that jimbo thing
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Damn why did he already made one of V8 otherwise I would like to provide specifics for his card  Kiss
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December 02, 2019, 11:17:31 PM
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So here we have JimboToronto




Credit to Basorexia for making the card, I hope I could provide some subtile touches Grin

Not sure Jimbo will consider that sad picture/avatar does makes him justice... like at all. And, where is the bass?

The Bitcoin ATM is very appropiate though.
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December 02, 2019, 11:18:13 PM

what in fuck is that jimbo thing
edit oh hi comrade homer

Damn why did he already made one of V8 otherwise I would like to provide specifics for his card  Kiss
quel dommage Grin
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December 02, 2019, 11:38:27 PM

I'm sorry to use HairyMaclairy's phrase but I cant even...
That's not Jimbo.  No #$*% way.

The guy who came closest was Blind Mayor Bitcorn whom I met IRL.

Here's his take:



He got it right with the full beard, Santa suit, tankard (presumably emptied of Guinness Extra Stout) and other bottles, baseball cap (Toronto Blue Jays) and electric bass.

Remember when he was going through his statuette creation phase? I just had to save that one.

Haven't seen him in a coon's age. Hope he's OK. He occasionally drops by the WO to say hi but its been a while.

P.S. I seldom use ATMs anymore. I buy and sell almost exclusively OTC now at much lower (or no) fees.
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December 02, 2019, 11:41:07 PM
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The monthly update:



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Have a nice November, Gentlemen! Smiley
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Herr D sechs sechs sieben bitte melden!
Jawohl, am Apparat! Wink

Unfortunately a little bit late, kindly excuse the delay. Sad IRL stuff kept me busy.  Undecided

Just caught up with all the posts of you fine WO gentlemen and have nothing to add. It's bitter cold and everthing is going to plan. Not sure what to expect from the honey badger in December. As we saw he's always looking for an opportunity to break out... as long as he's not hibernating. According to the recent poll, most of us are Hodlers and the current price looks like an opportunity to buy, even if you are currently not doing any DCA.

Gentlemen, have a nice December, enjoy the time with your loved ones and stay warm! #nohomo
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December 03, 2019, 12:20:22 AM

Night WO-HODLers
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December 03, 2019, 12:33:17 AM

And, where is the bass?


this

no offense to the artist, but this one needs a little rework, surely there is an appropriate Mr. Natural out there.
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December 03, 2019, 12:37:38 AM

Well, wasps can bite and bees can sting, can't they? Enough reason to not welcome them to my garden I think. To be honest I have never been sting by a bee but.... I hate when one disturbs my peace of mind while I am sunbathing because I think/fear it could sting me. I don't even like flies nor mosquitoes even if those won't bite me.


Wasps are dangerous and need to die by fire, but bees don't want to sting you as it is their last defense and then they die from using the stinger. Don't bother them and you can walk right through them. I had one queen Bee sting me when i was young but I sat on it! Damn that hurt. Cheesy


If where you live supports bats then put up some bat houses and that will take care of the mosquito's. And making sure there is no standing water on your property keeps the mosquitoes and flys away as well.

Wasps more dangerous than bees? Why? I mean, I don't really know. To me both are just annoying when it comes to me trying to relax. No big deal though... But if I can have then away of my close proximity I am happier.

Avoiding standing water on my property is not possible as I have a big pool just side to the house... It doesn't seem to particularly attract mosquitoes (probably because I have it chlorinated and perfectly clean all year round). Also mosquitoes don't bite me (or if they do, which probably do, I don't get an itch nor notice anything).

I will consider the bats houses thing (will google about it) as I don't mind bats... But I don't think my GF will approve that. It already took me a lot of effort reasoning about the convenience of putting some geckos (which she strongly and irrationally fears/hates) "housing" on the outside. Maybe my dislike of wasps/bees is also irrational. Go figure. It's my garden though. Smiley

Wasp, bees, bio warfare.

Wasps are more aggressive (many wasps are predators, while bees are vegetarian). Wasp stings are generally more painful than bee stings.

However, bee stings are more likely to cause serious anaphylaxis and death in allergic individuals.

Geckos are moderately useful for keeping mosquitoes in check. Bats are better, but they prefer to feast on small flies (fruit flies etc), usually more numerous than mosquitoes. They are also a good indicator of clean air, since they can't survive in heavily polluted areas.

The best bio-weapon for mosquitoes are ladybirds (ladybugs) from what I've heard and read. They are relentless predators of anything that moves. They are already effective at the larval stage. Preferred food: aphids, but they do eat mosquitoes too.

The ideal solution would be some aquatic predator that could clear mosquitoes while they're aquatic larvae, but I don't know about any widely adopted specific solution. Frogs anyone?

The solution is called fish, mosquito larvae is a common fish food for fish tank fish.
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December 03, 2019, 12:44:33 AM

Buy the dip now!

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https://cointelegraph.com/news/3-key-metrics-suggest-bitcoin-price-has-completed-its-macro-bear-cycle?utm_source=Newsletter1&utm_medium=email
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December 03, 2019, 12:45:23 AM

what in fuck is that jimbo thing

A product of the times boomer.  Listened to lots of that high on something 70's music where every song was about drugs or terrible love songs with men putting women up on pedestals and worshipping them like some sort of donkey servants.  Like most old, white Marxists, probably went to a middle school and high school that was segregated and 100% white, and has never interacted with any type of minorities before besides a sexual tourism trip to Thailand.  At around age 90, will go to the mall and get randomly punched in the face by a feral, 18 year old nogger playing 'the knockout game' and fall on the ground and die in one hit.
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Got the artwork for my pin/cufflinks/etc based on XhomerX's design of my crest today.

I wanted it 15 mm high, but the smallest they could do was 19mm.
Some changes need to be done, the trigger must be attached to the crossbow and the scale is not perfect, and the frame should be protruding, not recessed.

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December 03, 2019, 02:09:30 AM

what in fuck is that jimbo thing

A product of the times boomer.  Listened to lots of that high on something 70's music where every song was about drugs or terrible love songs with men putting women up on pedestals and worshipping them like some sort of donkey servants.  Like most old, white Marxists, probably went to a middle school and high school that was segregated and 100% white, and has never interacted with any type of minorities before besides a sexual tourism trip to Thailand.  At around age 90, will go to the mall and get randomly punched in the face by a feral, 18 year old nogger playing 'the knockout game' and fall on the ground and die in one hit.

This must be your favourite ice cream.

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December 03, 2019, 02:10:47 AM

@Hueristic and d_eddie re: bees, wasps, etc....

It's funny how we deviated from potential RF hazards to this but thanks for the insightful tips to keep my garden "safe" Smiley

About the geckos it is just that they were already there, my GF is SPECIFICALLY "scared" of them and wanted them gone because of the "risk" they would enter inside the house to hibernate in winter. I used the argument that they feed on mosquitos and other insects (that she don't like either) to reach a reasonable agreement to put some "housing" for them to cover in the outside/porch so that they don't have any reason/need to enter the house. It seems to be working and she is getting used to seeing them around exterior lamps doing their thing... as long as none enter inside the house... or all hell would break loose.

Surprisingly I asked her about the bats and it seems she doesn't mind that much about them. So I will consider putting some "housing" for em in the garden. Or maybe not. Not sure I want my property full of bats... and it's just bees/wasps what I don't want around me and, for that, removing/replacing the plants they like to lick seems to be doing wonders.

#safegardentips #nobees #nowasps
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Got the artwork for my pin/cufflinks/etc based on XhomerX's design of my crest today.

I wanted it 15 mm high, but the smallest they could do was 19mm.
Some changes need to be done, the trigger must be attached to the crossbow and the scale is not perfect, and the frame should be protruding, not recessed.



SWEET!

how much are these trinkets going to run you?
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Got the artwork for my pin/cufflinks/etc based on XhomerX's design of my crest today.

I wanted it 15 mm high, but the smallest they could do was 19mm.
Some changes need to be done, the trigger must be attached to the crossbow and the scale is not perfect, and the frame should be protruding, not recessed.



 That looks very nice.  Can't wait to see some finished products Wink
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December 03, 2019, 03:02:51 AM

I'm sorry to use HairyMaclairy's phrase but I cant even...
That's not Jimbo.  No #$*% way.

The guy who came closest was Blind Mayor Bitcorn whom I met IRL.

Here's his take:



He got it right with the full beard, Santa suit, tankard (presumably emptied of Guinness Extra Stout) and other bottles, baseball cap (Toronto Blue Jays) and electric bass.

Remember when he was going through his statuette creation phase? I just had to save that one.

Haven't seen him in a coon's age. Hope he's OK. He occasionally drops by the WO to say hi but its been a while.

P.S. I seldom use ATMs anymore. I buy and sell almost exclusively OTC now at much lower (or no) fees.

well apparently your opsec was good with this. @$##$%#@ shift key just has shit the bed.





Until you posted that! Grin






@Hueristic and d_eddie re: bees, wasps, etc....

It's funny how we deviated from potential RF hazards to this but thanks for the insightful tips to keep my garden "safe" Smiley

About the geckos it is just that they were already there, my GF is SPECIFICALLY "scared" of them and wanted them gone because of the "risk" they would enter inside the house to hibernate in winter. I used the argument that they feed on mosquitos and other insects (that she don't like either) to reach a reasonable agreement to put some "housing" for them to cover in the outside/porch so that they don't have any reason/need to enter the house. It seems to be working and she is getting used to seeing them around exterior lamps doing their thing... as long as none enter inside the house... or all hell would break loose.

Surprisingly I asked her about the bats and it seems she doesn't mind that much about them. So I will consider putting some "housing" for em in the garden. Or maybe not. Not sure I want my property full of bats... and it's just bees/wasps what I don't want around me and, for that, removing/replacing the plants they like to lick seems to be doing wonders.

#safegardentips #nobees #nowasps



This is an enjoyable conversation while we go sideways! I'm also not interested in engaging trolls so I'll stay out of that hot mess of a discussion.

The bats only come out at night so you will only see them at dusk and they stay pretty high. once in a while you will see one swoop down and directly back up, i've never seen one go below like 20ft but I have no clue what types you have in your area. Someone mentioned fish for mosquito eggs but fish cannot survive in standing water and I believe that was the point we were musing on.

What type geckos do you have? From that link I found that if its the asian gecko they are attracted to light while other house species stay in dark areas.
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December 03, 2019, 03:37:19 AM

Bitcoin-Gold Correlation

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Bitcoin correlation with gold at its highest in history.

Fiat currencies are at risk of extreme dilution while backed by record indebted governments.

Now 45% cheaper than 5 months ago, a small position in $BTC is a call option on currency wars & inflation.


Source: https://twitter.com/TaviCosta/status/1201587231707807744
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December 03, 2019, 03:42:27 AM

Bitcoin correlation with gold at its highest in history.



Bitcoin and gold have 0 correlation.  The only correlation is Trump ordering the PPT to rig both to try and make the economy not look cataclysmic until re-election.  This is why I'm not holding my breath for a real metals rally anytime soon until post-election.
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December 03, 2019, 03:50:59 AM

Got the artwork for my pin/cufflinks/etc based on XhomerX's design of my crest today.

I wanted it 15 mm high, but the smallest they could do was 19mm.
Some changes need to be done, the trigger must be attached to the crossbow and the scale is not perfect, and the frame should be protruding, not recessed.



SWEET!

how much are these trinkets going to run you?

About 200 USD equivalent for 50 pieces.
The main cost is making the matrix, there isn't much difference in price if you buy one or fifty pieces.
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