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December 26, 2019, 10:41:19 PM
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"Boris Johnson’s post-Brexit ‘powerhouse economy’ to flourish for TEN YEARS – study finds"

Erm, you have to actually leave the EU first, conclude some actual trade deals and then you just might have a clue as to whether an entire nation has committed suicide or not.

If it were anyone other than a bunch of one catchphrase fuckwits in charge the chances might be better but anyone with any actual sense wants nothing to do with it.

One of them was talking up Northern Ireland's prospects after they backtracked on everything they claimed and it turns out there might be a border in the sea after all. They were saying NI will do great because it'll have frictionless trade with the EU.

That sounds like a fucking great deal. Maybe the rest of the UK would do jolly well with something like that too?

I'll take the well researched findings of a respected entity over the ill informed opinions of a man who lives in a bus stop, thank you.
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December 26, 2019, 10:43:28 PM
Last edit: December 26, 2019, 10:59:27 PM by gentlemand

I'll take the well researched findings of a respected entity over the ill informed opinions of a man who lives in a bus stop, thank you.

My bus stop is a carefully informed choice. You'll be in one next year. Mark my words.

Pretty much nothing has been settled about leaving yet. I don't see how anyone can declare anything.

It'll probably be fine in the end. It might have been considerably more fine remaining with the status quo. I'll be living in Svalbard by then anyway.
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December 26, 2019, 10:49:46 PM

.....innovate ...
You seem to confuse improvement with innovation.
The AC induction motor as used in pre model 3 is technology dating back to 1887 and was invented by Nikola Tesla
As it is extremely inefficient to take DC power source (battery) run it through a inverter to power AC motor, from model 3 onward the older tech DC motor is used.
Half a mile queue and hours of waiting to get free spot and then hours of charging   https://youtu.be/UqEwLle8xKU

As for the electric car, in crypto term you would call it an "altcoin"


Using this mentality, we could go much further back, to the ancient Greek philosophers and mathematicians... So everyone that followed was/is just "improving" over their theories... Does this sound fair to you?

Both Tesla and Musk can be called innovators. In their own fields and epochs. Putting a theory to good practice isn't a mere "improvement".
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December 26, 2019, 10:53:45 PM

Merry christmas friends, i hope everyone has good holidays Smiley
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December 26, 2019, 10:53:47 PM

I don't know about the findings, but the article you linked to reads like a ridiculous ad for some quackery like radioactive cream or some shit like that.

What is a "lucrative trade deal" exactly ? What will the UK sell in much greater numbers after Brexit than now ? Will it really make sense to buy US food instead of EU food ?

I accept that so far Brexit hasn't been catastrophic, now let's wait till it really happens (end of 2020 is the current deadline, I'm not convinced it will stay that).
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December 26, 2019, 10:57:22 PM
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What is a "lucrative trade deal" exactly ? What will the UK sell in much greater numbers after Brexit than now ? Will it really make sense to buy US food instead of EU food ?

I accept that so far Brexit hasn't been catastrophic, now let's wait till it really happens (end of 2020 is the current deadline, I'm not convinced it will stay that).

Brexit hasn't happened in any capacity at all.

It's true that a surprisingly small amount of UK trade is with America. But America is no one's friend and they won't think twice about raping us and our current politicians will encourage them to do so. The closer we are with America the harder EU trade will be. Last time I looked Europe's a teensy bit closer and shares similar values, or we used to.
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December 26, 2019, 11:00:09 PM

Aside from that, I'm looking to cash out some coin. I'd like to use a card to pay for stuff, I can also do with amazon gift cards. Can you recommend reliable services with reasonable fees ? I'm not looking for the most secretive service although that's always good, I'm not going to spend a lot, a few hundreds euros a month at most.

Yes, I need euros.
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December 26, 2019, 11:03:08 PM

Aside from that, I'm looking to cash out some coin. I'd like to use a card to pay for stuff, I can also do with amazon gift cards. Can you recommend reliable services with reasonable fees ? I'm not looking for the most secretive service although that's always good, I'm not going to spend a lot, a few hundreds euros a month at most.

Yes, I need euros.

I use giftoff.com for Amazon cards but that will depend on what country you're in. They seem to do it for most EU Amazons but not the UK any more which is a pisser. Bitrefill charges a premium on them. Giftoff don't.

For cards you've got Wirex or Coinbase. I don't really trust Wirex so Coinbase will do. Both have high fees at about 2-2.5% though.
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December 26, 2019, 11:15:11 PM

Now watching "The Mandela Effect". In it, there's a clip with Elon Musk talking about simulated realities. Less than a minute after, a guy does a Google search and a "Should we be Banking on Bitcoin?" banner appears...

See, everything's connected! Enter The Matrix!
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December 26, 2019, 11:23:28 PM

My friend is looking for a funny video/meme, its a black guy dancing while he enters a store/bar . He has dreadlocks, a hat and does some very funny moves. Im sure if you have seen it, the description matches.

Someone can help me out??

No one ??  Undecided
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December 26, 2019, 11:25:46 PM

No one ??  Undecided

I'm willing to recreate it if you send me a costume.
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December 26, 2019, 11:32:15 PM
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No one ??  Undecided

I'm willing to recreate it if you send me a costume.

I don’t like to use a third party......
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December 27, 2019, 12:05:30 AM

filbfilb sees around 10K soonish...

https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/12/26/analysis-which-called-bitcoins-drop-6000s-40-rally-ahead/
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December 27, 2019, 12:25:38 AM


I see 7197 right now  Tongue
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December 27, 2019, 12:54:10 AM


...and how is your current observation any different from someone else?
LOL
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December 27, 2019, 02:25:10 AM

I don't really trust Wirex so Coinbase will do. Both have high fees at about 2-2.5% though.

I don't know about your neck of the woods, but here in the USA, pro.coinbase.com doesn't charge anything for withdrawals direct to bank account. Of course, converting from crypto to fiat will cost you a fraction of a percent.
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December 27, 2019, 02:26:58 AM

Aside from that, I'm looking to cash out some coin. I'd like to use a card to pay for stuff, I can also do with amazon gift cards. Can you recommend reliable services with reasonable fees ? I'm not looking for the most secretive service although that's always good, I'm not going to spend a lot, a few hundreds euros a month at most.

Yes, I need euros.

I use giftoff.com for Amazon cards but that will depend on what country you're in. They seem to do it for most EU Amazons but not the UK any more which is a pisser. Bitrefill charges a premium on them. Giftoff don't.

For cards you've got Wirex or Coinbase. I don't really trust Wirex so Coinbase will do. Both have high fees at about 2-2.5% though.

Thanks, I'll look into it. 2,5% is OK, but there are services with 8%, 10%, 15% fees, crazy !

Neteller seemed interesting but apparently there are too many caveats.
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But if it is settled in physical btc, the manipulation can only go on until payment's due.

They roll over the paper in house.

There's been tons of stuff written on it and actually that deleted vid by that stoner dude did a good job of explaining it if you google the words he used.

the chimp getting deplatformed is a really bad sign

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I've seen the chimp before he was floored and doored. He was referenced here. (Was it you jojo?)

Too bad I can't recall specific words to search by.  I wasn't actually paying too much attention. Vague recollection: a mechanism with many "arms" (but still needing a base in the corn). The explanation was technical but scattered.  Didn't sound impossible at all.

IOW - What's this roll over paper in the house business about? How does it work ELI12?
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December 27, 2019, 03:02:51 AM
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Hi guys. I hope you all had Merry Christmases! I've been in the Philippines for a little over week, and have not been on here in while.
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One that got away (Christmas in the Philippines): next time, whose parents?
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