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January 06, 2020, 12:13:26 AM

look

the gloves are about to come off

you have been warned

wait, what?

not those surgical gloves doctors use to check *cough* "parts"?

methinks im putting off my checkup..

yes very feeble joke attempt.


Jesus guys, just use your bitpennies and get one of these:



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January 06, 2020, 12:21:24 AM

"Ancient technology" with 70% dominance? Roll Eyes Good goin', John!




Tech that still to this day works exactly as intended, is still gaining/building liquidity (which is an absolute MUST for future digital money), and 99.99% of the world's population has yet to discover/buy/use, but to him is somehow now "Ancient technology".

Yeah, whatever John. Talking his shitcoin book again I see.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

I agree with you about John being a waffler who lacks much if any credibility.

I frequently like to assert that we have less than 1% world adoption of bitcoin, so in that regard, I would not go as far as asserting that we ONLY have .01%.  That seems a bit on the low end.
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January 06, 2020, 12:30:08 AM

A model produced for nearly 20 years is not the best example in his favour.

Hah, I love this.
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That's not the problem, what's interesting is that the elected Iraqi assembly is passing resolutions to have the US leave and the US response is that the "people" don't want them to leave so they won't.
The situation I heard was for some reason the assembly is delayed or not currently in session to to change or make new laws currently.   So its a indicative vote and a change in law is likely forthcoming.
   It does echo wars in decades past where some couldn't believe we backed Iraq in its position even while Saddam was a ruler, but it was this fear that Iran would be an overriding influence on its neighbouring countries.    I've heard it said Iran has no ambition outside its borders but it seems likely they are much more then an influence but a provider for various insurgents.   Its hard to discern where the line is correctly but the old line of weapons of mass destruction appeared hyperbole at that moment.

BTC is right on the 50 day, confirming above 7500 bullish and losing 7256 gives us 6800 possibly and a retest below.
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"Ancient technology" with 70% dominance? Roll Eyes Good goin', John!




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Yeah, whatever John. Talking his shitcoin book again I see.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

I agree with you about John being a waffler who lacks much if any credibility.

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He's full of shit. I remember doge crashing right after he shilled it.



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January 06, 2020, 01:42:59 AM

Wait, John married a 40 year old South Florida hooker?

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Yeah, that's about right. More power to the guy!
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The situation I heard was for some reason the assembly is delayed or not currently in session to to change or make new laws currently.   So its a indicative vote and a change in law is likely forthcoming.

Looks like Trump is backing down on that one and replacing it with threats of massive economic sanctions on Iraq. Oddly enough I would not have an issue with that per se: People are free to vote as they wish, and people are free to conduct commerce as they wish. So things are getting back to the normal level of insane.

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January 06, 2020, 01:55:38 AM
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I agree.
The crux of the interweb's textual communication is the interpretation variance (error rate), which is about 80%, according to studies.
I don't have links to sources, sorry, but the result was so impressive to me, that it burned itself into my mind forever.
We will likely debate about things we didn't mean the way they were interpreted again, and again, and again...

Should not be a problem, unless either of us try to make it a problem.   Sometimes I cannot even remember with whom I said what, but sometimes certain user names will stand out, and maybe even some common theme and repeated discussion with the same person about the same topic within an updated context....

 Like you suggested there are a variety of ways to get disagreement, and sometimes tone is misunderstood and sometimes the back and forth could just devolve into differences in how things are said.....   

The main thing remains for each of us to choose when we want to engage or not to our own choosing, but then others can possibly profit from that engagement, too, since we are batting these ideas around in a public thread... and every once in a while there might be a bit of a devolution that can be taken to PMs... and I sometimes make those choices about certain topics, but I have had other members choose to contact me as well about somethings that sometimes I might have considered to be o.k. to keep in public, but I will tend to give at least some benefit of the doubt for members to have differing senses of discretion than me.. and even though sometimes it might not be guaranteed that a topic won't be said in public, but clearly there are some topics that are just not necessarily brought up in public... even though it sometimes happens... and, yeah there are some members who I would rather NOT deal with at all in any private conversation, but if they initiate a private conversation then sometimes there remains a decision about how much to get into anything in private or just moving the interaction back to public.

I guess that I am engaging in a long way of saying that it is probably much more acceptable to engage in a lot of repetition in a public thread than it would be in a private conversation... so for example if we were going on and on and on about a topic in a private written conversation, there may be more obligation to go back and read what had previously been said..whereas in public threads I would think of the exchanging of ideas as much less formal and therefore more socially acceptable to contain quite a bit of repetition... ... .. and maybe even a few flippant jokes thrown in there, in consideration of the audience....

It reminds me of a PM interaction that I had recently, and before I typed one of my messages, I was about to thrown in a joke that I would have done if the interaction had been done in a public thread, and after I thought about that joke for a while, I reconsidered my tone, and I decided to leave out the joke because it was a more formal interaction and there was NO audience to possibly appreciate the possible hilariousness (from my point of view) of the matter beyond the one recipient.


Hahahahaha

The germans have been under attack, recently....  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

By the way, the drone that recently killed that iranian general whose name i forgot, was launched from germany.
My mother language is german (sort of) but i'm not a german, not personally related to germany at all.

This might be one of those cases in which the joke should have been funny, whether you are german or not...... hahahahahaha

Roach might NOT appreciate such a joke, but I can hardly think of any member here who matters who gives two ratts' asses about how roach might feel about any possible topic.... unless we might be beating up upon him or making fun of him in some kind of important way, which seem to be fair topics... the more belittling the better.      Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 06, 2020, 01:56:47 AM

It is interesting what Antonopoulos affirms that the Bitcoin Inflation Rate will not affect the Dollar, the fiat currency may have other types of interest.


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“[…] from a monetary perspective, Bitcoin’s success is manifest destiny. It’s inevitable, it’s unstoppable, and more importantly, nothing else needs to happen, nothing else matters. All the matters are the soundness of the money, all the matters is the inflation rate.”

This January 3 gave a interview: Bitcoin inflection point, a multi-chain network, Decentraland / NFT


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$7500 immanent...Sweet Smiley
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January 06, 2020, 02:18:15 AM

AYH!

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YES! Stamp triggered my 7500 alarm. At fucking last....
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The wall at $8000 is as fake as CSW
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January 06, 2020, 02:47:56 AM

"Ancient technology" with 70% dominance? Roll Eyes Good goin', John!




Tech that still to this day works exactly as intended, is still gaining/building liquidity (which is an absolute MUST for future digital money), and 99.99% of the world's population has yet to discover/buy/use, but to him is somehow now "Ancient technology".

Yeah, whatever John. Talking his shitcoin book again I see.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

I agree with you about John being a waffler who lacks much if any credibility.

I frequently like to assert that we have less than 1% world adoption of bitcoin, so in that regard, I would not go as far as asserting that we ONLY have .01%.  That seems a bit on the low end.

Geniuses have always stood on top of other geniuses is what I think he means by "Ancient technology"
The world is moving much faster with a larger number of educated people and of course with the China develops that will compound imho! We are never going back to my Commodore 64 ..."ancient technology"!

With the misinformation and propaganda against Bitcoin we have a much lower adoption... of course until all the investment heavyweight buy all the cheap coins so they can sell them to the "homeless"
It's called the "feed the homeless program" which I coined years ago.

Let's be real...most "sane" investors will not buy Bitcoin until we reach the next ATH! Some of the smartest people I have ever known are just now seeing the light...
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"Ancient technology" with 70% dominance? Roll Eyes Good goin', John!



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Yeah, whatever John. Talking his shitcoin book again I see.  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes

I agree with you about John being a waffler who lacks much if any credibility.

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He's full of shit. I remember doge crashing right after he shilled it.



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Well, there went my attempt at being diplomatic, right down the drain.   Cry Cry

Vanished into thin air.   Embarrassed
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AYH

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looks like the shi'ite is hitting the proverbial mower blade ...

... i'm kind of ambivalent about nation state political/military leaders assassinating other nation state political/military leaders ... maybe with these hyper-surgical drone strikes they can just start 'terminating' each other (start with intelligence agency heads and the most war-like hawk generals first please) and then leave all the rest of us the fuck alone ... if they all chopped each others heads off then peaceful anarchy will be allowed to flourish without the psychopaths continuosly usurping authority and messing everything up for everyone else, that would be a perfect war, politicians, intel heads and generals die first, thnx.

tl;dr ...don't be afraid of the lawn mower blade, tallest poppies go first and the termites will be feasting on each other.
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looks like the shi'ite is hitting the proverbial mower blade ...

... i'm kind of ambivalent about nation state political/military leaders assassinating other nation state political/military leaders ... maybe with these hyper-surgical drone strikes they can just start 'terminating' each other (start with intelligence agency heads and the most war-like hawk generals first please) and then leave all the rest of us the fuck alone ... if they all chopped each others heads off then peaceful anarchy will be allowed to flourish without the psychopaths continuosly usurping authority and messing everything up for everyone else, that would be a perfect war, politicians, intel heads and generals die first, thnx.

tl;dr ...don't be afraid of the lawn mower blade, tallest poppies go first and the termites will be feasting on each other.

It's a hornets nest that just got poked! It almost feels like 9/11/2001 all over again but the opposite side...
Like 1914 before the arch duke was shot starting world war 1! A wildfire of unmanageable proportions!
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Nice Chart with predictions...

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🚀 Tim Draper was right in 2017.
🚀 See my own forecasts of 150k in 2022 and 750k in 2028.
🚀 The last two PlanB S2F predictions are off the chart.
🚀 Realistic 12k predictions of Song & Novogratz for the end of 2020.


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