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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
October - 19 (26.8%)
November - 11 (15.5%)
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2022 - 11 (15.5%)
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January 07, 2020, 04:01:14 PM
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Westerns are shocked because it is cultural to have dogs, but really some pigs can be smarter than dogs (pigs are a very smart animal), yes most dog lovers will eat pigs.

I always thought the fact that we think it is ok to eat an animal as long as he is dumb, but not ok to eat a "smart" animal was very arbitrary and cruel.

You're right in that ultimately it is an arbitrary distinction. However, dogs are bred to be pets, whereas pigs and cows are bred to be meat. That's why there's hundreds of different variations of dogs and basically all pigs look the same. (Besides pot bellied pigs, remember them? They are cute.)

I hope in 20 or 30 years from now most people in Western civilized countries will no longer eat any meat. I am optimistic for that, mentalities are now slowly changing.

Yeah but bacon tastes good, pork chops taste good.



In addition, I think there's just too much proper protein in meat for it to be discarded completely. Can you imagine men who work manly jobs having to subsist on vegetarian diets? They can't. Lumberjacks, construction workers, carpenters, NFL & Rugby players, World's Strongest Man contenders... all eating beans and salad? I don't think so.

Office workers and Cricket players, on the other hand, sure why not.
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January 07, 2020, 04:22:06 PM

Fish is meat too. It is probably not healthy to consume for long because of the heavey metals \m/ though. Eating red meat is not completely healthy too the doctors say so fuck it. I'll eat both.

I never liked the Asian stuff. If a person has no problems with eating dogs or other weird stuff, I can't easily eat whatever he cooks because I'll always have my doubts. (what if he did some weird shit to my meal)
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Food poisoning sucks, Vietnamese seafood is to be avoided for the foreseeable future.  Angry
What a pity about your meal  Shocked Where did you eat it? I have lived in Vietnam in recent years, their cuisine is really interesting  Roll Eyes I even love their PHO - they write PHỞ in Vietnamese. It was really really delicious, have you eaten it? I have never had food poisoning since living there until now
Seeing chopped up dog corpses for sale on tables here is pretty freaky for a Westerner like me.  Like, dogs cut in half or decapitated.  There's a dog meat (thịt chó) restaurant not far from where I'm staying.  Haven't tried it.
Obviously I'm in the north.
Oh yeah, I tried the foetal-chick-in-an-egg once.
I think my favorite is bún chả.  The basket of aromatic greens on the side is fkn great.
As someone who has lived and worked in Vietnam for a long time, I am excited to read your comments about Vietnamese cuisine. Even though you guys are talking about bad food  Roll Eyes
As for dog meat, especially in the north, they regarded it as a specialty, it was truly disgusting  Lips sealed, but it became a cultural feature of the northern people. Many have condemned, but you cannot resist culture.
Many Vietnamese people love dogs, you know, but others consider it a dish. Here, they have dog thieves, who always catch other people's dogs for food, it becomes a business that the state cannot handle  Roll Eyes.
As for the balut, I tried it, it's not too bad even though you will feel nauseous if you see the chick there. Just eat and don't think about the chicken  Grin
How can you write "bún chả"  Shocked I was really surprised that a visitor like you could write it  Shocked

My dog along with many others went missing on independence day in April last year, went to all the restaurants, never saw him again.  Angry  Still love the freedom this country affords expats although some things are seriously disturbing seen through a westerners lens.

Condolences to you, I think it was stolen  Undecided

Currently, more than half a month will go to their biggest festival, Tet. Do you have any travel plans here? I can recommend some delicious food that you can try, of course it is hygienic

Unlike you, the longer I live here, the more I like this country  Cheesy
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January 07, 2020, 04:26:22 PM
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I long for a world where people don't tell me what I must eat
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January 07, 2020, 04:30:09 PM
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Observing some profit taking. No idea what the corn is going to do today, but illness-brutalized gut-bacteria tells me more sideways consolidation today.

Reminder to self: Eat some yogurt today.

HODL.

OT/
I'm currently getting over pneumonia so I know how you feel...bed rest
My brother in law is a Doctor and he told me about bone broth and it is great for a healthy gut! It makes for a great comfort food as well. Bake the bones first so it releases the marro and boil them for 12 hours in a crockpot.
No joke... real deal!
Feel better
Ps sorry bitpsycho lol didn't see your post
Disclaimer : btc 23000k$ by April 2020
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January 07, 2020, 04:33:47 PM
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For old news it's amazing how Gox just keeps on giving. It says here everyone's friend Mark's story convinced Carlo Ghosn to chip - https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/article/flight-or-fight-why-carlos-ghosn-decided-on-both/
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January 07, 2020, 04:38:22 PM

$9000 BTC incoming.

Vegeta live??

Paashaas where you at with the game??

Getting sick and tired of Vegeta i don't want to see his face anymore.
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What’s that?

100k soon, I agree.
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January 07, 2020, 05:02:24 PM

For old news it's amazing how Gox just keeps on giving. It says here everyone's friend Mark's story convinced Carlo Ghosn to chip - https://www.asiatimes.com/2020/01/article/flight-or-fight-why-carlos-ghosn-decided-on-both/

fascinating, what a shithole
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January 07, 2020, 05:19:28 PM
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Got this in the mail this morning, guess there will be events to unfold in the next days and we will find out how much of the much bespoken safe haven BTC is really during crisis time.

https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/aa20-006a

(However this might be also an excuse to blame the Iranians for any piece of IT equipment falling over int the next days - that could come handy if office361 goes titsup once more)
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January 07, 2020, 05:27:58 PM

Do we choose fuckery or verlakkerij?
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January 07, 2020, 05:30:27 PM

BTI is leading the way for bitcoin!! :-D weeeeee
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January 07, 2020, 05:37:45 PM

It seems like the gann theory works. Buying between 15th and 20th was a good thing to do. What do you think now about the gann theory?

I think that gann theory = retarded theory.


ok thank you for your opinion? Can you explain why is something retarded if it works? Or you're just salty that it worked? Hehe

I already explained myself, and bitcoin does not fall into some kind of generic simplified numerological pattern... except maybe a combination of: 1) the stock to flow model, 2) four-year fractal, 3) s-curve exponential growth based on networking effects based on metcalfe's law, 4) sound money disinclineations to spend based on gresham's law, 5) momentum holding and creation based on Lindy effect, 6) free will human attempts to manipulate the models in ways to attempt to break them and 7) other variable ways not already mentioned or discussed...

In other words, TLDR fuck gann's largely non-applicable mathematical predetermination sorcery attempts.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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January 07, 2020, 05:44:38 PM

BTI is leading the way for bitcoin!! :-D weeeeee

Fuck off
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My native language is Spanish, although I understand some English.


No problem, we have a very high respected-established member in the WO.... VB1001, probably some more but from him I’m sure ...

Also to many Dutch people Tongue

Game closes Friday, so still possible...

micgoossens, exaggerates Kiss #nohomo

Welcome, FullNode, there are several WO members who understand Spanish, but here only english is used, you will not have problems with this.

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LIST CLOSES 10 JANUARY AT 12.00 CET

micgoossens tells you that Game closes Friday, so still possible...,, this depends on your activity and the merits you get.

Code:
Rank Required activity Required merit
Brand new 0 0
Newbie 1 0
Jr Member        30 1
Member        60        10
Full Member       120       100
Sr. Member       240       250
Hero Member       480               500
Legendary    Random in the range 775-1030    1000

Read these links for the activity and the merits:

Merit & new rank requirements
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2818350.0

FAQ: Everything you need to know about forum 'activity, account ranks and merit
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I see most avatars with a hat, any special reason?
To be part of the thread is a hat necessary?

Now the Hats, xhomerx10 is the one who designs the hats from an image, the story is long, it is better that you discover it for yourself,
we have made a compilation from the beginning and everything is published here:

www.wohats.com

This thread is a bit special I advise you to read many previous pages so that you understand the mechanics of the thread,
If you have any questions, WO always answers... Cheesy

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......Further, like you suggested, we have experienced a few of these BTC upsurge movements, but they ended up correcting decent amounts, even if it took longer to correct than it had to go up, so in that regard, it can be difficult for buy pressure (support) to keep up if the price is just NOT ready for the Upwards movement and to establish a new station.  Personally, it would be nice to see $10k resistance to get challenged and then if necessary to settle back down into the $8,500 to $9,500 range for a few months that might end up dragging out to the halvening, or so.  ....

Yes. I merely reiterate what I have always said:   To be on course for an ATH in the next 2 years, the price needs to creep slowly upwards: small rises, small corrections, almost boringly slow.

The big pumps that end in a spike are nearly always very bad news indeed.

Surely, you must be a half glass full party poop.

I love my lil selfie a bit of an outrageous and beyond reasonings bitcoin pumpening.... especially the surprise ones that fuck the bears and fuck the fence sitters or the waiting for lower BTC prices dumbasses.

Bitcoin pumpenings seem to teach them lessons and to show the strength of the underlying bitcoin including the fact that it can be pumped with such intensity to cause some fucks to get left behind.

Of course, it also fucks people who try to play the ups and downs and don't largely have a practice/strategy of BTC HODL.....

In any event, these outrageous price moves in bitcoin are nearly inevitable and show signs of BTC strength while at the same time allowing some rich fucks to make a lot of money on purposeful manipulation of a relatively less liquid market... and teaches newbie traders to largely get off of trading and to factor in bitcoin upward pumpening potential into any trading strategy that they might attempt in bitcoinlandia.

I immediately saw that in the move to 13500 back 6 months ago. It was obvious that that one derailed the whole bull run.

I don't see it like that.  Of course, it was outrageous....

And of course, once it happened then there was going to become a lot of incentive to widdle away at the extra value contained therein....   but I still doubt that it took us out of the bullmarket but instead showed the beginning of the bull market and showed that the $3,122 bottom was in (not with 100% certainty, but a pretty decent sign).... Yeah, we have not really been able to know exactly how much BTC prices are going to retrace back down to $3,122, but we still have not gotten below $6,424... so perhaps, we are getting decent signs that $6,424 is the new local bottom... of course, not 100%, but nothing is 100%, especially in bitcoinlandia....

TLDR... don't mind myself a little BTC pump.. in the morning, in the evening, in the afternoon, or some combination thereof.


Oh, another thing, Majormax, we already know statistically speaking, that there are only a few days out of the year that any HODLer needs to be in bitcoin in order to have a fucking outrageously profitable portfolio.. and we can go back years and years and years, and you better fucking be in bitcoin on the vast majority of those days in order to have a profitable BTC portfolio, and that teaches me, and likely other inclined to HODL BTC peeps to error on the side of holding rather than fucking around with dollars or other coins or other nonsense trying to time exactly what days to be in and out...  ... so I suppose in that sense I appreciate the punishment of NON-HODLers.. with some of this difficult to anticipate outrageousness, especially when it is to the BTC prices moving to the upside.

The second one to 10500 just made matters worse. I observe this natural pattern in many markets.



I don't know if it is a natural pattern, but it is a pattern of a market that can be manipulated in the short term and also a pattern in which the manipulators cannot really shake the UP fundamentals....

Go BTC go, and let a few newbies suffer along the way, especially if they value their wealth in dollars rather than bitcoin, then they are more likely to get screwed and to be out at the wrong times.

If you want a sustainable run to ATH, then hope for a tight range in the next 6 months, and a disappointingly slow boost from the halving. 10k at year end will be fine. Sorry for being the bearer of boring news, but that's life. Rejoice in the small stuff.

You know better than that, Majormax.

Bitcoin NO work like dat!!!!!

We are not going to get stable anything.

Amongst the most unlikely of situations is to have bitcoin stable growth, so why should we be wishing for something that has about a snowball's chance in hell to be happening.

It is not that you are a bear, you are just fucking pie in the sky unrealistic if you are expecting bitcoin to transition into "stability" anytime before surpassing gold's market cap... which is still another 50x or so away from our current price....   Get a grip, Majormax!!!!  Get a grip!!!!    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy  In other words, likely bitcoin has to gain another 50x before we can even be attempting to hope for more price stability, and even then, it might still be too immature and lacking in liquidity to really and meaningfully expect BTC slow and steady price stability, like you seem to be ascribing to this nearly untamable beast....
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Regarding my walls of text, I agree.  Sometimes it is better to just skip them or skim them.... depending on your mood and level of patience.

i just HAD to quote this for posterity.

You fuck!!!!!!!  (no homo)

I was hoping that no one would see it... and now you are drawing attention to it, and allowing options not to read.    Angry Angry Angry
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 How can Bitcoin even be stable before all coins were mined?
Even then, consider all the "lost" corn driving deflation.
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