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Question: Where will this rally top out?
Already topped <$7,000 - 14 (23.3%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 3 (5%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 7 (11.7%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 3 (5%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 5 (8.3%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 1 (1.7%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 0 (0%)
$10K+ - 27 (45%)
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December 20, 2019, 03:20:17 PM

Caught "The Rise of Skywalker" last night with Rick. It was like watching two and a half hours of shit being smeared all over my eyes.
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December 20, 2019, 03:26:53 PM

Caught "The Rise of Skywalker" last night with Rick. It was like watching two and a half hours of shit being smeared all over my eyes.

That's unfortunate. They were on a roll with Han: a Solo Story (or whatever) and the other two recent ones. I have to see it anyway: Bill Dee Williams.
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December 20, 2019, 03:34:44 PM

Caught "The Rise of Skywalker" last night with Rick. It was like watching two and a half hours of shit being smeared all over my eyes.

It was not the best, though I always enjoy them....

Babu Frik was a nice character Cheesy
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I hate to break it to you, Mic, but the first twitches seem to be heading down  Undecided
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I hate to break it to you, Mic, but the first twitches seem to be heading down  Undecided
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December 20, 2019, 03:54:13 PM

I hate to break it to you, Mic, but the first twitches seem to be heading down  Undecided


Short term up, down...whatever. We all know that take off is in about 18 months any way. Sit back & crack open a cold one.
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Guys, I need your coming up with a Christmas gift idea for my wife (that she didn't already instruct me to buy for her) and it can't be a hat!  Money is no object as long as it's under $100 - I need the cash for stackingsatsTM... okay I might be able to go as high as $110

Get her a green dildo

 If I could, I would give her and all of you people a big green dildo for Christmas!

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December 20, 2019, 05:06:08 PM

Caught "The Rise of Skywalker" last night with Rick. It was like watching two and a half hours of shit being smeared all over my eyes.

I get more excited watching The Mandalorian E7 tonight at home than The Rise of Skywalker in the cinema.
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December 20, 2019, 05:08:19 PM

Cool with the time traveling car
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December 20, 2019, 05:11:32 PM
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It looks like the Bargain Boyz may have to take a sabbatical for the next couple years.

Bargain Boyz can go get fucked, as far as I am concerned.. ..  maybe while on "sabbatical"?....  nice twist, hairy.  I mean infofront..... hahahahaha
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December 20, 2019, 05:35:36 PM

Hopefully less than that...

I really want to retire at the end of 2021.



I think that there is always some needs to be flexible..... but yeah, of course, getting moar "richie" sooner rather than later would be the preferred way forward.. even if it is difficult to rush these kinds of known unknowns that could get fucked up by the unknown unknowns.
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December 20, 2019, 05:45:44 PM

as long as youre in the area be sure to visit the local weed dispensaries; no formal classes on the various ways to enjoy the kind bud but very instructive conversations pop up all the time in them nonetheless.

bah

There are two kinds of weed; the kind that induces heart racing paranoia and the kind that locks you to the couch unable to move.

Both will make you forget where you put your keys.

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you left out the countless other attainable states.

and the keys.. the driver keeps track of those.

EDIT: oh duh coin keys you mean? that storage solution should of already been bulletproof to begin with and take into account what your states of mind may be at any point.
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December 20, 2019, 05:46:28 PM

Guys, I need your coming up with a Christmas gift idea for my wife (that she didn't already instruct me to buy for her) and it can't be a hat!  Money is no object as long as it's under $100 - I need the cash for stackingsatsTM... okay I might be able to go as high as $110

Get her a green dildo

 If I could, I would give her and all of you people a big green dildo for Christmas!


Surprise her with an informal dinner at home, start with good wine, good music and end with..., I don't know if Mrs. Xhomer likes champagne, you can try Veuve Clicquot, Bollinger or Moet & Chandon accompanied by truffles of chocolate.
Then you can go to sleep or wake up your imagination for the rest of the night. Wink

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Your imagination is already underway. Cheesy
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December 20, 2019, 05:53:06 PM

Guys, I need your coming up with a Christmas gift idea for my wife (that she didn't already instruct me to buy for her) and it can't be a hat!  Money is no object as long as it's under $100 - I need the cash for stackingsatsTM... okay I might be able to go as high as $110

Get her a green dildo

 If I could, I would give her and all of you people a big green dildo for Christmas!



Surprise her with an informal dinner at home, start with good wine, good music and end with..., I don't know if Mrs. Xhomer likes champagne, you can try Veuve Clicquot, Bollinger or Moet & Chandon accompanied by truffles of chocolate.
Then you can go to sleep or wake up your imagination for the rest of the night. Wink

 That sounds like a nice Christmas present for both of us Smiley



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December 20, 2019, 05:56:36 PM
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Surprise her with an informal dinner at home, start with good wine, good music and end with..., I don't know if Mrs. Xhomer likes champagne, you can try Veuve Clicquot, Bollinger or Moet & Chandon accompanied by truffles of chocolate.
Then you can go to sleep or wake up your imagination for the rest of the night. Wink

I would go the other way and recruit 5-7 criminals to stage a home invasion of unimaginable brutality. I would fight them off with great bravery, losing my shirt in the process rather like Captain Kirk.

I'd have to make sure they couldn't be seen high fiving me outside though.
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Your imagination is one step ahead of everyone, it is a bit exaggerated, but it can work. Cool
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Your imagination is one step ahead of everyone, it is a bit exaggerated, but it can work. Cool

Maybe aliens would be less frightening but look even more impressive. You could really blow her mind by beating them into submission and then forcing them to sign an intergalactic non aggression pact before sending them away with a flea in their ear. Who could resist someone who saved the entire solar system?
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December 20, 2019, 06:20:43 PM

https://www.coindesk.com/coinbase-ceo-armstrong-wins-patent-for-tech-allowing-users-to-email-bitcoin

Now when a no-coiner, tech illiterate friend tells you about "emailing bitcoins", you have to look down on your feet, clench your teeth and quietly and shamefully admit, that is indeed how it works. Grin

good morning WO

My gf’s Dad keeps thinking he has bitcoin’s because he keeps getting emails saying he has 100,000 in ‘his wallet’, fucking tard.

I am not sure if I understand what you are saying is going on with the e-mails of your gf's dad.

I do believe that this coinbase patenting thing is a BIG deal moreso because of the idea of patenting in practices in a space like bitcoin seems to be somewhat out of the spirit of bitcoin's open source developments - and I recall that Circle and even some other businesses had some past practices of sending bitcoins to nocoiners or precoiners that would allow those recipients to easily get into bitcoin by receiving the e-mail and then being able to claim them through the Circle account, if they chose to do so... I recall also that with Circle's system, the "sent bitcoins" were not truely considered to be sent unless the recipient on the other end opened the e-mail.  Once they opened the e-mail then Circle would not be able to reverse the transaction.. but if they did not open the e-mail the transaction could be reversed.

In any event, I am not really sure what differences, if any, the coinbase e-mailing patent ideas (technologies/practices) materially differ from what some of the others might have done in this regard, including Circle.

So, I guess what I am saying is that I am getting a bit of a different point out of this whole e-mail patenting announcement, which is more of a concerned about the possible privatization of aspects of bitcoin or even some litigation that could be presented.  I don't consider this kind of e-mailing of bitcoins to be any kind of BIG and meaningful deception deal in terms of all of the kinds of Dumb that exist in the world in terms of various mainstreamers or newbies figuring out the various different ways to hold or to manage their coins.. and surely if the amounts are small it is a less BIG deal, but surely if the amounts become large, then sometimes some of the dumb will be parted from their money, in part because of their level of dumb... survival of the fittest in that regard.   Wink 

I am not saying that I don't have any sympathy for dumb, but I am saying that sympathy should ONLY go so far when some people seem like they are looking to get scammed.... they are an accident waiting to happen.   look at one of our favorite "accidents waiting to happen", aka Roach - not that I am trying to give him more attention than he deserves, but he does frequently show us real world instances of what NOT to do.  Some people are able to learn from that, and others are not able to, so frequently with those "accident waiting to happen" kinds of folks, they are not likely to learn until they either experience the accident or something damned close... some of the dumb are really stubbornly dumb... and it seems like it should be difficult to feel sorry for that, even if we might not really get a lot of joy from the sufferings of others, but it seems a lot more tolerable to see such suffering when they are stubbornly dumb.
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December 20, 2019, 06:23:41 PM

My only thoughts is would you incrementally dump Tether for Bitcoin over the course of a month  Huh
Maybe this tells us more about the future of USDT, rather than the price of Bitcoin.

What does it tell us about the future of tether?
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