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August 07, 2020, 11:30:12 PM
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Wifey drove home from work, but instead of joining her brother's birthday party, she got into a car accident.  Undecided
74yo lady in front of her missed her turn and hit the brakes, honey bunny managed to stop about a foot behind her. So far so good, but the two ladies behind crashed my babe's car into the 74yo granny's volkswagen caddy. Hospital, x-ray, CAT scan. No cracks or dislocations, luckily, but severe spinal trauma. Now she's in serious pain, the safety belt left an impressive mark on her chest. She's in home care since today, so i'll be occasionally reading WO in the next few days or weeks, depending on how things develop.

My heartfelt sympathy and wishes for a speedy recovery. Be thankful she had enough sense to wear a seat belt.

Glad she was wearing a seat belt, otherwise she might have a different face.  

No effing kidding. First time I had my life saved by a seat belt (concrete median of freeway after black ice skid) it felt like someone had hit me across the chest with a baseball bat. That was before airbags. I imagined what a dashboard to the face would have felt like.

The last time a seat belt saved my life was in a head-on collision (truck-on-truck) at highway speed. Took them 2 hours to pry me out of the wreckage with the jaws of life. Luckily, for the second hour I had an oxygen tube to suck on. I could barely breathe.

The seven ribs broken by the seat belt definitely saved my life. They also taught me how to ignore pain. What doesn't kill you most definitely makes you stronger, also makes you appreciate life and not be a pessimist loser.

When I see people refusing to wear face masks during a pandemic it reminds me of the retards who refuse to wear a seat belt. You know the type... when they see a cop they'll pull the belt down and stick it under their leg, refusing to click it shut. Nobody's telling them to wear a seat belt. They'll rationalize why they shouldn't wear one... it'll trap you in the vehicle, it'll destroy your immune system, you're more likely to be magically thrown free, breathing your breath back in will asphyxiate you, etc., etc.

Seat belts save lives. So do masks.
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August 08, 2020, 12:15:33 AM

Hi guys,


Drive carefully.

hey..what a bummer, hang in there    glad she is ok and i hope she feels better soon

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August 08, 2020, 01:05:30 AM

the evening wall report

the band, bartenders and ground crew of the tiki bar are now in open rebellion and refuse to put away the tiki torches ...i dont think there is much i can do at this point..  just dont look them in the eyes
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August 08, 2020, 03:52:45 AM

Hi guys,

Typcroni44n shows up again, surprise, surprise... Returning pretty often for not wanting to be part of our boy's club, eh?  Cheesy

Well, the universe seems to put me on some tests before it might finally collapse on the 17th.
Wifey drove home from work, but instead of joining her brother's birthday party, she got into a car accident.  Undecided
74yo lady in front of her missed her turn and hit the brakes, honey bunny managed to stop about a foot behind her. So far so good, but the two ladies behind crashed my babe's car into the 74yo granny's volkswagen caddy. Hospital, x-ray, CAT scan. No cracks or dislocations, luckily, but severe spinal trauma. Now she's in serious pain, the safety belt left an impressive mark on her chest. She's in home care since today, so i'll be occasionally reading WO in the next few days or weeks, depending on how things develop.

I hope we broke through the $14k when she's fine again and i'm back posting my usual nonsense.

Drive carefully.
So sad to hear, hope your wife heals quickly and you'll have the support you need.
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August 08, 2020, 04:00:47 AM

In the Dave Portnoy, Robinhood and "popcorn" crypto era some have experienced large moves (up ot down) in fortune that happen within a day or two.
as a result...see the following thread (love his nick!):

https://twitter.com/Fullbeerbottle/status/1291434209589047296

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Being a "millionaire" has lost all of its weight.

$10m is the new $1m.

Perhaps, we need a new measure for US $10mil.
What would be possible words to use to make it fun?

"unit", "handle", "biggie", "pile", "cred", "bigs"?
Post ideas just for fun if you inclined to do so.
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August 08, 2020, 04:25:38 AM
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In the Dave Portnoy, Robinhood and "popcorn" crypto era some have experienced large moves (up ot down) in fortune that happen within a day or two.
as a result...see the following thread (love his nick!):

https://twitter.com/Fullbeerbottle/status/1291434209589047296

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Being a "millionaire" has lost all of its weight.

$10m is the new $1m.

Perhaps, we need a new measure for US $10mil.
What would be possible words to use to make it fun?

"unit", "handle", "biggie", "pile", "cred", "bigs"?
Post ideas just for fun if you inclined to do so.

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August 08, 2020, 05:25:23 AM

Seat belts save lives. So do masks.

That's so lame Jimbo.
How can you even compare those two things?

I'll rephrase:
Show me how a mask saves lives. We know how belts do.
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August 08, 2020, 06:01:42 AM
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In the Dave Portnoy, Robinhood and "popcorn" crypto era some have experienced large moves (up ot down) in fortune that happen within a day or two.
as a result...see the following thread (love his nick!):

https://twitter.com/Fullbeerbottle/status/1291434209589047296

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Being a "millionaire" has lost all of its weight.

$10m is the new $1m.

Perhaps, we need a new measure for US $10mil.
What would be possible words to use to make it fun?

"unit", "handle", "biggie", "pile", "cred", "bigs"?
Post ideas just for fun if you inclined to do so.

perhaps we should call it a "bitcoin"
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August 08, 2020, 06:06:02 AM

and in further near-futurology

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August 08, 2020, 06:11:45 AM
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Seat belts save lives. So do masks.

That's so lame Jimbo.
How can you even compare those two things?

I'll rephrase:
Show me how a mask saves lives. We know how belts do.

I dunno maybe look at any doctor in the ER or at any person in a lab dealing with infectious diseases?
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August 08, 2020, 06:12:01 AM

In the Dave Portnoy, Robinhood and "popcorn" crypto era some have experienced large moves (up ot down) in fortune that happen within a day or two.
as a result...see the following thread (love his nick!):

https://twitter.com/Fullbeerbottle/status/1291434209589047296

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Being a "millionaire" has lost all of its weight.

$10m is the new $1m.

Perhaps, we need a new measure for US $10mil.
What would be possible words to use to make it fun?

"unit", "handle", "biggie", "pile", "cred", "bigs"?
Post ideas just for fun if you inclined to do so.

perhaps we should call it a "bitcoin"

maybe in 20 years?
used to be called a "score".
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August 08, 2020, 06:16:33 AM

bear  Roll Eyes
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August 08, 2020, 06:19:56 AM

In the Dave Portnoy, Robinhood and "popcorn" crypto era some have experienced large moves (up ot down) in fortune that happen within a day or two.
as a result...see the following thread (love his nick!):

https://twitter.com/Fullbeerbottle/status/1291434209589047296

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Being a "millionaire" has lost all of its weight.

$10m is the new $1m.

Perhaps, we need a new measure for US $10mil.
What would be possible words to use to make it fun?

"unit", "handle", "biggie", "pile", "cred", "bigs"?
Post ideas just for fun if you inclined to do so.

perhaps we should call it a "bitcoin"

maybe in 20 years?
used to be called a "score".

A stack?
I guess confusion could arise when 'stacking sats' though.
I also thought a bitcoin.
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August 08, 2020, 06:39:07 AM

Hi guys,

Typcroni44n shows up again, surprise, surprise... Returning pretty often for not wanting to be part of our boy's club, eh?  Cheesy

Well, the universe seems to put me on some tests before it might finally collapse on the 17th.
Wifey drove home from work, but instead of joining her brother's birthday party, she got into a car accident.  Undecided
74yo lady in front of her missed her turn and hit the brakes, honey bunny managed to stop about a foot behind her. So far so good, but the two ladies behind crashed my babe's car into the 74yo granny's volkswagen caddy. Hospital, x-ray, CAT scan. No cracks or dislocations, luckily, but severe spinal trauma. Now she's in serious pain, the safety belt left an impressive mark on her chest. She's in home care since today, so i'll be occasionally reading WO in the next few days or weeks, depending on how things develop.

I hope we broke through the $14k when she's fine again and i'm back posting my usual nonsense.

Drive carefully.
Sorry to hear that bro, wishing for speedy recovery to your better half.
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Anyone tried the new flavor?
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August 08, 2020, 08:02:59 AM

Seat belts save lives. So do masks.

That's so lame Jimbo.
How can you even compare those two things?

I'll rephrase:
Show me how a mask saves lives. We know how belts do.

I dunno maybe look at any doctor in the ER or at any person in a lab dealing with infectious diseases?

Right, thank you for making my point.
How does a doctor in the ER, compare to the rest of the world driving their cars daily?
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August 08, 2020, 08:13:30 AM

Resuming slow and steady rise after yesterday's profit taking...  Cool $12k this weekend?
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August 08, 2020, 08:45:58 AM
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https://twitter.com/mmcrypto/status/1291677282298298368?s=21

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Craziness of people be like when checking the prices of Gold/Silver/BTC

https://twitter.com/TheCryptoDog/status/1291410429311254535?s=20
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proof! ^^ Cool




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