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Question: Highest price we'll see in 2022:
50,000 - 9 (13.2%)
60,000 - 3 (4.4%)
70,000 - 4 (5.9%)
80,000 - 6 (8.8%)
90,000 - 3 (4.4%)
100,000 - 4 (5.9%)
125,000 - 12 (17.6%)
150,000 - 5 (7.4%)
175,000 - 2 (2.9%)
200,000 - 2 (2.9%)
225,000 - 5 (7.4%)
250,000 - 4 (5.9%)
275,000 - 1 (1.5%)
300,000 - 0 (0%)
>300,000 - 8 (11.8%)
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We had classroom contests to complete the worksheet fastest. The speed of my handwriting was the limiting factor in how fast I could complete it.

Ever do that one where the first instruction is to read all the questions and the last question is to ignore all those other questions, write your name on the sheet and then do nothing else? I made myself look like a high-speed jackass on that one. No regrets though Cheesy

Oh yes, I did that too.
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October 18, 2021, 01:38:42 AM

Price going up yo
and me going to bed yo
See you tomorryo
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Common core math..

I think it’s rediculous how they try to teach solving math like that in the first place, but when I look at common core teachings it is like the processes I use to do math in my head..

132X50?

(132/2)100=66x100=6600 <in my head

Does that make sense?



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So a little background, in Kindergarten (5 yrs old) I was diagnosed as LD and my parents were told I'd likely never really succeed in school. But then in 1st grade my teacher recognized that I was dyslexic and systematic but with very low retention outside of the systems. She really struck a chord with me as I remember her telling my parents "They've diagnosed him with a learning disability & that is absolutely incorrect! They've got the right abbreviations but the wrong words. He has a learning Difference bit certainly no disability!"
So I was taught to view everything forward, backwards, and upside down all at once to determine which orientation logically fits. So when I was taught "multiplication tables" I quickly realized I can't memorize shit! BUT if multiplication is just a shortcut for adding, it's no problem! 1 times anything is itself, 2 times anything is just doubled, decimal points are completely movable within a calculation as long as you move it back when you're done,  so 5 times anything is just half with a decimal shift, and 10 times anything is just a decimal shift. From there it's just simple addition. 6x7 is just half of 7 plus 7, so 35 + 7 = 42. And since subtraction is just addituon undone, 4 x 12 is 60 - 12 = 48 Then there's division which is multiplication undone, so the cubed root of 27 is 3. Memorization is nothing but a temporal cheat sheet of the answers, you don't truly understand until you know the system by which to derive those answers.
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Ok..

So it seems that those who are bitcoiners are widely of the subset that also like numbers..
Quite interesting..

For me, I have always loved watching exchange order books changin..
Never really traded off the charts, always traded off the books..

People always thought i was nuts just staring at pages of numbers all the time..
Recognizing patterns..


We may be discovering something about "what makes a bitcoiner" here..


Observing nice price also..
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October 18, 2021, 03:14:11 AM

Back in the day there were no calculators so multiplication tables were supposed to be memorized from 1 x 1 up to 12 x 12

a grid that was 12 by 12.

We had classroom contests to complete the worksheet fastest. The speed of my handwriting was the limiting factor in how fast I could complete it.

I haven't written much since computer printers got affordable. My handwriting is almost illegible now as I'm out of practice.
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October 18, 2021, 03:14:29 AM

Weekly candle closed well over $60k just now right?

Face melt time?
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October 18, 2021, 04:31:05 AM


Oh gawd... you are amazing.. if you do not say so ur lil selfie.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I know u guys love bitcoin. But it's flawed. U can't love math, it's just math. It's like loving a rock. Or those rock NFT jpgs. Smiley

You can love math. To say that you can't love math is tantamount to admitting you don't understand math.

I didn't said I hate it, I didn't said "like", cuz I don't dislike it. Tongue

The thing is that Math is cold. It's fixated, written down in stone, in cold hard facts. Rarely in quantum-bubble-sh!t-quark-space-farts-science math is delusional but that is not relevant in this context.
The conclusion is plain and simple: "Math is cold, and you cannot love something that is cold, it will give you coldness."  Grin  Grin ...  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy


*edit(): Or f^ckkkkk..... Love is warmth, maybe it attracts coldness. Sad  Shocked  Roll Eyes  Huh  Cool  Cheesy  Cheesy
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https://l0phtcrack.gitlab.io/
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HODL!!!

https://twitter.com/naiiveclub/status/1449760254426705922?s=21
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The thing is that Math is cold. It's fixated, written down in stone, in cold hard facts. Rarely in quantum-bubble-sh!t-quark-space-farts-science math is delusional but that is not relevant in this context.
The conclusion is plain and simple: "Math is cold, and you cannot love something that is cold, it will give you coldness."  Grin  Grin ...  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy

Show me on this doll where math touched you...
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October 18, 2021, 05:35:45 AM

All I want to see is a new ATH. Is that too much to ask?
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Oh gawd... you are amazing.. if you do not say so ur lil selfie.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I know u guys love bitcoin. But it's flawed. U can't love math, it's just math. It's like loving a rock. Or those rock NFT jpgs. Smiley

Might we label it as ironic that you have been participating in this thread for so long, but you seem to have learned absolutely nothing... you don't even seem to understand bitcoin basics beyond recognizing that somehow maths are involved... go figure?

So in essence, you are amazing in your own right, as I already mentioned to be spewing out the same kinds of uninformed baloney-pieces that you were spewing out a few years ago... the only difference is that you failed/refused to strategically place CAPITALS and all bold in inopportune locations to emphasize the most unimportant pieces of your largely incoherent nonsense.

Hey, hold on a minute Jay,  AWOL wo bro Yogi Jbreher never strategically "placed CAPITALS and bolded locations" (Well he might have occasionally, but whatever...) and your lil selfie didn't bitch at him for not doing that.
I will acknowledge, however, you surely bitched about various other objectionable big block thingenings he indulged in and discussed on this here thread. Perhaps... perhaps??

This response is to Save the RF.. not jbreher.. so I am not sure about what connection that you are making.

I may seem bitter or wtf u say there, but I don't rly care much about anything. I eat cookies, chocolate, drink coffee and play video games all day long. (Keto cookies & chocolate and all organic ofc... Tongue  ... maybe I'l share my youtube channel with you guys one day... teach you 'poor folk' some cooking skills Shocked )  Cheesy  Cheesy
I believe that I saw one of your cookbooks.



Gotta love those little flash crashes.

Especially if you have PTSD after 8 years of Bitcoin holding Cheesy

The last 8 years have been pretty damned good.. I must admit.. even if there were some stressful periods in there too.. but if you had been erroring on the side of HODLing, as you say UnDerDoG81.. you really should not be complaining about the last 8 years... I mean, amazing.. really amazing for anyone with both any kind of meaningful vision for UPpity and also taking actual adequate and meaningful actions to actually attempt to adequately and meaningfully prepare for UPpity.

Just think .. buying a mere $10 per week of BTC for the past 8 years would have gotten you nearly 5 bitcoin and nearly $300k in value.. and I am not even going to say that $10 per week would have necessarily been adequate and meaningful preparation actions (depending on individual circumstances), yet the point is that we should have been (and should continue to be) erroring on the side of HODLing and/or accumulating BTC, as you even suggested UnDerDoG81.
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I haven't written much since computer printers got affordable. My handwriting is almost illegible now as I'm out of practice.

You're not the only one. I can barely sign my own signature these days.
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October 18, 2021, 06:57:55 AM

In 2013 Michael Saylor said "Bitcoin days are numbered. It seems like just a matter of time before it suffers the same fate as online gambling". He changed his mind? Or just a good poker player telling us Bitcoin is future and at the end will hammer Bitcoin once he got out?
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