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No coiners and shitcoin holders feeling exactly the same now:



Is this correct proudhon ? Will bitcoin rise above $60k line graphs or not?  Grin
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BTC bull market, 2nd leg has started

https://twitter.com/100trillionusd/status/1452921820051558409?s=21
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ATH this week, what do you think boys?

Seemingly getting stuck at $63,000 atm. Would love a big, thick, veiny green dildo to take us to $70,000.

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ATH this week, what do you think boys?

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ATH this week, what do you think boys?

Seemingly getting stuck at $63,000 atm. Would love a big, thick, veiny green dildo to take us to $70,000.

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Sounds exciting ... #nohomo  Grin
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Accidental leak reveals US government has secretly hit Google with 'keyword warrants' to identify ANYONE searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10063665/Government-orders-Google-track-searching-certain-names-addresses-phone-numbers.html

This would explain why Google has been blocking TOR searches with endless capchas. I thought it was just profitz.

I've stopped using Google as a search engine on the consumer side. My default now has been duckduckgo for awhile, maybe the past 5 years or so. Try it. Set all your browsers on all your devices to use the duck and just delete or remove google. You won't miss it.
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Have been skimming through WO posts lately, too much happening IRL. I didn't quite get what happened to you, was it a motorcycle accident? Bike thrown in a ditch or what? Anyways, hope you get well soon man, fuck the bike, you can buy 10 of them soon. Stay safe!

LOL, no, got wasted and dropped it on my lawn when I got home last night and pulled my back out picking it up in the dark so left it lying there all night. Smiley

Good to know it was a LOLable thing. Motorcycle accidents can be nasty (I have a Yamaha and I've had a couple of them, still have the bike and keep it in pristine condition). Bitcoiners' bodies are far too precious to risk having them injured by bikes. I find myself using the car much more often lately (it's age-related too, I'm not so young anymore)...


ATH this week, what do you think boys?

Seemingly getting stuck at $63,000 atm. Would love a big, thick, veiny green dildo to take us to $70,000.

#nohomo

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I've stopped using Google as a search engine on the consumer side. My default now has been duckduckgo for awhile, maybe the past 5 years or so. Try it. Set all your browsers on all your devices to use the duck and just delete or remove google. You won't miss it.

Indeed. I remember living Google's motto of "Don't be evil". Their advantage over Altavista and Jeeves and such was a very quick clean page, honest data without insane pay to play weighting, and a pretty good culture of privacy. Now they have none of that and are just another yahoo/altavista shit site.

Still, it was interesting to see them lock out TOR end nodes. Which as I said now makes sense as they are just another Organ of the State. :-)
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Yeah, and that SOB also raised tesla prices by another $5k.

Something something inflation, "supply chain constraints", blah blah.

What a racket.
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Tesla: irrelevant in the long run. Everyone and their dogs are making electric or at least hybrid cars already. Let Tesla turn into Netscape.

China: very relevant in the long run. I hope their last-and-totally-un-undoable-bitcoin-ban hits them where it hurts. Give it time, and it sure will.
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10063665/Government-orders-Google-track-searching-certain-names-addresses-phone-numbers.html

This would explain why Google has been blocking TOR searches with endless capchas. I thought it was just profitz.

I've stopped using Google as a search engine on the consumer side. My default now has been duckduckgo for awhile, maybe the past 5 years or so. Try it. Set all your browsers on all your devices to use the duck and just delete or remove google. You won't miss it.

Even they were just busted red handed not hiring people because they are white..
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Accidental leak reveals US government has secretly hit Google with 'keyword warrants' to identify ANYONE searching certain names, addresses, and phone numbers

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10063665/Government-orders-Google-track-searching-certain-names-addresses-phone-numbers.html

This would explain why Google has been blocking TOR searches with endless capchas. I thought it was just profitz.

I've stopped using Google as a search engine on the consumer side. My default now has been duckduckgo for awhile, maybe the past 5 years or so. Try it. Set all your browsers on all your devices to use the duck and just delete or remove google. You won't miss it.

I agree, I did the same some months ago and I also use a combined squid+privoxy+tor installation to route a whole bunch of domains strictly over tor for our whole network.

For the user the experience is at first a bit confusing, mostly because duckduckgo doesn't personalize results. So often users feel at first that the result quality is worse than google. People got used to the fact that google knows pretty much what they are searching for before they enter the first character into the searchbox, so they either lost or never developed skills to properly search in a text index. I.e. they enter "I want to make an applepie" instead of "recipe apple pie".

Oh and yes, if LEO has a warrant for you, google will happily send them your search history of up to 20yrs back! They can identify you over dozens of devices because they are basically sitting in almost every single web page with google-analytics, google-fonts and whatnot. Ever wondered why you are not allowed to download these friggin fonts for example?

I am currently reading (or trying to, it is written in a quite sophisticated and academic-sounding english) Shoshana Zuboff's 'The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for the Future at the New Frontier of Power' - it gives you a good idea on what google's business model is and how it works. She argues for example that if you are not a customer, you are the product is wrong, in case of google you are just a resource to harvest to them.

Soshana also appears a few times in The Social Dilemma which I highly recommend if you are unclear about the real purpose and goals of facebook and co.

But then again, if you have nothing to hide and are prepared to explain every single search you did in the last 20yrs, google is fine and on top of that not evil.
On the other hand if the search engine has nothing to hide is not evil, it let's you access it via tor.. (which DDG does)
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