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At $5.79 I do not know what to do when I shop tommorrow.

Chickens? Jam them in with your mining equipment.
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At $5.79 I do not know what to do when I shop tommorrow.

Chickens? Jam them in with your mining equipment.

I purchased a lot of drumsticks vs eggs today.
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At $5.79 I do not know what to do when I shop tommorrow.

Chickens? Jam them in with your mining equipment.

I purchased a lot of drumsticks vs eggs today.

  Wow.  That's the first time I've heard of something in Canada being cheaper than in the US.  Yesterday, for CAD $6.59 (~US $4.78), I bought 2 dozen grade A, large eggs at Costco.

edit:  I just double checked and they're extra large rather than large.
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October 21, 2022, 04:56:45 AM

I feel like this is going to be a red weekend/few days.



the whole year has been absolute shite...   2018 but without the bounces
hoping to see the dump closer to oct 30 vs oct 23
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for a move my bet is on 28th...  down or up, idk
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Oh I get a wonderful email from binance.us they want me to stake in a shit coin

I won't mention the name.  but it is paying a wonderful 1.9% Shocked

meanwhile I am stacking
BTC
BTC gear
US savings I Bonds at 9.62%

What about doggie coin* and perhaps some of your other shitcoins*?

**Not meaning to troll you too hard (unfairly) or to inspire you to talk about shitcoins.. but maybe you could have added an asterisks ** and state "a few shitcoins too".. hahahahha.. Either you have completely exited from shitcoins or you failed/refused to be accurate in your description regarding how you are playing your bitcoin dollar balance that also likely involves some shitcoins.. even if they may well have some minimal role, they should at tleast be part of the quasi-relevant package.. even though many of us, including yours truly are going to get "on your case" if you try to go into details in terms of pumping your transitory? shitcoin ideas.. .

That means many are just buying the I bonds

Mr V.B. killed off 20million a day in mining earnings which is not being replaced very well.  This trickles across btc along with the chance to buy I bonds at a huge number.

My 10k in bonds  Has been spread across June to Oct  .  I now will take a shot on some in Nov once rate comes out.

This was going to be one of my inquiries and even potential criticisms of some of the implications of your previously stated strategy, and part of my concern about those yield type products is that there can be a decent amount of risk of locking up your capital more than it should be.

I am not necessarily 100% against the dollar based product as long as you were to have sufficient investment in BTC and you are ready willing and able to lock up that much value into those kinds of products that you know are nominally appealing but not necessarily going to pay off in real terms.. But if you are able to cycle the product and therefore invst over the lock up period, such as over $1k per month, and then by the end of 10 months, then you might have reached your yearly maximum, but then also the earliest ones are no longer completely locked up so you have flexibility to continue to buy them on a monthly basis or whatever, so they are also available to you to cash out on a regular basis too. 

So if you already maxed your yearly allowance by buying over 5 months, you cannot even buy until next year, right?
 
finance.us offers 16 shit coins for staking only 1 of them pays more than the I bonds

Your thinking really sounds distracted..talking about staking bullshit... when most of it is ponzi bullshit to lure you into keeping value into various shitty products.. when is the rug pull coming?
 

Every day I search Bing

 "How did Putin die last night"

Seems to be the worlds only hope to end this inflationary spiral upwards and onwards.

I doubt that yield products are going to save you Philip.  Have you heard about bitcoin?  How is your bitcoin investment going?  Oh yeah, you forgot to invest into bitcoin because you ONLY consider bitcoin as way to earn short term cash, and you believe that buying mining machines is the same as if you were actually buying bitcoin.. like a kind of bitcoin proxy..

Oh my... May god save you... (if there is such a thing.. or might we say, "May the spirit of satoshi save you"?) 

I know that I might have not represented your position completely accurately.. but I ONLY can remember so much information about your seemingly silly priorities that seem to de-emphasize the holding and accumulating of actual bitcoin during times like this, even though you were pretty excited to acquire bitcoin when BTC prices were supra $40k.  Go figure.

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The Russian lunatic and his war don't help but a lot of that inflationary spiral is the west's own fault (and part of the Russia problem is also).

Our interest rates were kept far too low for far too long, which is exactly why so many turned to BTC. You were punished to save money. Foolish!
Printing endless money was completely stupid. The housing market and stock exchange were seen as examples of a great economy whilst many people never earned more, and hardly kept their salaries up with the inflation THEN.

The Covid carry on was a MASSIVE overreaction. Sure, keep the vulnerable like my mid 80s neighbours safe - bring them food, whatever, but preventing me from going into an office or enjoying the cinema unless I wear a mask for 3 hours was ultra stupid. Closing down fun outdoor places in the summer was even more ridiculous.

Here in the UK people were paid to stay at home and do nothing. The demand stayed the same but the produce wasn't there in the same quantities. Then there was helicopter money in the USA.

Pathetically short sighted.

We haven't seen the end of inflation I reckon. Here in the UK it is yet to peak.
We should have moved the interest rates up with at least the same rate as the FED to prevent our currency from collapsing.

Of course, many of us question whether the various shut downs were "on purpose" rather than being pure incompetence, and of course, there is a mixture of dynamics going on, and certain kinds of leaders are able to get traction. with agenda's that have malicious intentions, and I would not even contend that all of the malicious people are "in control" because they likely lose control on regular bases in terms of their attempts for "soft landings" and attempts to keep damages in the back yards of "other people."

Surely many of us believe that bitcoin is part of the solution towards protecting ourselves - while at the same time many of us get frustrated as fuck that we become more limited in ways that we can enjoy our bitcoin when there are a lot of seemingly reckless (and/or incompetent and/or malicious) leaders who are not ONLY on one side of the political spectrum.. even though sometimes we also might get caught into believing that one side is more right than the other side, which also is likely to be true.. but I cannot see the solution to be abolishing government.. even though sometimes people (including some of the smart bitcoiners) like to frame solutions in that kind of way, which also seems to be lacking in practicalities... bitcoin does not necessarily solve all things, even though we are likely to have more personal options when we are somewhat hedged in bitcoin (and perhaps even aggressively hedged in it. .to the extent that we don't overdo it and become a victim of our own lack of balance in terms of trying to stay alive (don't get reckt emotionally nor financially) during these difficult transitory times).
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At $5.79 I do not know what to do when I shop tommorrow.

Chickens? Jam them in with your mining equipment.

I purchased a lot of drumsticks vs eggs today.

Haha, a nice deal. What brand and size is your favourite (drumstick), by the way?
I'm playing 7A hickory (Vic), sometimes 5A for slower, powerdrumming stuff.
You don't get so many different brands around here in nearby stores ("nearby" means an hour driving).
The Vic's were about standard since i started playing a tad over 25 years ago, but i've seen Tama and LP sometimes as well.
Most exotic pair was made from anodized aluminium with plastic tips, some signature model, afair also by Vic Firth.
Played 'em until the shitty endcaps popped out  Cheesy

On Topic: Bitcoin went boring, so it has to do some unexpected things very soon. Whatever the direction will be, i'm prepared.
Bring the pain, King Daddy #nohomo (didn't read that in a while)
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October 21, 2022, 08:01:05 AM
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The Zelensky curse continues.

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My Putin v the western leaders' regime change score card:

[ x ] Boris Johnson
[ x ] Liz Truss
[ ] Grandpa Joe Biden
[ ] Emmanuel Macron                 v.                   [ ] Vladimir Putin
[ ] Olaf Scholz
[ ] Mark Rutte
[ ] Volodymyr Zelenskyy

An X will mark executed from power. The last one standing without an X wins and gets the chocolate factory
Enough of the Putin dick sucking.
Nonsense, my list isn't Putin dick sucking and I will keep it up to date. It's finding irony in the fact all these imbeciles demanded regime change in Russia and hence piled on the sanctions which is hurting the average citizen in Western Europe tremendously financially due to the increase in energy cost, and thus is leading to their own regime change.

Putin can jump off a bridge for all I care.
MY bad, That looks like a Dick Suck too me.

From my point of view.. whatever it is worth, you suck at spotting dick sucks, Hueristic..  You need more practice... nohomo   even though I understood your point.... which I cannot necessarily disagree that throwing out some insults and to characterize the argument as being too sympathetic to one side rather than the other remains a sufficiently valid argument tactic.. from my point of view...

last summer 2021

1 dozen jumbo eggs on a sale  $1.59

three weeks ago same eggs $4.19
two weeks ago same eggs $5.59
this week same eggs $5.79

I sprung for 3 dozen at $4.19 and felt like a big shot.

only a few left

At $5.79 I do not know what to do when I shop tommorrow.

Whatever you do, don't start eating "beyond eggs."

And don't start pumping "beyond eggs" here.



Let us (perhaps royal?) pray.

I've seen fresh fish cost a hell of a lot more, which is bizarre considering we are a large island.
Other than that I've mostly noticed increases on dairy products and cooking oils.

Certain wines seem to have stayed exactly the same price, which is bizarre.

What about the important stuff:  hookers, lambos and blow?


Wishful thinking bro.

I would be happy if we get over 500 million
3.5x in 10 years ??   damn... you have a depressive view.

but in your defense, I'm also skeptical if "people" will get the importance of BTC within the next 10 years

Absent some kind of a meaningful problem with bitcoin, I doubt that the rate of growth is going to slow in any kind of meaningful way.

Network effects build on each others, and when people become orange pilled, they don't usually become un-oranged pilled.. but there might be some guys who remain whimpy in their bitcoin investments or think that they are investing in bitcoin when they are investing in bitcoin miners.

There are all kinds of people, and people tell their friends, and I doubt that growth is going to suddenly go away... there are about 7.8 billion people in the world. 

I am not even sure if I believe that the current bitcoin adoption is 140 million, and out of those 140 million supposed adopters if they are even close to adequately invested into bitcoin beyond 20% pulling the weight..... but even if we go with those numbers, you are suggesting 2% of the population owns bitcoin and with the 500 million estimate it is going to go up to around 6.5% in 10 years?  That would be pretty large in terms of network effects, but really sounds whimpy..

Maybe it does not even really matter..?  We go with whatever happens, and the adoption of bitcoin seems to be ongoingly going up.. and going up in exponential kinds of ways .. and maybe we started with only a few million in 2013/2014?  Look at me now, mom?

On Topic: Bitcoin went boring, so it has to do some unexpected things very soon. Whatever the direction will be, i'm prepared.
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So we’ve dipped below $19,000 again. I guess we’ll find out in the next few weeks which way we’re headed. I just can’t envisage the price bobbing along at $19,xxx for much longer.

Feels like we’ll see a significant move in either direction soon. Maybe it’s just me?
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So we’ve dipped below $19,000 again. I guess we’ll find out in the next few weeks which way we’re headed. I just can’t envisage the price bobbing along at $19,xxx for much longer.

Feels like we’ll see a significant move in either direction soon. Maybe it’s just me?

It is impressive how long we have managed to stay around 19K. Especially with everything going on around the globe. Last time we stayed at the same range for this long must be end of 2018 - Q1 2019?
My feeling is that the longer we stay here, the bigger the coming change in direction will be. UP/DOWN?

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