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March 22, 2023, 02:07:05 PM
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10.4% inflation.

"A complete shock."
"Totally unexpected."

How could this possibly happen with our safe pound handled by such professor geniuses such as Andrew Faily, Jeremy Cunt and Rishi Sputnik.

Ironically, my insurance payouts were upped by roughly 6% ("inflation compensation") for 2023.
Don't ask me how they calculated that number, i guess they just left energy and food prices out of the equation  Huh
On the other hand, i'm really blessed to get regular money from the social system, at my age, at all.

EDIT: While the government's economic experts recently said it's very OK for everyone to work full time until the age of 80.  Roll Eyes

I feel sad for the 70-something year old people you see at supermarket checkouts now even at times. Sure, that age range will probably only increase with evil insane policies being invented right now.

These people should be able to put their feet up.

But this is what you get with evil fiat pushers in charge.

I remember very distinctly when, right in the beginning of 2021 during the Covid bullshit, a major national grocery store near us scrapped all of their cashier lanes for self-check out lanes. (funny how they had those units ready to go right when the pandemic hit, huh? what perfect timing.)

This grocery store employed mostly 50-65 year old cashiers for years and years.

I remember talking to one of them the week after the switch out, and they said, "No it's a good thing...contactless, faster checkout because people can bag their own groceries...plus our company promised we'd still all be able to keep our jobs."

And they were still there...for about a year. They would oversee/manage the self-checkout units instead of directly checking people out.

Now all those older employees are completely gone, replaced by clueless 20 year olds now.

I guess they can 'put their feet up' now, whether they wanted to or not.

"Keep our jobs, they said."  Roll Eyes
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March 22, 2023, 02:32:50 PM

Yes!



https://twitter.com/loveisbitcoin21/status/1638548105506222082?s=46&t=EYlgQnpcCaCtcz2k1MwkNg
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March 22, 2023, 02:37:37 PM

Lol, those fuckers.  Grin

Moderna to Price Its Covid-19 Vaccine at $130 a Dose
https://www.wsj.com/articles/moderna-to-price-its-covid-19-vaccine-at-130-a-dose-d7f4a956
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March 22, 2023, 02:45:54 PM

Maybe if it had beautiful Bitcoin wallet keys as prizes. Not dirty fiat coins surely.



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March 22, 2023, 02:52:17 PM

L’ittle p’ump
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March 22, 2023, 02:53:09 PM

New yearly high go go go
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10.4% inflation.

"A complete shock."
"Totally unexpected."

How could this possibly happen with our safe pound handled by such professor geniuses such as Andrew Faily, Jeremy Cunt and Rishi Sputnik.

Ironically, my insurance payouts were upped by roughly 6% ("inflation compensation") for 2023.
Don't ask me how they calculated that number, i guess they just left energy and food prices out of the equation  Huh
On the other hand, i'm really blessed to get regular money from the social system, at my age, at all.

EDIT: While the government's economic experts recently said it's very OK for everyone to work full time until the age of 80.  Roll Eyes

I feel sad for the 70-something year old people you see at supermarket checkouts now even at times. Sure, that age range will probably only increase with evil insane policies being invented right now.

These people should be able to put their feet up.

But this is what you get with evil fiat pushers in charge.

I remember very distinctly when, right in the beginning of 2021 during the Covid bullshit, a major national grocery store near us scrapped all of their cashier lanes for self-check out lanes. (funny how they had those units ready to go right when the pandemic hit, huh? what perfect timing.)

This grocery store employed mostly 50-65 year old cashiers for years and years.

I remember talking to one of them the week after the switch out, and they said, "No it's a good thing...contactless, faster checkout because people can bag their own groceries...plus our company promised we'd still all be able to keep our jobs."

And they were still there...for about a year. They would oversee/manage the self-checkout units instead of directly checking people out.

Now all those older employees are completely gone, replaced by clueless 20 year olds now.

I guess they can 'put their feet up' now, whether they wanted to or not.

"Keep our jobs, they said."  Roll Eyes

 I was in the middle of butt-fuck nowhere New York and I stopped at a Circle K for gas.  Being the only game in town, they had a little variety store going on with a few fresh fruits, ready-to-go foods and a quick-fry grill inside the shop so I decided to get a drink and some cheese curds for the road.  There were two older ladies standing by the cash register chatting but they directed me to a self-checkout device rather than ringing me up.  I didn't want to waste time learning how to use their machine since I would never be there again but they insisted I had to use it because it was "safer".  I said, "Safer than what?! Anyway, I only have cash." then they replied, "It takes cash too!"  While I was being shown how to use it, the lady explained it was "touchless" so that's what made it safer.  Funny, I don't remember ever being able to touch the cashiers but they were never actually referred to as "touchless".  Ah, technology.

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March 22, 2023, 02:55:52 PM
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Vietnam is sentencing corrupt bankers to death, by firing squad

source: https://theworld.org/stories/2014-04-03/vietnam-sentencing-corrupt-bankers-death-firing-squad


Vietnam knows how to deal with its real criminals...

There'd be no bankers left in the western world if we did that

I fail to see the issue. Cheesy


Been keeping an eye on the blockchain recently and some of the fees people are paying are just stupid.

https://mempool.space/block/00000000000000000002fdd66d936a647b515255f947eba8931129136080b5ef?showDetails=false&view=actual#block

One transaction from this paid 4288 sat/vB in fees others are paying over $700 in fees at 100sat/vB. Both stupid even with the somewhat elevated fees right now.


Just for fun I had one sent to me last week @

Code:
Fee 495 sat $0.14
Fee rate 4.52 sat/vB   Optimal

to see how long it would take and it took about 2 days.

https://mempool.space/tx/35d2db1555eae6612ff44a813877056bbd54ead963c822a25a677ea6ff10b637#flow=&vout=0

When I see ridiculous fees I think its someone spending someone else's money.

@philipma1957  Hey, what do you set your minRelayTxFee at these days or just leave it default?
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March 22, 2023, 03:08:21 PM
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Price has broken above $28,550 short-term resistance level. $29K incoming by looks of it, maybe even a quick pump to $30K?

Very much testing previous support from May 2022 after quickly moving through the volume gap from $25K as expected...

Time to see if $30K will become new resistance, or whether it'll cut through like knife through butter similar to 2019 at $6K.

(Also similar to breaking above $300 in 2015 based on moving above the 50 Week MA as highlighted below)

My only scepticism is thinking this is the pre-FOMC pump, prior to the FOMC dump in the short-term Cheesy

(Also known as "buy the rumour sell the news")



That said, if it looks like a bull market and moves like a bull market, it's probably just a bull market:

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March 22, 2023, 03:52:12 PM

Price has broken above $28,550 short-term resistance level. $29K incoming by looks of it, maybe even a quick pump to $30K?

Very much testing previous support from May 2022 after quickly moving through the volume gap from $25K as expected...

Time to see if $30K will become new resistance, or whether it'll cut through like knife through butter similar to 2019 at $6K.

(Also similar to breaking above $300 in 2015 based on moving above the 50 Week MA as highlighted below)

My only scepticism is thinking this is the pre-FOMC pump, prior to the FOMC dump in the short-term Cheesy

(Also known as "buy the rumour sell the news")



That said, if it looks like a bull market and moves like a bull market, it's probably just a bull market:


Hopefully, we are probably going to see 30k in the next  coming days. the resistance is strong, from the chart I can possibly see 30k already achieved. 
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2023, all yearly high
Fundamentals reflecting
But not hard enough.

One u s dollar
Equals one Satoshi
Happens when, not if.
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I love bitcoin

Your post history says the exact opposite -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3525757;sa=showPosts
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Price has broken above $28,550 short-term resistance level. $29K incoming by looks of it, maybe even a quick pump to $30K?

Very much testing previous support from May 2022 after quickly moving through the volume gap from $25K as expected...

Time to see if $30K will become new resistance, or whether it'll cut through like knife through butter similar to 2019 at $6K.

(Also similar to breaking above $300 in 2015 based on moving above the 50 Week MA as highlighted below)

My only scepticism is thinking this is the pre-FOMC pump, prior to the FOMC dump in the short-term Cheesy

(Also known as "buy the rumour sell the news")



That said, if it looks like a bull market and moves like a bull market, it's probably just a bull market:





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I was in the middle of butt-fuck nowhere New York and I stopped at a Circle K for gas.  Being the only game in town, they had a little variety store going on with a few fresh fruits, ready-to-go foods and a quick-fry grill inside the shop so I decided to get a drink and some cheese curds for the road.  There were two older ladies standing by the cash register chatting but they directed me to a self-checkout device rather than ringing me up.  I didn't want to waste time learning how to use their machine since I would never be there again but they insisted I had to use it because it was "safer".  I said, "Safer than what?! Anyway, I only have cash." then they replied, "It takes cash too!"  While I was being shown how to use it, the lady explained it was "touchless" so that's what made it safer.  Funny, I don't remember ever being able to touch the cashiers but they were never actually referred to as "touchless".  Ah, technology.



So how does one put cash into a touchless machine without touching it, and how does not touching the machine make it safer?
I mean you had to touch the stuff you were buying in the store, right? And then you had to touch the gas pump...
If they're so afraid of germs they should stop poking their noses and biting their nails. Also, those long nails that women like to have are never clean. They'd have to keep theyr hands under UV light for an hour to kill every living thing hiding in there.

Powell must be sweating right now. 40 minutes left until he makes a fool of himself once again.
Up, down? Doesn't really matter at this point.

Edit: I see that they've hiked once again.
Earlier this week Goldman predicted no more hikes and BlackRock predicted 25 and that's what's happening.
We can probably expect another bank to go down by the end of the month. Keep going Jerome, let the purge continue.
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