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I feel like I'm stuck here until I get 9 more merits.

Only 8 more now for you.
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I feel like I'm stuck here until I get 9 more merits.

Only 8 more now for you.
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I guess my top notch OpSec has a few holes.

Discretion is the better part of valor.  Cool

The black tape across the eyes was an especially nice touch. I'm Kingston now, incidentally. Never did find a place in Kensington. Glad you had your blast in Mexico, my friend.
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Holy crap my merits are breaking out. Someone gave me 10 merits for my info on B6 toxicity. Buy buy buy tera merits. Im selling ICO shares for 1BTC each.
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March 12, 2018, 02:15:00 AM

I feel like I'm stuck here until I get 9 more merits.

Only 8 more now for you.
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I blinked and you are up to 103 merits. Congratulations, in a few hours the forum engine should upgrade you to full member.
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Holy crap my merits are breaking out. Someone gave me 10 merits for my info on B6 toxicity. Buy buy buy tera merits. Im selling ICO shares for 1BTC each.

Forced back into politics I must report this flagrant violation and abuse of the sMerits.
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Holy crap my merits are breaking out. Someone gave me 10 merits for my info on B6 toxicity. Buy buy buy tera merits. Im selling ICO shares for 1BTC each.

I'll just require a 10% cut for administrative purposes.
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Holy crap my merits are breaking out. Someone gave me 10 merits for my info on B6 toxicity. Buy buy buy tera merits. Im selling ICO shares for 1BTC each.

I doubt many of us knew you could OD on vitamins. The information you posted is possibly life saving.
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March 12, 2018, 02:20:03 AM

I feel like I'm stuck here until I get 9 more merits.

There ya go. Now you only need 8 more.

Don't take that as wanting you gone. I find your posts entertaining.

Think of it as kinda like a sympathy fuck.   Grin

Edit: I tried to post this as soon as I sent the merit. For some reason the forum choked on it.
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March 12, 2018, 02:30:19 AM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Still bouncing along in the $9k range I see... currently $9200USD/$11783CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Ho hum.

How long did the withdrawal symptoms last, and how bad were they?

I was pretty angry and irritable for a solid 6-8 weeks before I started chilling out.

I guess I'm lucky. I quit a 2-pack-a-day habit 33 years ago almost by accident.

I caught such a nasty cold/flu/pneumonia I was in bed for 3 days barely getting up to re-hydrate myself and go to the can.

When my fever broke and my mind cleared, I realized I hadn't had a smoke in 3 days. I didn't need to quit. I just needed to not start smoking again.

Quitting is not an action. Smoking is. All you need to do to quit is to not do anything. To smoke you need to acquire tobacco and fire, light the cigarette and inhale. Unless you're actively smoking, you've already quit. Just don't start again.

I suffered no withdrawal symptoms. Maybe I had them when I was in my feverish delirium and wasn't aware of them.

I also didn't suck out like a whiny little crybaby and totally avoid tobacco smoke. I continued to mix a little tobacco in the occasional hash doob. I chose to sit in the smoking sections of smoking-segregated restaurants and in the smoking cars of trains.

I found that non-smoking sections were full of anti-smoking fussbudgets and I find secondhand stress far more offensive than secondhand smoke. The smoking sections generally have a higher caliber of people. I also found that people take their annoying brats to the non-smoking areas.

Quitting is easy. Just don't smoke.

That's, exactly how I quit too, And I too find the people in the smoking section when it existed to be more interesting, however, for a long time I couldn't stand the smell of cigarette smoke. I was ok with pipe and cigar smoke though.
Today I enjoy the occasional fine cigar without any problems or craving for more tobacco products.
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I guess my top notch OpSec has a few holes.

Discretion is the better part of valor.  Cool

The black tape across the eyes was an especially nice touch. I'm Kingston now, incidentally. Never did find a place in Kensington. Glad you had your blast in Mexico, my friend.

Thanks. Spent most of January there. Going back down for another few weeks on Wednesday to get the preliminary work done on my new teeth.

Bought myself a pied-a-terre in the jungle. Nothing as grandiose as Risto's castle but you don't need to lock your door. The people there are so poor, honest and hospitable they put Newfies to shame. There's no crime there. Since there's neither tourists nor money there, there's no reason for the cartels or other criminals to go there.

Gotta go stand under a 1000-year-old tree to get a cellphone signal but there's internet access. Some dude in the nearby village has a satellite dish and has put together a network going from homestead to homestead via transponders mounted on tall bamboo poles. He charges reasonable rates (dirt cheap) but the service is like anything else in rural Mexico, sketchy and intermittent.



I have a sister and a few friends in Kingston. Maybe when I get back I'll hop a train out there and we can have a couple of cold ones together. I love train travel.
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March 12, 2018, 03:05:13 AM

I guess my top notch OpSec has a few holes.

Discretion is the better part of valor.  Cool

The black tape across the eyes was an especially nice touch. I'm Kingston now, incidentally. Never did find a place in Kensington. Glad you had your blast in Mexico, my friend.

Thanks. Spent most of January there. Going back down for another few weeks on Wednesday to get the preliminary work done on my new teeth.

Bought myself a pied-a-terre in the jungle. Nothing as grandiose as Risto's castle but you don't need to lock your door. The people there are so poor, honest and hospitable they put Newfies to shame. There's no crime there. Since there's neither tourists nor money there, there's no reason for the cartels or other criminals to go there.

Gotta go stand under a 1000-year-old tree to get a cellphone signal but there's internet access. Some dude in the nearby village has a satellite dish and has put together a network going from homestead to homestead via transponders mounted on tall bamboo poles. He charges reasonable rates (dirt cheap) but the service is like anything else in rural Mexico, sketchy and intermittent.



I have a sister and a few friends in Kingston. Maybe when I get back I'll hop a train out there and we can have a couple of cold ones together. I love train travel.

Would be a pleasure to see you. Love the pied-a-terre!
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March 12, 2018, 03:21:59 AM

Just look for the guy with the black tape for eyeballs. Smiley
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March 12, 2018, 03:45:13 AM

A few older totally OT odds and ends. Part 1.

It’s one of the things that living in the UK is shit for, not being able to carry a gun. WHEN bitcoin moon’s I’m moving to the US & will amass a huge Arsenal of weapons for shit’s & gigs.

I think you'd have to get citizenship then. Foreigners aren't allowed to do as they please with weapons.


You don't need to be a citizen, just have residence, ie a drivers licence.
I bought a gun when I stayed in Colorado in the 80s, and I'm a Swedish citizen.
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Just look for the guy with the black tape for eyeballs. Smiley


I know how it is. Sometimes you get so "tired" you've gotta hide behind black tape and drown your sorrows. Mmmm, Cerveza Sol.

You can spot me 'cause I'm the guy with the black tape and the BTC ballcap.

You can also see why I need dental work.  Roll Eyes

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the BTC ballcap.
One day you and I are going to have to have a really candid talk about the implications of people coming aboard and getting rekt. I'm not proud of everything we've accomplished here.
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A few older totally OT odds and ends. Part 1.

It’s one of the things that living in the UK is shit for, not being able to carry a gun. WHEN bitcoin moon’s I’m moving to the US & will amass a huge Arsenal of weapons for shit’s & gigs.

I think you'd have to get citizenship then. Foreigners aren't allowed to do as they please with weapons.


You don't need to be a citizen, just have residence, ie a drivers licence.
I bought a gun when I stayed in Colorado in the 80s, and I'm a Swedish citizen.

If you decide to live in America long-term, they mail you an AR-15 along with your green card.
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March 12, 2018, 04:37:07 AM

You don't need to be a citizen, just have residence, ie a drivers licence.
I bought a gun when I stayed in Colorado in the 80s, and I'm a Swedish citizen.

Don't have to be a citizen, but have to be either a permanent resident (green card), have a hunting license valid in the residing state or be a foreign law enforcement rep of a friendly gov plus some unclear rules on visa waiver (maybe OK if you are from EU, Japan or Australia). Sweden qualifies with the waiver.
https://www.quora.com/Can-a-visitor-to-the-USA-purchase-a-gun-and-own-it-legally

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You don't need to be a citizen, just have residence, ie a drivers licence.
I bought a gun when I stayed in Colorado in the 80s, and I'm a Swedish citizen.

Don't have to be a citizen, but have to be either a permanent resident (green card), have a hunting license valid in the residing state or be a foreign law enforcement rep of a friendly gov plus some unclear rules on visa waiver (maybe OK if you are from EU, Japan or Australia). Sweden qualifies with the waiver.
https://www.quora.com/Can-a-visitor-to-the-USA-purchase-a-gun-and-own-it-legally



Might be different now, but all you needed in Co when i was there was a drivers license.
And all you needed to get a drivers license was an address, get fingerprinted and passing the test.
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