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March 12, 2018, 09:58:22 PM
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I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.
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March 12, 2018, 10:04:29 PM

For those not keen to join the mayans, there are 575 large underground bunkers able to hold between 6,000 and 10,000 residents going for sale in South Dakota at just 25K$ each:

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PAGE COUNT CLOSE TO 20K WEEEEE :-D

Bring back page-count-parity!
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would like to see someone win this thing before the summer ..... chilling ATH's in sunny days would be nice
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March 12, 2018, 10:27:23 PM
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What if miners had to pay a fee to mine but that was their entry ticket to a prize pool?  

That is pretty much how Bitcoin mining works.
Are you trying to imply that hardware and electricity costs could be called a fee?

I guess it depends upon what your definition of fee is. Not having specified to whom said free would be paid I merely assumed you only meant it in the generic sense of an expense.
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What if miners had to pay a fee to mine but that was their entry ticket to a prize pool?  

That is pretty much how Bitcoin mining works.
Are you trying to imply that hardware and electricity costs could be called a fee?

I guess it depends upon what your definition of fee is. Not having specified to whom said free would be paidxi I merely assumed you only meant it in the generic sense of an expense.
Nah I agree with you. Miners already pay "for a ticket to a prize pool". Whether or not those costs are called fees is just semantics and doesn't change anything.
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March 12, 2018, 11:01:13 PM

I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.

Or a seastead. I'm starting to get excited here in French Polynesia about things moving forward on that front. Good things coming soon (tm).
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What if miners had to pay a fee to mine but that was their entry ticket to a prize pool?  

That is pretty much how Bitcoin mining works.
Are you trying to imply that hardware and electricity costs could be called a fee?

I guess it depends upon what your definition of fee is. Not having specified to whom said free would be paidxi I merely assumed you only meant it in the generic sense of an expense.

I was thinking in the specific sense of having to pay a fee in Bitcoin. Possibly as a substitute for POW.  I have not given it any real thought and it’s possibly full of holes, such as Sybil attacks.
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I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.

Or a seastead. I'm starting to get excited here in French Polynesia about things moving forward on that front. Good things coming soon (tm).

Any pictures you are able to share would be welcome. Even if it’s only baguettes and palm trees.  

What is the basic design?  Has anything like this ever been built before?
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March 12, 2018, 11:13:03 PM

If I saw those balances above all moving at once I would expect the price to become too cheap.    It would then spike down and back up again, sharp like shutting off a tap suddenly.   After that the market tries to right itself in one direction but a more progressive way.
They could drip those balances in over 6 months, I really expect that but cant be sure with a liquidator exactly.   I know with Lehman brothers, that company will be 'operating' running down its various assets for decades probably.

Mentioned this before, but there's unlikely to be any more movements until there is a ruling on CR (civil rehabilitation). The trustee has made creditors whole with respect to their JPY claims - he has no reason to take further action.
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March 12, 2018, 11:30:42 PM

I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.

Or a seastead. I'm starting to get excited here in French Polynesia about things moving forward on that front. Good things coming soon (tm).

Any pictures you are able to share would be welcome. Even if it’s only baguettes and palm trees. 

No baguettes and only shadows of palm trees...but this was my breakfast yesterday morning just outside of my bedroom.




And the sunset on the first day I moved in (before I started cleaning up the beach)
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March 12, 2018, 11:35:28 PM

Fabulous.  Keep them coming. How is your French?
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March 12, 2018, 11:57:03 PM

Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?
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March 13, 2018, 12:00:20 AM

Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?

Isn't it good to retest support? I guess it was a successful test.

2 dips below 8500, and one below 8800.

I got a feeling Asia is sick of buying at this price...
maybe looking to find cheaper today... (3 times in a row) Angry
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I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.

And literally be dead within 24-48 hours. Capsized, out of food, no water, and eaten by sharks.

Nah, I'd take my chances with the preppers. They'd be glad to give you food & water in return for hoeing the fields.
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Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?

Craefulgang, you wouldn't wanna spill your Covfefe
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Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?

What does #CRAEFULGANG mean?
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Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?

What does #CRAEFULGANG mean?

It' a parody on hey hey heyyyy...bitconnnneeee...ctttt dude.
Aired on J. Oliver's show yesterday.

https://youtu.be/g6iDZspbRMg?t=987

followed by (where craeful is explained)

https://youtu.be/g6iDZspbRMg?t=1361
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Is it just me or is the mood in here turning very #CRAEFULGANG?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qtcDrv_xDs&feature=youtu.be
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March 13, 2018, 12:36:44 AM

I can’t think of anywhere you are more likely to die in a random hail of gunfire or be eaten by cannibals than being surrounded by 6,000 preppers.  

Take a yacht with food and medical supplies out into the Pacific. A monohull so you can take a knock down in a storm and pop straight back up again.

And literally be dead within 24-48 hours. Capsized, out of food, no water, and eaten by sharks.

Nah, I'd take my chances with the preppers. They'd be glad to give you food & water in return for hoeing the fields.

or if you are female...simply hoeing
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