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April 13, 2018, 03:08:01 AM

We are near 8k. Lets see if this time is another bull trap or not.

Personally I don't think so. The volatility had gotten so low there that the price was deciding which way to break out. It looks to me like a decision was made.

It would be nice if some of you goofballs will explain yourselves, rather than talking in amorphisms and also seeming to want to cover your predictions to be true, no matter what?... hahahahaha

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You mean aphorisms, Jay? Maybe you ought to limit yourself to smaller words for a while?
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April 13, 2018, 03:33:41 AM

We are near 8k. Lets see if this time is another bull trap or not.

Personally I don't think so. The volatility had gotten so low there that the price was deciding which way to break out. It looks to me like a decision was made.

It would be nice if some of you goofballs will explain yourselves, rather than talking in amorphisms and also seeming to want to cover your predictions to be true, no matter what?... hahahahaha

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You mean aphorisms, Jay? Maybe you ought to limit yourself to smaller words for a while?


Nope... I meant what I said.  Helrow?  You are in a real lecturing mood lately... You must be feeling good.  right?





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April 13, 2018, 03:41:09 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.
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April 13, 2018, 03:51:31 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.
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April 13, 2018, 04:00:44 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.

I believe the gourmet is fit for human consumption.....
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April 13, 2018, 04:02:26 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.

I believe the gourmet is fit for human consumption.....

This is how we stay one step ahead of the game. Thank you!
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April 13, 2018, 04:10:01 AM

Are we talking the wet stuff in tins or the dry stuff in a big bag?
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April 13, 2018, 04:11:04 AM

Are we talking the wet stuff in tins or the dry stuff in a big bag?

Tins. Cool
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April 13, 2018, 04:13:38 AM

Some light reading:

https://www.ozy.com/true-story/i-did-it-6-days-of-eating-dog-food/36846

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But this setup is hardly ideal. A can of Simply Nourish costs $2.39 and has just 200 calories. It’s more expensive than going paleo
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April 13, 2018, 04:14:27 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.

I believe the gourmet is fit for human consumption.....

In fact I have noticed it is way cheaper to give my cat "human" (regular) tuna and shrimps than those "gourmet" stuff. Fortunately, she also seems to prefer the "human" variety instead.

Maybe some day I will be rich enough to feed myself on gourmet cat food.
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April 13, 2018, 04:16:47 AM

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it's not fair to punish her for my bitcoin addiction
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April 13, 2018, 04:18:37 AM

Are we talking the wet stuff in tins or the dry stuff in a big bag?

Tins. Cool

Tins is no "gourmet".

I assumed you were talking about something like this:

https://www.google.es/search?q=gourmet+crystal+purina&dcr=1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjU5c__sbbaAhVCVRQKHad8Ae4Q_AUICigB&biw=1366&bih=606

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April 13, 2018, 04:27:39 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.

I believe the gourmet is fit for human consumption.....

In fact I have noticed it is way cheaper to give my cat "human" (regular) tuna and shrimps than those "gourmet" stuff. Fortunately, she also seems to prefer the "human" variety instead.

Maybe some day I will be rich enough to feed myself on gourmet cat food.

You could earn between $40,000 and $120,000 per year tasting it for a living, and get the gourmet cat food for free.

http://www.menttes.com/jobs/petfoodtaster

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Yup. A pet food taster makes a living doing exactly what you think. But in this case it's a mistake to judge a book by its cover. Pet food tasting is a legitimate industry with an entry-level salary of around $40,000 per year. The top earners make around $120,000 per year.

In Europe all pet food is fit for human consumption.

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April 13, 2018, 04:31:21 AM
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I'm on a low FODMAP diet anyway. I'd probably be safer just eating the cat.
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April 13, 2018, 04:31:21 AM

the cat eats better than me

it's not fair to punish her for my bitcoin addiction

You have to really screw up in a bull market in order to be into catfood territory, no?  I mean, sure, we have had nearly a 4 month period of correction, but gosh, anyone who bought at least a year ago, or longer, should still be UP 3x, no?

Also, I saw some posters here talking about a bear market.  We are not yet in a bear market; however if BTC prices are lower than $7k at the end of 2018, I might be willing to consider such possible labels....

Also, I understand not wanting to sell BTC that you already accumulated, so perhaps that is the reason for the cat food discussion.. even though on paper, a lot of us are likely still rich, but we remain nervous about parting with any of our BTC when a large number of us perceive it to be an appreciating asset in the coming months to years, but we just don't know exactly when that price appreciation is going to take place....  So I can understand being afraid to sell BTC for fiat or using BTC for consumables, such as food.

Sometimes, I also feel a bit contemplatative regarding whether I am eating out 3 times a week, and perhaps I should cut back or maybe I should cut back on how much the meals cost?

To me, it feels like I deserve a treat, even if I could still accumulate more BTC with my profits, but it just still feels so good to be enjoying some luxuries, because these current prices sure feel so much better (and I feel able to do it) than the mid $200s prices of the 2015 period.. and it feels much less guilty to be spending BTC that are in the black, and I would have never thought about spending my BTC in 2015 - when my portfolio was in the red... .. so if I ever spent any BTC back in 2015 - I always replaced it right away, in those times.
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April 13, 2018, 04:34:39 AM

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You have to really screw up in a bull market in order to be into catfood territory, no? 


True, I'm doing real good. Soap, toothpaste, bus pass, the works.
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April 13, 2018, 04:38:21 AM

My odds of not being a Walmart greeter when I'm 60 rallied by about 13% today.

I'm still looking at cat food, but it's gourmet cat food.

I believe the gourmet is fit for human consumption.....

In fact I have noticed it is way cheaper to give my cat "human" (regular) tuna and shrimps than those "gourmet" stuff. Fortunately, she also seems to prefer the "human" variety instead.

Maybe some day I will be rich enough to feed myself on gourmet cat food.

You could earn between $40,000 and $120,000 per year tasting it for a living, and get the gourmet cat food for free.

http://www.menttes.com/jobs/petfoodtaster

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Yup. A pet food taster makes a living doing exactly what you think. But in this case it's a mistake to judge a book by its cover. Pet food tasting is a legitimate industry with an entry-level salary of around $40,000 per year. The top earners make around $120,000 per year.

Wait... What?? Sign me up!
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April 13, 2018, 04:39:39 AM

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You have to really screw up in a bull market in order to be into catfood territory, no? 


True, I'm doing real good. Soap, toothpaste, bus pass, the works.

That a gluten-free bus pass?
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April 13, 2018, 04:43:25 AM

the cat eats better than me

it's not fair to punish her for my bitcoin addiction

You have to really screw up in a bull market in order to be into catfood territory, no? 


True, I'm doing real good. Soap, toothpaste, bus pass, the works.

Actually, I started going to the gym a bit more recently, and I started to think that if ever I was homeless, a gym membership would be a good thing to attempt to maintain.
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April 13, 2018, 04:46:36 AM

the cat eats better than me

it's not fair to punish her for my bitcoin addiction

You have to really screw up in a bull market in order to be into catfood territory, no? 


True, I'm doing real good. Soap, toothpaste, bus pass, the works.

That a gluten-free bus pass?

I'm not sure, but it's probably got animal fat in it like British cash.

http://money.cnn.com/2017/08/10/news/animal-fat-banknotes-bank-of-england-cash/index.html

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