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May 03, 2018, 03:45:28 PM

Wow that was quick Bitcoin in just broken out of a triangle and has increase to almost 250$ (9,200$ - 9450$) in just a little over 2 hours. And if Bitcoin is really bullish it will try and test out the 9,700$ resistance and if it is broken there's only one way and its up, up to 10,600$. Also altcoins in are generally bullish today which means that the market is now on a bullish territory. It is looking good for Bitcoin and it will be any day now when it will try and reach above 10,000$ and hopefully altcoins will follow.

<< it's because of development of BitcoinInstant[BTI] imho *;-D weeee
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May 03, 2018, 03:58:41 PM

What do we think of the Georgia Guidestones?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

It is known that there is a group of elites out there who have a vision for the world that involves massive depopulation. They are not all powerful or anything like some Illuminati myths would have you believe. They are one faction out of maybe four major power factions on the planet. Their leaders are mostly Jewish intellectuals and can be thought of loosely as the neo-liberal establishment. It is reasonably safe to assume that at least some within that clique would be willing to accomplish the depopulation they desire through cataclysm if necessary.

Ah yes, that seems much more plausible then "the most widely agreed-upon interpretation of the stones is that they describe the basic concepts required to rebuild a devastated civilization.[2] Author Brad Meltzer notes that the stones were built in 1979 at the height of the Cold War, and thus argues that they may have been intended as a message to the possible survivors of a nuclear World War III. The engraved suggestion to keep humanity's population below 500 million could have been made under the assumption that war had already reduced humanity below this number."

Funny how "it is known" that there is an unknown organisation. Of which you can make 'reasonable' assumptions.

Anyway, conifers are nice trees. Love to know what they have to do with bitcoin too.
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May 03, 2018, 04:06:24 PM
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What do we think of the Georgia Guidestones?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

It is known that there is a group of elites out there who have a vision for the world that involves massive depopulation. They are not all powerful or anything like some Illuminati myths would have you believe. They are one faction out of maybe four major power factions on the planet. Their leaders are mostly Jewish intellectuals and can be thought of loosely as the neo-liberal establishment. It is reasonably safe to assume that at least some within that clique would be willing to accomplish the depopulation they desire through cataclysm if necessary.

Ah yes, that seems much more plausible then "the most widely agreed-upon interpretation of the stones is that they describe the basic concepts required to rebuild a devastated civilization.[2] Author Brad Meltzer notes that the stones were built in 1979 at the height of the Cold War, and thus argues that they may have been intended as a message to the possible survivors of a nuclear World War III. The engraved suggestion to keep humanity's population below 500 million could have been made under the assumption that war had already reduced humanity below this number."

Funny how "it is known" that there is an unknown organisation. Of which you can make 'reasonable' assumptions.

Anyway, conifers are nice trees. Love to know what they have to do with bitcoin too.
Of course there are secret organizations. That part really does not need to be debated. Who and what they are is another matter, but in a population of multiple billions, pretty much anything you can imagine a group of people doing, someone is doing.
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May 03, 2018, 04:11:44 PM

Wow that was quick Bitcoin in just broken out of a triangle and has increase to almost 250$ (9,200$ - 9450$) in just a little over 2 hours. And if Bitcoin is really bullish it will try and test out the 9,700$ resistance and if it is broken there's only one way and its up, up to 10,600$. Also altcoins in are generally bullish today which means that the market is now on a bullish territory. It is looking good for Bitcoin and it will be any day now when it will try and reach above 10,000$ and hopefully altcoins will follow.

<< it's because of development of BitcoinInstant[BTI] imho *;-D weeee
I think you may have a bladder problem weeeeeee
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May 03, 2018, 04:17:38 PM

Maybe we could club together to pay for the mayor's bail.
Or does he still need more time behind bars to learn his lesson?

He's not alone after all.
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it was just a matter of time...kanuk bumpkin in LA like that
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dafuq is a bit conifer ?



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 Very cute.  Love the miniaturized Bitcoin rocket!
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We are blessed with salesmen of all abilities, from the sublime and unsurpassed @fluffypony to this guy, whose technique is very ... singular.
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May 03, 2018, 04:24:12 PM

What do we think of the Georgia Guidestones?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

It is known that there is a group of elites out there who have a vision for the world that involves massive depopulation. They are not all powerful or anything like some Illuminati myths would have you believe. They are one faction out of maybe four major power factions on the planet. Their leaders are mostly Jewish intellectuals and can be thought of loosely as the neo-liberal establishment. It is reasonably safe to assume that at least some within that clique would be willing to accomplish the depopulation they desire through cataclysm if necessary.

 More imminently there is one coin about to wipe out 50% of all others.


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What do we think of the Georgia Guidestones?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georgia_Guidestones

It is known that there is a group of elites out there who have a vision for the world that involves massive depopulation. They are not all powerful or anything like some Illuminati myths would have you believe. They are one faction out of maybe four major power factions on the planet. Their leaders are mostly Jewish intellectuals and can be thought of loosely as the neo-liberal establishment. It is reasonably safe to assume that at least some within that clique would be willing to accomplish the depopulation they desire through cataclysm if necessary.

Ah yes, that seems much more plausible then "the most widely agreed-upon interpretation of the stones is that they describe the basic concepts required to rebuild a devastated civilization.[2] Author Brad Meltzer notes that the stones were built in 1979 at the height of the Cold War, and thus argues that they may have been intended as a message to the possible survivors of a nuclear World War III. The engraved suggestion to keep humanity's population below 500 million could have been made under the assumption that war had already reduced humanity below this number."

Funny how "it is known" that there is an unknown organisation. Of which you can make 'reasonable' assumptions.

Anyway, conifers are nice trees. Love to know what they have to do with bitcoin too.

The neo-liberals aren't a secret organization... You can order a subscription to foreign affairs from magazines.com for chirst sake. https://www.magazines.com/foreign-affairs-magazine.html
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Wasting too much time staring at the price chart! 
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May 03, 2018, 04:53:56 PM

Special regards to the """""clever""""" bears that sold thousands BTC's below 7K:
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May 03, 2018, 04:56:42 PM

Well, that's a grand way to wake up. tyvm bitebits, thoroughly undeserved. Caught up with merit-giving yay.
Now the race is on between me and TMAN to become the first (+500merits) legendary under the merit regime.
He deserves it, because he participates in the forum as a whole (or not lol), and he's been around 2 more years, but it's up to theymos' randomness thingy now.
There should be a helisub level for serious OG's, say 2012 or before, and lamboat for 13-14.


I thought that ship had already sailed, and Lutpin already made legend under the new system.... ?


There are also a lot of other ranks that had ranked up through the new system too.

On a related note, there do seem to be quite a few inconsistencies in the new system (adding in merit as one of the requirements to rank up), so in that regard, it remains interesting (and perhaps a gossip point) to watch how theymos might be tweaking they system more in the future.

To me, it does seem that a better system would include to vastly increase the number of merit sources (and maybe have a kind of algorithm that would cause a vastly higher number of merit sources - with human oversight too) in order that maybe thousands of members become merit sources rather than our current low number of merit sources (which is currently at 79), but what do I know? just quasi-random ideas on the topic that were triggered by you, V8... Cheesy Cheesy

The source bit is painfully slow to replenish. Spend a few merit wait 30 days. I wasn't even sure they were coming back.

Its a tiny tap. Turned off a lot.

I recall that there were a few times that theymos had designated merit sources, and additionally in the first month after the designation, he had made a mistake in the source replenishment algorithm, so source smerits did not begin to be replenished until around March 5, which was more than 30 days after the initial designation and distribution of source smerits. 

My assumption was that after theymos fixed the replenishment algorithm, then that problem of replenishing the source smerits would have been resolved, except perhaps there still would have been a 30 day delay before any source smerits are replenished, and they also do not seem to be replenished as they were given out, instead the replenishment algorithm seems to have a kind of random trickling component that has not been explained (as far as I know).  So in other words, sources seem to receive a replenishment of smerits that varies on a daily basis and may not receive any new smerits for several days.  Maybe that is what you mean by the seemingly tiny tap aspect?
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May 03, 2018, 04:59:19 PM

did somebody order 95?

how about 96
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May 03, 2018, 04:59:47 PM

Very cute.  Love the miniaturized Bitcoin rocket!


It's not a miniature but a real image of the space shuttle Endeavor...slightly manipulated.

https://www.truthorfiction.com/photo-shows-endeavours-final-launch-clouds/

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Walks like a duck and talks like a duck..it must be a mastodon. Bitcoin pulls out of the pennant with a strong move upwards. Tested a fib line for resistance/support and now appears ready to climb higher as the smell of FOMO fills the air.
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A wee update, as of last night's action I have officially turned a 0.1 BTC profit using my cross-crypto J&J incremental strategy.

It is slow, but it works reliably.

Very cool. Congrats.
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