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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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July 17, 2018, 08:45:50 PM

No Vegeta memes?

Guys I’m disappointed.

It's a little early for rockets, trains, moons and Carolina fiddles. We're still only in 4 digits. Nice rally today though.

Vegeta? Isn't that some character from some children's cartoon show? Gotta be the lamest meme ever.
There is a reason every nerd on the internet knows it. It's because it's a good show.

Also I got this cool poster with one of the most iconic scenes: https://www.thetshirtcollection.com/products/super-saiyan-goku-kamehameha-vs-vegeta-galick-gun-van-gogh-style-poster-18x24-tl00822po

Besides being pretty to look at, it's a reminder of what I'm working on and it helps sort out who is worth socializing with and who isn't. People who get offended over it are the type who can't and won't try to understand what's happening in the world.
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July 17, 2018, 08:52:43 PM
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Is this a bear trap or .......Huh Huh




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July 17, 2018, 08:55:47 PM

Court of Public Opinion



This session is now open

The case

Roger Ver's Failed Projects Customers/Users and Investors   vs'   Roger Ver, Rich Supporters and Paid Shills
You cannot continue to advise people projects are OK to use that keep failing


The Story
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2040221.msg42374148#msg42374148


The Paid Shill
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2040221.msg42374070#msg42374070


We shall take it to the public court then as you say, the social platforms, advertisements, TV, radio etc etc etc
and let them decide



Bcash shills need to be on notice, the more the public see the multitude of Rogers failed projects the more you are are gonna be an accessory, past projects as well.

The blockchain does not lie.



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July 17, 2018, 08:57:56 PM

Yes, Torque - he has every right to ask NATO members to spend 2% on defence, as it's part of the NATO principles (and I cannot blame him) and it's also true that not everyone pays their dues.  However, it is a separate issue to trade and the 'EU" as the EU isn't a NATO member, and NATO is far more than just the countries of the EU.

It's all related. Germany subsidizes Russia's military with lucrative energy contracts. Germany then forces the US to subsidize the defense of Germany by not spending the 2% they promised. To add injury to insult, Germany/EU tariff the shit out of US goods. Sounds like a great ally to me.

On the 2% - you're correct. 

As for tariffs...  Average tariffs between US and EU were I believe between 3% - 5% (a tad more in unweighted terms for the EU - but not 'massive') so it was relatively insignificant until the latest trade kerfuffle, of course.
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July 17, 2018, 08:59:58 PM

On point.

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I just want to say to please approve this ETF so that my Dad can buy bitcoin on his own and stop bothering me every month to buy it for him. This would make my life much better if he can do this on his own in his Charles Swabb account or something. Just sayin!
Thanks.
"Baby boomers, most of which clueless", I said, or something to that effect. I could have added "but some of their children do have a clue". By the way, I think it's more or less the same with Generation-X people. Millennials are more tuned in.
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July 17, 2018, 09:00:36 PM

Low volatile = To The Moon Soon.

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July 17, 2018, 09:04:53 PM

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Concept only - not to scale.



Chart now.  Its a sucker's rally, unless an ETF is approved which is highly unlikely.



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July 17, 2018, 09:08:07 PM

Posted less than 24 hours ago:

Concept only - not to scale.



Chart now.  Its a sucker's rally, unless an ETF is approved which is highly unlikely.



I would place a little bet on a weekend warning. But I might be wrong about weekends - they're phasing out weekend dumps lately.
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July 17, 2018, 09:11:15 PM

Yeah I'm trying not to think at daily or weekly scales.  I'm trying to focus on monthly or annual cycles.  On that basis I'm calling for a true bottom in early 2019.
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July 17, 2018, 09:11:26 PM

Some big fish just moved the price up. Probably a Blackrock operation. Hardly a rally. They will take their dirty profits off the table soon enough I guess.

Whoa is me.
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Some big fish just moved the price up. Probably a Blackrock operation. Hardly a rally. They will take their dirty profits off the table soon enough I guess.

Whoa is me.

You used to be so bubbly and fun loving. Now you're like a ghost moaning laments down the corridors of a collapsed mansion.

Here's to your getting your sparkle back some day.
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July 17, 2018, 09:15:55 PM

No Vegeta memes?
Guys I’m disappointed.



Happy now ?

EDIT: Lulz. Spotted on Twitter. Too NSFW to post an image, so here, risky click for some of you.
https://twitter.com/BTC4USD/status/1019287205020426242
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Cheesy

Brilliant
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July 17, 2018, 09:16:36 PM

The rally is being driven by an EMA crossing on the daily.  I can't really see what will drive it from here.  

The last time we crossed was in April when we went from $7.8k then ran out of steam at $9.9k.

On that basis we might make it as high as ~$8.5k on this rally. 

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July 17, 2018, 09:20:15 PM

What's that, like the 7 and 30 EMA's. Anybody/anybot trade those?
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July 17, 2018, 09:44:37 PM

Full disclosure, I have vaguely collectivist leanings. Throbbing, unfettered global capital run amok has occupied every housing market on the planet. It’s time the filthy rich were forced to park their money in Bitcoin.

There's no such thing as capitalism if you have a central bank.  The central bank and it's insiders can move the economy in any direction they choose by doing things like manipulating interest rates, then front run their own manipulation to siphon off every dime on the planet.  There's a reason having a central bank is one of the main tenets of communism. 

In case you're unable to figure it out, the only purpose of communism is to centralize all wealth and power so a small cabal can then steal it all, or simply rule over the peons as kings.  Anytime you see a Jew promoting communism, all it is is the Jews trying to trick people into handing over the keys and resources of their civilization over to their evil cult.  This is why criticizing Jewry was punishable by death in Russia...because they were the ones running communism for the benefit of the top members of organized Jewry while the other 99.9% of civilization suffered.
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July 17, 2018, 09:44:47 PM

No Vegeta memes?

Guys I’m disappointed.

Find me a vageta meme that communicates the idea "it's under 9000 but still really impressive" and I'll be impressed.

https://knowyourmeme.com/photos/984809-vinesauce
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July 17, 2018, 09:49:40 PM



The "on Coinbase" part may be the very best of it all...
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July 17, 2018, 09:51:31 PM

JJG's stalwart refusal to entertain any notion not currently within his self-imposed event horizon may eventually lead to his downfall.

I had my downfall already. It was epic. 6/10. Would not do again.

Yeah you should be casso-wary of doing that again.

Is that what that stogie-chompin', helmet-wearin' bird was? I mistook it for a simple ostrich.
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July 17, 2018, 09:52:27 PM

Next time just buy moa on the way up, and sell moa on the way down.

Now you've got me really confused. I feel like a dodo.
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July 17, 2018, 09:52:46 PM

JJG's stalwart refusal to entertain any notion not currently within his self-imposed event horizon may eventually lead to his downfall.

I had my downfall already. It was epic. 6/10. Would not do again.

Yeah you should be casso-wary of doing that again.

Is that what that stogie-chompin', helmet-wearin' bird was? I mistook it for a simple ostrich.
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