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welcome back, JimboToronto. how are you? how is your traveling going?

Actually, I've been back in Toronto since the end of May.

It's the rainy season in the Yucatan Peninsula. It pours rain almost every day, it's far too hot and humid, and insects rule. There's also the constant threat of hurricanes.

There are insects in Ontario of course, but not in downtown Toronto (except cockroaches, fleas, etc.) and even in the country the mosquitoes don't carry the same nasty diseases as the ones in the tropics.

Luckily, the weather here is at its best when it's at its worst down there, and vice versa.  Mid-November to mid-May is lovely, nice and dry with warm days and cool nights.

With that in mind, I scheduled my dental implant surgery for November 10.
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July 21, 2018, 03:48:04 PM

I have to admit all this jibber-jabber about boats makes me that much less inclined to ever want to buy one. New indoor carpeting? Sounds positively bourgeois.

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I have to admit all this jibber-jabber about boats makes me that much less inclined to ever want to buy one. New indoor carpeting? Sounds positively bourgeois.



Someone once said that if it has tits or tires it'll end up costing you. The same goes for keels.

If I've gotta choose one of the three, I'll take the tits.
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July 21, 2018, 04:08:26 PM

Heueristic:   I may have overstated the case.  The FBI is actively investigating donations to the NRA by a Russian central banker called Alexander Torshin who is a lifetime member of the NRA.  Maria Butina was Torshin’s “assistant”, also a lifetime member of the NRA.  They are the only Russians with that status.  The donations are believed to have been passed on to the Trump campaign.  

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html

The NRA is believed to have spent up to $70 million in total on Trumps campaign.  


This is a really long document - 165 pages of testimony to the House Intelligence Committee.  The gist of it is that Trump’s businesses globally did not make any money and that historically he has been propped up and extended credit by the Russian mafia.  Almost all of his inner circle have ties to the Russian mafia.  And the Russian mafia is ultimately controlled by Putin.  

Have a read:  https://docs.house.gov/meetings/IG/IG00/20180118/106796/HMTG-115-IG00-20180118-SD002.pdf

The FBI no longer has any credibility.
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July 21, 2018, 04:31:01 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Sill going sideways, with the odd hiccup, in the mid-$7000s range... currently $7360USD/$9680CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

When Lambo?

You only need about 400 BTC to buy a Lambo.

A Lambo costs almost $3mUSD?

I think I'll pass on wasting bitcoins on something as silly as a car.

Oops, math error.  Embarrassed About 40 is more like it.
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July 21, 2018, 04:49:41 PM

When moon sirs? 1W almost closed
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July 21, 2018, 05:01:51 PM

I have to admit all this jibber-jabber about boats makes me that much less inclined to ever want to buy one. New indoor carpeting? Sounds positively bourgeois.
Oh yes, I am a poof of the worst sort.

Actually I just got a new carpet in my apartment and there was a piece left over, so might as well use it. I'm specifically making the tub as livable as possible, just to see if it can be done.
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July 21, 2018, 05:06:54 PM

I have to admit all this jibber-jabber about boats makes me that much less inclined to ever want to buy one. New indoor carpeting? Sounds positively bourgeois.
Oh yes, I am a poof of the worst sort.

Actually I just got a new carpet in my apartment and there was a piece left over, so might as well use it. I'm specifically making the tub as livable as possible, just to see if it can be done.

I must have known that would come across as an insult. Mea culpa. I was just talking about me tho.
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July 21, 2018, 05:13:44 PM

welcome back, JimboToronto. how are you? how is your traveling going?

Actually, I've been back in Toronto since the end of May.

It's the rainy season in the Yucatan Peninsula. It pours rain almost every day, it's far too hot and humid, and insects rule. There's also the constant threat of hurricanes.

There are insects in Ontario of course, but not in downtown Toronto (except cockroaches, fleas, etc.) and even in the country the mosquitoes don't carry the same nasty diseases as the ones in the tropics.

Luckily, the weather here is at its best when it's at its worst down there, and vice versa.  Mid-November to mid-May is lovely, nice and dry with warm days and cool nights.

With that in mind, I scheduled my dental implant surgery for November 10.

thumbs up. have the same plan for the winter this year.  Wink
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July 21, 2018, 05:17:40 PM

I have to admit all this jibber-jabber about boats makes me that much less inclined to ever want to buy one. New indoor carpeting? Sounds positively bourgeois.
Oh yes, I am a poof of the worst sort.

Actually I just got a new carpet in my apartment and there was a piece left over, so might as well use it. I'm specifically making the tub as livable as possible, just to see if it can be done.

I must have known that would come across as an insult. Mea culpa. I was just talking about me tho.
No, not at all. We are just having fun here. No worries.
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July 21, 2018, 05:28:57 PM

The gist of it is that Trump’s businesses globally did not make any money and that historically he has been propped up and extended credit by the Russian mafia.

Nice try douchebag Jew shill.  Everyone knows NYC is controlled by the Jews and then a few Italians 100 rungs down the ladder below the Jews.  Those are the only two possible groups Trump could be propped up by if he's operating in NYC.  If he was propped up by any Russians, they would be Jewish Khazar oligarchs who are mostly anti-ethnic Russian.  I hope you cry when all the dual citizen Jewish spies in US govt are executed just like the Rosenbergs were.  Jews are the real espionage threat, not Russians.
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July 21, 2018, 05:43:21 PM

We also need Bob's gaydar powers to analyze this situation:

https://dailystormer.name/is-the-unfunny-jewish-comedian-michael-ian-black-a-homosexual-pedophile/

I mean, look at those tweets.  Not even bob types shit like this.  Just looking at his face alone is a dead giveaway.
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July 21, 2018, 06:04:09 PM

Heueristic:   I may have overstated the case.  The FBI is actively investigating donations to the NRA by a Russian central banker called Alexander Torshin who is a lifetime member of the NRA.  Maria Butina was Torshin’s “assistant”, also a lifetime member of the NRA.  They are the only Russians with that status.  The donations are believed to have been passed on to the Trump campaign.  

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html

The NRA is believed to have spent up to $70 million in total on Trumps campaign.  
The thing about PACs is that they don't give the money to the campaign. They do things like run ads in support of the candidate (you know how at the end they have to say who paid for the ad).

Russia really did not want Hillary to win...she and the Democrat party had been bought out by the old USSR elite who still have a lot of wealth but are no longer in power. But they want back into power. Only one problem...Putin is there. So they work with the Democrats to drum up fear of Russia in the US so that we can go to war with them to topple the leadership and put the old bosses back into power (ever wonder why Russia are suddenly the bad guys again?).

If the NRA was not allowed to take foreign money then that's pretty cut and dry. If they can, then no law was broken.
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July 21, 2018, 06:08:30 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

Sill going sideways, with the odd hiccup, in the mid-$7000s range... currently $7360USD/$9680CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

When Lambo?

You only need about 400 BTC to buy a Lambo.

A Lambo costs almost $3mUSD?

I think I'll pass on wasting bitcoins on something as silly as a car.

Oops, math error.  Embarrassed About 40 is more like it.

So once bitcoin hits $10 grand, the math will be soooo much easier.
Then you just work in finneys or millys or satoshis or wtf the term is
for the one with the decimal at the dollar position (idk,maybe there isn't one, but there should be)....
damn bitcoin decimal places! ...too frickin many of em!!!



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July 21, 2018, 06:10:54 PM

Slow and steady.

I think we're entering Bitcorn season for this year, finally !!!

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Heueristic:   I may have overstated the case.  The FBI is actively investigating donations to the NRA by a Russian central banker called Alexander Torshin who is a lifetime member of the NRA.  Maria Butina was Torshin’s “assistant”, also a lifetime member of the NRA.  They are the only Russians with that status.  The donations are believed to have been passed on to the Trump campaign.  

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html

The NRA is believed to have spent up to $70 million in total on Trumps campaign.  
The thing about PACs is that they don't give the money to the campaign. They do things like run ads in support of the candidate (you know how at the end they have to say who paid for the ad).

Russia really did not want Hillary to win...she and the Democrat party had been bought out by the old USSR elite who still have a lot of wealth but are no longer in power. But they want back into power. Only one problem...Putin is there. So they work with the Democrats to drum up fear of Russia in the US so that we can go to war with them to topple the leadership and put the old bosses back into power (ever wonder why Russia are suddenly the bad guys again?).

If the NRA was not allowed to take foreign money then that's pretty cut and dry. If they can, then no law was broken.


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My son plays online games with friends in Russia

Does anyone really think the millennial's believe a word these Russian stories are saying


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July 21, 2018, 06:14:51 PM

Heueristic:   I may have overstated the case.  The FBI is actively investigating donations to the NRA by a Russian central banker called Alexander Torshin who is a lifetime member of the NRA.  Maria Butina was Torshin’s “assistant”, also a lifetime member of the NRA.  They are the only Russians with that status.  The donations are believed to have been passed on to the Trump campaign.  

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html

The NRA is believed to have spent up to $70 million in total on Trumps campaign.  
The thing about PACs is that they don't give the money to the campaign. They do things like run ads in support of the candidate (you know how at the end they have to say who paid for the ad).

Russia really did not want Hillary to win...she and the Democrat party had been bought out by the old USSR elite who still have a lot of wealth but are no longer in power. But they want back into power. Only one problem...Putin is there. So they work with the Democrats to drum up fear of Russia in the US so that we can go to war with them to topple the leadership and put the old bosses back into power (ever wonder why Russia are suddenly the bad guys again?).

If the NRA was not allowed to take foreign money then that's pretty cut and dry. If they can, then no law was broken.


 Grin Grin Grin Grin

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The Russians, The Russian, oh my god the Russians

My son plays online games with friends in Russia

Does anyone really think the millennial's believe a word these Russian stories are saying

When I was a kid the TV told me that I need to hate the Russians. Then things changed in the late 80s and the TV told me I can like the Russians. Now the TV is telling me to hate the Russians again.
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Heueristic:   I may have overstated the case.  The FBI is actively investigating donations to the NRA by a Russian central banker called Alexander Torshin who is a lifetime member of the NRA.  Maria Butina was Torshin’s “assistant”, also a lifetime member of the NRA.  They are the only Russians with that status.  The donations are believed to have been passed on to the Trump campaign.  

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article195231139.html

The NRA is believed to have spent up to $70 million in total on Trumps campaign.  
The thing about PACs is that they don't give the money to the campaign. They do things like run ads in support of the candidate (you know how at the end they have to say who paid for the ad).

Russia really did not want Hillary to win...she and the Democrat party had been bought out by the old USSR elite who still have a lot of wealth but are no longer in power. But they want back into power. Only one problem...Putin is there. So they work with the Democrats to drum up fear of Russia in the US so that we can go to war with them to topple the leadership and put the old bosses back into power (ever wonder why Russia are suddenly the bad guys again?).

If the NRA was not allowed to take foreign money then that's pretty cut and dry. If they can, then no law was broken.


 Grin Grin Grin Grin

Futhermore
The Russians, The Russian, oh my god the Russians

My son plays online games with friends in Russia

Does anyone really think the millennial's believe a word these Russian stories are saying

When I was a kid the TV told me that I need to hate the Russians. Then things changed in the late 80s and the TV told me I can like the Russians. Now the TV is telling me to hate the Russians again.

The next generation do not watch TV
They missed the propaganda, and those using it lost control


First time my Son saw Hillary Clinton he asked, whats wrong with her and why does she hate Russia

I said because she sold Uranium to Vladimar and she dose not want anyone to know
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July 21, 2018, 06:20:07 PM


Good for pumping the BTC price, and perhaps moves the odds of approval from around 45% to 65%, but far from a certainty... and if we get a pump before the news of a disapproval, then we would likely get a dump at the time of such disapproval.

If we get an approval, we still might get a subsequent dump, no?... but surely in the long run, an ETF causes a lot more additional demand on BTC supply so has to positively effect BTC price, just like the halvenings, that  have frequently ben described as dumping events, but in the long run inevitably seem to force the BTC price to go up, no matter what the wannabe BTC price manipulators want.
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July 21, 2018, 06:22:36 PM

i think ETF from SEC on 16 of next month have positive reply form SEC... and this create a new boom for mainstream ... are you ready for new All Time High?? buy now bitcoin only 21 milion... take your seat on the bitcoin shuttle  Wink
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