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August 19, 2018, 01:31:13 PM

All depends this coming weekly close and this coming weekly candle. If the coming week comes out a decent green candle, the odds will be re-testing those resistance lines. Check out the chaikin money flow indicator. Its last strong upward moment was prior to December 2017. Fingers crossed.

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August 19, 2018, 01:48:54 PM

Scenario for a positive trend in early October, namely on October 3 to October 5, set the peak price 9k
This scenario is feasible when BTC crosses 7k2 and stays around 6k


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Cool but I really hope none of us will ever have to use his/her BTC stash for such purposes.  Cool
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If the traffic for this thread is anything to go by, and it usually is, then prepare for a major dump or rise any second because traffic is...zero.  The Chinese pump and dumpers always attempt pumps when nobody is looking, and natural market forces always dump to hell and back when...nobody gives a shit about bitcoin at the time.  I doubt the bottom is in because I've seen ZERO people in this thread say "is bitcoin dead?" in a serious manner.

Back when the price was hovering around $200 and then crashed to like $170 or whatever it was, a lot of people then (myself included) thought shitcoins had a good probability of dying never to be seen again (even though I bought anyway just because they were relatively cheap at the time).  You see absolutely NOBODY worrying about that now.  You have all these rubes sitting around talking about lambos and "seasteads", which probably means epic crash still due in the future from no marginal buyer.  

In fact, the only way bitcoin could actually pump in this environment when you have so many people sitting there waiting to dump on whoever pumps it, is if bitcoin is a govt run scam to try and trick people into a cashless society slavery system.  Hilariously, this is exactly how the bitcoin market seems to function - always a single entity on Bitfinex controlling the price with a seemingly infinite amount of money trying to prop it up like they're running an ESF operation wide out in the open.  Albeit, it's also possible the Bitfinex owners themselves are just Bernie Madoff scammers and created an exact replica of MtGox.
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August 19, 2018, 04:35:54 PM
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No way that poop patrol will work...
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August 19, 2018, 05:16:02 PM

No way that poop patrol will work...

Remember a while back when San Fransisco was famous for being a hotbed of homosexuality ?

Now it's becoming famous for being a hotbed of feces, and many centrist and right-leaning gays have fled the place entirely.

It took what ? All of a decade to transform into a literal shit-hole ?

Sad.
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August 19, 2018, 05:42:46 PM

No way that poop patrol will work...

Remember a while back when San Fransisco was famous for being a hotbed of homosexuality ?

Now it's becoming famous for being a hotbed of feces, and many centrist and right-leaning gays have fled the place entirely.

It took what ? All of a decade to transform into a literal shit-hole ?

Sad.


What percentage of gays would you say lean right? I only know you and one other so it's hard for me to gauge but I think it can't be more than 10%, probably less than 5%.
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August 19, 2018, 06:12:01 PM

What percentage of gays would you say lean right? I only know you and one other so it's hard for me to gauge but I think it can't be more than 10%, probably less than 5%.

I honestly could not begin to accurately speculate. My peer-group would skew things towards center and right-of-center. I do have some lefty friends that I tolerate with the tacit understanding that we do not talk about politics at all.

I'm not fond of pulling things out of my ass - never know what's going to appear - but if I were to guesstimate a figure, I would say approximately 20-25% of the gay population leans center to right-of-center, it's just that they keep their political leanings "in the closet".

What a strange and mercurial world we occupy; In many circles, it's now worse to be labeled a conservative, than it is a homosexual.
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August 19, 2018, 06:17:35 PM

It’s worse to be a leftie than a homosexual on this forum so you got that going for you.
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August 19, 2018, 06:22:10 PM

It’s worse to be a leftie than a homosexual on this forum so you got that going for you.
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August 19, 2018, 06:25:02 PM

I enjoyed hearing your perspective in that post r0ach, thanks for not shitting all over it. Wink
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It’s worse to be a leftie than a homosexual on this forum so you got that going for you.

My anecdotal personal experience confirms this. I have never found bobs gay stuff quite as unpleasant as some of your leftie stuff.
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August 19, 2018, 06:31:16 PM

As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.   I take it addressing the symptoms rather than the cause is the conservative approach.  
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August 19, 2018, 06:33:06 PM

Damm, so many bears in Twitter. I feel like the weekly candle which is undecided.
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August 19, 2018, 06:44:59 PM

As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.

Why stop there ?

Why not just argue for more public housing ?
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August 19, 2018, 06:46:03 PM

As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.   I take it addressing the symptoms rather than the cause is the conservative approach.  

Poop on the public streets is a symptom of public streets.

Privatize it all and you won't have people pooping on other peoples' private property. And if they do, the owner cleans it up. If the owner has to clean up enough poop...they eventually realize that having a toilet is easier.

In Germany they usually charge about 1 euro to use the toilet. They are very clean and well maintained.

Everyone in Germany knows to keep a few euros on hand in case you need to use a toilet.
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August 19, 2018, 06:48:53 PM

As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.

Why stop there ?

Why not just argue for more public housing ?

I don’t know much about public housing.  Public toilets are cheap and quick to build to address what seems to be an important public health issue.
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As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.   I take it addressing the symptoms rather than the cause is the conservative approach.  

Poop on the public streets is a symptom of public streets.

Privatize it all and you won't have people pooping on other peoples' private property. And if they do, the owner cleans it up. If the owner has to clean up enough poop...they eventually realize that having a toilet is easier.

In Germany they usually charge about 1 euro to use the toilet. They are very clean and well maintained.

Everyone in Germany knows to keep a few euros on hand in case you need to use a toilet.

I thought Starbuck's new policy of inclusion would have resolved the poop dilemma?

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August 19, 2018, 07:06:28 PM

As a leftie I would suggest maybe you need more public toilets in SF.

Why stop there ?

Why not just argue for more public housing ?

I don’t know much about public housing.  Public toilets are cheap and quick to build to address what seems to be an important public health issue.

Or maybe it's handouts to these dregs that are drawing them in. Your appraisal is tantamount to suggesting the leaving more cheese on the floor will help with a rat problem.
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