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Question: Sept. 16 Closing Price:
$5000-$5,500 - 27 (16.1%)
$5,500-$6,000 - 8 (4.8%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 19 (11.3%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 25 (14.9%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 16 (9.5%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 18 (10.7%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 14 (8.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 8 (4.8%)
>$9,000 - 33 (19.6%)
Total Voters: 168

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At age 16, he had a falling out with his father over a property dispute concerning the Ford Mustang. His deeply religious parents did not approve of the purchase and his father attempted to sell the car by placing an advertisement in a local Newspaper. Roger responded by calling the police who threatened to arrest him if he didn’t withdraw the ad. This dispute led to Roger moving out of the family house. He then attended a community college in Cupertino, California called De Anza College for a year before dropping out. After dropping out of college, Roger elected to pursue a number of small business interests.

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September 13, 2018, 03:38:26 PM

my latest tactic for idiots who try to tell me what bitcoin is or isn't or simply people I don't really like ... I try to talk them into buying altcoins, especially ether and ripples tokens, give it the good old pump.

them: what do you think is going on with bitcoin, is it going up?

me: ah, i don't know it's a volatile market anything can happen.

them: should I buy some now or I've missed the boat and have you heard about ether/ripple/litecoin/eos?

me(triggered): yeah you should definitely buy lots of ether, it's the best thing out, once in a lifetime opportunity! (unsaid :to lose all your life savings) ...


... so sick of people asking about crypto and then talking about "blockchain" or shitcoins. Shitcoin scams in our time is a bigger net loser than Mt. Gox, whose customers will actually be made whole in fiat.

Despite my protests and my strong encouragement to buy bitcoin instead, my best friend bought a bunch of ETH at $300 last summer. Bitcoin was around $3,000 at that time.

You literally cannot talk any sense into some people. They're determined to throw their money away.

I think they are the ones that know you were right all along but want to get in and do it a little different than what you said so they can say "see I was right". Even though they don't have the facts there seems to be a inordinate amount of people on this earth that seem to think they are born with knowledge and discount research as fake news. Cheesy

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What does he mean, Ver ratted out his Dad when he was 16?

I had to look that one up too.

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In addition, entrepreneurship played as large a role then as it does now. He started by selling candy bars and pocketing $50 per week. By his 16th birthday, he had saved enough money to purchase himself a white Ford Mustang. His parents largely disapproved of the purchase, and in retaliation, his father placed an ad in the local paper to sell the white Ford Mustang. When Ver called the police, his father was told that they would arrest him if he did not withdraw the ad. This sequence of events caused his parents to kick him out of his house.

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September 13, 2018, 03:42:02 PM

Rejected at $6700 I think

 Wanna bet we break through $6700 by EOD ?  Wink
I think we are on our way to that.

could be ,i would like to see a break through 6700.......
your rick's retirement coming closer again  Roll Eyes
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September 13, 2018, 03:43:29 PM

your rick's retirement coming closer again  Roll Eyes

 Not with the way this momentum is swinging today.

 Sheeit.
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September 13, 2018, 03:43:31 PM

Thanks guys, I gotta say though I'm on his side on that one. Cheesy

Although I'm not sure where he lived but where I live (by law), everything you own is not yours but your parents until you are 18.
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September 13, 2018, 03:47:05 PM
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your rick's retirement coming closer again  Roll Eyes

 Not with the way this momentum is swinging today.

 Sheeit.



bob is this you ??
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September 13, 2018, 03:52:10 PM

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At age 16, he had a falling out with his father over a property dispute concerning the Ford Mustang. His deeply religious parents did not approve of the purchase and his father attempted to sell the car by placing an advertisement in a local Newspaper. Roger responded by calling the police who threatened to arrest him if he didn’t withdraw the ad. This dispute led to Roger moving out of the family house. He then attended a community college in Cupertino, California called De Anza College for a year before dropping out. After dropping out of college, Roger elected to pursue a number of small business interests.

Almost every man I've met in my life that has had a similar adolescent backstory and history with their parents has turned out to be a reckless Narcissist sociopath as an adult. With a constant history of making brash, miscalculated mistakes. Usually involving personal relationships, money/business ventures, or both.

They blame everyone else and society for their problems and ill-fate. They usually end up alone, broke and heavily in debt, or both.
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September 13, 2018, 03:56:13 PM

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lol a little bit of ammo again  Grin




was just as broke as fuck .... BTC down, merit flight away .....



if it continued my weekend would be OG street party instead of FINE dining



LITTLE looking like that  Roll Eyes
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September 13, 2018, 04:14:05 PM

the fall will be slow to 3000, during this time ETH will grow










Da fuck outa here with your shitcoin dreams and one liner proclamations.  Back to the ETH forum for you, Пoнимaю?

this is not advertising, but comparison. ETH has a good reasons for growth 
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=428589.msg45616321#msg45616321

That's just it.  It really doesn't.  It was not designed to be a SOV.  It token was designed to be "gas" on the "world computer" (read: throbbing attack surface).  And even if that was a good idea (it is not) that token should be high velocity and low value.

And that is not even the elephant in the room.  In fact there are thousands of elephants (ICOs) in a room with one tiny door.  We saw a mini stampede this week.  It will get worse.  It has to.

For those who have eyes to see it ETH's future has been certain from the beginning. 

It's too bad that it has to sully the reputation of projects like Bitcoin on it's way to hell. 

But Bitcoin has survived worse.
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At age 16, he had a falling out with his father over a property dispute concerning the Ford Mustang. His deeply religious parents did not approve of the purchase and his father attempted to sell the car by placing an advertisement in a local Newspaper. Roger responded by calling the police who threatened to arrest him if he didn’t withdraw the ad. This dispute led to Roger moving out of the family house. He then attended a community college in Cupertino, California called De Anza College for a year before dropping out. After dropping out of college, Roger elected to pursue a number of small business interests.

Almost every man I've met in my life that has had a similar adolescent backstory and history with their parents has turned out to be a reckless Narcissist sociopath as an adult. With a constant history of making brash, miscalculated mistakes. Usually involving personal relationships, money/business ventures, or both.

They blame everyone else and society for their problems and ill-fate. They usually end up alone, broke and heavily in debt, or both.

Hah, being from a broken family and paying board since I was 15 I never would have had the money to buy that nice a car. But even if I did if my mother didn't want me to have it I would have had to move out to keep it. She would have and did chase me down the street with a bat once! She was like "you think your too big now" and grabbbed a bat and did her best to kill my ass. Cheesy

Damn Redheads are nuts!
*she went through 4 husbands as well. lol


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But Bitcoin has survived worse.

Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Smiley
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This causes so much joy to well up in the cockles of my heart.

It's too bad it won't ruin him completely...  but at least it but a huge dent in him.

He was part of a coordinated attack on Bitcoin.

Also his ASIC business is about to go to hell as well.  It will not take any investors long to see what a shambles his cardboard tent city of a company is worth at this point.  His own chip designer has moved on and is already has working tape outs.

Wu went all in on a "sure thing" and lost.

You know it does make me kinda sad that I can't feel sorry for some of the member of *this* community who have spent the last year waving their private parts in our faces talking about how we were all pooping on Satoshi's true vision and anyonecanspend etc.  There was the constant pompous air of superiority and glib smugness.

Like I said.... hard to feel sorry.  

They will be back soon enough to announce victory on the next dead cat bounce, and then eventually say something like "Well I still have more bitcoin that almost all of you anyway".
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September 13, 2018, 04:32:31 PM

Why are we so optimistic for 16th September closing price?

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September 13, 2018, 04:34:04 PM

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not noticing the pump we are flying to there  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
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 I give.  Which suit is the crypto trader?
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September 13, 2018, 04:40:42 PM

Some people just vote for the highest (mic!) or lowest (r0ach) option every time. I just kind of ignore those when looking at the polls.
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September 13, 2018, 04:43:30 PM

Some people just vote for the highest (mic!) or lowest (r0ach) option every time. I just kind of ignore those when looking at the polls.

We better get a move on if I’m to get the right option in this poll -

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Some people just vote for the highest (mic!) or lowest (r0ach) option every time. I just kind of ignore those when looking at the polls.
I always vote for the highest price . I can't help myself
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At age 16, he had a falling out with his father over a property dispute concerning the Ford Mustang. His deeply religious parents did not approve of the purchase and his father attempted to sell the car by placing an advertisement in a local Newspaper. Roger responded by calling the police who threatened to arrest him if he didn’t withdraw the ad. This dispute led to Roger moving out of the family house. He then attended a community college in Cupertino, California called De Anza College for a year before dropping out. After dropping out of college, Roger elected to pursue a number of small business interests.

Almost every man I've met in my life that has had a similar adolescent backstory and history with their parents has turned out to be a reckless Narcissist sociopath as an adult. With a constant history of making brash, miscalculated mistakes. Usually involving personal relationships, money/business ventures, or both.

They blame everyone else and society for their problems and ill-fate. They usually end up alone, broke and heavily in debt, or both.

You nailed it.
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September 13, 2018, 05:18:00 PM

Some people just vote for the highest (mic!) or lowest (r0ach) option every time. I just kind of ignore those when looking at the polls.


There you got me wrong  Grin (Inf!)
Didn’t vote the highest  Tongue , Just don’t dare Fucking around with the POLL Grin

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September 13, 2018, 05:19:37 PM

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I actually can have iT right  Roll Eyes  gogo btc gogo mic
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