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November 07, 2018, 08:36:42 PM

Don't even consider promising us all drinks. Bob did that and regretted it.

I seem to remember there was yet another unfulfilled promise made on that fateful post.

indeed

Quoting him on that (after months at $6400).


I can see 8000 where I will purchase another $100k Of BTC. What is your plans?

On top of buying drinks for the entire thread, I'll suck your dick if we see $8,000 USD/BTC this year.

You can quote me on that.


Surely, it is good to understand that there are people in the real world and in the online world who over promise and under deliver....

These personalities might be good for drama, comedy and perhaps a few other reasons, but largely it is good to take the assertions of these kinds of peeps with a considerable grain of salt... Surely, there are likely to be fewer dire consequences online, as compared with IRL situations where reliance might really matter. 
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November 07, 2018, 08:46:46 PM

Don't even consider promising us all drinks. Bob did that and regretted it.

I seem to remember there was yet another unfulfilled promise made on that fateful post.

indeed

Quoting him on that (after months at $6400).


I can see 8000 where I will purchase another $100k Of BTC. What is your plans?

On top of buying drinks for the entire thread, I'll suck your dick if we see $8,000 USD/BTC this year.

You can quote me on that.


Surely, it is good to understand that there are people in the real world and in the online world who over promise and under deliver....

These personalities might be good for drama, comedy and perhaps a few other reasons, but largely it is good to take the assertions of these kinds of peeps with a considerable grain of salt... Surely, there are likely to be fewer dire consequences online, as compared with IRL situations where reliance might really matter. 

not real promises, must see the diffrence on when there's something on the line or when its been said like a sort of impossible joke .... like its not possible to go with every single one in the thread and have a drink.....
dick sucking could be a virtual online kind of thing? and possible its even not wanted by the other party ?
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November 07, 2018, 08:48:52 PM
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Don't even consider promising us all drinks. Bob did that and regretted it.

I seem to remember there was yet another unfulfilled promise made on that fateful post.

indeed

Quoting him on that (after months at $6400).


I can see 8000 where I will purchase another $100k Of BTC. What is your plans?

On top of buying drinks for the entire thread, I'll suck your dick if we see $8,000 USD/BTC this year.

You can quote me on that.


Surely, it is good to understand that there are people in the real world and in the online world who over promise and under deliver....

These personalities might be good for drama, comedy and perhaps a few other reasons, but largely it is good to take the assertions of these kinds of peeps with a considerable grain of salt... Surely, there are likely to be fewer dire consequences online, as compared with IRL situations where reliance might really matter. 

not real promises, must see the diffrence on when there's something on the line or when its been said like a sort of impossible joke .... like its not possible to go with every single one in the thread and have a drink.....
dick sucking could be a virtual online kind of thing? and possible its even not wanted by the other party ?
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I demand one or the other!
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November 07, 2018, 08:49:01 PM


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This is me every fucking day. Still waiting to land on this damn moon. I reckon another 3 years to wait before I can live how I want Cheesy

Let's just hope it is not three years of boredom but full of excitement and joy.

Bitcorn remains in a price battle, so a month or two of any kind of flat seems like boredom when such a price battle continues to percolate underneath.

Even if we review the BTC price situation, we do not tend to have lack of price movements for much longer than that.. even the 2015 period of flat was about 8-9 months, but in the middle, there were attempts to break both down and up that resulted in some decent moves (even though concededly relatively "boring"). 

Here, we have had a kind of flat since early February.. while also could be characterized by a downward trajectory that has difficulties breaking below $6k for any significant amount of time.  It seems a bit improbable (even though not impossible) that there would even be another 6 months of BTC flat, and the longer the period of time that there is an expectation of possible flat, the seemingly less and less likely that such flat could be sustained in any kind of meaningful way.  Good luck to anyone who is expecting, betting on or hoping for (a pie in the sky) flat for another 3 years or so from here.   Roll Eyes
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November 07, 2018, 09:18:23 PM

next time a no coiner wants to talk to you about blockchain: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYip_Vuv8J0

Surely, that is a decent video, yet there still seems to be some failure or refusal to understand the differentiation of bitcoin (as compared with blockchain) and the rational for the coin (bitcoin) that incentivizes the securing, development and adoption of the bitcoin network (in contrast to their attempt to parse out and focus on "blockchain.").

Within the video, there is also a kind of emphasis on the transactional aspect of blockchain (again avoiding any kind of meaningful focus on bitcoin) and various kinds of automation that can be innovated more greatly through blockchain... which perhaps purposefully is avoiding both the sound money aspect of bitcoin and how that sound money aspect of bitcoin actually contributes to the incentivizations within bitcoin and allows the other systems (such as smart contracts) to be built out at a lower level (and perhaps  less secure and less decentralized aspect that allows human intervention, if needed.... perhaps a bit more detached from the money aspect of bitcoin too). 

In the end, they do seem to be failing/refusing to recognize that bitcoin has built-in incentives that likely cause it to accomplish a bit more complex set of problems than they seem to be willing to tackle in their seeming inference that some other coin (or blockchain) might supplement bitcoin to solve rather than getting absorbed into bitcoin as the protocol layer to the various complementary other solutions that they suggest to be part of the future world and future developments..
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November 07, 2018, 09:45:30 PM

The tech would be nothing without the money we make on it. Still a worthwhile starting step.
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mmmmm HALVENING, not to long anymore  Grin



heh, as a 'scary tale' this is also the year 1/1/2020 that Craig Wright who claims he is Satoshi says

he will have access to a trust of billions of USD in BTC.

whooooo spooky Smiley




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November 07, 2018, 09:58:42 PM

My state just legalized marijuana, so I have that to keep me entertained for the next three years, I guess.

As if you needed your state to legalize shit to do whatever you want Wink

I'm just lazy. I like the idea of just being able to walk into a store and buy a brownie.

walk to the place?? like you go to it??

geez i had mine delivered.
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November 07, 2018, 10:06:44 PM

My state just legalized marijuana, so I have that to keep me entertained for the next three years, I guess.

As if you needed your state to legalize shit to do whatever you want Wink

I'm just lazy. I like the idea of just being able to walk into a store and buy a brownie.

walk to the place??

geez i had mine delivered.

and then thinking that many even still have to make all there stuff out of nothing  Undecided

on that where used to nice luxury ..... getting all what we want delivered @home ......
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November 07, 2018, 10:10:49 PM

ok..so i never have taken any BCH ...I have 2 2015 btc wallets....i thought perhaps I had to move the BCH off those wallets to a BCH address proper

for the fork to work in whatever manner.

so you are telling me that if/when I ever move my BTC to another 'clean' wallet and have this old BCH wallet address from back in the day (2015) I can

treat that as FIRST BCH address and this BCH fork (bcc?) or whatever would just be another fork to ponder on this now empty BTC address.

i think i got it? is the above correct?

again never spent any, never moved any, just sitting their mocking me in the last year by going down 2/3 (yea ...I'm a mental giant!)

so again, from your post, I assume I don't have to do sh*t even if this BCH forks into 3 coins by the end of the month

again, thanks

brad


Nice, you can dump all the retarded forks at once!


In case I will be graced with a cap, as I have no avatar at the moment, I would like it to be Rick themed. Rick is my spirit animal.

You mean this?

https://www.latlmes.com/breaking/your-sensational-news-headline-here-1


https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/06/ex-jp-morgan-trader-pleads-guilty-to-manipulating-metals-markets.html
    John Edmonds, 36, pleaded guilty to one count of commodities fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, price manipulation and spoofing.
    Edmonds, a 13-year J.P. Morgan veteran, said that he learned how to manipulate prices from more senior traders and that his supervisors at the firm knew of his actions.
also reported by: https://www.ft.com/content/79658b20-e1e0-11e8-a6e5-792428919cee
archived: https://archive.is/nYIUg


in entirely other https://twitter.com/Pinoynina/status/1059891500006498306

Say it ain't so! Really, fraud in the metals markets?

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WTF? Stop respect, rape woman. She's not to bright, we do read left to right in these here parts.






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November 07, 2018, 10:24:06 PM

Don't even consider promising us all drinks. Bob did that and regretted it.

I seem to remember there was yet another unfulfilled promise made on that fateful post.

indeed

Quoting him on that (after months at $6400).


I can see 8000 where I will purchase another $100k Of BTC. What is your plans?

On top of buying drinks for the entire thread, I'll suck your dick if we see $8,000 USD/BTC this year.

You can quote me on that.


Surely, it is good to understand that there are people in the real world and in the online world who over promise and under deliver....

These personalities might be good for drama, comedy and perhaps a few other reasons, but largely it is good to take the assertions of these kinds of peeps with a considerable grain of salt... Surely, there are likely to be fewer dire consequences online, as compared with IRL situations where reliance might really matter.  

not real promises, must see the diffrence on when there's something on the line or when its been said like a sort of impossible joke .... like its not possible to go with every single one in the thread and have a drink.....

Yeah right.. there is a need for a defense here?  Someone makes a promise and then just bails?  right.   Roll Eyes   Roll Eyes   Roll Eyes

dick sucking could be a virtual online kind of thing? and possible its even not wanted by the other party ?
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Who cares what is the actual promise?  There is still a bailing out when a guy or gal promises something and doesn't even attempt to deliver.  Should make sense, right?  I have not seen any adequate defense of this, yet.  That's for sure.   Embarrassed


I demand one or the other!

You are getting soft, infofront.  Why not both?

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November 07, 2018, 10:51:22 PM

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yeah but the word promes is where ??

i just obviously can see when the meaning is real or to laugh..... those kind of things are not like when i open a game and set a few rules and try to reach much of the people on the forum etc ...... but i think everybody will have an own opinion     (gonna leave it there Roll Eyes  )
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I demand one or the other!

You are getting soft, infofront.  Why not both?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4RBWGw3lNo

One steak or two steaks?

Can I have both?
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almost time to go to my HODLcave


PEEP


gonna leave this one here long time no see


?? sideways/boringASf***/#honeybadger don't give a F***

Edit: finaly in it .... much over time Roll Eyes
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November 07, 2018, 10:58:36 PM

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yeah but the word promes is where ??

i just obviously can see when the meaning is real or to laugh..... those kind of things are not like when i open a game and set a few rules and try to reach much of the people on the forum etc ...... but i think everybody will have an own opinion     (gonna leave it there Roll Eyes  )

Should not promise something if you are not going to deliver...., and the situation becomes more absurd when you proclaim it to be a joke after the condition precedent becomes a reality that should have triggered the filling of a promise...

And yeah, people have differing opinions because some people accept when other people promise and don't deliver and think that such behavior is acceptable.
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right i think i remember some post of you having difficulty's with german banks .....

when i'm @poker tournaments and talk with german players..... many are into crypto but then again, thats a small group as well of course.

Heading in for a few days of poker shortly. Only cash games for me thoug, I've only played 2 tourneys in my life and only because they were bounties. I do enjoy taking heads. Cheesy



Direct link? twatter's non JS version does not provide links.


OT: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/06/stock-futures-open-flat-as-investors-await-midterm-elections-results.html

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Along with gaining clarity on the midterm's outcome, investors were bullish because they believe the Washington gridlock scenario will be best for the market, allowing President Donald Trump's business-friendly policies to continue but keeping a check on some of his more disruptive market actions like the trade battle with China. History has also pointed to strong returns for equity markets when Congress is divided.

So there it is, folks. Wall Street actually prefers Washington gridlocked, divided, and getting nothing accomplished but spending taxpayer money to do nothing.  Roll Eyes

Washington prefers gridlock as well. The Oligarchy fights for status quo.


Early Bitcoin Adopter Gavin Newsom won an easy victory on Tuesday night in the race for California Governor.

Democrat Newson won against Republican John Cox by a landslide. 51-year-old Newsom had been trying his luck to become governor for a decade and has finally succeeded to become the governor of California state.


https://blockmanity.com/news/bitcoin/early-bitcoin-adopter-gavin-newsom-gets-elected-governor-of-california/

They don't define "Early Bitcoin Adopter".

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There have been controversies this year over politicians accepting Cryptocurrency donations to their campaigns. Due to worries about foreign interference especially with the use of privacy coins like Monero,

w00ps Cheesy


Damn just realized that 2020 is just around the corner. And I started zoning a few pages back and have no clue wtf u guys are jabbering about! Cheesy



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https://twitter.com/1thousandx/status/1059789209572139009
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Without JS that link only provides this link.



Lol, found it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rGuH0vBLLs

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Pamping the shitcoins first to throw off the newb investors and traders

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