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Question: Oct. 31 Closing Price:
$0 - 4 (5.5%)
<$7,000 - 8 (11%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 5 (6.8%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 8 (11%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 14 (19.2%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 10 (13.7%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 5 (6.8%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 4 (5.5%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 5 (6.8%)
>$10,500 - 4 (5.5%)
>$20,000 - 6 (8.2%)
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You all are really a bit obsessed with your roach toyboy, aren't you?

That's what i was thinking at this exact instant ! Who are you ? Are you me from another verse ?
I'm you from the future - you have to send all your BTC to you (me) to prevent harm and save the world!  Grin
(also never trust men in pink underwear)

You might wanna check this.  Grin

I'm You, Dickhead (short film, 2014)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAUjt7KWp9A

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January 09, 2019, 05:35:05 PM

You all are really a bit obsessed with your roach toyboy, aren't you?

That's what i was thinking at this exact instant ! Who are you ? Are you me from another verse ?
I'm you from the future - you have to send all your BTC to you (me) to prevent harm and save the world!  Grin
(also never trust men in pink underwear)

But does the world deserve to be saved in the first place ?
I have to clear this with the you from the past...stay tuned...
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January 09, 2019, 05:50:03 PM

Im the baby

OG WO member, source, Hodler, btc believer etc

But not the baby

Baby accounts as mine, d_eddie, goldkingcoiner, VB1001, Lambies Slayer, HM, etc

Peasant are like r0ach, butterscotch cartman etc


Missing = rosewater foundation......

My original account is a lot older, but during the great troll wars of 2015 it was banned from posting for using weapons of mass doxstruction and troll crimes against humanity. I did what I had to do because I serve and slay at the pleasure of King Bitcoin, so no regrets Cool

Even though you proclaim to be bitcoin bullish, and your posts tend to spout out bullish bitcoin sentiments, mostly, your posts are not doing any service to either bitcoin or this thread. 

First, you generally have been spout out bullish statements without backing them up, and accordingly, those statements tend to be so bullish that they come off as disingenuous and therefore making fun of peeps who are genuinely bitcoin bullish based on legitimate considerations.

Second, your main topics tend to be largely aimed at personal attacks, allegedly aimed at bitcoin bears, such as roach and gembitz, but who gives a shit about those posters.  they do not need to be emphasized.  They get enough attention without you adding to their attention, even in a thread-cluttering way.  Anyhow, your posts tend to amplify their posts when you incessant respond to their nonsense.
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January 09, 2019, 05:51:24 PM



Who is just saying?  Not you.
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January 09, 2019, 05:52:38 PM

Must suck to be spoiled with good looks?

Good looks don't count for all that much. Most of the female attention I could be arsed with arrived when I've been corpulent with hair sprouting from every pore. And no matter what my body fat levels are I usually dress and smell like a wino.

Har Mar Superstar has had more action than most of us will ever know.



The average Incel mass murderer is usually rather pleasant to look at and no doubt utterly skin crawling to interact with.

I have known one bloke in my life with a quite astounding X factor. Almost every other female he comes across tries to get in his panties. He's a totally broke skinny short arse with a nose the size of Rhose Island.

Ok.  So what was your personal secret then? I am on about this topic based on your claim that you had a lot of lady success in your younger days, and I was assuming that you were strong in the looks department.  I recall on of the posters making that assertion earlier.. I cannot remember which one, maybe not you.

Anyhow, many guys struggle to get laid on a regular basis?   And especially struggle to keep up variety of girls.  You know the 80/20 rule?

So perhaps my question is whether historically, you had some kind of charisma, rather than looks or money?  or was it something else?

That reminds me of one of my roommates and best friends in college. He was an average looking guy who women flocked to. We could walk into a bar and beautiful girls would buy him drinks. He had that X factor - even more than charisma, like some kind of invisible aura.
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January 09, 2019, 05:57:32 PM

BTC is the best for store of value but is still unable to handle the world at large
a) I totally disagree
b) You're using a generalized, boil-the-ocean argument
c) As opposed to what shitcoin that can?

and there are many edge cases that others can fit just fine.
What edge cases are so crucial and desparately needed? 99.999999999999% of people don't even own Bitcoin right now.

You are exaggerating Torque.

There are probably nearly .5% of the world that own some bitcoin, and in any event, my .5% estimate is likely to be much closer to reality than your .0000000000001% estimate.
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January 09, 2019, 05:57:47 PM

You all are really a bit obsessed with your roach toyboy, aren't you?

That's what i was thinking at this exact instant ! Who are you ? Are you me from another verse ?
I'm you from the future - you have to send all your BTC to you (me) to prevent harm and save the world!  Grin
(also never trust men in pink underwear)

You might wanna check this.  Grin

I'm You, Dickhead (short film, 2014)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAUjt7KWp9A


Didn't know that yet...hillarious and inspiring
Hit me right into my trauma of 2011
"I'm you dickhead. Buy bitcoin NOW...not later!"
On the other side...i might have to deal now with the "Sold everything 2014 me", the "still-whale me", or the "where is that fucking harddrive?!" me"   Grin
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January 09, 2019, 06:16:16 PM

A very nice Twitter thread on bitcoin by Coindesk:

https://twitter.com/coindesk/status/1083060893280321536
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January 09, 2019, 06:17:29 PM


As you can see its a screenshot of words....
I never say anything, just to make it easy for upcoming comments Roll Eyes
Just see and read if not interested .... just skip Tongue
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January 09, 2019, 06:33:04 PM
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Ok.  So what was your personal secret then? I am on about this topic based on your claim that you had a lot of lady success in your younger days, and I was assuming that you were strong in the looks department.  I recall on of the posters making that assertion earlier.. I cannot remember which one, maybe not you.

Anyhow, many guys struggle to get laid on a regular basis?   And especially struggle to keep up variety of girls.  You know the 80/20 rule?

So perhaps my question is whether historically, you had some kind of charisma, rather than looks or money?  or was it something else?

I have no idea. Does anyone have any idea about their own effects on others?

The only thing I might be more than others I've observed is totally myself. I don't pander to anyone. I don't give a shit about impressing anyone. I'm not out to belittle or control anyone. Collaborate and prosper or bugger off. There's no way I could respect a woman who fell for any of that PUA rubbish. And anyone who shows signs of being dishonourable, self obsessed or unkind gets fired no matter how 'hot' they are.

And I find use of the word 'struggle' a bit strange. Either it's meant to be or it isn't. I may signal interest but I won't impose it and I'll wander away if it's not reciprocated. I remember one lass bemoaning the 'competition' inherent in internet dating. That seemed really weird to me as I can't imagine many people coming across columns of potential lovers clamouring to be selected at once. Or maybe I'm just extremely hard to impress compared to others.  

I think there's only one rule worth bothering with which is if you don't ask you don't get. And you'd be very extremely surprised who'll be amenable to being asked.



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January 09, 2019, 06:33:32 PM
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Calm take a beer.

Battle of Bitcoin in 4000

Listening to Rick Wakeman right now

The Myths And Legends Of King Arthur And The Knights Of The Round Table



This is the future shitcoins.


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Cool, open up a free Lightning Network channel and start receiving Satoshi's right away for up to 30 days: https://www.bitrefill.com/thor-lightning-network-channels

LN network seems to be starting an exponential trend: https://bitcoinvisuals.com/lightning

The future is now.
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I'm you from the future - you have to send all your BTC to you (me) to prevent harm and save the world!  Grin
(also never trust men in pink underwear)

You might wanna check this.  Grin

I'm You, Dickhead (short film, 2014)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAUjt7KWp9A


Didn't know that yet...hillarious and inspiring
Hit me right into my trauma of 2011
"I'm you dickhead. Buy bitcoin NOW...not later!"
On the other side...i might have to deal now with the "Sold everything 2014 me", the "still-whale me", or the "where is that fucking harddrive?!" me"   Grin


Funny...especially being his own stepbrother(or stepfather?)...I looked at the 2011 Wired article (which was describing bitcoin and its "plunge" from $32 to $2), then did a little of research which indicated to me (somehow) that I have to use/learn Linux and my attention quickly turned to something else.

No regrets, though, as I would have definitely lost btc on MtGox as it was a go-to place and/or I would have sold in 2014 all things considered.
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January 09, 2019, 06:51:17 PM

In the Bitcoin discourse community, much of the fud that is dissipated is cyclical and completely refuted. One purpose of this article is to show that there is whole set of unique concerns within the Bitcoin community that are being discussed constantly. It is a truly vibrant discourse! This article also aims to document new forms of fud that need to be addressed by the Bitcoin community. If these points are not addressed, Bitcoin will struggle to gain traction among new potential adopters. So instead of rehashing the same old boring narratives like “mining death spirals” and “proof of work is not energy efficient,” let’s look at some less cyclical and much more interesting fud narratives that may emerge as Bitcoin advances.
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January 09, 2019, 06:58:25 PM

Another good thread on the ETC eclipse attack:

https://twitter.com/hosseeb/status/1082815549132816384?s=21

Suggestion is that this was actually an attack on Gate.io
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January 09, 2019, 06:59:44 PM


There are some points in there but obvious and old ones in the main. And I cannae take anyone seriously who regards stablecoins as a threat. If decentralisation is possible then at least one massive problem is removed. It does absolutely zilch to address the value and values of the thing the stablecoin is tied to and it's not as if you can add 10c to the stablecoin as a billy bonus.

It does potentially eat BTC's lunch in other aspects, but that's at the very heart of it all.
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January 09, 2019, 07:00:19 PM

Bitcoin’s untold stories:

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The stories of Bitcoin’s first decade, by the people who lived it

https://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-at-10#from-fearing-bitcoin-to-fixing-its-worst-problem-tadge-dryja
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January 09, 2019, 07:07:09 PM


And?  Who said this? It was not you, micgoose

By the way, I agree that the decentralization of bitcoin is above and beyond any other coin, which is what causes bitcoin to have the the most sound of money of any coin..... in other words, no other coin, besides bitcoin, has soundness of money that even comes close to bitcoin which is provided in part by bitcoin's decentralization.. and therefore decentralization seems to be a path towards sound money rather than an end in itself.
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January 09, 2019, 07:17:55 PM

Does it matter who said it initially? He posted it as a screenshot so it's clear he's not claiming it is his and it's not news or information that needs sourcing as it's self-contained and therefore interpretable without context.

Who cares who said it. I mean if a random hobo in the street said it would that change how you interpret the statement? You either agree or disagree. You are either receptive to the argument (insofar as present) or not.
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January 09, 2019, 07:19:07 PM

Another good thread on the ETC eclipse attack:

https://twitter.com/hosseeb/status/1082815549132816384?s=21

Suggestion is that this was actually an attack on Gate.io

interesting read. i must say i like the "attack them back" bit, but dont know game theory well enough to follow that plan through to see how well it would work in the real world.
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