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Next bottom at $40k sounds reasonable
Yeah when high is a million



Don’t go retarded ...... +- 240K or something Roll Eyes
I'm expecting $50kish as the high, y'all expecting extremely gains run after run.

$90K-$110K in Dec. 2022.
$32K in Dec. 2025

prior highs...$32, $1160 (X36), 19783 (X17)
17X is 0.472X36, therefore, if we would continue to decline in bounce proportionally, then the next bounce would be 0.472X17=8.02X
8.02X19783=$158659

However, it is a bit strange to keep declining 83-85% in each bear, but keep bouncing lower and lower X-times each time.
So, if the pattern of lower bounce would be broken, than we can go as high as, say, 17X, resulting in btc at $336111 at the next ATH.
The fact that btc keeps declining 83-85% in each bear is a bit puzzling to me. I expected less this time.
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man, that's a lot of sugar  Wink
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February 02, 2019, 10:09:55 PM

Hmm.

They are deleting my giant green dildo from Satoshis.place.

I think this calls for something drastic.

Now what text do I include in the next incarnation I upload.

Hmm...

* BobLawblaw goes off to play in Pootyshoop

Can't we club together for a Gay Niggers From Outer Space FULL PAGE takeover of Satoshis.place?  I am in - you bought the beers, time for the thread to payback and have a little fun. Let's blitz it.
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That story makes little sense.
He makes 250K a year, yet cannot spend $300 a mo on a $20K car payment?
Something here does not compute.
I appreciate his dedication to the btc cause, though.

I think he makes 250K/yr...now

Nope, he said that it was embarrassing to show up on that bike when his business partner was buying his second BMW.
Whatever. Clearly, it was some short term cash flow problem caused by btc over-investment, but he was lucky to have the trend making it worthwhile.
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February 02, 2019, 10:16:59 PM

  Plus, there won't be enough emmission to satisfy demand.

we're all just getting old

I like to think of it as quality over quantity, but the IVF clinic disagrees and my 22-year old supermodel g/f is now looking at me somewhat differently.
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February 02, 2019, 10:18:02 PM


That story makes little sense.
He makes 250K a year, yet cannot spend $300 a mo on a $20K car payment?
Something here does not compute.
I appreciate his dedication to the btc cause, though.

I think he makes 250K/yr...now

Nope, he said that it was embarrassing to show up on that bike when his business partner was buying his second BMW.
Whatever. Clearly, it was some short term cash flow problem caused by btc over-investment, but he was lucky to have the trend making it worthwhile.

I have his same problem...but replace BIKE with 2005 Ford Taurus 4-door....(sigh....)
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He was saying he bought BTC at $200, sold at $800, and used half his profits to buy silver.

Hmm, I thought R0ach got out just before the finex hack. But the $800 price tag seems to indicate that he stuck around until January 2017. Unless he's rounding up a little. Then that would be in October 2016. Well played on his part. That's at least a 4x gain in couple of years. Of course, he could have stuck around for a year more and made 100x profit. But around the time just before the finex hack, you could tell he was getting sick of the price manipulation.
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February 02, 2019, 10:19:26 PM

mind you, that much sugar. it's helping
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February 02, 2019, 10:31:13 PM


Thanks for the post! I haven't watched this podcast yet, I will definitely watch it. I've been watching Joe Rogan a lot lately, because BTC is boring nowadays. Good to pickup some knowledge while watching his podcasts. He has a lot of interesting guests, most prominent ones: Elon Musk, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Anthony Bourdain and many more.

Even Andreas Antonopoulos, he has been on his podcast for four times now:
https://www.lukegjpotter.com/2017/09/the-four-joe-rogan-experience-episodes.html

He will go on the podcast for the fifth time soon.
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February 02, 2019, 10:38:57 PM

  Plus, there won't be enough emmission to satisfy demand.

we're all just getting old

I like to think of it as quality over quantity, but the IVF clinic disagrees and my 22-year old supermodel g/f is now looking at me somewhat differently.

mic-style pics or she is not real  Grin
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damn was just about to post that but got distracted

https://twitter.com/afilini/status/1091489850681946112
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My work here is done for the day. (satoshis.place)



Oh Mi Gawd.  The awedacity. 

That is the absolute best beast

https://satoshis.place
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Oh Mi Gawd.  The awedacity.  

That is the absolute best beast

https://satoshis.place

Hey, it took almost 10 minutes to figure this one out!

Respect. Grin
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Oh Mi Gawd.  The awedacity. 

That is the absolute best beast

https://satoshis.place

That is class

and sorry for the talking bum hole

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Oh Mi Gawd.  The awedacity.  

That is the absolute best beast

https://satoshis.place

Hey, it took almost 10 minutes to figure this one out!

Respect. Grin
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You hadta go and vandalise it with your tiny cheap cock'n'balls.
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You hadta go and vandalise it with your tiny cheap cock'n'balls.

Nuts
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Where would UK folks buy Bitcoin?
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February 02, 2019, 11:51:04 PM

  Plus, there won't be enough emmission to satisfy demand.

we're all just getting old

I like to think of it as quality over quantity, but the IVF clinic disagrees and my 22-year old supermodel g/f is now looking at me somewhat differently.

I’m over drunk,  but did I read 22y old? Mine is 25 @the moment Grin
Me early 30’s
Actualy we both drunk @ this point
And still both hodling on our precious BTC’s
Gonna do Some boring drunk punisher season 2 watching
Pretty good !!!

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