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Question: When will bitcoin reach the top of this bull market (i.e. when will it moon)?
Topped at $13,880 in June - 10 (6.5%)
H2 2019 - 16 (10.4%)
H1 2020 - 29 (18.8%)
H2 2020 - 28 (18.2%)
H1 2021 - 12 (7.8%)
H2 2021 - 31 (20.1%)
H1 2022 - 6 (3.9%)
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H2 2023 - 3 (1.9%)
2024 or Later - 15 (9.7%)
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February 17, 2019, 11:17:00 PM

Going vegan is, to some people, a phase of their life. Sometimes they pass through and go back to normal eating, but maybe with more vegetables than before. Sometimes, they stick to it.

My brother's wife went through that phase, and eventually went back to normal.

And of course, Mark Rippetoe (author of Starting Strength) says it's a mental disorder, so, shots fired! hehe.
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February 17, 2019, 11:18:05 PM

Also check out Metformin, a diabetes pill that is now under testing for prolonging life.
https://www.wired.com/story/this-pill-promises-to-extend-life-for-a-nickel-a-pop/
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02432287

yeah...watch out if they will find something positive...immediately the price would go from 5c to $100-1k a pill.
It would be worth it, right?
I remember how during the first swine flu the cost of a weekly dose of tamiflu went from $10-20 to $300 or higher on the internet (local pharmacies were out for months).
It was worth it as well, just as $20 per btc tx was in December of 2017. People went crazy trying to get in the block immediately.

Not a problem if you get it on a prescription where I live (max price for meds is  240ish USD per 12 month period, some, like insulin, are no cost.



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February 17, 2019, 11:32:50 PM

Just got a pump notification, 3650 now. Looks why we are barting up not down.

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February 17, 2019, 11:37:02 PM

What do vegans have against eating eggs though? IF the chickens were kept in a wide place outside, ate healthy food, and were not abused in any way?

Chickens lay eggs regardless of if fertilised or not. So whats the problem?
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February 17, 2019, 11:42:59 PM

Also check out Metformin, a diabetes pill that is now under testing for prolonging life.
https://www.wired.com/story/this-pill-promises-to-extend-life-for-a-nickel-a-pop/
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02432287

yeah...watch out if they will find something positive...immediately the price would go from 5c to $100-1k a pill.
It would be worth it, right?
I remember how during the first swine flu the cost of a weekly dose of tamiflu went from $10-20 to $300 or higher on the internet (local pharmacies were out for months).
It was worth it as well, just as $20 per btc tx was in December of 2017. People went crazy trying to get in the block immediately.

Not a problem if you get it on a prescription where I live (max price for meds is  240ish USD per 12 month period, some, like insulin, are no cost.


yeah, not sure what is better since you probably paid the last 40 years for it in higher taxes.
Once you are old(er), I agree that the fixed price med cost is the best, but our respective countries are set up in a way that precludes 'jumping ship" and enjoying what is more advantageous to you when you want it, right?
I had japanese friends in US and they all told me that US is better for younger people with more chances to advance over the "old guard", but they all wanted to go back when they are older because of more respect for older generation in Japan. US varies in different regions too.
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February 17, 2019, 11:50:18 PM

Just got a pump notification, 3650 now. Looks why we are barting up not down.

nice call

interestingly however, we are lacking any bump in LTC:BTC

jojo, take over the WO torch thanks ...............

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February 17, 2019, 11:56:02 PM

Also check out Metformin, a diabetes pill that is now under testing for prolonging life.
https://www.wired.com/story/this-pill-promises-to-extend-life-for-a-nickel-a-pop/
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02432287

yeah...watch out if they will find something positive...immediately the price would go from 5c to $100-1k a pill.
It would be worth it, right?
I remember how during the first swine flu the cost of a weekly dose of tamiflu went from $10-20 to $300 or higher on the internet (local pharmacies were out for months).
It was worth it as well, just as $20 per btc tx was in December of 2017. People went crazy trying to get in the block immediately.

Not a problem if you get it on a prescription where I live (max price for meds is  240ish USD per 12 month period, some, like insulin, are no cost.





Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley
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February 17, 2019, 11:56:18 PM

Eth is having its hardfork pump again, im betting that btc will follow - 3.8-4k until end of month  Kiss
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What do vegans have against eating eggs though? IF the chickens were kept in a wide place outside, ate healthy food, and were not abused in any way?

Chickens lay eggs regardless of if fertilised or not. So whats the problem?

If you think about it, some cows were raised to be food. Sure they lived in claustrophobic conditions, but they were fed well, nurtured, and didn't have to work a day in their whole short lives. They also suffer almost no pain when butchered, because some countries have laws on that.

There are some vegetarians who are lacto-ovo-vegetarians, they still eat eggs and drink milk. But don't eat meat.

I'm a budgetarian. If it's out of my budget, I can't eat it.
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February 18, 2019, 12:00:56 AM

Also check out Metformin, a diabetes pill that is now under testing for prolonging life.
https://www.wired.com/story/this-pill-promises-to-extend-life-for-a-nickel-a-pop/
https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02432287

yeah...watch out if they will find something positive...immediately the price would go from 5c to $100-1k a pill.
It would be worth it, right?
I remember how during the first swine flu the cost of a weekly dose of tamiflu went from $10-20 to $300 or higher on the internet (local pharmacies were out for months).
It was worth it as well, just as $20 per btc tx was in December of 2017. People went crazy trying to get in the block immediately.

Not a problem if you get it on a prescription where I live (max price for meds is  240ish USD per 12 month period, some, like insulin, are no cost.





Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

Thats a good point.
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February 18, 2019, 12:11:05 AM

Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of probably Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss also. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.

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February 18, 2019, 12:15:00 AM

What do vegans have against eating eggs though? IF the chickens were kept in a wide place outside, ate healthy food, and were not abused in any way?

Chickens lay eggs regardless of if fertilised or not. So whats the problem?

Billions of male chicks pop out as a side effect of egg production no matter how jolly their mothers are. Said male chicks live for a few hours before being stuck on a conveyor belt and fed into a shredder.
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Hodl tight guys..this strong finish to the week is perfect fuel for the fire for the coming week. $4k is insight.

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Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose levels and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.



Lol, so you get punished for being healthy.

Checked for the Netherlands. You cannot buy it (legally) without a doctors prescription (genetic or branded).

With off label for weight loss you mean in the US its purchasable without a prescription?

Insurance shouldn't cover it if you're basically taking it as a food supplement, but its silly that you are not allowed to buy and use it yourself if you're healthy ...
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What do vegans have against eating eggs though? IF the chickens were kept in a wide place outside, ate healthy food, and were not abused in any way?

Chickens lay eggs regardless of if fertilised or not. So whats the problem?

If you think about it, some cows were raised to be food. Sure they lived in claustrophobic conditions, but they were fed well, nurtured, and didn't have to work a day in their whole short lives. They also suffer almost no pain when butchered, because some countries have laws on that.

There are some vegetarians who are lacto-ovo-vegetarians, they still eat eggs and drink milk. But don't eat meat.

I'm a budgetarian. If it's out of my budget, I can't eat it.

As I see it, I don't want animals to suffer or live in tiny spaces for their whole lives. I want them to live a nice long happy life, outside, free to see the world. But after that, we can eat them.

Everone is a budgetarian at some point. Ask Africa. Grin

What do vegans have against eating eggs though? IF the chickens were kept in a wide place outside, ate healthy food, and were not abused in any way?

Chickens lay eggs regardless of if fertilised or not. So whats the problem?

Billions of male chicks pop out as a side effect of egg production no matter how jolly their mothers are. Said male chicks live for a few hours before being stuck on a conveyor belt and fed into a shredder.

But egg productions don't require roosters so how is that?
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February 18, 2019, 12:23:31 AM

We need to break the blue line to break this bear market

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February 18, 2019, 12:26:46 AM

Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose levels and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.



Lol, so you get punished for being healthy.

Checked for the Netherlands. You cannot buy it (legally) without a doctors prescription (genetic or branded).

With off label for weight loss you mean in the US its purchasable without a prescription?

Insurance shouldn't cover it if you're basically taking it as a food supplement, but its silly that you are not allowed to buy and use it yourself if you're healthy ...

The reward for being healthy is not having to put any lab produced chemicals in your body.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Particularly if Pfizer or Roche are the solutions looking for a problem.
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Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose levels and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.



Lol, so you get punished for being healthy.

Checked for the Netherlands. You cannot buy it (legally) without a doctors prescription (genetic or branded).

With off label for weight loss you mean in the US its purchasable without a prescription?

Insurance shouldn't cover it if you're basically taking it as a food supplement, but its silly that you are not allowed to buy and use it yourself if you're healthy ...

The reward for being healthy is not having to put any lab produced chemicals in your body.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Particularly if Pfizer or Roche are the solutions looking for a problem.

It is broke, the human body ages. The drug he linked to is generic, Pfizer and Roche make little on it. It's made of a plant and used for centuries (from the source linked by Arie).
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February 18, 2019, 12:37:37 AM

Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose levels and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.



Lol, so you get punished for being healthy.

Checked for the Netherlands. You cannot buy it (legally) without a doctors prescription (genetic or branded).

With off label for weight loss you mean in the US its purchasable without a prescription?

Insurance shouldn't cover it if you're basically taking it as a food supplement, but its silly that you are not allowed to buy and use it yourself if you're healthy ...

The reward for being healthy is not having to put any lab produced chemicals in your body.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Particularly if Pfizer or Roche are the solutions looking for a problem.

It is broke, the human body ages. The drug he linked to is generic, Pfizer and Roche make little on it. It's made of a plant and used for centuries (from the source linked by Arie).
and yet they still aged and died, didn't they?
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Yeah but how do you get this in prescription without getting type 2 diabetis? Smiley

its indicated for prediabetes too. just need more or less consistently high(ish) glucose levels and A1C values in your labs. which a pretty large chunk of Americans have, due to obesity and poor eating habits..

i believe its off label for weight loss. dunno if typical insurance covers that though.



Lol, so you get punished for being healthy.

Checked for the Netherlands. You cannot buy it (legally) without a doctors prescription (genetic or branded).

With off label for weight loss you mean in the US its purchasable without a prescription?

Insurance shouldn't cover it if you're basically taking it as a food supplement, but its silly that you are not allowed to buy and use it yourself if you're healthy ...

The reward for being healthy is not having to put any lab produced chemicals in your body.  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.  Particularly if Pfizer or Roche are the solutions looking for a problem.

It is broke, the human body ages. The drug he linked to is generic, Pfizer and Roche make little on it. It's made of a plant and used for centuries (from the source linked by Arie).
and yet they still aged and died, didn't they?

Quantities and consistent use. And who says they didn't age slower?
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