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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 1 (2.6%)
<$7,000 - 1 (2.6%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (2.6%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 2 (5.3%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 3 (7.9%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 10 (26.3%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 8 (21.1%)
$10,500-10,999 - 1 (2.6%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 2 (5.3%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 2 (5.3%)
>$12,000 - 4 (10.5%)
>$20,000 - 3 (7.9%)
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March 09, 2019, 06:56:50 AM

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Thank in advance you’re very own MOONboy micg
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March 09, 2019, 07:20:23 AM

Fuel Some Rockets and load Some dildo’s

Thank in advance you’re very own MOONboy micg
dildos on rocket. Roll Eyes

I don't want the moon,now its time to reach mars.$100K Grin
Good Then start buying ASAP  Tongue  (btw i did found Some nemo’s last days in the water Roll Eyes )
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March 09, 2019, 07:21:02 AM

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you are dissatisfied with your current government because because bitcoin is a designed to centralize, non-fungible, permissioned ledger, govt tracking and control system.

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you don’t trust your financial system because transaction validators in bitcoin are designed to centralize right into the hands of those same people.

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you believe in freedom because people have known for about 5000 years now it's the only monetary instrument that actually facilitates freedom.

Bitcoin Physical metals are a vote for you.
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March 09, 2019, 08:23:45 AM

20 years of price changes in the United States...

Notice how government subsidized industries are the most expensive? 😮


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Tuition fees at public universities and colleges in the French Community of Belgium are set by the regional government. For the academic year 2015/2016, tuition fees ranged from 374 to 836.96 EUR per year for EU students depending on their income and whether they are eligible for a grant/scholarship.

There are other reasons.  Don’t blame it on government subsidies
I'm in Europe and University has gone to shit here. The Bachelor/Master system is a complete downgrade and utter disgrace from what we had before in a country undisclosed. University is now school round two instead of being an institution that fosters research and critical thinking (in non-research students - which make up the majority of the student body). I was appalled at how cookie cutter Mathematics and Physics programs are and surprised at the resulting quality of graduates (before I realized the problem).

Also, thanks to university "being" (appearing) free, people who can't normally afford it are taking up bullshit recreational courses that don't produce any value in the Economy. I don't have anything against those and am interested in some of the topics myself. But when people get fooled into believing that they can study anything and get a job there's a problem. And when it's "free" they are ridden of any incentive to think about the implications of their actions.

I totally agree with you, especially regarding the The Bachelor/Master system.
But I also think that the government more or less pushing everybody in to university studies is to blame, it's become more like high school than university, with some exceptions.,When I studied in the late 80s early 90s it was still a bit special to study at a university, today it seems more or less mandatory.

The last point is also quite interesting. It really does seem as if a degree was mandatory.

But in reality, any self-driven and somewhat disciplined person would be able to learn much more by just not going to university and focusing on their profession of choice. University takes up too much time on mundane repetitive nonsense that doesn't teach you anything of value and takes time away from building a portfolio of work, while simultaneously driving most students into just blatantly copying assignments without learning anything.


When I was teaching I had to give classes and correct assignments, and 70% of them were identical (including spelling and grammatical errors).

As a job it was nice, because I'd have one pile of assignments where I marked the first one and then only copied off the final points, without any notes. That resulted in an hourly wage of over 60 Euros.

But when thinking about the implications for society that's just sad.


Which doesn't mean that University (even in it's current state) has no place at all, as anyone who needs someone or something to kick their asses to be productive can still benefit from them. But in most cases they just exacerbate the underlying problem that starts in elementary school. Namely turning curious and motivated kids into retarded unmotivated copy/paste drones.

Seems like being a teacher at American universities isn't very lucrative (this guy is also my favorite you tuber). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7lGCPX_8nc
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March 09, 2019, 08:41:11 AM

Not sure if Mic already posted this, but:

Colorado's new Digital Tokens Act exempts cryptos from securities laws

https://twitter.com/Chepicap/status/1104067256391213058





Not going to post the direct link to the news in the Tweet because those fucking twats only show an "accept all cookies" button.
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March 09, 2019, 08:49:07 AM
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@VB1001 - When I started buying £100 bought nearly 1 whole bitcoin. Fast forward 5 years & imagine if we see that % increase in price in another 5 years. This is why you should never doubt yourself buying smaller amounts.

£100 worth of BTC now could be worth a shit load in 5 years. As I always say buy what you can afford to when you can afford to now & enjoy the profits in the future.

One day my friend all the patience will be rewarded.

I mentioned this several times before too.  I had some cash flow issues in 2015, and frequently in 2015, I would buy small amounts on a daily basis, even below $5 worth, just to stack away my buy for the day and some of those buys really added up... just imagine $30 would get you well over .1BTC.

  I know that currently some places will not allow you to make such low purchases, but I was able to make many low purchase amounts in 2015, and my point is that low amounts of purchases can add up and their value can become quite a lot more with the passage of time, too. 

hashtag Stacking satoshis.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


But I agree with you, the small contributions to BTC over time add up.

(I have my friend Maine Coon hospitalized for severe kidney failure, the vet bills are altering my cash flow, luckily he is recovering and is at home.)
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March 09, 2019, 08:49:27 AM

Seems like being a teacher at American universities isn't very lucrative (this guy is also my favorite you tuber). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7lGCPX_8nc
Neither is it in Europe. Normal teachers earn some 2k Euros a month. And tenured university professors earn much more, but also only 80k Euros per year. Laughable if you consider their training and the fact that they pioneered the majority of cures and technologies.

Going to put the video on my evening playlist, looks interesting.
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March 09, 2019, 08:55:08 AM

Good morning WO,s

I see that tonight has failed some engine of the rocket, but it is already working.

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@VB1001 - When I started buying £100 bought nearly 1 whole bitcoin. Fast forward 5 years & imagine if we see that % increase in price in another 5 years. This is why you should never doubt yourself buying smaller amounts.

£100 worth of BTC now could be worth a shit load in 5 years. As I always say buy what you can afford to when you can afford to now & enjoy the profits in the future.

One day my friend all the patience will be rewarded.

I mentioned this several times before too.  I had some cash flow issues in 2015, and frequently in 2015, I would buy small amounts on a daily basis, even below $5 worth, just to stack away my buy for the day and some of those buys really added up... just imagine $30 would get you well over .1BTC.

  I know that currently some places will not allow you to make such low purchases, but I was able to make many low purchase amounts in 2015, and my point is that low amounts of purchases can add up and their value can become quite a lot more with the passage of time, too. 

hashtag Stacking satoshis.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


But I agree with you, the small contributions to BTC over time add up.

(I have my friend Maine Coon hospitalized for severe kidney failure, the vet bills are altering my cash flow, luckily he is recovering and is at home.)
Glad your feline is doing fine. Our house cat wasn't so lucky when she had surgery. Curiously enough she spent orders of magnitude more time greeting me and seeing me off the last time I visited my parents. And she wasn't a social cat whatsoever so that begged the question of whether or not she knew or if it was just one massive coincidence.
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March 09, 2019, 09:23:03 AM

https://phys.org/news/2019-03-moon.html


Inb4 future generations extract so much out of the moon that it alters ebb and flow on earth.
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Tech support here? my scroll wheel started smoking when reading this topic?


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Tech support here? my scroll wheel started smoking when reading this topic?



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Currently a bit over $3900 on Bearstamp...
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March 09, 2019, 09:46:45 AM

its the walls of debating metawankery

I know you are the type of person that believes I fall into the category that believes that your type of person is in that belief set that I believe What you thought I believe, but that framework might be based on a megamorphosisation. My beliefe of what you believe even if you belief is wrong and I cant believe it etc...…


10 paragraphs of prickly repost back and forth as to why we are theoretical potential slight maybe friends = you are not fucking friends    lol






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@VB1001 - When I started buying £100 bought nearly 1 whole bitcoin. Fast forward 5 years & imagine if we see that % increase in price in another 5 years. This is why you should never doubt yourself buying smaller amounts.

£100 worth of BTC now could be worth a shit load in 5 years. As I always say buy what you can afford to when you can afford to now & enjoy the profits in the future.

One day my friend all the patience will be rewarded.

I mentioned this several times before too.  I had some cash flow issues in 2015, and frequently in 2015, I would buy small amounts on a daily basis, even below $5 worth, just to stack away my buy for the day and some of those buys really added up... just imagine $30 would get you well over .1BTC.

  I know that currently some places will not allow you to make such low purchases, but I was able to make many low purchase amounts in 2015, and my point is that low amounts of purchases can add up and their value can become quite a lot more with the passage of time, too.  

hashtag Stacking satoshis.    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy


But I agree with you, the small contributions to BTC over time add up.

(I have my friend Maine Coon hospitalized for severe kidney failure, the vet bills are altering my cash flow, luckily he is recovering and is at home.)
Glad your feline is doing fine. Our house cat wasn't so lucky when she had surgery. Curiously enough she spent orders of magnitude more time greeting me and seeing me off the last time I visited my parents. And she wasn't a social cat whatsoever so that begged the question of whether or not she knew or if it was just one massive coincidence.

I'm sorry about the loss of your cat.

I remembered your comments on research, aging, immortality.
The treatment consisted of intravenously injecting stem cells from another healthy Maine Coon. Shocked
(We have not won the battle yet. Now we must wait and do an analysis to verify if it reverts renal failure.)
This progresses very fast, soon we will be immortal, our generation maybe not, but the next generations will see very positive advances in this field.

Tnx for your comment.
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March 09, 2019, 10:17:32 AM

https://m.poloniex.com/fees/ Effective March 6th, 2019

Maker    Taker    Trade Volume (trailing 30 day avg)
0.08%    0.20%    < $1m USD
0.02%    0.15%    < $20m USD
0.00%    0.10%    ≥ $20m USD

Polo is desperate. Nobody uses them. Good bye.
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March 09, 2019, 10:21:36 AM

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you are dissatisfied with your current government because because bitcoin is a designed to centralize, non-fungible, permissioned ledger, govt tracking and control system.

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you don’t trust your financial system because transaction validators in bitcoin are designed to centralize right into the hands of those same people.

Buy Bitcoin physical metals if you believe in freedom because people have known for about 5000 years now it's the only monetary instrument that actually facilitates freedom.

Bitcoin Physical metals are a vote for you.

Only wan’t PM if they are BTC-related (collectibles) Cheesy
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But I agree with you, the small contributions to BTC over time add up.

(I have my friend Maine Coon hospitalized for severe kidney failure, the vet bills are altering my cash flow, luckily he is recovering and is at home.)
Glad your feline is doing fine. Our house cat wasn't so lucky when she had surgery. Curiously enough she spent orders of magnitude more time greeting me and seeing me off the last time I visited my parents. And she wasn't a social cat whatsoever so that begged the question of whether or not she knew or if it was just one massive coincidence.

I'm sorry about the loss of your cat.

I remembered your comments on research, aging, immortality.
The treatment consisted of intravenously injecting stem cells from another healthy Maine Coon. Shocked
This progresses very fast, soon we will be immortal, our generation maybe not, but the next generations will see very positive advances in this field.

Tnx for your comment.
Thank you. It's been quite a while now though and she lived a long and happy life. I mostly felt like bringing up the story of how she spent so much time seeing me off the last time I got to see her, which was something that she hasn't done even once in the ~15 years of her life.

And yeah, I have a suspicion that we might just be the last generation that is shit out of luck. Should that be the case I'll likely freeze myself though. If it works out nice, if not then I'll just have a fancy coffin. Doesn't really cost much anymore these days either so might as well.
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March 09, 2019, 10:25:04 AM

Polo is desperate. Nobody uses them. Good bye.

Polo has always been a shambles
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Polo is desperate. Nobody uses them. Good bye.

Polo has always been a shambles

Yeah but it was our shambles. Not now.
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