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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 4 (3%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.5%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.3%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.5%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.1%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.5%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.3%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
>$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
$20,000 - 9 (6.8%)
Total Voters: 132

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March 15, 2019, 05:31:34 PM

'Religion is the root of all evil' is proven once again

https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Root_of_All_Evil%3F

or money

Maybe you don't even distinguish between the 2
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March 15, 2019, 05:34:04 PM

'Religion is the root of all evil' is proven once again

or money

Maybe you don't even distinguish between the 2

Or maybe if you guys weren't noobs you probably would have noticed it's not really even possible to define the word "evil" without religious context.
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March 15, 2019, 05:35:28 PM

Religions are the worst manipulation and disease in history.
Nope. EVERYONE was religious until a few hundred years ago, it's like blaming wars on breathing. Try again.

Re: Crusade guy: The muslims did it. Literally.

Yes, but in a historical context the problems with religions didn't start until the monotheistic religions became popular. Before that there were no religious wars, a shitload of wars for other reasons, but religion wasn't one of them.
Do you have any fucking idea how violent tribal cultures are? Religious nations as we understand them are fucking utopias of peace comparatively.

yes
So. Religion is a good thing for peace, then?

The monotheistic religions are bad for peace, the earlier polytheistic ones are neither good nor bad.
The greeks were at constant war. The japanese spent centuries slaughtering their own kind. The vikings liked to rape and pillage (Hi!).

The abrahamic religions, as much as I don't like them, are clearly more peaceful than polytheistic religions.

And maybe that's our downfall.

Yes, but not for religious reasons.
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March 15, 2019, 05:36:32 PM

WO guys,no racism here please.We all are just human created from one semen Smiley



All WOs are created from one seamen?
I'm a bit skeptical to that, but I'll check with my mom.

If dad wanked and gizzed nearly as much as I did in my life? the probability of me even being here as me this second before you is seemingly infinitely unlikely.

and yet here I am, a kind of Schrödinger's gism cat.


Blergh!

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March 15, 2019, 05:39:50 PM
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Actually you might have persuaded me that 2 + 2 doesn’t necessarily equal 4.  You might have gotten me there.

I haven’t responded because I am still thinking about it.  To your point, it’s not a topic I know a lot about.

 Just to add to the shades of grey; the numeral 4 doesn't even exist in base 2 and 3 number systems and while it exists in the base 4 number system as a descriptor,  2+2=10

edit: Help!  I've fallen behind in the thread and I can't catch up.

A vast majority of recent thread posts seem to be ONLY tangentially related to the title of the thread, for what that's worth?
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March 15, 2019, 05:40:15 PM

Anyways, this post explains all you really need to know about religion:

Hell is empty because all the devils are here:








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March 15, 2019, 05:40:41 PM

@ infofront:

Surely I like the new poll:

>>>>>>How many BTC does it take to be a fuckyoucoiner?
 1
 2-9
 10-19
 20-39
 40-69
 70-99
 100-149
 150-199
 200-499
 500-999
 1000+
<<<<<

I am presuming this to be a question based on current market conditions, and BTC expectations on such current market conditions.. so to be able to say that you are in a kind of "fuck you" status right now.. and based on minimum number of coins to perceive yourself to have sufficiently reached such "fuck you" status.

Since you may have seen some of my posts on that subject, you likely have a decent idea where I fall. Accordingly, I do believe that the ranges at the bottom are too small and the ranges at the top are too large, but I suppose we can see where the respondents fall and I suspect that the results should skew towards the top.... based on what I believe to be the presumptions of the question; however, can already see that the results seem to be more scattered so responders seem to be reaching presumptions different from my own... who would have thunk?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah it's pretty ambiguous. Maybe a time frame would be helpful, but I figured I'd let everyone keep their own timeframes.
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March 15, 2019, 05:44:17 PM

I tend to ignore any bullshit comes out of ass mouth but I couldn't this time.
Christianity is as dirty as other two.
You act like you know so much yet you "forgot" to mention the crusades.

Crusades are the campaigns in the Eastern Mediterranean aimed at recovering the Holy Land from Muslim rule

According to the Muslims, they were protecting the Holy Land from the Christians.

How about that?

Then I think we should return the favor and "protect" their holy land with a couple of nuclear bombs over Mecca and Medina and then finish it of with a total annihilation of Saudi Arabia and all muslim holy places. And from there go on to totally inihilate islam.

How about that?

It would have been done already if they thought they could get away with it.

Hitler thought he could get away with it.

But he couldn't.

You are free to try.

Btw, The Turks did get away with it. The Americans did too.  Wink

Saudi Arabia is safe as long as the west needs their oil. As soon as we don't need it anymore they better make sure they are friends with us or they will be up shit creek without a paddle.
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March 15, 2019, 05:45:26 PM

It’s not MSM outrage but this is what the Australian Prime Minister has to say about the Senator’s hot take:

The kike shill HairyMaclairy's Jussie Smollet hoax failed so he's back with a new scam - Jussie Smollet mosque hoax 2.0.  Pictures of the same crisis actor pretending to be three different people in 3...2...1.
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March 15, 2019, 05:47:49 PM


Saudi Arabia is safe as long as the west needs their oil. As soon as we don't need it anymore they better make sure they are friends with us or they will be up shit creek without a paddle.

Probably true.

The problem with this scenario is, there are other customers waiting in line to make business with the Arabs. USA don't have a choice right now.

China  Wink

Russia  Wink

And the oil there is not going to dry up any time soon.

When it does, SA will be no more that's what I agree with.

Tired of politics. I am off. Enough for today. :/

Wow almost $4k.  Grin
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March 15, 2019, 05:49:50 PM

If you adhere to a religion that condones and even encourages terrorism and slaughter of anyone that holds another opinion then your own, you are not innocent.

There is no doubt about that, but implying that Islam is a religion that condones and even encourages terrorism and slaughter of anyone that holds another opinion then your own seems far from accurate (and I'm being nice).
Can you explain, with facts and numbers and cause and effect where this comes from?

You guys are quite the funny bunch, thanks for the entertainment Kiss

It comes from the koran. To much text for this thread, so here's a link http://www.deceptioninthechurch.com/koran.html.

It's actually way more complex than just cherry-picking some translated verses and stripping them out of their very specific context to make them match whatever reality you want them to depict...

Well actually you Ibian is the one who should explain with facts and numbers and cause and effect why you would be right in saying that some people deserve to be massacred and emphasizing the massacre of their children too...
I know you don't need it (and probably don't deserve it either) but I somehow pity you, go figure.

Immigration without integration always leads to war. You won't accept this. No matter, your turn.

You are clearly not answering my question and shifting the discussion towards something else... My question was very clear, you are saying that some people deserve to be murdered along with their children and you seem to think that you are right in saying/thinking that, I asked you to explain to me (as you said) with facts and numbers and cause and effect why, and here I am still waiting...

No it's not, it's actually that simple
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March 15, 2019, 05:52:48 PM
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Breaking $4,000 is so close yet seems so significant. I’m not sure why but $4,000 seems like a psychological barrier to break & stay above.

That first sentence is what I was thinking. 

The second sentence should not be very surprising in the whole scheme of things. 

Bearwhales want to hold the BTC price down as low as they can and for as long as they can, and they will choose any BTC price point that works for those objectives.  I doubt that there is anything special about $4k, except that it just seems to be working for the moment.  We should also realize there are going to continue to be such resistance points at various small levels of random increments on the way up.. while such short term UP is far from guaranteed, yet resistance will continue to occur until the momentum (towards up) reverses, which could take anywhere between a few months and several years...

Of course we have this lil dynamic of the BTC halvening in a bit more than a year that is going to cause additional physical (financial) pressures upon those peeps trying to continue to hold this bad boy down.




 Kiss Wishing them good luck.  Kiss















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March 15, 2019, 05:53:01 PM

@ infofront:

Surely I like the new poll:

>>>>>>How many BTC does it take to be a fuckyoucoiner?
 1
 2-9
 10-19
 20-39
 40-69
 70-99
 100-149
 150-199
 200-499
 500-999
 1000+
<<<<<

I am presuming this to be a question based on current market conditions, and BTC expectations on such current market conditions.. so to be able to say that you are in a kind of "fuck you" status right now.. and based on minimum number of coins to perceive yourself to have sufficiently reached such "fuck you" status.

Since you may have seen some of my posts on that subject, you likely have a decent idea where I fall. Accordingly, I do believe that the ranges at the bottom are too small and the ranges at the top are too large, but I suppose we can see where the respondents fall and I suspect that the results should skew towards the top.... based on what I believe to be the presumptions of the question; however, can already see that the results seem to be more scattered so responders seem to be reaching presumptions different from my own... who would have thunk?    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Yeah it's pretty ambiguous. Maybe a time frame would be helpful, but I figured I'd let everyone keep their own timeframes.

I’m not going to reveal what I voted because it would possibly reveal how many coins I have.

Cheesy
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March 15, 2019, 05:58:14 PM

it's not really even possible to define the word "evil" without religious context.


Anyways, this post explains all you really need to know about religion:

Hell is empty because all the devils are here:









So you admit you are religious obviously, otherwise, by your own logic, you would not use the term Hell or Devil.


Maybe you argue against your own existence. How confusing.


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March 15, 2019, 06:00:36 PM
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You act like you know so much yet you "forgot" to mention the crusades.

I usually let my sidekick Ibian take care of the more mundane topics.  I would assign Trollgoossens to the task instead, but he knows literally nothing.
Who are you calling a sidekick, sidekick?!

Almost deserves a merit for humor.. one of you goofballs.... but I have not yet broken the merit seal for Roach.. don't want to encourage his level of off-topic hate-filled phoney baloney, and yet really, here, Roach was the one with the most original NPC play.. regarding the "sidekick" assertion.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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March 15, 2019, 06:03:17 PM

So you admit you are religious obviously, otherwise, by your own logic, you would not use the term Hell or Devil.

I simply stated using the phrase "religion is the root of all evil" is an oxymoron since you can't define "evil" without a religious context.  As for what I believe personally, I state what the evidence of the observable universe shows here:

https://steemit.com/science/@r0achtheunsavory/the-r0ach-report-25-computer-science-proves-the-existence-of-a-variable-known-as-god-but-not-what-god-actually-is
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Breaking $4,000 is so close yet seems so significant. I’m not sure why but $4,000 seems like a psychological barrier to break & stay above.

That first sentence is what I was thinking. 

The second sentence should not be very surprising in the whole scheme of things. 

Bearwhales want to hold the BTC price down as low as they can and for as long as they can, and they will choose any BTC price point that works for those objectives.  I doubt that there is anything special about $4k, except that it just seems to be working for the moment.  We should also realize there are going to continue to be such resistance points at various small levels of random increments on the way up.. while such short term UP is far from guaranteed, yet resistance will continue to occur until the momentum (towards up) reverses, which could take anywhere between a few months and several years...

Of course we have this lil dynamic of the BTC halvening in a bit more than a year that is going to cause additional physical (financial) pressures upon those peeps trying to continue to hold this bad boy down.




 Kiss Wishing them good luck.  Kiss















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The history always repeats. The whales that thought they control the market in 2015 by pressing the price down to 220$ 6-7 times, in 2017  understood that all this was in vain.  Now, the whales that think too high of themselves and dump, in 2 years will realize that all was in vain. ($100K party, cough, cough)
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I thought that you were a smartie and insightful?

Why don't you provide some kind of analysis? 

My off the top thinking is that the news is more bearish than bullish, but another way to look at the whole matter might be that BTC prices have mostly bottomed out, and there is not a lot of profit in either allowing ways to predict more down or flat, and since BTC prices may be in a kind of state of reversal CBOE doesn't want their platform to be helping BTC out in that regard and causing more fuel for UP, at least for the moment.

 O.k..  supposed smartie pants, toknormal, you don't want to provide any of your thinking on the topic of a link that you provided? 

What is this world coming to?
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March 15, 2019, 06:12:48 PM

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It's how many people I can kill
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March 15, 2019, 06:13:24 PM
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I’m not going to reveal what I voted because it would possibly reveal how many coins I have.

 Full Disclosure: I voted 1000+ BTC in the poll.

 Right now, I'd consider 1000 BTC @ $4k not being a "fuckyoucoiner"

 2022 time-frame, however, well, let us discuss the issues further, on our WO Private Islands.

 It would be neat for all of us to just buy out an entire archipelago, and turn it into some sort of fruity libertarian utopia.

 Every Thursday, we could scoot around on our jet-skis-made-up-as-mock-pirate-ships, and Nerf-Rocket the shit out of JJG's island.

 Saturday nights would be designated weekly party night DJ'd by yours truly, and hosted by Big Dicked Ginger Rick on our island.

 LFC_Bitcoin would be in charge of pharmaceuticals.

 Mic and CryptoQueen could rock the bar.

 I mean, I can dare to dream, right ?
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