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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 22 (19.1%)
1-10% - 15 (13%)
11-20% - 14 (12.2%)
21-30% - 16 (13.9%)
31-40% - 5 (4.3%)
41-50% - 12 (10.4%)
51-60% - 8 (7%)
61-70% - 5 (4.3%)
71-80% - 3 (2.6%)
81-90% - 2 (1.7%)
91-99% - 3 (2.6%)
100% - 10 (8.7%)
Total Voters: 115

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What’s he been smoking?
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poor sods all bought at $3. they have to believe
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yup not bad

 I would call that Bukovinian attire.  They may be Russian but... you would be more likely to find that pattern in Hungary or Romania imho

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March 15, 2019, 08:49:07 PM
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yup not bad
Here's a picture of the younger girls. Wink

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http://www.gordijnkunst.nl/please-meet-real-ukrainian-women/ Google fail sorry comrade my bad
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March 15, 2019, 08:52:56 PM
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Have you ever seen any Ukrainian women?  Roll Eyes
Look, look at them someday (better personally), I guarantee you won't regret it! Cool

I don't live in Kiev (when I don't travel) and I know what you're talking about! This is one of the reasons why I am still not leaving this country.

I was in Boryspil & Kiev in May for the Champions League Final. I saw many hot Ukranian girls. If I didn’t have a gf I would seek out a girl from Eastern Europe, they are VERY sexy.
I live in Kiev (when I don't travel) and I know what you're talking about!
 This is one of the reasons why I am still not leaving this country.
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Interesting words on the security of symmetric keys.

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Abstract. Traditional brute force attacks designed to break a target symmetric key are slow and inefficient. In this paper we introduce two new methods to reduce the time required to break a randomly selected symmetric encryption key. The first method relies on drawing 1-n random test symmetric keys. Extensive reductions in time can be realized through use of powerful hardware and multi-threaded processing of 1-n random test keys. The second method relies on the gambler’s technique of playing the odds to win. This method determines the odds of a target symmetric key containing identical byte sequences that are equal to 0. This will further reduce the time required to break a target symmetric key.

The following assumptions have been made about readers of this paper:

    Understands binary logic
    Understands that lower bits clear when a higher bit is set
    Understands that symmetric keys are made up of random or pseudo-random bytes
    Understands that lower key bytes will clear when higher bits cross byte boundaries

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5. Conclusion

The effective strength of AES was theoretically compromised when it was first evaluated, and efforts to theoretically break AES have not abated since that time. While it has not been proven that AES has been compromised, we know it is possible to greatly reduce the complexity of breaking symmetric keys. We have proven that large reductions in complexity are possible, where each bit reduction halves total complexity. Like other paradigm-altering concepts, our solutions are simple, which may indicate they are already in use today.

Network communications rely on AES to encrypt and decrypt traffic through secure web sites, banking applications, online payments, and communications between computers (14)(15). The adoption of AES has greatly accelerated since Intel incorporated AES-NI into all of their CPU's. AES-128 bit keys may be broken using the methods outlined in this paper. AES-192 and AES-256 keys may prove secure for now, but will not remain secure in the future.

Software can be developed to distribute computing load across many processor cores and computers providing an opportunity to break symmetric keys using 1-n computers with 1-n cores. Processing time can be leased on cloud servers, super computers, and quantum computers. CPU's in future will be more powerful, and will support more cores and threads per core. Video graphics cards will be more powerful, and will support more CUDA threads. Memory and storage will increase in capacity, and decrease in relative cost.

While we believe that AES-192 and AES-256 remain secure to use, the size of symmetric keys must eventually be increased. While it may prove difficult to switch technology to more secure forms of symmetric encryption, secure encryption solutions are available that will help smooth the transition.

https://kryptera.ca/paper/2018-03/#5.00
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March 15, 2019, 08:59:19 PM

I would call that Bukovinian attire.  They may be Russian but... you would be more likely to find that pattern in Hungary or Romania imho
I'm sure you're wrong, buddy. The colors are traditional. But I also know that Hungary and Romania have similar national costumes.
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March 15, 2019, 09:01:02 PM

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.
............ I mean, I can dare to dream, right ?
Remember what happened to Snowball in Animal Farm?  or Piggy in Lord of the Flies?
Not looking good for JJG in this "dream".
I studied Lord Of The Flies at school for English GCSE, got a B grade lol.
As soon as dat conch got smashed shit started going down Cheesy
Ahhhh memories of being at school - What a waste of time that was.

OK. See... I have wordy-man on ignore, so I would not normally see his post, but he has a terribly bad attitude about this possible utopia.

He's not thinking of "fun-factor" for defensive purposes on his end.

Can you imagine ? Coconut trebuchets, slings, and cannons, for example, aimed with some level of skill at us scooting Nerf-Gun-Pirates ?

At worst, some dude gets knocked the fuck off his scooter, life-jacket comes into play, and "pirate-squad" immediately tends to any fallen team-mates.

At best, coconuts float on water, so we'll have a bountiful harvest upon retreat.

Perhaps we up our game, and develop jet-skis with some sort of hydrostatic-pressure based mobile cannons, capable of returning the coconuts, softly, back to JJG's island.

Do I have to plan EVERYTHING ?!??


Now I understand JJG's avatar. He is jumping all over the place trying to dodge all the coconuts shot at him from the jetskis.

It's like... a premonition of $100K. Everything makes sense all of a sudden.

#bullish
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March 15, 2019, 09:03:42 PM

Lol @ bitserve. Right I’m out, until tomorrow gentlemen.
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yup not bad

 I would call that Bukovinian attire.  They may be Russian but... you would be more likely to find that pattern in Hungary or Romania imho




hrm..I am concerned about these two..

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don't be though. pretty sure they're over 18
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March 15, 2019, 09:12:20 PM

Have you ever seen any Ukrainian women?  Roll Eyes
Look, look at them someday (better personally), I guarantee you won't regret it! Cool


I was in Boryspil & Kiev in May for the Champions League Final. I saw many hot Ukranian girls. If I didn’t have a gf I would seek out a girl from Eastern Europe, they are VERY sexy.

So sexy https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamara_Press#/media/File:Tamara_Press_1960b.jpg
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March 15, 2019, 09:14:24 PM

Lol @ bitserve. Right I’m out, until tomorrow gentlemen.

Party hard my friend. Some day not very far apart you won't be as much interested on it... but those years are surely the last thing I would ever regret.
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March 15, 2019, 09:14:40 PM

Mine came out like this.

Pretty sure its bias, just cos I like mustaches and marching music, *shrug*?

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don't be though. pretty sure they're over 18

I may be wrong but I believe we have established at least some limited trust betwixt us..I will take you at your word sir.
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March 15, 2019, 09:21:08 PM

https://blog.coinbase.com/coinbase-pro-market-structure-update-fbd9d49f43d7

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World's 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%, says Oxfam


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March 15, 2019, 09:22:22 PM

Have you ever seen any Ukrainian women?  Roll Eyes
Look, look at them someday (better personally), I guarantee you won't regret it! Cool


I was in Boryspil & Kiev in May for the Champions League Final. I saw many hot Ukranian girls. If I didn’t have a gf I would seek out a girl from Eastern Europe, they are VERY sexy.

So sexy https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamara_Press#/media/File:Tamara_Press_1960b.jpg
What do you think of this one? The photo that you showed us is not very good at understanding what Ukrainian girls look like.
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re: infofronts "fuckyoucoiner" poll

my answer is based on todays value of ~$4k USD.

voted 200-499

reason is less than 200 btc is currently worth less than 1 mil USD (800k) max. now, combined with my other assets that possibly could meet minimum "set for life" money (although i would have to be careful) baring catastrophic collapse of fiat or other large scale unforeseen collapse of local civilization. although it could survive some fairly major "shit hits the fan things." largely because i already have a lot of what i need and all is paid off, in good repair, common failure mode spare parts, plus a decent amount of common maintenance stuff like tools, fuel, oil, filters are already purchased. stuff is well taken care of, and i have gone through a LOT of more or less worst case scenarios in my head, test my infrastructure and backup systems regularly, and modify things as real world testing indicates. a couple real world tests have validated my setups (tornado, week long power outage).

but to me thats not really "fuckyoucoiner" level. as you really have to e careful who you say "fuck you" to (aside from JJG on "fuckyou thursday" of course Grin).

so, at todays ~4k price i voted 200 - 499. so 800k-2 mil. split the difference, say 1.5 mil. combined with what i have that translates into being pretty comfortable. should allow a good sized cushion against much unforeseen stuff, still allow a pretty good lifestyle with the option of discretionary buying of toys and such. provides a decent amount of "fuck you" to things.

keep in mind that im older. younger people would need more as it needs to last longer. and if btc moons, well infofront will need a new poll.

I just did a "firecalc" for 1.5 million. Spending level of $58k. 95.8% success rate with at least 100k left over after 30 years, based on 118 total cycles, of which 5 failed. That's 3.91% of the starting portfolio.

I think that's pretty much fuckyou money, in addition to any other income you may have. Again, depends on your level of expenses. I voted a little higher, just in case.
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