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March 22, 2019, 11:52:47 AM

getting myself to my car and gonna do some useful stuff.....

for the rest another DAY another HODL

hope all your WO's are HODLing with me Smiley

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March 22, 2019, 11:53:59 AM
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4 PM, but these things are rated at 131db

 Last summer, I was puttering away in my studio one evening, while Rick was away at work still, and neighbor across the alley's daughter had all her noisy friends over hooting, hollering, and making all sorts of noise.

 9pm-ish.

 Really got on my nerves after about 10 minutes, as their noisiness and shenanigans only increased.

 Decided I had enough.

 Cranked up the mix on all the channels and blared Blac Kolor "Awakening (feat. Jean-Luc De Meyer)" in it's entirety.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXnyw_op7gw

 They got the message by the time the song ended.

I use Lou Reed's "Metal Machine Music" for tasks such as this.

Meantime looks like we're still hanging onto 4000 for a few days now. This is good, better than months at 3400.
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March 22, 2019, 11:57:40 AM


for real?

I'm afraid I have become very jaded...part of me is looking for the long con.
It's a gambling outlet. Designed to be profitable the more people play. This is just a bad situation turned into 100+ BTC worth of marketing.
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March 22, 2019, 12:13:26 PM

Speaking of old, the retirement age in my country is being pushed back. We'll have 70+ old people working till their grave pretty soon, lots of people will never get their pension. Anyone have strong feelings on this?
Appears to be a kind of a you reap what you sow kind of thing to me. At least in Europe.

Most people who will have trouble with pensions don't have much of an excuse as to why they didn't put some 10-50 bucks a month into a retirement fund.

It's also pretty self-evident that government pension is a scam, at least around here. Whatever you pay in in fiat, you get back a fraction of. Even if you don't die ahead of schedule. And then there's inflation on top of that.

Curiously, if you don't pay on schedule you get penalized as well and have to pay fines.
Not sure how that's going to help the individuals that screamed for "government funded" pensions. But the fact that the only way to have a decent retirement is preparing it for yourself is pretty transparent if you try to look.

Yet people vote precisely that reality in themselves.
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March 22, 2019, 12:17:34 PM
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Did anyone hear those bitcoin-related songs?

Zhou Tonged - Holding (Billy Joel - The Longest Time)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG1qooBzE2w


Gramatik - Satoshi Nakamoto MUSIC VIDEO (feat. Adrian Lau & ProbCause)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HAwC0swp96I&feature=youtu.be
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March 22, 2019, 12:22:03 PM
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I’m self employed, my partner & I run one successful business (online ladies fashion store) & we’ve just started another one.

I’m in my early 30’s, I don’t have a private pension. I’ve been thinking for a while that I need to start one, my girl does too. The thing is though, like the post above me states - Some pension plans are a scam. What if I die before I even get back what I pay in over the next 30-35 years?

This is where bitcoin comes into play....I have plenty of bitcoin & to be honest even if I just keep 5 until I’m 65 the price then will probably be obscenely high that it’ll be so much better thsn a shitty pension any way.

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March 22, 2019, 12:24:37 PM

getting myself to my car and gonna do some useful stuff.....

for the rest another DAY another HODL

hope all your WO's are HODLing with me Smiley

have a pleasant day and pre-weekend fun
Hurray,enjoy your holidays from now on.,Don't forget to bring your girl with you. Cheesy

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March 22, 2019, 12:29:02 PM

I used to think I'd live to be around 120 years old. But now, I'm thinking, if I even get to 90 or even 85, that I would have lived a good life anyway. (Or even earlier, but not too early.)

Just need to get that first elusive million, then live on interest.

There are the traditional methods of self-pensioning (without relying on government) and the alternatives are crypto, but not yet mature or stable.

And then, of course, you really need to get term life insurance. Term life is the most basic, most pure, insurance. That is why it is also the cheapest. Something like $30 per month to cover $500k for a 10 year term. You may or may not need longer than that.
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March 22, 2019, 12:31:18 PM

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March 22, 2019, 12:32:44 PM

getting myself to my car and gonna do some useful stuff.....

for the rest another DAY another HODL

hope all your WO's are HODLing with me Smiley

have a pleasant day and pre-weekend fun
Hurray,enjoy your holidays from now on.,Don't forget to bring your girl with you. Cheesy


Yep, If It is your Girlfriend so enjoy and go  Long drive why jump your girlfriend Grin  Grin
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March 22, 2019, 12:34:47 PM
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I’m self employed, my partner & I run one successful business (online ladies fashion store) & we’ve just started another one.

I’m in my early 30’s, I don’t have a private pension. I’ve been thinking for a while that I need to start one, my girl does too. The thing is though, like the post above me states - Some pension plans are a scam. What if I die before I even get back what I pay in over the next 30-35 years?

This is where bitcoin comes into play....I have plenty of bitcoin & to be honest even if I just keep 5 until I’m 65 the price then will probably be obscenely high that it’ll be so much better thsn a shitty pension any way.


You can create your own pension fund by just accumulating fiat, various stocks, Bitcoin and perhaps some metals or whatever. Doesn't take obscene amounts to at least be safe in retirement.

The government pension fund here is legally mandatory if you're not self-employed or only making money through capital gains, which is why I just threw the $50 per month number out there. That's enough to at least not be scrambling for bread crumbs later on if you don't start very late. And with a couple hundred a month in stocks you'll live far above average if you don't buy the BitConnect IPO 100% of the time.

Retirement funds aren't fun or exciting, but unless you're very sure that you will end up with "fuckyoumoney" anyways you best get started early. And that's most people given the wealth distribution data. If people started thinking about this earlier in life I'd be surprised if the wealth gap didn't start shrinking though, good thing education prepares them adequately for questions that matter. But that's off the point.
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March 22, 2019, 12:37:54 PM

I used to think I'd live to be around 120 years old. But now, I'm thinking, if I even get to 90 or even 85, that I would have lived a good life anyway. (Or even earlier, but not too early.)

Just need to get that first elusive million, then live on interest.

There are the traditional methods of self-pensioning (without relying on government) and the alternatives are crypto, but not yet mature or stable.

And then, of course, you really need to get term life insurance. Term life is the most basic, most pure, insurance. That is why it is also the cheapest. Something like $30 per month to cover $500k for a 10 year term. You may or may not need longer than that.
Have you read the conversations about rejuvenation and halting aging we've had on the WO?


Also, what's a term insurance and how can it cover $500k over 10 years with only $30 per month? Takes 1389 years without compounding to get to $500k at that rate, so I'm kinda confused.
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March 22, 2019, 12:41:20 PM

A banquet is in progress.
The guests are enjoying an appetizer of raw oysters.
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darn it...
Trying to elicit a response from someone else here.

oh man. we dont have one of ((them)) here do we??
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March 22, 2019, 12:47:57 PM

I used to think I'd live to be around 120 years old. But now, I'm thinking, if I even get to 90 or even 85, that I would have lived a good life anyway. (Or even earlier, but not too early.)

Just need to get that first elusive million, then live on interest.

There are the traditional methods of self-pensioning (without relying on government) and the alternatives are crypto, but not yet mature or stable.

And then, of course, you really need to get term life insurance. Term life is the most basic, most pure, insurance. That is why it is also the cheapest. Something like $30 per month to cover $500k for a 10 year term. You may or may not need longer than that.

I agree with you that 85-90 is much time for lived a good life when people age 70+ so he is not good working always she/he suffer many problems it is maximum people, but per month save $30 so it is the good decision if everyone can follow this for backup and light her future.
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March 22, 2019, 01:04:36 PM

going back to 4K ?

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March 22, 2019, 01:10:09 PM

getting myself to my car and gonna do some useful stuff.....

for the rest another DAY another HODL

hope all your WO's are HODLing with me Smiley

have a pleasant day and pre-weekend fun
Hurray,enjoy your holidays from now on.,Don't forget to bring your girl with you. Cheesy


Yep, If It is your Girlfriend so enjoy and go  Long drive why jump your girlfriend Grin  Grin
Long drive need good company,so having a girl with you will be much more delighted then doing alone and jerking off alone. Grin Grin
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March 22, 2019, 01:11:39 PM

Btw.....

Missing many regulars @WO  Sad

Where are you HODLers
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March 22, 2019, 01:12:34 PM

I’m self employed, my partner & I run one successful business (online ladies fashion store) & we’ve just started another one.

I’m in my early 30’s, I don’t have a private pension. I’ve been thinking for a while that I need to start one, my girl does too. The thing is though, like the post above me states - Some pension plans are a scam. What if I die before I even get back what I pay in over the next 30-35 years?

This is where bitcoin comes into play....I have plenty of bitcoin & to be honest even if I just keep 5 until I’m 65 the price then will probably be obscenely high that it’ll be so much better thsn a shitty pension any way.



Traditional Pension program works perfectly fine in my side of the world if someone is a government employee and guess private pension is more or less same everywhere.

I didn't think about any pension plan yet but already secured investment in Property and got a modest amount of BTC for the long term. Call it hODL or pension plan, but it's sealed for good 10-15 years. Though I still hesitate to call long term BTC holding as a pension plan because we don't know what future holds and one should always be kept an open mind if something change.



I used to think I'd live to be around 120 years old. But now, I'm thinking, if I even get to 90 or even 85, that I would have lived a good life anyway. (Or even earlier, but not too early.)

The way our lifestyle changing drastically. even 85 marks look stretch to me. My grandpa and ma died when they were 102 and 103 respectively due to natural cause. I can't even imagine natural death in my current lifestyle and I am kinda living a healthy life. Physically Fit-No smoking-below average drinker.
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March 22, 2019, 01:20:21 PM

Hey? hey guys? Your country is in deep fucking debt. Your pension will be purged.

In my country we are simply civilized enough to alter the deal rather than tell people to their face that they got rekt.
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March 22, 2019, 01:28:40 PM

going back to 4K ?

Yes.
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