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April 21, 2019, 09:53:03 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrGx0lhdNBY&t=11509s

I posted the stream earlier but surprisingly nobody here was interested in it.

Anyway this what this bald guy thinks going to happen:

https://i.ibb.co/8D1XLSq/der.png

Looks fucking scary. If they asked me to paint the most horrific bear run, I would exactly paint it like this. It is long, it is not directly going down, it is a fucking torture. You think going from 6k to 3k was bad? Pray it doesn't go below.

I guess I am scared. Gonna wait a few months before I buy anything new. No more FOMO.

Hi, please, say to Tone Vays "Bottom is already IN !!!"  :-)
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April 21, 2019, 09:58:35 PM

Hope you guys had a nice easter!  Grin

Anyone find a bitcoin in an egg? Tongue
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April 21, 2019, 09:58:40 PM

China is “socialism with Chinese characteristics” which translates to hyper-capitalism.  

The USA is far more socialist than China. 
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April 21, 2019, 10:01:00 PM

This is the poster used to explain the letter "n" when i went to school. https://www.tradera.com/item/2024/347353754/skolplansch-n-ur-lenas-abc

Imagine the snowflakes if that had been today.
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April 21, 2019, 10:02:30 PM

China is “socialism with Chinese characteristics” which translates to hyper-capitalism.  

The USA is far more socialist than China. 

Funny how socialists always claim that the socialist countries aren't really socialist.
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April 21, 2019, 10:04:18 PM

Hope you guys had a nice easter!  Grin

Anyone find a bitcoin in an egg? Tongue

Same to you thanks, and no, didn't even find an egg
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April 21, 2019, 10:05:43 PM

China is “socialism with Chinese characteristics” which translates to hyper-capitalism.  

The USA is far more socialist than China.  

Funny how socialists always claim that the socialist countries aren't really socialist.

Maybe Venezuela is not socialist either. I donno, I am starting to get very lost on this subject.

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April 21, 2019, 10:06:58 PM

Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.
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April 21, 2019, 10:08:26 PM

After the greatest naval defeat since the Battle of Midway, I see Elwar has given up on his dream of cosplaying a floating fishing lure.

He will continue elsewhere

And long time  no see, think its been from the night of that 1K pump Cheesy Cheesy
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Just so we are clear, the right wing utopia has people that starve in the streets?


hard to believe anyone would actually choose starvation over sweeping up the stockroom, I mean, come on.

I believe that the community has a number of people who are able bodied and mentally ill, or just plain stubborn.  

I want to work on the edge cases, because the edge cases are where the rubber hits the road.

You don't "work on the edge cases", you change the goalposts, first we agree that people who are not capable of working should be helped, then you include the very same category in your cohort of unwilling (people who are able bodied and mentally ill).
And btw children that are endangered would be cared for by social services. We are talking about adults here. Another example of you moving the goalposts.

Ok so the right wing utopia does have social services ?

I want to know what happens to the kids because that is where the right wing approach always breaks down, and we end up with something that looks like what we currently have.
If taxes were voluntary they would imply a government participating in the free market by offering services that the population decides how much it should be worth. Hence compatible with capitalism.

These services could also extend to contracts along the line of "if you receive social services for x amount of time you will pay p percent of your paycheck for y amount of time once you get a job". The money could then be used either for further funding, or if "too profitable" be paid back to people who "invested their taxes" in the service.

The rest would take care of itself by services being added, redacted and modified based on funding and changing landscape of social issues.

Could also use that to fund going to fucking Mars, longevity, curing random diseases or fixing any other type of problem that is unlikely to be profitable and that people would come up with.

Would also change the political debate from retarded pronouns to figuring out how to best allocate money and thus end partisan horseshit.
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Just so we are clear, the right wing utopia has people that starve in the streets?


hard to believe anyone would actually choose starvation over sweeping up the stockroom, I mean, come on.

I believe that the community has a number of people who are able bodied and mentally ill, or just plain stubborn.  

I want to work on the edge cases, because the edge cases are where the rubber hits the road.

You don't "work on the edge cases", you change the goalposts, first we agree that people who are not capable of working should be helped, then you include the very same category in your cohort of unwilling (people who are able bodied and mentally ill).
And btw children that are endangered would be cared for by social services. We are talking about adults here. Another example of you moving the goalposts.

Ok so the right wing utopia does have social services ?

I want to know what happens to the kids because that is where the right wing approach always breaks down, and we end up with something that looks like what we currently have.

No you don't, if that was the case you would have asked that to begin with. You are just out to provoke.

No we went through a necessary process in order to establish that refuseniks starve in the streets.  

This is important context because it establishes the risk that children of refuseniks could also starve in the streets.

Having lived in China, I have seen a 4 year old child sleeping in a garbage bag in the snow outside my office. I want to know if the right wingers aspire to the same result in Western countries.   Or alternatively whether that is unacceptable and the talk about refuseniks starving in the streets is just bluster.
Did you mention that the child was most likely stolen to be used for begging?

Weird how that's left out. It's a well known crisis in China.

I guarantee if having children gave a monthly check in China they would have even more child theft.
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April 21, 2019, 10:14:44 PM

Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.
We are discussing what is being suggested in real legislation in the US. Not some fantasy land only this only that. The current US setup but now with added giving money to lazy people and taxing out the ass.
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April 21, 2019, 10:22:10 PM

Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.

If you think having a function of some kind for taking care of children makes a socialist and a free society the same you are delusional.

I really can't take care of you any more, I have to go to bed now. Try to find answers to your questions using DDG instead.
You can start here. https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/key-concepts-libertarianism
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It will not go under $1200. Whoever was dreaming months ago about that is just a dreamer. Right now is not a dreamer anymore but an idiot. Even sub $2000 should never happen.  $3200 as it was is just perfect. Yes it can go there in next 4 months, but most likely will dip to like $3600 minimum.  Come on. $1200. Really? Bitcoin was $1200, 5 and half years ago.

In a bog standard pump and dump (which is what bitcoin is - a pump and dump scam), the $3000's would be the bottom in a standard pump and dump whose future is not to completely implode and die off and live to see another day.  Since transaction validators are designed to centralize making it have zero fundamentals and no reason to exist, plus tokens being non-fungible and thus a permissioned ledger by default, it could also go the other way in a slow grind to complete failure, as anything with zero fundamentals would do on a long enough timeline.

Bitcoin's future relies entirely on how many clueless people you can fool because it's fundamentals are just not there - they don't exist.  It's a govt created bancor scam designed to try and trick people away from actual money (physical metals) and into a cashless society slavery system.  Everything about the "whitepaper" was a lie from day one.  Things like "peer to peer currency with no middlemen".  Every transaction has 3 or more parties involved.  It has built-in, rent seeking middlemen and it's not even possible to do a transaction with only 2 parties!  How the fuck is that "peer to peer"??

The big lie:  "the use of a lie so colossal that no one would believe that someone could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously"

There's your whitefraudpaper.  Everything from $200 to $20,000 was entirely accounting fraud/tether fraud on Bitfinex, so who knows what the hell the real bottom is.  Start with $200 then attempt to do mental gymnastics to try and buffer it higher by whatever nonsensical measure you choose.
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Just so we are clear, the right wing utopia has people that starve in the streets?


hard to believe anyone would actually choose starvation over sweeping up the stockroom, I mean, come on.

I believe that the community has a number of people who are able bodied and mentally ill, or just plain stubborn.  

I want to work on the edge cases, because the edge cases are where the rubber hits the road.

You don't "work on the edge cases", you change the goalposts, first we agree that people who are not capable of working should be helped, then you include the very same category in your cohort of unwilling (people who are able bodied and mentally ill).
And btw children that are endangered would be cared for by social services. We are talking about adults here. Another example of you moving the goalposts.

Ok so the right wing utopia does have social services ?

I want to know what happens to the kids because that is where the right wing approach always breaks down, and we end up with something that looks like what we currently have.
If taxes were voluntary they would imply a government participating in the free market by offering services that the population decides how much it should be worth. Hence compatible with capitalism.

These services could also extend to contracts along the line of "if you receive social services for x amount of time you will pay p percent of your paycheck for y amount of time once you get a job". The money could then be used either for further funding, or if "too profitable" be paid back to people who "invested their taxes" in the service.

The rest would take care of itself by services being added, redacted and modified based on funding and changing landscape of social issues.

Could also use that to fund going to fucking Mars, longevity, curing random diseases or fixing any other type of problem that is unlikely to be profitable and that people would come up with.

Would also change the political debate from retarded pronouns to figuring out how to best allocate money and thus end partisan horseshit.
listen here xer, you don't understand, my pronouns and hashtag drama are more important to voters and the general hivemind than getting real advancement in the political process.
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April 21, 2019, 10:26:17 PM

It will not go under $1200. Whoever was dreaming months ago about that is just a dreamer. Right now is not a dreamer anymore but an idiot. Even sub $2000 should never happen.  $3200 as it was is just perfect. Yes it can go there in next 4 months, but most likely will dip to like $3600 minimum.  Come on. $1200. Really? Bitcoin was $1200, 5 and half years ago.

In a bog standard pump and dump (which is what bitcoin is - a pump and dump scam), the $3000's would be the bottom in a standard pump and dump whose future is not to completely implode and die off and live to see another day.  Since transaction validators are designed to centralize making it have zero fundamentals and no reason to exist, plus tokens being non-fungible and thus a permissioned ledger by default, it could also go the other way in a slow grind to complete failure, as anything with zero fundamentals would do on a long enough timeline.

Bitcoin's future relies entirely on how many clueless people you can fool because it's fundamentals are just not there - they don't exist.  It's a govt created bancor scam designed to try and trick people away from actual money (physical metals) and into a cashless society slavery system.  Everything about the "whitepaper" was a lie from day one.  Things like "peer to peer currency with no middlemen".  Every transaction has 3 or more parties involved.  It has built-in, rent seeking middlemen and it's not even possible to do a transaction with only 2 parties!  How the fuck is that "peer to peer"Huh??

The big lie:  "the use of a lie so colossal that no one would believe that someone could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously"
Life must take a weird path to end up being an angry Nazi that is so jealous and enraged about making a wrong decision and following rawdawgs advice that your still in disbelief and spend your days refusing to believe the truth in front of your face.

Silvers not going up anytime soon, we're all going to be making a much better ROI than you.
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April 21, 2019, 10:32:39 PM

It will not go under $1200. Whoever was dreaming months ago about that is just a dreamer. Right now is not a dreamer anymore but an idiot. Even sub $2000 should never happen.  $3200 as it was is just perfect. Yes it can go there in next 4 months, but most likely will dip to like $3600 minimum.  Come on. $1200. Really? Bitcoin was $1200, 5 and half years ago.

In a bog standard pump and dump (which is what bitcoin is - a pump and dump scam), the $3000's would be the bottom in a standard pump and dump whose future is not to completely implode and die off and live to see another day.  Since transaction validators are designed to centralize making it have zero fundamentals and no reason to exist, plus tokens being non-fungible and thus a permissioned ledger by default, it could also go the other way in a slow grind to complete failure, as anything with zero fundamentals would do on a long enough timeline.

Bitcoin's future relies entirely on how many clueless people you can fool because it's fundamentals are just not there - they don't exist.  It's a govt created bancor scam designed to try and trick people away from actual money (physical metals) and into a cashless society slavery system.  Everything about the "whitepaper" was a lie from day one.  Things like "peer to peer currency with no middlemen".  Every transaction has 3 or more parties involved.  It has built-in, rent seeking middlemen and it's not even possible to do a transaction with only 2 parties!  How the fuck is that "peer to peer"Huh??

The big lie:  "the use of a lie so colossal that no one would believe that someone could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously"
Silvers not going up anytime soon, we're all going to be making a much better ROI than you.

Correction, you *HOPE* you're able to scam some random millenials or boomers to buy into your Ponzi in order to profit off them and make an ROI.  I guess it's possible you might be able to scam Tim Draper into holding the bag or something?  But rich people tend to be harder to scam.  It's usually the rich scamming the common man instead.  This is why a pump "to the moon" is such a sketchy proposition in bitcoin.  

The average human is flat broke nowadays with all wealth concentrated at the top, so the rich taking the ball and manipulating it to a gazillion dollars would have nobody for them to sell to and they'd be the bagholders with a few small fish profiting off them.  The only real, valid proposition for bitcoin "to the moon" pumping is that it's a govt created bancor scam designed to try and trick people away from physical metals and into a (((digital currency))) slavery system.  But if you're going to be a Judas shilling for that you might as well just get a job at MSNBC.

I hope you caught the polls on Zerohedge the other day.  70% of people oppose a digital only currency.  Physical metals win, (((digital currency))) loses.
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April 21, 2019, 10:38:02 PM

Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.
We are discussing what is being suggested in real legislation in the US. Not some fantasy land only this only that. The current US setup but now with added giving money to lazy people and taxing out the ass.

TBH I haven’t followed the new green deal and don’t know what is being proposed.
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April 21, 2019, 10:40:00 PM

China is “socialism with Chinese characteristics” which translates to hyper-capitalism.  

The USA is far more socialist than China.  

Funny how socialists always claim that the socialist countries aren't really socialist.


China left socialism 40 years ago.  Of course slow at start. Right now is in many aspects way more liberal capitalist country as is Trump USA. If China would stay socialist until today would not become strongest economy. Impossible.


Maybe Venezuela is not socialist either. I donno, I am starting to get very lost on this subject.

Venezuela is socialist.  Venezuela and China are opposite.     China is Communist society system and capitalist economic system. Venezuela have democratic society system and socialist economic system.
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Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.
We are discussing what is being suggested in real legislation in the US. Not some fantasy land only this only that. The current US setup but now with added giving money to lazy people and taxing out the ass.

TBH I haven’t followed the new green deal and don’t know what is being proposed.
Just what we were discussing a living wage for those unable AND unwilling to work. It's that and unwilling for what we discussing.

Another part of it is a rehab of every single building in the US to make it green, every single home.

A ban on combustion engines fully implemented in under 10 years.

Ban on cow farms

Ban on airplanes (part of the combustion engine issues)

And much much more. It's a silly thing.
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