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Question: Oct. 23 Closing Price:
<$8,000 - 2 (4%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 0 (0%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 0 (0%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 0 (0%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 1 (2%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 0 (0%)
$11,000-$11,500 - 3 (6%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 4 (8%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 14 (28%)
$12,500-$13,000 - 11 (22%)
$13,000-$13,500 - 6 (12%)
$13,500-$14,000 - 3 (6%)
>$14,000 - 6 (12%)
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^anything (((digital currency))) related is a scam.  If it's not a non-perishable, physical commodity, it's not money and is just a valueless timestamp or IOU.  Anything that's not a resource in itself is just another Keynesian scam.  There is never a reason to trade a resource for a non-resource.  If you do, you got scammed.  Bitcoin is not a resource.  It's not a commodity.  It's just a valueless timestamp.
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Boring. You can do better, come on. And mind da joos.
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Well the 9k hat doesn't seem to be working too quickly so I made you guys a drink... got the idea from a jojo69 critigue of a MrFreeRoMan post Smiley

 
I would only substitute the tiled pavement with moon surface.

 Well actually, the drink is on a table...



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When Homer comes up with a solution, it's always deeply satisfying! Cheesy
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June 10, 2019, 06:10:25 PM

Boring. You can do better, come on.

The purpose of all Keynesian Chuck E Cheese tokens is to trick people into accepting something of no value (a non-resource) for something that actually does have value (a real commodity resource or labor).  New Keynesian scams are invented to try and accomplish this task every day.  Bitcoin is one such Keynesian scam.  It's comical watching Keynesians (the people on this forum) tell infinite numbers of lies per day to try and malevolently fool people into accepting them for real resources.
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June 10, 2019, 06:20:51 PM

My negative balaance?   I sold at 11500 long at 3500 sold at 6000.  I know you'er a bit dim, but surely even mentally challenged ppl like yourself can work that one out.  

I don't agree with your current bearish sentiment, but credit where due.
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June 10, 2019, 06:39:48 PM
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So that's how theymos became admin  Smiley. I was expecting different version with some spice but the man himself says " its pretty boring"  Roll Eyes

The story of how I became head admin is actually pretty boring. Moderators were needed, so I was made a global moderator. Then admins were needed, so I was made an admin. Then over time the other admins slowly lost interest and resigned until I was the only one left. I guess most of the people who were around here to see this have more-or-less left the community now. That's a bit sad.

It's not entirely clear, but for simplicity I usually say that I became head admin at the beginning of 2011, a little over a year after the forum was created.

The forum was originally located at bitcoin.org/smf, then forum.bitcoin.org (hence the redirect), and finally bitcointalk.org. Fun fact: The name "bitcointalk" was invented by Jeff Garzik, and he's the one who bought the domain.
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June 10, 2019, 06:46:34 PM

@roach Minor grammar issues ('infinite numbers of lies' was perhaps supposed to be 'an infinite number of lies'?), some unnecessary hyperbole (it can't be infinite anyway given the physical constraints), and no mention of any minority... well alright, what really matters to me is I liked the Keynesian Chuck E Cheese tokens bit. Thank you!  Cheesy
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Well the 9k hat doesn't seem to be working too quickly so I made you guys a drink... got the idea from a jojo69 critigue of a MrFreeRoMan post Smiley

 
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It’sad to be out of merit to be sent to this man!
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^It's okay.  I don't need merit; save it for somebody trying to get to hero member.
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It’sad to be out of merit!
Not that sad if some fellow bitcoiner has your back Wink
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June 10, 2019, 07:14:05 PM

Classic WO reaction to the bitsptamp ddos at the head and sholders neckline.

To the extent that there is some factual reality to a bitstamp ddos, which remains news to me (likely a FUD spreading attempt since it is coming from you):  you are coming off as a bit desperate in your attempted cave allegory readings of the bitcoin price dynamics, but I suppose you are not appearing any worse desperate than you were a few weeks ago...

I will concede that there is still some hope that your ongoing negative balance $6k BTC sell orders might be profitably redeemable in the future (absent the opportunity costs of your dumbass having had sold too much too soon).

I would applaud your opportunity for having had learned a lesson, but through your persistently stubborn posts, you have already sufficiently demonstrated that you don't lurn much too easily.   Tongue  So, in that regard, it remains difficult to feel sorry for you, too.   Cry



My negative balaance?   I sold at 11500 long at 3500 sold at 6000.  I know you'er a bit dim, but surely even mentally challenged ppl like yourself can work that one out.

Yes.  (presuming that you are not lying about some of your actions) I worked it out that if about a month ago, you sold your WHOLE BTC stash at $6k, then you have been missing some opportunity costs, and if the BTC price does not go back down to $6k, then you will have to buy BTC higher than you sold, in the event that you want to get back into BTC - which is one of the pride problems that Roach seems to have with his having had sold ALL of his BTC in the $700 range.

No one gives any shits about your supposed profits, including myself.  I am referring to the current predicament that you seemed to have placed yourself in by betting your whole BTC stash on down in the $6k range while the BTC price seems quite reluctant to return to those levels (at least so far), which could cause you to become "roached."  Getting "roached" does roll off the tongue so well, much better than if we have to use your more difficult name for such future reference to dumb.

Actually, do you recall member billyjoeallen (BJA)?  We can referred to getting BJA'ed and comfortably rolls off of the tongue..... but anywhooo, you kind of remind me of him.. talking your book, and making bold negative BTC prognostications.  in 2015/2016, even thereafter, he spent a large number of months talking his book and denigrating then bitcoin bulls, like me.  And, he would not go away for an extended period of time, and he would come back from time to time and grumble some FUD spreading nonsense.. a kind of butt hurt, while bragging how profitable that he had been at various points, including selling a considerable amount of his stash in the sub $300s in mid 2015.  Yes, he may have been "profitable," in absolute terms, but he certainly missed a lot of opportunities too by selling too much too soon. 

There are some other examples too... but anyhow you likely get my point(s), no?

In essence what I am saying is that you can put out your largely irrelevant bragging points as much you want regarding how supposedly successful and profitable that you have been, but you are not likely to impress too many peeps here with your missing of opportunities nonsense, even if it might currently feel that your rationalizations provide some temporary therapeutic relief for your seemingly increasing desperate situation (financially and psychologically).
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Well the 9k hat doesn't seem to be working too quickly so I made you guys a drink... got the idea from a jojo69 critigue of a MrFreeRoMan post Smiley

 
I would only substitute the tiled pavement with moon surface.

 Well actually, the drink is on a table...



 on the edge of Valles Marineris in the east Tharsis region of mars.  Tongue
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It’sad to be out of smerits to this man!
Someone help!!


This smerit system needs a revision. It should grant points per participation in the topics. Me too dont have any smerit to send to him.
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This smerit system needs a revision. It should grant points per participation in the topics. Me too dont have any smerit to send to him.
We already have that (that's activity). Am I missing something? As I understand it, the merit system has been introduced just so that spammers couldn't gain status by simply shitposting all over the place.

Maybe start a thread on meta? If it gains traction or it's really good, you might get a reply from someone who can actually change things.
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Wow!!!   That's really something.

I thought that it was going to be boring, but it drug me in.  

Would have been nice to go until the present.  It stops in January 2018, but a real piece of creativity.

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I would like to add that $8k has been observed again.  (I am kind of trolling the goose, with my repeated observation of $8k   hahahahahaha).  
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Wow!!!   That's really something.

I thought that it was going to be boring, but it drug me in.  

Would have been nice to go until the present.  It stops in January 2018, but a real piece of creativity.

Edit:

I would like to add that $8k has been observed again.  (I am kind of trolling the goose, with my repeated observation of $8k   hahahahahaha).  

Anyway, we slightly deviated from the intended goal! Keep fists)
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On average, every year so far, the value of Bitcoin has increased by about a factor ten. From 0.1 dollar in 2010, to 1 dollar in 2011, to 10 dollar in 2012, to 100 dollar in 2013. From now on, there's a slight slowdown, as the value increased by a factor ten every two years, to 1,000 dollar in 2015, to 10,000 in 2017, 100,000 in 2019, and 1,000,000 in 2021. From here onwards, there's no good way of expressing its value in dollars, as the dollar is no longer used, nor is any central bank issued currency for that matter. There are two main forms of wealth in today's world. Land and cryptocurrency.

This man predicted this 5 years ago!) Interesting to read
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June 10, 2019, 07:59:09 PM

...he spent a large number of months talking his book and denigrating ...

Perhaps you may find a mirror to be of some use, JJG. The only denigrating I see is coming from you.
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June 10, 2019, 08:16:07 PM

It’sad to be out of merit!
Not that sad if some fellow bitcoiner has your back Wink

Thanks, I owe you one then this drought will pass!
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June 10, 2019, 08:21:02 PM

Top 10 cities where Bitcoin is currently googled the most - via https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=Bitcoin

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