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June 16, 2019, 01:34:34 PM

Price rises over 9k can we see tomorrow over 10k. For me this sure was unexpected didnt think it will recover so fast considering how it was previously when price reaches ATH. This is good maybe it will be after all over 15k by this year end.

Probably we might see another great impressive move from Bitcoin, remembered what happened 2015, this has been ringing inside me and hope to see a good shift this time. Am aiming to crack $9,999 before the end of the month. Lets us all wack it out....
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June 16, 2019, 01:37:10 PM

@PAASHAAS, Q2 could maybe be yours if the pump slightly continues Smiley
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June 16, 2019, 01:39:41 PM

helso - olseh
realsteelboy - steelboy
there's a newish system for recovering accounts
here at WO we leave no man behind

Oh really, what’s that?
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June 16, 2019, 01:40:48 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qHkcs3kG44

Good video....
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June 16, 2019, 01:43:23 PM

helso - olseh
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there's a newish system for recovering accounts
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Oh really, what’s that?

I think it's explained here.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5089777.0
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June 16, 2019, 01:44:30 PM

This is (very) fine.
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June 16, 2019, 01:48:44 PM
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My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

My nephew is into the drifting scene and competes. He runs a Supra with over 700Bhp. The thing is crazy quick. Biggest cost is tyres. Easily chewing through 6 sets in a session.
I have owned a couple of "nice" cars. A Merc CLK 55 AMG, a C32 AMG and a Lotus Elise 111R.
Preferred the Mercs over the Lotus although the Lotus was fun on the windy stuff.
Also had a couple of bikes GSXR and a CBR but gave those up after realising that they are not meant for mowing grass!
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June 16, 2019, 01:49:23 PM



Taking Off again?? Cheesy
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June 16, 2019, 01:50:37 PM

Dollar Cost Averaging Into Bitcoin
Explore how various dollar cost averaging strategies would have performed
If you invested a certain amount in bitcoin every week, look how much you would have!

https://dcabtc.com/?btc=1
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June 16, 2019, 01:50:47 PM

Ohhh yesss
c'mon let's do it again
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June 16, 2019, 01:52:04 PM
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"Naval Ravikant is an entrepreneur and angel investor, a co-author of Venture Hacks, and a co-maintainer of AngelList."
Never heard of this guy. But if he is an investor then whatever he is saying must be fact and is going to happen. Cheesy



Taking Off again?? Cheesy
Sound the horn of truth! Grin
Bitcoin is mooning! Shocked
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June 16, 2019, 01:55:00 PM

My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

My nephew is into the drifting scene and competes. He runs a Supra with over 700Bhp. The thing is crazy quick. Biggest cost is tyres. Easily chewing through 6 sets in a session.
I have owned a couple of "nice" cars. A Merc CLK 55 AMG, a C32 AMG and a Lotus Elise 111R.
Preferred the Mercs over the Lotus although the Lotus was fun on the windy stuff.
Also had a couple of bikes GSXR and a CBR but gave those up after realising that they are not meant for mowing grass!

One thing is for sure... motorsport ain't cheap!
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June 16, 2019, 01:55:55 PM

If I invested $ 1 a day in Bitcoin! I would get .... 18 + million


https://dcabtc.com/?btc=1
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June 16, 2019, 01:57:07 PM

If I invested $ 1 a day in Bitcoin! I would get .... 18 + million

https://i.imgur.com/CUXVvTF.png

holy sh*t  Shocked Shocked
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June 16, 2019, 01:57:15 PM
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My parents had a 300ZX Z32 as well, awesome cars, horrible to work on under the hood however. I think their history of Z ownership (from the 240 all the way to 350) inspired my love of Jap cars too and lead to me owning an R33 GTR.

There's something about mid 90's to mid 00's Jap cars that hold a special place in my heart

I had a R32 GTR. Without a shadow of a doubt the most hateful vehicle I have ever possessed. Everything went wrong, it handled and braked like shit. The engine was incredible so some day I will place one in a Morris Minor and enjoy the sole bright spot that car had to offer.

Ideally I'd like to buy back that specific car so I can slowly cut it to pieces with tin snips but I think it got scrapped which made me smirk.

Sorry you had that experience! However the 32's are getting long in the tooth now and were always underbraked apart from the VSPEC2's that came with the Brembo brakes standard. But yes, the RB26 is a beautiful engine, second only to the 2JZ in my book. Hopefully if BTC keeps doing well I'll end up owning a 32 and 34 as well. Don't have as much love for the 35... I appreciate it but it's way more reliant on electronics than I like; but bloody fast!

My nephew is into the drifting scene and competes. He runs a Supra with over 700Bhp. The thing is crazy quick. Biggest cost is tyres. Easily chewing through 6 sets in a session.
I have owned a couple of "nice" cars. A Merc CLK 55 AMG, a C32 AMG and a Lotus Elise 111R.
Preferred the Mercs over the Lotus although the Lotus was fun on the windy stuff.
Also had a couple of bikes GSXR and a CBR but gave those up after realising that they are not meant for mowing grass!



No show off, but this was me I think 8 years back in time Cheesy I did love to drive...

-Still cars and bikes are big boys toys imo Smiley I think the car I enjoyed the most was 2-years back when I had a amg gt....
As I see many are into Merc in here damn at the moment having an English vehicle F-type Roll Eyes
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June 16, 2019, 01:59:23 PM

Now that we've crossed the $9,000 barrier, why not take a look at the McAfee model again:



Assuming another %600-ish parabolic increase, it would put us around $65,000, which would mean McAfee may not have to heat his own dick as the model would be back on track. Consider that we went above %245 of the mean prediction line at the $20k peak, so there's a big margin of error. If moon and stars align (or ETF and halving) who knows. We'll have to find out in the next episode of McAfee Balls Z.

Edit: Actually funny how we just broke the nonlinear regression curve and given past precedents, the potential for a bullrun is around $60k



Maybe McAfee can keep his manhood after all. Hang on tight.

In addition to this, I want to add that Shelby is lately considering McAfee's model as a potential good candidate for 2020's price prediction, and it would look like this:



I can't imagine how this thread would look like if McAfee ends up being anywhere near right. Bitcointalk would probably collapse due too much traffic.
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June 16, 2019, 01:59:34 PM

I had a 190 E too,

I'm more interested in a Japanese Turbo Nutters Barge these days.

Jap FTW!




Any particular flavor?  

Had 3 MR2's the 3rd one a MK3 with added turbo and intercooler oil cooler standalone ECU overbore sleved racebuilt engine forged everything etc. and the last was a Nissan 300zx Twin turbo, FAF!

*edit*  and if you meant the Merc, it was the racey one. Best ever looking Merc in my opinion

Nice. I like the look of the Mitsubishi GTO even if they are totally unloved by the public.

The MR2 sounds nuts.  A real sleeper.  Did you ever track it?  I bet it could hold its own against an Exige or Clubman which is saying something.
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June 16, 2019, 02:00:44 PM



One thing is for sure... motorsport ain't cheap!

I do know that as a kid did moto-cross ugly bone breaking as well and as an +- adult I did a few years circuit but for amusement, still need a transportation vehicle, moto needs to be prepared but all sort of expensive pieces, every time new slicks and the story don't stop with costs .....
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June 16, 2019, 02:05:14 PM


Not to be a grumpy old fart, but those are daily weighted averages, and the day isn't over, and if it was, we'd still be below the top 100 days.

I have no doubt we'll make it very soon though.
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June 16, 2019, 02:06:00 PM

Well it's over 9000, which is of course impossible.

So what's the next hill to climb?
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