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I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo. Remember what happened when we had a long, boring period in the mid $3,000’s?

Nothing better than boring, almost non-price action. It makes noobs confident enough to invest & then we start the next leg up plus I guess it gives us all a chance to keep stacking.

This could be like running relatively flat in the $350 to $450 territory...  

The $3,000 territory is a different kind of flat... because it was the bottom of a major correction.  We are in the middle of an up, not the bottom of a correction.


I’m enjoying this newly found price stability at $10,500 - $10,800. If we could run sideways for Q3 of 2019 that’d be really bullish imo.

What will you do if it's the first priced in halving and after halving it just sits here or dumps to $6k or lower with everyone sitting there like "WHAT THE FUCK THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A GET RICH QUICK SCHEME PONZI"

Yes another dump is possible, and every  BTC HODLer should be prepared for either price direction.  You, roach, nonetheless, seem to be wishing for something that is less likely, and too bad that you do not have any coins in order that you could prepare yourself for more likely scenarios, rather than your pie in the sky wishfulness.

Even if the price did dump to $6,000 I’d still have a large sum of money available to me which was only really possible (for me) through bitcoin. I wouldn’t see that kind of money until I get inheritance which could be 30 years away.

Decent point, LFC.  Some of us have made money that would have never even had been possible for us under a vast array of regular circumstances, and even if bitcoin takes a decently sized price drop (which is possible) we still have way more money than we would otherwise have had.

Also, it really feels like most of you people in this thread have never been miners.  I've mined with CPUs, a room full of GPUs, and mined with ASICs.  People who have mined understand a lot better how the economics of this market works than people who haven't.  It sure as hell doesn't feel like Trollgoossens has mined anything, nor JayJuanGee.

Yeah, right roach.

You are so god damned smart about "bitcoin economics" and other life matters and that is why you sold all your BTC at $700 and are watching on the sidelines and bitching about it like a dumb ass.  actual facts add up?  Ironic that trollgoosen and I are lucky as fuck in terms of bitcoin economics, something that neither of us really understands.  go figure. Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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July 21, 2019, 02:13:48 PM

r0ach, you remind me of Ted Kaczynski...

Ted was obviously right.  I mean, what does a computer do?  It takes data and rigidly defines it into various structures then tracks and monitors it all in real-time.  Allowing any integration of humans into that process is always going to end up with the human being evaluated then monitored in real-time like cattle as well.  For that not to happen, computers have to be a trivial curiousity like they were in the 1980's and early 90's instead of a requirement to exist at all where everything from getting a job to shopping and everything else requires integrating yourself into it on the internet.

And what is Bitcoin?  An even further malpractice of that phenomenon.  Everything is tracked and monitored in real-time with biometric identification inevitably being linked to accounts and so forth.  There's absolutely nothing good that can come from digital shitcoins at all, especially when physical metals are infinitely more viable as money and don't have all the dystopian downsides digital shitcoins do.
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getting attention can be a double one plus good because it seems to cause me to consider whether I should post and if so, then what to post, but of course, that consideration tends to be very automated...  arguably better than having a whole team.    Wink

By the way... jbreher is posting on behalf of the gov, isn't it ssssoooooo obvious?


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i can't make serious accusations like that willy nilly, even in jest.


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Btw who knows this spazio i’m talking about??

We have a few of them to cruise with on sunny days and for lulz...

Most ugly old scooters but the best to cruise with Smiley
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Well quite a different ride from the first picture...you posted her a few weeks ago...
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Btw who knows this spazio i’m talking about??

We have a few of them to cruise with on sunny days and for lulz...

Most ugly old scooters but the best to cruise with Smiley
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Well quite a different ride from the first picture...you posted her a few weeks ago...


I know but I Will never ever sell my spazio .... its a vehicle a have already my whole life .... Cheesy

I do have a few things to ride on, but on a sunny day.... Then F*** I do love this one to cruise on...

I know its not the most beautiful but yeah thats not the thing that matters most imo Smiley

Most funny thing... I have one in the same colour as well Cheesy
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Btw who knows this spazio i’m talking about??

We have a few of them to cruise with on sunny days and for lulz...

Most ugly old scooters but the best to cruise with Smiley
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Well quite a different ride from the first picture...you posted her a few weeks ago...


I know but I Will never ever sell my spazio .... its a vehicle a have already my whole life .... Cheesy

I do have a few things to ride on, but on a sunny day.... Then F*** I do love this one to cruise on...

I know its not the most beautiful but yeah thats not the thing that matters most imo Smiley

Most funny thing... I have one in the same colour as well Cheesy

When you have class, you can ride anything and make it classy.
At least this is what I used to think when I rode some horrible looking scooter myself:



Actually quite similar looking Mic...
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July 21, 2019, 02:48:11 PM

Fuck driving a scooter/moped. I nearly died in a car accident when I was in my early 20’s. I would have been in about 100 pieces if I was on a scooter. I’m too much of a pussy to feel safe on a scooter.
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Fuck driving a scooter/moped. I nearly died in a car accident when I was in my early 20’s. I would have been in about 100 pieces if I was on a scooter. I’m too much of a pussy to feel safe on a scooter.

Thats why you ride one of these.



Whats behind me cannot hurt me. Cheesy

But then again hitting a tornado at 120 almost did.
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Fuck driving a scooter/moped. I nearly died in a car accident when I was in my early 20’s. I would have been in about 100 pieces if I was on a scooter. I’m too much of a pussy to feel safe on a scooter.

Thats why you ride one of these.



Whats behind me cannot hurt me. Cheesy

But then again hitting a tornado at 120 almost did.


I didn't see your 1pt font line until I quoted your comment to reply, it didn't even register on my eyeballs.

So I'm abandoning my previous reply to ask you this: Were you trying to just speed through the tornado, or, why didn't you turn around?
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Good morn Bitcoinland.
One-oh-four-one-oh greenbacks,
(Bitcoinaverage).

Going sideways now.
At least we're in 5 digits.
Go go Bitcoin go.

Gambling is worse than sex drugs and rock and roll !!!

Everything is worse than S&D&R&R.

S&D&R&R are excellent, assuming the D stands for soft drugs like caffeine, cannabis and alcohol and not hard drugs like opiates, cocaine and benzodiazapines.
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LoL ......... Spazio cruising with a few. Roll Eyes

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And current time = almost drunk..... Will be 4 days in a row

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All flats on bitcoin graph are "fake" inasmuch as they always resolve in a drastic move up or down.

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Gold production has *increased* in each of the last 10 years.

Bitcoin production has *decreased* in each of the last 9 years.

Which one is truly scarce?

https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1152655999595089920

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The #learntocode meme people post pretending coding is the future of employment is hilariously stupid.  You need to be a flat out fool to not be able to tell the video games industry is in an insane bubble right now.  There's so many games coming out per day you can't even play a fraction of them even if you pirate them all, don't work, and play video games 24 hours a day lol.  Here's some guy on Youtube today talking about how he sent out 1000 job applications and got one interview, and a guy in the comment section with 200 and no job or interview.  

Coding is a fucking bubble.  Telling everyone "learn to code" is like telling everyone on earth "learn to be a plumber dude".  In an economic downturn, nobody even needs any virtual jibberish located inside of a computer so almost the entire industry is expendable except for a few govt, healthcare, billing, etc, related jobs.  Of course, these people's posts are likely also an indicator of the general direction of the economy at the moment as well.



And yet, you're using technology to post in this forum. The above text has been processed by several pieces of code, on your computer, on several servers, and on mine, before appearing on my screen.

r0ach, you remind me of Ted Kaczynski...


85% of jobs in the US are filled by referrals.  Anyone not using their network and relying solely on job application letters is approaching the problem fundamentally wrong, especially if they are applying for positions above “entry level” at Taco Bell.

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Uhrig explained that there was another numbers game at play, too. “Roughly 80% of jobs are never posted–probably closer to 90% for more senior jobs,” he told me. “The competition for posted jobs is insane. ATSes do a horrendous job of selecting the best candidates, and–perhaps most important–the best jobs are almost never posted.”

Other recruiters I’ve spoken to since running my robo-experiments suggested that most positions on job boards were either posted by an HR person who’s since changed jobs, or they have already been filled. (Or, in the case of a lot of tech companies, they’ve already decided to hire someone on an H1B visa but need to post the position to fulfill requirements.)

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So where has this left me, aside from somewhat disheartened? Well, for one thing, it leaves me a little bit wiser. As my faith in the front-facing application process eroded into near oblivion, I learned three lessons by robotically applying to thousands of jobs:

It’s not how you apply, it’s who you know. And if you don’t know someone, don’t bother.
Companies are trying to fill a position with minimal risk, not discover someone who breaks the mold.
The number of jobs you apply to has no correlation to whether you’ll be considered, and you won’t be considered for jobs you don’t get the chance to apply to.

https://www.fastcompany.com/3069166/i-built-a-bot-to-apply-to-thousands-of-jobs-at-once-heres-what-i-learned


Typical example of roach being completely disconnected from reality, and stumbling across a dumb YouTuber that doesn’t understand how his own industry works.  
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Bitcoin production has *decreased* in each of the last 9 years.

Which one is truly scarce?

https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1152655999595089920



There is something very dangerous about the gold based economy.

I am sure most people who follow this topic are aware of this, gold isn't limited supply. Gold supply is infinite.

The technology being used to extract gold from soil is finite.

Gold is in the sea, in the ground, in the space it is every where. Just because we are extracting it from dirt doesn't mean there won't be any new tech which is going to extract gold from ocean water. Maybe it is already here we don't know about it...

The beauty of bitcoin is, when someone comes up with a new tech ASIC which is better than all the others, you can't really hide it because the total hash power of the network will make a spike.

On the other hand you can't know who's using secret tech to extract gold from the moon soil. When you think like that gold isn't much different than seashells you pick from the ocean. It just takes a bit more work. When you come up with a tech which reduces that work amount, gold is done. No different than a fucking pebble.

I would bet on that it is already happening.
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Gold production has *increased* in each of the last 10 years.

Bitcoin production has *decreased* in each of the last 9 years.

Which one is truly scarce?

https://twitter.com/kerooke/status/1152655999595089920



There is something very dangerous about the gold based economy.

I am sure most people who follow this topic are aware of this, gold isn't limited supply. Gold supply is infinite.

The technology being used to extract gold from soil is finite.

Gold is in the sea, in the ground, in the space it is every where. Just because we are extracting it from dirt doesn't mean there won't be any new tech which is going to extract gold from ocean water. Maybe it is already here we don't know about it...

The beauty of bitcoin is, when someone comes up with a new tech ASIC which is better than all the others, you can't really hide it because the total hash power of the network will make a spike.

On the other hand you can't know who's using secret tech to extract gold from the moon soil. When you think like that gold isn't much different than seashells you pick from the ocean. It just takes a bit more work. When you come up with a tech which reduces that work amount, gold is done. No different than a fucking pebble.

I would bet on that it is already happening.

If we forget the gold from space. It is hard for me to speculate about that but, the infinity argument. Added supply each year is as it is. It is finite. On average in last decades was from 1-1.5% of total supply.  That is fixed finite number.  What is unknown with any natural item is that you dont know what will be 10 years from now. With Bitcoin you know exactly.  When we compare gold to Bitcoin one thing is sure. Next year Bitcoins yearly emission inflation will get really close to Golds mining inflation.
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July 21, 2019, 07:58:55 PM

Bumped and get dumped in the last 24 hours.

This is all just noise, this is nothing. Think of it like foreplay. We only get to stick our dicks in after the halving & that’s when the real fun starts.
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Bumped and get dumped in the last 24 hours.

Think of it like foreplay. We only get to stick our dicks in after the halving & that’s when the real fun starts.

unless it's a case of vagina dentata...lol
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Bumped and get dumped in the last 24 hours.

Think of it like foreplay. We only get to stick our dicks in after the halving & that’s when the real fun starts.

unless it's a case of vagina dentata...lol

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