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Ahhhh guys, this is the best thread on here by far. Possibly the best on the entire internet.

Never change guys, you give me life Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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August 20, 2019, 03:59:21 PM

Well, I guess you broke his/her merit virginity at least....

Yeah, nutildah seems to have a thing for virgin piercing merits.
I confess, it was my first also. Grin
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August 20, 2019, 04:03:43 PM
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Sex, on the other hand, is something a normal person spends at least a dozen hours a week doing. It's hard not to think about it while you're doing it. Then there are the happy hours of anticipation and afterglow.

IMO sex wins every time.

Jimbo, dropping some wisdom bombs on the crowd.

Damn Jimbo, a dozen hours a week??? You must either practice Sting-level tantric sex or else be taking some juicy supplements... maybe one of the Superblue products.


I know one normal person, let's call him Mr. X . He's feeling ashamed after reading Jimbo's "dozen hours a week "timetable comment. Mr.X gets only 3-4 hours a week for Sin and then there is "Holy week" here and there once in a month.   


My friend, let me tell you something. I never had a sex and i probably won't have in this life. I'm almost 40 years old. But i never got any compensation for that. All i have is 0.5 btc but i'm still happy with my life.

Thank You, Mr X feeling good now.
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August 20, 2019, 04:05:41 PM
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I ain't shilling anything. I am pointing out the negative consequences -- quite reversible ones, if the community would get off it's collective delusional metaphorical fat ass -- of implementing a centrally planned production quota upon transactional capacity.

You can keep pushing that narrative but no one wants to use a fork owned and run by Calvin Ayre and Craig Wright. Or Roger Ver for that matter.  I don’t know how you can stand associating yourself with those characters.

Funny how I'm clearly talking about BTC, and you yammer on about personalities associated with other Bitcoins.
Are there "other bitcoins"? I think the prefix is a bit different. It does rhyme with "bit", though.
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August 20, 2019, 04:07:00 PM

^ Welcome back eddie.
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August 20, 2019, 04:12:06 PM

Well, I guess you broke his/her merit virginity at least....

Yeah, nutildah seems to have a thing for virgin piercing merits.
I confess, it was my first also. Grin

Well I'll be danged. I sure was.

That's what I love about these merit virgins. I keep getting older, but they stay the same age.

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August 20, 2019, 04:21:28 PM


Hello WO!
Observing BTC@10,5888

Observing BTC while trekking remote regions:



Spotty internet service cannot keep me away from WO!

Oh yeah, and this picture is nice too. That's a good camera you have. I can't believe you get Wifi at all over there.

That picture is from my phone.
We usually haven’t internet service, or even service at all during the treks. When I have I go and check the forum, first.
Not the price, that one is always 1 BTC=1BTC.
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August 20, 2019, 04:33:31 PM

This time we are about one month past all time highs in stocks and seeing the first parabolic spike since the 2008 recession.

The money printer in chief is once again going ape shit as Im sure visions of his recession induced casino bankruptcies are still fresh in his head.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1163472273388576768

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1163472272612626433

Jbreher grand world monetary reset may be coming sooner than later.

Maybe. My preparations have been in for decades. I ain't trying to time this crash.
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August 20, 2019, 04:46:18 PM

This time we are about one month past all time highs in stocks and seeing the first parabolic spike since the 2008 recession.

The money printer in chief is once again going ape shit as Im sure visions of his recession induced casino bankruptcies are still fresh in his head.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1163472273388576768

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1163472272612626433

Jbreher grand world monetary reset may be coming sooner than later.

Maybe. My preparations have been in for decades. I ain't trying to time this crash.

I took about 40K of my traditional investments, to complete siding window/etc on the house. Stick that value in the house as a hedge. Also

moderate/low risk now to maintain mode that I've retired, in the traditional stocks

Just to take some of the 'cream' off the top, I too see a recession on the horizon.

for what I think will be then next recession. Not selling any BTC/Crypto though.

I mean a recession is a 20% hit against your traditional investments, I figure 40% hit myself, a deep recession.

So what, I'm gonna panic sell BTC and take a 25% hit on capital gains, then put it into traditional stocks and see maybe a 20% to 40% drop in value

on doing such. So the possibility (IMHO) likely I'd see my BTC/Crypto moved to go down in value after this conversion between (if recession) 45% and 65%

in value. On this likely wrong bet? Just in time to likely (IMHO) watch Bitcoin/Crypto shoot up in value or at the worst go sideways?

So I've made my bets on the above and still in HODL mode. (Moon or Doom!).

Anyway, debts paid, above done as a coping mechanism, traditional investments set for my view the coming recession. BTC/Crypto in full HODL and accumulation mode.

So hell, as coping mechanisms, as my way to stumble through life crutch, what am I going to do next?

Build a bunker under the house and/or learn how to can veggies? Running out of hedges for what I see coming, so I guess accumulate more if possible is my new

hedge/coping mechanism, that seems to give me comfort and hedge against whatever springs to mind. Smiley

whatever, my die has been tossed

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August 20, 2019, 04:48:23 PM

I ain't shilling anything. I am pointing out the negative consequences -- quite reversible ones, if the community would get off it's collective delusional metaphorical fat ass -- of implementing a centrally planned production quota upon transactional capacity.

You can keep pushing that narrative but no one wants to use a fork owned and run by Calvin Ayre and Craig Wright. Or Roger Ver for that matter.  I don’t know how you can stand associating yourself with those characters.

Funny how I'm clearly talking about BTC, and you yammer on about personalities associated with other Bitcoins.
Are there "other bitcoins"? I think the prefix is a bit different. It does rhyme with "bit", though.


::le sigh::

Hey d_eddie, great to see you 'round these parts - as misguided though you be.
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August 20, 2019, 04:55:50 PM

Jbreher grand world monetary reset may be coming sooner than later.

Maybe. My preparations have been in for decades. I ain't trying to time this crash.

I too see a recession on the horizon.

for what I think will be then next recession. Not selling any BTC/Crypto though.

I mean a recession is a 20% hit against your traditional investments, I figure 40% hit myself, a deep recession.

A 'deep recession' is categorically different from a grand monetary reset.

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So hell, as coping mechanisms, as my way to stumble through life crutch, what am I going to do next?

Water. (I think this is a major weakness of most preparations. While you can't really move it if you need to move, it can make the difference between being able to shelter in place, and needing to move.)
Bullets, Bandages, and Beans.
Fitness.
Defensible space.
Practical skills knowledge.
Small denomination real money. I'm american, so pre-1964 coinage (silver) for me.

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Build a bunker under the house and/or learn how to can veggies?

Sure. Don't just learn - set in a supply.
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August 20, 2019, 05:09:32 PM

I know one normal person, let's call him Mr. X . He's feeling ashamed after reading Jimbo's "dozen hours a week "timetable comment. Mr.X gets only 3-4 hours a week for Sin and then there is "Holy week" here and there once in a month.   

At first I thought it was a dozen hours a week in a row. Bit much but still doable especially when in the WUV portion of the relationship.

Note: You're supposed to sin during holy weeks. In fact you're supposed to sin all the time. Otherwise when you die how can you give God the opportunity to be all powerful and merciful by forgiving your ass?

Seriously: A nun? Big deal, little forgive, into heaven. A heathen, now THAT'S an opportunity for God to show how great he is....
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August 20, 2019, 05:17:25 PM

Ok, I just took a look at "Wonkette" as an example of ultra-left bullshit media on the level of Infowars.

And yeah, it's pretty much the same thing. Although this image is Godly:



This woman knows proper opsec for Bitcoin wallets.
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August 20, 2019, 05:17:48 PM

1 Bitcoin is still worth more than 1 sex. We can reach sex climax but we still didn't reach bitcoin's climax.

Here’s a question for you guys.

(In an alternate life you get a decision)

You can have 10,000BTC now but you have to sign a contract to never have sex again. Oral sex is allowed though.

Sign it or not?

Oral sex is sex, isn't it? So I guess you mean just no fucking.

Ok.

I would try to negotiate a better deal.

How about 5000BTC for not oral sex ever again... but I can fuck. I think I could sign that. Deal?

P.S.:I am assuming BTC is worth the same in that "alternate life".

I think I'd take that deal.
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August 20, 2019, 05:19:31 PM

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Hope to earn Some Corn on this trip .... afterwards the white boy Will play the ETP barca and F*** I cannot go myself

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August 20, 2019, 05:20:00 PM

Hot girl all over Tone Vays: https://twitter.com/i/status/1161811474584657920

Makes me physically ill TBH.
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Yeah its Mallorca Nikki, playing Some RL poker 3-handed and dealing outselfs
Drunk AF but this is when i’m Sharp as

Hope to earn Some Corn on this trip .... afterwards the white boy Will play the ETP barca and F*** I cannot go myself

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Badass illegal international playboy gambler!

Forgot drunk ( and wouldn’t say illegal....) as playboy is questionable.... and not real gambler, ain’t playing roulette or Blackjack .... Tongue
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August 20, 2019, 05:23:10 PM

Jbreher grand world monetary reset may be coming sooner than later.

Maybe. My preparations have been in for decades. I ain't trying to time this crash.

I too see a recession on the horizon.

for what I think will be then next recession. Not selling any BTC/Crypto though.

I mean a recession is a 20% hit against your traditional investments, I figure 40% hit myself, a deep recession.

A 'deep recession' is categorically different from a grand monetary reset.

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So hell, as coping mechanisms, as my way to stumble through life crutch, what am I going to do next?

Water. (I think this is a major weakness of most preparations. While you can't really move it if you need to move, it can make the difference between being able to shelter in place, and needing to move.)
Bullets, Bandages, and Beans.
Fitness.
Defensible space.
Practical skills knowledge.
Small denomination real money. I'm american, so pre-1964 coinage (silver) for me.

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Build a bunker under the house and/or learn how to can veggies?

Sure. Don't just learn - set in a supply.

I"m not that far gone yet for the above.

But more power to you.

If it gets so bad as I need to do the above, I will 'become' a minimalist and everything goes and it would likely be

out of the country for me. Bitcoin would be damn handy under that scenario, bunker-less, I may be Smiley

But then again, not slamming your viewpoint, I mean looking at the current political climate in the USA and elsewhere, I could

come over to your view at any time now. Sad

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August 20, 2019, 05:26:05 PM
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August 20, 2019, 05:30:43 PM
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Pieter Wuille Unveils ‘Miniscript,’ A New Smart Contract Language for Bitcoin

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Smart contracts could soon get a boost in bitcoin as prominent programmer Pieter Wuille has unveiled a new coding language designed specifically for their use.

Posted to the bitcoin developer mailing list Monday, the ‘Miniscript’ language aims to make it easier for programmers to write up “smart contracts” or conditions for spending bitcoins. Programmers Wuille, Andrew Poelstra and Sanket Sanjalkar have been working on the code for roughly a year, Wuille said.

Although it’s been shared around behind the scenes, Wuille said he is now posting it to the email list because it’s now it’s reached “a stage where I’d like to get it some more attention.”

Backing up a bit, “Script” is the smart contracting language in bitcoin, which allows users to specify certain conditions need to be met before the bitcoin can be spent. Say, funds are locked up until a certain time before they can be spent. Or, two people need to sign off on a transaction before the money can be moved, a concept called “multi-sig.”

This programmability is novel when it comes to digital money, since before bitcoin, it wasn’t possible to implement such rules without trusting a bank or a similar type of intermediary in the middle.
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