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December 04, 2020, 06:32:48 PM

Good evening WO!
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Oh dear JJG 😋
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December 04, 2020, 06:41:01 PM
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Hahah funny how some can change his bullish mind when he wants to buy more corn... So I hope for a deeeep weekend dump and then back bullish...

Hope ur lil selfie all that you like, UnDerDoG81.  

Odds are probably slightly less than 50/50 for what you want, but surely NOT impossible....  

I would not want to specify what I currently believe the odds to be before you might attempt to clarify your definition of "deeeep."  Something like $17,500 would be deeeep?  Or you need MOAR deeper?  or less deeper in order to be "satisfied"?


Good evening WO!
Observing @ $19,000

Oh dear JJG 😋

You did not write: "nohomo" you fuck!!!!!!   Angry Angry Angry Angry

By the way, BGC.... what issue you having with me?  What causes your proclamation of my name?  Did I say something to provoke?


 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

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....I think we'll make another attempt at $20k this weekend, if we fail we are going to retest $16k or lower (don't see it going down to less than $15k though, we've had that as support since Nov 6th)

Looks like soullyG has answered your questions, right UnDerDoG81?


Technically speaking.

I am witnessing bad maths... perhaps even bad science.


Proudhon, can you confirm?
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December 04, 2020, 07:12:55 PM

Good evening WO!
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You did not write: "nohomo" you fuck!!!!!!   Angry Angry Angry Angry

By the way, BGC.... what issue you having with me?  What causes your proclamation of my name?  Did I say something to provoke?
Your wall of text annoys me 😉
It was the reaction after seeing the post above my last post LOL
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December 04, 2020, 07:21:25 PM

I've been contemplating somethig recently. We all expect that 2021 will be incredible for Bitcoin. May be the price will cross 50K, 100K, 200K, or even more. With that in mind, wouldn't it be better if I take an unpaid leave of absence from my work for 1 year and go to some exotic island with no internet and tv. My work spot will be reserved, so I have no worries for that. I could just put some sell orders between 50K and 500K and when I return, I will discover what happened. In this way, I will avoid the emotional decisions and selling too much too early.  Roll Eyes

That's an interesting idea because part of what any meaningful and prudent plan to sell some BTC on the way to the top would be to get real good grasps of what you would like to do before the BTC price movement actually happens, so in that regard, you should be striving to largely stick with your plan.

At the same time, I would not recommend taking away all discretion and converting your plan into a kind of Turing completeness.

I do understand the logical appeal to such an approach or something similar to that.


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You did not write: "nohomo" you fuck!!!!!!   Angry Angry Angry Angry

By the way, BGC.... what issue you having with me?  What causes your proclamation of my name?  Did I say something to provoke?
Your wall of text annoys me 😉
It was the reaction after seeing the post above my last post LOL


Hahahahahaaha

"annoy"  what a wonderful word choice, and your feeling that you needed to "express" such annoyance.

  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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December 04, 2020, 07:45:39 PM

Hahahahahaaha

"annoy"  what a wonderful word choice, and your feeling that you needed to "express" such annoyance.

  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
I see a short post. I was expecting another wall of text from you on this 😜

Do you know Bossian already paid LFC LOL
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5296521.0

Surprise! Surprise for me.

Actually I had two surprise today. One is Bossian paid LFC and another one is rdbase pissed me off by deleting one of my post in his self moderated thread. I would not care if that was just another self moderated thread about the user only but that self moderated thread is something for a little community and I always considered a part of that community.
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December 04, 2020, 08:16:05 PM

Good evening WO!
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Oh dear JJG 😋

Welcome to the Jay Juan Megathread. Cheesy Cheesy ... #Magathread  Roll Eyes
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December 04, 2020, 08:26:27 PM

Do you know Bossian already paid LFC LOL
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5296521.0

Wow, congrats to LFC for the easy win (was practically guaranteed to win), and also respect to Bossian, for being a man of his word and paying up. I may have said some harsh words to you, Bossian, but your action shows honesty and good character.

Lesson learnt: never bet against Bitcoin, or you'll be giving away your BTC to the smart guys!
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Wow, congrats to LFC for the easy win (was practically guaranteed to win), and also respect to Bossian, for being a man of his word and paying up. I may have said some harsh words to you, Bossian, but your action shows honesty and good character.

Lesson learnt: never bet against Bitcoin, or you'll be giving away your BTC to the smart guys!
I too was pissed on him and said some bad words LOL but at the end he turned out to be a genuine man.


How it's even possible LOL

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December 04, 2020, 09:04:50 PM

Hahahahahaaha

"annoy"  what a wonderful word choice, and your feeling that you needed to "express" such annoyance.

  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
I see a short post. I was expecting another wall of text from you on this 😜

Do you know Bossian already paid LFC LOL
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5296521.0

Surprise! Surprise for me.

Actually I had two surprise today. One is Bossian paid LFC and another one is rdbase pissed me off by deleting one of my post in his self moderated thread. I would not care if that was just another self moderated thread about the user only but that self moderated thread is something for a little community and I always considered a part of that community.

Well that really is surprising to say the least. I'm taking back all my accusations and Bossian I admit you're a man of honour! Congrats LFC!  Cool
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December 04, 2020, 10:08:06 PM

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#bitcoin stock-to-flow cross asset model
-if BTC doesn't break it's historical path
-BTC market cap will approach gold market value $5-10T in 2021-2024
-and approach real estate market value $10-100T in 2024-2028
-after 2028 we can no longer interpolate and enter uncharted waters

https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1334834429177507844

1 trillion = $50,000 per coin.

$250,000 - $500,000 in 2021 - 2024.

$500,000 - $5,000,000 in 2024 - 2028.

Seems totally reasonable...

Except maybe NOT "totally"

Somehow the dates are wrong... so I am NOT sure what is going wrong with the dates.

We have a period that will be ending in 2021 or 2022... then the next periods would come after that

So either it goes like this

present to 2021  = $xx,xxx - $xxx,xxx

2022 to 2025  = $xxx,xxx - $x,xxx,xxx

2026 to 2029   = $x,xxx,xxx - $x,xxx,xxx

or like this...

present to 2022  = $xx,xxx - $xxx,xxx

2023 to 2026  = $xxx,xxx - $x,xxx,xxx

2027 to 2030   = $x,xxx,xxx - $x,xxx,xxx

Or would it be some other variation?

then what would be the numbers contained therein?

My point is that something is off.
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December 04, 2020, 10:09:41 PM

Think of the average American. 50% of them are dumber than that.
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Hahahahahaaha

"annoy"  what a wonderful word choice, and your feeling that you needed to "express" such annoyance.

  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
I see a short post. I was expecting another wall of text from you on this 😜

Don't pigeon-hole me, BCG.   Angry Angry Angry




Do you know Bossian already paid LFC LOL
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5296521.0

Surprise! Surprise for me.

Yep.  I was surprised, too.  I already changed the negative feedback that I had given to Bossian to neutral..

Definitely congrats to LFC to extracts some BTC from that dweeb.... Can you tell that I am still a bit bitter about that guy and the way he handled the whole matter, even though, in the end, he ended up paying up?

Actually I had two surprise today. One is Bossian paid LFC and another one is rdbase pissed me off by deleting one of my post in his self moderated thread. I would not care if that was just another self moderated thread about the user only but that self moderated thread is something for a little community and I always considered a part of that community.

What was the post and the thread?  Almost anything goes here, if there is some relevance to something that is NOT pumping or shilling a shitcoin.



Link or it did not happen.

I recall that happening about 3 years ago... so is there some kind of new development or are you posting 3 year old newses, virasog?
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Plot twist: He used the $1M to buy actual Bitcoin.

P.S. Also ChuckECheeseCoin (CECC) should be thing.
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Some big movement happening around here


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Think of the average American. 50% of them are dumber than that.

I don't really like this American bashing that is displayd every now and then, even by Americans themselves. I have lived in Colorado and the people I met were no dumber than the average Swede.
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December 04, 2020, 11:16:45 PM

Hahah funny how some can change his bullish mind when he wants to buy more corn... So I hope for a deeeep weekend dump and then back bullish...

Hope ur lil selfie all that you like, UnDerDoG81.  

Odds are probably slightly less than 50/50 for what you want, but surely NOT impossible....  

I would not want to specify what I currently believe the odds to be before you might attempt to clarify your definition of "deeeep."  Something like $17,500 would be deeeep?  Or you need MOAR deeper?  or less deeper in order to be "satisfied"?

I have some fiat to play with. I bought my bitcoins some time ago and hold them. Never did trading. But this time with this money I want to try to make profits by trading. So I have an eye on shitcoins. Never bought any other coin before. Xrp dropped 11% today. Its highly risky I know. Playing with fire since it's 5 digits I play with. But I had a feeling of a weekend dump. Not sure at what point to go in. But 11% would mean a nice profit if it goes back up on monday. Could be some nice christmas gift Smiley
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December 04, 2020, 11:22:06 PM

Think of the average American. 50% of them are dumber than that.

I don't really like this American bashing that is displayd every now and then, even by Americans themselves. I have lived in Colorado and the people I met were no dumber than the average Swede.

  Western Average holds.  It's not a high bar...
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