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Question: 1/24 Closing Price:
<$32,000 - 17 (22.4%)
$32,000-$33,000 - 7 (9.2%)
$33,000-$34,000 - 2 (2.6%)
$34,000-$35,000 - 6 (7.9%)
$35,000-$36,000 - 11 (14.5%)
$36,000-$37,000 - 7 (9.2%)
$37,000-$38,000 - 6 (7.9%)
$38,000-$39,000 - 1 (1.3%)
$39,000-$40,000 - 4 (5.3%)
$40,000-$41,000 - 2 (2.6%)
$41,000-$42,000 - 0 (0%)
>$42,000 - 13 (17.1%)
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January 13, 2021, 07:50:26 PM

ich bin auch Ex-DDR-ler.  Grin OpSec fail.  Roll Eyes

Cool! Did you get to drive one of those cardboard cars (Trabant)?

yes, great car almost made of plastic except the engine and some other parts.  Grin

very small operator's cap cabin. if your hand landed on the female passenger's knee you didn't have to apologize.  Grin

Just that the exhaust was emitting up to 30% unburned gasoline  Shocked
Lada were a bit "cleaner" back then (and idk if Trabant had an AWD like the famous Lada Taiga).
Both great cars that i didn't drive  Cheesy Audi 80 Quattro won my heart.
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ich bin auch Ex-DDR-ler.  Grin OpSec fail.  Roll Eyes

Cool! Did you get to drive one of those cardboard cars (Trabant)?

yes, great car almost made of plastic except the engine and some other parts.  Grin

very small operator's cap cabin. if your hand landed on the female passenger's knee you didn't have to apologize.  Grin

Just that the exhaust was emitting up to 30% unburned gasoline  Shocked
Lada were a bit "cleaner" back then (and idk if Trabant had an AWD like the famous Lada Taiga).
Both great cars that i didn't drive  Cheesy Audi 80 Quattro won my heart.

Uf we got the same thought about Audi 80 Quattro, a really awesome car .. expecialy for drifting in snow Cheesy and everything about it is Mechanical. Just an indestructible machine !

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vrsDXLunxI
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January 13, 2021, 07:57:04 PM

Got through $36k without much resistance (low volume).
Now where's the big money?!  Grin

Uf we got the same tought about Audi 80 Quattro, a really awesome car .. expecialy for drifting in snow Cheesy and everything about it is Mechanical. Just an indestructible machine !

Also long time rallye champion car back then.
I got some great action photos of it from the late 70's, which my father shot. (YES, my mum was a rallye co-pilot), but unfortunately in a Peugeot racing team.
Hmm, by the way, i have to dig the storage soon again for some nice infrared photos  Cool
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January 13, 2021, 08:04:45 PM

BTC1000 for sale on coinbase pro between 36600-36800. Carry on now

There's a hourly candle growing at stamp now.
go go go!

$ 35.518 atm

ich bin auch Ex-DDR-ler.  Grin OpSec fail.  Roll Eyes

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Look like we are heading for $36,000 in matter of minutes positive signs coming.

Head & Shoulders my ass  Cheesy

Liquidation of shorts incoming...
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January 13, 2021, 08:06:20 PM

But then he must have copied the wallet.dat from a computer... what happened to that?

That one had a boating accident.

He did say he had some other bitcoins from much later. I think of it as tuition fee. In 2011. It was probably worth another pizza.
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January 13, 2021, 08:16:57 PM

But then he must have copied the wallet.dat from a computer... what happened to that?

That one had a boating accident.

He did say he had some other bitcoins from much later. I think of it as tuition fee. In 2011. It was probably worth another pizza.

Pizza got so expensive lately  Cheesy
Bitcoin, you go over $36.666 so i can sleep relaxed again, will you?
Stamp: $36.450
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Also long time rallye champion car back then.
I got some great action photos of it from the late 70's, which my father shot. (YES, my mum was a rallye co-pilot), but unfortunately in a Peugeot racing team.
Hmm, by the way, i have to dig the storage soon again for some nice infrared photos  Cool

Wooo Really ? Your mom was an Co-Pilot in Rallye? THATS SO COOOOOL !!! Your mom must be really badass Cheesy doesnt matter if it was Peugeot.. It takes serious balls to get into a Rallye  car with a Pro Driver Cheesy !
Looking forward to it Smiley

Sry i turn 100% kid when i talk about this stuff. Motorsports are the best thing in the world for me Smiley

Crashed quite a few cars in this short timespan i am on this Planet xD
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January 13, 2021, 08:26:06 PM



In other news, number seems to be going up. We need to break $40k ASAP. Now that I'm (probably) COVID-free, I need to see some action. Come on, Bitcoin, do something!
The Times should write a retraction and instead say that all ironkeys should be back-doored so that stupid people can ask to get their files and keys back. The example now has little to nothing to do with bitcoin.

Sorry if I am a bit focused on this, but I hate misinformation that pulls on heartstrings to do the wrong thing.
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January 13, 2021, 08:29:44 PM

let's see. $16131 and $37516

these are the retracement levels of the down swing.

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Also long time rallye champion car back then.
I got some great action photos of it from the late 70's, which my father shot. (YES, my mum was a rallye co-pilot), but unfortunately in a Peugeot racing team.
Hmm, by the way, i have to dig the storage soon again for some nice infrared photos  Cool

Wooo Really ? Your mom was an Co-Pilot in Rallye? THATS SO COOOOOL !!! Your mom must be really badass Cheesy doesnt matter if it was Peugeot.. It takes serious balls to get into a Rallye  car with a Pro Driver Cheesy !
Looking forward to it Smiley


She must have been cool back then, when i still wasn't born. It was amateur-racing, though. Things changed when my parents' car was hit by a truck in France. My mother was pregnant. She was pushed out of the car from the co-drivers seat, including the door. My dad ended up on her seat, injured but also alive. She told me that she became a very nervous driver afterwards. Shit happens, though we three got very lucky. There was no obligation for using seatbelts in the 70's, if they would have used them, they both probably wouldn't have survived the accident. Lucky me.

let's see. $16131 and $37516



Pounded a while against $36.450 and then fell. Next time, for sure...
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Also long time rallye champion car back then.
I got some great action photos of it from the late 70's, which my father shot. (YES, my mum was a rallye co-pilot), but unfortunately in a Peugeot racing team.
Hmm, by the way, i have to dig the storage soon again for some nice infrared photos  Cool

Wooo Really ? Your mom was an Co-Pilot in Rallye? THATS SO COOOOOL !!! Your mom must be really badass Cheesy doesnt matter if it was Peugeot.. It takes serious balls to get into a Rallye  car with a Pro Driver Cheesy !
Looking forward to it Smiley

Sry i turn 100% kid when i talk about this stuff. Motorsports are the best thing in the world for me Smiley

Crashed quite a few cars in this short timespan i am on this Planet xD

I too think that having a mom that was a "co-pilot" is a great thing to brag about.   Very Cool indeed !!!!   Those Rally folks are fearless.
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I really like and encourage critical thinking. But starting your "critical thinking" process by simply denying a election result is not my understanding of "critical thinking" it's more like a state of denial. There are people who simply claim there is no pandemic because there are no viruses in the first place. Thats not "critical thinking" that's just a straightforward lie. And this stuff somehow has to be controlled in the future. Otherwise the whole internet idea collapses in itself, because the people are not able to cope with the "information" aka "lies" they read.

//But i obligate to go back to the bitcoin price movement, instead of arguing over the internet. Cheesy

As free people, we all have the right to think whatever we want and believe whatever we choose to, including denial. There is nothing illegal about choosing to believe something that is seen as false by 99% of the rest. When something truly sinister happens in the world, you'll be thankful for these overly suspicious conspiracy theory believers/non-believers.

Nothing has to be "controlled". We succeeded in surviving as a species for millions of years just fine without any control. In fact, religious control set us back a couple thousand years. That should be enough of a lesson right there to stop the idea of controlling anything beyond setting clear laws and enforcing them. Just punish those who break the law and ignore the voices you don't agree with.

If enough people really get behind an idea or a person, there is probably some truth behind what they believe. Nothing in life is black or white. Everything is a shade of gray. What you have to ask is "why" so many people like Trump. Do you really believe they are all mentally ill? Critical thinking would be trying to understand what people see in Trump, not saying we must control something so people don't end up liking a guy like Trump.

I believe history shows that we're community species packed in groups (safety in numbers), as such there was always a controlling dominating figure, alpha leaders, kings, monarchs, tsars, religious leaders, gov etc, etc, etc. Think we can all agree that, for better or worse, majority tends to go with the flow, which is easily exploitable by knowledgeable individual. Historical template seems to be, play on people's insecurities, allocate blame on "others", and provide hope which can be only attained by unquestionably following the leader. Just because a cult manages to gather a huge following doesn't mean that there's much behind it other than individuals wanting to belong or be part of something greater than them.

If anything, right now we're experiencing liberation of opinions. Before there was that one crazy person at every bar, now all those crazy people in millions of bars have platform where they can come together, organize, grow and now don't feel marginalized/isolated. Despite education and space travel, flat earthers seem to be growing. I'm sure there's a forum for society of cannibals somewhere on the interwebs.

The problem becomes on deciding on what is crazy, as once you're "pigeon holed" in picking a side, the pack forces you to label the other camp as completely crazy and your camp as a ray of clarity and hope. And that's my biggest concern with any absolutes, including freedom of speech. Sure we can provide uncensorable platform on blockchain, but what do we do if a new charismatic leader, Hilter 2.0, or ISIS start dominating and spreading like wildfire, their primary directive is not to listen to "Intelligentsia" ignore educators and burn any literature not approved by the benevolent leader? Think there's enough rational people to not let them reach a critical mass?

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Also long time rallye champion car back then.
I got some great action photos of it from the late 70's, which my father shot. (YES, my mum was a rallye co-pilot), but unfortunately in a Peugeot racing team.
Hmm, by the way, i have to dig the storage soon again for some nice infrared photos  Cool

Wooo Really ? Your mom was an Co-Pilot in Rallye? THATS SO COOOOOL !!! Your mom must be really badass Cheesy doesnt matter if it was Peugeot.. It takes serious balls to get into a Rallye  car with a Pro Driver Cheesy !
Looking forward to it Smiley

Sry i turn 100% kid when i talk about this stuff. Motorsports are the best thing in the world for me Smiley

Crashed quite a few cars in this short timespan i am on this Planet xD

I too think that having a mom that was a "co-pilot" is a great thing to brag about.   Very Cool indeed !!!!   Those Rally folks are fearless.

She likely was. But also troubled. I can remember intense fights between my parents when i was a boy and she did beat me up like a man a couple of times.
Before going deeper into private memories now, i better stop here.
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January 13, 2021, 08:45:29 PM

Sad to see that you guys had an accident like that and yea seatbelts can sometimes be a deathtrap instead of a lifesaver :S .. it is understandable that such an event leaves a mark on the person. But as long as you 3 Got out  alive its all good Smiley !

Regarding the 2nd post, its ok man.. Imo we all had a similar experiance with Parents, my dad shot at me and beat me too untill my ears bled while mom had to watch (i came out pretty good , my oldest Brother is disabled cause of dads actions).. I think that the force is connecting us all to meet at this place and share this experiance with each other . It is ok and it is not our fault bro Smiley
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Sad to see that you guys had an accident like that and yea seatbelts can sometimes be a deathtrap instead of a lifesaver :S .. it is understandable that such an event leaves a mark on the person. But as long as you 3 Got out  alive Smiley !

Regarding the 2nd post, its ok man.. Imo we all had a similar experiance with Parents, my dad shot at me and beat me too untill my ears bled while mom had to watch (i came out pretty good , my oldest Brother is disabled cause of dads actions).. I think that the force is connecting us all to meet at this place and share this experiance with each other . It is ok and it is not our fault bro Smiley

I agree.
Both of my parents, however, refused to use seatbelts in a car for decades. They preferred paying the fines.
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Don't trade BTC for gold, could hurt yourself....
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January 13, 2021, 08:57:46 PM

BTC1000 for sale on coinbase pro between 36600-36800. Carry on now

There's a hourly candle growing at stamp now.
go go go!

$ 35.518 atm

ich bin auch Ex-DDR-ler.  Grin OpSec fail.  Roll Eyes

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Look like we are heading for $36,000 in matter of minutes positive signs coming.



Head & Shoulders my ass  Cheesy

sometimes TA is working sometimes not. we have to deal wit it. Bitcoin is not (yet) a mature market.
Thank goodness. Wink
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January 13, 2021, 09:07:49 PM

May have been posted already don’t have time to check

Grayscale announces dissolution of XRP trust

https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2021/01/13/2158237/0/en/Grayscale-Investments-Commences-Dissolution-of-Grayscale-XRP-Trust.html
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January 13, 2021, 09:23:24 PM

But at the same time, I think that something has to be done about the spreading of incitement and untruths.

https://bolenreport.com/saul-alinskys-12-rules-radicals/

without having read it in detail, i only skimmed it, i don't understand where this fear of a socialist state comes from.

don't you distinguish between communism and socialism? i live in a social democratic country and can't understand this bashing of socialism. i'm glad that the state has various social safety nets and i'm willing to pay for them.

social democratic is not socialims. GDR (german democratic republic - eastern germany bevor 1990) was socialism. Cuba was socialism. The whole easten countries before 1990 were mostly socialism. Now you can ask yourself. What is maybe bad on socialims and why had the GDR shoot people to death on their borders, who only wants to leave the county (to west germany).
Socialism doen't work without force and suppression. In the end you have to shoot people who wants to leave your socialist paradise, because in the end your country will be empty. Damit, it's only 30 years ago, halve of europe were socialist paradises. History show us socialims is bad. All the time. And no, if you say, that's not real socialism and you would made it beter than all the others, than you are someone with a megalomanic complex. socialism doesn't work. and a social democracy like here in germany is basically capitaism with a social net for people who has no work. And this system cost hugh amount of money. And it will collapse, if we continue this here. But this is another story.

Seconded.
As long the (DDR) GDR existed, it was a No-Go in the western culture to regularly spy on their citizens. It was a GDR-thing and the soviet were heavily criticized for it.
When the berlin wall was falling, western countries started mass surveillance, because the "black sheep" has died, and the GDR, the #1 bad example, ceased to exist.
Back then, the eastern german "Stasi" (state police) were the "bad guys". Now we are. A genius move, when you think about that.


On top of that the NSA does more spying on their own citizens (thanks to technological improvements) than the StaSi ever wished for.
Wait, let's rephrase that as in "the NSA collects more data about innocent (US) citizens, than the StaSi ever could have wished for in their wildest dream to collect about their eastern german citizens." And the DDR had 1 spy per 166 citizens but no computers which made information hoarding a very difficult and space intensive task. The NSA has computers (a friggin lot of 'em) and about as much scruple to go beyond and further as the StaSi had.

Apropos: Socialism was promising it's citizens about the same things that Donnie did. A good job for everyone, a place to live and an environment where you can have a family and naturally protecting it's citizens from alien dragons and mexicans.

But as OOM remarked already, you know it's socialism once they start shooting people who want to leave the country. As far as I understand the USA is still figuring out how and why to shoot people that want to come into the country. So no worries there (yet).

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