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Question: Apr. 30 Bitcoin Price
<$6,000 - 10 (9.1%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 2 (1.8%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 4 (3.6%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 3 (2.7%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 4 (3.6%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 8 (7.3%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 13 (11.8%)
$9,000-$9,500 - 11 (10%)
$9,500-$10,000 - 12 (10.9%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 5 (4.5%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 2 (1.8%)
>$11,000 - 36 (32.7%)
Total Voters: 110

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*Yes I know you libertarians detest state coercision in any form, including being made to vote, speed limits and fire codes.  Tough shit.

no, not tough shit

the sheriff knows goddamn good and well where not to go around here

you statists don't wield all the power you think you do

You are too highly educated and well spoken to be a sovereign citizen with no license plates.

A single vote by 350,000,000 people with 250 bytes of data per vote would use over 87.5GB on the blockchain. That's just in a really simple case but usually a ballot has like 50 things on it.
and usually 60-70% don't vote.  If voting could change things, it would be illegal.  

The Australians make it illegal not to vote. You get fined if you don’t show.  

They also vote on the weekend and employers are fined if they don’t allow employees a break to go vote.

Needless to say voter turnout is always above 90%.  

*Yes I know you libertarians detest state coercision in any form, including being made to vote, speed limits and fire codes.  Tough shit.

Actually, we would like the roads to be private and the owner free to set whatever speed limit he wants, cause, you know, it's his property to do with as he pleases.

I’m buying the road in front of your house and the back alley. You have to pay me $100k per year in a license fee to leave your driveway.   If you can’t afford it, I will buy your house from you for $1.   If you or the fire department step onto my road without paying my license fee, I will shoot you for trespassing on my land.

Anyone can waste their money to be a dick in the short term. Plenty of cases of people throwing their money away on stupid things. The free market makes it so that those stupid ideas die without a constant stream of money.
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Seasteading: where we're going we don't need roads

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Today at 05:15:39 AM

*Yes I know you libertarians detest state coercision in any form, including being made to vote, speed limits and fire codes.  Tough shit.

no, not tough shit

the sheriff knows goddamn good and well where not to go around here

you statists don't wield all the power you think you do

You are too highly educated and well spoken to be a sovereign citizen with no license plates.

A single vote by 350,000,000 people with 250 bytes of data per vote would use over 87.5GB on the blockchain. That's just in a really simple case but usually a ballot has like 50 things on it.
and usually 60-70% don't vote.  If voting could change things, it would be illegal.  

The Australians make it illegal not to vote. You get fined if you don’t show.  

They also vote on the weekend and employers are fined if they don’t allow employees a break to go vote.

Needless to say voter turnout is always above 90%.  

*Yes I know you libertarians detest state coercision in any form, including being made to vote, speed limits and fire codes.  Tough shit.

Actually, we would like the roads to be private and the owner free to set whatever speed limit he wants, cause, you know, it's his property to do with as he pleases.

I’m buying the road in front of your house and the back alley. You have to pay me $100k per year in a license fee to leave your driveway.   If you can’t afford it, I will buy your house from you for $1.   If you or the fire department step onto my road without paying my license fee, I will shoot you for trespassing on my land.

Anyone can waste their money to be a dick in the short term. Plenty of cases of people throwing their money away on stupid things. The free market makes it so that those stupid ideas die without a constant stream of money.


Like Comcast. They spend a lot of money being dicks.  The free market is making Comcast die.


It’s not me that’s going to buy your road. It’s Comcast.  And they will buy every road in your town and fuck you over so badly you have to leave.  But you can’t because they have a monopoly on every suburban road in America.

And then Congress will make a law against road pirates, who are using Comcast’s private roads without permission. And we can all run a campaign on road neutrality and no one will listen
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Today at 05:36:00 AM

Nice sharp rejection at an arbitrary resistance line is strongly bullish imho. Accumulation continues and we progress diagonally upwards.


Interesting visual analytics.


Eat more big data please. It makes kids stronger.
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Today at 05:53:23 AM


You are too highly educated and well spoken to be a sovereign citizen with no license plates.


That may be true Hairy, but I am also completely fucking done with all the interference in my life and choices.

Be advised, you busybodies are playing with fire.
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Today at 06:24:01 AM

If you want to live somewhere without fire codes, speed limits or compulsory voting, most of Africa would be a good start.

They have speed limits in Texas, those busy bodies.
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Can any of you gif wizards fix this so its post-able here? I keep still framing it...  :/  Some of my best TA is there.
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Today at 08:35:12 AM

I plan to tap dance on the grave of both bitcoin and bcash

Quite funny, after all the time and effort wasted here and when everyone is rich and cashed out with their lambo's along the way

At least you will be happy
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And then Congress will make a law against road pirates, who are using Comcast’s private roads without permission. And we can all run a campaign on road neutrality and no one will listen

A good illustration why power of the state is not good.
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