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May 06, 2013, 03:59:08 AM
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Need date in title.

I pmed this dude, and he won't even correct it! What a douche!

2013-5-2 should be 2013-05-02

Sent another PM to the OP for getting the date formatting wrong.

Finally, the god damn date is fixed. What douchebag SilverVigilante is for taking so long.

Are you okay, kiba?  Do you need a hug or something? Kiss Maybe you can ask about becoming a moderator so you can better police the formatting of the dates and eliminate what appears to be a major source of stress for you.

Too much stress is really bad for your health!  Wink (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronic_stress)

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May 06, 2013, 05:56:12 AM
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I also reported this thread to the mods several time.

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May 07, 2013, 12:05:19 AM
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I appreciate kiba's efforts to have standards maintained - but there's no need to get too abrasive about it.

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May 08, 2013, 08:20:12 AM
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I was hoping for a thread to discuss why it is illegal to have a bi-directional money machine & what hurdles we need to get over before I can start running one of these ATMs at my local pub.

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May 08, 2013, 08:33:19 AM
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This deserves its own thread.

Good question.

If the Chinese government really wanted to destroy the USD, all they'd need to do is put one of these in every local Starbucks throughout China.

Talk about a great startup model...are you listening Mr. Rose?

Actually I predict that if Bart Chilton tries to lay his grubby little hands on bitcoin here in the USA, we'll see this happen.
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May 08, 2013, 08:52:01 AM
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Quote from: kjlimo
This deserves its own thread.

Good question.

If the Chinese government really wanted to destroy the USD, all they'd need to do is put one of these in every local Starbucks throughout China.

Talk about a great startup model...are you listening Mr. Rose?

Actually I predict that if Bart Chilton tries to lay his grubby little hands on bitcoin here in the USA, we'll see this happen.

Interesting, so you're saying china would be the one who wants to invest in these? 

Can you walk me through how that destroy's the USD?

Lastly, who's Bart Chilton?

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May 08, 2013, 04:20:00 PM
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Quote from: kjlimo
This deserves its own thread.

Good question.

If the Chinese government really wanted to destroy the USD, all they'd need to do is put one of these in every local Starbucks throughout China.

Talk about a great startup model...are you listening Mr. Rose?

Actually I predict that if Bart Chilton tries to lay his grubby little hands on bitcoin here in the USA, we'll see this happen.

Interesting, so you're saying china would be the one who wants to invest in these? 

Can you walk me through how that destroy's the USD?

Lastly, who's Bart Chilton?

the Chinese gov't has for years been encouraging their citizens to buy gold.  i think it's b/c fundamentally they understand that fiat is being debased, including their own yuan that's pegged to Bernanke Bucks.

i think they want their ppl to maintain their purchasing power for social crowd control.  perhaps they will look at Bitcoin similarly.  not to mention the fact that they would like to see the USD be removed as the world's reserve currency and replaced with the yuan.  that's not going to happen so maybe if Bitcoin could do it, then China can continue to leverage its cheap labor as a world force.
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May 09, 2013, 02:28:17 AM
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Was this just a prototype demo or is it physically somewhere my friend in SD can go and use today?

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