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June 19, 2011, 10:57:16 PM
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Well well well....

Now the reality of all the speculation has hit most of you square in the face.  How does it feel?  You feel like you just got raped?  Violated? 

Good.  You should feel that way.  You let your greed get the best of you and look at what happened. 

This was only a test, this was your sign from what ever god you believe in.  Had this been a real market crash you would be feeling this exact same way, but there would be no rollback.. Your money would just be gone. 

Think about that. 

You still have all your money tied up in Bitcoins?  Well, rather then freak out, drop all your bitcoins for bottom dollar the second the market opens back up (I hope you do this I'll be placing a large buy order) consider re-evaluating your positions on the market into a safer risk profile. 

Many of you are over extending your selves due to simple greed and trying to make a fast buck.  If you are doing this and you know who you are, you deserve to lose all your money.  Now that you have just been given a second chance, please think rationally rather then use the same rat brain instinct that you have been using thus far.

When the market opens up, and the bank run starts, all the smart ones have to do is circle like vultures waiting to pick clean the spoils of the panic.  If you were just in this to make a quick buck, i wish you well, I'll be using your greed and short sited view to increase my bitcoin supply.  Good luck.

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June 19, 2011, 11:07:40 PM
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If you're not having fun right now, you bought too many bitcoins... Tongue
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June 19, 2011, 11:50:05 PM
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Well, what do you think a bitcoin's worth?

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June 19, 2011, 11:51:38 PM
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Be careful, them hills are full or beartrolls.

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