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June 21, 2011, 05:51:36 PM

You only represent a group of molecules. Why should I care if I run you over on a crosswalk?

Because you don't know if my consciousness exists separately from the miniscule mass. That's why.

Hey, I don't even know if you have such a thing as "consciousness".
Anyway, I do believe imperi was being facetious.

I do to. That's why I posted a neutral response.

And not knowing if anyone has a consciousness is my point. Life is a gamble in that respect.
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June 21, 2011, 05:56:08 PM

I'm in no way discrediting - I use them all the time myself, and I think they are great. Just pointing out that if you are getting bargains there (or anywhere else right now), it is because of all the stolen coins.
Only in a very indirect sense. There's almost certainly a lack of liquidity at TradeHill - they're not much easier to get money into than any other bitcoin trading website, and a lot of traders have their cash stuck in MtGox - so that will almost certainly affect the prices.

(Also, I'm a bit twitchy because I've seen some really, really weird pro-MtGox posts in the last few days.)

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