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June 20, 2013, 07:00:46 PM
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Whew! For a minute there I thought you weren't gonna respond! Thanks gweedo! My post count would be MUCH lower without you! (grin)

I don't think even people like me that you assume see bitcoin as a means for tax fraud can even come close to hurting bitcoin. But that's just my opinion. Yer entitled to all of yours, of course.

You would be wrong. Online gambling was pretty popular for a while, till it got big and the feds cracked down. Then they changed their business model up and the feds struck them down yet again, albeit after some time. If you think the same thing won't happen to bitcoin you are naive. This thread is now indexed on search engines across the web, for all to see and use. But you are right, you alone can't hurt bitcoin just the same as you alone probably won't shut welfare down. But you along with all of the other freeloaders in unison SURE THE F**K can.

So, you come to to this forum asking for help committing fraud, because weather you like it or not IT IS WELFARE FRAUD. What do the people of the forum do? Offer to help.

Real nice. But I guess it's to be expected from a forum mostly filled with kids begging for some magical "faucet" of free online money.

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June 20, 2013, 07:18:50 PM
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...I don't think even people like me that you assume see bitcoin as a means for tax fraud can even come close to hurting bitcoin. But that's just my opinion. Yer entitled to all of yours, of course.
You would be wrong. Online gambling was pretty popular for a while, till it got big and the feds cracked down. Then they changed their business model up and the feds struck them down yet again, albeit after some time. If you think the same thing won't happen to bitcoin you are naive. This thread is now indexed on search engines across the web, for all to see and use. But you are right, you alone can't hurt bitcoin just the same as you alone probably won't shut welfare down. But you along with all of the other freeloaders in unison SURE THE F**K can.
So, you come to to this forum asking for help committing fraud, because weather you like it or not IT IS WELFARE FRAUD. What do the people of the forum do? Offer to help.
Real nice. But I guess it's to be expected from a forum mostly filled with kids begging for some magical "faucet" of free online money.
Ouch. That really hurt me! I guess I'll just stop taking money from the government and die! End my freeloading ways! And I dared to bring them to such an outstandingly moral and law abiding community! For shame! I'm gonna hang my head and cry now. No, don't watch. It's not gonna be pretty. That's it. I'm giving you equal credit with gweedo now! I'm sorry I doubted yer worthiness.

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June 20, 2013, 07:27:31 PM
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Best of luck in your situation. I think you should invest in FTC it has a lot of potential right now.
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June 20, 2013, 10:25:48 PM
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Best of luck in your situation. I think you should invest in FTC it has a lot of potential right now.

Thank you. I did get the info I asked about here. Nefarious as it was. I'd use an old linux box offline as a cold storage wallet hooked up to an old printer to make the paper wallets. Transfer everything from the linux partition on the other old xp box my wife plays on. I'd do everything crytpo online there. This box is just for fun like this! (grin)

As for Bitcoin as a savings account, from what I've read, that isn't a good idea. Too volatile, too expensive, too risky. Interesting long term investment if you can afford it. Alt coins like LTC & FTC do look more interesting as a pure gamble of an investment.

Best of luck to you and yours.

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June 20, 2013, 10:34:37 PM
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Yes people like you are hurting all the stuff that big bitcoiners like me do. Do you not see that, by committing tax fraud governments will not look pass that? Or you just too stupid, maybe your wife, is rubbing off on you. LMAO

I hope you and your family will not suffer the fate of OP and always enjoy perfect health and perfect earning capacity.

Now go and report your full Bitcoin earnings to the IRS and vote Statism at the next elections.  Roll Eyes
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June 21, 2013, 12:49:34 AM
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Yes people like you are hurting all the stuff that big bitcoiners like me do. Do you not see that, by committing tax fraud governments will not look pass that? Or you just too stupid, maybe your wife, is rubbing off on you. LMAO

I hope you and your family will not suffer the fate of OP and always enjoy perfect health and perfect earning capacity.

Now go and report your full Bitcoin earnings to the IRS and vote Statism at the next elections.  Roll Eyes

I do report my full bitcoin earnings and that is helping pave the future for more people to use bitcoin LEGALLY. People like this will be doing more harm.

Also don't worry about my health, I be around forever at this rate, and I brought the best private insure ever, so I get to go ahead of the line in the ER Wink It is like the fast pass of health LMAO

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June 23, 2013, 11:26:27 PM
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In all seriousness, l would just like to witness a little empathy from time to time. A world without it kinda sucks.

Yeah lets have empathy for someone taking advantage of my money. Sorry but I can't... Fraud is a serious crime, and should not be taken lightly in any sense.

I'm pretty sure the OP paid into the system that he now would like to extract some value from. We all paid into it in case we need it. The OP is just asking for what HE already paid for. The only person taking YOUR money is the bureaucratic infrastructure to which we fund. 

The OP is just an individual trying to extract the value that was provided by the tax revenue he paid for a benefit he now needs but never used. Just because you don't need it, but are forced to pay it; does not  mean Jim is taking your money. Fraud is avoiding paying what is owed, and taking that which is not deserved.

Under our current system, we are required to pay in and then leave the decision making to a largely inept system. We should at least agree that Jim is deserving based upon the information available; and the system is broken at its very core.

Can we find something on which to agree? Or am I just a bleeding heart liberal and you a cold hearted conservative? I don't believe either is true.

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Has nothing to do with liberals and conservatives, neither agree on Fraud as a way of handling your problem. This is fraud, no two ways about it, and if ever releases his name I am going to contact the IRS about it. I already started to look into him with the help of a private investigator, it is only a matter of time he is in jail. (grin) LMAO

Time is passing. I'm still not in jail. Put up or shut up Gweedo. (grin)

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June 23, 2013, 11:34:37 PM
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In all seriousness, l would just like to witness a little empathy from time to time. A world without it kinda sucks.

Yeah lets have empathy for someone taking advantage of my money. Sorry but I can't... Fraud is a serious crime, and should not be taken lightly in any sense.

I'm pretty sure the OP paid into the system that he now would like to extract some value from. We all paid into it in case we need it. The OP is just asking for what HE already paid for. The only person taking YOUR money is the bureaucratic infrastructure to which we fund. 

The OP is just an individual trying to extract the value that was provided by the tax revenue he paid for a benefit he now needs but never used. Just because you don't need it, but are forced to pay it; does not  mean Jim is taking your money. Fraud is avoiding paying what is owed, and taking that which is not deserved.

Under our current system, we are required to pay in and then leave the decision making to a largely inept system. We should at least agree that Jim is deserving based upon the information available; and the system is broken at its very core.

Can we find something on which to agree? Or am I just a bleeding heart liberal and you a cold hearted conservative? I don't believe either is true.

Hugs gweedo.

Has nothing to do with liberals and conservatives, neither agree on Fraud as a way of handling your problem. This is fraud, no two ways about it, and if ever releases his name I am going to contact the IRS about it. I already started to look into him with the help of a private investigator, it is only a matter of time he is in jail. (grin) LMAO

Time is passing. I'm still not in jail. Put up or shut up Gweedo. (grin)

Any way your only 16yrs, it was all a lie. The P.I. who I didn't hire said you are a little kid and he has stopped looking up your information, so yeah.

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June 23, 2013, 11:51:01 PM
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Any way your only 16yrs, it was all a lie. The P.I. who I didn't hire said you are a little kid and he has stopped looking up your information, so yeah.

To quote your threat:
"Has nothing to do with liberals and conservatives, neither agree on Fraud as a way of handling your problem. This is fraud, no two ways about it, and if ever releases his name I am going to contact the IRS about it. I already started to look into him with the help of a private investigator, it is only a matter of time he is in jail. (grin) LMAO"

You've insisted on stalking me around this board, insulting me and my wife, and now you're equivocating on your threat but still insisting I'm the liar? Why am I not surprised. Balls to the wall time. In another post, you claim a "lurker" hired the private investigator, but got "some good information". And now that is your claim and seems to give you permission to insult me yet again.
You seem to think you can frighten me away. Or convince others I'm a liar. Let's see who has the biggest "truth" cojones. Want the IRS to audit me? Want me in jail? Please, don't make me laugh. What you fail to realize is that my situation can't be made worse. Only different. My real name is Jimmy Hankins. I live at 3146 NW 49th Street, OKC, OK, 73112. My phone number is 1-405-943-1068. I'm 54 years old and your "source" is, like you. Full of it.

Now. Your turn. Prove ANY SINGLE ONE of the accusations you've made against me. Or shut up.

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