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June 21, 2011, 04:19:23 PM
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You logic makes no sense and I'm not gonna justify your comments with a response
Then why did you?
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June 21, 2011, 04:27:04 PM
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Mr. Hazek I feel like we are linked mentally in some way since I didn't read your post until after making this http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=20647.0

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June 21, 2011, 05:01:25 PM
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The OP would be close to having a point if the mt gox terms didn't specifically state that they were merely connecting buyers and sellers and had no hand or responsibility in any of the deals. For the record terms and conditions when signing up for a website is just as legally binding as a contract or an oral agreement for that matter. The difference in these lies in how easily you can prove that there were a agreement in court not how binding they are.
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June 21, 2011, 05:05:14 PM
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Lately I don't bother wasting my time reading most of the posts in this forum except when I need a good laugh.  Too many experts and WAY too complainers and cry babies that think they somehow know everything there is to know.

This thread (the OP), in my opinion, is absolutly 100% correct and if you think otherwise you are, in my opinion, a complete fool!  But thanks for the laughs!

Thank you hazek!  

Thank you Mt Gox!  Keep up the good work!

And to everyone else, Mt Gox is a business that you decided to do business with.  If you have such a problem with them, simply stop doing business with them.  No one forced you to and no one ever will.
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June 21, 2011, 05:30:02 PM
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you all need to respect mah authoritahh!!  Grin

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June 21, 2011, 05:50:42 PM
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A contract is a contract. Its form is irrelevant.
If the parties do not agree that the contract has been fulfilled, who you gonna call, Ghostbusters?
I think it is stupid to call in the government. Look at the mess they have made with their own fiat money.
But it seems that half of the people here will not be happy until Big Brother comes to settle their arguments.
Too bad they won't stick with their own fucked-up money and legal system, and leave Bitcoin alone.

Well, if I take your argument, it's free for all, so stop whining about people having a different view from yours.
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June 21, 2011, 05:56:38 PM
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Someone else mentioned this already in another thread, but I think the best practices here is the same for splitting your bitcoin balance between a 'savings' and 'spending' wallet. In this case, never keep major balances in an exchange that you aren't comfortable losing. It can be a certain percentage, whatever, just make the same assumption you would about your spending wallet.

Never assume any exchange is going to be perfect, especially this early in the game. Plan accordingly.

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June 21, 2011, 07:02:41 PM
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Unless you signed a private contract with them stating otherwise, all you can do is trust them and ultimately they're in control. Again, the reality of the situation.


I don't know what is right in every situation, but it certainly isn't following everything the gets written down and signed and nothing else.

Anyone insisting on this specific requirement is not good to do business with. It's pretty much a way to lie verbally while insisting that you keep your contracts.

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June 21, 2011, 07:10:07 PM
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A contract is a contract. Its form is irrelevant.

If the parties do not agree that the contract has been fulfilled, who you gonna call, Ghostbusters?

I think it is stupid to call in the government. Look at the mess they have made with their own fiat money.

But it seems that half of the people here will not be happy until Big Brother comes to settle their arguments.

Too bad they won't stick with their own fucked-up money and legal system, and leave Bitcoin alone.



Call in the government and all of a sudden JP Morgue will be trading BTC on their prop desk. Disaster. I'd have to stick to my silver in that case. You'd have CDS's in BTC to the tune of a couple trillion dollars. I wonder: can this be stopped regardless? BTC futures? Naked short selling?
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