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August 25, 2017, 02:32:22 AM
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Description: Shocking Asia III: After Dark region free DVD
Starting bid: 5 bucks + 5 for mailing it anywhere
Buy it now: 10 BTC
End date and time: no end
Payment methods accepted: BTC
Additional information: I have a few of these DVDs. There are a handful of listings on eBay since a batch of them became available from the Czech Republic recently, but I am confident that I have bought up most of them. So they are truly rare. I have around 15, all original in sealed paper sleeves.

If you buy it now for 10 BTC you will get all 15 copies. Why 10 btc? It's obviously a symbolic price and I don't expect average you to pay it.

but here is why: I used to have 30 BTC starting back in 2012, so you could say I was an early adopter of sorts. The value at that time was around 300 USD for all 30. Later on I needed money for treatment of a chronic illness (which is still slowly wasting me away), so I took my offline flashdrive and started trading on MtGox and Bitcoin-24. Perhaps you can guess what followed. I sold about 20 to fund my medical expenses, but lost another 10 in those two "hacks". And no, to this day I got nothing back. Finally, I got scammed on btc-e in a code trade by a lowlife mucs, and that was it for me and bitcoin. I lost faith - and all my coins/fiat. oh yeah, even this forum got hacked and my original username somehow disappeared. (however, I believe I do have someone to vouch for me if needed)

Was I a f_ing loser for trying to trade and make some money? Or just had horribly bad luck? I never traded again and tried to ignore the charts for years - not that I had anything to trade with. However, seeing what is happening these days is quite frankly driving me crazy and even a bit more... 30 BTC today would buy you a lot (a house where I am, and I am quasi-homeless), and even 10 would be a life-changer.

So thank you very much to all the scammers who did what they did. Bitcoin does have future, it is very clear now, but it wasn't clear to the guy who was robbed of all his coins in multiple "hacks".

if you happen to be one of those who stole from me, buy my dvds. thanks.
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"Shocking Asia 3" isn't too outrageous considering its subject matter,but it's pretty sleazy as we are visiting Japanese sex shops,brothels and night clubs.There is some strong sex(nearly hard core)on display,body piercing etc.This shockumentary is set mostly in Japan-I'm still pretty amazed that Japanese people,albeit really hard-working and kind,can be also so extreme.I'd love to visit this brilliant country one day.To sum up,if you like mondo give this one a look.

Made in 1980, it was mostly filmed in Japan. There all sorts of stuff in it, such as real-life prostitute-client meetings, clubs, etc. All the places where Japanse salarymen let off the steam. There are also scenes from other Asian countries as well
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