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August 31, 2017, 11:26:57 AM
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I am loving this website on a subject that I now find very interesting. One problem I am having is sifting through the over biased posts who will never see the problems with bitcoin as they have now invested in it, like me I might add, but I want to hear the good, bad and ugly, and obviously not keen on the silly childish posts.

Can I  make a suggestion to the Mods who seem to be quite firm on this website and so they should be. But I would very much like to see them create a best of board on threads/posts they think should be read, yes I do trust their judgement.
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August 31, 2017, 11:38:43 AM
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Why don't you create your own list if you think this is pertinent instead of relying on others to assemble one? Why wouldn't a list from staff also be biased?

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August 31, 2017, 11:47:41 AM
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Why don't you create your own list if you think this is pertinent instead of relying on others to assemble one? Why wouldn't a list from staff also be biased?

I would just value what the organisers value and trust as good information rather than my own judgement in part, just an opinion. And there is so much do go through after a day at work.
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