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June 24, 2011, 03:33:47 PM
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Triganic PU. (look it up)

So Bitcoin will become either the Altairian Dollar, the Flainian Pobble Bead or the Triganic Pu.

Also, Gold has no value in the future as some of us have learned on The Twilight Zone.  For the past, I would bring silver.  Gold is way overpriced based on the historical ratio.
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June 24, 2011, 04:31:02 PM
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personally, i just liquidated 24 oz of gold bullion.  last month liquidated 7 bags of silver.  all so i could buy....

Wow, RESPECT!  That's an impressive BTC stack you have.  This makes my little operation seems like a joke.  LOL.  I emptied out my 0.14 BTC bank account last night.   Grin
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