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August 02, 2013, 12:31:50 PM
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I do not agree with him at all I am simply against putting people down.

Then simply say so in the first place.  No need to make a baseless IQ to politeness assumption and insult our intelligence.


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August 02, 2013, 02:55:28 PM
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Looking down on this planet, you observe that all over the earth, smokestacks volcanos are pouring carbon dioxide and toxic chemicals into the air.

There Mr. ManBearPig, I fixed it for you.  Wink

'It' being your anti-industrial, neo-primitive, faith-based, anthropomorphisizing, scientifically illiterate fucktard BS.

Isn't putting people down typical of people who are not intelligent?

I think you are right. People that put other people down have little empathy and are likely frustrated and unhappy.

I would agree that empathy is a form of intelligence. 

Mostly children lose empathic capacity and put other children down, when they themselves are being abused/neglected/mistreated. 

I've been like that Sad

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August 02, 2013, 03:25:47 PM
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Can't rebut the message?  Attack the messenger by implying they "are not intelligent" because they insulted someone

Oh, the irony! It hurts!

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August 02, 2013, 04:21:28 PM
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I think you are right. People that put other people down have little empathy and are likely frustrated and unhappy.

I would agree that empathy is a form of intelligence.  

Mostly children lose empathic capacity and put other children down, when they themselves are being abused/neglected/mistreated.  

I've been like that Sad

Ahhh yes!  Let's indulge in the slouchy trend of declaring all human activities "forms of intelligence" until the word's meaning has been diluted into subjective meaninglessness.  If it massages your ego, do it, right?

dumb jock?  No!  Genius level athletic intelligence.
gullible Al Gore mark?  No! High environmental intelligence.
crappy debater?  No.  Empathetic intelligence.

Congrats, you have a special gift of being able to make up, I mean discover, new kinds of intelligence.

Such a precious snowflake, and such high intelligence intelligence.  AKA bullshit intelligence.   Cheesy


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August 02, 2013, 04:30:03 PM
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Can't rebut the message?  Attack the messenger by implying they "are not intelligent" because they insulted someone

Oh, the irony! It hurts!

Am I being condescended to by a furry, in the name of demonstrating the value of manners?

That's like the fourth time this week.  How do I pry these pervy freaks off my nuts?   Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed


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August 02, 2013, 04:35:25 PM
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Can't rebut the message?  Attack the messenger by implying they "are not intelligent" because they insulted someone

Oh, the irony! It hurts!

Am I being condescended to by a furry, in the name of demonstrating the value of manners?

That's like the fourth time this week.  How do I pry these pervy freaks off my nuts?   Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed

I dont know why you feel the need to be so rude but trust me you have far more cause to be embarrassed than rassah. Thats quite enough of out of you. ignored.

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August 02, 2013, 05:06:18 PM
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Can't rebut the message?  Attack the messenger by implying they "are not intelligent" because they insulted someone

Oh, the irony! It hurts!

Am I being condescended to by a furry, in the name of demonstrating the value of manners?

That's like the fourth time this week.  How do I pry these pervy freaks off my nuts?   Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed

Wow, you're the personification of the perfect prejudiced asshole. When you lose an argument with a black man I bet you resort to calling him a nigger, a gay man a fag and an Asian man a chink. You wouldn't happen to be MysteryMiners brother would you?

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August 02, 2013, 06:15:17 PM
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Looking down on this planet, you observe that all over the earth, smokestacks volcanos are pouring carbon dioxide and toxic chemicals into the air.

There Mr. ManBearPig, I fixed it for you.  Wink

'It' being your anti-industrial, neo-primitive, faith-based, anthropomorphisizing, scientifically illiterate fucktard BS.

Isn't putting people down typical of people who are not intelligent?

No, it's done by people of all IQ. You should know this.
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August 02, 2013, 06:19:32 PM
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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin
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August 02, 2013, 06:47:37 PM
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Can't rebut the message?  Attack the messenger by implying they "are not intelligent" because they insulted someone

Oh, the irony! It hurts!

Am I being condescended to by a furry, in the name of demonstrating the value of manners?

That's like the fourth time this week.  How do I pry these pervy freaks off my nuts?   Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed Embarrassed

I'm not being condescending. I'm just pointing out that you quite literally said that when someone can't rebut the message, they attack the messenger, except that you were the first one to attack them. It's like the Inception of attacking the messenger due to not being able to rebut the message  Grin

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August 02, 2013, 06:55:24 PM
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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin

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August 02, 2013, 07:58:12 PM
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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin

For some reason when you open a thread about intelligent people it immediately attracts all the trolls/stupid people.








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August 02, 2013, 08:12:32 PM
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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin



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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin



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Well, I didn't expect that one.

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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin



'i'll suck yo dick'  Cheesy

Well, I didn't expect that one.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242494.0

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because most unintelligent people wouldn't even know how to buy them.
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Great thread - it's my experience as well that the bitcoin community at large has a higher level of intelligence, and most importantly, a better sense of awareness.  Why?  This is fringe community, it's not a place for the sheeple to congregate.  To jump into something revolutionary and outside the norm, it either takes courage, anger, or smarts.  Or all three.  As a rule, those that dare to help create new systems for others to follow are smart enough to see the big picture, and to conceive of ways of doing things that improve upon what already exists.  Bitcoin is a community of leaders, for the most part (at least for the time being), and those folks tend to take a high IQ with them as they lead the charge.  It's one of my favorite aspects of this group - we think for ourselves, overall, and it's a beautiful thing.   Grin



'i'll suck yo dick'  Cheesy

Well, I didn't expect that one.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242494.0

Top lewl thx for the link








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August 03, 2013, 10:31:30 AM
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When I give a peek to 4chans /pol or reddit, facebook, twitter, pretty much any big community and/or social network people seem to be so ignorant and willing to voice their ignorance whereas in communities such as Bitcointalk (and a couple others which I shall not name) people are able to put together logical arguments, have discussions and view the current events without the glasses with a thick layer of crappy propaganda on them?

Seems that you rarely stumble upon ignorant fools on here.

It depends on where in the forum you go. There are a lot of paranoid conspiracy theorists on this forum.
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Why won't this thread just die...?  Roll Eyes
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When I give a peek to 4chans /pol or reddit, facebook, twitter, pretty much any big community and/or social network people seem to be so ignorant and willing to voice their ignorance whereas in communities such as Bitcointalk (and a couple others which I shall not name) people are able to put together logical arguments, have discussions and view the current events without the glasses with a thick layer of crappy propaganda on them?

Seems that you rarely stumble upon ignorant fools on here.

It depends on where in the forum you go. There are a lot of paranoid conspiracy theorists on this forum.

It's not paranoia if it's really happening  Wink








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