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July 22, 2011, 07:50:40 PM
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Since you wanted to get technical with words:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/rat
Quote from: Oxford English Dictionary
2.    informal  a person who deserts his or her friends or associates, esp in time of trouble
3.    informal  a worker who works during a strike; blackleg; scab
4.    slang chiefly  ( US ) an informer; stool pigeon
5.    informal  a despicable person
6.    smell a rat  to detect something suspicious

And why did you leave out point one in your above Oxford quote? On rank 1, http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/rat:
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1.    brown rat See also black rat any of numerous long-tailed murine rodents, esp of the genus Rattus , that are similar to but larger than mice and are now distributed all over the world
If you search on google, bing or yahoo for "rat", the first result (text and images) is the animal. Even in your quoted sources, the animal was ranked on first place.

how many people have been robbed (def. stolen by the use of coercion and violence) by a rodent?
I don't know any exact numbers, sry. But it's possible that a rat scratches your face, bites you in your hand and steals the cheese from your sandwich.

In your context it can only be intepreted as a human being
No, it's one way to interpret it but it's not the only one. It was a simple wordplay....not more, not less. If you don't like it, ok. Now let's get over it, life (literally) goes on. ;-)


there is a tor message board  that is supposedly a hitman classifieds/work for hire sort of thing....most of the post are obvious jokes, but a few of the people on there claim to be serious.
^^^^^let's burn him for knowing such a shady place!!!!11 :o)
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July 22, 2011, 08:53:55 PM
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there is a tor message board  that is supposedly a hitman classifieds/work for hire sort of thing....most of the post are obvious jokes, but a few of the people on there claim to be serious.
^^^^^let's burn him for knowing such a shady place!!!!11 Shocked)

OMG He said he wants to burn someone!!!!!

You're going to jail; no backsies!

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July 22, 2011, 09:19:29 PM
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OMG He said he wants to burn someone!!!!!

You're going to jail; no backsies!
Oh Snap......he got me......
...............................burn him too!!!
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July 23, 2011, 02:46:21 AM
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dear angry mob:
This thread started with the words: "Want to get rid of some rat that has robbed you, cheated you or that you just dislike and hate?"
Followed by an offer to get you in contact with a contract killer.

I LOLed.
Especially when I went back and read formerly opaque sentences like "creatures no one needs in their neighborhood"
WP OP
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July 23, 2011, 02:53:29 AM
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AND PEOPLE WONDER WHY THE DEVELOPERS REMOVED THE FORUM LINK FROM BITCOIN.ORG HOMEPAGE...

FFS... STOP THIS NONSENSE! ADMINS, BAN THIS DUDE IMMEDIATELY!



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July 23, 2011, 02:57:28 AM
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Image removed because the dude obviously can't use the crop function, or resize...

Yes, and that link you saw so well points to a google search, it doesn't point to this forum... hovering your mouse on the link to see where it goes is simpler that taking a screenshot and making a circle around the link, yet, you failed to do so LOL

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July 23, 2011, 03:00:15 AM
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AND PEOPLE WONDER WHY THE DEVELOPERS REMOVED THE FORUM LINK FROM BITCOIN.ORG HOMEPAGE...

FFS... STOP THIS NONSENSE! ADMINS, BAN THIS DUDE IMMEDIATELY!




Yes, and that link you saw so well points to a gogle search, not here... hovering your mouse on the link to see where it goes is simpler that taking a screenshot and making a circle around the link, yet, you failed to do so LOL

and what is the first result? the only thing they are doing is failing to hide that they also indirectly run the forums as well.

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July 23, 2011, 03:06:03 AM
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and what is the first result? the only thing they are doing is failing to hide that they also indirectly run the forums as well.

Yup, that's it! I guess them wanting to move the forum to another domain doesn't mean sh*t  Roll Eyes

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July 23, 2011, 03:09:48 AM
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You guys continue to just not get it. if you have any intentions of attracting mainstream merchants and consumers this thread and anything similar shoud be deleted and the creators warned of possible banishment.

This juvenile crap is extremely bad for business.

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July 23, 2011, 03:12:31 AM
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You guys continue to just not get it. if you have any intentions of attracting mainstream merchants and consumers this thread and anything similar shoud be deleted and the creators warned of possible banishment.

This juvenile crap is extremely bad for business.

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Smalleyster and Jack of Diamonds get it.

I also do juvenile crap(and i enjoy it), but this thread is way out of line.
Good thing that at least some of you still have brains.

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July 23, 2011, 03:44:13 AM
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i think its just as bad for you guys to say that this is bad for business, let me tell you this, everyday i am sure that USD for life deals happen daily, i think i can be sure that when i say this has never happened in BC, i would be right, at least for the time being, and hopefully forever.

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July 23, 2011, 04:57:04 AM
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The forum is not a business only forum, it's for the members of the bitcoin community to discuss bitcoin related things.

Was this thread a little juvenile, yes, however the offending posts have had the offending content removed.

However you view it, this is a community forum, and the thread now meets the basic rules to exist, LeFBI is a part of this community as much as anyone else.

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July 24, 2011, 05:54:51 AM
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Its a trap...
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July 24, 2011, 12:13:09 PM
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You guys continue to just not get it. if you have any intentions of attracting mainstream merchants and consumers this thread and anything similar shoud be deleted and the creators warned of possible banishment.

This juvenile crap is extremely bad for business.

+1
Smalleyster and Jack of Diamonds get it.

I also do juvenile crap(and i enjoy it), but this thread is way out of line.
Good thing that at least some of you still have brains.

Don't be mad because the OP made you look stupid. Shit happens...

This thread is not out of line. What's wrong with selling exterminator contracts for bitcoins? It's the people like YOU who apparently don't know the difference between a rat and a human-being who caused this thread to stray off-topic to hired assasination of pedofiles and such.

If anyone's being juvenile, it's you. Grow up, admit you were wrong, and save yourself the embarassment.

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July 24, 2011, 05:24:03 PM
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You guys continue to just not get it. if you have any intentions of attracting mainstream merchants and consumers this thread and anything similar shoud be deleted and the creators warned of possible banishment.

This juvenile crap is extremely bad for business.

+1
Smalleyster and Jack of Diamonds get it.

I also do juvenile crap(and i enjoy it), but this thread is way out of line.
Good thing that at least some of you still have brains.

Don't be mad because the OP made you look stupid. Shit happens...

This thread is not out of line. What's wrong with selling exterminator contracts for bitcoins? It's the people like YOU who apparently don't know the difference between a rat and a human-being who caused this thread to stray off-topic to hired assasination of pedofiles and such.

If anyone's being juvenile, it's you. Grow up, admit you were wrong, and save yourself the embarassment.

Well let's just keep this thread on the top jst to keep repectable mercants away from the preciously juvenile bitcoin community as growing up is way too much work.

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