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February 08, 2011, 12:06:34 AM
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Trollfood, trollfood! Hahaha.
If you were actually that concerned, surely you would have applied "don't feed the trolls" rule...

But I know these disputants, they are not trolls. Who are you talking about ?

...Creating a separate thread entirely,

Oh no - that thing definately does not work on this forum.
Because of lack of moderation, everybody here writes about anything in just any topic they want... Offtopic hell. Which is another problem by the way.

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February 08, 2011, 12:38:23 AM
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The thing is, Sirius has already seen this and the heroin store threads and has chosen not to lock/delete them. Assuming that the success of Bitcoin is in his self-interest, this non-action means that he believes these threads won't impact Bitcoin negatively, and you probably won't convince him otherwise. You are just gonna have to let it go, being a control freak is the surest way to unhappiness.
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February 08, 2011, 03:37:40 AM
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The thing is, Sirius has already seen this and the heroin store threads and has chosen not to lock/delete them. Assuming that the success of Bitcoin is in his self-interest, this non-action means that he believes these threads won't impact Bitcoin negatively, and you probably won't convince him otherwise. You are just gonna have to let it go, being a control freak is the surest way to unhappiness.

Hey. I repeat - we do not deal with illegal stuff at all! All our girls are 18 years old! Here is fresh webcam video from our Martha - http://ubitio.us/file/download/24
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February 08, 2011, 03:42:29 AM
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The thing is, Sirius has already seen this and the heroin store threads and has chosen not to lock/delete them. Assuming that the success of Bitcoin is in his self-interest, this non-action means that he believes these threads won't impact Bitcoin negatively, and you probably won't convince him otherwise. You are just gonna have to let it go, being a control freak is the surest way to unhappiness.

Hey. I repeat - we do not deal with illegal stuff at all! All our girls are 18 years old! Here is fresh webcam video from our Martha - http://ubitio.us/file/download/24

Let me translate that for you:

"Keep paying those bitcoins for files I've downloaded from the internet, it has been lucrative thus far" Smiley

Just kidding... right?
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February 08, 2011, 10:11:39 AM
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The thing is, Sirius has already seen this and the heroin store threads and has chosen not to lock/delete them.

That's maybe because there are not many such threads and there is no official policy or set of rules on this forum yet.
But it doesn't mean that somebody (Sirius) can't make one.

If there is one-two threads, that is not a problem. But when such threads start showing up in hundereds, this may change.

Also, pornography is not illegal in most of normal countries. So it's not a big thing. Just wait until people will start selling drugs & arms here. Hell is gonna break loose. That will definately catch the attention of governments - and the website will be closed faster than you can spell "censorship".

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February 08, 2011, 10:17:22 AM
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You are assuming bitcoins market is in the masses of people, and that it will be widely adopted. I am not saying anything, but certainly it has a market in people who want to do illegal stuff, i don't see how governments can shut it down, we should let bitcoin thrive where it will
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February 08, 2011, 10:21:27 AM
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No, seriously - why are we even discussing this ? I mean these are obvious things...
It's like explaining "don't touch the kettle, you will get burned" to the children, OMG...

I'm starting to think this is a government provocation to close this forum up faster.

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The thing is, Sirius has already seen this and the heroin store threads and has chosen not to lock/delete them. Assuming that the success of Bitcoin is in his self-interest, this non-action means that he believes these threads won't impact Bitcoin negatively, and you probably won't convince him otherwise. You are just gonna have to let it go, being a control freak is the surest way to unhappiness.

Hey. I repeat - we do not deal with illegal stuff at all! All our girls are 18 years old! Here is fresh webcam video from our Martha - http://ubitio.us/file/download/24

Shut up, scammer.



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February 08, 2011, 10:28:36 AM
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You are assuming bitcoins market is in the masses of people, and that it will be widely adopted.

Why shouldn't it be for masses of people ?
I myself want to save for my retirement in bitcoin. I want to some day pay for my groceries in Bitcoin. What is wrong with that ?

I am not saying anything, but certainly it has a market in people who want to do illegal stuff,

Of course it has a market in people trading illegal stuff. But not on this forum.
If you trade illegals on this forum, it's like you're shouting around : "Hey, bitcoin was created for paying whores, buying drugs, illegal arms and generally fucking the government"

i don't see how governments can shut it down,

Governments cannot shut it down. But they can hold mainstream adoption by making it illegal.
And then, you are not going to pay for groceries with Bitcoin. Ever.

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February 08, 2011, 10:46:07 AM
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But it doesn't mean that somebody (Sirius) can't make one.
You don't seem to get that people can be free grown ups and that the world is not going to crumble apart.

If there is one-two threads, that is not a problem. But when such threads start showing up in hundereds, this may change.
No, it will simply become a board of 4chan.

It's like explaining "don't touch the kettle, you will get burned" to the children, OMG...
Except for you're not daddy, now please GTFO and take your FUD and morals with you.

Of course it has a market in people trading illegal stuff. But not on this forum.
I didn't know you owned it.

If you trade illegals on this forum, it's like you're shouting around : "Hey, bitcoin was created for paying whores, buying drugs, illegal arms and generally fucking the government"
Implying that fucking the government is a bad thing...
Bitcoin is the most free currency that has ever circulated, if governments have a problem with freedom it's not bitcoins problem. Just as your little fears are not the mods problem.

Governments cannot shut it down. But they can hold mainstream adoption by making it illegal.
And then, you are not going to pay for groceries with Bitcoin. Ever.
You obviously fail to understand that legality of bitcoin is irrelevant to its use as a currency.
If a government makes bitcoin illegal, it will shed massive light on it, and lead to massive adoption, and in turn expose the contradictions of said interdiction.

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February 08, 2011, 10:51:53 AM
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Whoever pays for the forum hosting, makes the rules. We are guests in his forum. Other people can (and will) open fora with different rules. How can this be controversial?
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February 08, 2011, 11:02:11 AM
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You are assuming bitcoins market is in the masses of people, and that it will be widely adopted.

Why shouldn't it be for masses of people ?
I myself want to save for my retirement in bitcoin. I want to some day pay for my groceries in Bitcoin. What is wrong with that ?

I am not saying anything, but certainly it has a market in people who want to do illegal stuff,

Of course it has a market in people trading illegal stuff. But not on this forum.
If you trade illegals on this forum, it's like you're shouting around : "Hey, bitcoin was created for paying whores, buying drugs, illegal arms and generally fucking the government"

i don't see how governments can shut it down,

Governments cannot shut it down. But they can hold mainstream adoption by making it illegal.
And then, you are not going to pay for groceries with Bitcoin. Ever.


Send me some bitcoins and you can do all the amazon shopping for groceries you want Smiley.

What's so bad about hookers and blow anyway ?



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February 08, 2011, 12:14:30 PM
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But it doesn't mean that somebody (Sirius) can't make one.
You don't seem to get that people can be free grown ups and that the world is not going to crumble apart.

For now, most of people in this thread act as children, so what is the difference.

Of course it has a market in people trading illegal stuff. But not on this forum.
I didn't know you owned it.

I am just making a discussion. Where did i say i owned it ?

It's like explaining "don't touch the kettle, you will get burned" to the children, OMG...
Except for you're not daddy, now please GTFO and take your FUD and morals with you.

You clearly don't fuckin' get WTF am I talking about, so STFU Bitch (yes, i can swear too !)
Also:
1. Nobody is talking about fucking morals. I'm just talking about Bitcoin reputation as a currency. But it seems you're too big fucking moron (oh yes, i can swear !) to get that. I am sorry for you.
2. To be clear: I would happily buy Illegal Arms, Drugs etc myself, but again: NOT on this forum. So morals has nothing to do with this.

If you trade illegals on this forum, it's like you're shouting around : "Hey, bitcoin was created for paying whores, buying drugs, illegal arms and generally fucking the government"
Implying that fucking the government is a bad thing...

Again, I am NOT implying that fucking government is a bad thing.
In fact i fuck the government on every occasion.

Of course, again - you're too stupid (i think i'm getting addicted to insulting you. Mmmm that feels gooood) to read with understanding.

Bitcoin is the most free currency that has ever circulated, if governments have a problem with freedom it's not bitcoins problem. Just as your little fears are not the mods problem.

Nobody is talking about FEAR. I am talking about REPUTATION.
Because, in contrary to you, I care if Bitcoin ever goes "large".

Governments cannot shut it down. But they can hold mainstream adoption by making it illegal.
And then, you are not going to pay for groceries with Bitcoin. Ever.
You obviously fail to understand that legality of bitcoin is irrelevant to its use as a currency.
If a government makes bitcoin illegal, it will shed massive light on it, and lead to massive adoption, and in turn expose the contradictions of said interdiction.

WOW, this is the first actual valid argument that is not an insult in your whole post.
Still, it if will be illegal, then it will be underground currency. And if it will be underground currency, I won't pay for my groceries in it.

If there is one-two threads, that is not a problem. But when such threads start showing up in hundereds, this may change.
No, it will simply become a board of 4chan.

No, much worse. And it will be TOR-only, which is a problem. Somehow you're too stupid to see that.


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February 08, 2011, 01:19:25 PM
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For now, most of people in this thread act as children, so what is the difference.
Then, please quit whining, and go make your own, where people be required to behave like respectable grown-ups and content will be MPAA rated.
People mostly disagree with you, mod told you to get lost, what are you still doing here ?

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February 08, 2011, 01:24:08 PM
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You clearly don't fuckin' get WTF am I talking about, so STFU Bitch (yes, i can swear too !)

u mad
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February 08, 2011, 03:40:59 PM
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For now, most of people in this thread act as children, so what is the difference.
Then, please quit whining, and go make your own, where people be required to behave like respectable grown-ups and content will be MPAA rated.
 (...)  what are you still doing here ?

This is not an ARGUMENT.
I'm not whining, I am simply making a discussion.

People mostly disagree with you,

Perhaps this is why I'm continuing to discuss, because i want to convince them they are wrong.
This is the point of discussion, am I wrong ?


mod told you to get lost,

In your dreams perhaps. I remember no such thing.

You clearly don't fuckin' get WTF am I talking about, so STFU Bitch (yes, i can swear too !)

u mad

Definately.

I usually get mad when people explode with moronic ideas and defend them as if they were absolute truth, exactly as in this thread.

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February 08, 2011, 03:45:23 PM
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can you please forgive yourself and others and move on-

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February 08, 2011, 04:58:47 PM
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yes, bickering gets no one anywhere.  Embarrassed

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February 08, 2011, 07:00:53 PM
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Because, in contrary to you, I care if Bitcoin ever goes "large".

Actually I'd argue that widespread adoption by illegal industries could be the best thing that happens to Bitcoin at this time. The black market is HUGE, it has almost 1.5 trillion market value (according to Wikipedia). If only 0.1% of that jumped on the Bitcoin bandwagon it would drive the price and network hashrate through the roof, improving trust in the security of the network and enabling a lot of people and businesses to work for bitcoins full-time on legal industries, thus creating an adoption spiral. Considering the usual response time of government when it comes to regulating stuff on the internet, we would get a pretty good head start of uninterrupted explosive adoption, making it way harder for them to do something about it.
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February 08, 2011, 08:47:43 PM
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Because, in contrary to you, I care if Bitcoin ever goes "large".

Actually I'd argue that widespread adoption by illegal industries could be the best thing that happens to Bitcoin at this time. The black market is HUGE, it has almost 1.5 trillion market value (according to Wikipedia). If only 0.1% of that jumped on the Bitcoin bandwagon it would drive the price and network hashrate through the roof, improving trust in the security of the network and enabling a lot of people and businesses to work for bitcoins full-time on legal industries, thus creating an adoption spiral. Considering the usual response time of government when it comes to regulating stuff on the internet, we would get a pretty good head start of uninterrupted explosive adoption, making it way harder for them to do something about it.

This a very good argument. I'm 97% satisfied and 75% convinced. (Contrary to davout's pseudo-arguments which are mostly empty jibberish).

However, i'm still worried that adoption will be postponed by few years because of governments delegalizing bitcoin.

Anyway, I see that clearly I'm not convincing anybody here today, so i guess everybody have to learn truth the hard way. Just don't say nobody warned you.

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February 10, 2011, 12:53:42 AM
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This is why we should never make BTC an officially recognised currency, because then the government has control over it.  Otherwise, they'd have to start passing new laws to stop it because there's nothing wrong with trading meaningless data about and if people will dish out money for the data that's their prerogative.

As soon as anything official happens they can tax it, make it illegal etc..


Also, I don't think people realise the severity of BTC becoming illegal; if it does that then it will ruin it forever.  BTC can thrive right now with nobody touching it, but as soon as it's illegal the community will become a fraction of what it was and the dream can never happen, whatever that was.

Not to mention if the coin's not illegal, then it can still be used for illegal activities, so anyone looking to operate in illegal ways with BTC would have an easier time, but really I don't have to consider you guys since I feel that is out of the question (personally).

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