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November 21, 2013, 10:56:07 PM
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Made this little design for a t-shirt and thought I'd share!  Tongue


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November 22, 2013, 01:18:20 AM
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That loser has no honor.

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November 22, 2013, 02:22:06 AM
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as it stands now he's on frontpage of wired magazine, new proof that he had six serious murders planned, as well as the undercover fbi agent posing as a hitman and providing him with staged torture and murder of one of his former system administrators.
his defense is now that he isn't the Dread Pirate Roberts...

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November 22, 2013, 02:39:42 AM
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That loser has no honor.
He did some great things, pretty honourable as DPR, not so much as Ross
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November 22, 2013, 02:50:52 AM
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The guy seems to be a egocentric maniac.

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/11/ross-ulbricht-loses-bail/

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He predicted, however, that 2011, he would be “a year of prosperity and power beyond what I have ever experienced before,” adding that “Silk Road is going to become a phenomenon and at least one person will tell me about it, unknowing that I was its creator.”

It seems he kept a journal where he constantly wrote about himself. He was certainly in self love.

I am not sure he was even sincere in DPR's "ideals" or if it was just the ego speaking.

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Add this one: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/11/feds-say-silk-road-suspects-computer-shows-he-thought-he-plotted-6-murders/

It seems the journal was to keep track of things related to the site too, but lots of entries obsessed with his power and legacy.
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November 22, 2013, 04:53:30 AM
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wonder what his defense is. I found this laptop in the library when they busted me lol
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November 22, 2013, 08:08:28 AM
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wonder what his defense is. I found this laptop in the library when they busted me lol


Hahaha I've been wondering the same thing. His defense attorney seems to believe that he will get him off free. We'll see. And for the rest of the comments, the shirt is more about an ideal than the man himself or actions (murders are bad mmmmk)..... hence the mask, silk road icon, and economic ideological phrase. DPR and the silk road were figureheads of personal freedom!

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November 22, 2013, 09:40:26 AM
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According to the FBI (which I find pretty hard to believe) Mr.Ullbricht ordered 6 assassinations. If by any chance he played a role in those crimes, I would strongly advice the Bitcointalk community to retract all the support offered to this guy.

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November 22, 2013, 09:58:53 AM
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Let's wait for  A.H. shirt!
At least that guy did a few good things like building a few highways , DPR did only the bad ones.

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November 22, 2013, 10:02:16 AM
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is he a bad guy? i don't think so.. maybe just a libertarian who was smart but at the same time a dummy.
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November 22, 2013, 11:01:41 AM
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The guy seems to be a egocentric maniac.

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/11/ross-ulbricht-loses-bail/

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He predicted, however, that 2011, he would be “a year of prosperity and power beyond what I have ever experienced before,” adding that “Silk Road is going to become a phenomenon and at least one person will tell me about it, unknowing that I was its creator.”

It seems he kept a journal where he constantly wrote about himself. He was certainly in self love.

I am not sure he was even sincere in DPR's "ideals" or if it was just the ego speaking.

EDIT:

Add this one: http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/11/feds-say-silk-road-suspects-computer-shows-he-thought-he-plotted-6-murders/

It seems the journal was to keep track of things related to the site too, but lots of entries obsessed with his power and legacy.

Jesus. It continually blows my mind how people can be so smart and yet so fucking stupid.

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November 22, 2013, 03:19:42 PM
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According to the FBI, DPR created cancer, aids and eats live children!!!   Shocked  Shocked  Shocked

Nice tshirt btw  Grin
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November 22, 2013, 03:25:38 PM
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According to the FBI, DPR created cancer, aids and eats live children!!!   Shocked  Shocked  Shocked

Nice tshirt btw  Grin

I swear I thought I read "eats live chickens" and if that was the case, I would've cried, "Fowl!"
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November 22, 2013, 03:54:46 PM
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According to the FBI, DPR created cancer, aids and eats live children!!!   Shocked  Shocked  Shocked

Nice tshirt btw  Grin

I swear I thought I read "eats live chickens" and if that was the case, I would've cried, "Fowl!"

I read your part about "eats live chicken" then starred at that t-shirt for 5 minutes trying to find what you could have mistaken for this.
Oh , god , bitcoin is driving me nuts.

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November 22, 2013, 04:04:08 PM
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I swear I thought I read "eats live chickens" and if that was the case, I would've cried, "Fowl!"
lol that would have been clucking unbelievable.
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November 22, 2013, 04:04:55 PM
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If you take anything the FBI or the American government has to say at face value then you are BLIND to how they operate...

It wouldn't surprise me if they used multiple alias's to first make him want/need these hits, then approach him as another user and offer to "take out" this person, that probably never existed.  All in an effort to make sure he is locked up for life when they do catch him.

Look at it from their perspective, do you really think they would want a 20yo computer nerd to undermine all the massive efforts and expense they go to to oppress drug use, then see him walk free in a couple of years with millions hidden away.  

Once his court day came and the judge decided that the crimes he committed wouldn't even justify a couple of years, after all he only launched a website offering free trade to the world, never actually sold anything illegal himself.

No no no, that wouldn't do for the FBI, so before catching him out for the "crimes" he committed, they had to cook up some real crimes, it's called entrapment, illegal in itself but something that the American gov love to do, and do it all to often.  All this in an effort to ensure he couldn't walk free and that all the media would demonize him.

All I can say is glad i'm not american.. land of the free my ass.

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November 22, 2013, 04:08:32 PM
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If you take anything the FBI or the American government has to say at face value then you are BLIND to how they operate...

It wouldn't surprise me if they used multiple alias's to first make him want/need these hits, then approach him as another user and offer to "take out" this person, that probably never existed.  All in an effort to make sure he is locked up for life when they do catch him.

Look at it from their perspective, do you really think they would want a 20yo computer nerd to undermine all the massive efforts and expense they go to to oppress drug use, then see him walk free in a couple of years with millions hidden away.  

Once his court day came and the judge decided that the crimes he committed wouldn't even justify a couple of years, after all he only launched a website offering free trade to the world, never actually sold anything illegal himself.

No no no, that wouldn't do for the FBI, so before catching him out for the "crimes" he committed, they had to cook up some real crimes, it's called entrapment, illegal in itself but something that the American gov love to do, and do it all to often.  All this in an effort to ensure he couldn't walk free and that all the media would demonize him.

All I can say is glad i'm not american.. land of the free my ass.

Oh yeah , he was a hero and those damn government fascists want the poor Jesus v2.02 burned on a stick in all the media.
And he could bring peace to all the world , end hunger with his good for everything Silkroad project.

Free trade? well , he didn't get all those bitcoins from FREEEEEE trade.

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It wouldn't surprise me if they used multiple alias's to first make him want/need these hits, then approach him as another user and offer to "take out" this person, that probably never existed.  All in an effort to make sure he is locked up for life when they do catch him.

Isn't this kinda what they did?

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November 22, 2013, 04:14:49 PM
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Free trade? well , he didn't get all those bitcoins from FREEEEEE trade.

You obviously don't understand what i mean by free trade... I don't literally mean people trading things for free, or even trade on a website that is free to trade on... everything in the world costs something. 

I mean free to trade what they please, without government intervention.

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November 22, 2013, 04:25:35 PM
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Free trade? well , he didn't get all those bitcoins from FREEEEEE trade.

You obviously don't understand what i mean by free trade... I don't literally mean people trading things for free, or even trade on a website that is free to trade on... everything in the world costs something. 

I mean free to trade what they please, without government intervention.


So basically you praise him for running a lawless website.
What a hero.

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