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September 02, 2011, 08:34:53 PM
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I caution people about the gas station near the rental car return of IAD.  But I cannot say for sure that that is where mine got nicked...the people who helpfully hold my USD form of money did not see fit to bless me with that kind of info.  I use greenbacks for shady deals (like buying gas) these days.

Yeah, same thing here. The bank didn't actually tell us, but, well, we'd only used that card there. When my main card gets stolen, well. Considering that payment processors have been hacked many times. I mean, really, there's just not much one can even do about it any more. If a payment processor gets hacked, well, it's not even like I can know which stores use which, they usually don't want to tell. Sometimes you can tell from the hardware, but not when they have this big fancy custom job layered on top of it.

"MOOOOOOOM! SOME MYTHICAL WOLFBEAST GUY IS MAKING FUN OF ME ON THE INTERNET!!!!"
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September 03, 2011, 06:14:07 AM
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And I would use BTC for shady internet related stuff like SA.  Just because you nobody has poked you yet (to the best of your knowledge) does not mean that you have not dropped your trousers and assumed the position.


SA's been around since the late '90s. It's not quite the same as some fly-by-night guy on a forum selling a $3000 luxury Bitcoin wristwatch that you pay upfront for and don't use escrow.

Besides, spending time on the phone with Visa or your bank to get your money back is way better than someone telling you "lol free market, bitch. shoulda been more careful" and never getting a penny back.
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September 03, 2011, 10:26:54 AM
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And I would use BTC for shady internet related stuff like SA.  Just because you nobody has poked you yet (to the best of your knowledge) does not mean that you have not dropped your trousers and assumed the position.


SA's been around since the late '90s. It's not quite the same as some fly-by-night guy on a forum selling a $3000 luxury Bitcoin wristwatch that you pay upfront for and don't use escrow.

Besides, spending time on the phone with Visa or your bank to get your money back is way better than someone telling you "lol free market, bitch. shoulda been more careful" and never getting a penny back.


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September 03, 2011, 10:57:47 AM
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Why would I want a trashy Rolex when I could have this beauty in 3-4 weeks 8-10 weekssoon we swear we haven't already spent your BTC on a used jetski?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=32811.0

Maybe I'll even go for the $15k version. I like to use a little thing called class when I promote Bitcoins.
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September 04, 2011, 07:51:50 AM
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Madhatter and nanaimogold are obviously scumbags.  That doesn't really help your case though, Bruce.

I think it'd be best for Bitcoin if you stepped out of the spotlight for now, and gave others a chance to step up.  We need a chance to diversify and decentralize the Bitcoin "PR department".  Just take a break from your promotional activities for a little while and wait for the air to clear.

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September 04, 2011, 01:05:23 PM
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Just to clarify; Bruce's referrence to "fugitives" couldn't possibly include me.

My real name, address and telephone number are in the whois record. I might be the easist man to locate in all of the bitcoin realm.

Nanaimo Gold is now the world's oldest running exchanger of digital currencies, the first exchanger of bitcoin and the only exchanger to run through the entire lifespan of bitcoin without a hack or more than a brief downtime.

A fugitve could not accomplish that.

#bitcoin-otc hasnt been hacked  Smiley
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September 04, 2011, 03:11:24 PM
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Just to clarify; Bruce's referrence to "fugitives" couldn't possibly include me.

My real name, address and telephone number are in the whois record. I might be the easist man to locate in all of the bitcoin realm.

Nanaimo Gold is now the world's oldest running exchanger of digital currencies, the first exchanger of bitcoin and the only exchanger to run through the entire lifespan of bitcoin without a hack or more than a brief downtime.

A fugitve could not accomplish that.

#bitcoin-otc hasnt been hacked  Smiley

As I  recall, #bitcoin-otc was initiated about a year after the launch of bitcoin.

https://www.nanaimogold.com/ - World's first bitcoin exchange service
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November 01, 2012, 04:47:49 AM
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Every time I reread this thread I laugh my ass off. Also, half of the people in this thread are MIA.

I guess ol' punnelman boy abuser wishes he could better keep a secret.

selling his own ass, pimping boys, mortgage fraud, lease fraud, failure to address legal judgment, lying and slander, etc etc

Cried on his lame TV show - call the FBI! Get that NanaimoGold! He hurt my feelings!

Where are you now Brooce? I hope God's recent douching of NYC flushed your sorry ass out to sea.


https://www.nanaimogold.com/ - World's first bitcoin exchange service
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