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September 01, 2011, 04:55:44 PM
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oh! lol, i'm a ditz. Yeah, thanks for the donation ^.^

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September 01, 2011, 06:10:02 PM
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Why wouldn't it? I'd be mining at 100 mhash/s instead of 800 khash/s and then I wouldn't need to loan from anyone.

At 100Mhash/s it would still take around 6 years to get 120BTC, not accounting for difficulty increase.

At 800Khash/s it would take 726 years so you really need to turn your CPU mining off to save that electricity cost


But it sounds like your loan is for a good cause, good luck Smiley
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September 01, 2011, 06:47:31 PM
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i'm getting ready to donate some mining power(2x5830+1x6850) to logan and would like to encourage a few more people to do the same for however long possible

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September 01, 2011, 07:32:48 PM
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It's much appreciated guys.. just got back from the chiropractor so it looks like the job at Walmart's off(which means I'm still on public assistance). On the 20th I'll be giving the 1.5btc back to senbonzakura as stated leaving me with 1.5015, however a vehicle will still be needed to go back and forth to the store and to drs appointments and the like. Fun stuff I swears.
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September 02, 2011, 01:54:13 AM
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It's much appreciated guys.. just got back from the chiropractor so it looks like the job at Walmart's off(which means I'm still on public assistance). On the 20th I'll be giving the 1.5btc back to senbonzakura as stated leaving me with 1.5015, however a vehicle will still be needed to go back and forth to the store and to drs appointments and the like. Fun stuff I swears.

That sucks mate..

Got the coin I promised, if you could request it through my forums it would be great, the more feedback/traffic I get from people the better..
You will have to request it here after you register..
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September 02, 2011, 02:45:06 AM
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Hey I go there sometimes lol.. anything to help.

EDIT: Yay for being the first one to post in the loans section!
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September 02, 2011, 02:49:16 AM
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Thats too bad, hopefully you grow out of this, people arn't all that bad..  Smiley

LIES!  Embrace your hobbit nature!

And good luck with the car!

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September 02, 2011, 03:35:29 AM
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Thank you ^.^
C'mon people, I really need this car... I dunno how much longer this guy's going to hold on to it.
If I loose it, I'll have to hunt for another one and they aren't cheap here.
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September 02, 2011, 03:47:53 AM
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Yeah but that's the problem.. no one's willing to toss 10btc my way.
Either they don't care or their trust is too broken. Either way it puts me in a bind.
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September 02, 2011, 06:57:13 PM
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DAMN IT!  I just got off the phone with the guy with the explorer and he said he sold it!
True, it was in his own right and he did tell me if he found someone he'd sell it... but on to some other news.
There's at least 2 more explorers listed on craigslist that I'm interested if they accept the price. I'll still need a total of 120btc to cover all my expenses but at least that end looks hopeful.

Let's keep the donations/loans-a-rollin.
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September 02, 2011, 07:03:37 PM
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Quick question:  Are explorers just abundant where you are?  An older explorer is going to be hell on gas/maintanence.  No hondas/camrys for sale?

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September 02, 2011, 07:33:09 PM
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Quick question:  Are explorers just abundant where you are?  An older explorer is going to be hell on gas/maintanence.  No hondas/camrys for sale?

I can't drive cars lol. I run them into the ground too fast. It's this reason I've always had either an explorer, aerostar or some sort of ford pickup to stand up to the abuse(ran the last pickup oil dry but it was on accident, was fords I6). There are some explorers in the area but not alot, and because it's the lovely state of New York, people here think their vehicles are worth their weight in gold when they really arent(ie: condition says 200, bbk says 500, seller says 1200).

When I was back in Iowa, I ended up letting my pickup go because it was melting battery posts and couldn't figure out why. So I took the money from that and bought a '79 E250 club wagon. That lasted about 6 months before iowa winter made the crossover pump(dual tanks on a van) break, spewing gasoline all over the driveway and in the street(landlord was not happy). So I ended up patching that and selling it to a guy who was looking for a cutesy van for the elderly. I took the money I got from that... and bought a '94 explorer xlt. Thing had bald tires and a wicked shimmy in the front but I got it for $300 and it took me to IL so I was happy. couldn't find a job in IL so I sold the explorer to go move in with my parents in Phoenix(who are now in TN) only to find out the only thing the explorer needed was new front brakes(causing the shimmy).

I should have realized this. Automotive breaks 101: if you know the front end is good and tight and it wobbles, its either bearings or breaks. Step brother forwarded me $500 to get tires for it too. I kick myself for that now too. So here I am in western new york looking for another '94 explorer. Why 94? Because they changed the body/front end for 1995 and did it again in 2001(in fact the bearings are known to go out rather fast in the 2001+ models, however their pressed on in such as way as you can't get them off and have to replace the whole hub which is a a cool grand). I've been hunting for a 93/94 explorer,4dr,4wd,power everything for less then a grand since I moved here Christmas Eve. So yes lol, I'm a bit partial to explorers.
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September 02, 2011, 07:39:38 PM
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My first truck was a 91 ranger, so I know that time in Fords production produced some quality vehicles.  It's just that trucks don't depreciate near as fast as cars.

I worked at a Jiffy Lube for around 4yrs and serviced around 50k vehicles. The only thing that holds up better than a early 90's ford truck is an early 90's honda/camry.

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September 02, 2011, 07:59:12 PM
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My first truck was a 91 ranger, so I know that time in Fords production produced some quality vehicles.  It's just that trucks don't depreciate near as fast as cars.

I worked at a Jiffy Lube for around 4yrs and serviced around 50k vehicles. The only thing that holds up better than a early 90's ford truck is an early 90's honda/camry.

Hehe. Those are quite pricey around these parts.. start at 2k and work em on up. Only car that's really dirt cheap around here are neons, pontiacs, and some olds. Delta 88s go for less then a grand, but oh boy do you have to do work to em. Me personally I'd love to have my pickup back, but the wife doesn't like trucks so an SUV will have to suffice.

We're now sitting at 4.002 btc!
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September 03, 2011, 05:25:02 PM
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C'mon folks, still need 120 btc for a vehicle...
Found a guy in northern PA that said he would sit aside his '94 Explorer for me. Just need to get the money for it obviously.
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September 04, 2011, 02:03:49 AM
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C'mon folks, I still need that car... If you needed the coins for a car or house or whatever, I'd try my damnest to help you out... it's just 120 btc(well 116.2515 btc with what I have on hand). I also have BitCard back up and running so I hope that pans out.
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September 04, 2011, 03:03:57 AM
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C'mon folks, I still need that car... If you needed the coins for a car or house or whatever, I'd try my damnest to help you out... it's just 120 btc(well 116.2515 btc with what I have on hand). I also have BitCard back up and running so I hope that pans out.
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September 05, 2011, 04:05:14 AM
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C'mon folks, still need that car...
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September 05, 2011, 10:11:25 PM
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Still looking for that loan/donation...
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September 06, 2011, 04:14:49 AM
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Now you're just starting to sound desperate.... I don't think anyone is going to loan about $1000 to a stranger on the internet.  I would suggest a bank.
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