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September 05, 2011, 12:53:51 AM
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So... he just left this forum, but didn't leave 'bitcoin' entirely?   ...http://bitcoin.com.au

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September 05, 2011, 01:54:56 AM
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Who cares, he's a nobody.  This is just one of friends/alt account to make people think anyone gives a shit.  Same old attention whore. 

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September 05, 2011, 06:11:03 AM
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Who cares, he's a nobody.  This is just one of friends/alt account to make people think anyone gives a shit.  Same old attention whore. 

Actually he was/is an awesome guy, and a key part of the bitcoin community.

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September 05, 2011, 07:18:41 PM
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Will this be the new BitcoinMedia heads?

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September 05, 2011, 09:15:00 PM
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Who cares, he's a nobody.  This is just one of friends/alt account to make people think anyone gives a shit.  Same old attention whore. 

Actually he was/is an awesome guy, and a key part of the bitcoin community.

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September 25, 2011, 05:36:28 PM
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Who cares, he's a nobody.  This is just one of friends/alt account to make people think anyone gives a shit.  Same old attention whore. 

Actually he was/is an awesome guy, and a key part of the bitcoin community.

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September 25, 2011, 06:36:19 PM
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Who cares, he's a nobody.  This is just one of friends/alt account to make people think anyone gives a shit.  Same old attention whore. 

Actually he was/is an awesome guy, and a key part of the bitcoin community.

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September 25, 2011, 07:12:11 PM
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He didn't so much face off as harass goons over aim and tweeter until they got annoyed then when they started trolling him.  Just an attention whore who wanted people to focus on him.
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The 'bitcoinmedia' talking to 'bitcoinnambla' one was among my favorite of the SA material.  Another favorite was the 'before SA and after SA' graphic of Bruce.  Buttcoin really should publish that one.

SA had it's lockout at a very inopportune time for me.  Some other stuff was just getting very interesting, but I decided not to sign up until they accept BTC.  When the lockout ended I went back to catch up but was disappointed.  Not a huge amount of good stuff in terms of humor and the sub-themes I was interested in went nowhere.

One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

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September 26, 2011, 02:31:18 PM
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One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

Like vultures, they wait for BTC to crash so they can gobble up all the of comedy gold from your E/Ntrails.
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September 26, 2011, 05:43:53 PM
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One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

Like vultures, they wait for BTC to crash so they can gobble up all the of comedy gold from your E/Ntrails.

The sense of shock and despair on the SA board when the $/BTC ratio increase is palpable.

It's seems like a lot of the SA members are pretty attached to the idea that they are vastly superior intellectually to anyone interested in hedging with Bitcoin and (probably unconscious) sense the difficulty of maintaining that comforting thought in the face of an upswing.  I guess every board has their more pathetic contingent.

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September 26, 2011, 09:09:09 PM
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September 26, 2011, 10:49:52 PM
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South Asia.  NoAgendaMarket picked a fight with the triads

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September 27, 2011, 06:50:15 AM
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South Asia.  NoAgendaMarket picked a fight with the triads


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September 27, 2011, 07:48:47 AM
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SomeoneWeird are you really a policeman  Huh

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September 27, 2011, 11:38:31 AM
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One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

Like vultures, they wait for BTC to crash so they can gobble up all the of comedy gold from your E/Ntrails.

The sense of shock and despair on the SA board when the $/BTC ratio increase is palpable.

It's seems like a lot of the SA members are pretty attached to the idea that they are vastly superior intellectually to anyone interested in hedging with Bitcoin and (probably unconscious) sense the difficulty of maintaining that comforting thought in the face of an upswing.  I guess every board has their more pathetic contingent.


What upswing?  All it's been so far is down with no more than 2-3 day minor uptrend, never to break the previous high.  Then it stagnates or crashes again.   

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September 27, 2011, 03:50:28 PM
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One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

Like vultures, they wait for BTC to crash so they can gobble up all the of comedy gold from your E/Ntrails.

The sense of shock and despair on the SA board when the $/BTC ratio increase is palpable.

It's seems like a lot of the SA members are pretty attached to the idea that they are vastly superior intellectually to anyone interested in hedging with Bitcoin and (probably unconscious) sense the difficulty of maintaining that comforting thought in the face of an upswing.  I guess every board has their more pathetic contingent.


What upswing?  All it's been so far is down with no more than 2-3 day minor uptrend, never to break the previous high.  Then it stagnates or crashes again.   

The run up into the sixes was like poking an ant hill.  What really seems to get (some) SA people going is when someone makes a purchase in the $10k-$50k-ish.  There are clearly some things which do not compute under the standard SA dogma on Bitcoin and Bitcoiners.

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September 27, 2011, 04:27:31 PM
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One thing that I did find quite amusing is that interest in the price of BTC is higher on the SA forum than anywhere else except possibly the bitcointalk-speculation page.  Go figure.

Like vultures, they wait for BTC to crash so they can gobble up all the of comedy gold from your E/Ntrails.

The sense of shock and despair on the SA board when the $/BTC ratio increase is palpable.

It's seems like a lot of the SA members are pretty attached to the idea that they are vastly superior intellectually to anyone interested in hedging with Bitcoin and (probably unconscious) sense the difficulty of maintaining that comforting thought in the face of an upswing.  I guess every board has their more pathetic contingent.


What upswing?  All it's been so far is down with no more than 2-3 day minor uptrend, never to break the previous high.  Then it stagnates or crashes again.  

The run up into the sixes was like poking an ant hill.  What really seems to get (some) SA people going is when someone makes a purchase in the $10k-$50k-ish.  There are clearly some things which do not compute under the standard SA dogma on Bitcoin and Bitcoiners.


Can't really argue with that.  With the large population on SA there's a wide range of opinions and beliefs.  And of course a fair share of idiots like with any populace.    

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September 27, 2011, 04:33:21 PM
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The run up into the sixes was like poking an ant hill.  What really seems to get (some) SA people going is when someone makes a purchase in the $10k-$50k-ish.  There are clearly some things which do not compute under the standard SA dogma on Bitcoin and Bitcoiners.

No, some idiot buying $10k-$50k worth of bitcoins in this market pretty much perfectly fits with our view of people who are interested in bitcoins.

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September 27, 2011, 07:08:16 PM
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The run up into the sixes was like poking an ant hill.  What really seems to get (some) SA people going is when someone makes a purchase in the $10k-$50k-ish.  There are clearly some things which do not compute under the standard SA dogma on Bitcoin and Bitcoiners.

No, some idiot buying $10k-$50k worth of bitcoins in this market pretty much perfectly fits with our view of people who are interested in bitcoins.

Probably the only idiot who could afford to take such a speculative risk is the kind of idiot who bought silver 9 years ago.  The price had gone down from $50.00/oz to $4.20-ish iirc, so only a real moron would have bought into that market.

I have not really heard any cogent arguments on SA about why there is no theoretical possibility that Bitcoin could not, under the right circumstances, become a sought after item.  But to be fair it is not really their job or area of expertise.

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