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September 15, 2011, 06:16:53 PM
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freemoneyday.org

You'll have to give it somebody else sorry, I'm not putting my BTC addy here Cheesy
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September 16, 2011, 12:40:13 AM
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This serves as a mis-allocation of resources and will only hurt the economy. If you have money to give away, the best thing you can do with it is provide capital to a business you think is viable thus generating more wealth for society. Giving it to some random stranger is not likely to produce growth.
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September 16, 2011, 12:46:26 AM
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What an excellent idea you have there, hashman. I see that freebitcoinday.com and freebitcoinday.org is still available. I suggest December 12, as the day. 12-12, 12 days before Christmas Eve.

On a slightly side note, is the follow quote relative?

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How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? and the scorners delight in their scorning, and fools hate knowledge?
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September 16, 2011, 05:36:45 AM
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This would work great with some kind of paper wallet-based bitcoin note because it would be a conversation starter.  But it isn't going to work until there is at least one reputable bitcoin bank that allows online banking, checking, mobile payments, debit cards or at least some of that because 999/1000 people do not know how to encrypt something on their computer.

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September 16, 2011, 09:20:22 AM
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This serves as a mis-allocation of resources and will only hurt the economy. If you have money to give away, the best thing you can do with it is provide capital to a business you think is viable thus generating more wealth for society. Giving it to some random stranger is not likely to produce growth.

Give your money to a business which will use it to exploit its workers and probably not give them health care or a living wage. Truly the best way to move the human race forward. Preventing people from starving to death is a misallocation of resources which would be better served to make the top 0.01% slightly richer. I am able to think these things without killing myself out of shame because I am severely autistic and don't understand this thing you humans call "compassion".
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September 16, 2011, 09:24:37 AM
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The most efficient way of giving away your money is to burn it.

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September 16, 2011, 09:36:11 AM
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This serves as a mis-allocation of resources and will only hurt the economy. If you have money to give away, the best thing you can do with it is provide capital to a business you think is viable thus generating more wealth for society. Giving it to some random stranger is not likely to produce growth.

Give your money to a business which will use it to exploit its workers and probably not give them health care or a living wage. Truly the best way to move the human race forward. Preventing people from starving to death is a misallocation of resources which would be better served to make the top 0.01% slightly richer. I am able to think these things without killing myself out of shame because I am severely autistic and don't understand this thing you humans call "compassion".

You wouldn't be alive in in a western country right now without businesses catering to your needs.

You have no means or resources to feed yourself off the land in a modern 1st world country.
You are also directly dependent on the oil, chemical and weapons industry unless you ride a bicycle, make your own medicine & protect your home yourself.

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September 16, 2011, 09:43:00 AM
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This serves as a mis-allocation of resources and will only hurt the economy. If you have money to give away, the best thing you can do with it is provide capital to a business you think is viable thus generating more wealth for society. Giving it to some random stranger is not likely to produce growth.

Give your money to a business which will use it to exploit its workers and probably not give them health care or a living wage. Truly the best way to move the human race forward. Preventing people from starving to death is a misallocation of resources which would be better served to make the top 0.01% slightly richer. I am able to think these things without killing myself out of shame because I am severely autistic and don't understand this thing you humans call "compassion".

Someone as agressive as you dont understand what companssion is so dont try to come all holly on us.
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September 16, 2011, 10:02:59 AM
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Someone as agressive as you dont understand what companssion is so dont try to come all holly on us.

If you'll notice, the only people I'm agressive with are those whose beliefs are the political equivalent of sociopathy.


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September 16, 2011, 10:06:09 AM
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You wouldn't be alive in in a western country right now without businesses catering to your needs.

No shit? I wouldn't be alive without business in a society that makes it impossible to live without business?! Well that changes everything!
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September 16, 2011, 10:19:05 AM
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Free Bitcoin Day was a great idea while it lasted--in my mind.
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September 16, 2011, 03:15:35 PM
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You wouldn't be alive in in a western country right now without businesses catering to your needs.

No shit? I wouldn't be alive without business in a society that makes it impossible to live without business?! Well that changes everything!

Do you have realistic alternatives
besides withdrawing from the world, whining & living on welfare and other people's money?

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September 16, 2011, 03:45:04 PM
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You have no means or resources to feed yourself off the land in a modern 1st world country.
You are also directly dependent on the oil, chemical and weapons industry unless you ride a bicycle, make your own medicine & protect your home yourself.


Well I am dependent on oil, and chemicals (thank you SR) ..

but I thought everybody rode bicycles, made their own medicine and protected their homes?

Seriously?  You don't ride a bike?
Don't take care of your own body?
Don't protect your own house? 

Not sure what to say to that :S
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September 16, 2011, 04:40:26 PM
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Someone as agressive as you dont understand what companssion is so dont try to come all holly on us.

If you'll notice, the only people I'm agressive with are those whose beliefs are the political equivalent of sociopathy.

I dont see you being agressive with yourself. Anyways being agressive and intransigent are traits of your personality that is very distant from a compassionate person.
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September 16, 2011, 04:44:58 PM
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Give your money to a business which will use it to exploit its workers and probably not give them health care or a living wage.

Exploitation is a myth.
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September 16, 2011, 07:10:52 PM
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Do you have realistic alternatives
besides withdrawing from the world, whining & living on welfare and other people's money?

If you weren't too busy crying about how great the poor have it, you'd realize that (for example) the U.K. pays less than half the money per capita to insure 100% of its people as we do to insure 70%. Being so paranoid of somebody somewhere getting something for nothing that you happily pay more for things to ensure they don't get any of them is really kind of shooting yourself in the foot, don't you think? And the whole time you're sputtering angrily about the possibility of some poor person snatching pennies, the rich are stealing your whole country out from under you.

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Exploitation is a myth.

lol I've heard this one before. The miners who were literally worked to death at the beginning of the 20th century? Not exploited. The poor today who have a choice of a dozen minimum wage jobs, none of which will give them enough to afford health care or a remotely decent life? Not exploited. They had a choice, you see. Nevermind that the choice was between a dozen equally horrible options, it was a choice and that's all that matters!

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I dont see you being agressive with yourself.

Because my worldview demands more equitable treatment for all, not just the monied classes.

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Anyways being agressive and intransigent are traits of your personality that is very distant from a compassionate person.

Some of the most acerbic pricks out there are unbelievably compassionate once you scratch the surface. Smiley It's the shell you build up being a compassionate person in a shitty consumerist society where the only thing that ever matters is money.
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September 16, 2011, 09:14:03 PM
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Some of the most acerbic pricks out there are unbelievably compassionate once you scratch the surface. Smiley It's the shell you build up being a compassionate person in a shitty consumerist society where the only thing that ever matters is money.

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September 16, 2011, 09:38:03 PM
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Being so paranoid of somebody somewhere getting something for nothing that you happily pay more for things to ensure they don't get any of them is really kind of shooting yourself in the foot, don't you think? And the whole time you're sputtering angrily about the possibility of some poor person snatching pennies, the rich are stealing your whole country out from under you.

I don't have anything against poor people mooching off welfare.
More power to those who are smart enough to exploit the system.

I'm saying if you aren't doing anything to further your financial situation you really have no right to complain how everything is about money & how society sucks.

You can earn significant amounts without being a corporate slave. Hell, with the bitcoin prices being what they were during the summer, I made $10k+/month peak
just from mining proceeds (that's obviously a dead end now though) after electricity.

You can earn tons 'off the grid' (besides bitcoin). It takes effort and thinking, though.

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September 16, 2011, 10:02:34 PM
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Modern necessities like health care and a decent place to live aren't things that should only be reserved for the people smart enough or lucky enough or even driven enough to grab for the brass ring. No matter how many people push themselves to succeed, you'll always need your fast food workers and gas station attendants and all of that. Those people are poor for a variety of reasons, many of which you can't really blame them for. Does a less intelligent person deserve to live a life of shit and misery because he wasn't lucky enough to be born with your superior brainpower?

IKEA workers in Sweden actually protested and got angry at the company after IKEA opened a factory in Virginia where workers get paid a few cents over U.S. minimum wage. We literally have people in other countries pissed off about how bad we treat our working class here in America.

You can say that nobody would have a job without business, but it's equally true that there would be no business without workers. And now the rights many of them literally died for are being stripped away one by one, wages of hard-working regular people have been stagnant for decades, and all the while the libertarians support policies that demonstrably increase all of that disparity and all of that misery and take away those rights. Seriously, fuck them.

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September 17, 2011, 06:56:52 AM
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Huzzah!!
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