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September 28, 2011, 01:29:12 PM
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aint the 209.237.253.79 range a datacenter ?..
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September 28, 2011, 01:36:09 PM
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"you're the guy who, after trying to create a movement to spam senators and representative's voice mail with messages demanding impeachment, thought it was an outrage against democracy and a sure sign the united states was going to hell in a handbasket that Senator Feinstein's staff wouldn't give him her personal number"

http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=2424993&userid=61301&perpage=40&pagenumber=2#post333819498

The man is versed in God, politics, and Battlestar Gallactica.   I find the SA connection being made here funny, I'm sure others do not. 


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September 28, 2011, 01:52:26 PM
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aint the 209.237.253.79 range a datacenter ?..
.55 and .79 are in the same vlan #804 (on brocade dsx's?), looks like same delegated customer/enduser

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September 28, 2011, 01:57:47 PM
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The man is versed in God, politics, and Battlestar Gallactica.   I find the SA connection being made here funny, I'm sure others do not. 

It's usually funny when deviantART meets SomethingAwful.

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September 28, 2011, 02:16:56 PM
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I am interested in getting Quickbooks to share inventory, be used as a payment gateway etc with Ubercart in Drupal 6.x. There is already a Quickbooks API and UC_QB module so it may just be an issue of upgrading it to drupal 6. If anyone knows about these modules or are familiar with this situation please feel free to contribute. I am taking quotes @ trimpton @ gmail.com

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Christian

http://www.ubercart.org/forum/bounties/7434/looking_get_quickbooks_integrated_uc_drupal_6

And from the dump: 46904,upisdown,trimpton@gmail.com,

http://trimpton.livejournal.com/profile
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September 28, 2011, 02:20:08 PM
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COINCIDENCE!

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September 28, 2011, 02:31:04 PM
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I also don't know how to program (not unless you count html/css) so that makes it a rather odd accusation
For a non-programmer you post a few programming questions to ruby on rails lists.


To be fair, ECS30 is more of an introductory course to programming. Their course, focusing primarily on Xcode (Apple; Leopard, iOS). Not many instructors at Davis working with that ya know. Jesse Anzlec there is his lab partner and those HW2-HW5 repositories are their homework. Shame on you for letting Jesse do most of the work... I hear he is an excellent bowler as well. Do you also let him hit all the strikes for you?  Oh, and by the way your 3 bedroom 'apartment' with pool looks awfully comfy at $1800~ a month.

 On your nickserv info and you suggesting that 'he may have been leeching the neighbor's wireless, same ip, blah blah, shared internet'. Sure, if you expect us to believe Mr. Moon was stalking you and parked outside of your place, and only 6 minutes after your last irc login as upisdown, he logged in to the same friggin irc network and created mrmoon. riiighttt... And as soon as you stop assuming your audience here are ignorant we will all move on.

P.S apples suck and so do Iphones with Verizon. Its his Iphone using the 209. addy thru US Colo there btw...
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September 28, 2011, 03:51:11 PM
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http://web.archive.org/web/20031030015434/http://www.opticalflare.com/about.shtml

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Unless C++ is CSS
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September 28, 2011, 04:43:19 PM
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http://web.archive.org/web/20031030015434/http://www.opticalflare.com/about.shtml

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» I started Optical Flare for a place to display my own work, art, programming or whatever else I created and could be displayed to the public. I hope in the Future Optical Flare can move into more professional projects once I become stronger in programming C++ until then it'll just be a place for me to display my stuff and build a community. Enjoy the Services.

Unless C++ is CSS

  You know, at first glance I thought to myself, "There is no way this guy in 2003 is the same guy just because he used 'Trimpton'@opticalflare.com'." And then, as I always do, I spent way too much fuggin time reading the material you post. andddd. Well, turns out your bud from Optical here was about 15/16 years old in 2003, lived in Ventura and had a house with a pool....  Might be worth looking to see if his father owns or owned a mechanics shop under the last name in the area, as he mentioned that as well.

http://web.archive.org/web/20030320203024/http://duckandcover.opticalflare.com/

Creepy as always, thanks. still reading. ;p


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   http://www.sxc.hu/profile/trimpton

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September 28, 2011, 05:44:18 PM
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its far more plausible someone else in Davis knows about bitcoins rather then me being some mastermind computer scammer.

Well, it's likely you aren't a mastermind.  You used the same ip address to post as the only two advocates of moonco.in.  One of which can be easily linked back to who you really are, and often posted promotional material within minutes of the other.  

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=29375.msg388004#msg388004

You want us to believe that the two top promoters of mooncoin, an unpopular exchange for an obscure currency happen to have the same ip address (1 in 4 billion chance), but don't know each other?
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September 28, 2011, 05:46:05 PM
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Hey, whatever happened to the double major in computer science?

I wasn't able to accomplish that goal, my adviser told me it would be impossible. I was allowed to take a programming class but any more would have put me over the credit limit. Its something I like but not very good at, like music. I'm a transfer student so it is already difficult enough for me to make the adjustment.

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You say you don't know how to program but your github account links to a C++ project that lists you as a contributor.

I took an intro computer programming class, I don't think that qualifies as being a skillful programmer. I know enough to appreciate the difficulty and tediousness of programming. I don't really enjoy it, that is why I got into Biology.


I asked a very basic questions on a rails mailing list, reviewing the content of the questions displays my lack of lack of knowledge on the subject.

As a user of Moonco.in, shouldn't you also be upset that Mr Moon is AWOL?

I was also a promoter of Betcoin and other Bitcoin sites trying to get others to use them so I would have more people to play poker against. I'm upset the site went down but it also didn't seem very professional near the end, I did not many Bitcoin on the site. I'm more upset I'm being unfairly accused of stealing Bitcoin and as result being harassed and having threats made against me and my family.


At 16 I did believe I knew C++, but I was also naive. And you are too if you think you can garner truth out of a high school student trying to impress people on his blog.

I don't think it is fair I'm being made the fall guy here and people are attacking me without evidence. No one is trying to determine if I'm actually associated with the site, I'm just assumed guilty because we had the same IP address at different times despite having different IP addresses while be online at the same time.

Also, I never seen Battlestar Gallactica so I have no idea where that came from. This poorly done investigation and vigilante justice is not the right way to handle things.
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September 28, 2011, 06:00:42 PM
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You guys are really stretching to make me the martyr here. 

Nobody is stretching anything.  The group of people who used Mooncoin and Solidcoin was very small.  The group of people who actively participated in promoting mooncoin like you did, included only 2 people.  Two people who often posted within minutes of each other.  In the same style.  From the same ip.  It's not a stretch at all.  Actually, it's a stretch to believe otherwise.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=29375.msg388004#msg388004
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September 28, 2011, 06:08:45 PM
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Nobody is stretching anything.  The group of people who used Mooncoin and Solidcoin was very small.  The group of people who actively participated in promoting mooncoin like you did, included only 2 people.  Two people who often posted within minutes of each other.  In the same style.  From the same ip.  It's not a stretch at all.  Actually, it's a stretch to believe otherwise.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=29375.msg388004#msg388004

There were many more then two people posting about Mooncoin, I found out about it through reddit and was encouraging others to use it so I would have people to play poker with. I used Mooncoin before Solidcoin existed. You are selectively ignoring all the other posts to satisfy your confirmation bias.

I also promoted for Betcoin when I found out that it was the original, and several other open source Bitcoin projects. I did not invent those either.
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September 28, 2011, 06:45:49 PM
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There were many more then 2 people posting about mooncoin. But I guess its better if you ignore them right?


There's a difference between "posting" and "actively promoting".  You actively promoted the obscure cryptocurrency exchange of a scam artist who shares your ip address.  You might just be terribly unlucky, but I'm sure you can see that it looks bad.

Either way, you're right that the authorities should be contacted.  This is the FBI's website for reporting internet crime.  I'd encourage everyone who lost currency on Moonco.in to use it.  The longer we wait the less likely we'll be to recover lost funds and catch the scammer.  Don't assume everyone else will report it.

http://www.ic3.gov/complaint/default.aspx
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September 28, 2011, 07:54:11 PM
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You guys are really stretching to make me the martyr here.

I think you meant fall guy.

If this were me that was being accused of anything, I would be screaming from the tallest building that I'm not guilty. I would contact everyone I know, personally, to give them complete details of way what is being said of me is false. I would not take the time to address each point with vague reasons. The way I read it is that something is being hidden. Please prove us wrong, CV.

Bruno

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September 28, 2011, 11:41:10 PM
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If this were me that was being accused of anything, I would be screaming from the tallest building that I'm not guilty. I would contact everyone I know, personally, to give them complete details of way what is being said of me is false. I would not take the time to address each point with vague reasons. The way I read it is that something is being hidden. Please prove us wrong, CV.

Bruno

I didn't realize that's way justice works: guilty until proven innocent. This poorly done investigation and vigilante justice is just resulting in people harassing me and my family and sending us threats of violence despite having no involvement beyond being a user like you. It isn't fair to make me the scapegoat based on flimsy evidence and it is not the appropriate way to handle the situation to resort to vigilantism.

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September 29, 2011, 12:30:41 AM
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Simply put, you guys can all go fuck yourselves with the way you have been treating me - the fact that you have no real proof I did anything and yet you treat me as if I'm already guilty (and then make the claim I have to prove my innocence). If you have anything to say, bring it to the police, because I don't give a shit anymore, I am done.

Also my school hasn't contacted me, guess they don't give a shit about your flimsy allegations either. Feel free to keep wasting their time though, I am sure your letters will not be ignored.


I doubt the police will get to you before one of the hardcore crazies from these boards does.

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September 29, 2011, 12:53:07 AM
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I doubt the police will get to you before one of the hardcore crazies from these boards does.

Carl Schroeder, please stop with the threats of violence. If you really think I'm involved bring your evidence to the police and let the justice system decide. They will do what everyone here failed to do and talk to my professor I did field research with and confirm I have no involvement.

At this point I hope the police come because I haven't committed a crime, beyond playing poker with everyone here for Bitcoin.
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September 29, 2011, 02:26:51 AM
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I doubt the police will get to you before one of the hardcore crazies from these boards does.

Carl Schroeder, I hope that wasn't a threat of violence (I'd watch what I say because you guys are just as easily to lookup).


I haven't defrauded anyone out of any money or services, so I can't imagine why anyone would wish me harm.  Also, I have been using this handle continuously since Doom II was released. It is the opposite of an anonymous one.  I have neither sought nor needed any sort of anonymity to protect myself as a member of the internet community. Finally, I have never executed a single line of code from Solidcoin, nor did I ever use your exchange, so I was never harmed by any of your activities.

I find it mildly amusing that you bothered to look me up on google, but not read my post history on these boards.  Roll Eyes

At this point I hope the police come because I haven't committed a crime and it would be easy for me to prove it (considering I have been doing a field internship most of the summer).

But if any of the crazies from the board want to continue harass me (continuing to believe I'm guilty without any evidence), I guarantee I will go to the police.

That was my point. Given the sort of people who were devout supporters of Solidcoin, and the fact that they were defrauded out of thousands of dollars, you should probably call the police and explain the situation to them. Rapidly.

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September 29, 2011, 02:51:11 AM
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Well bitcoin just lost another merchant, who has a great sells reputation. And I'm not going to take the time to try to set you straight (already tried that), I'm going to stop accepting bitcoins and not look back.

Great sells reputation? Yet someone on bitcoin otc says you scammed them? Or is that just another magical coincidence of someone trying to frame you using your known aliases?

http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=upisdown&sign=ANY&type=RECV

Also my school hasn't contacted me

They will, you've defrauded over $20000 USD from people around the world. That's a big step from your first fraud you've committed, what's next for you? There's enough evidence here to start a proper investigation, and it will start with your friends and family who may have also been in on this scam with you. You shut down your google+ and facebook accounts to hide but you've made too many mistakes.

Here is a cached version of your google+ account you deleted, still linked on Robbie Miller's page
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:cEl6XaqeaYkJ:labs.mirror.me/googleplus/106162443326279040431+%22alex+dunn%22+christian+verdun+google%2B&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=au&client=firefox-a

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