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March 17, 2011, 09:28:37 PM
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Bitter tea are you ignorant or what ??
What I posted wasn';t clear ??

If its not on topic
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STOP POSTING CRAP


bobR are you ignorant or what ??
What Bitter tea posted wasn';t clear ??

If its not on topic
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STOP POSTING CRAP

(I have to work on my self control)
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March 17, 2011, 09:30:39 PM
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Bitter tea are you ignorant or what ??
What I posted wasn';t clear ??

If its not on topic
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STOP POSTING CRAP
Any other orders you wish to give us, oh wise and benevolent ruler?

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March 17, 2011, 09:37:08 PM
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I agree they are the new kids on the block
but their attitude SUCKS
That's holding them back as much as anything
Not everyone is as savvy as they are
but insulting, Threatening & not answering quickly Huh?  Don't gain users

I'll stick with them for a while even with the abuse I've gotten
now that they got things as they are I can see of their few workers
only 10% are doing anything
if that increases dramatically toward the end of a round as it did last time
I'll have to think again

bobr, actually WE are increasing the difficulty in mining.

Its very easy, if there is only 10 people & 100 plates of food.
But its very DIFFICULT, if there is only 100 plates of food, but 10000 people trying to get it.

Bitcoinpool.com is a very new pool miner & only few people mine there. I mine there every day to get some bitcoins & give some support.
I feel, they are some what unlucky for not getting many users to mine in their pool.
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March 17, 2011, 09:40:45 PM
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now that they got things as they are I can see of their few workers
only 10% are doing anything
if that increases dramatically toward the end of a round as it did last time
I'll have to think again
Someone should come up with a way to stop that happening...

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