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September 27, 2011, 10:29:51 PM
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1.5 BTC? Why that's a pathetic amount of money to bid on a domain! Insultingly low! A man of integrity and with true intentions to build a venture should be willing to bid more than 10, or 20, or more! I would myself, if I so cared. And in truth, when an entrepreneurial opportunity comes up, I frequently salivate at the thought of it, itching to contain myself. There really is nothing more satisfying that hard work to the accomplishment of industry. However, there is only such honor and satisfaction in proper business, and gambling is no proper business, so far as I'm concerned. Best of luck to whomever undertakes this venture with the integrity it deserves, and bully for your effort, but I must draw myself out of it.
Well I would bid more but I can't so I won't. I bid what I can spend. You would too.


Then I would urge the current owner of playcasinobtc.com to reconsider selling the domain to someone who cannot pay what it is worth. I advise him or her to wait for a serious offer from someone with serious capital. After all, if you cannot even afford to present an offer that admits the current owner some modicum of dignity, how do you hope to afford the considerable expenses of beginning a successful business? And of all businesses, a casino?

Original poster, hold out for a better offer. Some worthier entrepreneur with real ambition will offer well for your domain.

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September 27, 2011, 10:34:26 PM
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no one's offered higher then 1.5btc, let's see if anyone does, shall we?
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September 27, 2011, 10:37:27 PM
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After all, if you cannot even afford to present an offer that admits the current owner some modicum of dignity, how do you hope to afford the considerable expenses of beginning a successful business?

Did you by any chance read the thread about logansryche's miserable failure at running a trading card store, which involved the only sale he ever made going south because he didn't actually have the merchandise, and he didn't have enough cash on hand to process a refund (which would have been about $10)?
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September 27, 2011, 10:42:12 PM
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Did you by any chance read the thread about logansryche's miserable failure at running a trading card store, which involved the only sale he ever made going south because he didn't actually have the merchandise, and he didn't have enough cash on hand to process a refund (which would have been about $10)?

That's not technically true... guy down in texas did actually buy a bulbasaur off me because he wanted to introduce his cousin into pokemon. He bought off me for a dollar and that included shipping. What got me in so much trouble was those damn gift cards. Live and learn,right? Not bring up past and smudge it in my face infront of everyone.
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September 27, 2011, 10:59:17 PM
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That's not technically true... guy down in texas did actually buy a bulbasaur off me because he wanted to introduce his cousin into pokemon.

I stand corrected... your second transaction.  Good to hear.

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Live and learn,right? Not bring up past and smudge it in my face infront of everyone.

Well, if you want the truth, I think it's kind of important for anyone considering whether to frequent your online casino to know the history.  I certainly wouldn't trust you to pay out any winnings after that sad showing in the other thread.
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September 27, 2011, 11:12:34 PM
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Well, if you want the truth, I think it's kind of important for anyone considering whether to frequent your online casino to know the history.  I certainly wouldn't trust you to pay out any winnings after that sad showing in the other thread.

Well seeing how the system would be automated...
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September 27, 2011, 11:58:41 PM
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Well seeing how the system would be automated...

...it would automatically send the "sorry, we don't have enough money to pay out your winnings" messages?
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September 28, 2011, 12:01:40 AM
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thanks for again taking my words out of context.
Lets say you walk up to a slot machine and hit the jackpot.
Instead of myself or one of the staff manually paying you, an automated system would automatically pay you.
I'm surprised you didn't use common sense instead of poking at me.
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September 28, 2011, 12:13:51 AM
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thanks for again taking my words out of context.
Lets say you walk up to a slot machine and hit the jackpot.
Instead of myself or one of the staff manually paying you, an automated system would automatically pay you.
I'm surprised you didn't use common sense instead of poking at me.

I don't think you understand.

You have made it clear many times that you have access to very little money if any. Let us say that the very first person who plays at your casino wins a 50BTC jackpot. How are you going to pay them? Where will the funds come from?
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September 28, 2011, 12:20:25 AM
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I don't think you understand.
You have made it clear many times that you have access to very little money if any. Let us say that the very first person who plays at your casino wins a 50BTC jackpot. How are you going to pay them? Where will the funds come from?
Well seeing how the system would be set up very much how the marketplace idea I had was, paying folks won't be a problem.
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September 28, 2011, 12:47:17 AM
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I don't think you understand.
You have made it clear many times that you have access to very little money if any. Let us say that the very first person who plays at your casino wins a 50BTC jackpot. How are you going to pay them? Where will the funds come from?
Well seeing how the system would be set up very much how the marketplace idea I had was, paying folks won't be a problem.
Pyramid schemes are illegal

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September 28, 2011, 12:54:34 AM
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Well seeing how the system would be set up very much how the marketplace idea I had was, paying folks won't be a problem.

I don't understand how this has anything to do with answering the point I made. Please explain more about this marketplace idea, and how successful was it?

Also, have you looked into your state gambling laws, and if so, will you be complying with them?
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September 28, 2011, 12:55:33 AM
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I don't think you understand.
You have made it clear many times that you have access to very little money if any. Let us say that the very first person who plays at your casino wins a 50BTC jackpot. How are you going to pay them? Where will the funds come from?
Well seeing how the system would be set up very much how the marketplace idea I had was, paying folks won't be a problem.
Pyramid schemes are illegal

As is running an online casino in the US.  Cheesy
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September 28, 2011, 01:03:43 AM
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Pyramid schemes are illegal

Oh look who decides to show his face after being silent for a whole week.
Fine. I'll back off. There, I'm done.
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September 28, 2011, 01:04:11 AM
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I don't think you understand.
You have made it clear many times that you have access to very little money if any. Let us say that the very first person who plays at your casino wins a 50BTC jackpot. How are you going to pay them? Where will the funds come from?
Well seeing how the system would be set up very much how the marketplace idea I had was, paying folks won't be a problem.

This man does not understand how capital, cash flow and reserves work.  PUT HIM IN CHARGE OF A CASINO.

I for one love to play at casinos where winning a hand of blackjack gets me a post-it with IOU $15 scribbled on it.

Do you know what it's like to be built this way?
With only the power to push others away?
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September 28, 2011, 01:10:43 AM
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This man does not understand how capital, cash flow and reserves work.  PUT HIM IN CHARGE OF A CASINO.

I for one love to play at casinos where winning a hand of blackjack gets me a post-it with IOU $15 scribbled on it.
You apparently lack reading skills or you would have read I backed off.
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September 28, 2011, 01:37:58 AM
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Pyramid schemes are illegal

Oh look who decides to show his face after being silent for a whole week.
Fine. I'll back off. There, I'm done.
You ignored four of my PMs.

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September 28, 2011, 03:00:45 AM
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]You ignored four of my PMs.
You mean the ones I never got? Not my fault.
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September 28, 2011, 03:09:02 AM
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]You ignored four of my PMs.
You mean the ones I never got? Not my fault.

Logansryche antagonizing people and more not my fault isn't going to earn you any respect i'd suggest you withdraw your offers and let this thread continue on without you.
The rest of you this is a sale thread allow it to return to it's relevant topic you can verbally abuse people in the off topic section all you want.
anything not related to this,
I was originally gonna develop a casino. Got too lazy to.

domain's up for sale to the highest bidder.

Should be ignored. By my account the current high bid is .3BTC by terrytibbs all following bids were in response to logansryche

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September 28, 2011, 03:11:02 AM
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]You ignored four of my PMs.
You mean the ones I never got? Not my fault.

Logansryche antagonizing people and more not my fault isn't going to earn you any respect i'd suggest you withdraw your offers and let this thread continue on without you.
The rest of you this is a sale thread allow it to return to it's relevant topic you can verbally abuse people in the off topic section all you want.
anything not related to this,
I was originally gonna develop a casino. Got too lazy to.

domain's up for sale to the highest bidder.

Should be ignored. By my account the current high bid is .3BTC by terrytibbs all following bids were in response to logansryche

Actually if you read a few posts up, I did.
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