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October 13, 2011, 03:48:27 PM
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That address is famous for having a ridiculous amount of businesses located there. There is even a show or short piece on it on TV.
He most likely got roped into a do it all service online like Matt Wright said.


I having a hard time figuring out who the "He" is.

It looks like others got "roped" into using the same address: http://www.google.com/search?gcx=c&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=%222710+thomes+avenue%22+%22Pavlo+Lazarenko%22

Damn! His name is off by one letter, otherwise I would have linked Pavlov's dog into the mix. Sorry, Bierka.

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October 13, 2011, 04:55:40 PM
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i've always thought you were a little bit of a kook but this one is good. 

anyone who intentionally seeks out a such a shady entity is trying to hide something. 

Morning, cypherdoc. I'm withholding a response to your comment, for I'm not sure if it's directed towards me or at the post immediately above it. Please clarify if you desire a comeback from me.

Bruno

its a compliment.  the rib is for the MyBitcoin identity thread chase you put up during the summer. Wink
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October 13, 2011, 04:58:38 PM
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have we not learned that when there's smoke there's usually fire?
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October 13, 2011, 05:05:29 PM
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I likes cheese!   Kiss

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October 13, 2011, 06:14:48 PM
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have we not learned that when there's smoke there's usually fire?

Well then, please don't bogart all that smoke. Fire it back up and pass it around.

http://coinabul.com/index.php/terms-of-service

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Conditions of Use  By using the Coinabul website or any other service provided by Coinabul, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

http://www.goldeneaglecoin.com/Display/Conditions_of_Use

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By using the Golden Eagle Coins website or any other service provided by Golden Eagle Coins, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

...and new on the list:

http://www.fortknoxmetals.com/pages/Conditions-of-Use.html

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By using the Fort Knox Metals website or any other service provided by Fort Knox Metals, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

The rest of the body content of all three sites reads virtually the same--mostly only the company names have changed.

Now, refresh my memory. What happened to that last exchange that used C&P in place of copywriting?

For those reading this while driving, here's the link to the NPR audio on 2710 Thomes Avenue: http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=137573513&m=137579324

A very interesting segment, I may add.

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October 13, 2011, 06:44:15 PM
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@Phinnaeus Gage

I might be interested in buying one of your custom leather wallets, but first I'd like to know your full name, address, phone number, criminal background check, social security number, employment history, credit report, medical records, fingerprints, DNA sample and stool sample    Tongue
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October 13, 2011, 06:53:42 PM
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I might be interested in a stool sample    Tongue

fixed it for you.. And, make sure its fresh, damnit!  Tongue

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October 13, 2011, 07:15:27 PM
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@Phinnaeus Gage

I might be interested in buying one of your custom leather wallets, but first I'd like to know your full name, address, phone number, criminal background check, social security number, employment history, credit report, medical records, fingerprints, DNA sample and stool sample    Tongue

Any particular reason you opted to want to know more about me or my brother-in-law that does the leather tooling of which he did three seats for Steven Tyler's motorcycles?

Like I've stated before, I'm pretty easy to find here in Sandwich, Illinois. Come on down and enjoy a cup of coffee with me. I will give you everything you request, but I somehow think you're not in the market for any product I have to offer--barn wood by me or tooled leather by Martin.

Therefore, let's get back on point. You, JohnnyCashout, came here specifically to post your remark toward me, caring less about how this thread may or may not effect the Bitcoin community. What gives? Thank you for joining the choir, but I feel you're singing off key.

I started this thread to help the Bitcoin community as a whole, and not trying to add some type of feather to my hat. If I'm off base, kindly show me where I err.

In light of what I've already introduced concerning Coinabul, do you (members here) feel comfortable conducting future business with them?

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October 13, 2011, 07:54:10 PM
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Any particular reason you opted to want to know more about me or my brother-in-law that does the leather tooling of which he did three seats for Steven Tyler's motorcycles?



I met his daughter while working out at the Space Center. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Along with Bruce Willis (dude came off as an a-hole btw) ;p

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October 14, 2011, 12:13:20 AM
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Who, here, echo the sentiment that this is a mute issue? Go on record with a post to this thread voicing your opinion.
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October 14, 2011, 12:26:41 AM
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I'll be posting an interview with Coinabul's founder Jay Shore today on BitTalk.tv. If you're interested, watch the interview and see if it helps answer any questions.

Please don't turn all Bruce on us.

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Who, here, echo the sentiment that this is a mute issue? Go on record with a post to this thread voicing your opinion.

I don't think that using a generic registration address is damning in and of itself.  It's actually pretty common in a lot of places for businesses to use the addresses of their accountants or lawyers as their "formal" address, especially if they don't have actual offices.  There are also lots of businesses which sell shelf (and sometimes shell) companies and sometimes the details don't get changed when they are sold.

This one is probably a "wait and see" - it's not like there's any kind of urgency for people to use new services the minute they open for business.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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October 14, 2011, 12:48:14 AM
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I'll be posting an interview with Coinabul's founder Jay Shore today on BitTalk.tv. If you're interested, watch the interview and see if it helps answer any questions.

Please don't turn all Bruce on us.


Have no fear, I don't drink the cool-aid.



if you haven't interviewed him yet, ask him about the address and why he chose it.
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October 14, 2011, 12:54:07 AM
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The formation that is going on with Coinabul, CryptoXChange, and BitcoinMedia does not sit well for some reason. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48055.msg573519#msg573519 ?

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October 14, 2011, 12:57:05 AM
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I'll be posting an interview with Coinabul's founder Jay Shore today on BitTalk.tv. If you're interested, watch the interview and see if it helps answer any questions.

Please don't turn all Bruce on us.


Have no fear, I don't drink the cool-aid.


if you haven't interviewed him yet, ask him about the address and why he chose it.

That's good for starters. Then asked why he changed it directly after it was brought to his attention by me.

Then ask about the Copy & Paste issue and if there's a direct relationship between Coinabul and these two companies:

http://coinabul.com/index.php/terms-of-service

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Conditions of Use  By using the Coinabul website or any other service provided by Coinabul, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

http://www.goldeneaglecoin.com/Display/Conditions_of_Use

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By using the Golden Eagle Coins website or any other service provided by Golden Eagle Coins, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

http://www.fortknoxmetals.com/pages/Conditions-of-Use.html

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By using the Fort Knox Metals website or any other service provided by Fort Knox Metals, you implicitly agree to the following Conditions of Use.

The rest of the body content of all three sites reads virtually the same--mostly only the company names have changed.

And, if the owner of Coinabul is named Jay, ask him if his dad owns one of the above companies.

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October 14, 2011, 01:14:16 AM
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The formation that is going on with Coinabul, CryptoXChange, and BitcoinMedia does not sit well for some reason. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48055.msg573519#msg573519 ?

One of us has the horse, while the other has the cart, BP. Fortunately, there's plenty of thunder to share. I'm just binding my time to spring the trap, wanting first to see who's on what side of this issue. The names involved may come as a shocker to most here. Just dig a tad deeper, BP, and let me know when you reach your OMG moment.

I'm looking forward to this interview. I'm guessing that the prominent questions weren't asked, although both parties knew of them two days ago. This is going to be so fuckin' interesting.

Bruno

PS: I hate MF liars. I don't tolerate it from any of my family members, and I'm sure the hell won't accept it from the overall public.
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October 14, 2011, 01:52:54 AM
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Well, you earned it Phin. Wear it proudly!



Wink

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October 14, 2011, 02:22:53 AM
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Btw I am only pissing on you on that one thread only. I've always enjoyed your posts ^^

LOL No worries Wink And thanks Smiley

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October 14, 2011, 02:26:56 AM
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Either I'm the dumbest guy in the room, or I'm the dumbest guy in the room. What the fuck did I just win? Seriously, what did I miss? Is there another thread I need to visit to see what the hell just happened. I was only gone 30-45 minutes, came back, refreshed this page, and WHAM BAM (SHANG-A-LANG) there's not one, but two Silver Bitcoin badges staring back at me.

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October 14, 2011, 02:28:41 AM
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What the fuck did I just win?

A Silver badge with a Bitcoin?  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

In case you think I'm making fun of you, I'm not. It's just that your Detective skills got so much better since that other thread that you gotta have a badge, Bitcoin Detective Phin Wink

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October 14, 2011, 02:52:11 AM
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What the fuck did I just win?

A Silver badge with a Bitcoin?  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

In case you think I'm making fun of you, I'm not. It's just that your Detective skills got so much better since that other thread that you gotta have a badge, Bitcoin Detective Phin Wink

In that case there'll now be no need for me to show you'll how I connected Freddie Mercury with Povlov's Dog own by Povlo from the Ukraine who had a shell company listed at the 2710 Thomes Ave. address.



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