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October 17, 2011, 03:08:51 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?

I once read that it's 21.4 years, which isn't to bad.


Ha. Well, I need some youth in my blood especially with what I am working on.

What specifically are you working on?

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October 17, 2011, 03:09:32 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?
Same as you. Late high schoolish.
I don't know what gave you that impression. I finished my time long ago.

What are your thoughts on slaves, a person's value to society, and rough sex?
Interesting.

I don't prefer slavery but coercion is inevitable. I accept it as human nature. As for value: I value a lot of people. I don't know what else to say to that. As for sex, it gets boring after awhile.

"Dare to liberate your mind, from all things, old and new."
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October 17, 2011, 03:15:14 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?

I once read that it's 21.4 years, which isn't to bad.


Ha. Well, I need some youth in my blood especially with what I am working on.

What specifically are you working on?
I'll give you a backstory:

A couple years back I began to get severe arithritis in my hip and it limited what I usually did. My grandson let me sit in on his gaming and I gradually began to play myself; eventually I got myself setup with a PC. I used to be a horse trader back in the day and I like how in Team Fortress 2 you can trade the items and commodities you earn.

I am about to add some technologies I've been experimenting with to the TF2 trading system and make things a little easier for people who make money with this gig, through Bitcoins.

In the end, I'm glad I'm seeing the world change from the inside-out and that I'm now able to do my part.

"Dare to liberate your mind, from all things, old and new."
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October 17, 2011, 03:16:11 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?
Same as you. Late high schoolish.
I don't know what gave you that impression. I finished my time long ago.

What are your thoughts on slaves, a person's value to society, and rough sex?
Interesting.

I don't prefer slavery but coercion is inevitable. I accept it as human nature. As for value: I value a lot of people. I don't know what else to say to that. As for sex, it gets boring after awhile.

Sex was boring for me too, until I watched this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RQ-S0_h29k and got one of these:



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October 17, 2011, 03:18:45 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?

I once read that it's 21.4 years, which isn't to bad.


Ha. Well, I need some youth in my blood especially with what I am working on.

What specifically are you working on?
I'll give you a backstory:

A couple years back I began to get severe arithritis in my hip and it limited what I usually did. My grandson let me sit in on his gaming and I gradually began to play myself; eventually I got myself setup with a PC. I used to be a horse trader back in the day and I liked how in Team Fortress 2 you can trade the items and commodities you earn.

I am about to add some technologies I've been experimenting with to the TF2 trading system and make things a little easier for people who make money with this gig; through Bitcoins.

In the end, I'm glad I'm seeing the world change from the inside-out and now that I'm able to do my part.

That's...that's...that's such a beautiful story, man.
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October 17, 2011, 03:21:26 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?

I once read that it's 21.4 years, which isn't to bad.


Ha. Well, I need some youth in my blood especially with what I am working on.

What specifically are you working on?
I'll give you a backstory:

A couple years back I began to get severe arithritis in my hip and it limited what I usually did. My grandson let me sit in on his gaming and I gradually began to play myself; eventually I got myself setup with a PC. I used to be a horse trader back in the day and I liked how in Team Fortress 2 you can trade the items and commodities you earn.

I am about to add some technologies I've been experimenting with to the TF2 trading system and make things a little easier for people who make money with this gig; through Bitcoins.

In the end, I'm glad I'm seeing the world change from the inside-out and now that I'm able to do my part.

That's...that's...that's such a beautiful story, man.


It's just me keeping my mind active. I could of easily chosen to be idle for the rest of my days.

Don't ever retire.

"Dare to liberate your mind, from all things, old and new."
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October 17, 2011, 03:24:25 AM
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What is the average age on this forum?

I once read that it's 21.4 years, which isn't to bad.


Ha. Well, I need some youth in my blood especially with what I am working on.

What specifically are you working on?
I'll give you a backstory:

A couple years back I began to get severe arithritis in my hip and it limited what I usually did. My grandson let me sit in on his gaming and I gradually began to play myself; eventually I got myself setup with a PC. I used to be a horse trader back in the day and I liked how in Team Fortress 2 you can trade the items and commodities you earn.

I am about to add some technologies I've been experimenting with to the TF2 trading system and make things a little easier for people who make money with this gig; through Bitcoins.

In the end, I'm glad I'm seeing the world change from the inside-out and now that I'm able to do my part.

That's...that's...that's such a beautiful story, man.


It's just me keeping my mind active. I could of easily chosen to be idle for the rest of my days.

Don't ever retire.

What state do you live in? I'm in Sandwich, Illinois.

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October 17, 2011, 03:27:01 AM
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I like to be private. However, I will say I enjoyed my recent trip to Illinois. That's a grand state you live in.

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October 17, 2011, 03:32:50 AM
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I am about to add some technologies I've been experimenting with to the TF2 trading system and make things a little easier for people who make money with this gig, through Bitcoins.

Good luck, I think people have looked into similar things https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=23516.0
Does anybody know who this guy is? For some reason I can't message him.

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October 17, 2011, 03:34:06 AM
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Does anybody know who this guy is? For some reason I can't message him.

It is he who is known as I am.  Or just Atlas.  He had a huge SomethingAwful following https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48257.0

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October 17, 2011, 03:36:50 AM
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Does anybody know who this guy is? For some reason I can't message him.

It is he who is known as I am.  Or just Atlas.  He had a huge SomethingAwful following https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48257.0
Had? Where did he go? Is this the same Atlas who stole a dollar and some change?

"Dare to liberate your mind, from all things, old and new."
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