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July 05, 2014, 04:36:21 PM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?

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July 05, 2014, 04:46:38 PM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?
Ignoring the fact that you also spelled Bitcoin with a demeaning lower case 'b', which would excuse my assumption that you wrote Time that way only because you were a fan of e e cummings, aren't you bothered by the fact that 'Satoshi Nakamoto' is an anagram of 'Satan has oskimoto', even though we don't know what 'oskimoto' could mean?

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July 05, 2014, 08:34:05 PM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?
Ignoring the fact that you also spelled Bitcoin with a demeaning lower case 'b', which would excuse my assumption that you wrote Time that way only because you were a fan of e e cummings, aren't you bothered by the fact that 'Satoshi Nakamoto' is an anagram of 'Satan has oskimoto', even though we don't know what 'oskimoto' could mean?

There are a great many things unknown that one may think about, but once one does, does that not at once make them known about, therefore allowing us to find the meaning thereof?

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July 05, 2014, 09:42:33 PM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?
Ignoring the fact that you also spelled Bitcoin with a demeaning lower case 'b', which would excuse my assumption that you wrote Time that way only because you were a fan of e e cummings, aren't you bothered by the fact that 'Satoshi Nakamoto' is an anagram of 'Satan has oskimoto', even though we don't know what 'oskimoto' could mean?

There are a great many things unknown that one may think about, but once one does, does that not at once make them known about, therefore allowing us to find the meaning thereof?

What did I just read?
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July 06, 2014, 12:52:59 AM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?
Ignoring the fact that you also spelled Bitcoin with a demeaning lower case 'b', which would excuse my assumption that you wrote Time that way only because you were a fan of e e cummings, aren't you bothered by the fact that 'Satoshi Nakamoto' is an anagram of 'Satan has oskimoto', even though we don't know what 'oskimoto' could mean?

There are a great many things unknown that one may think about, but once one does, does that not at once make them known about, therefore allowing us to find the meaning thereof?

What did I just read?

Do you not see, I was paraphrasing Einstein when he said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge"?

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July 06, 2014, 02:32:26 AM
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Do you not see, I was paraphrasing Einstein when he said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge"?

You must know his quotes rather well. Do you know where Einstein was born?
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July 06, 2014, 02:33:17 AM
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I think it just happened but how long will it continue to happen?

Until the end of time or until the end of bitcoin?
Magazines like Time won't last a century, while a religion may last for millennia; could bitcoin be a religion?

I spelled time with a small t meaning for time as the time we measure with calendars,watches etc.

not Time, bitcoin is a religion

we worship the mighty Satoshi so he does not smite us with his mighty smite

You my Bitcoin-san, do you believe in our lord and saviour the Satoshi?
Ignoring the fact that you also spelled Bitcoin with a demeaning lower case 'b', which would excuse my assumption that you wrote Time that way only because you were a fan of e e cummings, aren't you bothered by the fact that 'Satoshi Nakamoto' is an anagram of 'Satan has oskimoto', even though we don't know what 'oskimoto' could mean?

There are a great many things unknown that one may think about, but once one does, does that not at once make them known about, therefore allowing us to find the meaning thereof?

What did I just read?

Do you not see, I was paraphrasing Einstein when he said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge"?
Is that a question?

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July 06, 2014, 02:35:52 AM
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Is that a question?

It's a formal question. Just a simple way to stir up conversation, right?
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July 06, 2014, 02:39:45 AM
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Is that a question?

It's a formal question. Just a simple way to stir up conversation, right?
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Are you meant to give a formal answer?

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July 06, 2014, 02:41:39 AM
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Are you meant to give a formal answer?

According to Wikipedia, He was born on 14 March 1879 in Ulm, Kingdom of Württemberg,German Empire. That was quite a long time ago, don't you think?
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July 06, 2014, 03:52:29 AM
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That was quite a long time ago, don't you think?
Why do people say "long time ago", and not "broad time ago" or "deep time ago"?

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July 06, 2014, 04:46:52 AM
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That was quite a long time ago, don't you think?
Why do people say "long time ago", and not "broad time ago" or "deep time ago"?

Why does it matter now that the phrase has been established?
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July 06, 2014, 05:14:51 AM
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Why does it matter now that the phrase has been established?

While I agree, should we never correct ourselves?
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July 06, 2014, 05:20:11 AM
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Why does it matter now that the phrase has been established?

While I agree, should we never correct ourselves?
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could you stop being difficult?
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July 06, 2014, 05:21:23 AM
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could you stop being difficult?

This thread is intended for difficulties. Questioning everything becomes difficult Tongue. However, out of interest, how am I being difficult?
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July 06, 2014, 10:50:50 AM
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could you stop being difficult?

This thread is intended for difficulties. Questioning everything becomes difficult Tongue. However, out of interest, how am I being difficult?
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perhaps we need to math, but we meth so we can't math, can we?

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July 06, 2014, 11:02:34 AM
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perhaps we need to math, but we meth so we can't math, can we?
Wasn't that myth debunked long ago, and is now a moth moot point?

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July 06, 2014, 11:35:16 AM
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perhaps we need to math, but we meth so we can't math, can we?
Wasn't that myth debunked long ago, and is now a moth moot point?

I'm not sure, it's only logical..

mythbusters or it didn't happen lol

Can you provide proof?

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July 06, 2014, 11:41:58 AM
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Can you provide proof?
Wouldn't I need a liquor store license for that?

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July 06, 2014, 11:54:58 AM
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only if your proof is pasted on a vodka bottle and I have to pay for the proof

do I need to pay for it and how much are the shipping fees?

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