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January 06, 2012, 04:53:05 AM
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When is CES this year, and is it in Las Vegas?



Jan 10-13 and yes, still in Las Vegas Cheesy

Las Vegas, how appropriate... gamblers and hookers.
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January 06, 2012, 05:00:56 AM
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It's not so much an issue of responsibilities, it's more an issue of constant extremely bad luck, combined with a few poor choices.  I have my fair share of responsibilities.  Honestly I don't have it all that bad:  food, running water, roof, people that love me.  I'm good.

I can respect that. Do you think you would have speculated more at present if you didn't have those same responsibilities, however?

I'm not sure I understand your question here, but I'll answer it as if I understood it as if you replaced the words "would have speculated" with "will speculate":
Yes, actually!  I wanted to spend tonight with my gf but I told her I couldn't cause BTC prices are moving too much XD
She knows it's in her best interest too.  :-)

lol...I meant that responsibilities can demand your attention when you would rather be speculating. GF knowing its in her best interests = win, but would you have speculated the same amount before you had met her?
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