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May 09, 2014, 11:36:54 PM
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All of this bias is disgusting.  Are there no professionals here?
You do realize this is the internet - right?

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May 09, 2014, 11:38:51 PM
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All of this bias is disgusting.  Are there no professionals here?
You do realize this is the internet - right?

Yes.  Doesn't mean you leave your morals at the "Login". 

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May 09, 2014, 11:54:56 PM
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All of this bias is disgusting.  Are there no professionals here?
You do realize this is the internet - right?

Yes.  Doesn't mean you leave your morals at the "Login".  
Morality or professionalism?  I think you are changing the subject.  What about sick sense of humor?  Should we leave that at the door too?  At least one guy laughed:
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May 10, 2014, 12:02:11 AM
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All of this bias is disgusting.  Are there no professionals here?
You do realize this is the internet - right?

Yes.  Doesn't mean you leave your morals at the "Login".  
Morality or professionalism?  I think you are changing the subject.  What about sick sense of humor?  Should we leave that at the door too?  At least one guy laughed:
Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

I'm not sure an exception can be made to all the personal, professional, and legal standards on behalf of a "sick sense of humor".  Look, this is my opinion.  Not an assertion that you should adopt my point of view.  I want Bitcoin to go mainstream.  This kind of stuff is detrimental to the success of anything....except politics.  Definitely an exception for politics.

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May 10, 2014, 12:35:54 AM
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Bobby Lee?
He's Chinese.  Maybe not as bad as a pedophile, but nevertheless pretty bad.  

Look, I am no advocate for the wierdos, but the way I see is we've got a chink, a goxer, a money launderer, and a pedophile.  At least we don't have a jew.  



We do have a lady, but no black gentlemen or Hispanics. Perhaps, the lawyers and VCs on board make up for that lot.
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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bryan-singer-sex-abuse-case-699828

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So far, no witnesses have come forward to corroborate Egan's accusations regarding any of the four. But the idea that underage boys were drugged and raped at the Encino estate, and sometimes threatened with guns by Collins-Rector, is hardly new. Egan was one of several young men to make such allegations in lawsuits filed against Collins-Rector, Shackley and Pierce 14 years ago -- court cases in which the plaintiffs won $4.5 million from Collins-Rector and Shackley by default because the trio had fled the country (Pierce reached a settlement). Egan and other plaintiffs also named several John Does but did not include Singer or the others he now is accusing. His attorney has declined to explain why.

"Brock, Chad and I are leaving the country to Spain because the heat is on. Now, we both know that you're not gay and didn't have sex with any of the hundreds of underage boys at Camp DEN (wink, wink), but you're happy to come along with us and..."

"Already packed and ready to go, guys. I heard there's beautiful girls (wink, wink) in Spain, and I can't think of anybody else to live with besides you two cool dudes. My only regret is that I wish I had more money, having to had to settle outta court a case I could have easily won, but I'm sure between our three heads... why you guys laughing? Outta our three heads, a bigger venture is just around the corner. Who knows? Perhaps, I'll be the lead spokesperson for some virtual currency some day."

"He's right, Marc. There's tons of gold to be had on the internet. We just gotta figure out how to tap into it. Is that your hand or Brock's? Whose ever it is, slow down, for it's long way to Spain."
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May 10, 2014, 01:41:44 AM
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http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/24isvb/bitcoin_foundation_1_or_the_top_3_canidates_in/ch7mfmy

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I had a friend who worked for his last company, Playsino. They worked for months on casino games on the Facebook platform.

Things weren't going well (they failed to ship a product), and Brock kept promising them that investment was coming. Most of them were working for reduced or no salary for weeks, with the promise that they'd be paid when investment finally came in. It didn't, Brock moved on and left a lot of his employees financially screwed.

This guy's just a greedy opportunist. If he senses he can make money from it, he'll drop everything and use his resume/child actor status/PR firm to push his way in. This is why he's trying to lobby the japanese courts to steal people's Bitcoins - he doesn't give a shit about the original owners or the community, he's just in it to make as much money as possible for himself.

There is no way on earth this guy is good for Bitcoin. Please don't vote him into the foundation.

There's more to that Playsino story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

collins-rector...... colons-rectum

sorry i know im in my 30's. but it had to be said


Speaking of butt-hurt, I'm sure a many VC are still wondering when they're going to see a return on Playsino: http://techcrunch.com/2012/04/19/new-funding-in-tow-playsino-places-its-bet-on-social-casino-gaming/

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Under its new moniker, Playsino will look to leverage its traction in the tournaments and virtual rewards space and double down on another emerging vertical: social casino games. Ambitiously, Playsino is setting out to build “the world’s largest social gaming casino platform,” and is naming a new CEO to help lead the way. Brock Pierce, who will be the startup’s CEO, is the managing Director of the Clearstone Global Gaming Fund, and a serial entrepreneur, having founded eight companies and acquired 30 more in various capacities.

Pierce played an early role in the development of virtual goods, founding Internet Gaming Entertainment (IGE) in 2001 and Zam in 2003. In addition to new leadership, Playsino is also announcing today that it has raised $1.5 million in venture capital as part of an ongoing round. The investment was led by IDM Venture Capital, a Singapore-based venture capital firm, Pacific Capital Group, Siemer Ventures, and a number of angel investors, including Jordan Simons of GCP and Wicks Walker of W4 Ventures. Existing investor Tomorrow Ventures also participated in the round.

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March 22, 2013: https://www.facebook.com/PLAYSINO

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Playsino changed their cover photo.
March 22, 2013

Their Twitter account is even lamer: https://twitter.com/Playsino

$1.5M USD for 11 months worth of work. Not a bad gig if you could get it.

Can somebody explain to me again how an accused pedophile wanting to take over Mount Coxs and be an erected board member of The Bitcoin Foundation will advance Bitcoin to the mainstream?
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May 10, 2014, 01:57:54 AM
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^^^http://www.playsino.com/about/

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Judge us by the company we keep!

Our investors are some of the most accomplished names in the world. This is important, because they play on our side of reinventing the Casino. Our investors include: Eric Schmidt (Google), Michael Robertson (MP3.com), Carlos Bhola (Vonage), Kamran Pouzanjani (PriceGrabber), William Quigley (Clearstone Venture Partners), and Jim Armstrong (Clearstone Venture Partners).

I'm pretty sure that William Quigley and Jim Armstrong didn't put in a fuckin' dime.

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Alex Kelly (CEO) joined Playsino in 2013. Alex most recently had commercial responsibility for online and mobile gaming at IGT, the largest producer of gaming machines and content in the world with over 50% market share in terms of US casino floors. At IGT, Alex notably initiated the $500M acquisition of DoubleDown Interactive.

Brock Pierce (Chairman) is a serial entrepreneur and has started multiple successful companies in the online gaming industry. Pierce has raised more than $200M on behalf of his start-ups and led more than 30 acquisitions.

Michael Steuer (CTO) is a digital media veteran with over a decade of product development and executive management experience. Previously, he was VP of Games at Twistbox (Mandalay Media). Steuer also held executive management positions at THQ and Distefora.

Damian Greco (CFO) is seasoned financial executive with previous experience at Citi Group, Zam Network, Oliver Peoples, Smashbox Cosmetics, and Xfire.

After reading the above, now read the following: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/autumn-radtke/6/21/183 (formatted poorly, hence including the link)

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In 2008, Autumn joined the founding team of Geodelic, one of the first companies to provide mobile location based services across IOS and Android. Geodelic went on to raise over $10 million from top tier venture capital funds. Autumn was responsible for global business development, and forged strategic partnerships with T-mobile, Korea Telecom, Dell, Clear Channel and Verizon Wireless. Geodelic's partnership with Verizon Wireless also led to a strategic investment by Verizon Ventures.

Autumn became interested in gaming while working in the mobile space, noting games on mobile devices were out performing every other type of content. In Early 2011 after being spun out of Viacom Autumn assisted the newly independent Xfire in raising capital from prominent angels and Intel Ventures.

In January 2012, at the age of 26 Autumn was recruited by prominent Singapore based investor Douglas Abrams to lead First Meta Exchange an early pioneer in digital banking and virtual currency. Shortly after Autumn joined First Meta the company raised additional funding and continues to innovate in the digital currency and payments sector across south east asia.
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May 10, 2014, 02:18:11 AM
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I think we should pick our fights and the Bitcoin Foundation's fight is Bitcoin. Maybe Brock's name is being unjustly dragged in the mud but unfortunately, it won't matter to journalists who want to damage Bitcoin's image or to Joe Sixpack watching Fox News. Similar to law firms, PR organisations should not be concerned about what's morally "right" or "wrong". The only thing that should matter to them is defending their client (i.e. Bitcoin) in the court of public opinion. Charlie Shrem understood that which is why he resigned shortly after his arrest. It doesn't matter whether the foundation is "right" to support Brock if in the end it fails at its goal of promoting Bitcoin. Therefore, I disagree that the foundation should "stand by Brock's side" like some people here have suggested... let's make a Brock Foundation for that.

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May 10, 2014, 04:16:07 AM
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Well, ain't this special! Due to all the work I put into this Brock Pierce thingie, this is how I'm treated:


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=24792

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Posts constantly in what can only be an attempt to stir up trouble and arguments

Meanwhile, staff by the name of davout of InstaWallet/Bitcoin-Central/Paymium has yet to return my 1,132 BTC of which now resides in one of his bitcoin wallets.

I assume the trouble and arguments I've been attempting to stir up relates to Brock Pierce due to my postings over the course of the past week. Now that he's on The Bitcoin Foundation board, he can push his weight around and dictate what happens on this forum. I'm not versed in how such is accomplished, but I can assume that that assessment is not too far off the mark.

So, one can now get a negative trust rating for the entire world to see on BitcoinTalk for simply expressing opinions and facts.

I demand to know exactly what troubles and arguments I have attempted to spread that warrants me, a trustworthy individual, to receive negative trust from staff.

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I'm probably the only person on this forum that has ever publicly shown their drivers license sans masking the ID number, yet now I'm considered untrustworthy, sans taking one satoshi from anybody, yet dedicating countless hours pursuing scams and the like.

Motherfuckin' madness!
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I just wanted to pop in here to make known my love, admiration and appreciation for Bruno.

"I feel you, bro."

Buy a TREZOR! Premier BTC hardware wallet. If you're reading this, you should probably buy one if you don't already have one. You'll thank me later.
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I just wanted to pop in here to make known my love, admiration and appreciation for Bruno.

"I feel you, bro."

Thanks, bud. BTW, please clarify what you were feeling.  Grin
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http://boingboing.net/2007/11/15/goldfarming-empire-l.html

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Mention DEN, the Digital Entertainment Network, and dot-com historians will know you're talking about the ugliest of the bubble implosions. A forerunner to YouTube, it was brought down by the pedophile appetites of founder Marc Collins-Rector, who had promised to build "the last network," burying TV forever. Its three founders lived in a VC-funded mansion in L.A. where boys -- promised stardom in Web clips -- [filed lawsuits claiming to have been] raped after decadent parties.

What happened after the three founders -- including Disney child star Brock Pierce -- fled the FBI by heading for Spain? An investigative report by Radar Magazine catches up with Marc Collins-Rector, who is walking rakishly free in London...and his protege Brock Pierce, whose giant company IGE -- which buys and sells cash in "World Of Warcraft" and other games -- is winning rave write-ups in Fortune and other magazines. In our long investigation, we discovered strong evidence that Collins-Rector -- who is hiding his money from child abuse victims -- may have helped fund IGE.

Plus you can now watch their hilarious/twisted flagship Web show, "Chad's World," a pedophile fantasy based on the founders' own lives.

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As the lawsuits against the company mounted in early 2000, DEN–in which Pierce held nearly one million shares and Collins-Rector still owned a majority stake–began to hemorrhage money. The planned IPO, which was postponed after the first abuse allegations surfaced, was permanently shelved. A crumbling Nasdaq didn't help the situation. By May 2000, the start-up was bankrupt. Before long, its headquarters were gutted, the expensive computer equipment and office chairs sold off for a fraction of their original cost. Around Hollywood, rumors flew that Collins-Rector, Shackley, and Pierce were about to be arrested on embezzlement and sexual offenses. Before any charges were filed, though, the three men disappeared.
They didn't turn up again until May 2002, when a tip to Interpol led authorities to raid their luxury villa in Marbella, on the Spanish Riviera–an area British tabloids have dubbed the Costa del Crime due to its high population of English-speaking fugitives. Among the items recovered from the residence were guns, machetes, a trove of jewels, and child pornography. Pierce and Shackley were held for about a month by Spanish police and then released.

The prosecution of Collins-Rector also proved difficult. He remained in a Spanish jail for almost two years, fighting extradition, before finally being brought to the United States, where he pled guilty to eight charges of child enticement, a comparably minor offense. He was soon out of prison–receiving credit for the time he'd served in Spain. Since most of his alleged crimes took place at the mansion in Encino, it was up to L.A. County prosecutors to make any further charges stick, but the DA never took steps to do so. (The L.A. County district attorney's office refused to comment about the status of any DEN investigation.) The victims sought justice in the civil courts, however, winning a total of $4.5 million in summary judgments. Except for a small side agreement with Pierce, the award has yet to be paid, lawyers say.

I don't recall a single person getting chastised for sticking it up Bitcoiner's favorite son, Bruce Wagner, ass during the infamous three-pronged attack thread. Is it because Brock Pierce brings more to the Bitcoin table than what Bruce Wagner would have brought, i.e. $$$ (note, fiat notes, not BTC)?

Brock Pierce now sits on the board of The Bitcoin Foundation, and I get my first negative trust rating, all on the same day.

Motherfuckin' madness!
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May 10, 2014, 05:10:00 AM
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Meet the newly elected board member of The Bitcoin Foundation, direct from the guy who now has a negative trust rating due to starting trouble and arguments.

http://web.archive.org/web/20070725185520/http://radaronline.com/from-the-magazine/2007/11/den_chads_world_marc_collins_rector_1.php

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Such brazen behavior wouldn't surprise anyone who knew Collins-Rector back when DEN was riding high. In those heady days before the Internet bust, a Who's Who of gay Hollywood flocked to notorious all-night bashes at the "M&C estate," so named for Marc and his twentysomething cohort Chad Shackley. The pair, who met on an online bulletin board (remember those?) when Shackley was just 15, collaborated on a number of tech start-ups, including an early Internet service provider, Concentric Network Services.

Flush with cash from their successful ventures, Collins-Rector (who had changed his name from the more pedestrian Rector) and his young colleague landed in Encino, California, where they took a special liking to a $4.2 million Spanish colonial McMansion that had previously belonged to Death Row Records rap impresario Suge Knight. Streams and waterfalls traced the carefully manicured 1.5-acre grounds, which housed a tennis court, an enormous gazebo, a swimming pool, aquariums, a home theater, and a hot tub built for 12.

Among their new acquaintances in Los Angeles were such industry heavies as David Geffen, uber-manager Sandy Gallin, then–NBC Entertainment president Garth Ancier, and Usual Suspects director Bryan Singer. It's also where they hatched an audacious plan for a Web-based television venture that was to consign the networks to the dustbin of history. They called it DEN, and staked its business model on "narrowcasting," or marketing to thin demographic segments. An early attempt to capture the online video zeitgeist that eventually blossomed with YouTube, den.net was instead rooted in original programming.

The plan attracted major investments from key players in Hollywood, the tech industry, and Wall Street, ranging from Geffen and Singer to Intel, NBC, and Microsoft. Representative Michael Huffington wrote a check for $5 million after a lavish dinner party at M&C, boasting to a friend that he expected to reap at least a tenfold gain from his investment.

Another regular at the mansion was DEN executive VP Brock Pierce. He was aggressive and self-assured, with blond hair and an insouciant pout. He was also still a teenager—17 years old and coming off a successful career as a child actor, with The Mighty Ducks and First Kid among his credits. According to a DEN board member, Pierce was hired as "the guy who could tell us what Gen Y-ers were likely to think." This talent came in handy not only in targeting the youth demographic, but also in bringing a supply of beautiful young men to the estate, lured with vague promises of fame as the Internet's first TV stars.

BTW, all the above was big news back in the day, and only recently has resurfaced in the mainstream media, sans the Bitcoin connection, notwithstanding the comments therewithin. Brock Pierce was put on my radar via a prominent Bitcoiner who didn't want his name attach to my findings, ergo I now have the pleasure of being an untrustworthy bitcoiner, in spite of never taking one satoshi from a soul, exposing scams, et al. and saving fellow bitcoiners untold amount of money sans any payment for my efforts, nor seeking any, along with personally being ripped off 1,132 BTC by a staff member of BitcoinTalk, namely davout. But, if I had access to tens of millions of dollars to further Bitcoin and fucked underage boys in the ass, I would be the champion.

Utter motherfuckin' madness!
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Show a court order signed by a judge and I'll believe you.  They are easily
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Show a court order signed by a judge and I'll believe you.  They are easily
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Apologies for not understanding your request, but a court order of what, bud?
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Eventually, a number of these acolytes would file lawsuits alleging they were raped and/or sexually abused at M&C by the three cofounders. Their charges are remarkably consistent—all claim they were bullied and drugged to coerce sexual compliance, and in some cases, threatened with loaded guns. When the plaintiffs filed civil suits against Collins-Rector, Shackley, and Pierce, the three suddenly disappeared with what remained of their fortune—turning up two years later living in a villa in Spain. They were arrested by local authorities, who uncovered "an enormous collection of child porn," according to Spanish police reports. In their absence, the plaintiffs were awarded default judgments in the amount of $4.5 million, but have collected only a small fraction of that. And while Collins-Rector is living it up in London—taking his young friends to lunch at Gordon Ramsay's restaurant in Claridge's hotel, according to the Sun—Pierce has recently been lauded yet again as a New Economy genius for his role in a fast-growing Internet venture that's drawn praise from the likes of Fortune and CNN.
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Still, DEN pressed on, shrinking the format and utilizing shots with as little movement as possible. The company built a space-age headquarters in Santa Monica, furnished with $1,800 chairs and a state-of-the-art newsroom that was put to little use. Instead, DEN's founders devoted most of their attention to the network's flagship show, Chad's World, which targeted gay and questioning teen boys. Filmed at the M&C estate, Chad's World was the founders' most personal creative effort. Co-written by Collins-Rector, produced by Pierce, and loosely based on Shackley's life, it featured one of the boys who would later accuse the DEN founders of molestation.

Imagine visiting Mount Coxs and no longer having to sit on blue balls (no pun intended), but comfortably on $1,800 chairs next to the hot tub that seats 20, albeit only 19 if the occupants are clothed.

My little sister moved from Lake Holiday because of the going ons of a registered sex offender neighbor to protect her then 7-year-old son, my nephew. Now, he's being counseled due to communications he had via an X-Box 360 he received for Christmas from a pervert.

My middle sister's 5-year-old grandson was molested by one of his little friend's father last year. Imagine hearing stories of how some strange man put his hand down a 5-year-old's pants from said lad. My sister was crying and shaking as she related the stories to me.

A police officer in Earlville, IL, has a habit of having sexual conversations with underage girls while making his rounds during his early evening shift. I learnt of this last fall from my niece, of which was relaid to her by her friends. The next day I went and spoke with the Chief of Police, making him aware of the going ons. The remedy? The officer in question now works days.

Now, in spite of my best efforts, I get to espouse Bitcoin with an accused pedophile on the board of The Bitcoin Foundation. I'm sure Bitcoin 100 would have no problem whatsoever getting the non-profit http://www.terredeshommes.org/ to start accepting bitcoin donation now that TBF has a person having a background which they despise on its board.

For my reward for bringing the above to everyone's attention, staff of BitcoinTalk awards me a negative trust thingie for echoing a major concern, let alone what's best for Bitcoin. Hell, it wouldn't surprise me the least that talks are underway as to how to ban that crazy fuck - me.
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You can't write comedy this good it must be lived!

Why is Bitcoin such a scumbag magnet?

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pedo = bad for Bitcoin. Cry

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