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April 07, 2012, 12:33:55 AM
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I'm only going to pen these two words ONCE--2013 Bitcoin Calendar (Oops! Three Words)

I feel you and your team are in best position to pull this off. At a price point of $6.95-$9.95 USD (a guess) each, I pledge an order of 10 calendars. If you and your team are keen on this idea, please start another thread.

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LOL, what would such a calendar have pictures of?  Causicious (however you spell them) coins?

Pictures of Satoshi?!

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April 07, 2012, 12:34:35 AM
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@Matthew

I'm only going to pen these two words ONCE--2013 Bitcoin Calendar (Oops! Three Words)

I feel you and your team are in best position to pull this off. At a price point of $6.95-$9.95 USD (a guess) each, I pledge an order of 10 calendars. If you and your team are keen on this idea, please start another thread.

Sincerely,

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LOL, what would such a calendar have pictures of?  Causicious (however you spell them) coins?

Bitcoin Girls come to mind. That was my unsaid intent.

I was hoping that Matthew takes the incentive and starts a calendar thread so that we, as a community, can hash out the particulars.

One aspect that comes to mind is 12 girls, 12 countries, and 12 sponsors. (I'm assuming all countries have 12 months)

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April 07, 2012, 02:25:09 AM
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Wasn't there just a Korean teen model announced?

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April 07, 2012, 02:28:21 AM
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Wasn't there just a Korean teen model announced?

Hence, part reason for suggesting a calendar. Other part? ---> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=75751.0

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April 09, 2012, 11:23:16 AM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

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April 09, 2012, 12:05:34 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes

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April 09, 2012, 03:54:22 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Your question assumes that I think you are going to publish a magazine. It is therefore flawed.

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April 09, 2012, 03:57:16 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Your question assumes that I think you are going to publish a magazine. It is therefore flawed.

I don't see a refund request from you so apparently you do, and not only do you believe we'll publish it, you agree that it will be extremely valuable both to you personally for collectors value and also to the Bitcoin community as a whole. Thank you for the vote of confidence regardless of what FUD your alter ego/evil twin posts here.

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April 09, 2012, 05:25:25 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Heaven forbid, no! Otherwise...



(hope everybody enjoys the humor, for I put a ton of work into it)

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April 09, 2012, 05:30:01 PM
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Oh god I laughed so hard. Great work Phin.

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April 09, 2012, 05:32:11 PM
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Oh god I laughed so hard. Great work Phin.

I'm so glad you like it, rjk. I'm still laughing, myself, (out loud) since I've posted this and even while replying to your kind words.

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April 09, 2012, 05:39:15 PM
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Oh god I laughed so hard. Great work Phin.

+1  Cheesy

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April 09, 2012, 05:42:08 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Heaven forbid, no! Otherwise...



(hope everybody enjoys the humor, for I put a ton of work into it)

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Oh god I laughed so hard. Great work Phin.

+1  Cheesy

Thank you, paraipan. Your post gave me an excuse to quote myself and have this at the top of a new page.

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April 09, 2012, 05:59:59 PM
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Great work Bruno indeed, can't wait to get this special stoneage collector's edition.  Grin

HOWEVER, black was a bad choice for the "History of Stoned Money" subtitle, it doesn't show well. So we have to send the whole thing back to the drawing board and redo the issue. Probably gonna take a few weeks to fix.  Wink


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April 09, 2012, 06:04:15 PM
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Great work Bruno indeed, can't wait to get this special stoneage collector's edition.  Grin

HOWEVER, black was a bad choice for the "History of Stoned Money" subtitle, it doesn't show well. So we have to send the whole thing back to the drawing board and redo the issue. Probably gonna take a few weeks to fix.  Wink


I'll do that as soon as I finish up the interview with Anonymous.


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April 09, 2012, 06:08:06 PM
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Great work Bruno indeed, can't wait to get this special stoneage collector's edition.  Grin

HOWEVER, black was a bad choice for the "History of Stoned Money" subtitle, it doesn't show well. So we have to send the whole thing back to the drawing board and redo the issue. Probably gonna take a few weeks to fix.  Wink


I'll do that as soon as I finish up the interview with Anonymous.


Terrific! You need to have that announcement on the cover, this interview is an epic mill mile stone!


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April 09, 2012, 06:11:10 PM
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Great work Bruno indeed, can't wait to get this special stoneage collector's edition.  Grin

HOWEVER, black was a bad choice for the "History of Stoned Money" subtitle, it doesn't show well. So we have to send the whole thing back to the drawing board and redo the issue. Probably gonna take a few weeks to fix.  Wink


I'll do that as soon as I finish up the interview with Anonymous.



Funny as hell. It seems my previous kudos was deleted. Bruno, you crack me up.

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April 09, 2012, 06:19:41 PM
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The second issue, June 512, will have an in-depth interview with the RaiGoneWild dolls as seen on rollit.com.



The oncanoe version will feature an exposé of Elato, the island hopper of Yap, spending nothing but Stoned Money during his trek.


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April 09, 2012, 06:45:35 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Your question assumes that I think you are going to publish a magazine. It is therefore flawed.

I don't see a refund request from you so apparently you do, and not only do you believe we'll publish it, you agree that it will be extremely valuable both to you personally for collectors value and also to the Bitcoin community as a whole. Thank you for the vote of confidence regardless of what FUD your alter ego/evil twin posts here.

You're full of yourself.

I would like everyone to pay attention to the arrogance on display here against a paying customer from a leading member of the so far fictitious magazine.

Also: If you think I am using alter egos or have an evil twin, then you are delusional.

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April 09, 2012, 06:49:35 PM
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In other news: The magazine is still not out.

I can't wait to read those half-a-year old articles that I paid for months ago!!! Cheesy

You don't actually think we'd publish the magazine with outdated articles do you?  Roll Eyes


Your question assumes that I think you are going to publish a magazine. It is therefore flawed.

I don't see a refund request from you so apparently you do, and not only do you believe we'll publish it, you agree that it will be extremely valuable both to you personally for collectors value and also to the Bitcoin community as a whole. Thank you for the vote of confidence regardless of what FUD your alter ego/evil twin posts here.

You're full of yourself.

I would like everyone to pay attention to the arrogance on display here against a paying customer from a leading member of the so far fictitious magazine.

You must have the consumerism disease that makes you think that producers don't have opinions. When a customer has a complaint regardless of what business of mine it is with, I always deal with the complaint the best way I know how-- by fixing the problem that caused the complaint in the first place. In this particular situation, the complaining keeps coming but the solution was already given-- "wait for it".

By making the decision to wait, you are telling me that you believe that a product will be delivered. By not asking questions, but rather continuously lying about the product you hypocritically purchased, you're telling me you have no sense. I don't reason with people who have no sense, customer or not. Maybe that's why I'm not the customer accounts manager at Bitcoin Magazine. I recommend contacting them if you want a canned socially correct response to your annoyances.

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