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August 27, 2011, 08:24:07 PM
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Everyone should move all SERIOUS discussion of Bitcoin to TweetForum, bastion of valid discussions

... and censorship. After all, what is an open source project without some proper censorship eh!? Cheesy
What does a forum dedicated to an open source project have to do with censorship? Open source is only.. open source... conservapedia?

I'm not against you in the argument, i guess this forum needs a small cleanup but nothing extreme.

However this is totally the wrong thread for this discussion (and should probably be cleaned away).

I think you missed some of Flip's comments on how he wanted to ban everyone from this forum who doesn't agree with him.  That's how he does it  on Tweetforum too, which is why it has such a low user and postcount. That is what I was referring to.
We have only been open for 3 short months and already have 2700+ members. And thousands of hits every month. We are also working on a whole new custom-made platform that will more closely align TF with my original vision. So it's only going to get better and better  Smiley.

I haven't actually had the pleasure to ban anyone like you, because the TweetForum community seems to be a relaxed and friendly one.

People who seek to divide and conquer aren't welcome

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August 27, 2011, 08:34:51 PM
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Relaxed and friendly?  There is no community, and hardly nobody posts there except you and your bots. 

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August 27, 2011, 08:38:03 PM
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Relaxed and friendly?  There is no community, and hardly nobody posts there except you and your bots. 

"And what exactly do you think will cause this huge demand for bitcoins in the next 4 months? As for my prediction, Bitcoins will continue to sputter along, slowly dropping in price, maybe stabilizing at ~4-5 dollars by being bought out by naive nerds who think they are "getting in early". "


Your intentions are very clear Gerken. Go play elsewhere.

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August 27, 2011, 08:43:06 PM
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I cannot believe this thread.
Where talking about the Bitcoin conference here not about Tweetforum, Somethingafwfull, flippro his age or whatever.
I am amazed about the fact mods still didn't do anything to get this thread straighted out.

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August 27, 2011, 08:59:41 PM
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Relaxed and friendly?  There is no community, and hardly nobody posts there except you and your bots. 

"And what exactly do you think will cause this huge demand for bitcoins in the next 4 months? As for my prediction, Bitcoins will continue to sputter along, slowly dropping in price, maybe stabilizing at ~4-5 dollars by being bought out by naive nerds who think they are "getting in early". "


Your intentions are very clear Gerken. Go play elsewhere.

Oh right, no answer so just handwave it all away. 

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August 28, 2011, 07:18:19 AM
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People aren't wearing enough hats, and humans have a tendency to get easily distracted.

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August 28, 2011, 10:59:59 AM
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We have only been open for 3 short months and already have 2700+ members. And thousands of hits every month.

None of whom are actually posting. That could be because you've already revoked all their posting rights, because you already preemptively banned them or because there's simply nothing interesting there to post about, but it makes boasting about your forum look very silly indeed.

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August 29, 2011, 03:11:54 PM
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The_Duke, don't you see this is just a teenager craving for respect and authority?
Don't feed the troll.
You avoided my question nice dodge.
The reason why you avoided my question is because you have NOTHING to show to the Bitcoin community.
NOTHING other than your troll posts contributing to the total pollution in this forum.  
Done feeding you to.

At least I am not doing double play and getting caught red handed bitching about BitcoinTalk.org on competing forums

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Hi I am FlipPro , President of TweetForum, and an enthusiast of all Bitcoin related technology's. I have now bought some SolidCoins and pointed my miners toward the SC network, and the excitement has been overwhelming. I see a bright future for all Bitcoin related technology's, and Solidcoin just proves how powerful open-source projects can be. Solidcoin has an intelligent design that is adaptive, demanding, and fast, which is just what we crave for in the 21'st century. The frequent difficulty adjustments is probably one of the greatest features of Solidcoin and will prove to be superior to the current format we have now with original client.

I hope there will be much more order in this forum than we are seeing at BTCTALK, and I hope obvious obstructionists are put in their place. Hope to have many great discussions with all of you!

I feel almost sad for you.
I wish you the best with your new adoptive community.
I am sure they will acclaim the budding despot in you and let you become their Dear Leader.
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August 29, 2011, 03:17:36 PM
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What really goes down in Pattaya:
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August 31, 2011, 07:08:12 PM
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it's weird to me that it sounds more like a sales pitch for a motivational speaker conference than an open source con/camp.

eh, whatever, maybe just personal tastes. Hope that lots of productive meetups and codesprints occur!

No, it's not weird at all. No offense to Mr. Wagner, I'm sure he really believes in the Bitcoin idea, but after I watched some of his videos on YouTube I got a similar impression. It made me question that I had an interest in the same thing this guy seemed to be trying to sell so hard. He comes off like a confidence man. The vibe I get from him is that if he were trying to convince me to enter into business with him or conduct a transaction with him, I would not trust him and would spend the entire conversation trying to figure out how he was trying to con me.

These first impressions are usually right.
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August 31, 2011, 07:14:46 PM
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I lol'd TYVM  Grin

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