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June 22, 2012, 03:19:16 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

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June 22, 2012, 04:18:35 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

Dear Secret Service Guys,

My name is cbeast. Recently, you folks came to my workplace and interviewed everyone but me, inquiring about one of our beloved co-workers. Is it because you know that I desire to dismantle the global banking cartels via Bitcoin?

Please forward me a copy of my dossier so that I can have the opportunity to correct any errors, for I've read that Bitcoin report put out by the FBI, another US rum-dumb agency.

Sincerely,

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June 22, 2012, 04:32:23 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

Dear Secret Service Guys,

My name is cbeast. Recently, you folks came to my workplace and interviewed everyone but me, inquiring about one of our beloved co-workers. Is it because you know that I desire to dismantle the global banking cartels via Bitcoin?

Please forward me a copy of my dossier so that I can have the opportunity to correct any errors, for I've read that Bitcoin report put out by the FBI, another US rum-dumb agency.

Sincerely,

cbeast

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Note: I didn't say "I" would disrupt anything. I'm just a cheerleader for Bitcoin to do so.

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June 22, 2012, 04:40:12 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

Dear Secret Service Guys,

My name is cbeast. Recently, you folks came to my workplace and interviewed everyone but me, inquiring about one of our beloved co-workers. Is it because you know that I desire to dismantle the global banking cartels via Bitcoin?

Please forward me a copy of my dossier so that I can have the opportunity to correct any errors, for I've read that Bitcoin report put out by the FBI, another US rum-dumb agency.

Sincerely,

cbeast

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Note: I didn't say "I" would disrupt anything. I'm just a cheerleader for Bitcoin to do so.

So, to be clear, cbeast, this is how you would want this "new" position presented in your dossier?

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June 22, 2012, 04:50:06 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

Dear Secret Service Guys,

My name is cbeast. Recently, you folks came to my workplace and interviewed everyone but me, inquiring about one of our beloved co-workers. Is it because you know that I desire to dismantle the global banking cartels via Bitcoin?

Please forward me a copy of my dossier so that I can have the opportunity to correct any errors, for I've read that Bitcoin report put out by the FBI, another US rum-dumb agency.

Sincerely,

cbeast

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Note: I didn't say "I" would disrupt anything. I'm just a cheerleader for Bitcoin to do so.

So, to be clear, cbeast, this is how you would want this "new" position presented in your dossier?

~Agent PG3141592~


lol, yes agent pi

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June 22, 2012, 05:12:13 AM
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This didn't happen today, but I learnt of it today. Awhile back the Secret Service came to my workplace and interviewed everyone in my workgroup except me. In fact, they did it so quietly I didn't even know about it until some people started talking a little about it. Apparently it involved a co-worker that went over the deep-end with political radicalism. Anyway, I just find it funny that the Feds didn't care to talk to a guy that's hoping for Bitcoin to dismantle the global banking cartels. I would love to take a peek at my dossier.

Dear Secret Service Guys,

My name is cbeast. Recently, you folks came to my workplace and interviewed everyone but me, inquiring about one of our beloved co-workers. Is it because you know that I desire to dismantle the global banking cartels via Bitcoin?

Please forward me a copy of my dossier so that I can have the opportunity to correct any errors, for I've read that Bitcoin report put out by the FBI, another US rum-dumb agency.

Sincerely,

cbeast

pg
Note: I didn't say "I" would disrupt anything. I'm just a cheerleader for Bitcoin to do so.

So, to be clear, cbeast, this is how you would want this "new" position presented in your dossier?

~Agent PG3141592~


lol, yes agent pi

 Grin That should teach you to not bring attention to yourself.  Grin

~Bruno~ (I just realized that I could use the pi symbol in place of the letter n in my name--may start doing just that)
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June 22, 2012, 01:28:47 PM
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Grin That should teach you to not bring attention to yourself.  Grin

~Bruno~ (I just realized that I could use the pi symbol in place of the letter n in my name--may start doing just that)

I have a feeling that someone has a dossier on everyone in this forum, even the Secret Service members.  Wink

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June 22, 2012, 05:38:22 PM
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Grin That should teach you to not bring attention to yourself.  Grin

~Bruno~ (I just realized that I could use the pi symbol in place of the letter n in my name--may start doing just that)

I have a feeling that someone has a dossier on everyone in this forum, even the Secret Service members.  Wink

Would you be so kind as to provide me a recent image of yourself so that I can update my files?

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June 22, 2012, 09:22:47 PM
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Grin That should teach you to not bring attention to yourself.  Grin

~Bruno~ (I just realized that I could use the pi symbol in place of the letter n in my name--may start doing just that)

I have a feeling that someone has a dossier on everyone in this forum, even the Secret Service members.  Wink

Would you be so kind as to provide me a recent image of yourself so that I can update my files?

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Sure thing.


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June 22, 2012, 09:25:20 PM
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June 22, 2012, 09:34:14 PM
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Today I learnt how to read.
Tomorrow you learn spelling?

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June 22, 2012, 10:48:40 PM
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Today I've learnt that since June 16, 2011, 03:38:53 PM until today Phinnaeus Gage spent 60 days, 15 hours and 27 minutes in the shitter while trolling Bitcointalk.org.

The reason why he asked for pictures of organofcorti's fecal matter in this thread is explained.

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June 24, 2012, 12:07:41 PM
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June 24, 2012, 12:08:09 PM
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Today I learnt how to read.
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June 24, 2012, 02:35:36 PM
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Today I've learnt that since June 16, 2011, 03:38:53 PM until today Phinnaeus Gage spent 60 days, 15 hours and 27 minutes in the shitter while trolling Bitcointalk.org.

The reason why he asked for pictures of organofcorti's fecal matter in this thread is explained.

To be honest, 65% (not shitty you!) of the time that I've spent on this forum, I was taking a shit. Even now, I'm on the throne. Note to self: clean bowl.

And I don't need organofcorti's pics when I have Maria's avatar. You were in reference to masturbating, we're you.
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June 24, 2012, 03:02:04 PM
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One Calorie equals thousand calories.

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June 24, 2012, 05:18:04 PM
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And I don't need organofcorti's pics when I have Maria's avatar. You were in reference to masturbating, we're you.


No, I was saying you wanted the pics to inspire you or maybe so you could compare yours with his, not to, oh lord, masturbate looking at them. WTF lol

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June 24, 2012, 05:54:23 PM
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I've learnt that even if you start a brand new Facebook account, from the ads on the right hand side of my new account, I see that they know I graduated in 1978 and even suggest my sister as a friend as well as an uncle I haven't spoken to in a couple decades. Somebody tell me how the hell is that even possible.



For Shizzle? Did you wipe your cookies, (don't forget the flash LSOs).  If so its gotta be from the IP address.  I don't care if i have to live in a world where everyone knows most every thing about me, just as long as EVERYONE in society has to live by the same rule.  Especially the scum bag politicians and corporate executives.

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June 24, 2012, 09:40:28 PM
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Break the cookies in half, the calories fall out. Grin

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June 24, 2012, 11:39:13 PM
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I've learnt that even if you start a brand new Facebook account, from the ads on the right hand side of my new account, I see that they know I graduated in 1978 and even suggest my sister as a friend as well as an uncle I haven't spoken to in a couple decades. Somebody tell me how the hell is that even possible.



For Shizzle? Did you wipe your cookies, (don't forget the flash LSOs).  If so its gotta be from the IP address.  I don't care if i have to live in a world where everyone knows most every thing about me, just as long as EVERYONE in society has to live by the same rule.  Especially the scum bag politicians and corporate executives.

I am very glad to read this - been bitching about the same thing for a while now. It's not about privacy as much as it is about the monopoly on information. That is one of the reasons for me to embrace bitcoin: the ledger is public.

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