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February 23, 2012, 11:28:23 PM
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As for Atlas saying we have bad customer service I would disagree. We have been following standard business practices that a 17 year old wouldn't understand since they have never held a real job.

I am proud to never have held a job. I don't need the parent/child relationship of an employer. In fact, I consider myself self-employed. I don't like to disclose this but my savings are quite significant and continue to be funded from various sources -- including Bitcoin. I will continue to refuse to work for anyone especially with my current situation.

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PS. He still has sent nothing to the email address except just the receiving address. Not even a reply after all this mess in the forum. I . Business matters need to be dealt with through the proper channels and not on the forum.

This is called bureaucracy. There is no such thing as "business etiquette". In the private sector, it's whatever satisfies the customer and makes profit. If your pedantic procedures are working for you, so be it.

However, I think everyone will agree that refusing to send money to Goat's address despite not following your bureaucratic procedures is senseless.

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February 23, 2012, 11:30:28 PM
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Your mommy feeds you money, so you don't need to work? Sounds legit.

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February 24, 2012, 02:14:23 AM
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This is called bureaucracy. There is no such thing as "business etiquette". In the private sector, it's whatever satisfies the customer and makes profit. If your pedantic procedures are working for you, so be it.

BitTalk Media is not private, it's a company. If they gave him a refund by his sloppy terms, they could be sued for the refund twice-over in court for not providing the correct documentation to prove the refund was given in the first place.

You hate laws. Good for you. You love business. Good for you. Start realizing that one always affects the other.
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February 24, 2012, 02:21:04 AM
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This is called bureaucracy. There is no such thing as "business etiquette". In the private sector, it's whatever satisfies the customer and makes profit. If your pedantic procedures are working for you, so be it.

BitTalk Media is not private, it's a company. If they gave him a refund by his sloppy terms, they could be sued for the refund twice-over in court for not providing the correct documentation to prove the refund was given in the first place.

You hate laws. Good for you. You love business. Good for you. Start realizing that one always affects the other.

Doesn't the blockchain provide that documentation?

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February 24, 2012, 02:41:45 AM
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This is called bureaucracy. There is no such thing as "business etiquette". In the private sector, it's whatever satisfies the customer and makes profit. If your pedantic procedures are working for you, so be it.

BitTalk Media is not private, it's a company. If they gave him a refund by his sloppy terms, they could be sued for the refund twice-over in court for not providing the correct documentation to prove the refund was given in the first place.

You hate laws. Good for you. You love business. Good for you. Start realizing that one always affects the other.

Doesn't the blockchain provide that documentation?

That's pretty naive to think the blockchain "would suffice" in a court of law with centuries of proven methods of contract law. The blockchain provides proof for hardcore bitcoiners, that's about it.
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February 24, 2012, 02:47:09 AM
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I'll just note I was recently surprised by how fantastic customer service by someone involved with BTC Mag was. I made a comment in a thread about magazine subscriptions, someone thought to send me a PM asking me about my address to ensure the magazine'd go to where I am instead of where I was.

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February 24, 2012, 02:48:43 AM
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I'll just note I was recently surprised by how fantastic customer service by someone involved with BTC Mag was. I made a comment in a thread about magazine subscriptions, someone thought to send me a PM asking me about my address to ensure the magazine'd go to where I am instead of where I was.

I'll note too that that's pretty easy to do when there is not a legally binding refund for both private and professional work being negotiated. heh.
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February 25, 2012, 12:14:14 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat.. 

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

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February 25, 2012, 12:41:12 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat..  

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

Work is just doing something that is valued. I am doing just that.

Sweat may or may not be a byproduct. In the end, all that matters is if people desire the products of your labor and what they are individually willing to pay.

The Communists say, equal labour entitles man to equal enjoyment. No, equal labour does not entitle you to it, but equal enjoyment alone entitles you to equal enjoyment. Enjoy, then you are entitled to enjoyment. But, if you have laboured and let the enjoyment be taken from you, then – ‘it serves you right.’ If you take the enjoyment, it is your right.
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February 25, 2012, 12:44:31 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat..  

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

Work is just doing something that is valued. I am doing just that.

Sweat may or may not be a byproduct. In the end, all that matters is if people desire it or not.
Have to agree with that.  Some people manage to live their entire life without working for another person (and also without living off the government or anyone else).
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February 25, 2012, 01:15:11 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat..  

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

Work is just doing something that is valued. I am doing just that.

Sweat may or may not be a byproduct. In the end, all that matters is if people desire it or not.
Have to agree with that.  Some people manage to live their entire life without working for another person (and also without living off the government or anyone else).

Like he has ever worked a real days wage in his life, he has no idea the worth of work, because he has all he needs supplied to him by whatever means, parents, gov. ect.  He "works" for extra play money at the arcade that mommy wont supply him



Atlas..

There will be a day when you look back at the constant spoiled rotten, Im better than everyone attitude you spew, and be utterly ashamed of how young, immature, spoiled brat you are/were.

You have so much growing up to do, you will find yourself in public spewing your so called knowledge, and someone will literally beat the shit out of you for hearing the insulting thoughts of yours.

Until then, you will never grow up, it will take a shit kicking for you to realize how pompous you are.


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February 25, 2012, 01:15:21 AM
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I think a bitcoin magazine is an essential requirement for us to continue to grow as a community.

Take a look at my  machine learning/economics/engineering blog!
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February 25, 2012, 01:30:09 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat..  

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

Work is just doing something that is valued. I am doing just that.

Sweat may or may not be a byproduct. In the end, all that matters is if people desire it or not.
Have to agree with that.  Some people manage to live their entire life without working for another person (and also without living off the government or anyone else).

Like he has ever worked a real days wage in his life, he has no idea the worth of work, because he has all he needs supplied to him by whatever means, parents, gov. ect.  He "works" for extra play money at the arcade that mommy wont supply him



Atlas..

There will be a day when you look back at the constant spoiled rotten, Im better than everyone attitude you spew, and be utterly ashamed of how young, immature, spoiled brat you are/were.

You have so much growing up to do, you will find yourself in public spewing your so called knowledge, and someone will literally beat the shit out of you for hearing the insulting thoughts of yours.

Until then, you will never grow up, it will take a shit kicking for you to realize how pompous you are.



Heh. I have never thought I'm better than anyone. I am just content.

Anyways, I'm off to go squirrel hunting.

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February 25, 2012, 01:35:37 AM
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Atlas, you are a spoiled brat..  

Saying that stuff out loud is nothing to be proud of.

People do not grow up until they find themselves working for a living, not sponging off their parents stupidity/love

Work is just doing something that is valued. I am doing just that.

Sweat may or may not be a byproduct. In the end, all that matters is if people desire it or not.
Have to agree with that.  Some people manage to live their entire life without working for another person (and also without living off the government or anyone else).

Like he has ever worked a real days wage in his life, he has no idea the worth of work, because he has all he needs supplied to him by whatever means, parents, gov. ect.  He "works" for extra play money at the arcade that mommy wont supply him



Atlas..

There will be a day when you look back at the constant spoiled rotten, Im better than everyone attitude you spew, and be utterly ashamed of how young, immature, spoiled brat you are/were.

You have so much growing up to do, you will find yourself in public spewing your so called knowledge, and someone will literally beat the shit out of you for hearing the insulting thoughts of yours.

Until then, you will never grow up, it will take a shit kicking for you to realize how pompous you are.



Heh. I have never thought I'm better than anyone. I am just content.

Anyways, I'm off to go squirrel hunting.

Squirrels are a major problem in Texas: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/huntwild/hunt/season/squirrel/


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February 25, 2012, 01:53:03 AM
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These are Canadian squirrels, they are vicious beasts they are nearly everywhere like squirrels and chipmunks in the US.

In my car, garbage, front porch, mailbox, library ... ect.

Something needs to be done, wish they had a program like that, here..

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These are Canadian squirrels, they are vicious beasts they are nearly everywhere like squirrels and chipmunks in the US.

In my car, garbage, front porch, mailbox, library ... ect.

Something needs to be done, wish they had a program like that, here..

You think you have it bad. Here in Illinois, you don't hunt squirrels, they...


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February 25, 2012, 02:07:52 AM
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whatever.. we got them up here predicting (weather) early springs...

Childs play..


next...

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February 25, 2012, 02:15:35 AM
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whatever.. we got them up here predicting (weather) early springs...

Childs play..

next...

Well, you stole the damn idea from US!


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February 25, 2012, 02:26:49 AM
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potatoe, potato..


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February 25, 2012, 02:59:33 PM
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Cute girls with their alpaca on covers of magazines will become the next-big-thing.


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