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March 06, 2012, 06:10:38 AM
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If you could walk up to his front door in Russia right now what would you do to him (other than calling him a bunch of bad things).

Ask him if he has stairs in his house.

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March 06, 2012, 06:16:53 AM
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Now your talkin.
I was of course referring to the terrible secret of outer space.


Everyone knows exactly where Bruce is but no one said a negative word to him at the OWS events he attended. At least not that I read.

Anything done right now would be considered harassment. Wait till either one steals from us (if they'd ever be so dumb).

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March 06, 2012, 06:38:25 AM
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March 06, 2012, 06:41:20 AM
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March 06, 2012, 08:49:42 AM
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Looks like we have a quantum human: http://osdir.com/ml/nycresistormicrocontrollers/2011-04/msg00125.html

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Only 9 miles from Uncle jack's Restaurant.
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March 06, 2012, 09:08:26 AM
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March 06, 2012, 04:34:55 PM
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http://forum.fxopen.com/showthread.php?60327-I-have-the-Golden-EA.



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Obviously a spammer/scammer. Thread closed


Compare the above with this found as one of Maria posts: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=41793.msg550239#msg550239

Confirmed: Leo Alfredo and Maria are one and the same.
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March 06, 2012, 05:01:10 PM
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March 07, 2012, 01:38:39 PM
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Anyone advocating that a business be allowed to operate anonymously is advocating fraud.
Mr. Wright, have you been going for too long without your meds?

You pulled out that entire "coins went to HIS ACCOUNT" comedy act as if anyone can actually ascertain who controls a random bitcoin address. I thought it was pretty funny in the other thread. Now you repeat it as an established fact, which it neither is nor could it be. For all I know that address is yours, not his, you surely blather too much about the matter to not have any direct interest in it. But fine, whatever, just another 3k a year forum poster without anything better to do with his time, each forum has at least one.

The last quote is outright idiotic. A company is a person, just like overexcitable drama queens are persons. There's no difference between the two, never was in centuries of history. There's not going to be invented one to satisfy your delusions of self importance.

Enough of this already, seriously.

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March 07, 2012, 03:17:05 PM
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Poe's Law in full force here Grin "Anyone advocating that a business be allowed to operate anonymously is advocating fraud."


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March 07, 2012, 04:24:17 PM
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Anyone advocating that a business be allowed to operate anonymously is advocating fraud.
Mr. Wright, have you been going for too long without your meds?

You pulled out that entire "coins went to HIS ACCOUNT" comedy act as if anyone can actually ascertain who controls a random bitcoin address. I thought it was pretty funny in the other thread. Now you repeat it as an established fact, which it neither is nor could it be. For all I know that address is yours, not his, you surely blather too much about the matter to not have any direct interest in it. But fine, whatever, just another 3k a year forum poster without anything better to do with his time, each forum has at least one.

The last quote is outright idiotic. A company is a person, just like overexcitable drama queens are persons. There's no difference between the two, never was in centuries of history. There's not going to be invented one to satisfy your delusions of self importance.

Enough of this already, seriously.

With all due respect, MPOE-PR, although I agree with your post whole-heartedly, I echo Matthews concerns in regard to this issue. The gentleman claimed to be named Leo, but has now been proven that he's has also gone by the name Alfredo. At least Bruce didn't change his name as he went from one business concern to another. IMHO, this simply fact alone doesn't pass my olfactory test. At one point, Alfredo claimed he was in Russia when he clearly was located in the US.

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March 07, 2012, 05:25:02 PM
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The gentleman claimed to be named Leo, but has now been proven that he's has also gone by the name Alfredo.
Don't get me wrong, I am not for a second even suggesting the coinexchange guy is anything but dubious. He seems indeed beyond dubious to me and I'd never consider touching his thing with a ten foot pole. However, let's not start fighting crazy with crazy just yet.

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March 07, 2012, 05:58:48 PM
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I've lost track of the names I use while doing business on the internet:(

Some here on the forum are Jared, Goat, Fussy Prick, Chaang Noi...

No one is saying that coinexchanger is not a loser/fail boat.. but claiming crazy shit is not cool either.

We just want some evidence before crazy claims are made. It now seems coinx was just trolling and many people fell for it. I do however hope we are proved wrong...

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The gentleman claimed to be named Leo, but has now been proven that he's has also gone by the name Alfredo.
Don't get me wrong, I am not for a second even suggesting the coinexchange guy is anything but dubious. He seems indeed beyond dubious to me and I'd never consider touching his thing with a ten foot pole. However, let's not start fighting crazy with crazy just yet.

Thank you, Goat and MPOE-PR. Points well taken. Will abide.

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March 08, 2012, 02:51:35 PM
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Uncle Jacks location has more than one floor. It's possible to be a correct address but lacking the suite/apt address (2B or 3A).

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The gentleman claimed to be named Leo, but has now been proven that he's has also gone by the name Alfredo.
Leo may have been an attempt to link the term Law Enforcement Officer with the name.

Don't get me wrong, I am not for a second even suggesting the coinexchange guy is anything but dubious. He seems indeed beyond dubious to me and I'd  consider touching his pole. However, let's not start fighting crazy with crazy just yet.
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March 08, 2012, 06:29:34 PM
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Tsk tsk, misquoting people are we?

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March 15, 2012, 06:42:28 PM
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I believe a legitimate business can be anonymous and long as they identify themselves, something similar to how bitcoin itself works, what I mean by this is that an anonymous business  for example could have a pgp or gpg public key for identity, you have no idea who they are but nevertheless they can identify themselves, then if the business is corrupt people will know and the business will not last, if they are honest they will survive the test of time.

In the case of an exchange it can certainly be anonymous, with a gpg or pgp key they can identify themselves, and as long as people use it like an exchange and not like a bank the risk will be low, and lower as time increases.
The mistake a lot of us make it to use exchanges like banks and keep money at the exchanges, that in general is a bad idea, but if the exchange is only use to exchange money and has sound business practices it should be ok.

Let say an exchange is anonymous and it has been on the market for 1 month it is clearly a risk, but lets say an exchange has been around 5 years, it is still a risk however the risk in the later case is much smaller, with any currency there is always a risk, even banks backed by the government can be risky at times.

I guess the price an anonymous exchange would have to pay to be trustworthy is time, and as time increases and keeps a good track record its trustworthiness increased.

If a legitimate business whats to be anonymous and it is willing to identify itself using public key cryptography I see no problems with that, however if they are not willing to identify themselves that is a different story.

Unlike most people believe, being anonymous and provide identity can go together, they are not opposite terms.
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March 15, 2012, 06:44:37 PM
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I believe a legitimate business can be anonymous and long as they identify themselves, something similar to how bitcoin itself works, what I mean by this is that an anonymous business  for example could have a pgp or gpg public key for identity, you have no idea who they are but nevertheless they can identify themselves, then if the business is corrupt people will know and the business will not last, if they are honest they will survive the test of time.

I didn't read the rest of your statements because the first one doesn't pass the smell test.

Basically you're saying that you believe it's okay for someone to scam.

Did you know you can go create another random PGP key and continue scamming as another business 5 minutes after being caught for scamming with your first business?

Yea, that's what I thought.

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Did you know you can go create another LLC and continue after going bankrupt with your previous one? That's what I thought.

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March 15, 2012, 07:41:45 PM
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Did you know you can go create another LLC and continue after going bankrupt with your previous one? That's what I thought.

DId you know that LLC's don't protect you from the FBI when you're opening up LLC's for the specific purpose to scam people? That's what I thought.

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March 15, 2012, 08:35:07 PM
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http://chesstweets.com/games/307.

Let's see how badly we've been pawned.
The black pawn on g seems to be on its way but beforehand a bit slaughtering has to take place: Qc4+, d5, Qxd5+, Qxd5+, Nxd5, Kxd5 ... looks jolly good for white now in my eyes. Instead of Qxd5+ the move Qh4 looks nice as well.

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g4 in opening looks strange to me, Qc3 was even worse. But on the long run white recovered pretty well.

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