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March 07, 2012, 09:37:19 PM
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donations are appreciated as always - 1DBQVVzuX7V5yTixnHeZrR78zFGdyPu4zr
A strange phrasing for someone that registered today...

A rephrasing of the first post: "You might not recognize this new account I just made, but if you blindly send me bitcoins, I promise I'll email you a serial number ('legal', just ignore actual software license terms). Any offer is fine (this $700 software serial number doesn't mean much to me). I have a sad story too, with no information to back it up, I hear those motivate people to do things they normally wouldn't." Skepticism is logical.

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March 08, 2012, 04:20:27 AM
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you just gave money in "cash" to a guy you dont know.
Interesting.

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Generousity and kindness.

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