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April 25, 2012, 10:16:39 PM
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1kg of cocaine on the street is much more than $15k.

False.

Fuck.  I cannot refute your inescapable logic.  I am forced to agree.

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April 25, 2012, 11:30:23 PM
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The low end dealer is selling for 120/g which he bought for 80/g from a guy who bought for 40/g from a guy who bought for 25/g from a guy who bought a key for 15/g. please keep in mind that each guy cut it 20%(rough guess).

Thank you captain obvious Smiley I was, however responding to this quote:

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1 Kilo of cocaine street price: $15,000

By 'street', I assume he didnt mean El Chapo's driveway, nor the streets of Kunduz, Afghanistan Wink

I initially said that you can get a kilo for 15k, which if you are in a distribution city like Atlanta or Albuquerque finding a key for 15,000 wouldn't be all that difficult. I just graduated from school in arizona and an acquaintance paid for most of his college by selling blow. He bought a 1/2 key for $9500. There are significant discounts if you buy in bulk.
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April 27, 2012, 04:48:27 PM
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just a Ponzi ... I can not find a better comment .. sadly....

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April 28, 2012, 12:18:39 AM
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just a Ponzi ... I can not find a better comment .. sadly....

Excellent contribution. Well reasoned, convincing, and blunt. I defer to your superior powers of argument and will be withdrawing all my coins tomorrow.
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April 28, 2012, 12:44:35 AM
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I will tell you what I do know. Anyone with 5K BTC or more that wanted to invest with Pirate would know who he was, where he was, how his model works

And yet Ive not seen anyone claim to know that. Have you? I dont mean anyone spilling the beans, but just saying he knows the answers and therefore decided to invest. All Ive seen is people guessing and/or not caring and just relying on his trackrecord.

Most people with lots of money tend to be discreet about it.

I know who he is.  It wasn't hard to find out.  But as copumpkin notes, discretion.
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April 28, 2012, 09:10:59 AM
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I will tell you what I do know. Anyone with 5K BTC or more that wanted to invest with Pirate would know who he was, where he was, how his model works

And yet Ive not seen anyone claim to know that. Have you? I dont mean anyone spilling the beans, but just saying he knows the answers and therefore decided to invest. All Ive seen is people guessing and/or not caring and just relying on his trackrecord.

Most people with lots of money tend to be discreet about it.

I know who he is.  It wasn't hard to find out.  But as copumpkin notes, discretion.

what does it help if he "looses" his wallet?

also with everybody on this forum pumping their coins into this lending bubble through various channels like a big funnel he will soon be able to buy an island in the Caribbean an hide away forever.


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April 28, 2012, 09:24:51 AM
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also with everybody on this forum pumping their coins into this lending bubble through various channels like a big funnel he will soon be able to buy an island in the Caribbean an hide away forever.

How do you know we are not already on the island with him......
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April 28, 2012, 07:48:35 PM
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also with everybody on this forum pumping their coins into this lending bubble through various channels like a big funnel he will soon be able to buy an island in the Caribbean an hide away forever.

How do you know we are not already on the island with him......

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July 30, 2012, 04:26:18 AM
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Most people with lots of money tend to be discreet about it.

Discreet!?! Pffftttt......

I have 200k bitcoins! Suck on that egg.  Wink


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July 30, 2012, 05:07:10 AM
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I read this and even if it sounds like its oversimplified... here goes.


Satoshi either created a monster or he created the duck that lays the golden eggs.


But... if you notice, that in every group there is one person that ruins it for everyone.


Most of us here believe like a "duck" group, but if the Pirate ruins it for everyone, the early adopters of BTC still came out ahead.
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