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August 09, 2012, 12:52:27 PM
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He didn't reply to my previous question I noticed.

His angle of attack is changing now. Next he'll play the sympathy card.


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August 09, 2012, 01:14:31 PM
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This thread is going on for 2 months, has 100+ posts and we still don't have a clue about any alleged business idea.

Isn't it unbelievable how this bozo manages to steal so much time from a lot of intelligent people? We could have used that time to do so many useful things instead. I know you don't have to read this thread, and I sure as hell shouldn't, but it just fascinates me. Please go on.
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August 09, 2012, 02:15:17 PM
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This has been a hilarious read, but I do want that 20 minutes of my life back now pleas.

I will pay 8.5 BTC to anyone who can give me that 20 minutes of life back and 0.1% of my sole in return.
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August 09, 2012, 02:25:39 PM
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This has been a hilarious read, but I do want that 20 minutes of my life back now pleas.

I will pay 8.5 BTC to anyone who can give me that 20 minutes of life back and 0.1% of my sole in return.

I will invest 8.5 BTC in trying to give you your life back if you invest 8.5 BTC in my business project.

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August 09, 2012, 02:32:59 PM
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This has been a hilarious read, but I do want that 20 minutes of my life back now pleas.

I will pay 8.5 BTC to anyone who can give me that 20 minutes of life back and 0.1% of my sole in return.

I will invest 8.5 BTC in trying to give you your life back if you invest 8.5 BTC in my business project.

So the net result of this transaction is Zero bitcoins? Do I still get 0.1% of your business for 0.1% of my soul? if so I will trade 10% of my soul for the full 10% of your "business" that you are offering please.
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August 09, 2012, 02:42:07 PM
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Well I'm at work, texting from my phone when boss isn't looking so just some light entertainment to get me through my shift.

'sron', 10 out of 10 for persistent. 0 out of 10 for brains.

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August 09, 2012, 04:48:29 PM
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I will offer you 8.5 pesos in BTC for a 90% share Smiley
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August 09, 2012, 05:28:42 PM
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I will offer you 8.5 pesos in BTC for a 90% share Smiley

Sorry you've been disqualified from entry. Your opportunity to become a multi-millionaire has vaporized. Bad luck.

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August 09, 2012, 06:11:44 PM
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ahhh, but I wanted to send him 0.00671 BTC for 90%... 8.5 pesos Smiley
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August 09, 2012, 06:49:05 PM
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Now, I don't want you lot to get jealous. But 'sron' told me I was due a multi-million dollar inheritance from my long lost wealthy great uncle in Nigeria, I didn't know I had.

I sent 'sron' the 10000btc he needed for legal costs today and told me my millions should be in my account tomorrow. I'm so lucky 'sron' found me, such an honest guy.

Now what shall I choose. Ferrari or Lamborghini tomorrow?

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August 09, 2012, 07:04:33 PM
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I do not have a lot of money so I can only invest a little every now and then.

But I have invested most of my life as an adult into trying to build a network of developers and entrepreneurs and making research about the web and IT industry, with the purpose of creating a platform for rapid and agile launches and coordination of software projects.

if you have invested most of your life...and you have very little money (your words) then why should we trust you with our money?
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August 09, 2012, 07:29:26 PM
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His so called 'network of developers' is actually a network of 419 scammers.

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August 10, 2012, 12:46:24 AM
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sron jokes aside. If you are going to ask people to invest you need to be fully transparent on exactly what it is you are offering and how it works (in full detail). You need a business plan, projected earnings, a registered company and proper legally binding contract for investors and yourself to sign. You reek of scam or al least inexperience and no body in their right mind is going to give you a cent until all or at least most of those factors are in place. I am guessing you are quite young or at least very inexperienced in these thing and your ambition is admirable, but until you have fully thought through all these factors I would hold off on looking for investors. Good luck mate. Scam or no scam 10 points for persistence
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August 10, 2012, 09:21:09 AM
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sron jokes aside. If you are going to ask people to invest you need to be fully transparent on exactly what it is you are offering and how it works (in full detail). You need a business plan, projected earnings, a registered company and proper legally binding contract for investors and yourself to sign. You reek of scam or al least inexperience and no body in their right mind is going to give you a cent until all or at least most of those factors are in place. I am guessing you are quite young or at least very inexperienced in these thing and your ambition is admirable, but until you have fully thought through all these factors I would hold off on looking for investors. Good luck mate. Scam or no scam 10 points for persistence

The bitcoin community operates by its own rules. This is not a normal business environment and normal business rules and norms do not apply. If the governments eventually crack down on this community, the registered users will go first. Stay anonymous as long as you can.

You reek of sweat, dude. But 10 points for trying to communicate properly.

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August 10, 2012, 09:23:10 AM
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I do not have a lot of money so I can only invest a little every now and then.

But I have invested most of my life as an adult into trying to build a network of developers and entrepreneurs and making research about the web and IT industry, with the purpose of creating a platform for rapid and agile launches and coordination of software projects.

if you have invested most of your life...and you have very little money (your words) then why should we trust you with our money?

Because sometimes hard work pays off.

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August 10, 2012, 09:34:29 AM
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You reek of sweat, dude. But 10 points for trying to communicate properly.

Do I detect the penny has finally dropped for our little scam friend? Now he's starting to get all offensive towards us.

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August 10, 2012, 09:39:27 AM
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The bitcoin community operates by its own rules. This is not a normal business environment and normal business rules and norms do not apply.

Translated: I'm annoyed because my usual avenues for scamming people aren't working here.

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August 10, 2012, 09:39:55 AM
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I do not have a lot of money so I can only invest a little every now and then.

But I have invested most of my life as an adult into trying to build a network of developers and entrepreneurs and making research about the web and IT industry, with the purpose of creating a platform for rapid and agile launches and coordination of software projects.

if you have invested most of your life...and you have very little money (your words) then why should we trust you with our money?

Because sometimes hard work pays off.


Yet you still havent raised any of the  8.5btc in months ?

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August 10, 2012, 09:47:52 AM
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why would you ask for a 8.5 btc investment? Just put a show on your head and ask for a loan.... some people would give away 8 btc for a laugh Tongue
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August 10, 2012, 01:19:47 PM
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I do not have a lot of money so I can only invest a little every now and then.

But I have invested most of my life as an adult into trying to build a network of developers and entrepreneurs and making research about the web and IT industry, with the purpose of creating a platform for rapid and agile launches and coordination of software projects.

if you have invested most of your life...and you have very little money (your words) then why should we trust you with our money?

Because sometimes hard work pays off.

I guess I am dim because that answer makes little sense to me, well no sense.
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