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May 22, 2019, 03:37:18 PM
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HAPPY #BITCOINPIZZADAY EVERYONE!

https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@bitjane/may-22-is-bitcoin-pizza-day
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May 22, 2019, 10:39:56 PM
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Whenever this story crops up on the intertoobz around this time of year or recently on a "60 Minutes"
we always hear about this laszlo dude who sent the coins.
But what I want to know is who the hell was the lucky bastard pizza supplier who received them? 
Never seems to be mentioned....

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May 22, 2019, 10:51:21 PM
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Whenever this story crops up on the intertoobz around this time of year or recently on a "60 Minutes"
we always hear about this laszlo dude who sent the coins.
But what I want to know is who the hell was the lucky bastard pizza supplier who received them? 
Never seems to be mentioned....


Well jercos took the bitcoin and ordered the pizzas for laszlo, presumably on his credit card.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137.msg1195#msg1195
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May 22, 2019, 10:52:59 PM
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Whenever this story crops up on the intertoobz around this time of year or recently on a "60 Minutes"
we always hear about this laszlo dude who sent the coins.
But what I want to know is who the hell was the lucky bastard pizza supplier who received them? 
Never seems to be mentioned....

It was a three-way tx. Laszlo sent the BTC to another Bitcoiner (in UK, IIRC).
Other Bitcoiner called in the pizza order, paid with traditional rails (e.g., credit card or similar).
Papa Johns delivered the pizzas to Laszlo's destination.

So the pizza supplier never saw the Bitcoin.

Anyone with a campaign ad in their signature -- for an organization with which they are not otherwise affiliated -- is automatically deducted credibility points.

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May 22, 2019, 11:12:04 PM
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Still works that way today, in most cases, with pizza purchased c/o gyft cards or E-Gifter.

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May 24, 2019, 05:16:44 PM
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Whenever this story crops up on the intertoobz around this time of year or recently on a "60 Minutes"
we always hear about this laszlo dude who sent the coins.
But what I want to know is who the hell was the lucky bastard pizza supplier who received them?  
Never seems to be mentioned....


Well jercos took the bitcoin and ordered the pizzas for laszlo, presumably on his credit card.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137.msg1195#msg1195

Ah... thanx for that link, vee.
I rather doubt jercos is still hodeling 10000 bitcoins.
Anyway.... to get back on topic (and not be naughty and break the bitcointalk rules).....

Random thread bump from December 2014,(Thank you Paul...we miss you) right around the time when things got a bit comical,
that is, as long as you weren't one of those poor foolish investors losing their shirts.  

News: XPY again available for only $20 direct from the Paycoin site! Get em while their hot GAWspell Believers!



Last night on the Tinychat session Josh remarked about "Selling all of the Paycoins they could @ $20 " and had to remove the offer . I asked him this:



I watched him read it and instantly smirk and start giggling uncontrollably. Seconds later he bailed from the conversation.



Sometimes it can be hard, even for a really professional and hardened Con-Man, to not laugh about the people he is fooling.



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May 30, 2019, 12:57:42 AM
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bwahahahha that creepy loser guy from Canada wearing a Hashbase embroidered logo polo shirt. 

What was his name? Marcel Marceau?  LOL

You know he paid for that in BTC yo! And he must have paid a LOT.

Shameless fanboy.

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June 03, 2019, 03:16:41 AM
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Garza v. Audet is getting pretty hilarious.  Anyone keeping on top of it?  https://www.docketbird.com/court-cases/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940

I like this one in particular.  https://www.docketbird.com/court-documents/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/Exhibit-10-Decl-of-T-Donelan/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940-00140-011


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June 03, 2019, 07:23:34 AM
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Shinners is funny. If you read his history he wanted to work for garza and proposed his payment wage etc and got knocked back. He’s as big a scumbag as garza. He got scammed big time and at the time hit back at the supposed trolls. He didnt go after josh garza and rolled to go after fraser for only 1 reason.... garza has no money but he thinks frasers can make him whole. i dont think he truely believes garza was a pawn and fraser the mastermind. he just wants his money back and will go after whoever can give it. he’d sue your grandmother if she was rich and had a slight connection to it.
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Garza v. Audet is getting pretty hilarious.  Anyone keeping on top of it?  https://www.docketbird.com/court-cases/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940

I like this one in particular.  https://www.docketbird.com/court-documents/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/Exhibit-10-Decl-of-T-Donelan/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940-00140-011


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During the course of the Commission’s investigation into GAW Miners, various bank records and accounting records were produced to the Commission.  ZenMiner’s one bank account had extremely limited activity (transactions totaling $28), and it appears that ZenMiner did not maintain separate accounting records. "

I just sent you all my sMerits, unfortunately zero (0)  Tongue

Thanks for this. Shinners used to keep us informed... this is all news to me.

Defense is weak, yo. "...defense counsel needs a bit more information...."  Who says this?  They can't even get Shinners' name right!  Idiots.
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June 04, 2019, 03:38:43 AM
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Garza v. Audet is getting pretty hilarious.  Anyone keeping on top of it?  https://www.docketbird.com/court-cases/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940

I like this one in particular.  https://www.docketbird.com/court-documents/Audet-et-al-v-Garza-et-al/Exhibit-10-Decl-of-T-Donelan/ctd-3:2016-cv-00940-00140-011


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During the course of the Commission’s investigation into GAW Miners, various bank records and accounting records were produced to the Commission.  ZenMiner’s one bank account had extremely limited activity (transactions totaling $28), and it appears that ZenMiner did not maintain separate accounting records. "

I just sent you all my sMerits, unfortunately zero (0)  Tongue

Thanks for this. Shinners used to keep us informed... this is all news to me.

Defense is weak, yo. "...defense counsel needs a bit more information...."  Who says this?  They can't even get Shinners' name right!  Idiots.

Who says "yo"? Some 1990's thug wannabe? Dis be happenin', yo!

Shinners fucked everyone on the class action lawsuit. There is no chance of any monetary damage awards from anyone ever due to comments Shinners made at the Garza trial.
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June 05, 2019, 12:45:52 AM
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Just got a notice that his release date is October 14, 2020.  Nice!
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June 13, 2019, 10:54:01 AM
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Not sure if you guys were wondering what scam matlack had moved on to, but you might be interested in this post:

Re: [ANN] [ICO] [WGR] | Wagerr | The Betting Blockchain | Bounties

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1911583.4800
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June 13, 2019, 12:18:16 PM
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Not sure if you guys were wondering what scam matlack had moved on to, but you might be interested in this post:

How exactly is Matlack involved in Wagerr?

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Not sure if you guys were wondering what scam matlack had moved on to, but you might be interested in this post:

How exactly is Matlack involved in Wagerr?

He was basically running the show in the background, and one of the original 3 co-signers.

We were doing more betting traffic than Augur even with their half-assed QT wallet (which looks almost exactly like ION's), yet somehow Adam managed to screw that up too and then he left WGR in mid-May...so all of the non-ION guys left after being treated like crap for so long.

Also there's the issue of the btc fork coins not being accounted for, and a ton of btc already spent (or at least missing/unaccounted for) and no substantive reasons given.  

Very likely goes much deeper too, but I'll be nice for now.  I will say that if they think they can go toe-to-toe with the big boys now, with little funds and no betting experience left on the team - then they're simply delusional.

To their credit, it truly is a serious problem that they're trying to solve...and for us betting guys a very personal one. One that they took advantage of, knowing that we would make a lot of sacrifices and contributions in good faith.  

What it really came down to for me though was just how neatly things fractured along ION and non-ION related people.  And judging by how well Jason (MMAforMoney) handled what he was actually allowed to handle due to limited resources/information/position/etc...if he had more control over Wagerr early on, there is very little doubt in my mind that WGR would be in a far better position both now and for the long-term.  

Their people are making things out to be strictly about personal monetary gain (lol!) for guys like Jason, Tippy, and I when we're the ones who the real gambling networks try to restrict for winning money a little too much and/or often.  As I mentioned earlier, this problem is very personal for us (and many other gamblers) - we know it well, we know it has to be done to very high standards, and we promised ourselves that we would (and maybe still will?) do it right.
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Where is Ganza Bonanza - the Hash King??

Only apologetic replies please...


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Where is Ganza Bonanza - the Hash King??

Only apologetic replies please...
He is enjoying life at Club Fed!  2113 NORTH HWY 175
SEAGOVILLE, TX  75159
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He is enjoying life at Club Fed!  2113 NORTH HWY 175
SEAGOVILLE, TX  75159

In Texas: that is the right place for him.

Out in 15 months I think.


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He is enjoying life at Club Fed!  2113 NORTH HWY 175
SEAGOVILLE, TX  75159

In Texas: that is the right place for him.

Out in 15 months I think.
October 2020.  In the meantime is anyone going to write him a letter and ask for their bitcoin back?  I think it might be entertaining to write him and see what he says?  Not sure what questions to propose in my first letter.
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He is enjoying life at Club Fed!  2113 NORTH HWY 175
SEAGOVILLE, TX  75159

In Texas: that is the right place for him.

Out in 15 months I think.
October 2020.  In the meantime is anyone going to write him a letter and ask for their bitcoin back?  I think it might be entertaining to write him and see what he says?  Not sure what questions to propose in my first letter.

You don't have the balls to write him a letter.
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