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June 24, 2012, 02:52:21 AM
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The arrow is over the basement obviously it is a big one that extends into the field ^_^

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June 24, 2012, 03:00:01 AM
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its clearly over the sun dried Cow Patty #4,354
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June 24, 2012, 06:16:53 AM
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you got ignored bitch!
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June 24, 2012, 06:44:24 AM
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I mean no offense to old ladies.  But THIS IS THE PERSON who BFL has doing quality control?!!?!?!?!?  That explains why GigaVPS mini-rig died in one freaking day LOL  --

But seriously.  How can you not question the talent\skill level of an 80 year old woman?  THIS is the person who is in charge of making sure your asic\fpga device is working.

BFL is looking worse by the day.

Wow, I don't know where to start with this one, since you clearly lack any understanding of how these rigs work.

First of all, this woman is testing FPGA boards. Since the vast majority of those boards worked just fine, I'd say she's done her job fairly successfully. Even entire QA teams fail to spot every single dud product.

Secondly, the issue with Giga's rig was with the PSU, which should have been tested by Thermaltake (who, by the way, do have an entire QA team).

Hereforth, we can deduce that BFL's QA tester has done her job better in this instance than Thermaltake's (presumably young male) QA tester.

To be fair, we never got any independent test on Giga's minirig. We rely completely on the BFL's statement. Heck we dont even know any details of the failure. Ofcourse if i'm pointing this out, ppl will think i'm wearing a tinfoil hat.

So you should take your own advice and dont make any conclusion then.
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June 24, 2012, 06:47:54 AM
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I mean no offense to old ladies.  But THIS IS THE PERSON who BFL has doing quality control?!!?!?!?!?  That explains why GigaVPS mini-rig died in one freaking day LOL  --

WHERE is the Antistatic wrist band? Can't imagine that BFL chose to ignore basic safety measures.

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June 24, 2012, 07:49:23 AM
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I mean no offense to old ladies.  But THIS IS THE PERSON who BFL has doing quality control?!!?!?!?!?  That explains why GigaVPS mini-rig died in one freaking day LOL  --

WHERE is the Antistatic wrist band? Can't imagine that BFL chose to ignore basic safety measures.


I've been tearing apart and repairing computers and electronics for 15 years and I've never once fried anything due to static. I've tried intentionally to fry things with static, to no avail. My brother did fry his ethernet port on his laptop due to static, but that's not exactly a situation you'd expect to use a wrist band anyway.

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June 24, 2012, 09:13:02 AM
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I've been tearing apart and repairing computers and electronics for 15 years and I've never once fried anything due to static. I've tried intentionally to fry things with static, to no avail. My brother did fry his ethernet port on his laptop due to static, but that's not exactly a situation you'd expect to use a wrist band anyway.

IMO you have been lucky, or probably you are situated in a high humidity region. It's akin to not wearing seat belts and claiming one has been accident free.

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June 24, 2012, 09:25:11 AM
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To be fair, we never got any independent test on Giga's minirig. We rely completely on the BFL's statement. Heck we dont even know any details of the failure. Ofcourse if i'm pointing this out, ppl will think i'm wearing a tinfoil hat.

So you should take your own advice and dont make any conclusion then.

This is true, but why would BFL lie about it? It's not like the story would be any worse if one of the 72 FPGAs they sold him was faulty. No electronic component can be guaranteed fault-free.

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June 24, 2012, 09:34:47 AM
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Ninja queen is legend. Let her do her job and take out your frustration elsewhere Benz.

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June 24, 2012, 10:23:50 AM
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I saw your profile had previously listed a website:


Wow, partially DOX'ing someone and hiding behind your safe annon profile....

You know how they say "Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones" ?

WELL.....here's how I see it:

"ONLY those who live in glass houses and still chose to throw stones actually have BALLS"

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June 24, 2012, 11:29:29 AM
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This feels like an Atlas thread...

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June 24, 2012, 01:46:29 PM
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I mean no offense to old ladies.  But THIS IS THE PERSON who BFL has doing quality control?!!?!?!?!?  That explains why GigaVPS mini-rig died in one freaking day LOL  --

WHERE is the Antistatic wrist band? Can't imagine that BFL chose to ignore basic safety measures.


I've been tearing apart and repairing computers and electronics for 15 years and I've never once fried anything due to static. I've tried intentionally to fry things with static, to no avail. My brother did fry his ethernet port on his laptop due to static, but that's not exactly a situation you'd expect to use a wrist band anyway.

After tearing apart and working on hundreds of customer's computers over the years without an anti-static band, and never frying anything, I finally zapped something! I  touched the outside of a 3.5" HD in one of our work computers while it was still running, and it died. Good thing it was one of ours, and not a customers... :0

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June 24, 2012, 01:49:06 PM
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I mean no offense to old ladies.  But THIS IS THE PERSON who BFL has doing quality control?!!?!?!?!?  That explains why GigaVPS mini-rig died in one freaking day LOL  --

WHERE is the Antistatic wrist band? Can't imagine that BFL chose to ignore basic safety measures.


I've been tearing apart and repairing computers and electronics for 15 years and I've never once fried anything due to static. I've tried intentionally to fry things with static, to no avail. My brother did fry his ethernet port on his laptop due to static, but that's not exactly a situation you'd expect to use a wrist band anyway.


Depends on the room and the Relative humidity..... I remember having to spray water on the floor in our old computer room... people would drag their feet in and touch the keyhole.... Pow.. goes the PC Tongue actually most times it would just restart.... on a few occassions the PC would not start again.
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June 24, 2012, 02:53:04 PM
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What is this thread about ?

Is he the hacker ?

Where is the mass leak ?

Why is he named "Ben David" just like the guy that scammed Interscamgo of 512 BTC ?

Strange stuff here ... admins what do you think ?

Donator gets ban ... unlikely !
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June 24, 2012, 02:54:55 PM
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Donator gets refund then banned Tongue


I don't think you should get banned for having an onion..... Only for being a doucher.
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June 24, 2012, 04:35:24 PM
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Donator gets refund then banned Tongue


I don't think you should get banned for having an onion..... Only for being a doucher.


Noooo, not banning for having an onion!

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June 24, 2012, 05:01:41 PM
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He's not Atlas, because he claims to be Atlas.
Where's Matthew when you need him? Counter trolling is in order!

I am not sure who either of those ppl are ... but I can tell you who I am!

I am the bitcoinica hacker lmfaooaooaoaoa




I wonder if his account did get hacked?   

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June 24, 2012, 05:12:07 PM
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Nice ageism dude, and way to troll. I'll bet this lady has mad skillz.  Tongue

Ageism?!  lmfaooooo that is a new one to me.

And not trolling (not intending to anyways).  I am serious.  If I am investing thousands of dollars in hardware, I DAMN SURE do not want Father Times daughter working on it.

Wow, well, judging from that post, I wonder how old you are...  Roll Eyes

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June 24, 2012, 05:54:23 PM
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Like I said previously, it is odd that benz asked for the ban hammer.

Either
1)HE has some power to take out bitcointalk.org
2)He has unpaid loan's, banning would result in by screwing over the lenders
3)His account has been taken over by a twit
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June 24, 2012, 05:57:03 PM
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Like I said previously, it is odd that benz asked for the ban hammer.

Either
1)HE has some power to take out bitcointalk.org
2)He has unpaid loan's, banning would result in by screwing over the lenders
3)His account has been taken over by a twit

I can bet on this.

Get donator status, do some loans, get some trust, lend a ton of BTC, screw everybody over and run.

I can bet it is the same person too, doing all this stuff with some good PS skills.
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