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July 09, 2012, 07:08:33 AM
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Alpaca bump!



Using this post to draft an upcoming post. The original content of this post is above the horizonal line.

NOT YET READY TO BE POSTED!



On May 24, 2012, Josh Zerlan paid off a PERSONAL gambling debt to DeathAndTaxes for $600 (116 BTC), the terms of the bet are as follows:

April 12, 2012, 08:13:54 AM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76217.msg847962#msg847962

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You think they are on "target"?    How about a bet?  I will buy a Single today and if it ships in <6 weeks I pay you $600 (or equiv in BTC).  If it doesn't you pay me $600.  Why $600?  Well because I am 100% convinced I would get the Single for free I just won't be getting it in no 6 weeks.

April 12, 2012, 09:00:58 AM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76217.msg848019#msg848019

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I will take you up on that bet, DT.  Absolutely. Order that single today and and show me a receipt of the order and we'll see on the 24th if you have one for free or not.

Someone got the link to the original bet, I want to make sure I'm not misremembering it.  

Bet paid: e428691388feb4aefd9e397afdffde0cae709508c078ac1a263942513a647844

It was close, but looks like I missed it by | | this much!


https://blockchain.info/tx/e428691388feb4aefd9e397afdffde0cae709508c078ac1a263942513a647844

Josh Zerlan paid D&T the $600 (rounded up to 116 BTC) via the following BWA on 2012-05-25 04:01:50 (May 24, 2012, 11:01:50 PM CST, i.e., Kansas City, KS): 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3



The 116 BTC went to D&T's BWA 1PSG6zXCJ8NyyVb6BgzmyLXV6UL7LmvRVj as depicted above (Humor me and pretend you don't see the addresses I've highlighted  Roll Eyes But, if you did see it, pretend you don't recognize them, mmmkay?  Shocked).

End of story, RIGHT!  Cool

Far from it, hence this post by a dude, me, Bruno Kucinskas (via proxy since I'm currently serving a 5-day ban due to what was considered trolling, albeit my latest postings where penned in a such fashion to discredit Josh Zerlan for an upcoming court case between him and myself pertaining to a serious matter, all because I put my well-being on the line during BFL's exposing process, yet others express an animosity toward me because I inject humor in my postings), whom Josh Zerlan claims I probably will drive ~600 (something 'bout that number...) miles to kidnap his wife, assumed via using the same obscure logic I used to claim with 100% certainty that Josh WILL steal organic carrots from his neighbor's yard because of a post he once made on this forum.

With the kidnapping of carrots nonsense outta the way, let's explore the txid debb0e22529378747a35923baf181a54953dcc20cbe2f4ce640dbf3a711498ca further, shall we? If for no other reason, then for Josh Zerlan to read new lies derived from keystrokes from my laptop via my monumental asshole hands at ~60 (1/10 of the $600 bet or ~miles I live from his half-million-dollar-plus BTC-House) wpm.



http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/7db8a3b0b860157c



Again, for those smart enough to read ahead, pretend you don't recognized the 00237e09a5 wallet ID. D&T's wallet ID is 032cbc31d3 depicted above.

I will now show you, my fellow monumental assholes, where the 50.7305 BTC of the 40ea03a10e wallet ID leads.

http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/40ea03a10e6eb607



L.I.B.! I'll be a Bruce Peterson's uncle! There's that 00237e09a5 wallet ID again. So, whomever owns that wallet ID that funded Josh Zerlan's BWA, they [then] got their moneys/change back after D&T's $600 (116 BTC) gambling debt was paid by Josh via 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3 ~10 hours later the next morning.

Let's open up that txid - http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/03543133133447cb28d30b3372aae9f1d1e99545800fb14e306be04050a4dae3 - and see what kind of juicy shit we can glean from it. I have a hunch Jehovah is smiling upon me right 'bout now.



Reads like 50 BTC went to the 1Koh7T8Nnb6MGHjKqPSPwhWzhVxKXK97qk BWA from the 00237e09a5 wallet ID.



Opening up the txid 2e0b5fac85b414e5bb8fecd5197b037171f64b37b11c7f125a7a98444f93ef37 we see...



1Koh7T8Nnb6MGHjKqPSPwhWzhVxKXK97qk + 12uyvDAC8LNU8yGcW8dYLGPToSD2JenVfH + 18UxwNVLPo7vyRkCgs5wusUfhhbMYhApAu + other BWAs of the 00237e09a5 wallet ID were used to pay 466 BTC to the 1DaddyjfKQAJYYGW3C7Ahz1F9AXYQLyijj BWA.

1DaddyjfKQAJYYGW3C7Ahz1F9AXYQLyijj belongs to bitcoindaddy

Notice that the 466 BTC is made up in part of the 0.0100302 BTC from the 1NDNTugxAZY6xUhYjcyT4PbzijqMgFaZCG BWA previous depicted above, but redepicted below:



For those gettin' bore, let's see if I can add a tad of excitement in this post.

Let's now explore the 0.01025169 BTC (trust me, you'll get excited in spite of the scant BTC amount) that went to the 1DwvPwTVEG1M38zRMNjdVCKonPKR5LTHLu BWA, bearing in mind that we're still discussing the 00237e09a5 wallet ID.



Opening up the txid ee3f4b4d6910ffb7386f8ea8623929e1ccf34bd323a2820b6ee7ea3408aba59d we have... (apologies if you cream your jeans)

https://blockchain.info/tx/ee3f4b4d6910ffb7386f8ea8623929e1ccf34bd323a2820b6ee7ea3408aba59d



Perhaps, it's seeing the 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs so many times that's what caused me to become an androturdusphile and founded The [Dead] Male Robins Society for poetic justice.



For those playing at home and are not up to speed, the 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA belongs to BFL, of which for a short period of time the FTC had control of the remaining funds left in place that Sonny Vleisides didn't have time enough to convert the ~$10M USD to fiat via his personal exchange - BitPay - prior to BFL's infamous raid in September, 2014.

https://blockchain.info/taint/1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs



18UxwNVLPo7vyRkCgs5wusUfhhbMYhApAu and 12uyvDAC8LNU8yGcW8dYLGPToSD2JenVfH are the two primary BWAs that funded BFL's 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA. Recall that it was this BWA that the FTC briefly had control of after they conducted their raid on BFL. Further, it was this BWA used by HashTrade to supposedly pay a $1M USD downpayment to BFL via BitPay for Monarch miners in October, 2013, with both entities declaring at the time such was true via offering up proof of the transaction, later exposed my me, Bruno Kucinskas, as being nothing but a ruse to garner millions more in sales for BFL's coffer. To date, nary a Bitcoin-themed periodical has penned such ruse perhaps outta fear of losing revenue dollars if they're not [partially] owned by named entity(s). It was due to my exposing efforts that Josh Zerlan offered up a bet with me that I couldn't go a length of time sans lying, whereupon I won the bet and he timely paid it off on January 2, 2014. It's my, among others, beliefs that the bet's main purpose was to shut me up from reporting on BFL related topics since I was, still am, and shall continue to be BFL's most vociferous critic.

Also, ALL the BWAs making up the 00237e09a5 wallet ID belong to BFL.

http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/00237e09a5eed5df/addresses



Now, before I recap and do the timeline thingy, I'd be remiss to ignore the minuscule 0.73 BTC that went to the 1HniEKyJ1MFkbsBsVHqALker72yTmheB42 BWA shown below:

http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/03543133133447cb28d30b3372aae9f1d1e99545800fb14e306be04050a4dae3



http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/aef356288883037759d27e67d25faba2e1e289e463513d33db9b016ede1b049a



Looks like the 0.73 BTC was bundled with some other bitcoins to pay 100 BTC to some dude named pirateat40. pirateat40, now that's a funny name if I've ever heard one! Reminds me of a song I heard while still in high school in the 70's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPYNL5ioo8E.

1HniEKyJ1MFkbsBsVHqALker72yTmheB42 is just one BWA that's part of the 0096cdb8ad wallet ID.



We'll get to that 19YKgKUZe5T7xNmZqEnCWxo91DJNNHgxdS BWA shortly, but first...

http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0096cdb8ad645f3b?page=7



The above depicts that 0.73 BTC transaction. It also depicts that whomever controls the 0096cdb8ad wallet ID is a Jimmy Buffett fan.

You know what? Anybody who loves Jimmy Buffett has gotta be an alright guy. Let's see if I can put a name to the dude who kept loaning bitcoins to the Son of a Son of a Sailor.

http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0096cdb8ad645f3b?page=5



Looks like some dude or dudette or furrydette by the name of EclipseMC has been sending ~1/2 BTC to 0096cdb8ad on a regular basis. Notice, one was made at ~5:00 UTC, cementing the truism that it's 5:00 somewhere.

This is starting to scare me! I think I may have contracted avian flu due to my recent androturdusphilia activity. Thank Jehovah it was only ONE episode. RIP, male robin! RIP. I'm seriously starting to see things that can't possible be there, thus correct me if I'm mistaken, but do you guys also see 10204 BTC going to the 00237e09a5 wallet ID?

What are the chances of them 10204 BTC going to...

http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/09ad9cd63a10d52eccdcd1766a59ee799f99f57b4e1db3bc3edffbe9861ddf87



...Well, that answers that question almost asked!

IT'S TIMELINE TIME!

All dates and time are CST (UTC -5 hours), with apologies if conversions were miscalculated. Please check my work.

With the exception of the following post (also sited in the ensuing chain of events), the rest of the timeline entries will be [relatively] brief, but need to put the bet in context, along with depicting Josh Zerlan as more than just a BFL interested party.  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

April 12, 2012, 07:29:05 AM: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76217.msg847900#msg847900

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Quote from: bitcoindaddy on April 12, 2012, 06:33:41 AM
Joking aside, the reason people were excited about this thread and subsequently disappointed with its lack of useful information is that BFL is NOT transparent. If they want people to trust them, they need to be a lot more open about their business. If they know they are going to be late with shipments, be HONEST about it. If they have only 150 units for this batch and anyone ordering now won't get theirs until August, BE HONEST about it. We can handle the truth.

WTF, seriously?  Are you trolling or just an idiot naturally?  They are perfectly open about their business.  Have they incorrectly estimated ship and development time in the past?  Yes, of course.  But have they been dishonest about it?  No.  They did not understand exactly what they were getting into in the beginning, yes they are guilty of ignorance.  

As far as shipping dates goes, they seem to be hitting their targets lately, they are saying 15 weeks on MR's, which puts you into August, so we'll see if they are accurate there.


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Why is there so much secrecy surrounding this company? Why doesn't "sonny" reveal his real name?  Are they dealing with gray market or worse, goods that they would be ashamed to admit they are using that they have to sand the part numbers off of? Are they worried about retaliation? From whom?  Are they worried about the Feds? The IRS? Are they worried about us? All very strange.

What secrecy?  Sonny is his real name, what ever gave you the idea it wasn't?  With people like you on the forums, it's a wonder he even has given his real name.  Posts like yours are so tiring... they are so full of bullshit, lies and half-truths that are completely disconnected from reality, it's almost painful.  I question how it's even possible to become so misinformed in the first place if you've even read 1/100 of the posts made already.  You keep spouting the same shit you heard from someone else who was just as misinformed as you now are.  If you don't know something first hand, take your hands off the keyboard, step  back and refrain from posting, since you don't know shit, your opinion is irrelevant.

Above all else, if you don't like them, don't trust them, hate them, etc... DON'T BUY THEIR EQUIPMENT!  Quit bitching about it.  Vote with your dollars and go elsewhere.  They don't need your business, and probably don't even want it even if they did.  As you've so conveniently pointed out by reference, they have more business than they can handle at the moment, so you not buying anything from them is not going to cause a problem, so stop bitching.

<in light blue are links>

March 31, 1971: The soon-to-be ex-wife of an asshole was born.

December 1, 1973: Said asshole was born in Winfield, IL.

October 28, 2011, 01:56:09 PM: Josh Zerlan declares to the Bitcoin community that there's no need for others to come to KC to investigate BFL because he lives in Kansas and works downtown. This and the very next timeline entry occurred on a Friday afternoon. (akin to "Take out the trash day."?)

October 28, 2011, 02:05:41 PM: Josh Zerlan informs the Bitcoin community (via this forum) that he just realized that by looking out his office window he can see BFL's initial office address across the street. What are the odds?

January 10, 2012, 10:17:51 AM: BFL (most likely Sonny Vleisides) created/first funded their 00237e09a5 wallet containing 100s of BWAs, namely 12uyvDAC8LNU8yGcW8dYLGPToSD2JenVfH and 18UxwNVLPo7vyRkCgs5wusUfhhbMYhApAu. It was a Tuesday morning.

April 12, 2012, 07:29:05 AM: Vitriol post was penned by Josh Zerlan (see it above at the beginning of this timeline segment). It was a Thursday morning that this and very next two entries were penned, bearing in mind that Josh Zerlan is supposedly working in an office across the street from BFL's mailing address/office on some other entity's payroll.

April 12, 2012, 08:13:54 AM: DeathAndTaxes offers up a bet to Josh Zerlan for $600.

April 12, 2012, 09:00:58 AM: Josh accepts D&T's $600 bet.

May 6, 2012, 10:41:12 PM: 0096cdb8ad wallet [ID] was first created containing 100+ BWAs, namely 19YKgKUZe5T7xNmZqEnCWxo91DJNNHgxdS. It was a Sunday evening.

May 17, 2012, 02:07:27 PM: Josh asked the community for the link depicting the original bet he has with D&T.

May 24, 2012, 3:47:03 PM: (debb0e22529378747a35923baf181a54953dcc20cbe2f4ce640dbf3a711498ca) The 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3 BWA was initially funded with 166.731 BTC directly from BFL's 00237e09a5 wallet (anticipating a lost proposition?). It was a Thursday afternoon during normal business hours (indicative of the very next entry).

May 24, 2012, 3:47:03 PM: The 1NDNTugxAZY6xUhYjcyT4PbzijqMgFaZCG BWA was created and funded with 0.0100302 BTC. This BWA is also part of BFL's 00237e09a5 wallet.

May 24, 2012, 7:44:44 PM: Josh Zerlan's 1GyJvB7qUst3UD2dVZcLyEmub58LLy3oqh BWA, part of the 0096cdb8ad wallet, is funded with 636 BTC as depicted here: http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/e2b85c6f4fb8e1e0f3f15a2be010cdf41d603dd66ba45877b81a689d43b01763. The sender was Btcst.com-pirateat40.

Proof that Josh Zerlan owns the 1GyJvB7qUst3UD2dVZcLyEmub58LLy3oqh BWA:


May 24, 2012, 11:01:50 PM: Josh paid D&T over $600 (116 BTC) via 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3 of which is the ONLY BWA associated with the 7db8a3b0b8 wallet ID. (the ONLY other transaction stemming from this BWA was 50.7305 BTC to the 15WswmZz37yhr5WCZ6ZFmKcbwe4B68XAsi BWA) It was a Thursday evening (indicative of the very next entry).

May 24, 2012, 11:01:50 PM: The 15WswmZz37yhr5WCZ6ZFmKcbwe4B68XAsi BWA was created and first funded with 50.7305 BTC, that being the change left over after Josh Zerlan paid D&T the 116 BTC ($600+ USD), both sums totally 166.731 BTC ($860+ USD) transferred from three BFL's BWA's to Josh's control.

May 24, 2012, 11:25:37 PM: ~24 minutes later, Josh Zerlan declared to the Bitcoin community that the $600 (116 BTC) had been paid - rounded up in D&T's favor - via the txid e428691388feb4aefd9e397afdffde0cae709508c078ac1a263942513a647844.

May 25, 2012, 8:17:39 AM: As depicted via the 03543133133447cb28d30b3372aae9f1d1e99545800fb14e306be04050a4dae3 txid, Josh Zerlan returned the unspent 50.73 BTC back over to two BWAs in BFL's control, namely 00237e09a5 and 0096cdb8ad, the latter via the 1HniEKyJ1MFkbsBsVHqALker72yTmheB42 BWA. It was a Friday morning. Is Josh Zerlan at work (his previous employer prior to BFL, across the street from BFL's original office located in a Section 8 housing project)?

May 25, 2012, throughout the day: Josh is conducting a blitzkrieg on this forum to sell shit to perhaps satisfy a loan he has with Sonny Vleisides' BFL made the previous day, or... (?)

Re: WTS: Unlocked HTC Sensation, Unlocked Samsung Vibrant
FS / Interest: 10" Meade SC LX200 GPS Telescope
FS: 6x Gigabyte 5870's with warranty
USD between MTGOX <--> DWOLLA
USD between MTGOX <--> DWOLLA (bumped)
WTS: Rooted Nook Color

I would so do this if you were a chick.  I would like to be the first person to hire a hooker with BTC... Yes, if that were my only claim to fame, I would be pleased.

I would, in fact, immortalize it in the block chain.

Coinbase "Blk: #XXXXXX financed first callgirl taking BTC"


So much for paying off a debt. Hookers come first. Then Grimm. Then Aime gets a little tail in one of her orifices of her choice.  Kiss

June 27,2012, 1:42:14 PM: The 0.0100302 BTC of the 1NDNTugxAZY6xUhYjcyT4PbzijqMgFaZCG BWA (mentioned above May 24, 2012) was transferred (among other BWAs in BFL's control totally 466 BTC) to 1DaddyjfKQAJYYGW3C7Ahz1F9AXYQLyijj, with the 0.01025169 BTC change from that overall transfer of bitcoins (again, 466 BTC) going to the 1DwvPwTVEG1M38zRMNjdVCKonPKR5LTHLu BWA, of which is still part of BFL's 00237e09a5 wallet. It was a Wednesday afternoon.

June 27,2012, 1:42:14 PM: 50 BTC from the 1Koh7T8Nnb6MGHjKqPSPwhWzhVxKXK97qk BWA was part of 466 BTC sent to the 1DaddyjfKQAJYYGW3C7Ahz1F9AXYQLyijj BWA mentioned in the entry directly above.

July 7, 2012, 7:39:58 PM: BFL's infamous 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA was created and solely funded via their mining pool, EclipseMC, and sales of various gen bitcoin miners via BitPay, a payment provider and NOT an exchange as I've proven beyond a shadow of doubt that BFL used them for such to the tune of tens of millions of dollars converted to fiat directed to unknown bank accounts. The first transferred to this BWA was via the same BWA (12uyvDAC8LNU8yGcW8dYLGPToSD2JenVfH) used to fund the 116 BTC paid to D&T from Josh Zerlan depicted in this txid: b5f5ceb466ba34d1362df7d04e11db1ffb57311167fc679c3a2a04f62354a0fc. It was a Saturday evening.

July 22, 2012, 10:11:46 PM: The 0.01025169 BTC from the 1DwvPwTVEG1M38zRMNjdVCKonPKR5LTHLu BWA (mentioned above June 27, 2012) was transferred to BFL's infamous 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA as shown here. It was a Sunday evening.

August 13, 2012: Josh Zerlan begins working full time for BFL. It was a Monday (probably some time after lunch).

February 24, 2013, 7:13:00 PM: The 19YKgKUZe5T7xNmZqEnCWxo91DJNNHgxdS BWA, the main BWA of the 0096cdb8ad wallet, was created/first funded. It's sole source of funding was via BFL's EclipseMC, formally owned by Josh Zerlan but supposedly sold during Q3/Q4(?), 2012, according to under-oath testimony by Josh Zerlan via his FTC deposition. It was a Sunday evening.

January 2, 2014, 1:15:22 PM: Josh Zerlan paid me 10 BTC due to a gambling bet between him and I, Bruno Kucinskas, that he lost as shown in the txid f81afbcf6381bbf5b30a501642442ab5756a30199f879421d32c54b94f3447c3. Ironically, said 10 BTC stems from the exact same BWA used that Josh Zerlan paid D&T ~3 months prior to him working at BFL on August 13, 2012, namely the 18UxwNVLPo7vyRkCgs5wusUfhhbMYhApAu BWA, albeit D&T windfall was ONLY 1 hop away, whereas my payout was 11 linear hops away from said BWA, with proof of said event laid out concisely here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=150803.msg10955860;topicseen#msg10955860.

ASIDE: How is that a person, Josh Zerlan, who didn't have his own $600 to pay off a gambling debt, didn't have his own 10 BTC to pay me off due to another gambling debt, both instances paid via funds directly from BFL, yet was able to fully pay for an over half-million-dollar home via bitcoins on an under-oath declared salary of ONLY $50K USD/yr plus 10-15 BTC sourced from 10 bitcoin miners as additional compensation from BFL for his Vice President position (albeit, he's on record myriad times in declaring that he was BFL's COO for an extended period, i.e., BFL's website under MANAGEMENT)?

ASIDE 2: Why would Josh need to use bitcoins stemming directly from BFL's coffer to satisfy a 10 BTC gambling debt he made with me when he could've paid me outta a know BWA he maintains containing 580.73246468 BTC at the time? Proof: http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0096cdb8ad645f3b

AND...


January 31, 2014: BFL remitted to me via the USPS an IRS Form 1099-MISC due to the gambling debt between Josh Zerlan and I. Did BFL also seen D&T an IRS Form 1099-MISC in January, 2013, since it's well documented that over $600 USD was paid to him under the exact same circumstances? To boot, with both instances change was sent to BFL's infamous 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA. And, BFL has D&T vitals on file due to this post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=76217.msg848019#msg848019, whereas my vitals were NEVER given to BFL by me, yet is now on their database, conspired by several people at BFL to send me the illegal IRS Form 1099-MISC via the USPS, of which IS being fully investigated.

Clearly, I've shown in all the above that ALL the bitcoin wallet addresses leading up to and after Josh Zerlan paid D&T 116 BTC belong to BFL. It'll be one helluva stretch for Josh to declare that BFL paid him $860+ USD on a Thursday afternoon for some service(s) or product(s), then later in the evening prior to midnight Josh paid D&T $600+ USD via 116 BTC, THEN the very next morning, Friday, just shy of 9AM CST, Josh returns the balance, 50.73 BTC, to BFL prior to Josh starting his salaried duties for the day on somebody else's payroll directly across the street from BFL's first home office [address] in a Section 8 housing building.

May 24, 2012, 3:47:03 PM: BFL funds the 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3 BWA with 166.731 BTC.

May 24, 2012, 11:01:50 PM: Josh paid D&T (116 BTC) via the 1vHPA5F4qKTD7RcFs4qA9ciUZttQwaBE3 BWA.

May 24, 2012, 11:25:37 PM: ~24 minutes later, Josh Zerlan declared to the Bitcoin community that he paid D&T 116 BTC.

May 25, 2012, 8:57:19 AM: ~9 1/2 hours later, after a good night's sleep, Josh Zerlan returns the remaining - 50.73 BTC - back over to the control of BF prior to Josh starting his day's duties at his supposedly former employer's office directly across the street of BFL's office (at the time) clearly visible from Josh's office window.

I'd say the above's chain of events has more stretch marks than Aime Broyles' orifices caused by Inaba tail penetrations. Either something doesn't add up or my Math Suks and I need Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes.

I contend that Josh Zerlan has been part of BFL way longer than any of BFL's principals want us to believe he has, but we're limited to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that such is the case. Luckily, there's more powerful entities than all of us combined on this forum that have the moneys and means to ferret out the truth, with this, my latest revelation placing just enough doubt in the what-BFL-wants-us-to-believe scenario to have the matter looked into with a much larger unlubed microscope if such isn't already being used, for if I, a fuckin' retard monumental asshole, can connect the obvious dots, imagine what some three-letter agency could (and hopefully, probably already has) accomplish with the various tools they have in their arsenal.

Anybody wanna place bets on which three-letter agency gets first dibs on Josh Zerlan's BTC-House? Your main choices are the IRS, SEC, FBI, KS AG, and the USPS. My guess is that two or more of them agencies are in talks with one another tryin' to cut a deal as to which one's gets the threat, for remember Josh Zerlan once penned, "Yes, there will be cookies.  The cake, however, is still a lie."

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=150803.msg9754840#msg9754840

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The FTC used absolutely nothing of yours, are you delirious?  Anything in those documents was known long before you came around and provided by BFL itself. Nobody but a bunch of random trolls on the internet takes you seriously about bitcoin stuff, Bruno, haven't you figured that out yet?  Any of the important people  that you think are your allies stay as far away from your crazy ass as they possibly can.  Nobody wants to be associated with you, you are just so isolated you don't even realize it.

Hey, Josh, you wanna make a bet with me that nobody, including nary ANY three-letter angency, et al., takes this "so isolated" person seriously? Here's what I honest believe. I believe that you are indeed truly scared to death of me. Not speaking about bodily harm, for that's never been on the table, including now, and YOU FUCKIN' KNOW IT! You're scared to death because I'm one of the few that can truly fuck you up for life. You wanna know what's truly scary, Josh? There may or may not be ways that I'll fuck you and BFL up that I won't ever pen, nor tell others what I've done. Again, I'm not speakin' 'bout any bodily harm, for that's not my style.

Amazing, how all the years you've been an asshole toward others, it's all about to come back to you several fold via the one dude you're trying to convince others is no count - ME! How's that workin' out for you, bud? I'd say not so shall. And to think, it couldn't happen to a more deserving dude - Josh Zerlan.

Here's to hopin' you and soon-to-be ex-wife took many a pics of the home you're about to lose. See your frailing ass in court, and bring an extra tail to gnaw on. Whether I win or lose your bullshit RO case against me, you'll realized even prior to exiting the courtroom how fucked up of an idea it was for you to start this ridiculous claim. It was even a worser idea than conspiring to send me that IRS Form 1099-MISC, but both events WILL work in concert with each other against you and BFL, et al., in subsequent court cases.

One more thing. Thanks to ONE misstep by Bruce Peterson, he's now part of BFL's overall charade. The fucker should've quit while he was ahead, but you and I both know that this fucker loves to play poke-da-bear. Well, here's how that's goin' play out, bud, and you can take what I'm 'bout to tell you to the bank. Once that fucker starts gettin' questioned under 100 watt light bulbs, you bet your fuckin' life that chicken shit, Bruce Peterson, is gonna sing like a male robin in the spring, in spite of all the moneys he made off BFL for being an essential employee, ain't that right, Brucie Boy? You won't lie one iota under less than desirable conditions because you want to go back to Nevada, IA, and live in your mommy's basement till the day she's daisy fertilizer, then you get to live out your sorry-ass life on the main floor starin' at the cornfield across the way while playin' videos games and parlaying altcoins sourced from faucets.

In closing, and once again, Josh Zerlan, don't be fearful of what I post on the internet. Be very, very, very fearful of what I don't post (again, I'm not speakin' 'bout ANY bodily harm, and it's a Goddamn shame that I even have to pen such disclaimer, for it's obvious you're no longer not all there, and that's being kind, implying that perhaps at one time you were).

I vote McKinney TX... I hear there are a lot of bitcoins in those parts.


Now, how the fuck would Josh Zerlan know such first-hand sans the scuttlebutt on this forum/internet? Oh, I know! Because he participated in Mr. Margaritaville's Ponzi scheme. Proof: http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0096cdb8ad645f3b.

1GyJvB7qUst3UD2dVZcLyEmub58LLy3oqh was Josh's main BWA that traded in and out of Pirate's Ponzi scheme.


I did trade with pirate, and in retrospect, much like imsaguy (without the PPT), looking back on what started innocently enough, it's pretty darned obvious I should have been more careful.

So... does she know you lie to her regularly?  Does she know you associate with criminals?  

PS - Please point out what I'm diverting attention from?  What questions in this thread that are on topic have I failed to answer?  Oh, that's right... none of them.  There's no attention being diverted, except you trying to divert attention away from the fact that you lie to your wife on a regular basis, you lie to the forums on a regular basis and that you've been caught and are trying to wriggle out of it on a technicality that's not working.  Good show, but I award a giant FAIL to your efforts, sorry.


I say Josh Zerlan is so far removed from reality, there's no turning back for him. Soon, that fucker will be behind bars tryin' to convince his cellmate that he's not in jail but on vacation as he pines for the days he gnawed his tail, said tail not being allowed on his person while on vacation.

Looks like Josh Zerlan is SCARED to move his 537.57296499 BTC: http://www.walletexplorer.com/address/19YKgKUZe5T7xNmZqEnCWxo91DJNNHgxdS. Also, he's SCARED to move his 1159.93863299 BTC: http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/47e8ab6092b0ce2bcbfa73ec7b36125039c6a8b4869ee709f5ddf4f0ea140aa9

Funny, how after giving his deposition, Josh Zerlan sans miners was able to send 8.44196789 BTC via mining to his 19YKgKUZe5T7xNmZqEnCWxo91DJNNHgxdS BWA: http://www.walletexplorer.com/txid/47e8ab6092b0ce2bcbfa73ec7b36125039c6a8b4869ee709f5ddf4f0ea140aa9

Apologies for this post getting skewed, for I only intended to show how Josh Zerlan and BFL were closely aligned way prior to his official employment start date on August 13, 2012, some time after lunch, but other damning facts manifested themselves, e.g., Josh participating in Pirate's Ponzi scheme and laundering BFL's bitcoins.



http://www.walletexplorer.com/wallet/0096cdb8ad645f3b?page=5

Hey, Josh Zerlan, were you practicing your North Koran laundering skills via conducting transactions to and from the 1QAHVyRzkmD4j1pU5W89htZ3c6D6E7iWDs BWA?

Now, if you'll excuse me, this "so isolated" dirty fuck needs to take a cold shower before I explore prematurely.

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July 09, 2012, 07:42:46 AM
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no special symbols for the ranking?


How aboot: ʘ or ʬ or ʭ

I thought for sure I've read that there would be no phonics discussions on this forum, but it seems now that I was mistaken.

I guess we could also consider using one of the following:

http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~krussll/138/2001/artic/nonpulmonic.gif

http://www.ipa.webstuff.org/images/diacritics.gif

As an example: Satoshi Nakamotoʘ or (Satoshi Nakamoto)ʘ

Or maybe you meant: Satoshi Nakamoto(100ʘ) or (100ʭ)

Either way, introducing phonic symbols into the grand scheme of things would certainly bring an subtle educational value to Freecoiner.

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The following is an image of a yap coin. I like its shape and color, though turning it Bitcoin orange would work just as well to somehow incorporate this into the Freecoiner logo along with the upside down Gall-Peter projection map.

http://oki-park.jp/kaiyo/images/iph_yappu-s01.jpg

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I will Squirt you with this sprinkler :)


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mmmm thing with hole in it Smiley
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When you get down to werewolves (albeit cleverly alphabetically line-jumped to "L") in your list of invitees, I look forward to your communication. I have purchased some very tasty coffee from Puerto Rico, and am working on two very significant selling concepts, one of which would certainly apply to the 10% discount program for Freecoiners.

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wow love it

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I prefer the upside-down map to the mirror-image map.

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I prefer the upside-down map to the mirror-image map.

If I kept it upside down like Phinn said it would overlap the hole or leave antartica overflowing the coin.
Had to put it like that so it would fit.

Ofcourse, others may do better. I only made it for fun.

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I prefer the upside-down map to the mirror-image map.

If I kept it upside down like Phinn said it would overlap the hole or leave antartica overflowing the coin.
Had to put it like that so it would fit.

Ofcourse, others may do better. I only made it for fun.

Just my southern hemisphere bias. I liked it, but I do like to be on top once in a while.

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If I kept it upside down like Phinn said it would overlap the hole or leave antartica overflowing the coin.
Had to put it like that so it would fit.

Ofcourse, others may do better. I only made it for fun.

Just my southern hemisphere bias. I liked it, but I do like to be on top once in a while.

After working on this for several hours, I finally came up with a solution to possibly improve upon psy's fine map.

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7272/7536711800_a18b608e52.jpg

I can't believe how the two colors contrast so well. The yellow seems to be reminiscent of the sun, as if a new day is dawning, and the upside down world reflects disruption of the current global banking system.

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Then only problem with your vertical inversion of the coin is that the perspective isn't right and looks odd lol
I did try that, but it didn't look good Wink

EDIT: New version



Look at how the world map resembles the B of Bitcoin Wink

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Then only problem with your vertical inversion of the coin is that the perspective isn't right and looks odd lol
I did try that, but it didn't look good Wink

EDIT: New version

http://i.imgur.com/duyXz.png

Look at how the world map resembles the B of Bitcoin Wink

Now that's interesting. I'm going to have do that version as follows.

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7249/7537164236_a49b6852c4_z.jpg
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Looks like we got ourselves a winner!

http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7266/7537333476_ac8059cbc3_z.jpg

I think I'll just keep this design for awhile. We can always update the symbol/logo down the road if or when that's warranted.

Thank you so kindly, psy, for taking the time to do this. As promised, you'll be ranked accordingly, as well as those who have provided their valuable input.

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What is freecoiner again?
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Due to a mass of trolling, only established posters are able to post in non-newbie sections. You are considered "established" if you have spent 4 hours online and have made 5 posts.

If you have really good posts, you can post a request for preemptive whitelisting in the appropriate topic.

Also:
- You must have made one post in order to send PMs.
- You need 10 posts to put a link in your signature.

Note that it may take up to 10 minutes for your PM or posting permissions to be granted.

According to the above, I'll be free from Newbie in about 7 minutes. Let this be a lesson to all those who dread this rule. Your first post(s) speak volumes of your character and, believe you me, I've been referred to as a character.

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What is freecoiner again?

So much pressure! I now have to briefly describe what Freecoiner is all about.

Freecoiner is an exclusive, membership-based organization consisting of noblemen and hierarchs, where one becomes a member via an invite only.

Members will enjoy a myriad of benefits, one which is the ability to purchase products and services with Bitcoin, receiving no less than a 10% discount provided, of course, the proprietors are members of Freecoiner. All members will also be able to be the first to test, purchase, experience, etc., any new product or service that can be purchased with Bitcoin.

(I reserve the option of editing the above, for I'm making this shit up as I go along.)

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Forgot about something. If you need hosting for the website, just ask.

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Forgot about something. If you need hosting for the website, just ask.

Thanks, psy. I do know the back end of Hostgator rather well, coupled with Wordpress. But I may have to explore another option due to the nature of how I'm formulating Freecoiner in my mind.

Thanks, again, for the artwork. I do love how it came out.

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What is freecoiner again?

So much pressure! I now have to briefly describe what Freecoiner is all about.

Freecoiner is an exclusive, membership-based organization consisting of noblemen and hierarchs, where one becomes a member via an invite only.

Members will enjoy a myriad of benefits, one which is the ability to purchase products and services with Bitcoin, receiving no less than a 10% discount provided, of course, the proprietors are members of Freecoiner. All members will also be able to be the first to test, purchase, experience, etc., any new product or service that can be purchased with Bitcoin.

(I reserve the option of editing the above, for I'm making this shit up as I go along.)

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Well, seeing as I write for Bitcoin Magazine now and may well be writing for your exclusive magazine, I think I should have free membership Cheesy
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