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August 18, 2012, 05:15:08 PM
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It appears you will be defiant & insulting to the end.  If this is all a scam you realize I was trying to help you guys out all along, right?

And if/when its wrong and pirate does pay people back and you've actively encouraged a bunch of people to call other people scammers, liars, shills, etc, (as well as doing the same yourself) then what?

"Ooops, my bad.  I was just trying to protect you."

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August 18, 2012, 06:56:29 PM
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You and Aq seem young, impressionable. 


There is your problem, you assume too much. I know your age, you don't know mine. And you don't impress me the tiniest bit, so, no, I'm not impressionable.

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August 18, 2012, 08:24:28 PM
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is this about the time for the obligatory  "omg guyz, i was just about to make payouts and was using a new computer just for this purpose and i got hacked.  sorries!"

That would be the obvious one, but I am curious about what excuse we will actually hear.

I see two possibilities, an excuse for losing all the money or one that delays everything. But I guess we will hear some excuse.
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August 18, 2012, 09:25:09 PM
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It appears you will be defiant & insulting to the end.  If this is all a scam you realize I was trying to help you guys out all along, right?

And if/when its wrong and pirate does pay people back and you've actively encouraged a bunch of people to call other people scammers, liars, shills, etc, (as well as doing the same yourself) then what?

"Ooops, my bad.  I was just trying to protect you."

I have agreed to make a video wearing a straw hat praising pirate / burtw if Pirate is not a ponzi (it's a page or 2 back there).  Will you agree to make a video in a straw hat in 2 weeks time when everything is like I say it is?


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August 18, 2012, 09:28:01 PM
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It appears you will be defiant & insulting to the end.  If this is all a scam you realize I was trying to help you guys out all along, right?

And if/when its wrong and pirate does pay people back and you've actively encouraged a bunch of people to call other people scammers, liars, shills, etc, (as well as doing the same yourself) then what?

"Ooops, my bad.  I was just trying to protect you."

I have agreed to make a video wearing a straw hat praising pirate / burtw if Pirate is not a ponzi (it's a page or 2 back there).  Will you agree to make a video in a straw hat in 2 weeks time when everything is like I say it is?



I will agree to make a video while wearing a straw hat, just because someone will watch it.

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August 18, 2012, 09:30:38 PM
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I wouldn't even know where to get a straw hat, lol

And I would agree to make the video for the opposite reason as MnW, No one would watch mine. - of course, the straw hat may need to be replaced with some other type of hat, perhaps a shoe, or newspaper napoleon hat, for the previous mentioned lack of straw hat knowledge

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August 18, 2012, 09:33:08 PM
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I wouldn't even know where to get a straw hat, lol

And I would agree to make the video for the opposite reason as MnW, No one would watch mine. - of course, the straw hat may need to be replaced with some other type of hat, perhaps a shoe, or newspaper napoleon hat, for the previous mentioned lack of straw hat knowledge

I'd totally watch your video. An ostrich wearing a napoleon newspaper hat? That'd be on imgur in a day flat.

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August 18, 2012, 09:40:51 PM
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I wouldn't even know where to get a straw hat, lol

And I would agree to make the video for the opposite reason as MnW, No one would watch mine. - of course, the straw hat may need to be replaced with some other type of hat, perhaps a shoe, or newspaper napoleon hat, for the previous mentioned lack of straw hat knowledge

I'd totally watch your video. An ostrich wearing a napoleon newspaper hat? That'd be on imgur in a day flat.





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August 18, 2012, 09:42:39 PM
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is this about the time for the obligatory  "omg guyz, i was just about to make payouts and was using a new computer just for this purpose and i got hacked.  sorries!"

That would be the obvious one, but I am curious about what excuse we will actually hear.

I see two possibilities, an excuse for losing all the money or one that delays everything. But I guess we will hear some excuse.

Classic Ponzi, this is now stall time.  never with resolution, just infinite stall.  He will likely post something else Monday, again stalling.  Here is a slightly exaggerated version of the statement we can expect to see, if there is another from Pirateat40:

"Incorrect forward looking market parameters leading to a fluctuation of funds contributing to a loss of liquidity that should be resolved in the next 48 hours"

Right now, at this very moment, Pirate is holding $1M+ USD - maybe a lot more after seeing some staggering amounts in the early sales of BitcoinMax accounts - of "investor" money that major players like BurtW and Pay.tbc helped funnel to Pirate.  He has all your BTC, is relatively anonymous, and now said he is going to give it all back after paying everyone 7%/wk for a few months while he grew the scam.   Possible small monies coming back to Pirate top lieutenants, so they are ready for the next one.  

Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?


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August 18, 2012, 09:48:06 PM
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Oh lol, start on gpumax now, something else you don't know shit about

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August 18, 2012, 10:00:43 PM
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August 18, 2012, 11:46:51 PM
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Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?

It's a coin laundry that exchanges old coins (at least some clearly coming from BS&T) for freshly minted ones from various pools, paying some extra for it.

It can be used as a smoke-screen to hide activity and as a source of untraceable coins.
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August 18, 2012, 11:50:26 PM
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Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?

It's a coin laundry that exchanges old coins (at least some clearly coming from BS&T) for freshly minted ones from various pools, paying some extra for it.

It can be used as a smoke-screen to hide activity and as a source of untraceable coins.
oh wow, can we get an asshat or dishonest or something tag for this guy?

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August 18, 2012, 11:53:43 PM
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Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?

It's a coin laundry that exchanges old coins (at least some clearly coming from BS&T) for freshly minted ones from various pools, paying some extra for it.

It can be used as a smoke-screen to hide activity and as a source of untraceable coins.
oh wow, can we get an asshat or dishonest or something tag for this guy?

He already has an unofficial asshat tag from most on the forum.   He should be down about $50,000 shortly as well, so that'll be nice Smiley

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August 19, 2012, 12:53:40 AM
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Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?

It's a coin laundry that exchanges old coins (at least some clearly coming from BS&T) for freshly minted ones from various pools, paying some extra for it.

It can be used as a smoke-screen to hide activity and as a source of untraceable coins.
oh wow, can we get an asshat or dishonest or something tag for this guy?

He already has an unofficial asshat tag from most on the forum.   He should be down about $50,000 shortly as well, so that'll be nice Smiley

1)  Simply insulting Vandroiy will not discredit his thoughts.   Further more I *love* his side of the bet right now

2)  is there anything more sinister that could be done at this desperate stage with this asset?  Can you explain to me what GPUmax does exactly? 

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August 19, 2012, 12:57:09 AM
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Some1 plz explain to me what this Pirate-based mining software this is:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55819.0   what could a dishonest operator do with what appears to be many clients?

It's a coin laundry that exchanges old coins (at least some clearly coming from BS&T) for freshly minted ones from various pools, paying some extra for it.

It can be used as a smoke-screen to hide activity and as a source of untraceable coins.
oh wow, can we get an asshat or dishonest or something tag for this guy?

He already has an unofficial asshat tag from most on the forum.   He should be down about $50,000 shortly as well, so that'll be nice Smiley

1)  Simply insulting Vandroiy will not discredit his thoughts.   Further more I *love* his side of the bet right now

2)  is there anything more sinister that could be done at this desperate stage with this asset?  Can you explain to me what GPUmax does exactly?  

It's already been explained repeatedly and for you to expect someone to stop and explain it again just because you asked and were too lazy to go and look shows just how much of an ass you are.

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August 19, 2012, 12:58:54 AM
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2)  is there anything more sinister that could be done at this desperate stage with this asset?  Can you explain to me what GPUmax does exactly? 

They double spend sealswithclubs deposits.

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August 19, 2012, 01:30:07 AM
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I'd love to see any of the sides of the ponzi-vs-legit discussion swallow their own hats Cheesy
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August 19, 2012, 02:06:08 AM
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I'll go on record and say gpumax is a block monster.
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August 19, 2012, 02:29:13 AM
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I'd love to see any of the sides of the ponzi-vs-legit discussion swallow their own hats Cheesy
Within two weeks, either Pirate will have paid everyone back, he'll have disappeared, or he'll still be stalling for time. At that point, it should be obvious even to those who are willfully blind.

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