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July 28, 2012, 09:08:35 PM
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Oh yeah? Well JRQznf41 to you!

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July 28, 2012, 09:11:21 PM
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Oh yeah? Well JRQznf41 to you!

The genetics of mental retardation? Because I'm a JR? (JR Qznf41)

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July 28, 2012, 09:13:54 PM
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What is this?  Godaddy coupon code?

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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July 28, 2012, 09:16:09 PM
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Add some context Bruno.  People aren't going to take you seriously if you don't.  Which programme was it an affiliate code for before Bitcoin and what's it's current use that you believe connects dots?

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If I found a personalized affiliate code used for some well known company (not a Bitcoin entity) first used BBC (before Bitcoin), and that same code is used today directly linking to Bitcoin-type enterprises, namely key player(s) in this fiasco, would that be relevant? And what are the chances of any personalize affiliate code being abandoned, then picked up or transferred to some other (which I don't think is possible, but this is an important question in case I'm wrong).

If my research, which includes the above, is correct, then I'm taken aback by what I've discovered.

As you've already chosen to start this thread, you need to dump the rest of the information here now - otherwise people just get pissed off.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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July 28, 2012, 09:16:47 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

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July 28, 2012, 09:17:50 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

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July 28, 2012, 09:20:33 PM
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Maybe Phinneaus discovered a password while scouring the code.

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July 28, 2012, 09:24:06 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

http://www.techxav.com/2010/01/31/how-we-scale-techxav/  --->   http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/web-hosting.aspx?isc=IAPtno17  --->   http://www.bizapedia.com/fl/BAYSHORE-INVESTMENT-HOLDINGS-LLC.html  (the last link is where I'm only 87% sure of a Tom Williams connection--in between I'm 99% of a ZT/Bitcoinica connection)

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July 28, 2012, 09:25:03 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

http://www.techxav.com/2010/01/31/how-we-scale-techxav/  --->   http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/web-hosting.aspx?isc=IAPtno17  --->   http://www.bizapedia.com/fl/BAYSHORE-INVESTMENT-HOLDINGS-LLC.html  (the last link is where I'm only 87% sure of a Tom Williams connection--in between I'm 99% of a ZT/Bitcoinica connection)

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Where do the probabilities come from?

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July 28, 2012, 09:34:27 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

http://www.techxav.com/2010/01/31/how-we-scale-techxav/  --->   http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/web-hosting.aspx?isc=IAPtno17  --->   http://www.bizapedia.com/fl/BAYSHORE-INVESTMENT-HOLDINGS-LLC.html  (the last link is where I'm only 87% sure of a Tom Williams connection--in between I'm 99% of a ZT/Bitcoinica connection)

~Bruno~


Where do the probabilities come from?

From my head. (maybe I shouldn't have penned that, considering...) Seriously, it's only a guesstimation on my part. And I just realized that I quote the wrong post, but it doesn't matter.

Follow the code and see who else is using it. I found a Barry (ring a bell?) Lingle via that means. You'll discover he's a Forex trader.

~Bruno~
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July 28, 2012, 09:41:55 PM
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Didnt follow the Zhou Tong lead on this, but the some peeps that were stooged by Mr. Williams will be delighted to read this.
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July 28, 2012, 09:42:05 PM
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Children! Do I need to bust out the belt on your asses? We don't use the Z word around this house!

http://www.techxav.com/2010/01/31/how-we-scale-techxav/  --->   http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/web-hosting.aspx?isc=IAPtno17  --->   http://www.bizapedia.com/fl/BAYSHORE-INVESTMENT-HOLDINGS-LLC.html  (the last link is where I'm only 87% sure of a Tom Williams connection--in between I'm 99% of a ZT/Bitcoinica connection)

~Bruno~


Where do the probabilities come from?

From my head. (maybe I shouldn't have penned that, considering...) Seriously, it's only a guesstimation on my part. And I just realized that I quote the wrong post, but it doesn't matter.

Follow the code and see who else is using it. I found a Barry (ring a bell?) Lingle via that means. You'll discover he's a Forex trader.

~Bruno~


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So you are saying you are 99.999% positive?


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July 28, 2012, 09:45:53 PM
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Can you explain it to me like I'm five?  I'm having trouble understanding how using GoDaddy for web hosting connects them to any other business in a meaningful way, unless you've discovered a shared account number which you haven't posted or something similar.

Walk us through the whole affiliate thing from before Bitcoin and how it may relate to what's happening now.


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July 28, 2012, 10:10:33 PM
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Can you explain it to me like I'm five?  I'm having trouble understanding how using GoDaddy for web hosting connects them to any other business in a meaningful way, unless you've discovered a shared account number which you haven't posted or something similar.

Walk us through the whole affiliate thing from before Bitcoin and how it may relate to what's happening now.



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July 29, 2012, 12:54:26 AM
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I get back from the warehouse(s) to discover my genius thread was moved. I guess I need to connect the dots and tell the story real slow before I get them BlowBobs (plural, cause I'll deserve them all).

~Bruno~
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July 29, 2012, 01:04:24 AM
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I get back from the warehouse(s) to discover my genius thread was moved. I guess I need to connect the dots and tell the story real slow before I get them BlowBobs (plural, cause I'll deserve them all).

~Bruno~


Why wait?
Get done with it. Spill it out.
Or we call you crazy or genius. The usual, you know. Wink

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I get back from the warehouse(s) to discover my genius thread was moved. I guess I need to connect the dots and tell the story real slow before I get them BlowBobs (plural, cause I'll deserve them all).

~Bruno~


Why wait?
Get done with it. Spill it out.
Or we call you crazy or genius. The usual, you know. Wink

So much love!  Grin Maybe I should hold the information hostage for X BTC and ask for donations payola to continue. When I get none, I will DEMAND two BlowBobs from BadBear.   Cry

~Bruno~

PS: I guess I'll be the one providing the "expect mass leak soon", albeit one drip from the facet at a time. For the rest of the night, I will be posting to this thread the lineage, promising to type slowly so that any 5-year-old can follow along.
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I get back from the warehouse(s) to discover my genius thread was moved. I guess I need to connect the dots and tell the story real slow before I get them BlowBobs (plural, cause I'll deserve them all).

~Bruno~


Why wait?
Get done with it. Spill it out.
Or we call you crazy or genius. The usual, you know. Wink

So much love!  Grin Maybe I should hold the information hostage for X BTC and ask for donations payola to continue. When I get none, I will DEMAND two BlowBobs from BadBear.   Cry

~Bruno~

PS: I guess I'll be the one providing the "expect mass leak soon", albeit one drip from the facet at a time. For the rest of the night, I will be posting to this thread the lineage, promising to type slowly so that any 5-year-old can follow along.


You'd better hurry or no-one's going to care.  The first return of funds by the thief is supposed to take place within 24 hours.

All I can say is that this is Bitcoin. I don't believe it until I see six confirmations.
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I get back from the warehouse(s) to discover my genius thread was moved. I guess I need to connect the dots and tell the story real slow before I get them BlowBobs (plural, cause I'll deserve them all).

~Bruno~


Why wait?
Get done with it. Spill it out.
Or we call you crazy or genius. The usual, you know. Wink

So much love!  Grin Maybe I should hold the information hostage for X BTC and ask for donations payola to continue. When I get none, I will DEMAND two BlowBobs from BadBear.   Cry

~Bruno~

PS: I guess I'll be the one providing the "expect mass leak soon", albeit one drip from the facet at a time. For the rest of the night, I will be posting to this thread the lineage, promising to type slowly so that any 5-year-old can follow along.


You'd better hurry or no-one's going to care.  The first return of funds by the thief is supposed to take place within 24 hours.

And he's returning them because of me, with the hope that what I reveal doesn't take on legs. Therefore, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERW8z8Y6MHk



Let's start anew:

From http://www.techxav.com/2010/01/31/how-we-scale-techxav/

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Here are four methods that we are using to improve page responsiveness and reduce traffic and loading time. Actually we have more ambitious plans which will be launched in the future, these plans will help us to handle a higher level of popularity of TechXav:

  • Global CDN: Our readers outside the United States aren’t able to view our articles fast enough, and we apologized for that. We plan to use Global CDN to push our static assets, within the origin of “xavimg.com”. This will eventually improve page responsiveness further.
  • Singapore Mirror: It’s ironic that a Singapore-based website doesn’t have a Singapore Mirror! The average tendency from Singapore to the United States is about 180 milliseconds to 240 milliseconds, which is WAY TOO LONG! We will soon build a local mirror to serve most Asian countries as well as OURSELVES! (We have concerned too much about our US readers,  Grin
  • Rackspace Cloud Sites: It costs $100 a month, and we don’t have that sort of money. It would be great if some of the you guys could support us financially. This will bring TechXav to the next level. Currently, we can only dream about it.

You can support us and help us scale TechXav further and bring us more traffic via the following ways:


The removed links can still be viewed via archive.com. I'll get back to that.

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About Zhou Tong

Zhou Tong is a 15-Year-Old Chinese student who is currently on a scholarship in Singapore. He is an all-rounded tech-savvy teenager - professional web developer (PHP, Ruby on Rails and MySQL), website designer (XHTML/CSS, Internet analyst and a professional tech blogger.

Note the quality of the English here. The English on this Twitter accounts at this time frame were not as good. More on that later, too.

The main link I'm addressing, for now, is Purchase GoDaddy products using our affiliate link. The link URL is http://www.godaddy.com/hosting/web-hosting.aspx?isc=IAPtno17.

IAPtno17 is the unique affiliate code for Godaddy and is nontransferable. Also...

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Chances are good that a direct deposit was set up for payment from Godaddy to whomever controls said affiliate account.

Whois for TechXav:

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The incidents and lawsuit that then followed were the result of a feud between RegisterFly co-owners Kevin Medina and John Naruszewicz, who were at once both business and intimate partners.

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In February 2007 eNom formally severed ties with RegisterFly over continued consumer complaints.[19] John Naruszewicz, a co-owner of RegisterFly, filed suit against his business partner, CEO Kevin Medina (they each were thought to have owned 50% of the company).[11] Medina was fired by RegisterFly, reportedly over civil liabilities relating to allegations of funds mismanagement[20] but Medina and Naruszewicz continued to dispute legal control over the company.[21][22] Meanwhile RegisterFly filed suit against Kevin Medina, alleging he had stolen company funds for a $27,000 male escort service, a $6,000 liposuction procedure, a $10,000/month penthouse apartment in Miami, Florida and a $6,000 chihuahua dog.

After reading the above, does any thread(s?) on this forum come to mind? (I'm not speaking about Bruce Warner) I have one in mind. It's the one where I first published the pic of me wearing a dress and recently bumped. Seriously, but it was a Halloween costume, and as far as I know, I beat to a different drummer.

To be fair, the above is not (yet) part of my official findings, but wanted to post the above last two quotes in case there's a need for me to easily find them later.

Another post coming shortly, continuing the lineage.

~Bruno~
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