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Author Topic: It's the end 2013 - Pirate has cut and run along with his shills - Discuss  (Read 1626 times)
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August 01, 2012, 11:43:16 PM
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By mid 2013, I will be very rich even if he runs.
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August 01, 2012, 11:49:09 PM
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People still waiting for the ASIC.
You have to pretend BFLs claim work out.

Yep.  If there is a rule laid out in the OP, you have to follow it or risk being moderated.

I apologize, I never saw any guideline for such. I just figured in off-topic anything goes.

Threads on off-topic still have topics. Just not a topic suitable for any other sub-forum Wink
Now I'll be banned for posting an off-topic reply  Cry

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August 02, 2012, 12:37:51 AM
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I doubt he'll try a fake "crowd source for lawyer funds"

to do that you need a lawyer, a real one. That's something that can be verified and real lawyers have some skin in the game so without a guarantee of at least tens of millions there is no way a real lawyer would be the front for a con.
The pay off, to risk ratio is too low.


There are plenty of other scams he/they could run though.

Just in case you feel compelled to lighten your load:
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