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March 16, 2015, 09:31:18 PM
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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.
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March 16, 2015, 09:32:41 PM
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Well, this just sucks donkey balls!

AM stuff was the last shares I had, after being scammed by ActiveMining, NeoBee, Labcoin, and some others I don't even remember, with PETA I actually made profit from trading it, so AM was my last hope to make profit in the foreseeable future.

This might also be the end of Havelock, the only funds with decent volume were AM funds, it might just not be worthwhile to keep the website online for them.
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March 16, 2015, 09:50:05 PM
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I hope people STOP investing in these unregulated scams after this, but we all know they will not  Undecided
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March 16, 2015, 09:54:51 PM
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Can't believe only one person had the whole control on everything... wtf...

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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.

"Factual basis"?
Wat UB talkin' bout, holmes?  Lemme drop some science on u my brotha--most Earthlings people don't require proofs backed by factses before giving their money to Anons.  The ones that demand rigorous proofs before giving away their money to anonymous strangers typically end up just about where you are now: raped, broke and confused.
So don't u b  blockin' they shine, bro Angry


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March 16, 2015, 10:07:37 PM
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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.

Well ya sure, NLC is a creepy maladjusted quiff who denigrates bitcoin at every turn (which made his advice so unattractive and hard to accept). Roadstress is not so bad and I don't ignore him... but he is on notice Cheesy

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March 16, 2015, 10:08:14 PM
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This might also be the end of Havelock, the only funds with decent volume were AM funds, it might just not be worthwhile to keep the website online for them.

thats going be unregrettable loss chlip chlip
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March 16, 2015, 10:18:02 PM
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I hope people STOP investing in these unregulated scams after this, but we all know they will not  Undecided

Regulation has nothing to do with it. Identity and reputation along with due diligence and proper justice systems  would be fine. As a matter of fact, current regulation environments are why there was a desire for people to invest in pseudonymous companies or individuals and a good excuse to be anonymous as possible for the "investment" offering parties.  

I considered failure of AM as a strong possibility and was nearly convinced of it at first but this is looking more and more like an exit scam at the very most benign of possible scenarios.

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March 16, 2015, 10:24:04 PM
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...As a matter of fact, current regulation environments are dumb, animal greed is why there was a desire for people to invest in pseudonymous companies or individuals and a good excuse to be anonymous as possible for the "investment" offering parties. ...

All fixed.
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March 16, 2015, 10:35:19 PM
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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.

I based my sayings on the lack of any factual basis. The lack of any update regarding the self-mining, the lack of a financial report and the lack of the information overall. All the lacks makes it a factual basis for the dying cash cow that was AM.

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March 16, 2015, 10:46:03 PM
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...As a matter of fact, current regulation environments are dumb, animal greed is why there was a desire for people to invest in pseudonymous companies or individuals and a good excuse to be anonymous as possible for the "investment" offering parties. ...

All fixed.

I don't think there is anything wrong with investing and it's not necessarily greed that motivates investors. Some people genuinely want to see fledgling businesses get start up funds and are willing to take the risk. You are just a sad little beastie who enjoys saying "itodaso" and revels in schadenfreude for whatever reason.  Maybe mommy gave more attention to a sibling than you and the feeling stayed 'til adulthood (if you are, indeed and adult)?

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March 16, 2015, 10:49:29 PM
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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.

I based my sayings on the lack of any factual basis. The lack of any update regarding the self-mining, the lack of a financial report and the lack of the information overall. All the lacks makes it a factual basis for the dying cash cow that was AM.

You were correct in your assessment and I should have listened. My apologies for any vitriol I may have sent in your direction.

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March 16, 2015, 10:54:39 PM
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All the lacks makes it a factual basis for the dying cash cow that was AM.

Of course it doesn't, don't be silly. Like I've told you repeatedly now, you seem not to understand what a fact is as you keep trying to claim that your opinions are facts.
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March 16, 2015, 10:55:03 PM
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...As a matter of fact, current regulation environments are dumb, animal greed is why there was a desire for people to invest in pseudonymous companies or individuals and a good excuse to be anonymous as possible for the "investment" offering parties. ...

All fixed.

I don't think there is anything wrong with investing and it's not necessarily greed that motivates investors. Some people genuinely want to see fledgling businesses get start up funds and are willing to take the risk. You are just a sad little beastie who enjoys saying "itodaso" and revels in schadenfreude for whatever reason.  Maybe mommy gave more attention to a sibling than you and the feeling stayed throughout adulthood?

What, other than greed, could possibly motivate a reasonable individual to invest in a company as diametrically opposed & ruinous to both the democratic beginnings of Bitcoin (people mining with spare CPU cycles) and common sense (not sending money to internet strangers and hoping to see any of it back) as AM is?

But yeah, I do enjoy seeing greed & stupidity punished.  Is that so wrong?

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But yeah, I do enjoy seeing greed & stupidity punished.  Is that so wrong?


I don't know if I would say "wrong" but weird and creepy fur sure. Don't let me stop you from enjoying whatever makes your bum hum. I only know my own intentions but greed is not my highest value in life by far. I will do very well eventually and it will be because I will learn from my mistakes and live in accordance with my highest values. I don't like losing money but losing my integrity is far worse.

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March 16, 2015, 11:32:49 PM
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... I don't like losing money but losing my integrity is far worse.

Then stop lying.  You, like everyone else, invested because you wanted to make money.  You lost it instead.  
My schadenfreude wouldn't be half as freudig if you got robbed on your way to give this money to the poor, or to rescue a kitty from a tree.
You weren't.  
You simply didn't get filthy rich by sitting on your ass.  You got poor, which is all as it should be.  Perfect.
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March 16, 2015, 11:38:27 PM
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... I don't like losing money but losing my integrity is far worse.

Then stop lying.  You, like everyone else, invested because you wanted to make money.  You lost it instead.  
My schadenfreude wouldn't be half as freudig if you got robbed on your way to give this money to the poor, or to rescue a kitty from a tree.
You weren't.  
You simply didn't get filthy rich by sitting on your ass.  You got poor, which is all as it should be.  Perfect.
God’s in His heaven--all’s right with the world Smiley

 Cool

Forgive my petulance and oft-times, I fear, ill-founded criticisms, and forgive me that I have, by this time, made your eyes and head ache with my long letter. But I cannot forgo hastily the pleasure and pride of thus conversing with you.
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March 16, 2015, 11:39:50 PM
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Nothing LambChop or RoadStress said had any factual basis. That makes them about as right as a broken clock.

I based my sayings on the lack of any factual basis. The lack of any update regarding the self-mining, the lack of a financial report and the lack of the information overall. All the lacks makes it a factual basis for the dying cash cow that was AM.

You were correct in your assessment and I should have listened. My apologies for any vitriol I may have sent in your direction.

Thank you. As an advice please remember that it's not about what we should have done, it's about what we learned Smiley

Of course it doesn't, don't be silly. Like I've told you repeatedly now, you seem not to understand what a fact is as you keep trying to claim that your opinions are facts.

Sure sure.

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March 16, 2015, 11:47:12 PM
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Ohhh are we done yet whining?!
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March 16, 2015, 11:52:57 PM
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... I don't like losing money but losing my integrity is far worse.

Then stop lying.  You, like everyone else, invested because you wanted to make money.  You lost it instead.  
My schadenfreude wouldn't be half as freudig if you got robbed on your way to give this money to the poor, or to rescue a kitty from a tree.
You weren't.  
You simply didn't get filthy rich by sitting on your ass.  You got poor, which is all as it should be.  Perfect.
God’s in His heaven--all’s right with the world Smiley

Yeah, O.k.    Roll Eyes  I actually profited wildly on A.M.  I didn't lose money and I still have much more than you ever will have. Deal with it Cheesy

I don't sit on my ass. I work hard for what I have and I have a passion for learning to be more efficiently productive to satisfy any greed I may have. You are the one who sits around posting crap on a forum wasting all your precious time.

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