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    Let's see now, Hillary was a sure thing according to CNN and the rest of fake news.
    Wow Mr. Earl, the stupid is strong in you today.

    Clinton was well inside the polling margin of error and won the popular vote.

    Or are you still clinging to this orange cunto "THREE MILLION FAKE VOTERS VOTED FOR HILLARY! SAD!" bullshit?
    The news didn't say she would win the popular vote and be an also ran,it said she was a shoe in.Your just grasping at straws to save face.
    No it didn't, you senile coffin dodger. It said she would win by 3.2 points. She won by 2.1 points.

    Are you fucking stupid or something?

    It was the quirks of the electoral college that gave orange cunto the Whitehouse (and tough shit, Clinton shouldn't have been so complacent).

    Who needs to save face in front of a blathering old fool like you?


    So trying still to save face, the electoral college is how the presidential election works,and all the name calling you can come up with will not change that.

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    ^True, but you are still a fool who relies on a flawed system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    ^True, but you are still a fool who relies on a flawed system.
    And somehow you are above it all...

    How preciously convenient that is indeed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post

    You might be surprised seeing how much of the driving force behind Bitcoin is not from culturaly myopic and arrogant westerners. (Read, China, Russia, Japan)
    Hey Earl,

    When do ya sell those and pull ya profit ?

    The increase in their value has been meteoric.

    Gota pull and cash in huh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
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    You might be surprised seeing how much of the driving force behind Bitcoin is not from culturaly myopic and arrogant westerners. (Read, China, Russia, Japan)
    Hey Earl,

    When do ya sell those and pull ya profit ?

    The increase in their value has been meteoric.

    Gota pull and cash in huh.
    The Bitcoin market is kinda the gold standard of the cryptocurrency world.
    Personally I'm buying in as a hedge to the systematic devaluation of government fiat currency.

    Many are predicting 3-10 years from now a Bitcoin will be worth $1 million usd.

    I'm specculating some small amounts on other Alt-coins to feel the market.

    There now more than 800 alt-coins, with 9 major ones.

    We are witnessing what amounts to the birth of brand new paradigm of finance, outside government.

    There are many unknowns, which is why most people will be sitting on the sidelines waiting for governmemt to tell them what to do.
    That aint gonna happen here, me thinks.

    In the USA and most global banking cartel owned media, this info is being kept from the public.
    From the Gospel of Earl

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    ^

    Those bit-coins are awfully expensive right now Earl.

    I hope ya not buying at the top of the market.

    Good luck with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
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    Let's see now, Hillary was a sure thing according to CNN and the rest of fake news.
    Wow Mr. Earl, the stupid is strong in you today.

    Clinton was well inside the polling margin of error and won the popular vote.

    Or are you still clinging to this orange cunto "THREE MILLION FAKE VOTERS VOTED FOR HILLARY! SAD!" bullshit?
    The news didn't say she would win the popular vote and be an also ran,it said she was a shoe in.Your just grasping at straws to save face.
    No it didn't, you senile coffin dodger. It said she would win by 3.2 points. She won by 2.1 points.

    Are you fucking stupid or something?

    It was the quirks of the electoral college that gave orange cunto the Whitehouse (and tough shit, Clinton shouldn't have been so complacent).

    Who needs to save face in front of a blathering old fool like you?


    So trying still to save face, the electoral college is how the presidential election works,and all the name calling you can come up with will not change that.
    That's what I just said, you moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    ^

    Those bit-coins are awfully expensive right now Earl.

    I hope ya not buying at the top of the market.

    Good luck with it.
    There certainly is some risk.

    After studying the market and understanding where and what establishes the value of the bitcoin, I quite sure we are witnessing the next dawn of the internet evolution.
    For those of us who missed out on the big boom of the mid 1990's this is our next chance.

    The scary part I reckon, is how the government and the global banking cartels deal with this very real threat to the fraudulent fiat banking and a threat to warmongering government stability, which is based on selling war and conflict to a naive subservient docile brainwashed public.

    They could turn off the internet I suppose. But it seems like the cat is already out of the bag.
    The next few years we are going to see rapid social changes like we never dreamed of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post
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    ^True, but you are still a fool who relies on a flawed system.
    And somehow you are above it all...

    How preciously convenient that is indeed...
    Indeed I am. I get further away from the banal and witless peasantry every time you post your retarded student theories about 'real life'.

    You wouldn't recognize reality if it bit you on your sorry ass. You are an old man regressing through childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
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    ^True, but you are still a fool who relies on a flawed system.
    And somehow you are above it all...

    How preciously convenient that is indeed...
    Indeed I am. I get further away from the banal and witless peasantry every time you post your retarded student theories about 'real life'.

    You wouldn't recognize reality if it bit you on your sorry ass. You are an old man regressing through childhood.

    And I suppose you have something other to offer than your vapid, torrid, rather meaningless hysteria.

    Do you have any thoughts other than what is spoonfed from MSM?

    How about those Russians!

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    Bitcoin is going to have to crash, by the very nature of its meteoric rise.

    If you look at so many previous cases of the same kind of bubble, the psychology of it that when people owning shares in that company see their investment increasing in value, the get all enthusiastic and do all they can to push up the price in whatever way they can. Then when it becomes so high it becomes unsustainable, many sell out, making a huge profit.....but also triggering a huge sell-off.

    We have to ask ourselves : is there any real fundamental strength in Bitcoin, in that there are physical assets ?

    This is the time to become very nervous, Earl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    This is the time to become very nervous, Earl.
    I expect His Worst Nightmare will arrive any minute now...

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    What are the bitcoin odds that Earl doesn't actually even own any bitcoin and all this is based off of some article he read and half-understood? Quite high I'd imagine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson
    all this is based off of some article he read and half-understood
    ...while literally pissed out of his brain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post

    We have to ask ourselves : is there any real fundamental strength in Bitcoin, in that there are physical assets ?
    ^Typical MSM scare tactics.

    Indeed the fundamental strengh of Bitcoin and the alt-coins off shoots, is the decentralized blockchain structure, and the many underlying future, business and management applications.
    Your own bitcoin wallet is like having you own swiss bank account, but much much better, as no government can touch it, and you can transfer/access your bitcoin for a fraction of the banking fees currently extorted.

    Bear in mind the fiat currencies are no longer backed in gold, silver or anything other than blind faith in a government bent on stirring up hate and global conflict, to sell more weapons.

    The advent of the decentralized blockchain technologies means people can have direct control over their own assets, and tools to manage their own lives free of big central government intrusion.

    Many things can happen and there will certainly be market ups and downs.
    One of the major driving forces is how government overspending and ridiculous debt accumulation is not sustainable.
    The central banking cartel is the biggest house of cards there is.
    The next few years will be interesting to watch.

    The so called financial experts mostly are clueless. (Recall 1994, expert Paul Krugman compared the internet as nothing more significant than a fax machine!) (Today's gold expert Peter Schiff compares bitcoin to beanie babies!)
    Some big players are poised to enter the game over the next few months, which will be a game changer which will send Bitcoin value to the moon and back!
    $10,000.00 to $500,000.00 bitcoin is not a stretch of imagination at all.

    Those who are waiting for a big bitcoin crash will likely be waiting for a long time.
    It is possible, which is why one should not have all your eggs in one basket.
    Having a few bitcoin is a pretty smart move imho.
    I bought in a few weeks ago at $2200-2400. Today it hit $4500, and will very likely go to $7000-8000 by the end of the year. Some people are saying before the end of September!

    If it all crashes and they turn off the internet, it wont be the end of the world, seeing how I also produce food, building supplies and ride bicycles as part of the big plan.
    But if there is a run on the banks like in Greece, and the banks close their doors, sitting on some bitcoin will seem like a mighty attractive position to be in.
    Last edited by Mr Earl; 18-08-2017 at 06:40 PM.

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    Don't you think that a lot of the growth will be absorbed by the other crypto-currencies that people are pushing upward like self-fulfilling phophecies, trying to increase the market value of them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl
    It is possible, which is why one should not have all your eggs in one basket.
    you make it sound as if all the other eggs have severely cracked shells, the basket is falling apart and farming will be the salvation of us all..."the sky is falling" is as shaky an investment theme as hyper-bitcoinage enthusiasm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    Don't you think that a lot of the growth will be absorbed by the other crypto-currencies that people are pushing upward like self-fulfilling phophecies, trying to increase the market value of them ?
    It all bears watching, the current market capitalization is tiny compared to what it could be once mainstream financials take notice.

    Understanding the new blockchain technologies and possible future applications is key.

    Centralized institutions like Amazon, YouTube, Google, Facebook, central banks, central governments are all possible casualties with this blockchain.development.
    We are sailing into completely uncharted waters.

    No one really knows what is going to happen, except that it is indeed happenning, and will continue to happen.
    Growing pains and corrections will invariably take place, as will greedy speculation and attempts to manipulate the markets.
    The thing to be aware of is much of the engine driving these changes resides outside of our trusted western consumerism culture.

    Enjoy the ride,

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
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    Wow Mr. Earl, the stupid is strong in you today.

    Clinton was well inside the polling margin of error and won the popular vote.

    Or are you still clinging to this orange cunto "THREE MILLION FAKE VOTERS VOTED FOR HILLARY! SAD!" bullshit?
    The news didn't say she would win the popular vote and be an also ran,it said she was a shoe in.Your just grasping at straws to save face.
    No it didn't, you senile coffin dodger. It said she would win by 3.2 points. She won by 2.1 points.

    Are you fucking stupid or something?

    It was the quirks of the electoral college that gave orange cunto the Whitehouse (and tough shit, Clinton shouldn't have been so complacent).

    Who needs to save face in front of a blathering old fool like you?


    So trying still to save face, the electoral college is how the presidential election works,and all the name calling you can come up with will not change that.
    That's what I just said, you moron.

    Maybe so but you said it in an effort to support the major news predicting a landslide victory for Hillary, any way you cut it that prediction didn't come true. Admit it your face saving effort failed, as did Hillary's pathetic run for the presidency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
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    The news didn't say she would win the popular vote and be an also ran,it said she was a shoe in.Your just grasping at straws to save face.
    No it didn't, you senile coffin dodger. It said she would win by 3.2 points. She won by 2.1 points.

    Are you fucking stupid or something?

    It was the quirks of the electoral college that gave orange cunto the Whitehouse (and tough shit, Clinton shouldn't have been so complacent).

    Who needs to save face in front of a blathering old fool like you?


    So trying still to save face, the electoral college is how the presidential election works,and all the name calling you can come up with will not change that.
    That's what I just said, you moron.

    Maybe so but you said it in an effort to support the major news predicting a landslide victory for Hillary, any way you cut it that prediction didn't come true. Admit it your face saving effort failed, as did Hillary's pathetic run for the presidency.
    Again, you dick, no-one predicted a "landslide" victory when all the polls had her marginally in front.

    This is an invention of retards attempting to gloat.

    You know, like.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl
    Your Worst Nightmare

    A successful Trump presidency
    ok earl...

    if trump's presidency is successful, why have so many senior staffers been fired?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
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    Your Worst Nightmare

    A successful Trump presidency
    ok earl...

    if trump's presidency is successful, why have so many senior staffers been fired?
    Ray, you really are way behind the curve on this one.

    You are asking the wrong questions.

    Maybe the questions you should be asking are; why doesn't the Donald chase opinion polls like all the previous Presidents in recent history?

    Or maybe you should be asking; how does Trump manage to continue to lead the narrative via simple late night twitter/twaddle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl View Post
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    Your Worst Nightmare

    A successful Trump presidency
    ok earl...

    if trump's presidency is successful, why have so many senior staffers been fired?
    Ray, you really are way behind the curve on this one.

    You are asking the wrong questions.

    Maybe the questions you should be asking are; why doesn't the Donald chase opinion polls like all the previous Presidents in recent history?

    Or maybe you should be asking; how does Trump manage to continue to lead the narrative via simple late night twitter/twaddle?
    The only reason the questions are 'wrong' is that you cannot answer them. Your body swerve on that one would have made a slalom skier proud.

    If bitcoin gets too big, the major financial groups will swallow it whole and own it. More likely, the bubble will burst and you will be burned with it.
    Your ROI would be better value from a Phuket hooker scam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
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    Your Worst Nightmare

    A successful Trump presidency
    ok earl...

    if trump's presidency is successful, why have so many senior staffers been fired?
    Ray, you really are way behind the curve on this one.

    You are asking the wrong questions.

    Maybe the questions you should be asking are; why doesn't the Donald chase opinion polls like all the previous Presidents in recent history?

    Or maybe you should be asking; how does Trump manage to continue to lead the narrative via simple late night twitter/twaddle?
    The only reason the questions are 'wrong' is that you cannot answer them. Your body swerve on that one would have made a slalom skier proud.

    If bitcoin gets too big, the major financial groups will swallow it whole and own it. More likely, the bubble will burst and you will be burned with it.
    Your ROI would be better value from a Phuket hooker scam.

    Pay close attention to what Bannon does next.

    Unlike you and libtard precious snowflake media, Trump and team are not playing tiddly winks or checkers.

    They are playing the long game of chess, which clearly you are quite incapable of following.

    As to your comment about Bitcoin only shows how precious little you understand, and what you think you know is simply rubbish spoonfed from corporate media.

    Thinking for yourself, Switchy poo? Probably will never, ever happen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Earl
    Trump and team are not playing tiddly winks or checkers.
    They are playing the long game of chess
    ...more like chutes and ladders...

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