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  1. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    I know there's a lot of gamble to all this, and I...

    I know there's a lot of gamble to all this, and I don't mean to tell you how to roll your dice, but you've got some magical thinking operating-- maybe just make sure that only operates in the spaces...
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    I've never discorded. It's like the old school...

    I've never discorded. It's like the old school Skype or Ventrillo, right?

    I'd be down. I kinda get what you guys are doing and would like to try my hand, but I'd also like to pick your brains to...
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    What is your insight into exchanges that allows...

    What is your insight into exchanges that allows you to profit? Are you arbitraging across exchanges? Or is it as simple as buy order at X and sell order at x*>1, rinse and repeat? How do you...
  4. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    Keith, what exchange do you use? Ong? It seems...

    Keith, what exchange do you use? Ong? It seems like Coinbase or the like would evaporate any short term trade gains via fees.

    Also, buying at X and selling at X*1.05 sounds great, but I've a...
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    It feels like GTA III architecture. From the...

    It feels like GTA III architecture. From the street it looks ok, from the air it looks fine, but you go inside and it's oddly cavernous, corridors suddenly become rooms, rooms become other rooms, it...
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    What are your thoughts behind the ADA trades? Is...

    What are your thoughts behind the ADA trades? Is it just swing trading, or are you short on ADA in the long run?
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    Nah, we've had some pretty awful presidents...

    Nah, we've had some pretty awful presidents before-- but we def are at the end of a cycle in which the people who stand to profit off of dismantling the framework that supports functional capitalism...
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    Thanks for ratcheting down-- I feel like I've...

    Thanks for ratcheting down-- I feel like I've noticed a lot of people learning the value of this over the past year or so of super contentious times, especially myself. It can be fun to sling poo,...
  9. Thread: Back from Break

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    I remember you username, vaguely. Every time I...

    I remember you username, vaguely.

    Every time I type in the url to come here I feel like one of Dawn of the Dead's zombies, without immediate base stimuli, I just wander on over to the mall out of...
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    I think this is in response to Ong, but just to...

    I think this is in response to Ong, but just to be clear, I skipped passed a bunch of posts and just now noticed that Ong also was complaining about walls of text. I wasn't saying it as a way to...
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    He literally suggested more of their paid time...

    He literally suggested more of their paid time should be time training, and you responded with "BUT THEN THEY CAN'T BE DOING COP STUFF!"

    disingenuous? wtf are you even talking about?
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    I got tired of the walls of text, but this has to...

    I got tired of the walls of text, but this has to be the quote of the last few pages. IF YOU TRAIN THE COPS, THEY'LL BE TRAINING, AND IF THEY'RE TRAINING THEY CAN'T BE COPPING!!

    Edit: not gonna...
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    Well, this is why we have all different degrees...

    Well, this is why we have all different degrees of murder and manslaughter. It would appear that Kim Potter, the cop who shot Dante Wright, really did have a tragically consequential brain fart. ...
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    Yeah, I was just kinda using your post as a...

    Yeah, I was just kinda using your post as a starting point-- I should have clarified that more.

    And agreed, the institution of American policing is deeply sick. It's evolved to exacerbate the...
  15. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    oh, and what's your theory?

    oh, and what's your theory?
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    I think a ton of it is speculative retail...

    I think a ton of it is speculative retail investors. BTC, I'd guess is most coin buyer's first coin. So Elon tweets, or some positive story is published that reaches a new audience, or whatever,...
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    I agree with the sentiment. Though I do think...

    I agree with the sentiment. Though I do think it's absurd (at least after the body cam video came out) for people to be treating Ma'khia Bryant's killing as equivalent to George Floyds. It for sure...
  18. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    Ok, ok, fair enough. So your position is best...

    Ok, ok, fair enough. So your position is best summed up as crypto is a risky investment? Seems fair. I think most if not everyone agrees. People have different risk tolerances. We're probably...
  19. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    shoulda put it all on doge!

    shoulda put it all on doge!
  20. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    Poop, you're misrepresenting everyone's positions...

    Poop, you're misrepresenting everyone's positions including your own. You're the naysayer saying crypto is a bad bet. Everyone else seems to be unsure but thinks to a greater or lesser extent it's...
  21. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    You missed the thought experiment. You are...

    You missed the thought experiment. You are sitting in the twilight of the gold standard insisting that it's fine, it always has been fine, fiat can't possibly work, it's inherently unstable, would...
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    On choke hold bans, check out Sam Harris' podcast...

    On choke hold bans, check out Sam Harris' podcast Making Sense #246 with Rener Gracie. I'm pretty hard in the camp of "we've tried reform and additional training (increase police funding) time and...
  23. Thread: Cryptocurrencies

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    Since we're talking about inflation: BTC's...

    Since we're talking about inflation:

    BTC's finite supply makes it inherently more stable than fiat, but it also gives it a ticking clock towards obsolescence. I suppose there can be a fork or...
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    Let's try this again. Let's imagine a world in...

    Let's try this again. Let's imagine a world in which the current, long standing, monetary system is fundamentally broken and running on a combination of steam and momentum, and an alternate system...
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    Poop, how do you imagine the nascent stages of a...

    Poop, how do you imagine the nascent stages of a future currency would look? Particularly, in a world of centrally controlled currencies, how do you imagine the period would look in which...
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