• danda's Avatar
    04-26-2016, 04:27 PM
    btw, even though coinbase has been around for a while and seems "legit" they have frozen many customer's funds. I've seen many complaints of this on reddit. Once that happens, people have no recourse but to comply with demands or forfeit their funds. just google: coinbase freeze site:reddit.com
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    04-26-2016, 04:01 PM
    It's a bad idea to keep money on exchanges. They disappear and run off with people's funds practically every month. I would've thought people would've learned that lesson by now. but to each their own.... horse to water: https://www.bitaddress.org ( click "Paper wallet", print, send funds to address. Put in secure place. done. )
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    04-25-2016, 11:46 PM
    I hope you aren't using Coinbase for anything more than a quick fiat -> btc exchange. Here's a hint: bitcoin was created to remove points of central control and trusted third parties such as banks. Coinbase is essentially a bitcoin bank. see the problem? said another way: if you don't personally hold the private keys to your bitcoin... they are not YOUR bitcoin. at any moment... poof!
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    04-24-2016, 10:52 AM
    so you DID NOT purchase silver then. If you did, you would have it in your possession.
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    04-22-2016, 08:33 AM
    Look who got beat with the ugly stick!
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    04-21-2016, 12:10 AM
    Reminds me a bit of Reese Witherspoon's character in FreeWay. She also grew up in "the system" and wouldn't take crap from anybody.
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    04-19-2016, 03:45 PM
    I wonder how often it floods.
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    04-15-2016, 06:43 PM
    That is the Archbishop of Canterbury (Æthelhard or Wulfred - probably Wulfred). Mmmmm ... yes and no, kinda-sorta. (About the "Anglican" thing, I mean. They're both definitely Catholic.) "Anglican" doesn't necessarily refer to the official, state-endorsed "Church of England" after Henry VIII's break with Rome in the 1530s (although it is often used in that sense). It can also mean the (Catholic) Church in England since the establishment of the Archbishopric of Canterbury in the 500s or 600s. English/Anglo-Saxon Catholics thought of themselves as "Anglicans" - which to them just meant "members of the (Catholic) Church 'in' or 'of' England." So prior to Henry VIII, the Archbishop of Canterbury would have been both a Catholic and an Anglican, whereas after Henry VIII, he was just an Anglican ...
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    04-08-2016, 03:11 PM
    I wish Jefferson had said that quote, but according to snopes, that is not the case. We in the liberty movement really should stop mis-quoting him. From: http://www.snopes.com/quotes/jefferson/banks.asp
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    04-07-2016, 05:47 PM
    wow, this site just became a much more pleasant place!
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    04-07-2016, 11:21 AM
    The book "Dinosaurs and the expanding earth" goes into a quite a bit of detail and math about incoming space dust. The author of the book believes that is the primary cause. However even he admits that if so, it must mean that the earth passes through regions of space with significantly greater amounts of dust from time to time, as present rates are not sufficient to account for it, using best known estimates. Personally I think that cosmic dust does contribute (logically it HAS to) but is not the primary mechanism driving expansion.
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    04-07-2016, 09:39 AM
    many of the things we take for granted today as established science was once controversial and the establishment scientists of the time fought against them. I don't think anyone can argue that we today have it all figured out. Therefore, I prefer to read about and keep an open mind to fresh ideas rather than simply accepting what the scientific consensus of the day dictates. If there is one thing I have learned in my various readings, it is that there is a scientific establishment and it works very hard to protect the status quo. If you looked seriously into the expanding earth theory by reading the books and papers on the topic, and watching the various lectures available on youtube you might begin to agree that there is considerable evidence for the theory and that it in fact makes more logical sense than "conveyor belt" plate tectonics and an ancient pangea surrounded everywhere by ocean. But then, I guess it is much easier to quote a wikipedia page than exert any effort into looking beyond scientific orthodoxy of our time.
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    I must say, sir... that You Rock. Thank you very much for your posts in the "corporate profits decoupling from PMs" thread. I have learned a lot. Scary, but awesome. Cheers.
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