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  1. Well, yea I do believe there is something here. I downloaded a wallet and started mining in late spring of 2010 before most people had even heard about bitcoin. You could actually do some mining with an ordinary PC and video card back then because there was no hash traffic. I didn't get but a little over 5 coins total but you couldn't buy them very easily. I even tried selling a $25 Starbucks gift card for 10 coins but got no takers until 1 guy offered me 4 bitcoin, which I took. There were quite a few problems with the blockchain so I quit mining and put the wallet in cold storage until I heard that bitcoin had spiked to over $1,200 about 4 years ago where I dumped all of them except the first one I mined that I'm keeping as a memory of the early days. The market tanked for a couple years so I never went back in as mining became too expensive to be profitable for me. In 2014 I put my investment effort into a coin called Ripple XRP and it has been doing nicely as of late. I probably won't be selling any time soon because I see great long term potential. The bottom line for me is that I see blockchain as a technology [not just coins] that is just getting started because there are so many applications that haven't even been touched yet. There are a few more coins on my buying radar, but it's a "buy and hold" strategy so I don't miss out on big gains like I did with BTC. I have to keep telling myself that I made a great profit so as to not to kick myself for what "could have been" and that it has been way more profitable than a certain other currency "investment" I made so far, so there's that...
  2. The reality is this: Let's go back to 2007: 1 Dinar: Cost $0.0012 1 Bitcoin: Cost $0.50 10 years later: 1 Dinar: Value $0.0012 1 Bitcoin: Value $16,409.00 That's one heck of an "RV"
  3. I don't know how else to say this, but......... WOW. Case against Hillarious and the Email scandal being reopened by FBI! ..... This is going to be a Wild Halloween [Week]. What will the voters say next week? Quote: " Investigators found 650,000 emails on a laptop used by former Rep. Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife Huma Abedin, a close Clinton aide, and underlying metadata suggests thousands of those messages could have been sent to or from the private server that Mrs. Clinton used while she was secretary of state, according to people familiar with the matter. " Trey Gowdy on Fox:
  4. Even for the diehards who would rather have a different candidate, this little speech still goes right to the core of what we know to be true.
  5. Watch how libs react when they learn that Donald Trump's two sons, Donald Jr. and Eric, have killed a Triceratops, and other Dinosaurs on a hunting trip.
  6. When two Oregon Ranchers were contacted by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife authorities about conducting a habitat survey project on their land related to an endangered frog species—which could be used as an excuse to confiscate or interfere with their use of their property— they promptly wrote back: Dear Mr. Niemela: Thank you for your inquiry regarding accessing our property to survey for the yellow-legged frog. We may be able to help you out with this matter. We have divided our 2.26 acres into 75 equal survey units with a draw tag for each unit. Application fees are only $8.00 per unit after you purchase the “Frog Survey License” ($120.00 resident / $180.00 Non-Resident). You will also need to obtain a “Frog Habitat” parking permit ($10.00 per vehicle). You will also need an “Invasive Species” stamp ($15.00 for the first vehicle and $5.00 for each add’l vehicle) You will also want to register at the Check Station to have your vehicle inspected for non-native plant life prior to entering our property. There is also a Day Use fee, $5.00 per vehicle. If you are successful in the Draw you will be notified two weeks in advance so you can make necessary plans and purchase your “Creek Habitat” stamp. ($18.00 Resident / $140.00 Non-Resident). Survey units open between 8am and 3pm but you cannot commence survey until 9am and must cease all survey activity by 1pm.
  7. Trump.... Love 'em or hate 'em... Even Rubio seems to be achieving "clarity" of thought.... The probability of The Donald becoming the Republican Presidential nominee has surged up to a record high 85% this week (as the odds of a brokered convention collapse) as a more mild-mannered and "can't we all get along" Trump begins to creep out of the shadows. As the inevitable event looms - no matter what the establishment tries - increasing numbers of #NeverTrump-ers are slowly but surely moving over to what they pictured before as the dark side. The latest, as The Hill reports, is none other than Marco Rubio who said "[Trump's] performance has improved significantly," urging GOP "let's not divide the party."
  8. The Psychological Reasons Why Trump Has Already Won the Presidency: When 10% of the people take hold of an idea, the idea spreads like wildfire. Scientists from the prestigious Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have determined that if just 10% of any given population holds to an unshakable idea, that the idea will become adopted by the majority of the country. However, the scientists who belong to the Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center (SCNARC) found that if the ideas are shared by less than 10% of the population, the idea will not progress and will eventually die out. The research was first published in a peer reviewed E Journal in an article entitled “Social consensus through the influence of committed minorities.” Computational and analytical methods were used to discover the tipping point where an obscure idea eventually becomes the majority opinion. The finding has dramatic implications for those of us trying to wake up the sheep in this country. The SNARC scientists found that the 10% figure was applicable whether they were talking about the spread of innovations or to advance an ideal. When Donald Trump speaks, 120 million Americans, will somehow be exposed to his message through direct exposure or second hand information passing. Every time Trump speaks, he undoes the power of group think and confirmation bias by the sheer number of people that he reaches with even a single statement. With the veil of lies being lifted, the people are free to see the lies of the elite. Trump has spent $25 million and he has set the psychological mind control agenda of the elite on its ear.
  9. It's ALL a Sweet deal... Until it isn't. How many of you voted for Ross Perot? Sadly, I did... If you don't know what that means [or were too young]. Some things are NEVER forgotten. Kinda like Grandpa hiding his $$$ under a mattress because he didn't trust the banks. He wasn't so dumb after-all, was he? Not saying that DT is all that. Let's just agree to........ "Trust but Verify". Remember who said that?
  10. Had to give you a + LGD, Going out to see the Benghazi Movie this weekend... Should be an eye-opener for [some] Hillarious supporters. But everything is so screwed up and SO easy to take out of context... Like these items [and 1000 more]... "Ted Cruz’s Failure to Disclose Wall Street Loan is a Real Legal Problem" The New York Times first reported that campaign disclosure reports show that before a scheduled run-off in the May 2012 senatorial election, Cruz received a low-interest loan from his wife’s bank, which his campaign committee never reported to the Federal Election Commission. Kenneth A. Gross, a former election commission lawyer who specializes in campaign finance law, said that listing a bank loan in an annual Senate ethics report — which deals only with personal finances — would not satisfy the requirement that it be promptly disclosed to election officials during a campaign. There are two issues behind the Wall Street loans which Ted Cruz omitted from his campaign finance disclosures to the FEC, neither of which have anything to do with a candidate taking out an equity line of credit. To be clear, here’s the federal law that Cruz may have violated: “52 USC 30104 ((2) (6) requires the committee of a federal candidate to disclose on a report filed ‘loans made by or guaranteed by the candidate’ and 52 USC 30104((4)(d) requires the reporting of ‘repayment of loans made by or guaranteed by the candidate'” So the question is, what can happen next? Clearly someone will have to file an official complaint (I have no doubt that will happen). If they do, the FEC could impose fines. The real problem for Cruz is if evidence somehow emerges that this was ‘knowing and willful.’ If that could be demonstrated, then Cruz could potentially be prosecuted criminally by the U.S. Department of Justice, according to campaign finance experts. Cruz insists that it’s not.
  11. Yep. Every one I know by that name spells it right, but pronounces it Hey-Zeus. It's like they're trying to contact an ancient Greek by the same name, but he's been gone even longer.
  12. Wait, I thought that the rut WAS vacation... That hasn't changed, has it?
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