Never thought about this before, but the #Firefox "Reader View" is a decent way to bypass some adblock detectors.

Thank-you so much for the sweet, funny and inappropriate birthday wishes. And a belated happy birthday to you @mydogisahusky

Guess who is going to be 51 in 12 hours? This girl!!!! I LOVE having birthdays! And 51 is a prime which precedes 52 which adds up to 7, my last name and there are that many cards in a deck. Oooohhhhh, it is going to be the best year yet. My wish is that all of you are as happy and joyful as I am on your next birthday with as much to look forward to.

I sold my Rolex the other day and will sell my truck in the next couple of weeks- both choices I am making before buying dollars with my bitcoin. DO NOT THROW GOOD MONEY AFTER BAD!

A year ago, I suggested that $1500 was a realistic price point for bitcoin. EVERYBODY. E V E R Y B O D Y said I was an idiot. Several "thought leaders" and trading icons said it would never go below $10K and that I knew nothing about economics or trading. (I guess they really don't know who I am or what I do.)

I am watching "Bernie" with Jack Black. If you've seen it and don't tell me that he is a serial killer if he is, I will be upset with you.

I am so relieved the media and talking heads are back on the BITCOIN IS DEAD train.

the more I learn about SF angel/VC culture, tech investing, big tech cabals, the SF founder / pm loop, the more I think it's a degenerate manifestation of a late stage fiat gorgefest where money is cheap and failure is rewarded.

The following bitcoin addresses have been placed on a sanctions list by US authorities:

149w62rY42aZBox8fGcmqNsXUzSStKeq8C 1AjZPMsnmpdK2Rv9KQNfMurTXinscVro9V

I wonder what will come of this? What happens if those addresses start spamming random active addresses on the blockchain with small amount of BTC? This sanction will be very messy and difficult to enforce lol.

It is near the end of the year and people are looking for tax-deductible donations. May I suggest the World of Endless Possibilities Church, the mission is in the name. :)

2 years ago I wrote to Arch Motorcycles to ask if they'd build me a bike with a sidecar for Tucker that I could pay for in btc. The price was $630 a bitcoin. Price is still 10x from there which is better than any biz, real estate or investment deal I did in 30 years.

youtu.be/81X9iaXcL5U

I suggest watching the above as well as the Pt 2. if you are at all interested in what the conversation was pre-Obama regarding the IRS. AFTER this is when Lerner targeted libertarians and stole money from us without a charge or a day in court.

@BitcoinBelle Woohoo! Excited to read this. Thanks very much for the notes :)

despair

aspired

It's all about how you look at it.

I cannot promote my "Cryptonautica Series", the first work of fiction on bitcoin and the Silk Road, on Amazon because it has "erotic and mature content" but murder would be okay. sheesh!

Bitcoin doesn't share your identity but banks do.

Bitcoin doesn't close after a bell, on weekends, or holidays but Markets do.

Bitcoin doesn't hold and use your money between transference of ownership but banks and Fed do.

Bitcoin doesn't charge you to save or use your property but banks and Fed do.

Bitcoin doesn't require you share your identity but banks do.

Bitcoin doesn't require you have a parent's signature prior to legal age but banks do.

How has bitcoin failed again?
Methinks not.

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