I've actually been relatively open-minded about Bitcoin in general, but this really does make them look like they're trying to cut everyone off and make off with the money. I mean, the combination of risk and technical know-how here really ought to result in a certain standard of paranoia.
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I have a feeling you're basically describing Reddit. I have no doubt that there's an
He is implying that that is what we are heading for, yes.
What crap. A friend of one of my daughter's friends is a transplant recipient. I met her at a Halloween party a couple of years ago. She's about 13 now, I think.
Are you trolling? Are you trolling? Damn you, internet.
I assume your parent post is talking about 'conspiracy' to commit certain crimes. IANAL, but I agree with your logic - the material did not constitute conspiracy.
I think they were probably just remarking on something statistically unusual.
So one has to wonder - will a boycott have a significant effect?
Sounds like they're gearing up for a gritty reboot.
Oh and please stop being such a humourless git.
Now that's funny.
Living thing: a 3D pattern that attempts to reproduce itself.
I think we are looking for carbon-based life. Energy-based life would not be easy to make friends with (let's face it - at the end of the day, we're just lonely).
I know the person who modded this flamebait meant well, but in all seriousness: if you trust the Daily Mail, you will become dangerously misinformed.
I didn't give the challenge a serious go, but stage 1 just seems convoluted - why is it the mark of a good code cracker to recognise x86 bytecode?