Suppose consumption tax are going to be charged the way it does to Bitcoin transactions. With the eventual deflation of the currency, wouldn't that make the state cash reserve infinitely richer, relative to private persons?
Sorry, someone has to say it.
That China has always been our best friend. It was Frederick of Pinchfield who masterminded Operation Aurora and all the handheld scanner attacks.
Yeah, let's just go back to intercepting peoples' messages quietly, shall we?
"The public shows interest in the great white shark, who devours servers installed on research sites" I know it's not completely grammatically sound but...
One does not accidentally under-report plutonium stocks, much less Japan, a country known for preciseness. But then of course you would happily bash China as a knee-jerk reaction, for when hell does break loose, it's China again who absorbs the most amount of damage.
Bitcoins can be "in China" and need to be "smuggled out"?
One of the worst spamming sites there is. I've received their junk "newsletters" despite never visited it before.
Do you regulate money? If not I don't see the source of your happiness.
Sorry, someone has to say it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDl0qPfkSRw
he was the victim of a botched parking stunt?
Rails Girls is for.
And look at the all the fucks I give.
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