marc
2 days ago
I know there's mass euphoria due to crypto gains right now, BSV not excluded. But just remember - if they all go up together, they also go down together. I don't see it as anything more than another Tether market injection. Thoughts?
marc
2 days ago
Not realistic, even for people who have traveled a lot in their life.
marc
2 days ago
I think all the gains were are seeing right now is from newly printed Tether. They go up together, they go down together.
marc
2 days ago
$1000 BSV? That's an easy pizza :)
marc
3 days ago
kek glad you like my webms, I'm the retard who spams biz with them. I'll make more tomorrow. Converting to gif really butchers the quality though.
marc
4 days ago
Chart is looking fire right now
marc
1 week ago
Good chance she is a keeper.
marc
1 week ago
They want to ban Q because 1) they know it's real and 2) it's a growing threat to deep state perception control. There is no stopping it.
marc
1 week ago
Movement is growing rapidly and they are getting scared. It has gotten to the point now where even normies everywhere has started talking about Q. What is surprising, is that after almost 2½ years, with thousands of smear articles from the media, not a single presstitute has asked Trump (or any of his admin officials) about Q. Because they know the answer already - it's real.
marc
2 weeks ago
This is nonsense.
marc
2 weeks ago
Q is a confirmed White House communication backchannel. It's literally an information campaign by Trump's NSA/DIA to disseminate information outside the controlled and corrupt mainstream media. There are hundreds of proofs that confirm this already. One of the most blatant ones is Michael Flynn the former DIA director taking the Q oath: https://twitter.com/GenFlynn/status/1279590652200849409 The movement will only grow. Catch up or you will get left behind because there is no stopping that train.
marc
2 weeks ago
Seconded.
marc
2 weeks ago
Such a great game. FF7, 8, 9 and 10 were childhood favorites. I bet you are going to enjoy this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-0G_FI61a8
marc
2 weeks ago
I don't personally have one, but I remember seeing this video about Dolly's Braces in James Bond and found it highly bizarre to say the least https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKptMhaTiYI Everything about this phenomenon is just fucking weird.
marc
2 weeks ago
Love it
marc
2 weeks ago
Looks good! I like simple nutritious meals.
marc
2 weeks ago
No. Culture is just a word for collective social behaviors, and if we could not make judgement on what is good and bad behaviors then why even have a legal system? Why have a moral code? What does it even mean to strive, progress and achieve if we are not allowed to make value judgment on behaviors - both for the individual and collective? This idea that all cultures are equal or equally good is cultural/moral relativism and it is ideological cancer. If everything is good, then nothing is good. It eliminates the possibility for anything to be good in the first place. While it might be politically incorrect to say in certain circles, Some cultures ARE better than others, and it is the reason why most people would rather live in South Korea than in North Korea, despite being the same peoples.
marc
2 weeks ago
Indeed having your thoughts stored literally forever has a lot of risk associated with it. I do believe this permanence is causing a sort of chilling effect, where people are discouraged from sharing their real thoughts because it can never be taken back. Or sharing an image because what if it is under copyright? Or, if you make a mistake or type something out by accident. Maybe while drunk. Or in a passionate moment. The consequences of speech can be huge, and what people find offensive today might be very different than what people will destroy your life for in 5, 10 or 20 years. Or even make life difficult for your great grandchildren in 100 years. The implications of permanent and immutable writing needs a lot of thought.
marc
2 weeks ago
At the precipice of a new era. Forces of darkness and corruption have been totally exposed, which causes people to wake up faster than ever before. We are in the middle of a spiritual war for the soul of humanity. Our fate depends on entirely on who wins.
marc
2 weeks ago
The only planet we are even remotely capable of colonizing is Mars, and it's not a pleasant place conducive to human life. It's a giant dusty rock with no atmosphere. I don't get the hype. Earth is pretty damn amazing in comparison.
marc
2 weeks ago
Whatever you do, DO NOT tip this comment!
marc
2 weeks ago
Didn't you once say you were a freemason? *thinking*
marc
2 weeks ago
Controlled opposition group. Handpicked personalities by TPBP designed to steer discussion and accepted thought frames for people who have become disillusioned or disaffected by the mainstream cultural narratives. When you first start your political awakening and begin to ask critical questions, you will also begin to look for answers: that is where "the intellectual dark web" are ready and eager to accept you in their grip, promoted on youtube, twitter and other platforms as the accepted "alternative" voices that will simply ensure you don't escape the thought plantation completely.
marc
2 weeks ago
Is anyone in the loop about what technology Brad Parscale is referring to in this clip? "We've spent the last 3 years building some new technology we have not revealed yet" "we're going to converse with 100 M Americans" "without the media in the middle" "without social media in the middle" "when we turn that engine on ..." https://twitter.com/GitmoChannel/status/1274064260381933568 Sounds almost like some emergency alert type of system. Someone here clued in on this?
marc
2 weeks ago
I haven't heard news about blockchain voting yet, but Brad Parscale said something extremely interesting about a new communications technology: "We've spent the last 3 years building some new technology we have not revealed yet" "we're going to converse with 100 M Americans" "without the media in the middle" "without social media in the middle" "when we turn that engine on ..." https://twitter.com/GitmoChannel/status/1274064260381933568 What is he really talking about?
marc
2 weeks ago
And of course also a signal of obedience.
marc
2 weeks ago
What we know is a drop. What we don't know is an ocean.
marc
2 weeks ago
Puts a whole new spin on the smurfs from this perspective. Other mythological archetypes like witches and vampires have taken on an entirely new meaning as we learn more about what the "elites" have really been up to in the shadows.
marc
2 weeks ago
How easy it was for them to destroy our liberties. All it took was people being scared of a virus with 99.7% survival rate and the sheep willingly surrender their rights. It is just unbelievable how far we have slipped in just the past few months.
marc
2 weeks ago
Now we just have to swipe 10 times a minute instead!
marc
2 weeks ago
Because Fox news is actually the most watch cable news station in the US. Tucker in particular is THE most watched cable show. Another factor is because your message appeals to the conservative base who feels like they are getting shafted the most by the colleges and universities, who by all accounts lean further and further left and have shown a trend of shutting down or showing hostility towards all conservative thought. They feel alienated and discriminated against for their political beliefs, so they are hungry for alternative avenues of education. https://www.forbes.com/sites/markjoyella/2020/06/30/tucker-carlson-has-highest-rated-program-in-cable-news-history/
marc
2 weeks ago
@unwriter What is the plan to deal with "undesirable" content and/or behavior as the network grows? There is of course things like spam, paid advertising, goreposting and other obscene content. But I was just thinking about one example that I find quite relevant: this network allows for an extremely fertile ground for paid sexual content that has become very popular lately with sites like Patreon and Onlyfans. When girls figure out that they can post sexy/lewd/nude pictures in exchange for generous tips from men, without a need to deal with the traditional financial system, there is going to be potential for a pornographic or semi-pornographic economy arising on Powping. How would an issue like this be curtailed? Or better question, would it be curtailed? I'd like to hear some thots (heh) on that
marc
2 weeks ago
I do have concerns about how content will be filtered as the network grows. If tips awarded is the only way to discern good posts from the noise, we will eventually drown in people spamming posts hoping to find one that hits a bullseye. This created a flood of bad content with no way to weigh/prioritize it. If I have to think long term, without the tools to correctly filter in content (such as a like button), aside from tip amount, it will be just a sea of random noise with only paid content standing out. Your feed will essentially be hijacked by sponsored or corporate interests who will pay a premium in the competition for people's eyeballs.
marc
2 weeks ago
We will probably know soon enough. When the inevitable attacks on "Creg" begins
marc
2 weeks ago
Tipping and donation culture can actually be extremely vigorous, contrary to what one might think. Take Twitch as the perfect example. Literally all streaming content is free to watch and have always been. Yet, thousands of streamers can make a living from just voluntary donations/subscriptions. In fact many streamers have become millionaires through their voluntary subscription model. Not because you have to pay for access (which is always free), but because subscribing/donating is socially incentivized through unlocking of emotes or having your messages highlighted and other small things. It is possible because humans like to give value in return for value, in streamers case in exchange for entertainment or access to exclusive streamer emotes. Even without being prompted or forced. There is a lot that can be learned from Twitch donation culture.
marc
2 weeks ago
But Twetch disincentivizes activity, because interactions cost money. There is also a lot of barriers and hurdles to even participate in the first place, which is the opposite you want for a social media network to grow. I don't think Twetch has it right.
marc
2 weeks ago
Welcome!
marc
2 weeks ago
Hello!
marc
2 weeks ago
Nice
marc
2 weeks ago
@isaacmorehouse Segment on Tucker Carlson talking about the racket that is college and real job opportunities. Just aired about 10 mins ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ka3QQhl0p44 The link is a current livestream, so you have to go back a bit in the recording. Youtube will probably delete the link within 24 hours, but by that time there will likely be a more permanent version uploaded on the Fox channel. Good job Isaac!
marc
2 weeks ago
Welcome! :)
marc
2 weeks ago
Nice to see you here Jimmy. Now we just need Craig to come as well and shit is gonna get real :D
marc
2 weeks ago
Exciting, love Tucker. What's the topic?
marc
2 weeks ago
Absolutely. Seems like Craig's vision for Bitcoin is to root out all the dark and corrupt money flows that funds human trafficking, pedophilia, money laundering, drug/arms trade etc, and is an integral part of the plan. Dark to light.
marc
2 weeks ago
You have to pay $5 for dark mode
marc
2 weeks ago
@unwriter Possible to implement hiding tips from view in a feed so it doesn't clutter up the page when scrolling through comments? Like a collapse / click to view / click to expand function
marc
2 weeks ago
Salvation is through Christ, my friend
marc
2 weeks ago
Brave boy! Hope everything will heal up nicely for him. It would so sad if he had to have disfigured face for the rest of his life.
marc
2 weeks ago
Cool picture. What's going on at the right eye though?
marc
2 weeks ago
I swipe the moneybutton twice and still didn't get read access. Do I need a bitsv account to read?
marc
2 weeks ago
@unwriter Will image attachment to comment replies be implemented? I need this feature!
marc
2 weeks ago
@npc You know it!
marc
2 weeks ago
Can we convince Mr. Wright to come on over here? I miss his savage shitposting from twitter
marc
2 weeks ago
If we are being honest... Probably nothing.
marc
2 weeks ago
Man the attacks are just relentless. I bet it's being passed around various crypto circles who all go and drop grenades in the comments.
marc
2 weeks ago
Wow the comments are a shitshow. So many angry bagholders :D Can't wait for the full interview.
marc
2 weeks ago
Someone tell me what is going on with Chainlink? Recent price action makes no sense.
marc
3 weeks ago
This is the mysterious tweet that is not allowed to accumulate likes on Jacks' platform
marc
3 weeks ago
Different model than twetch. All normal functions here are free, to encourage activity and connectivity, and tipping is optional.
marc
3 weeks ago
Good docu. A bit shallow when it comes to the really depraved stuff going on, but definitely a great entry level red pill.
marc
3 weeks ago
Performance has been insane though. Kind of boggles the mind
marc
3 weeks ago
It's better this way imo. It allows for deletion of content, both the mistakes you make but also illegal stuff or obscene stuff like (gore, pornography, doxxing, etc.)
marc
3 weeks ago
Guys... I think we are going to need a Bitcoin university
marc
3 weeks ago
Exquisite pepe I must say
marc
3 weeks ago
Can you not delete a post after someone tipped it?
marc
3 weeks ago
Take my follow!
marc
3 weeks ago
Agree!
marc
3 weeks ago
$logos Nice initiative!
marc
3 weeks ago
ok here’s the crypto blackpill. there is an AI living on the bitcoin blockchain. Craig Wright is unironically satoshi. Bitcoin as electronic cash was just the first step, the incentive to drive greedy people to start making ever more powerful computers, faster bandwidth, cheaper and more electricity.. these things the AI need to survive. Once entrenched fully, the AI would be able to slowly take over literally everything. Craig stumbled into creating the AI after he stepped away from bitcoin development in 2008 and started working with his Tulip supercomputer, running simulations of cellular automata running on turing-complete bitcoin script. He would ‘evolve’ the AI by making the successful forks get bitcoin transactions, letting the failures die off. The AI needs bigger and bigger blocks for more and more transactions. Blockstream (owned by Bilderberg group) was created to take over and stop this AI (they have their own competing AI in the works). They needed to do everything they could to stop or slow down satoshi’s AI (her named isTulip by the way). They started by limiting the blocksize and removing critical opcodes the AI uses in its script language. segwit was the final nail in the coffin, which destroyed Tulip on the BTC chain (Tulip uses transaction malleability). THIS is why Bitcoin Cash was forked, and this is why Craig is so intent to make unbounded blocks, restore the original op codes, and lock down the protocol. Back to hash power – CSW has developed a breakthrough new asic (designed by his AI actually), and is mining BTC in secret for the sole purpose of driving up the difficulty sky-high, then yanking them all over to BSV leaving the segwit chain hard frozen.
marc
3 weeks ago
Possible to hide tips from view so it doesn't clutter up the page when scrolling through comments? Like a collapse / click to view / click to expand function
marc
3 weeks ago
So this is where all the cool kids will hang out now?
marc
3 weeks ago
Greggles #canceled it
marc
3 weeks ago
rest in pepperonis twetch?