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To: TobagoJack who wrote (168926)2/25/2021 8:57:53 PM
From: marcher  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 187689
 
yep, noticing your recent 'appropriation'
of
'tribe'
and
'powwow'...
so
this is confirmation
that i do
in case you are wonder
ing.
:0)

do you have
'reservation'
where those thoughts are
respectfully offered???

just wonder
ing...
-g-



To: TobagoJack who wrote (168926)2/26/2021 3:21:59 AM
From: Haim R. Branisteanu2 Recommendations

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  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 187689
 
BTC a security threat? <gggg>
Seems some people lost their mid.
It is irrelevant where BTC are issued including Cluj Romania.

The problem is IMHO based on your post that the adolescents and millennials have to much free time on their hands and never experienced real physical work from dawn to sunset, to put bread on the table or have the desire to be innovative and share it for the benefit of society.

Millions of years of human evolution generated a living body that needs to perform physical work, like plowing fields as an example, otherwise it seems people are going overboard with non productive activities and an even growing desire to be "something" and get rich quickly.

Well it is time to recalibrate the social environment, education and which or what human values are important to you and those around you, from the minute you come to this world, naked without a penny crying, to the end in your grave also penniless, as nothing you can take with you and only what remains after you are gone, are the memories in the minds of others which will also fade away in the wind if you did not contribute something positively to human society.



To: TobagoJack who wrote (168926)3/5/2021 5:07:22 PM
From: Maurice Winn  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 187689
 
Sneaker collectibles = it's true. Best friend of son in law in London had a cupboard of shoes. I did not know about the market. $000s.

I'd prefer bitcoin or gold. Or productive assets.

Meanwhile TSLA finally coming right.

Mqurice