Web articles aren't imaginary, pal.
Web articles aren't imaginary, pal.
I'm afraid the evidence, (and Adam Sandler) is against you, my friend. Also, when did I ever mention Freud?
Here are some links as to why having too large of an ego is a bad thing:
http://madamenoire.com/420569/... (there is a picture of Adam Sandler in this one. Quite funny)
You should probably think on this. The links show having a too large ego can lead to a lot of issues both with oneself and the people surrounding a person.
That's a good thing. A small ego is an asset, not a detriment.
If you didn't want it you shouldn't have been that teasing with all that mouse movement and key strokes...
Not every difference can be blamed on discrimination. A married man has to support his wife and children, typically, therefore has the need to earn more, and will sacrifice more to do it, in terms of working longer hours, or even backstabbing coworkers in order to get promoted.
No, he did say why. Specifically he said, "I can't pardon somebody who hasn't gone before a court and presented themselves, so that's not something that I would comment on at this point."
And I suppose you are waiting for your magical 100 pound weight loss from one of those "one weird trick" diets as well... Seriously, have you never heard of click bait?
Lol, like they wouldn't be able to prevent you from fiddling around with your bitcoins?
Er, what? Unless they physically capture and restrain you, they can't stop you from "fiddling" with your bitcoins.
Better yet, can you buy a plane ticket with bitcoins to flee the country or make your house payment? Can you go to the grocery store and buy food with bitcoins? Can you buy a gun or gasoline with bitcoins? Will your lawyer accept bitcoins? No, no, no, no, no, and probably no.
And? You can trade bitcoins for cash and get all of those things.
As we've seen, with Bitcoin, your security is in anything but your own hands.
Mt. Gox, Bitstamp, Bter, Mycoin, Gatecoin, Exco.in, Poloniex, Justcoin, Cavirtex, Cryptsy, Bitfinex, Neo & Bee, BIPS, Flexcoin, PicoStocks, Kipcoin, CryptoRush, ShapeShift, Blockchain.info, Moolah, MintPal, bitXoin...tell me again how the security was in the hands of the owners of those bitcoins?
A lot of those exchanges haven't lost their clients' money, so I don't exactly understand what you are trying to say. If you are talking about coins lost at an exchange, however, then it wasn't in the hands of those owners, because those owners gave up control of them by storing them there. If you use a shady exchange (or worse, store them there) and lose your bitcoins, that is your own fault. If you lose your keys, or have your keys stolen, it's also your own fault. But that's better than the idea that daddy government will make sure everything is safe and ok for you, as long as they don't get a bee up their butt, and decide to take everything you own.
Just because an investment is high risk doesn't mean it isn't a good one. Lottery tickets are a bad investment, objectively and are also high risk. But that doesn't mean that all high risk investments are bad. It also doesn't mean they must be too complex for an amateur investor to understand.
And I'd argue, due to the prevalence of people thinking like you do, the current high risk investments out there are probably better than the low risk do to their lack of popularity (it's a buyers market)
What if your bank or government decides to freeze your funds and then sue you? With Bitcoin, your security is in your own hands. With banks, your life is in their hands, which makes you ultimately, their slave.
You may win in the long haul or you may lose your shirt.
Or in this case, you may lose $300. High risk investments with tremendous upside and little downside aren't gambling. They are investments.
I would say that perpetual motion machines are kind of scary.
I thought it was more along the lines of "And what did the little piggies do after the big bad wolf blew their house down?"
(There is a video of Bush reading a story to elementary school kids when he was told. After hearing about the attack, he went right back to reading)
At least they now can make a remake where a huge pile of feathers can indicate that a dinosaur fight took place.
Memory fault -- brain fried