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Bonsai by Edwin Bupperwill - Wed, 06 Jan 2016 01:42:25 EST ID:hVgWQaTD No.37780 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do i start with bonsais? Can i germinate an oak/chestnut and turn it in a bonsai?
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Sidney Mivingstet - Thu, 28 Jan 2016 23:38:02 EST ID:HXq1m3UN No.37808 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yes but that says "cultivated" and you said "bred" breeding implies a process that requires generations of trees being grown and the smaller ones being pollinated and then the smallest of their offspring being chosen, so on and so forth.

you can go out into a forest, take a cutting off any tree or find a seedling and put it into a small pot and thats pretty much all you need to do to bonsai a tree. aside from trimming both the leaves and the roots and wiretraining the tree to the shape you desire.

some trees bonsai better than others.

>"nearly any tree can be bonsai'd"

that doesn't cross my assertion, it confirms it. Bonsai trees are not some special cultivar or a tree that is bred specifically to grow small. if you restrict the growing space of nearly any tree it will grow much slower.

the size of the root ball will always be proportionate to the size of the tree above ground. the ratio is different from species to species but if a tree can't grow it's roots out enough to sustain more leaf growth it's not going to grow more leaves/branches.

sure there are probably trees that have been selectively bred to perform better as bonsai but its completely unnecessary to do so in most cases. Every tree I have ever bonsai'd, from japanese black and white pines to canadian maples, silver birch trees etc are all seedlings I found growing naturally or bought at a nursery and put in a small pot
Simon Sipperfield - Fri, 19 Feb 2016 22:33:10 EST ID:UCeahULn No.37836 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Took a class in college about gardening and horticulture for an easy A.

Bonzai works with ANY plant. Its growing in a small pot/medium that makes it tiny. You can do a generic apple tree, it will be fucking small but grow normal sized fruits and look goofy as fuck.

That being said, Bonsai also traditionally comes with artificial weathering to the surface of the tree and manipulation of branch/grow direction to give it the "it looks like an old ass lion king tree but is fucking tiny"

I keep delaying doing bonsai, might just go find a cool plant to breed online
Ian Gucklestone - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 01:23:48 EST ID:TgS2hIjr No.37916 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Nice, I want to do this someday now
Topper - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 16:52:56 EST ID:0NEcf+DH No.38563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I thought you could bonsai any tree that doesn't grow straight up like a pine tree because my grandfather has a white oak bonsai or some shit.
Samuel Pockbanks - Thu, 21 Jun 2018 01:09:36 EST ID:8/GoNdP5 No.38564 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As I've heard it said op, if you have 100 bucks to by a bonsai tree, instead of buying 1 one hundred dollar tree, buy 100 bucks worth of soil, cheap pots, shovels and start collecting! Find unwanted plants in friends and family yards. fuck, I dig them up along rural streets where they'll be removed for fire clearance anyway.

Read every fucking page on this website, you'll be well on your way.


Ill try to post some of my work in progresses by the weekend

/howto/ do nothing and get paid by Simon Hishcocke - Tue, 11 Sep 2012 16:46:44 EST ID:BRxy/bs1 No.31413 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm looking for a job, any job, regardless of how shitty the pay is, just to keep people (mom) quiet (not nagging me). Currently 24yo with a highschool diploma.

  1. little to no contact with customers
  2. little to no contact with bosses
  3. barely anything to do, allowing me to listen to music or browse 420chan if I feel like it
  4. steady if possible

doesn't matter if I get paid in peanuts. Ideas? all suggestions are appreciated.
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Augustus Darryfoot - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 01:28:14 EST ID:l1kU8IRg No.38558 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Literally lol'd. My money's on OP found out the hard way many years back you have to actually do something to get paid.
Esther Billingson - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 11:53:14 EST ID:EaMUnxaI No.38559 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Band roadie. Get paid almost nothing, if not nothing outright. But at least you get to travel around and do drugs with a band. And hang out with incredibly sleazy music production people and slutty groupie girls.
Lillian Gicklebury - Mon, 11 Jun 2018 23:40:51 EST ID:YLlX4yfK No.38560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Am I supposed to look for roadie jobs on Indeed?
Martha Shittingbanks - Wed, 13 Jun 2018 10:35:00 EST ID:8mDMJWOF No.38561 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I just realized my dream job. While a band is on tour, I like to attend every concert that I possibly can. This usually lasts for a couple weeks following around the band to different cities. It's the opposite of getting paid. Is that a good way of trying to be noticed by the band to possibly be their roadie? especially if it's a underground small band that seems to be gaining popularity.
Basil Pittville - Fri, 15 Jun 2018 10:55:39 EST ID:EaMUnxaI No.38562 Ignore Report Quick Reply

You gotta be involved in the scene. But fortunately once a couple of people know who you are then roadie jobs are pretty easy to come by. "Hey do you wanna be on the road for 200 days out of the year doing massive amounts of manual labor and get paid almost nothing for it?" Obviously there's a bit of a shortage of people willing to do it.

weak bladder. by This Time - Sat, 20 Jan 2018 17:12:03 EST ID:PUw3IvSX No.38444 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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25 years old
and already have a weak bladder.
At least thats what I think.

Can't hold it on my way to wark and back
and leaving the bus multiple times to relieve myself.

Already had an accident
and thinking now about buying one of these absorbent granny-pants somewhere.

Doc couldn't find anything, just told me to eat some pumplin-pills,
but that didn't help in any way.

What would be the best way to cope with my problem?

Anyone else having this?
Eliza Hunnerfotch - Mon, 29 Jan 2018 00:59:43 EST ID:dH1rswyq No.38448 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go to the gym and strengthen the muscles that hold your piss in.
Hannah Snoddock - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 23:20:59 EST ID:PCNG/V4t No.38451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Take a pee. Stop peeing mid-stream.

That's your kegel muscle.

Learn how to flex it. Then do so, any time you think about your problem for as long as you can.

Problem should solve itself as you gain more muscular control.

If this doesn't solve it then I don't know.
Lydia Fuzzletid - Fri, 02 Feb 2018 23:38:18 EST ID:3aWd4UNq No.38452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
May be a longshot but maybe try benzodiazapines for a short while? Could be something anxiety realaed all-in-all. I would suggest real pomegranate
juice, I think dragpnfruit does well. Make sure to have a multivitamin in the morning, and have a B-12 complex vitamins 2 or 3 times a day.

I think the B-12 would help. My past anxiety had me wanting to go to the restroom a lot. Stopping by the side of the road. At least my associate understood. Benzos stopped this almost completely.
Martin Pommerhutch - Fri, 18 May 2018 02:04:08 EST ID:xNYfCUab No.38534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
develop an omarashi or similar fetish and just pee yourself all day erry day
Nell Cellerlet - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 22:37:06 EST ID:XP6nW5uO No.38557 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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what does your water intake look like? it could be that you have a small bladder, or the issue could lie in your urethral strength

create a gif out of a webm the same size by Hugh Fonkinmidging - Sun, 10 Jun 2018 16:20:06 EST ID:T734B0qK No.38556 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I create a gif out of a webm (and keep the size more or less the same)?

Glass repair by Archie Sicklechick - Fri, 25 May 2018 22:07:29 EST ID:w+v2T1Gq No.38542 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Broke a piece and for the life of me cannot fix it. It is a statue of an alien and it broke at the waistline.
It looks like I could fix it by just bonding the two pieces together again but every bonding agent I try fails to hold it. There are a few chunks missing that would need to be filled but they are around the same thickness of a sewing needle so that shouldn't be difficult.
Basically I'm asking for a bonding agent or other material I could use to connect the two halves. I've tried all of the instant glues that say okay for glass but they never hold. I've heard using melted gold like a solder could work but not sure where I could get gold filler that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. What have you used to repair glass in the past?
This could be the wrong board but I didn't really see any others that it fit.
Archie Hullerworth - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 08:10:59 EST ID:cKYPPc0L No.38550 Ignore Report Quick Reply
if glue doesn't stick:

  1. it's not made for the material
  2. it's due to user error... that includes not reading the instructions.
  3. it's not made for the stress or load.

You need contact glue or superglue for glass, never some "instant" glue shit. Instant glue is not made to last. Some instant glues may also have problems with crystal glass, which is usually the glass type used for figurines.

You can get super glue for glass or proper glass glue. Loctite makes one, but it's also still alot cheaper than gold.

With contact glue you add a layer of glue to both surfaces and press them together. After that, the glue has to cure for ,usually, 24 hours. When everything is dry, you can carefully scrape off excess glue until everything looks good.

Depending on the glue, you might have to engineer a contraption that can keep pressure on the seam or keep everything straight. I'd suggest making the repair step-wise; the

If everything is done correctly with this type of glue, the seam will be nearly invisible. Most are also strong enough that you can repair items like handles on glass jugs
Hedda Fiblinglug - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 10:04:07 EST ID:2eMeRgto No.38553 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use two-part epoxy for everything but I doubt it’ll look clean
Hedda Fiblinglug - Wed, 06 Jun 2018 10:04:07 EST ID:2eMeRgto No.38554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I use two-part epoxy for everything but I doubt it’ll look clean

Need a degree, don't have bank to spend on University by Caroline Mubberneck - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 13:59:12 EST ID:MwwirJu3 No.38493 Report Reply Quick Reply
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I need better prospects for jobs. At this point, going back to a college or University is out due to lack of money and lack of time. So, I need a bachelor's degree at least. Preferably from an "accredited" university. Basically, how do I get my hands on a fake?
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Sophie Sucklewill - Sat, 28 Apr 2018 20:20:07 EST ID:YLlX4yfK No.38507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What if you have the same name as an actual graduate?
Ebenezer Saggleforth - Tue, 22 May 2018 14:37:25 EST ID:EaMUnxaI No.38535 Ignore Report Quick Reply

They'll still bust you. Universities match identities through a whole bunch of attributes, not just name. (It's almost like they knew that people sometimes have the same name...)

So unless you have the same name, birthdate, height, weight, eye color, high school alma mater, and exactly the same list of previous mailing addresses as someone else (in correct order), then you won't match anyone in their system.
Fucking Pockgold - Tue, 22 May 2018 19:47:16 EST ID:YLlX4yfK No.38537 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>height, weight, eye color

There's no way they would know this
Isabella Hivingwet - Thu, 24 May 2018 15:20:14 EST ID:EaMUnxaI No.38538 Ignore Report Quick Reply

A lot of schools ask for this info. It's because of how colleges wanted to make it so you could vote with a school ID. That was the tradeoff to do that.
Hedda Cluzzleville - Thu, 31 May 2018 12:41:29 EST ID:w+oQZy3q No.38549 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just earn a real one. Join the air force or air national guard, the chillest of the armed forces. You'll have to take it easy on the drugs for 4-8 years but you'll get a lot of experience. Or go to Norway or Germany. They probably have some heavier academic requirements but it's free once you get in (minus cost of moving there).

Custom Glassware Etching by Frederick Drunderway - Tue, 29 May 2018 19:28:39 EST ID:fDoq4Atq No.38548 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So over the past few weeks I have been trying to come up with a design and a plan to design a bong for a friend. My main method was to use Armor Etch and stencils, but the ones you can buy for Armor Etch become limited very quickly. I have been trying to create my own stencils out of hard card stock with a standard ink printer and cutting them out with an exacto blade. I have been playing with the idea of changing the material to viynl , but they don't exactly make them in A4 sheets you can print. I've done more than I thought I have could, but I'm left with the conundrum of there not being enough detailed material in designing the stencil, and what I do create, is very hard to trace the details with an exacto blade without compromising the card stock.
I know of printers that will cut the design for you , such as a Cricuit printer but... I'm not sure I want to purchase one just for an one off occasion, but these printers get results. Like here


Right now I have alot of materials for using armor etch including lettering stencils. What are good places to buy custom transparent stickers that are precut?
What are some other methods to creating your own stencils to use for glassware?
Is viynl and spay adhesive the best best for applying? Is there a spray adhesive that is better used in glassware?

Billiards by Hannah Bunbury - Sun, 08 Apr 2018 18:38:07 EST ID:2a3NUoRc No.38499 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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guides, tutorials and tips for someone who wants to get pretty good at pool
Caroline Segglewick - Sun, 15 Apr 2018 21:31:55 EST ID:txkwnIEq No.38503 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just play more often, try to think about your shots. Sip some beer, relax.
Graham Hossleput - Mon, 14 May 2018 16:48:26 EST ID:oxN8jd/T No.38526 Ignore Report Quick Reply
<spoiler>Get good. </spoiler>
Cornelius Lightham - Mon, 14 May 2018 23:10:10 EST ID:ZTiFqaSS No.38527 Ignore Report Quick Reply
hah get good yourself!
Edwin Duckville - Thu, 17 May 2018 16:38:59 EST ID:yT+sF7W+ No.38532 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Something i was shown once was to hold your upper arms steady, while from the elbow down your arm swings like a pendulum: https://youtu.be/xlmhEqTikYI?t=57s https://youtu.be/4T_nTqb0hzU

People have alot of different ways to hold the cue and how to bridge. https://youtu.be/n8P-tRbSS3s https://youtu.be/NAW5Cyznkdk
Beatrice Danderludge - Tue, 29 May 2018 07:23:18 EST ID:ikfyeX/Q No.38547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Robert Byrne's books are pretty solid.
Other than that, there isn't much you can do besides practising, practising and again practising.
In terms of computer simulation, Virtual Pool series tends to be regarded as the most realistic, VP3 in particular. You might not like the graphics - they're not too fancy, it was released at the beginning of 2000s, after all - but the game is solid. There is also VP4, it has better gfx but I can't tell much about it. And all too bad the whole series does not feature the Russian pyramid...

Practicing guitar for intermediate-advanced players by Barnaby Brookcocke - Wed, 25 Apr 2018 22:07:18 EST ID:05nzMUCw No.38506 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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This might belong on /m/ but I wondered if anyone who plays guitar has any tips on practicing efficiently. I have played for 10+ yrs but never really practiced much with scales and haven't learned much new info, just jamming and learning covers. I feel stagnant as hell now and need a consistent schedule/routine but don't know how to design one myself or get started doing so.

please dont lead me to some generic "free trial"/"learn guitar overnight!" kinda thing, they are the reason I'm here asking yall beautiful people. pic related
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Charlotte Benderbet - Sun, 13 May 2018 21:32:40 EST ID:05nzMUCw No.38523 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I looked over the post and maybe I'm just too high to see it right now but I'm not seeing any jazz suggestions. I really enjoy listening to jazz but I'm not sure if it's a style of playing I'd like to dive into. Of course it would open a lot of doors to other styles but I'm not sure it would be totally "to the point" if that makes sense. Try to convince me otherwise, maybe I'll learn something.

I like the idea of slowing songs down to transcribe. I just started some transcribing practice today and learned the rhythm parts for "ohio" by crosby stills nash and young and "comfortably numb" and learned a good chunk of the solos from the latter. It's already proving a much more effective and lasting way of learning music as opposed to supplementing with tabs or chord sheets. Forcing myself to listen more closely and fixing problems as opposed to just reading the answers will be very good for me.
Charlotte Benderbet - Sun, 13 May 2018 21:38:09 EST ID:05nzMUCw No.38524 Ignore Report Quick Reply
wow I've been listening to that Wes Montgomery album while replying to you and damn you're right, it makes me want to transcribe it. It seems a bit out of my league at the moment though, which makes me want to practice transcribing other stuff as stepping blocks. Got any suggestions that are a bit simpler? maybe some pentatonic blues or something a bit more rigid, musically?
Cornelius Lightham - Mon, 14 May 2018 23:12:12 EST ID:ZTiFqaSS No.38528 Ignore Report Quick Reply
the very first reply.

yeah transcribing is great, it gives you a voice too.

You could learn Dexter Gordon I guess, his stuff isn't all hard. I'm not really a guitar or blues dude so idk
Jenny Bunkinhidging - Mon, 28 May 2018 23:39:56 EST ID:SZNZT38v No.38544 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Think numerically in regards to your scale practice, can open up some doors. Create sequences, melodic patterns.

e.g you have C Major, C D E F G A B, or 1 2 3 4 5 6 7.

The most common patterns are things like 123, 234, 345, or 132, 243. Basically you want to pick a number of notes, it could be a 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 note pattern, but lets say you pick 4 numbers, 2 5 4 1, D G F C, next would be 3 6 5 2, E A G D and so on, extrapolating to create the rest of the sequence. If you wanted to practice arpeggios and scale harmonization you need only write every second number, 1357 etc.

A lot of these are shit obviously, but you'll find movements you like with experimentation, throw away the shit ones and make note of the ones you like the sound of, then build a collection. Eventually you'll have a few that you can access in fragments without thinking too much about it.

You can also come up with "synthetic" patterns based on literal shapes rather than numeric reference, you could call symmetrical scales like Whole tone and diminished a synthetic pattern I guess.

I'm Australian so our time zones probably won't work too well, but if you want I'm happy to provide a burner email and we can organize a skype lesson. Normally I'd charge, but I'd be happy to just answer whatever's on your mind for an hour and chat shop.
Jenny Bunkinhidging - Mon, 28 May 2018 23:42:07 EST ID:SZNZT38v No.38545 Ignore Report Quick Reply

And of course, y'know, having a shmoke as well. Oh, I'm the zappa guy from up top btw.

420chan stuff by Cornelius Ginkinbog - Thu, 24 May 2018 18:21:34 EST ID:+uxNeGU0 No.38541 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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how do you do spoiler tags. faces. bold text. color text. etc. etc.

Caroline Blackfoot - Sat, 26 May 2018 04:48:14 EST ID:U0b9Or/7 No.38543 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Write "[spoiler] text [ / spoiler] without "" or spaces [/spoiler
Graham Pubberdock - Tue, 29 May 2018 01:06:53 EST ID:8mDMJWOF No.38546 Ignore Report Quick Reply
test nb

Bitcoin trading by Edward Himmlepere - Wed, 16 May 2018 20:13:18 EST ID:J91rkWTD No.38531 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Anyone got any resources for trading bitcoin? I'd like to get into it any advice is appreciated
Martin Pommerhutch - Thu, 17 May 2018 20:36:13 EST ID:xNYfCUab No.38533 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You'll only find OPINIONS, not facts.
Personally I'd say don't buy 'Bitcoin' - it's outdated ALREADY.
Get behind something with strong developers and a robust set of features that has no premine and is fully commited to decentralisation

Basically that means - Stay away from Ripple and Stellar as far as you possibly can and buy Ethereum or maybe even Verge

Make money, i missed out on the btc rocket by William Bedgesitch - Fri, 12 May 2017 18:53:34 EST ID:Y2hoDt8D No.38308 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So does anyone know much about those cryptocurrencies?

I used to buy drugs through the deep web markets and when i've looked back through some of my old btc trading accounts which are now completely empty i've worked out that at todays rates over $70,000 worth of coins passed through my hands...

Any use in investing in some of the newer coins like NMC etc which are relatively cheap?

Or should i focus on LTC or what?
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Simon Buzzspear - Mon, 08 Jan 2018 21:18:52 EST ID:geJUBOIN No.38425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>trying to get me to use his referral link

anyway, i'm betting on LTC. obviously do your thing but i'd stay away from the new shit unless you're just looking to try your hand at making some quick cash because when the bubble pops, and it will, those will be the first to go and they'll never come back. other coins have a chance to weather the storm but the potcoins of the world will just get fucked. granted though you'll probably be in with less money when it comes to those, so it's not a horrible idea. you could probably even just mine some to have in your pocket.

tbh my gut also tells me that when it kicks off bitcoin is gonna bite it because it's effectively THE cyrptocurrency and i'm just not sure it could survive the hit. when the overwhelming majority read the "crypto market goes bust" headline, they're gonna think bitcoin and not much else.

again, listen to me at your own peril because i'm just some dude on the internet and the market is entirely a speculative bubble right now where literally anything could happen, but i'd say you want something in the top ~15 that has a good team that you trust to not just pump and dump that shit, is technologically robust enough to actually have some value beyond "holy fuck marge, these 'cyptukoans' are going through the roof!", and is known enough to be trusted but obscure enough to mostly be a footnote in the article when everybody eats shit.

also yeah, like hedda said think of it as gambling and not investing. we're basically at the track picking horses because any of them could ostensibly end up being the coin that wins.
Simon Buzzspear - Tue, 09 Jan 2018 00:21:51 EST ID:geJUBOIN No.38426 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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oh, and speaking of mining, vertcoin bars people from using ASICs and shit to try and keep a group like bitmain from just monopolizing the whole fuckin' thing.

i'm biased because i rather like vert, but i'd say mine that shit. apart from the fact that it's one of the very few that you CAN mine in pretty much any capacity without dropping 8+ grand on a dedicated mining set up (i wish i was joking, the AntMiner S9 13.5T is $7,999 on newegg), their one click miner deal, i think, bodes fairly well for the future of VTC. it takes like ~30 seconds to set up and that's exactly what this shit needs if it's ever gonna reach a wide enough audience to take off. motherfuckers don't wanna jump through all these hoops, they wanna slam a few buttons on a nice looking GUI and go.
Edwin Fuckingwater - Sun, 04 Feb 2018 09:06:28 EST ID:6Ao6cnVs No.38454 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Thats narrow-minded shit tbh
if u bought 300 bux of ether in October
u would still be up 500 dollars.
make accounts on exchanges for cypto
figure out the good cheapos
the market just tanked so it was awesome, a buyers market

you wanna mine?
its called spec mining
mining a dog shit coin for thousands of them then just selling when they pump up
literally like trying to mine IRL your out there tryna hit rocks for gold, long shot but lucrative if your not stupid

LTC is basically not good, you know what I do with LTC I sell BTC for ripple
then move it to another exchange then buy back BTC
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George Muttingshit - Thu, 08 Feb 2018 17:48:22 EST ID:Qnzb+CMY No.38460 Ignore Report Quick Reply

arent most investments gambles?
Doris Happerlock - Tue, 10 Apr 2018 10:59:41 EST ID:xNYfCUab No.38500 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you have to ask for advice on what to invest in you shouldn't.
People will just tell you what they WANT to be true

The key is to be knowledgeable in the area you're investing in. For example, an IT Person would invest in Crypto or Stock that he thinks will rise because he understands the sector. A Mechanic would invest in car stocks because he understands the market trends and whats important and so forth..

Ripple is a scam, it's not even a cryptocurrency. Its a disgrace that it's listed on any exchange... You do realise that 60% of XRP is held by the creators of it?
They're just in it to make money and slowly sell out - XRP has nothing to do with banks either, you're beeing misled.

See OP? People like these will flock to give you their informed opinions, most of them are flat out brainwashed

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