SLL Goes Crypto!

Get in while you still can!!!!1!!!

Bobcoin is YOUR future!

And your chicks for free.

36 responses to “SLL Goes Crypto!

  1. wendystringer48088

    I know you are probably trying to be nice and respectful to your LGBT readership here by linking to the sanitized version of the Dire Straits song Money for Nothing, but really it’s not necessary…

    So… Here is the unedited / banned / politically incorrect version that uses the now politically correct word “Faggot” and really does the song justice:

    🙂

    • Great stuff Wendy ! I had forgotten that little correction until you expounded on it and that was one of my favs back in I believe 85 it came out on the ” Brothers in Arms ” album . Hat off to ya girl !

  2. I would love to see a count of how many attempt to cash in.

  3. Thank God! Finally! A true direction for the future, something tangible that every patriot can count on, and wealth for everybody. Now, if only I can find my tin cans in the backyard…….

    • Northgunner

      “Now, if only I can find my tin cans in the backyard…….”

      Or the mayo jars with spare change buried there..dig ’em up and go “investin’ ” with your financial adviser down at the dog track (remember to bet on the hound that pees the longest!).
      H/T to Jeff Foxworthy

      Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy!
      Northgunner III

  4. Funny stuff. Coupled w/ arguably one of the greatest songs of the 1980s.
    A winner on both counts.

  5. Centurion_Cornelius

  6. He almost got me, but the Tulip Investment drew me to it like a moth…

    • Northgunner

      Yup, good one for Bob helping to skewer the insane speculation that’s going on regarding bitcoin…another bubble that’ll burst like a unwanted boil.

      Regarding the songs original lyrics, I wonder if that little faggot would still “be a millionaire” if he heard about the lgbt alternative currency, the “Buttcoin” and “went hard” on its investment….

      No more earring, makeup or jet plane..fools WILL be separated from what they hold dear.

      Guns, ammo, necessary prep items, training. And a layaway amount of small bill cash plus precious metals if one can (one ounce silver at least).

      Yours in Daily Armed Liberty via anarchy! Northgunner III

  7. Bubbles burst. Always.

  8. On the importance of exits:

    • I read about that fire today, first I’d heard of it. Seems there were four exits in addition to the front one that most had entered through. At one, it’s alleged that a bouncer stopped people leaving. In 10 minutes of the start of the fire, the building was fully engulfed, the roof collapsed at the 10-15 minute mark.

      That was not the worst, the 1903 Chicago theater fire and the Cocoanut Grove Fire remain much worse, both were accidental ignitions.

      Back to your real point, as I understand it, yes, have your exits well planned, exit to where should be well known, too.

    • wendystringer48088

      “On the importance of exits:”
      In that person’s case he was lucky to by pure chance come across a literal hole in the wall of the building and (barely) escape with his life.
      I would say the only thing you can do in a situation like that – even knowing exactly where all the exits are – is to not be in such a place, as the path to the exits and the exit doors become packed with people all trying to get out at once.
      Without a working sprinkler system in a crowded confined space with limited exits – some of which may be hidden from obvious view or locked so as not not let non-paying people enter, once the fire starts and it is very obvious that something is wrong, many people are already doomed to die of smoke inhalation while burning to death.
      NFPA Case Study: Nightclub Fires
      https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=9&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjQzpPnlsTYAhXIx4MKHbyNBKYQFghhMAg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.nfpa.org%2F~%2Fmedia%2Ffiles%2Fnews-and-research%2Fresources%2Ffire-investigations%2Fcase_study_nightclub_fires.pdf%3Fla%3Den&usg=AOvVaw3cnFmWRyEhExn5d6Dd1skR

      Whether nightclub fires or other disasters, there seems to be in some cases quite a delay in people realizing there is a real problem. I could not believe how smokey it was getting from about the 2 minute point on and no one seemed concerned. It seems it was not until the 5:22 point that people notice the fire in the ceiling and everyone goes to leave en masse

    • Then there is the warning I have been reading
      of staying out of crowds.

  9. i’m sticking with ca$h, gold, and silver.

    with those 3, the world is your oyster.

    they are accepted everywhere, by everyone…

  10. Copper, Silver, Gold, same column of the periodic table. No electricity without Copper and Silver. No electronics without Gold. You can’t eat it, but you can build a first world lifestyle with it.

    Biggest threat to bitcoin is an improved version of bitcoin. I’d like one with a mint mark, so mints can promise to redeem their bitcoins in metals. Then bitcoin would become warehouse receipts instead of a tulip bubble.

    • at least with tulip-mania you could still plant a bulb and get a flower.

      “bit-coin” is 1’s and 0’s in cyberspace.

      nothing more. Basically, anything that (((Max Keiser))) and (((Stacy Herbert))) – two of the noisiest original shills – are involved in, you want to avoid like the plague it is.

  11. Muzzle Blast

    Blockchain will be supplanted by hashgraph: https://hashgraph.com

  12. It’s a millennial trap and it’s working. Many buying cryptos while sitting on cc debt, mortgages, student loans, car notes, etc, etc, etc… The value this generation needs to break free is going into bubbles (housing too). They will be slaves for life even if we win the coming wars.

    Cryptos are feeding the millennial entitlement feedback loop perfectly. Get rich for little effort and no risk. What could go wrong? You’re either a millionaire or live in mommy’s basement until she goes on Medicare, no honest life in between those extremes.

    Barnhardt Axiom. Don’t forget it and you won’t need to navigate the complex advantages/risks. The value of paying off ones house can’t be overstated. Get “title” (the full history of that word is important).

    If you have “play” money that’s another story, obviously.

  13. Camacho2020

    Yeah, but I like money though…

  14. White Blue Collar Redneck

    President Trump Remarks at Camp David. January 6, 2018. President Trump meeting with GOP leaders

  15. Make fun of it all you want, its not going away. Bitcoin will work out the bugs for the emerging, other cryptos.

    It is in fact, a frontal assault on central banking financial systems and a system of fiat currency manipulations and control…especially control. Investment banks (should not be legal btw) are scrambling to put blockgain developers on their payrolls to catch up to this new paradigm.

    I ask you, what’s the difference…crypto/fiat ?Today, if you had bitcoin in your wallet, you could exchange it for gold, silver or dollars.

    In 1980, would you have thought that dissimilar peoples from around the globe, would be discussing the overthrow of the country on a “device” that fits in your hand un-tethered to wires?

    Blog technology…ha ha ha.

  16. ComeAndMakeIt had a BitCoin ticker a few years ago … ticking around $100-200 at the time. A smart man might have speculated and dumped some loot on that thing …

    Just because it makes no sense to us doesn’t me the rest of the world doesn’t value it.

  17. Buy/mine crypto. Trade crypto. Sell at profit for IFB*. Put IFB in tangibles.

    *IFB: Illuminati Fun Bux. H/T my oldest kid for that one.

  18. “This is a U.S. Naval Pilot survival kit gold pack, from WWII. Gold coins are so universally accepted that they were included in the survival kits of American pilots during World War II and Desert Storm. The outer case is a heavy, tire-like rubber that was sealed shut when issued.Approximate size is 3.5 in. by 4 in. Inside it contains three gold rings and five gold coins: one George V British sovereign, one Victoria half-sovereign, one Edward VII half-sovereign, one French 20 franc Rooster, and one French 10 franc Rooster. The idea was that downed pilots could pay people for help, or barter for things, with the gold.”

    fromhere:

    • SemperFi, 0321

      Top one is also VietNam issue.
      We all carried the red smoke/flare on our Ka-bar’s, the red pen flares were std issue for us as was the signal mirror and strobe light.(still have mine today) Emergency tracking radio was std issue for all VietNam war pilots and SOG/recon teams .
      The center pouches contained survival gear, including the coins. Never saw a parachutist switchblade (shroud line cutter, hooked tool at top) included in any of this gear however, it would have been attached to the flight suit, not inside a survival kit, where it wouldn’t do you any good when needed.

      • Bet it comes in handy.
        Spent some time in Marine Corps Air Station New River
        (helicopters), now also tilt wing 🙂 Made a friend there
        from Yonkers that his duty was to get all the survival
        vests ready for the pilots, and was also an awesome
        pin striper[sp?] of the designs per “customer request.”

        Did a LOT of external lifts there, day & night – ZAP!! 🙂

        • SemperFi, 0321

          Was walking down a passageway on board a LPH on MedCruise, there in front of me was a wide open wall locker stocked with survival supplies, and not a squid in sight, so there were a couple less signal mirrors and stainless US pocket knives on next inventory.

        • “also an awesome
          pin striper[sp?] of the designs”
          For the pilots helmets.

  19. Gubmints going to just LOVE taxing all those bitcoin transactions.

    • The tax mafia is already smacking their lips, but if you are smart with your cryptos, no one has to know you have any. IRS is trying to get info from Coinbase but there are many other exchanges around the world who will tell the IRS to pound sand. Fuck the IRS

  20. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.