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: this usually attracts talkers, if they be any good, at least. exactly the same way it worked for satoshi, and exactly the same way it always seems to
work out, a little later you look around and there's all this democracy and "consumers have come to expect
" and general bullshit imported, which you don't even rightly feel able to
explain whence it came.
: "not what consumers have come to expect
." <<< child pays for parent may one day be a thing
: some schmuck has to
be like "This is how it is, and this is what you are to expect
." for "consumers to have come to expect
: "well... it's not a vibrating wand, it's a firebolt wand" "CONSUMERS HAVE COME TO EXPECT
: feature bloat, fueled by what consumers have come to expect
, << top kek
: no, no matter how "accepted" your vernacular gets, it will NEVER supersede Latin. because it's not a "consumers have come to expect
" thing. nothing is.
: because consumers have come to expect
: teach the rest of the world consumers have come to expect
, aha, nice aids you got there.
: lispm was only possible because 'consumers have come to expect
' was not fully a thing yet.
: the problem is "consumers have come to expect
" and "representative democracy", not the central bank.
: they're, contrary to
what the "consumers have come to expect
" like to
pretend, very easy to
: bitstein: re: gpg << "GPG is not what consumers have come to expect
" is what I'm seeing here.
: just, you know, "consumers have come to expect
". and they will die with that "expectation".
: i wonder what the prices for slaves would look like if the market was suddenly deluged with 300mn lazy, self entitled, "Consumers have come to expect
" ish people.
a large degree, it was obvious that once we move from "inflation pays for it" to
"you gotta pay for it" the "consumers have come to expect
" were going to
throw a shitfest.
: The mobile "revolution", or what consumers have come to expect
pe Trilema - Un blog de Mircea Popescu. ... ( http://bit.ly/1vEVSWP
: or the idea that what "consumers
" "have come to expect
" is relevant in any discussion of anything nonfiction anymore than princess leila's opinion would be.
: ben_vulpes: "Currently, digital currencies lack the basic protections consumers have come to expect
when transacting online " << because what the "consumer" has "come to expect
" is the fucking alpha and omega of the perceptible universe.
: "Currently, digital currencies lack the basic protections consumers have come to expect
when transacting online. For example, contrary to
a consumer's experience when paying wit a MasterCard product, if a consumer uses digital currency to
make a purchase on line and the merchant fails to
deliver the goods, the consumer has no recourse through the digital currency's network." << oh lordy