The highly-anticipated sequel to Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" will have Superman battling Batman! Actor Henry Cavill returns as the Man of Steel. He will be facing off against a new costumed vigilante called Batman, played by actor Ben Affleck. Isreali supermodel Gal Gadot is also set to play Wonder Woman. What is Earth ready for when these titans come to play among mere mortals? Read more...
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Why haven’t there been any Q&A requests for Satoshi Nakamoto?
May 02, 2015, 08:56:05 PM
Eastfist: I’ll answer any questions you have for him. Wink
May 02, 2015, 08:58:30 PM
MicroGuy: Why did you vanish with over 1 million bitcoins and why did you decide to start unloading them in 2013?
May 02, 2015, 09:01:05 PM
Quote from: Eastfist on May 02, 2015, 08:56:05 PM
I’ll answer any questions you have for him. Wink
pereira4: Simply because it’s pointless since he has been missing in action since forever now. What would be the point of making questions to someone that is definitely not going to be replying to them? Only if he came back under an official profile (like on this forum) I would bother.
May 02, 2015, 09:03:05 PM
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Quote from: MicroGuy on May 02, 2015, 08:58:30 PM
Why did you vanish with over 1 million bitcoins and why did you decide to start unloading them in 2013?
Eastfist: I didn’t vanish. I left early on because I noticed how overzealous the puppeteers were. The “million” bitcoins just remained there from my mining tests in the prototype software I wrote. I’m surprised Hal carried it over. I tried to “unload” them through my Mt. Gox wallet, but you can see how history turned out with Mt. Gox. My wallet was hijacked and I was locked out of it. I threw away the keys because I realized the “puppeteers” would never pass that value to me and that was that. This is why those bitcoins “never moved”. Not because I didn’t want to, because I can’t. Read more …
Oh, man, I just paid $10 to watch Alex Garland’s film “Ex Machina” and I don’t think it was worth $10. It may have been worth a rental, though or a matinee, about $5. But not an “advanced event screening” of $10. I could have treated myself to some fast food afterwords, but nope. This movie is NOT WORTH $10. Read more …
Dayum. It’s good. Hardee’s El Diablo Thickburger is a winner.
The El Diablo sandwich consists of toasted bun, third pound angus beef patty, habanero sauce, bacon, jalapeno slices, pepper jack cheese, and jalapeno poppers. Melts in your mouth good. Then the habanero sauce kicks in to give it a nice balance kick of spicy. The jalapenos, I believe, are also pickled to give it a nice tangy flavor. It’s not super spicy like how Hardee’s claims it is (that’s just their marketing using reverse psychology). But unlike their failed Jimmy Beam experiment, the El Diablo knocks it out the park.