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Me, The Banker, And You

Me, the banker, and you, before Bitcoin:


Me and you, after Bitcoin:


People who have experimented with Bitcoin can relate to this cartoon. People who haven’t, can’t; it’s simply too alien for them.

And yes, that pic on the “right” is intended to represent you, Phil 🙂

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  1. phillipneumiller
    October 1, 2015 at 9:26 am

    Well aright-ee then!

    • October 3, 2015 at 4:37 am

      Get a BTC wallet and I’ll send you some BTC. As a staunch libertarian who’d love to see the Fed system dismantled, I would have thought you’d be on virtual currencies like white on rice.

  2. Computer Geek Meme Guy
    October 28, 2015 at 9:20 am

    There be dragons in the banking arena and people that mess with it end up “disappeared”. If the USA government should “nationalize” anything it should be the central banking system with a completely open audit trail for we the people i.e. real transparency. Alas, this will never happen because of the massive graft and corruption.

    Ron Paul and Thomas Sowell have some great ideas for this, but they are just as idealist and as impotent as the useful idiot “progressive” types ushering in the global Red tide. We the people are screwed either way. The Fed is more likely to “nationalize” BItcoin than their own corrupt foreign controlled Federal Reserve system. Mark my words on this.

    Oh, well, I think I’ll pass on BTC but thanks so much for the photo reference. It doesn’t get as much air play as it used to. I am pretty much bald now so people don’t recognize me!

    Pro tip; you can’t take it with you and render onto Caesar that which is Caesar’s…

    P.S. I started with computers the same time as Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, but I never “capitalized” on it, and people call me “greedy” because I am a right winger? Jeesh!

    P.S.S. Question authority!!!

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