If you ran a Bitcoin related service before the thing hit $100 you prolly ought to be somewhat concerned and/or prepared

grarpamp grarpamp at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 14:15:03 PDT 2014

On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 3:01 PM, coderman <coderman at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/26/14, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
>> ... Under the impression the two gentlemen at my door step might be
>> some sort of process servers or collections agents visiting about my
>> substantial student loan debt I begrudgingly inquire as to what is going
>> on.
>> They inquire as to who I am, and I inquire as to who they are...
>> 1 When they
>> show badges I offer confirmation that I am indeed the person referred to
>> frequently by the slave name2 they used...
>> ... [keeps on talking] ...

> doing it right -^

Not necessarily... he doesn't indicate being detained (per RS) and subsequently
asked, so he has no obligation (in US) to respond in confirmation. And
he keeps on talking. He even lets them engineer themselves into becoming his
'friends' and talking yet more... "A notable thing that kept coming up was an
incredulity...". The blog is probably not the full recount and this
guy should review
situation with a lawyer. Always good to discern who's knocking and why though.
And there's always a careful and amiable balance to be made, but
still, trolls at
your door be trolling...

>> If they are asking about BTCPak now, who knows how long the backlog of
>> sites and ventures they are working through is.

With so many bitcoin ventures, players and events... probably much
longer than can be fit within time limits.

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