The draw for me to Bitcoin is it's a consumer regulated currency. We, finally, live in an age with the data-capacity to do that, efficiently. Market-measures (GDP, Inflation, CPI) calculated by the Federal Reserve are expressed as ~affecting lagging and leading indicators, (instead of real-time), when credit card companies track every purchase we make, and every sale processed, daily. If the material gain in technology is not exhibited in the Federal Reserve's approach, it may mean that they are looking to the wrong estimates to conduct our monetary policy, and by that I mean the level of credit and the overall money supply. At least we have in Bitcoin another readily, available alternative. ~sop
How many get aways are there in movies. Well lets see the basic, make them think it wasn't me, then there are the physical getaways, usually up, and or the fastest, seems to be a big thing in crime thrillers, there are no slow getaways, there is the hit so hard you obliterate the opponent get away. When is the best getway scene? at the beginning of the movie, cuz all through the movie you say thank God somehow they getaway, because that only happens in good movies when you get caught up in the roles played by the different characters. Sort of like a shedding of blood, a bereavement in planetary speak of your collective wills. Who were the best getaway drivers of all time, movie wise... You need a steady hand at the wheel, a good sense of judgement, a pick up vehicle, and kayote like reflexes. That Johnny Depp movie comes to mind the one with the strip down, Fiat, and he was a writer. Good times.
Getaways inside, some how create an awkward predicament, this is when the "down getaway" comes in handy. Chaining these getaways to make the evil doer seem conniption prone models after the Shakespeare motif, as seen in Othello and McBeth. A verbal getaway is lucid when best played out in the evil doers own dialect, tact and sentiment are port side, the bow stern to starboard. Others can interact, the tell tale sign of ginormous mal-adaptation, not genitive, formulary instead basic lessons presuppose a dialogue like Tarantino's Dawn till Dusk --Quintin favors these at the peak and tends to window into the getaway.
When you book your next film what getaway will you pick, I feel like a Trinidadian get away.
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