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  • in reply to: Selling Akai APC 20 Ableton Controller #53477
    MargusMargus
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    I haven’t found myself using that much at all.
    As simple as that. I believe it makes more sense to have it in someone else’s hand.

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40406
    MargusMargus
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    Interesting.
    I would really like to know what did Danny mean with his post??
    Anyways, Ian, You said there is no generic survey system for having a price overview??

    How is that possible?

    I’ve read that almost every second apartment made, is unsold. Regarding the comparison of boiling Beijing and skyrocketing Chengdu, it definitely means, that different regions start to default at different times but that Chengdu is also heading towards hyper inflated real estate market.

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40397
    MargusMargus
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    Indeed, the whole magnitude is now global. No matter where will the down spiral start (the West or China), it will shake the world.
    Now, what about CCP’s possible easing plan. How on earth they would have a soft landing? Dumping another 2 trillions of the US bonds will create another hole…

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40394
    MargusMargus
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    Exactly Rick. And another related fact is, that since 1997, around 18 000 rich CCP officials have so to say “escaped” the mainland with their families and assets with the total worth of more than 300 billion rmb. It has been linked to their fear of the eventual collapse of the party and its fraudulent system.

    Here’s my another questions guys…would it be safe to be around?

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40393
    MargusMargus
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    Indeed, Uk’s situation is something like was in the States. Completely saturated.
    Well..you probably have heard that China replicated its credit bubble within 5 years by multiple times compared to the West. The official credit bubble is atm 24 trillion dollars, and likely, even more due to their hidden books. Its the grandest scale in the history of the Universe 😀

    We shall see an interesting time IF we gonna b here during the crash…

    Whatever we might speculate here, it is true, that no one predicts the actual outcome.
    I’m personally just so fascinated about these catastrophic conditions, exciting discussion.

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40387
    MargusMargus
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    Ok guys, did u check the clip ?  Its not talking about home owners renting their multiple apartments..ap

    in reply to: Overheated Housing and Credit Bubbles Set to Pop? #40384
    MargusMargus
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    Alright, well…did you check out the news clip?

    in reply to: New Dynamic Institute Reviews #39746
    MargusMargus
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    I see too many bad reviews about the branches all over China.
    Although, some of them are pretty old posts.

    Just want to hear whether someone has any working epxerience with that particular guy Dennis Lee who runs the crew.

    in reply to: Drum & Bass Night @ Tag, Friday 4/18 #39533
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    Make sure to check out the very first DnB night at TaG !

    Deep BasSlines, percussion, sMoke & laserS straight to Your Face!

    Lets give it a decent kick start for the series of regular DnB nights!
    Lets built the scene together !

    in reply to: March Events in Chengdu #39191
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    FRIDAY 21 / 03  @ HemP H0uSe   DruM @ BaSs night !!

    Liquid, melodic, chilly, jungle, minimal, deep & and all possible subgenres presented 🙂

     

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    in reply to: Anyone Flying to the States Soon? #38251
    MargusMargus
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    Alright, Alan.

    I will PM you right away.

    in reply to: Anyone Flying to the States Soon? #38165
    MargusMargus
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    Shit, I wish I’ve known it before U left.

    Anyways, enjoy mate !

    in reply to: Anyone Flying to the States Soon? #38149
    MargusMargus
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    Anyone else ?

    in reply to: Anyone Flying to the States Soon? #38148
    MargusMargus
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    Just writing to You in wechat ..

    in reply to: Kode9 (Hyperdub) – Sun. 8th Dec. #37392
    MargusMargus
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    Alllllright !

    Absolutely look forward to !

    in reply to: Buying Bitcoins in China #30003
    MargusMargus
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    Quote:
    condescending presumption

    Sorry for leaving wrong impression.

    in reply to: Buying Bitcoins in China #30093
    MargusMargus
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    Quote:
    condescending presumption

    Sorry for leaving wrong impression.

    in reply to: Buying Bitcoins in China #29982
    MargusMargus
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    Guys, there seems an endless argument here between supporters and non-supporters. In fact, its a comedy how we try to counter each other and be suddenly “economists”:D

    In fact it is pretty easy to have a good grasp of the core of economics and finance. I believe most of us should have the responsiblity to understand this inevitable factor that affects the quality of our lives.

    So, lets try to make it very easy. Who ever feels like having enough interest in the prospect of BTC and how and why it can be part of the solutions to the contemporary failed economic models, please, invest an hour to watch this:

    Money as Debt III: Evolution Beyond Money

    This provides a comprehensive overview over the current banking system and possible solutions. It concludes the two previous episodes. It is one of the best I’ve personally seen. I’ve watched it over and over again.

    Thus, sit back and enjoy the easy watch. Please feel free to comment and raise reasonable questions after you’ve seen it.

    Also, a good podcast about BTC pros and cons can be found here (20 min): The New Renaissance: How #Bitcoin Millionaires will Change the World

    in reply to: Buying Bitcoins in China #30072
    MargusMargus
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    Guys, there seems an endless argument here between supporters and non-supporters. In fact, its a comedy how we try to counter each other and be suddenly “economists”:D

    In fact it is pretty easy to have a good grasp of the core of economics and finance. I believe most of us should have the responsiblity to understand this inevitable factor that affects the quality of our lives.

    So, lets try to make it very easy. Who ever feels like having enough interest in the prospect of BTC and how and why it can be part of the solutions to the contemporary failed economic models, please, invest an hour to watch this:

    Money as Debt III: Evolution Beyond Money

    This provides a comprehensive overview over the current banking system and possible solutions. It concludes the two previous episodes. It is one of the best I’ve personally seen. I’ve watched it over and over again.

    Thus, sit back and enjoy the easy watch. Please feel free to comment and raise reasonable questions after you’ve seen it.

    Also, a good podcast about BTC pros and cons can be found here (20 min): The New Renaissance: How #Bitcoin Millionaires will Change the World

    in reply to: Buying Bitcoins in China #29962
    MargusMargus
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    Oh, can you give me the link?

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