RE: Weird Shit Going on Here 'AGAIN'

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Weird Shit Going on Here 'AGAIN'

in news •  2 months ago

You could use the power down money to start playing Steem Monsters. I do think it is an ecosystem you can trust as both of the cofounders are top 10 witnesses. I say that because of the recent events where many people feel like they were scammed by the game Drug Wars.

Around a month ago, I decided that I was going to quit posting other than occasional Steem Monsters posts. I also decided that I would continue to play Steem Monsters everyday rather than video games. I haven't even turned on my Playstation since I began playing. Finally I decided that I would read, upvote and comment at occasional times.

I would miss your cat posts the most if you quit. Overall my favorite and most memorable post of yours was about you making some dough at 16 years old: https://steemit.com/writing/@averageoutsider/the-night-i-almost-got-robbed-in-a-n-y-c-subway

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You could use the power down money to start playing Steem Monsters.

Thanks Mike; yes that is an option worth considering, the only problem is, that I kind of lost my interest in gaming 'wayback' in the Mario Brothers, Donkey Pong, Mr. Do, Robo-Tron?, and Ms Packman days LOL.

I did get a short resurgence of interest around the 'Street Fighter' days (I think that's what it was called) Those were the days of the Arcades with the stand-up machines that had durable control knobs and buttons to slap at... (and not break)

I've noticed you doing much better in the reward department mostly with Steem Monsters, and I'm happy for you; better than Drug Wars which is getting a lot of bad publicity right now.

I do think it is an ecosystem you can trust as both of the cofounders are top 10 witnesses.

They also are both partly responsible for the 'hardfork' (HF16?) which introduced linear rewards which made bots (which they own) vote selling, self-voting etc. most profitable to themselves. At least 'one' of them typically 'stole' money (un-apologetically) even from newbies with his bot, if they did not understand the maximum buy. If an unsuspecting user paid 5 Steem, 'for instance' but the maximum buy-in was set at say 0.500, the guy would 'keep' the remaining funds as a "DONATION"

Not very scrupulous in my mind. I don't know if he ever changed his thieving ways, or continuing along with 'new' methods?

If SmartSteem and some other bots 'easily' return monies to users who 'over send' funds instead of 'stealing' them, any 'honest' bot can.

He's not the only 'Witness' doing such things either...sadly; another 'top' witness is known to do the same through his 'auction' bot, justifying the 'prepaid' bid theft by lamenting that "it's an auction". Any auction I've ever attended never 'stole' peoples bids...???

This is all verifiable with research Mike. I never bookmarked the posts to link for you unfortunately, but it happened to me as well when I first decided to 'experiment' with the bots in my early days here. One of those guys 'STOLE' 4.5 Steem or SBD from me (don't remember how I paid)

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