But that's what we get. Anyone who does anything revolutionary, throughout the course of history, suffers blowback from their loved ones. But that is a small price to pay. It is the ones who tread onward with their chins down and follow their goal who will succeed. History repeats itself, I take a look back at those old Bitcoin threads from 2011 and I feel that sense of drive and urgency to hit the ground with both feet running.
"But what if it tanks, but what if it tanks" - they say. If it takes, I will sell the cards I have and get out. It's a risk I'm willing to take. Life is risk, I tell them. Al Pacino said it best in the Devil's Advocate - "You can get killed walkin' your doggie" - Life is too short to sit and wait around for the next train to jump on, as I sit on these BTC exchange sites exchanging bitcoin after bitcoin for a meager 4 or 500 bucks a week washing 12 grand back and forth dealing with bs from bank after bank, I look down at my Ubuntu notes and study them. I'm tired of worrying about if a guy will do a chargeback on a big cash deposit to my bank, and dealing with photos of uploaded receipts.....
I'm wiring a damn 220 to my outdoor shed, I'm tired of all of this.