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>>29820747
Sergey... is that you?

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I saw Sergey at McDonalds a couple days ago. He was putting in an order at one of those terminals you see in a lot of the newer ones, I was so star struck that I started walking over to ask for a photo.

That's when I saw what he was ordering at the terminal. At first I thought he was just clicking random items absent mindedly until I noticed he was staring very intently at the screen, and he would check various different cheese burgers, almost as if he was making an informed decision on which ones to pick, and after considering each one he would add 1-3 to his order.

I got really nervous at this point so I ordered what I wanted at the counter and took a seat to wait for them to call my name. That's when I heard Sergey's name get called. The woman at the cash (she was super cute) looked at him confused and asked pretty sternly if he was pulling some kind of prank.

"U-um...no that's what I want...I don't see why that's a problem it's just more money for you guys right...?"

The girl at the counter looked at him confused and said "You want 2 double bacon cheese burgers, 3 chicken burgers, 2 junior bacon and cheeses, and 5 orders of Chicken McNuggets?"

Sergey got all red in the face and started shouting about how he solved the Oracle problem and how Chainlink was going to 1000$ EOY. It got so bad that the manager had to calm him down and assure him they'd put his order through and that the girl at the counter just started and that the establishment usually wouldn't be so unprofessional.

When they finally got his food to him he tried to leave without paying and the same girl had to politely ask him to come back and pay. I guess he got pretty scared so he ran back and asked them if they accepted LINK tokens, and when the girl asked him what that was he just dropped his entire order on the floor and ran out the door. I'm dead serious.

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I saw Sergey at McDonalds a couple days ago. He was putting in an order at one of those terminals you see in a lot of the newer ones, I was so star struck that I started walking over to ask for a photo.

That's when I saw what he was ordering at the terminal. At first I thought he was just clicking random items absent mindedly until I noticed he was staring very intently at the screen, and he would check various different cheese burgers, almost as if he was making an informed decision on which ones to pick, and after considering each one he would add 1-3 to his order.

I got really nervous at this point so I ordered what I wanted at the counter and took a seat to wait for them to call my name. That's when I heard Sergey's name get called. The woman at the cash (she was super cute) looked at him confused and asked pretty sternly if he was pulling some kind of prank.

"U-um...no that's what I want...I don't see why that's a problem it's just more money for you guys right...?"

The girl at the counter looked at him confused and said "You want 2 double bacon cheese burgers, 3 chicken burgers, 2 junior bacon and cheeses, and 5 orders of Chicken McNuggets?"

Sergey got all red in the face and started shouting about how he solved the Oracle problem and how Chainlink was going to 1000$ EOY. It got so bad that the manager had to calm him down and assure him they'd put his order through and that the girl at the counter just started and that the establishment usually wouldn't be so unprofessional.

When they finally got his food to him he tried to leave without paying and the same girl had to politely ask him to come back and pay. I guess he got pretty scared so he ran back and asked them if they accepted LINK tokens, and when the girl asked him what that was he just dropped his entire order on the floor and ran out the door. I'm dead serious.

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>>27089364
>>27088823
thanks

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I saw Sergey at McDonalds a couple days ago. He was putting in an order at one of those terminals you see in a lot of the newer ones, I was so star struck that I started walking over to ask for a photo.

That's when I saw what he was ordering at the terminal. At first I thought he was just clicking random items absent mindedly until I noticed he was staring very intently at the screen, and he would check various different cheese burgers, almost as if he was making an informed decision on which ones to pick, and after considering each one he would add 1-3 to his order.

I got really nervous at this point so I ordered what I wanted at the counter and took a seat to wait for them to call my name. That's when I heard Sergey's name get called. The woman at the cash (she was super cute) looked at him confused and asked pretty sternly if he was pulling some kind of prank.

"U-um...no that's what I want...I don't see why that's a problem it's just more money for you guys right...?"

The girl at the counter looked at him confused and said "You want 2 double bacon cheese burgers, 3 chicken burgers, 2 junior bacon and cheeses, and 5 orders of Chicken McNuggets?"

Sergey got all red in the face and started shouting about how he solved the Oracle problem and how Chainlink was going to 1000$ EOY. It got so bad that the manager had to calm him down and assure him they'd put his order through and that the girl at the counter just started and that the establishment usually wouldn't be so unprofessional.

When they finally got his food to him he tried to leave without paying and the same girl had to politely ask him to come back and pay. I guess he got pretty scared so he ran back and asked them if they accepted LINK tokens, and when the girl asked him what that was he just dropped his entire order on the floor and ran out the door. I'm dead serious.

>> No.27086095 [View]
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I saw Sergey at McDonalds a couple days ago. He was putting in an order at one of those terminals you see in a lot of the newer ones, I was so star struck that I started walking over to ask for a photo.

That's when I saw what he was ordering at the terminal. At first I thought he was just clicking random items absent mindedly until I noticed he was staring very intently at the screen, and he would check various different cheese burgers, almost as if he was making an informed decision on which ones to pick, and after considering each one he would add 1-3 to his order.

I got really nervous at this point so I ordered what I wanted at the counter and took a seat to wait for them to call my name. That's when I heard Sergey's name get called. The woman at the cash (she was super cute) looked at him confused and asked pretty sternly if he was pulling some kind of prank.

"U-um...no that's what I want...I don't see why that's a problem it's just more money for you guys right...?"

The girl at the counter looked at him confused and said "You want 2 double bacon cheese burgers, 3 chicken burgers, 2 junior bacon and cheeses, and 5 orders of Chicken McNuggets?"

Sergey got all red in the face and started shouting about how he solved the Oracle problem and how Chainlink was going to 1000$ EOY. It got so bad that the manager had to calm him down and assure him they'd put his order through and that the girl at the counter just started and that the establishment usually wouldn't be so unprofessional.

When they finally got his food to him he tried to leave without paying and the same girl had to politely ask him to come back and pay. I guess he got pretty scared so he ran back and asked them if they accepted LINK tokens, and when the girl asked him what that was he just dropped his entire order on the floor and ran out the door. I'm dead serious.

>> No.27085340 [View]
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I saw Sergey at McDonalds a couple days ago. He was putting in an order at one of those terminals you see in a lot of the newer ones, I was so star struck that I started walking over to ask for a photo.

That's when I saw what he was ordering at the terminal. At first I thought he was just clicking random items absent mindedly until I noticed he was staring very intently at the screen, and he would check various different cheese burgers, almost as if he was making an informed decision on which ones to pick, and after considering each one he would add 1-3 to his order.

I got really nervous at this point so I ordered what I wanted at the counter and took a seat to wait for them to call my name. That's when I heard Sergey's name get called. The woman at the cash (she was super cute) looked at him confused and asked pretty sternly if he was pulling some kind of prank.

"U-um...no that's what I want...I don't see why that's a problem it's just more money for you guys right...?"

The girl at the counter looked at him confused and said "You want 2 double bacon cheese burgers, 3 chicken burgers, 2 junior bacon and cheeses, and 5 orders of Chicken McNuggets?"

Sergey got all red in the face and started shouting about how he solved the Oracle problem and how Chainlink was going to 1000$ EOY. It got so bad that the manager had to calm him down and assure him they'd put his order through and that the girl at the counter just started and that the establishment usually wouldn't be so unprofessional.

When they finally got his food to him he tried to leave without paying and the same girl had to politely ask him to come back and pay. I guess he got pretty scared so he ran back and asked them if they accepted LINK tokens, and when the girl asked him what that was he just dropped his entire order on the floor and ran out the door. I'm dead serious.

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>>26785356
>Feed
Yes.

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>>26085886
I can't believe it took you this long to come to this conclusion

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>>25624130
>What the fuck is Sergey's deal?
Well he doesn't talk about price, for starters.

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>>25213541
>You're not deep enough down the rabbit hole to understand the powers at play here

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https://www.thepigeonexpress.com/russian-millionaire-craving-mcdonalds-food-hires-private-helicopter-to-fly-to-the-nearest-store-450km-away/

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>>24517669
It fixed the big mac problem. Problem solved.

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>>23591082
>But you're paying all those nodes equally, even though they're reporting the same source
And? So what.

If you want data from x at 1:56:34:23 AM CST, are you going to want to rely on KlerosProven[tm] TrueNode for $450, or twenty other guys with backing and successful jobs pulling the same shit for $550?

I like Alice, but I think Bob is a dick. They both agree on the same thing independently blind from each other because of the Pos and P1s and P2s. I can pay them for their services, or I can pay more people that tell me the same thing and get more comfy with their telephone game.

Activate Kleros court smartcontract for /r/KarmaCourt upvotes anytime the green frog's posted. Am I going to want to pay an approved jannie to tell me what was posted on that site last week, or a bunch of cool indeoendent memers reporting on all those dank poats within that time frame. GUESS WHAT. It is MY decusion to make as a based smart contracter. With Chainlink, you can have it your way.

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>>23103950
Well, he has to eat, too.

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>>22251575
Thank you for this thread based OP, viewbase is a new website for me

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>> No.21463027 [View]
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Say his NAME

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>>21447414
I'd say it's going to take another 3 years for this. BTC is still worth investing.

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>>20830775

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>>20813787
Sergey wouldn't even break eye contact with his burger if you did it right in front if him.

>> No.20649227 [View]
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FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FUCK YOU FAT PIECE OF SHIT



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