Transcript for 24-06-2016, 80 lines:
07:25:58 Framedragger: ....well on the plus side, i look forward to a more realistic scottish independence now.
07:27:01 Framedragger: > get paid in GBP
07:27:01 Framedragger: > plan to spend summer in continental EU
07:27:01 Framedragger: > ...
07:27:07 punkman: hey, you vote one thing, they can turn it into the other in like a week
07:27:11 punkman: the know-how exists
07:27:20 punkman: (see greek referendum last year)
07:27:31 Framedragger: sure
07:27:43 Framedragger: also, this'll take a couple of clusterfucky years
07:27:52 punkman: (local radio show had a brilliant comedy ad along those lines)
07:28:31 punkman: "The referendum turnout was 71.8%" not bad
07:29:28 punkman: ;;ticker
07:29:29 gribble: Bitfinex BTCUSD ticker | Best bid: 667.13, Best ask: 667.8, Bid-ask spread: 0.67000, Last trade: 667.77, 24 hour volume: 118879.99040923, 24 hour low: 560.0, 24 hour high: 679.99, 24 hour vwap: None
07:29:32 punkman: o hey
07:31:16 punkman: "The UK's vote to leave the EU has sparked demands from far-right parties for referendums in other member states."
07:31:48 Framedragger: on the clock.
07:32:06 pankkake: I hope France doesn't, because unlike the other countries it would be to do more socialism
07:32:07 Framedragger: i'll buy a bit of popcorn with my pounds
07:32:30 punkman: pankkake: do the French right-wings wanna go back to national currency too?
07:34:02 pankkake: yes
07:34:13 pankkake: to debase, obviously!
07:34:20 punkman: what else :P
07:35:12 punkman: so is Farage THE MAN today?
07:38:49 Framedragger: somethin like that?
07:40:59 pankkake: London backed Remain but the turnout was lower than expected because of bad weather. <= I heard it yesterday, I was pretty much thinking "if it's exit, they will blame it on the weather"
07:41:31 pankkake: if it was remain, it would have went "courageous londoners braved RAIN to stay in the union"
07:51:22 pankkake: I've seen "Frexit" papers in the street, and no "Fraxit"
08:29:09 fluffypony: French Exit
08:36:20 pankkake: works for Fr[ance]+Exit
08:37:05 pankkake: gold is more interesting than bitcoin today
10:17:36 kakobrekla: gbpusd even more
10:23:38 Framedragger: should rebound in a few days to an extent, right? right?
13:26:25 punkman: nice load of horseshit
13:31:42 pankkake: what about Schnorr?
13:41:39 punkman: did they implement ed25519 or come up with something new?
13:42:43 pankkake: "the well-known Ed25519 signature scheme is based on Schnorr"
13:43:32 pankkake: but it doesn't say what they want to use exactly
13:45:10 punkman: "Custom Schnorr-based signature scheme. They support multiparty signing, public key recovery and batch validation."
16:39:14 jurov: #brexit : divide and steal . in eastern europe we know this algorithm intimately
20:12:25 Apocalyptic: jurov: who will steal what ? I fail to see your angle
20:13:37 jurov: for example czechoslovakia was split by politicians that subsequently went rich
20:13:48 jurov: you of all people should see that :D
20:21:50 Apocalyptic: the eastern europe part I definitely get :) , but how does that translate to UK ?
20:47:24 jurov: Apocalyptic: The pro-exiters ignored real deficiencies of the EU and heaped brazen lies instead
20:48:14 jurov: so the motivation is clear
20:49:43 jurov: ^ example
20:54:39 Apocalyptic: jurov: so he lied on a specific figure he quoted, but overall the point he made, that the membership cost them more than the direct benefits they received is imo valid
20:55:45 jurov: "darling, if only i did not have to give my wife £350 million a week, it would be all yours"
20:55:50 Apocalyptic: they will have extra money to spend for sure
20:55:54 jurov: "so divorce, what are you waiting for"
20:56:12 jurov: after divorce "oh that was nust a mistake, nevermind"
20:56:25 Apocalyptic: jurov: first time you see a politican inflating figures to his benefits ?
20:57:04 jurov: "The figure was twice described as misleading by the UK Statistics Authority watchdog because it referred only to the UK’s £19 billion gross annual contribution and did not take into account Britain’s rebate or money that comes back from the EU."
20:57:18 jurov: it was *not* just inflated, it was completely pulled out of ass
20:58:50 jurov: and yes, you can say the same about klaus and meciar before czechoslovakia was split "they are just bullshitting and inflating the numbers, politics as usual"
21:00:03 jurov: london was already named most corrupt city on earth by some, it won't surprise me they don't want eu fingers meddling
21:00:45 jurov: aha you can too sweep it under "business as usual".. i see. :)
22:02:31 funkenstein_: L0L!!