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the biggest redpill about Chainlink (Ticker: LINK) is not its association with McDonald's or their proprietary offering, the Big Mac. It’s also unrelated to the plaid flannel that the CEO, Sergey, gets from his mom, Irina, every year as a Christmas present and then wears for the entire year. Don’t forget that ICO funds were used to buy his dad a red Lamborghini to ensure that he had an eye catching Tinder account. They also hired an actual science fiction author (Ari Juels) to lead the research and development of the entire company.
>>25184329the Chainlink token, LINK, is absolutely needed for the project to succeed. The only problem is that a bunch of racist neets on a business forum disguised as a cesspool of faggotry, disguised as a business forum, bought up almost all of the tokens at the initial offering. That means to buy into the project at this point, is akin to supporting and reinforcing the ideas for which you are so against. I don’t think the average person can own LINK and sleep soundly at night.
>>25184514One thing I always find myself debating is: do I flush the toilet, or buy more LINK? My apartment has an absolutely massive toilet which uses 5 gallons per flush. I started renting this custom apartment in NYC a few years ago. The landlord said the previous tenant had installed that toilet a few months prior, but then moved to San Francisco to start a two-man tech team. The landlord told me a quick story about how after the tenant installed the new toilet, he was upset that the “smart toilet” wasn’t actually smart on its own, and needed external data to really perform as required.
>>25184738But anyways, I figure that I pee 5 times a day and poop once, I will have to pay for 30 gallons of water plus tax. In NYC, that costs $3 since my landlord is one of the few non-jewish landlords and does not suck on foreskins to get discounts on our water. Throughout 2018 I flushed the toilet only 10 times, only once it was completely full. I peed in the sink every single time. One time I even just told my landlord that the toilet wouldn’t flush, so he had to pay for it to be suctioned out. Some nights I just opened the window and got rid of a few cupfuls onto the street below. By those actions alone, I saved over $1000, and invested that money weekly into LINK. I now have 7500 LINK just from only flushing the toilet when absolutely needed over the course of 2018, 2019 and early 2020.
Daily reminder stinkies who dont join the NICO resistance will accrue negative karm for being willing pawns to the NWO
>>25184329>One of you will betray me and sell.
>>25184938One of my favorite things about Chainlink is that they hired Thomas Hodges, a former WWE wrestler, to be the point man on integrations with other projects. That is how you know they are just strong arming the competition. The fact that people can’t dodge the Hodge should really make you think about working with and associating with the team. His OpSec is next level and there has never been a picture of his face. Pic related is the closest anyone has ever come, and the photographer hasn’t been seen since posting this picture.
>>25185618t’s hard to admit it, but investing in Chainlink is like investing in the backbone of all future interactions to exist within the realm of our universe, and possibly outside of it. That sounds pretty burdensome right? That is why I recommend buying Coca-Cola (Ticker: COKE) to my clients, because your investment should be something nice and relaxing, like an ice cold can of Coke on a hot summer day. Imagine it’s July 4th, you are barbecuing with the wife and kids. Do you really want to be concerned about every possible interaction in the universe, or do you want to be in the moment, with a can of Coke. It’s an easy decision and I know my clients will make a lot of money following my advice.
>>25186225One of the reasons my company integrated with Chainlink was the foot rubs. There is just nothing that compares to a rub and tug from Dan K. For perspective, I am on the board of several companies, and started two new jobs this month. One at Google as the Google Cloud Advisory Board Member, and the other at GCM Grosvenor as a Non Executive Director. In March when everyone was panicking, I started working for AP Moller- Maersk as a Non Executive Director.
>>25186845Hi Blythe. Merry Christmas. Thank Dan for us. It means more than you know.
>>25185618RORY CUTEADELYN CUTE
>>25187620merry Christmas anon
>>25184514>The only problem is that a bunch of racist neets on a business forum disguised as a cesspool of faggotry, disguised as a business forum, bought up almost all of the tokens at the initial offering
>>25186225>Do you really want to be concerned about every possible interaction in the universe, or do you want to be in the moment, with a can of Coke. It’s an easy decision
>>25186845Some day in the future,Entire industries,Renewed by Chainlink.Genius assembled,Efficiency achieved,You have the front seat.I patiently wait,Sunrise to sunset.Greatness slowly seeping,Oozing,Dripping.