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zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero Feb 25 2011 at 00:30
oh my.

i am sitting in my friend's laundry room, trading...

and....

i actually have in my hands a very sweet little m57-83 stepper motor with some kind of compumotor controller..

so awesomely sweet.

i am going to need an adapter for a 25 pin serial to a 9 pin serial cable plug adapter thingy.

when i gently crank on the shaft of the stepper motor with my fingers, she cries out to me for more...

she says, crank me you big and hairy programmer man..

get the programmers manual now, she says..

ok, ok, ok, i will...

hold onto your panties..

i am looking for it.

i may need to make a few phone calls.




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zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero Feb 25 2011 at 00:54
its not my doing, but my little stepper wants to listen to some lady gaga singing poker face.

again, not my idea.

it is all her idea.

it is her fault.



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zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero Feb 25 2011 at 02:15
this cant possibly be for real, can it?

if it is, this is very exciting.



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zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero Feb 25 2011 at 02:28
i wonder if orlandoflyboy from the oanda forum has heard of this type of thing..

if this is really real, considering that he is the type of person that wants to get geared up to sortof live off the land and all..

this type of thing just might make solar power look retarded.




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Alanfx1

Member Since Aug 01, 2010  104 posts Alanfx1 Jun 08 2011 at 21:21
Hi people,
I believe you are a experienced trader by the way you face the storm.
It's about you make hard money and not easy money.
It's about live to trade another day.
Your state of mind can turn your balls into steel.
All that will come when you are experienced.

Best regards.

Tradingboy (I love free clean energy)

I Trade You Profit. Forex is suitable for smart and patient people...
tigpips

Member Since Jun 09, 2011  182 posts tigpips Jul 09 2011 at 11:02
hmm... how about when you lose enough? lol just kidding

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Forexcube

Member Since Jan 20, 2010  5 posts Forexcube (Forexcube) Jul 09 2011 at 12:18
When you're able to make 0.25% per Day, 4 days a week, 4 weeks a month, 10 months a year. Then you are an advanced level trader for mewink.

In order to see clearly it is enough to change the direction of your gaze.
Cerebro_Trader

Member Since Sep 14, 2009  13 posts Cerebro_Trader Jul 10 2011 at 15:58

Alanfx1 posted:
  It's about you make hard money and not easy money.


its always hard to make money... you never know for sure ... but having balls, helps sometimes :)

ranesh

Member Since Jan 28, 2010  257 posts RWFX ( ~ P A M M ~ ) (ranesh) Jul 19 2011 at 09:57 (edited Jul 19 2011 at 09:58 )

Cerebro_Trader posted:
    
Alanfx1 posted:
  It's about you make hard money and not easy money.


its always hard to make money... you never know for sure ... but having balls, helps sometimes :)


Not really... there's at least 1 lady here that I know, who has been trading profitably for a very long time. So I don't think 'balls' really matter.lol

"He who gathers money little by little makes it grow." - Prov13:11
SarahStone

Member Since Aug 10, 2011  13 posts SarahStone Oct 31 2011 at 07:07
I think it is not important how many % can you make a day, the main point is to have any '+' balance to your account, it can be just 1 cent, but in '+'.

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