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    Buying$25nfl gc's

    Buying $25 nfl gift cards for $10 amazon pm me or reply to this post

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    Are you paying for $50 gift cards?

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    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.
    Last edited by l33tp4n3g3; 01-05-2012 at 09:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.
    This is why we can't have nice things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGOD View Post
    This is why we can't have nice things.
    Meh. I don't care about morality, ethics or **** like that. Best man tops them all. I am the one that will have over $50,000 in gift cards, while those with morals will not get that far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Meh. I don't care about morality, ethics or **** like that. Best man tops them all. I am the one that will have over $50,000 in gift cards, while those with morals will not get that far.

    I don't have morals.

    PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.
    80$ cards? lolwat
    quit trollin skiddo

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    Dude l33t how do you do it? May I know your ways, you are so rich. I want to grow under your footsteps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.
    >alienware

    lol

    I have some $25's, PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.

    ^^^ This ^^^
    is teh funneh

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    Too cheap. I will sell mine for $15. I have 227 that I won from a private bot. I'm also getting a mini fridge and Pepsi for a year if you want that I think I was the first to make a bot for the Pepsi promotion. Currently have around 45 instances running on Alienware quad core. By tomorrow I should have 400 so I might lower price. About 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards.
    If you were running 45 instances, it would cost something like 45 * 3 *.002, or $.27 per minute, $16 per hour to run the bot. Did you really think anyone would believe that? Also, you wouldn't describe your computer specs to qualify it, that was a projection of the lie. You should have fully informed yourself about the promo before attempting to troll about it, there's no $80 cards. You stated you had 227 $25 cards in the beginning of the post, but at the end you talked about having 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards, whatever those are. If you made a mistake with the $80 and meant to put $20, it makes even less sense. Nice try though.
    Last edited by Precise; 01-06-2012 at 07:24 AM.

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    Kids like him are the reasons parents should hug their children more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Precise View Post
    If you were running 45 instances, it would cost something like 45 * 3 *.002, or $.27 per minute, $16 per hour to run the bot. Did you really think anyone would believe that? Also, you wouldn't describe your computer specs to qualify it, that was a projection of the lie. You should have fully informed yourself about the promo before attempting to troll about it, there's no $80 cards. You stated you had 227 $25 cards in the beginning of the post, but at the end you talked about having 12 $100 cards and 64 $80 cards, whatever those are. If you made a mistake with the $80 and meant to put $20, it makes even less sense. Nice try though.
    Okay bro. First off, let's start with this:



    If you do not know the value of the variables that determine electricity cost, then you cannot make an accurate estimate. You do not know the amount of watts my computer uses and you didn't consider whether it's a laptop or desktop. Consequently, your estimates are not reliable. My mistake of typing $80 instead of $50 is not sufficient enough to support your arguments. Anyone can type a wrong number by mistake for countless reasons. Whatever that reason is, it is not clear and concise evidence. I have 8 GB of RAM. All computers with 8 GB of RAM have a carrying capacity of 80 programs that use an average of 100 MB of RAM each. The programs that I run use organized threads, do not have complex coding, and are user friendly making their average RAM use less than 20 MB. Therefore, I can reasonably conclude that, yes, I can run far more than 40 instances. As a result of all the above, your inferences are null and void. I have a checkmate, k?

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    Congrats on buying an overpriced piece of **** laptop?... Oh and for running 40 instances?

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    He's not talking about electricity, he's talking about the cost for decaptcher....

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    lol, this is too funny.

    alienware is a piece of crap btw, it's made and owned by dell. dell is crap. good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by l33tp4n3g3 View Post
    If you do not know the value of the variables that determine electricity cost, then you cannot make an accurate estimate. You do not know the amount of watts my computer uses and you didn't consider whether it's a laptop or desktop. Consequently, your estimates are not reliable. My mistake of typing $80 instead of $50 is not sufficient enough to support your arguments. Anyone can type a wrong number by mistake for countless reasons. Whatever that reason is, it is not clear and concise evidence. I have 8 GB of RAM. All computers with 8 GB of RAM have a carrying capacity of 80 programs that use an average of 100 MB of RAM each. The programs that I run use organized threads, do not have complex coding, and are user friendly making their average RAM use less than 20 MB. Therefore, I can reasonably conclude that, yes, I can run far more than 40 instances. As a result of all the above, your inferences are null and void. I have a checkmate, k?
    This is either all a redirect or you are just an idiot. I was talking about Decaptcher cost, not electricity cost. It would cost about $16 an hour to run that many instances of a bot that uses Decaptcher. You just said in the chat the total cost in Decaptcher was like $85 for $10,000 in gcs. If all of these numbers you are using are correct, that would mean you only ran the bot for like 5 hours. You're silly.

    You didn't need to post a pic of your computer, again this has to be a redirect, you can't be this stupid. I didn't say you didn't have a quad core pc with 8 GB of RAM. I said you felt the need to qualify your computer when you were posting about something entirely different. The lie that you were projecting was not the computer, but the instances and wins lol. You qualified even further in this post talking about 8 GB of RAM, organized threads, simple and user friendly coding, wtf are you talking about and why are you qualifying.
    Last edited by Precise; 01-06-2012 at 10:27 AM.

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    damn this is some funny sh1t lol

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