Buzzfeed would post something like: “15 Signs Your Relationship is Toxic”, and I could write that. I could tell you to stay away from fat people, SJWs, shit coiners, and that would 100% be good advice. But as the number of red flags for cultural toxicity grows, it’s better to have a comprehensive methodology rather than any one specific identifier.
Dear Berkeley, If you had tried to talk to me after the #MiloAtCal event, I don’t think I would have talked to you. In fact, I’m pretty sure I called you a pile of failing garbage on Twitter. So it’s safe to say I was pretty peeved. I came to Berkeley trying to see a Milo event, and I get blasted for wearing a “Make Bitcoin Great Again” hat. It’s been a couple months since then, and I can’t say things have gotten any better between us, but since you’ve blasted another 100 faces with mace I have found a new perspective on the issue.
1. Always Have Direct Control of Your Bitcoins (private keys).If you don’t have the keys, you don’t control the bitcoins. What does it mean to have control of your bitcoins? You want to make sure that you’re the only one with access to your private key.