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Re: Member claims of unusual abilities with LendingClub
« Reply #15 on: November 11, 2013, 08:06:03 PM »
Core, I don't believe you about the secret Alt-F4 key combination to re-enable posting processing notes, and your interpretation of public domain laws is way off.  It remains to be seen if I can really claim allodial title to my LC notes, but I may give that a try.

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« Reply #16 on: November 11, 2013, 08:22:24 PM »
Usually I got to pay for this type of entertainment!

Hmmm... why am I not having any trouble believing that?

Did you not read what Core has written under his photo? Combine that with what was previously written & doesn't that give you a general idea of what the mindset is? Now you seriously want to counter that mindset with a plea for "community"? Seriously?

Yeah but he didn't make a plea to _me_ with that socialist word "community".  He said "they detract from the community".  Well hell yeah, I hope I sure _hope_ I detract $$$'s from the "community".  You guys can live in your hippie commune while I pay for my freaking tractors, propane, gasoline, and bread for the deer and stuff.  Maybe some more bullets to shoot hippies that trespass.   Not frivilous stuff like fitted T-shirts, ipads, skinny jeans, and Subarus.

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« Reply #17 on: November 11, 2013, 08:31:26 PM »
I don't find this fair to the community that you two took this to private messaging.
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Re: Member claims of unusual abilities with LendingClub
« Reply #18 on: November 11, 2013, 08:54:14 PM »
I don't find this fair to the community that you two took this to private messaging.
I would like my money back, please!

Funny thing is, NJG, you don't know what we talked about.  Maybe I just gave him a big fat juicy f'ing secret because he's one of those Folio Cry Babies you mentioned?  I don't think he is, by the way, at least not by that definition.  He was just (understandably) angry and was temporarily unstable.  I gave him some secret information that you guys don't have and I probably saved all aircraft under FL230 in the vicinity of SFO.  For the common good, Daniel. (If you go by your biblical name you may save yourself from the clutches of Satan)

But think of what interesting problems this causes:  Now the next guy reading this is going to get all bent out of shape and he may start another thread about Joleran's series of posts.  The next guy really may go into SFO with an "assault" rifle.  (In the media, every rifle is an "assault" rifle). We just never know what the next thread-starter will do.  He may be as angry as I am.  He may not back down and change the thread title.  He may have to be taken care of by the Russian Mafia.  We all need to be prepared for this.

Joleran was a reasonable guy before he flipped.  Soon we're all going to be accusing each other of being Martians.  Everyone pointing the blame at somebody else.  Like "The Monsters Are Due at Maple Street", a Twilight Zone '60s episode.  Paranoia spreads like Wildfire.  Soon everyone is blaming everyone else and it is chaos.  I encourage everyone who has a Netflix subscription or the whole physical DVD series to watch it again, as there are several parallels here.  Namely paranoia and distrust.
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Re: Member claims of unusual abilities with LendingClub
« Reply #19 on: November 11, 2013, 09:00:05 PM »
Usually I got to pay for this type of entertainment!

Hmmm... why am I not having any trouble believing that?

Did you not read what Core has written under his photo? Combine that with what was previously written & doesn't that give you a general idea of what the mindset is? Now you seriously want to counter that mindset with a plea for "community"? Seriously?

Yeah but he didn't make a plea to _me_ with that socialist word "community".  He said "they detract from the community".  Well hell yeah, I hope I sure _hope_ I detract $$$'s from the "community".  You guys can live in your hippie commune while I pay for my freaking tractors, propane, gasoline, and bread for the deer and stuff.  Maybe some more bullets to shoot hippies that trespass.   Not frivilous stuff like fitted T-shirts, ipads, skinny jeans, and Subarus.

Deer don't feed themselves? They eat bread? Like just plain, or toasted with jam?
Hey don't knock all Subarus. The BRZ is an inexpensive fun sports car. A bit underpowered, but still great value.

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Re: Member claims of unusual abilities with LendingClub
« Reply #20 on: November 11, 2013, 09:06:44 PM »
Deer don't feed themselves? They eat bread? Like just plain, or toasted with jam?

Cute, Dan.  Around here, unfortunately, they are shot as a nuisance by farmers or hit by cars.  They like to eat that nice corn from Farmer McGregor's field.  That's where I hear all them get shot.

Maybe if you saw an animal get shot and die in front of you, you'd stop eating dead animals.  Maybe you might also stop teasing me for trying to provide a safe haven for them.

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« Reply #21 on: November 11, 2013, 09:17:51 PM »
Everyone..............Money money money. What a bunch of greedy f****. Remember, money is just something you need in case you don't die tomorrow (Wall Street 1987). Considering some of the "elevated" ages around here, I just don't see the endgame. None of you are ever going to be "poor", don't you get it yet?  :)

Who says I eat dead animals? I am from a blue state remember. My apologies Core, I didn't know you were creating a sanctuary for all creatures great & small.............with the gains you extract from other p2p investors.

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« Reply #22 on: November 11, 2013, 09:45:57 PM »
None of you are ever going to be "poor", don't you get it yet?  :)

Taking a page out of the DanBook,  "more you than me".  Or whatever it is that you usually say.  I am quite certain that there are some folks that genuinely rely upon LC profits.  Including me.  When the day comes that I have to abandon LC, I at least have the ability to spam (eerily the same skills).  I will no doubt survive.  I do wonder about those who do nothing more than make state-by-state charts which describe their +0.02% return above median returns.  Who is going to care for the "helpless" then?

Who says I eat dead animals? I am from a blue state remember.

True.  You didn't deny it either, though.  Even just now when you had a good chance.  Grand inquisitor says guilty as charged.  Tell me you are a vegetarian (for off-camera purposes anyway) and at least I'll know.

My apologies Core, I didn't know you were creating a sanctuary for all creatures great & small.............with the gains you extract from other p2p investors.

This is actually a bit surprising, but you know what, as I mentally totalled everything up, that's exactly what I'm doing:  My LC profits have paid for the house and all the acres out here, a few old tractors and other farm implements of destruction, and all I have to show for it in the end is a few deer who don't even know my name.  It's about even, $-wise.  You do have a point there Dan.  On the bright side your CA hippie dollars are going to good use out here in the midwest where there are animals that really need it instead of going to 'animals' on the street that have questionable needs and questionable God-knows-what-else.  Wearing dog collars and sporting blue hair. 

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« Reply #23 on: November 11, 2013, 10:14:53 PM »
None of you are ever going to be "poor", don't you get it yet?  :)

Taking a page out of the DanBook,  "more you than me".  Or whatever it is that you usually say.  I am quite certain that there are some folks that genuinely rely upon LC profits.  Including me.  When the day comes that I have to abandon LC, I at least have the ability to spam (eerily the same skills).  I will no doubt survive.  I do wonder about those who do nothing more than make state-by-state charts which describe their +0.02% return above median returns.  Who is going to care for the "helpless" then?

Who says I eat dead animals? I am from a blue state remember.

True.  You didn't deny it either, though.  Even just now when you had a good chance.  Grand inquisitor says guilty as charged. Tell me you are a vegetarian (for off-camera purposes anyway) and at least I'll know.

My apologies Core, I didn't know you were creating a sanctuary for all creatures great & small.............with the gains you extract from other p2p investors.

This is actually a bit surprising, but you know what, as I mentally totalled everything up, that's exactly what I'm doing:  My LC profits have paid for the house and all the acres out here, a few old tractors and other farm implements of destruction, and all I have to show for it in the end is a few deer who don't even know my name.  It's about even, $-wise.  You do have a point there Dan.  On the bright side your CA hippie dollars are going to good use out here in the midwest where there are animals that really need it instead of going to 'animals' on the street that have questionable needs and questionable God-knows-what-else. Wearing dog collars and sporting blue hair.

I don't think I can say I'm a vegetarian, considering you might have video trailer evidence to the contrary.

You know, this new "saviour of all God's creatures" spiel is really effective at adding a"kinder & gentler" aspect to your online persona. I wish I had thought of it for myself first.

Hey, the real human "animals" out there aren't wearing dog collars or sporting blue hair. They don't tend to stand out too much.................up until the point where they start dismembering people just for laughs or committing other atrocities. Being in a rural area, I thought you'd know that.  :)

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Re: Member claims of unusual abilities with LendingClub
« Reply #24 on: November 11, 2013, 10:37:37 PM »
Seriously guys!  No exaggeration.  I'm actually sitting here wiping away the tears from laughing so hard.
Okay, I don't want my money back!
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« Reply #25 on: November 11, 2013, 11:02:12 PM »
OK, fine.  Two things you implied recently core are what brought about this post, and though I have other things to talk about perhaps they'd be a good starting point.

1. The ability to transfer notes in the Processing state between accounts under current rules.  I'm thinking this would involve setting your names to be the same on the accounts and then just requesting reassignment of notes between "your" accounts?  Seems weird.

why is this an advantage

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« Reply #26 on: November 11, 2013, 11:12:47 PM »
Seriously guys!  No exaggeration.  I'm actually sitting here wiping away the tears from laughing so hard.
Okay, I don't want my money back!

Well that;s a good thing because we don't do refunds. Now why don't you go do your job & get us some gigs. Core needs more money to expand his wildlife shelter...................& to buy more bullets to shoot hippies, or so he says. Go figure.

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« Reply #27 on: November 11, 2013, 11:15:21 PM »
I don't think I can say I'm a vegetarian, considering you might have video trailer evidence to the contrary.

Denied.  Thanks for applying.  DIDN'T THINK SO.  Videos are old.  So are the chicks.  As for anything you did back in the ca.1996 era, I don't judge you  by it.  I ate fish back in '96 too!  Of course I wasn't a professional phonographer* at the time.

You know, this new "saviour of all God's creatures" spiel is really effective at adding a"kinder & gentler" aspect to your online persona. I wish I had thought of it for myself first.

Quite right, Dan.  If I had let on that from the beginning, there might have been some kind of character clash though:

I dislike having to associate with the NRA (who routinely kill animals) so I can carry handguns around and shoot somebody if I feel like it.  But one only has so many friends in this world.  I'll pick the friends that allow me to shoot people if I want.    And if I don't want, then they are safe... no harm done.
Now that I have a backhoe and plenty of acres, I do not need the NRA.  It will be a sad hippie that comes on my land!

up until the point where they start dismembering people just for laughs or committing other atrocities. Being in a rural area, I thought you'd know that.  :)

Wrong state, Dan.  And down in Texas it might be more common to have a freezer with meat hooks.
Don't tell me you guys were watching some of those Halloween movies where the teenagers go off and do naughty things and get slashed to bits?  You got a weird girlfriend, if so!   (I did too, and loved every minute of it!)


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« Reply #28 on: November 11, 2013, 11:38:27 PM »
Core needs more money to expand his wildlife shelter...................& to buy more bullets to shoot hippies, or so he says. Go figure.

Blatant lies, Dan.  I am already stocked up on bullets for hippies.    But as always, a lie is always easier to believe when combined with a tiny bit of truth:

It is true that I need money for my wildlife shelter.  But not to expand it -- just to survive!  The recent FolioFn changes have really put us in a bind.  There are deer that are going hungry out here.  For the low fee of $5/mo, you will receive a picture of your deer promptly each month 4 business days aftert the 1st.  Unless there's a holiday in there or "payment procesing delay".  If you wish to send extra money we will purchase extra extra peanut butter for your special deer.

My gosh guys, need I go on?  These deer need your help!

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« Reply #29 on: November 12, 2013, 12:11:47 AM »
Core needs more money to expand his wildlife shelter...................& to buy more bullets to shoot hippies, or so he says. Go figure.

Blatant lies, Dan.  I am already stocked up on bullets for hippies.    But as always, a lie is always easier to believe when combined with a tiny bit of truth:

It is true that I need money for my wildlife shelter.  But not to expand it -- just to survive! The recent FolioFn changes have really put us in a bind.  There are deer that are going hungry out here.  For the low fee of $5/mo, you will receive a picture of your deer promptly each month 4 business days aftert the 1st.  Unless there's a holiday in there or "payment procesing delay".  If you wish to send extra money we will purchase extra extra peanut butter for your special deer.

My gosh guys, need I go on?  These deer need your help!


Dvd you have isn't that old actually. Just used a generic copyright date since I didn't want to track down all 30 or 40 individual clips from various years.  I am very sad to say that 2 of the girls in that blooper/trailer dvd you have are no longer with us. One od & the other of cancer at 24! Again, very sad.

Well that can't be right. I thought you said that these lightweight changes wouldn't impede real traders like yourself..............that the sharks would just find new methods around it. So which one is it? Is it just surviving or thriving as usual.