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Discussion in 'Bankroll Management' started by FrankScoblete, Apr 19, 2016.
I thought this article was about the NAB show in Vegas this week -- more Lights, Camera than I have ever seen, even Mike Greenberg of Mike and Mike is in town along with Russell Crowe and tons of models behind the cameras .... And I have never seen so many camera drones
The world is our stage, we play our part....bow, and exit.
Am I an "action player"?.....I surely hope so!
On my headstone......"Not sure exactly what he did, but he sure did a lot of it!"
I love " Non sequitor " cartoons....
That'll never happen to me.......
" Hey....why spend all that money on an electrician."
Speaking of cartoons, how could we leave Dave out of this discussion after all of the videos that I've made into slow-motion videos for him. After all, they are all hilarious, so I thought that I would get him off of his bed and onto a craps table.
I know that Dave needs all the help he can get so I found him a craps table that he can win on, all he needs to do is send me his address and I will ship it to him. I don't think he will have any problem hitting the back wall on this table.
By the way, Dave, do you have the madprofessor's address I can ship him one too, so he can shoot a few videos of his great fictional shooting!
This is a howl. My old man brought me back something very similar to this when I was maybe 12 years old. I had it for a long time, and would even take it to some of our weekly card games when a college student.
I played the bank, but things didn't go as well as you might think. I didn't know the rules of the game well enough, and allowed only the seven to pick off hard way bets - dumb ass. Took a beating for this more than once.
Not sure where the little table disappeared to, but it's gone.
That's funny! But we have all paid our dues to learn a new game, poker was the one I paid the most dues, to get to some point where I was a little better than an average Joe Blow.
Nice article, Frank.
"I don't need to read the instructions"