1. This one had almost nothing to do with advantage gambling.
2. The show doesn't get female guests often.
3. As far as I know, the only prior guest to possibly get us in trouble with the FCC was Andrew Dice Clay.
When we were done the producer said he had to bleep her seven times. At one time he slammed his fist on the counter. After this show, if I had any female fans I think I might lose them.
The show isn't ready on my site yet, but did anyone hear it live? I look forward to your comments.
You call this 'work'?
bright and clever. Women like that usually scare
I recall one attempt termed two hung low to photograph a hooker in the background of a photograph of a co-worker. Clever attempt perhaps but it was all tease and no substance.
btw was watching an oldies TV channel that was showing "the Rifleman" the other day. The episode was very un-PC for today, it had "the new sheriff in town" collecting everybody's guns so the town would be safer. The bad guys figured out that the citizens were all unarmed and they just needed to throw the dumb sheriff into his own jail and rob the town's bank. The show's hero had to go into action to save the day of course.
What was remarkable [as it seemed to me anyway] was that the episode was quite clearly telling such a story with no notion that it was touting unprogressive views on the matter!
You never really gave a reason for "packing". When Dancer suggested one reason might be security for when carrying cash, you seemed to react like that was very secondary to other reasons. I am guessing you are just a "second amendment guy"?
I have to have a really good reason NOT to carry. The only casino I know of in Vegas that has a posted prohibition is Sam's Town (for homeland security. Give me a break.) And then they can only ask you to leave.
I hope NicksGamingStuff won't mind me saying that he took the course with me. I beat him by one point on the written test, but he whopped me on the shooting test. You guys will not want to be anywhere near my line of fire if I have reason to shoot somebody.
I'll probably just make it a time to time kind of thing.
One of the things you might discover is that the whole thing is a pain in the a**, once the novelty wears off. But if you really feel the need, that is different. So we will see I guess.
Yeah, I'm basically just a second amendment guy.
I must say that I find this surprising. And pleasing, too. A Smith & Wesson trumps a mugger.
You guys will not want to be anywhere near my line of fire if I have reason to shoot somebody.
I try not to be with anybody who has reason to fire. The only thing better than using a gun for defense is not being in a position to use a gun for defense. I've a little experience being on the wrong end of a gun, too. I came through ok, but at the time I wished I were carrying a BFG, or even a .38 I probably wouldn't have used it, but it might have come to that. Unfortunately in Mexico it's hard to get a gun to keep at home. A permit to carry one is simply impossible.
Any idea what the law is for carrying other means of self-defense like pepper spray or a taser?