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April 22nd, 2016 at 8:27:29 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

I'm totally lost. Is there some homosexual connotation about owning a Miata? Isn't that like a car or something? Forgive my New York lack of knowledge about automobiles. I still don't understand what owning a Miata has to do with anything.



Long time joke but essentially a miata could be considered a feminine car.
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April 22nd, 2016 at 8:36:51 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

I'm totally lost. Is there some homosexual connotation about owning a Miata? Isn't that like a car or something? Forgive my New York lack of knowledge about automobiles. I still don't understand what owning a Miata has to do with anything.

ABSOLUTELY 99.54% of the male's who intentionally buy a Miata are gay.
99.99% of AP male's who intentionally buy a Miata are gay.

This will explain more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCYi3k2KcSs

95% of the people who are AP's and write about potentially good plays on forums are... NVM.
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April 23rd, 2016 at 12:41:57 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz



Also, assuming the Plaza really did act so fast (within a few hours of reading this) because they were so diligent, just how long did you think they were NOT going to notice you actually taking them at the machines. Did all the AP's on here envision some scene from "Casino" where after multiple jackpots Deniro starts firing the dummie who didn't recognize people getting W2-G's every few minutes? (In fact, it was the w2G thing that caused the demise of the whole poker double up bug - lets see - maybe that's because if you ever want to really get a casinos attention, all you need to do is get W2-G's repeatedly same day - especially when they are giving away 28% free-play.

So that was absolutely WRONG! Within seconds someone I know hit a jackpot 1st play on his 2nd machine. There were HUNDREDS of Jackpots. Plenty of people hit over 20 JP's.

Someone else asked me how long this would last. I said the Plaza has been known to let their promotions run the entire time(MONTHS EVEN), sometimes making modifications, however usually still good. I was fairly certain it would last at least till management came in on day shift.

Quote: darkoz


Truth is, those people planning to AP this (and with each new person coming on here frustrated like Avincow now it shows that the place was going to be swarmed with AP's, those four machines available would have really set the casino off when fifty people all were fighting for the same four seats), those people planning to AP this would probably be on here the day after crying foul when the Plaza reneged on their offers ala the Revel and they had all simply lost their money on the play.

Again Plaza had been known to play fair.

There's absolutely no doubt that if they didn't get spooked to the true value of the $5 machines they would've lasted at least 8 hours and probably longer. No fighting involved generally most AP's respect each other in vegas, especially anyone with the ability and BR to play the $5. Whomever is willing to come early enough and the machines they are generally left alone.

As far as them slow paying, there were ways around that.

Quote: darkoz

I did not affect your bottom line anymore than Anthony Curtis or Steve Bourie..


You're no Anthony Curtis orBob Dancer whomever. The fact is they got to a level in life where they make their money on websites, books etc etc. I seriously doubt they would've posted about a lucrative play publicly if their main source of income was through AP. I doubt AC and Bob were spreading information about good BJ tournaments, VP, slots or whatever when they first started. They got many successful wins and plays under their belts and gained enough popularity, made enough money to get back to their roots and move on.



I know you want to be a writer or whatever, however I think you're going about it ass backwards.

You have admitted your AP is a result of a perfect storm. IIRC someone someone tipped you off. You haven't been doing this for long as is apparent from your first few posts. Especially with your betting system nonsense, and don't tell me your system included free play or mail, because we all know that's not included or the point of MBJ's offer.

IMO. You should get more than a few plays under your belt, not just bonus machines and a few multi carding Mail and bus tricks revolving around free play. Anong with A few big lucky plays doesn't really mean anything.

Using a few similar methods at different casinos isn't that interesting.


Possibly avoid pissing off the AP community

I'm more upset with you than someone like Mike. Odds, math, analyzing sharing information is what he does.

You said something about how your secret plays are earned plays and this was public information, perhaps people earned the information by actively searching through public information. Making easy for them doesn't have to be your job as a AP.
I mean you're supposed to be an AP and I'm asking you and others to respect the AP code.

As far as you saying you will give some NYC AP information that's all smoke and mirrors trying to convince us that you're not being hypocritical. I'm certain you are not telling us anything that is seriously valuable to yourself. You didn't tell anyone here about your 8k a day play, Tropicana or the craps or anything good that would affect you.


Honestly I think anyone upset about this would accept a "oops my bad, I'll maybe hold off and see what effect this may have and weigh that with the overall benefits and negatives to everyone.
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Wizardofnothing
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April 23rd, 2016 at 5:19:18 AM permalink
Well said, and respectable, it will probably fall on def ears though
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April 23rd, 2016 at 6:25:05 AM permalink
Quote: Doc

That seems to have been a recurring theme around here, though I've never understood it either. I have owned/driven two Miatas, a 1993 and a 1999. I like the look of the hardtop convertible, but I've never driven one. I'm probably too fat and stiff to drive one these days.

I've known several other folks who owned Miatas and a fair number of gay people, but so far as I know, there is a 0% overlap in those two sets.



The Miata was the first brand new car I bought. It was a 1990 and that was the first full production year. It was a great car. Around 1994 I was in San Francisco for a convention and a comedian was doing a lot of jokes about the Miata being the choice of cars for homosexuals. That was the first time I had ever heard it.

Doc, I agree with you about hard top convertibles. I have owned at least one convertible every year since 1990. About eight years ago I bought my first hard top convertible and now I will never go back to a soft top. Sadly, I am also starting to get old and fat but I don't have any intention of getting rid of the convertibles.
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Doc
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April 23rd, 2016 at 6:32:24 AM permalink
No objection to convertibles, and I was specifically referring to the hard-top Miata. I do have some reservations now about tiny cars that I have difficulty getting in and out of. I've been driving a 2005 Ford Explorer since 2007.
darkoz
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April 23rd, 2016 at 7:01:29 AM permalink
I think this whole Gay Miata business should probably be split into its own thread however,

my 2c is that perhaps it has to do with the fact its a hard-top convertible????

As in the term hard-top?

I know if some dude came up to me in a bar and asked if I like hard-tops, Miata's would not be the first assumption I would make.
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Doc
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April 23rd, 2016 at 7:53:28 AM permalink
Quote: darkoz

...my 2c is that perhaps it has to do with the fact its a hard-top convertible????

Doubtful. The hardtop Miata is a fairly recent introduction, much more recent than the comedy routine that DRich mentioned. All I can guess is someone has a strong bias against both inexpensive sports cars and gays. The imaginary "statistics" that AxelWolf posted would be hard to explain otherwise.
Wizardofnothing
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April 23rd, 2016 at 7:57:56 AM permalink
I thought I remember the Miata always having the optional hardtop that you could place on,,,,, like the old 560 Mercedes sl
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DRich
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April 23rd, 2016 at 8:07:13 AM permalink
Quote: Wizardofnothing

I thought I remember the Miata always having the optional hardtop that you could place on,,,,, like the old 560 Mercedes sl



You are correct, in 1990 I believe the removable hard top was a $2000 option. I never had one on that car but I did purchase one for my Allante.
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