Oct 19, 2009
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Causing any sort of commotion or "man with a gun" or "shots fired" report, even an erroneous one, at a casino is so utterly foolish. That town knows where its bread is buttered... casino security and swat teams abound. Response will be chaotic but it will be super fast.
Go into the jeweler as a cleaning guy or a diamond bedecked model or something like that. Smash and grab.
I deal a hand of five card stud.
It is a pair of fives, jack high.
I deal a second hand.
What are the odds it beats the first hand?
Thanks for this post from:
So for anyone that has Tmobile... we recently got our kids kindle fire and have been using our phones as hotspot for the internet. Well with 3 devices accessing internet from my wife's phone we burned through our data. With tmobile we get unlimited data but after 1 GB it slows down to a crawl. I went on the app to see how much it would be to upgrade. The prices are as follows. 1gb $0. 2gb $0 6gb $15
So we have had 1gb for a long time but we have the option to go to 2gb for free. So annoying that they don't just make everyone have the 2gb as the base. I bet if I would have called instead of looking online they would have sold me the 6gb and ignored the free upgrade to 2gb.
I often hear that wine tasting is total B.S., and the experts can't tell the difference between red wine and white wine with food coloring, cheap wine vs. expensive wine, etc. etc., and there are even studies that demonstrate all of this.
But then I see those documentaries like Somm where they take a few sips and can tell you the brand of the wine, what type of grape was used, what country it came from, where in that country it was grown, and sometimes even the year it was made.
If wine tasting is B.S. then how are those sommeliers able to do all of that consistently over a period of years?