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Confessions of a Las Vegas! Poker Junkie
Wednesday, December 22, 2004
The names have been removed to screw the guilty out of any further glory...
Mood:  chillin'
Now Playing: Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line
This is pretty much verbatim from the incident report I filed at work. Sorry its been awhile since my last post, but I've been busy with assorted bullshit like this. I figured that my report would be good reading, so for those of you who know the people involved, enjoy.

Sometimes being in management sucks.....



I arrived to start my shift in the Montego Bay poker room at approximately 11:20 pm on Sunday evening, December 19th. I observed that there were two $1-$5 Texas Hold'em games in progress on tables 1 and 3. There were three dealers present: D C, H F and K S.

I proceeded to count the bank with K and then released her to go home for the night. I took her place in the rotation and started dealing the game on table 3 at 12:30 am. I recognized several players including A, T, T's sister (Name Unknown), T's friend L, A R, another player known only as "Mr. Raise", and 1 or 2 others I cannot recall.

The player everyone was calling Mr. Raise was generally playing blind, and raising the pot at every opportunity, basically playing with his eyes closed. He was also winning most every pot. There was a lot of `table talk' going on, and the atmosphere was pretty competitive. Nothing was really out of line, but there was a lot of complaining by most of the players directed at Mr. Raise, due to his unorthodox style of play.

The first comment I heard that was out of line was when L stood up after he and Mr. Raise were heads up in a pot and yelled to Mr. Raise "I am going to beat your ass this time bitch". I stopped play and warned L that any further outbursts like that would not be tolerated. Of course, Mr. Raise won the pot and broke L, who left shortly after. T became involved heads up with Mr. Raise and lost a few hands later. She stood up and yelled at Mr. Raise to "shut the fuck up and don't talk to me." I gave T the same warning I gave L.

T quickly asked me to please tell Mr. Raise not to talk anymore. I explained to her that unless what he was saying was malicious, disrespectful or used foul language, he could talk all he wanted, and if she didn't want to hear him talk, she would have to be the one to leave. After that, the table was pretty quiet for ten minutes or so.

Over the next ten minutes, a few players had lost their money and left table 3, which became shorthanded with only 5 players. The only people left were A, T, T's Sister, A R and Mr. Raise. After a few hands with very little action, A asked me if he could move to the game on table 1. I looked over and quickly counted 7 players in that game. I explained that I was not able to allow him to move because it would be unfair to the rest of the players to allow him to move and leave table 3 with only 4 players and put 8 players on table 1. He became upset and left quickly, muttering loudly that he was going to speak with whomever was in charge of the entire casino because he should be able to sit wherever he wanted, regardless of how many players were at any given table. I found out later that he went and spoke to R in the pit. T and her sister got up and followed him out of the room.

I was left with only A R and Mr. Raise on table 3, so we moved them over to table 1 and closed table 3 for the night. I released H to be off work, but she stayed and waited for an open seat in the game so she could play. I had spoken with both H and D about what had been happening at the table 3 while they were dealing and we all agreed that it was T who was instigating the talk, and that if anyone was being disrespectful it was her. None of us felt Mr. Raise had done anything wrong other than play poker very badly. Granted he received some warnings for language, but it was nothing used in a disrespectful or malicious manner, just lots of adjectives.

There were no further problems after we combined games and I felt that the situation was back to normal (although Mr. Raise was still playing very unorthodox, but the table change seemed to slow his winning streak a little). After about ten more minutes, A came back into the room and demanded to know why I allowed A R and Mr. Raise to move to the other game. I told him that they were the only players left in the other game, so they had first right of refusal to the open seats on table one. He still wanted to play, so we placed him first on the list. Sure enough, Mr. Raise broke another player so I was able to get A back into the game with only a few minutes delay.

About 1 hour later, around 1:45 AM or so, I was dealing when I heard A, seated across the table from me and to the right, call out to F, a player seated directly to my right. A asked F if he knew what "passive aggressive" was and F replied that he did. A then asked him "Don't you think that's a chickenshit way of handling things?" F didn't really answer, and nothing more was said between them.

The remarks from A struck me as very odd, because he and F weren't conversing otherwise. I didn't say anything until about 10 minutes later when D relieved me in the dealer's box. I went to my locker for a minute and then sat down behind A. As soon as I had his attention I quietly asked him about his comment and whether it was directed towards me. He said that it was and that I should have kicked out Mr. Raise because he was "disrespecting women". I had not seen anything like that happening, and I told him so. I apologized for not letting him move to the other table and tried to explain why. He cut me off and called me a "spineless chickenshit". I immediately stood up and walked away. As I was walking off, he raised his voice and called me "chickenshit" again. I immediately returned and quietly explained that one more outburst like that and he would be removed from the poker room, and very quickly. He didn't reply, and didn't say anything further to me until he got up from the table about an hour later.

T had returned to the room a few minutes before his outburst. After I had warned him and walked away a second time, she sat down behind him. They had a whispered conversation, both of them occasionally looking at me. I briefly considered asking T to leave because she wasn't playing and had been a problem earlier, but decided against it because they were being quiet, and I felt that the situation had passed.

About 20 minutes later T left the room for the night. A continued to play for another hour or so and then left the table. He brought his chips up to the counter. I asked him if I could cash him out, but he said "No, I just need you to call J in security for me." I called J while A moved over to the side of the counter, blocking my exit with his wheelchair. While we were waiting for J, I apologized to A about having a rough night in the poker room. He didn't reply.

J arrived and A immediately turned to him and said "I want to have a witness to hear what I am about to say to Jeff". He then turned to me and raised his voice, telling me that I was the most spineless piece of chickenshit...... I immediately asked J to get him out of the poker room. A protested, but J explained that I was the boss, and if I said he had to go, he had to go. A wouldn't leave, and he continued to shout at me calling me "fucking spineless" and "chickenshit" over and over, mixed in with a few other curse words and accusations. J stepped between us, and I retreated from the counter, my back turned and not saying anything. J called Code 4 on the radio (removal), and another member of security showed up right away. A continued on his tirade, stopping in his tracks a couple of times to call me more names. As they were going down the ramp, I told J that an 86 was warranted also. After A left everything returned to normal, and I finished my shift a few hours later.

I would like to add that A was a good customer, playing lots of hours and generally being a good poker citizen. He had spent the previous week here playing poker all over town, and although he was pretty high maintenance he was generally a liked by everyone. We had a few issues with him the previous weekend regarding things like playing in turn and not slowing the game up. It seemed his favorite thing the first two days was to ask a totally unrelated question every time the action came to him, slowing up the game considerably and irritating several players. I had a very short, friendly conversation with him about it, and he stopped doing it. We had no problems with him for the rest of the week until the above incident.

Posted by J at 7:48 AM PST
Updated: Wednesday, December 22, 2004 7:54 AM PST
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Saturday, December 18, 2004
What A Week
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: Sum 41 - Moron
I'm glad its over. Back to the weekend so I can get back to my other true love, Poker. Its been a good weekend, staying real busy. I haven't had any help on grave because of vacations and stuff, but everyone else has pitched in and things are running smoothly.

I got an urge last week, I bet $110 on the Falcons to beat the Raiders by 4 in the first half. I am glad to say that I won. I got another urge this week on the Steelers beating the Giants by at least 7 in the first half today. I hope I'm right

Fantasy Basketball has been going well, I have a decent lineup. I am about 180 pts behind the leader, with 4180. I just cant seem to catch up to this guy, but Ive been down by 200 or so for 2 now. Heres the lineup:

Wade, Dwyane MIA 12/19 ORL 23.0 5.7 7.2 37.0 983.5 $7,940,000
Hinrich, Kirk CHI 12/18 IND 14.8 3.7 7.1 0.0 651.5 $6,320,000
Gasol, Pau MEM 12/19@LAC 18.9 9.0 2.8 31.0 756.0 $7,270,000
Chandler, Tyson CHI 12/18 IND 9.3 9.8 1.0 0.0 570.5 $3,770,000
Okur, Mehmet UTA 12/19@NY 12.2 6.5 1.6 31.0 572.5 $4,220,000
Francis, Steve ORL 12/18 DEN 21.6 6.1 6.9 0.0 866.5 $7,560,000


About 38 Million or so...... Not bad.

Have Fun

J

PS. $60 Shootout tournament @ Montego Tonight. See you there.

Posted by J at 9:21 AM PST
Updated: Saturday, December 18, 2004 9:24 AM PST
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Friday, December 10, 2004
The Thin Line Between Love and Hate
Mood:  rushed
Now Playing: Audioslave - I Am The Highway
Wow, what a dream. I just woke up and realized that its time for work already.

Last night ranks up there with some of the strangest. The funniest part is that I have been referring to Kooky Chicks lately. Well, I just realized who their queen is. Well call her 'CL'. As you can guess, she was in playing poker last night. Now, the problem with CL is not that she is a stiff. Just the opposite, in fact. I think I got $30 from her in one round. The money was her stab at trying to excuse her gross misbehavior. I had to clean up no less than 2 drinks off the table, settle one very big shouting match, and decline several invitations to 'go upstairs' after work. Not to mention the 3 customers who came to me privately and asked if I could do anything to shut her up.

Now, I'm a sucker for the money. Money talks. Thats what I'm there for. I could feed you some curdled cheese about the love of the game and making friends and a positive impact on society, but its cash that keeps me coming back. I guess thats what made shutting down 'CL' so hard. I tell ya', there's some sort of moral dilemma every day!

I'm just glad she left without making too much of a scene.

Oh yeah, notice to any employees who may be reading this, QUIT COMPLAINING ABOUT YOUR HOURS! I'm not getting any either. Jesus! Its Christmas! If its not busier after new years, I may reopen the complaint department, but for now its closed for the holidays.

Not to be totally negative, I have some great news about my daughter Aurie. This last week she started going to the second grade in the mornings for reading (she is in first grade). Way to go girl! I am so proud of her!

One last apology to you faithful readers, I promise I will try to write more. I have to work at it a little more, but I think it will be worth it. This writing stuff is good for the soul.

J

Posted by J at 10:03 PM PST
Updated: Friday, December 10, 2004 10:07 PM PST
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Thursday, December 9, 2004
More Kooky Chicks?
Mood:  hungry
Now Playing: Snoop Dogg - From Tha Chuuuch to Da Palace
Wonder Why?...........

Posted by J at 1:21 PM PST
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Wednesday, December 8, 2004
Ninjabum
Mood:  chillin'
Now Playing: Garbage - Push It





It's a good try...... Do ya think its true?

Posted by J at 9:44 PM PST
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Almost Time to Crash
Mood:  incredulous
Now Playing: Audioslave - Like A Stone
I've tried to keep this blog non political, but I promised these links to a friend....

'Stinking Evidence' of Possible Election Fraud Found in Florida

UC Berkeley Research Team Sounds 'Smoke Alarm' for Florida E-Vote Count; Irregularities may have awarded 130,000 - 260,000 or more excess votes to Bush in Florida

Evidence Mounts That The Vote May Have Been Hacked

Anyways, enjoy!

J

Posted by J at 9:20 AM PST
Updated: Wednesday, December 8, 2004 9:22 AM PST
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Tuesday, December 7, 2004
Suspensions and the NBA
Mood:  lazy
Now Playing: Nickleback - See You at the Show
It seems to me that players are being suspended more and more in both the NBA and organized sports in general. Fights and altercations with fans, flagrantly hard fouls, and poor conduct off the court have all led to a record number of suspensions in the league.

"Cant we all just get along?" - Rodney King, Late 1900's

I wish they'd all just behave, but it seems there is a new level of arrogance and contempt from players and people alike. I think recent problems are directly related to the general attitude of society. I hope the breakdown isn't too severe.

Posted by J at 10:56 PM PST
Updated: Tuesday, December 7, 2004 10:57 PM PST
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Friday, December 3, 2004
Kooky Chicks.... You Know Who You Are.
Mood:  sharp
Now Playing: Outkast - Decatur Psalm
What a whirlwind week. Vegas is over and I very much wish it wasn't. I described a few things in my last post, but there was so much more. I did realize some of the positives of exploring the city on my own. I got to do everything that I wanted to do that I had time for, and it was all half price, cuz I was just paying for myself.

I will post my first, last and only bitchy post about ESPN Zone here. I think too many companies have taken a name and used it for profit in too many areas. These guys may know food, but they know shit about customer service. I'll start with Tuesday night. I wanted to see the Jazz/Suns game, and I figured where else but the ESPN Zone. Well, I was sorely mistaken. I guess Australian rules football (Rugby for all the dumb asses) is more important than an NBA game that involved the team with the best record in the league and the team that used to play half its home games in Vegas. Thank god they had New York/Atlanta on instead. Well I stayed anyway. Ordered the Salmon and cocktail. Wanted the cocktail first, but I failed to express that desire to my server. Well, I guess she did bring it first, but it took 15+ minutes. Were talking Wild Turkey and Coke here... nothing that requires talent like a blender or shaker or something. PS. It wasn't because the bar was very busy. Alot of people told me I'd have to wait, but I got right in, and there were several empty tables nearby. Anyhow, I get my drink finally, and then more waiting. Finally, I smell my food coming before I actually see the guy. That salmon was so old, it was probably left over from the time when Jesus fed the masses with fish and loaves. I guess he had extra and sold it to espn. The taters were pretty bad too. I choked some down, but I barely ate 1/3 of my plate, and it was a small portion to begin with. I had finished my drink right after my food arrived, and wanted another. I asked one of the other waiters to get me another, thankfully he brought it. I finally saw my waitress. She stopped at the table beside me first, and I heard her apologize to them that she had been on break and that she was sorry everything took so long. She finally stopped at my table with the bill and no apology, I might add. She noticed right away that I hadn't eaten much and asked if it was OK. I told her no, but that I didn't want anything else, I just wanted to go. She took my $ and that was the last I saw her.

Fast forward to lunchtime the next day. I was pretty tired, but I knew I wanted to get something to eat and relax a little before I went to bed. I had noticed that The ESPN Zone had booths with built in tv's that looked pretty comfy, so I decided to give them one more chance. I went in and was greeted right away. As the host was trying to seat me at a regular table, I explained that I wanted to sit at a booth. He told me that it was against policy to seat only one person at a booth, you had to have two or more people. I stopped, looked around and counted at least five empty booths. I turned and told him thanks, but no thanks.

Never going in there again, I can tell you. On a positive note, I went back to the Bellagio where I was staying. Their cafe was pricey, but I had a great tenderloin steak and some of the best Chicken Noodle soup I have ever tasted. It cost me damn near $60 but it was worth it. Kudos to the Bellagio and their excellent service. I got to sit where I wanted too.

Wow, Time for work already. I swear this Vegas Post is gonna take me 4 days. Thats how much fun I had though..... More Later.

J

Posted by J at 9:44 PM PST
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Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Hello From Vegas
Mood:  vegas lucky
Now Playing: some '80s bubblegum radio station playing wilson phillips or something
Hi from Vegas. The trip has been awesome so far. Poker was a huge success, and I went to see 2 shows. I just got out from seeing George Carlin at the MGM Grand Theater. Not his best work, in fact several people left in the middle of the show. Rita Rudnor was awesome yesterday at New York, NY. I stooped in to see her show then checked out Coyote Ugly for a while and capped it off with 4-8 Hold em at the Bellagio till 1PM - All nighter. More when I get home.... My order is ready here at this Internet cafe, so I gotta go.

J

Posted by J at 11:08 PM PST
Updated: Wednesday, December 1, 2004 11:10 PM PST
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Saturday, November 27, 2004
Where to Begin?
Mood:  lucky
Now Playing: Tenacious D - Tribute
Well, I guess I can start with why I feel lucky. Second place baby! I took second in the Saturday night tournament.... We actually split second 3 ways, but I can still claim it because I had more chips than anyone but the leader, who hat at least 10 times what I had.... The deal we took was pretty good, I walked with over $300 for my troubles.

I had a great night last night playing, making a little over $200 in a very soft 1-5. I probably could have done better, but I had several problems to deal with so my true focus wasn't on playing.

My old buddy, we'll call him 'T' is back in from Montana. I am kidding about buddy, the guy is one of the most annoying people I have ever met. Bad lisp, horrible personality, and doesn't know when to shut up. I will give him the fact that he is an above average player, which makes it even worse. I just hope none of the players try to stomp on him. I would have a moral obligation to prevent it. I last saw him 3 years ago, and I'm serious that it was good he left town when he did, because I knew of a few guys that wanted a piece. I hope he doesn't overstay this time.

The Jazz sorely disappointed me this evening, falling to the Spurs by 35? 37?, I'm not sure. Anything over 30 is just horrible. Please Jazz, please show up and play next game....

As for my bets last night, I thought I had money in the bank, but it wasn't so. Mr Stevie Nash got his head cracked shortly into the 2nd quarter. I ended up missing to bets on the parlay, both the suns and the over. I have to believe that if Nash had stayed in the game Phoenix would have gotten the extra 3 points I needed, and the game would have gone over. I missed the over by 10 or so.

Tried to catch a 2nd half bet on the Jazz tonight, but I missed. Down by 26, I got them -4 the second half. They could've lost by 21 and I would have been a winner. 37 points? I hope Kirilinko isn't hurt too bad. I hope I can remember how to spell his name next time too.

Well, another day in paradise, only 2 more to go, then its Vegas baby, Vegas!

J

Posted by J at 10:08 PM PST
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Friday, November 26, 2004
Lets Track My Bets Some More
Mood:  cheeky
Now Playing: Avril Lavigne - My Happy Ending / Jazz vs. Rockets / Suns vs. Hornets
Well, I figure its time to put up some more of my bets, since I have been doing pretty well at it lately. I did a 4 team $20 parlay (Pays $240). I have the spurs, Jazz, Suns, and the over on the Suns. I also bet $22 on the first half of the Suns game -7.5. I'll keep you posted as the night goes on.

J

Posted by J at 6:11 PM PST
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Thursday, November 25, 2004
Gotta get me one of these!
Now Playing: Crazy Town - Butterfly
Whats Happening to this world? Can you believe this?

Posted by J at 2:57 AM PST
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Tuesday, November 23, 2004
What has Seattle put in their Wheaties?
Mood:  incredulous
Now Playing: LFO - Summergirls
Wow, Minnesota is gettin spanked by the Sonics. They lose their first game, then proceed to win 9 straight. Wonder if they can keep it up.

I thought the way the Jazz showed up last night was almost disgraceful, I mean New Orleans hadnt won a game yet. I hope they can show up against the Bulls tomorrow (another winless team).

Minor Poker disaster last night, I got stuck $60 and then the game went down. I did have an enjoyable evening talking to several of Wendovers finest at the bar. Off duty of course. I gotta take my hat off to these guys and girls, they do so much more than we know for society.

Hope you enjoy the shovel. Heres the page that got me there, off foxsports.com.

J

Posted by J at 6:52 PM PST
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The Mighty Shovel
Mood:  mischievious
Now Playing: New Order - Blue Monday
Not for the faint of heart. Slapstick funny though.

The Shovel

Posted by J at 6:43 PM PST
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Saturday, November 20, 2004
The Sky is Falling
Mood:  hungry
Now Playing: Sportcenter
You know the world is going crazy when the best rapper is a white guy, the best golfer is a black guy, the tallest guy in the NBA is Chinese, the Swiss hold the America's Cup, France is accusing the U.S. of arrogance, Germany doesn't want to go to war, and the three most powerful men in America are named 'Bush', 'Dick', and 'Colon'.
-- Chris Rock


Posted by J at 9:06 PM PST
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What a Week!
Mood:  lazy
Now Playing: Kanye West - All Falls Down / FLA-FSU on ESPN
I can't think of a better week I've had in a long time. I became the proud owner of a new (to me) Mercedes 190 E. I got a great deal, and I have to give a shout to my dad who helped me find it. More on this later.

Did you catch the big heavyweight fight last night? You know, the Pacers - Pistons rumble. I will not be surprised to see Ron Artest suspended for a very very long time, and possibly locked up too. Stephen Jackson should do a little time too. It did make for some must see TV. Everyone in the poker room agreed with me that the only good thing about this brawl is that we didn't have to see Terrell Owens with the naked girl in the locker room anymore. I bet this fight will be even more overplayed than that. Hopefully they get more security in the arena so it doesn't happen again. Had to love the guy who threw the folding chair at O'neal. Classic.

Poker last night was almost a bust. I was stuck $150 before I won a hand. I got a little crazy after that, and I got back all but $5. I was amazed at some of the calls I got, considering I was telling people what I had most of the time.

3-6 seems to be really taking off. I like the game because there is quite a bit more action, and with the mix of chips, the pots seem to look even bigger.

Props to the Utes, they will probably end up in the Fiesta Bowl, who they,ll be facing I have no Idea, but it will be cool to see them in a major bowl game.

More in the morning, I promise

J

Posted by J at 9:03 PM PST
Updated: Saturday, November 20, 2004 9:07 PM PST
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Sunday, November 14, 2004
Perception Can Be Deadly
Now Playing: Digital Underground - Freaks of the Industry
I bet a lot of mimes choke to death because nobody believes they're really choking.
-- John Gephart

Posted by J at 3:07 PM PST
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Yesterday
Mood:  accident prone
Now Playing: Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock - It Takes Two
Full room last night. We had six games and there was tons of action. The highlight of the night (at least while working, more on this later) was that a very interesting player made his return after a 2 month hiatus. We will call him "D". This poor kid lost at least $1200 in a 1-5 game through the night. his technique was simple. Raise. Raise again. Raise till you cant raise no more. I dealt several hands on that table that were capped every round. Not only did 'D' raise, but he had the unique ability to make half the table either call or re raise him. I pushed several $200 pots to people with only the 2nd or 3rd pair. Or ace high or something. Fun to watch, but I'm glad I was working instead of playing. The game was basically a contest to see who could draw out on the other.

I had another good showing in the tournament, placing 10th. Except that it only pays 1, 2, and 3. Gotta quit making silly mistakes. I have big plans for tonight's tournament. I hope to place in either tonight's tournament or in the Monday no limit at the Rainbow. Patience.

Basketball couldn't have been better yesterday. The Jazz won in grand fashion, and I went 4/4 on my sports bets, thank you very much. Watch the overs on games. I bet a couple and hit them all. Scoring in the league is up by an average of more than 3 pts per game, and historically it only increases as the year progresses. Exciting for bets, and its a fun brand of basketball to watch.

Good luck to me!

J

Posted by J at 3:04 PM PST
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Saturday, November 13, 2004

Mood:  on fire
Now Playing: Sum 41 - Fat Lip
Tournament time again. Tonight is the $60 buy in shootout. No Rebuys. I gotta play good from the start. I like my chances, I have been finishing well in tournaments lately, I think I am due for a win. I just have to remember- no mistakes, cuz there aren't any second chances.

Last night was quite entertaining in the poker room. We had several games and I was called in early. I was able to jump right into the lineup and make some money. The strangest part was that the last game left was the 2-10. It was pretty fat tonight, there were several players that cashed out over $500. I dread to think how much a couple guys that didn't cash out were in. Oh well, gotta make a living somehow...

Big game tonight, the Jazz and Detroit. I hope that Utah can bounce back from their loss to Toronto the other night. Did I mention that my dad and I lost every ticket we bet on that game? At least Ben Wallace will not be playing, should give the Jazz a little edge in the middle.

A few thoughts about this Scott Peterson thing. I wish it weren't getting the undeserved hype that it is, I think it is a terrible thing that he did to his wife and unborn child. (Assuming he really is guilty. 12 people who know alot more details are sure of it, and thats good enough for me.) I hope things won't turn into a media circus with the Hacking case in Utah, I think that the families deserve a little more respect than that. I cant imagine going through the trauma of losing a loved one and then seeing it plastered everywhere in the media for years afterward. The sooner it is off my television and computer, the better. Thats all I have to say about that.

J

Posted by J at 1:42 PM PST
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Fun Stuff
Mood:  hungry
Now Playing: Tenacious D - Tribute
You gotta check this one out:

Virtual Bartender Chic

J

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