Nope, I don't gamble, never have, never will.
Yes, I play slots
Yes, I play the tables
No, I don't care for casinos
Yes, but only Las Vegas and/or on cruises
I prefer gambling on the horse/dog races
I gamble on sports
Poke is my favorite gambling game
I do online gambling
I rarely gamble
No, I do not gamble
Years will pass between my visits to a casino, but when I do go I enjoy it. Roulette's my game.
I'm already gearing up for Finger Vote 2014.
Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.
My taste in cars hasn't changed much either, I will likely always favor mid-engined lightweight agile vehicles for sport. The reason being, these were not conclusions or tastes I arrived at simply because of the inexperience of youth; I arrived at my positions by reason.
Much like my political views, which many older adults insisted would change as I aged, but did not. Why do you ask? How is denying what you already know is good an evolution?
Who left the fridge open?
People are highly irrational beings, but funny enough we tend to consistently think of ourselves as rational.
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By the way, the best lobster I ever had was during the first date with the woman who is now my wife.
There are bad films for example that I saw before age 15 that I still love and hold a nostalgic view of, despite the fact they are objectively bad. Where as most people 15+ rightly regarded such films as stupid.
Also, congratulations on finding someone to love.
Who left the fridge open?
I have worked far too hard for my money in my lifetime and do not throw it away in any casino. Having said that I do love Las Vegas for the architecture, the kitsch, and most of all the food. Its a great place to spend three days and not one minute more. The Red Rocks are also a great place to visit when there. The few times I have been in local casinos I find them to be really sad and ugly places reeking of stale cigarette smoke, sad and desperate people, and just a general feeling of depression.
There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old's life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.... John Rogers
Yup, that's all I'm saying: sensory input is largely emotional.As I said, I have no argument against the effect company has on the subjectivity of taste. I learned that from Penn and Teller's Bull****, where Penn had what he knew was a cheap canned meal but when with the people he loved said, "tastes pretty good."
Thanks, man. I'm probably not an easy person to love, so I'm thankful every day.Also, congratulations on finding someone to love.d
I love their buffets......
"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."