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/Nov/2014

Where is Hollywood in our fight.

By: Luckyday696 @ 08:57 (EST) / 286 / Comment ( 0 )

Why haven't we seen any tv shows or movies even mention the fight for online poker?  No patient being told that they must change their careers because their now to injured to travel to and from the brick and morter casino's.  Or how about saturday night live doing a nevada high school career day with a variety of different professional gamblers.  even Intervention the show that dealt with different forms of addiction never mentioned if they ever found someone was a professional and not a pathological gambler and had to tell their family not to worry about their gambling but to try to get them to take up a hobby and help them achive more of a balance in their lives.

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