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/Apr/2011

A canadian's message to american players

By: dlinqnt @ 01:07 (EDT) / 51 / Comment ( 1 )
to all the american players that are no longer allowed to play online, i would like to express my condolences. 

poker is a game.  pure and simple.  it blows my mind that a government that is supposed to protect the freedoms of its people decided to take a stand on this issue of all things.  how is poker a threat to the american people?  this is beyond stupid in my opinion.

we are all the same at the poker table; we are all playing a beautiful game.  i hope these clowns get their collective heads out of their asses and devote their time and energy (not to mention millions of wasted tax dollars) to something that actually matters.

what a waste.  stupid stupid stupid.
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