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/Feb/2011

An honest profession

By: puppymudhead @ 16:24 (EST) / 171 / Comment ( 1 )

I have had to do some soul searching lately because of a seed planted by someone who doesn't want to hear anything more about poker because "it is just so wrong". It has bothered me very much because it is what I do and what I want to do.  I feel like I no longer have freedom of speech if I am around them. After a lot of thought I determined that I am completely ok with it because I am more honest playing poker than one hell of alot of people from any profession. I probably won't but what I feel like saying if I am in a group of people including this person is " Well I'm not allowed to talk about poker but evidently it's ok to talk about other people since you guys are always cutting each other down when the other isn't around so who do you want to talk about?"

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