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Predator Drones seen circling Isle of Man

Mon Apr 25, 2011, 06:28 PM
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Tue Apr 26, 2011, 02:48 AM
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That wasn't a predator drone, that was a very large Seagull. All this time I thought he was moving to Las Vegas.
Tue Apr 26, 2011, 09:46 AM
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Originally Posted by nrogm View Post
It ain't over yet. Those predator drones have cameras that can see your hole cards!

Bin Laden, Gaddafi and now Campos are on the target list.

Since Capos left Dragonfish last year, Dragonfish has picked up Harrah's Interactive Entertainment as a client for online gaming. Small wonder PS is under the gun...

In 2012, when Donald Trump is elected President, we can expect to see a National Online Poker Lottery for the US which will indeed be the cure for the National Debt.

PSO members really need to step back a bit and look at the big picture and not worry so much about the league updates...

And I really need to find something else to do. Tying up a few EHC's and will be on the water soon...

that must be some good sht you are smoking, trump for president, ok maybe an advisor like secretary treasurer, but prez..i don't know man, maybe if he legalize pot as well as online gambling, then he would win for sure.....

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