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Just me - Tue May 03, 2011, 04:25 AM
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Hi everyone, first I want to thank the government for taking away one of the only things I had a chance with doing with myself. I just started online poker in 2007 and now I cannot do that anymore. They say that want to make a place where you don't deposit and can still win, well you can do that right here on Pokerstars. Wait I would be able to if I didn't live here in America thats right. I had my ear surgery on the 28th of last month and it seems like it went good. I have to wait until the 19th of this month to see my surgeon and then can find out just how it went from a hearing test I will be taking then. I am on oxycodone for the pain right now so I am mostly out of it most days anyway. I miss PSO and all the friends and even the enemies lol. They also tell us if we want to play poker then go to a casino or a card room. I live a good ways away from a casino and a good 45 minute but ride to the nearest cardroom and with how I hurt most of the time, it is not a very good idea for me to go a lot. So thank you the American Government for taking away one of the few things I do to try to help myself and have fun. I guess I will keep doing this until they bring back online poker for us here at Pokerstars. Everyone else enjoy the poker and what it seems like a free cyber country to play in lol. Take care all.

BOWLINGNINJA
 
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Tue May 03, 2011, 04:47 AM
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Miss ya ninja...gl see ya online real soon trust me
 
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Wed May 04, 2011, 06:23 PM
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Thank you KO'ing Donks. I miss playing poker with you and everyone else too. I am in 2 home games with some PSO'ers and it is fun just not quite the same you know. Good luck at the tables and thanks again.
 
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hope you get well - Fri May 06, 2011, 01:00 AM
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I hope year ear gets better and you will be able to play sometime soon.
As far as why the U.S players can't play I don't even know why or what
give's the goverment the rite to take it away.
could someone please help me understand how a this happened to the
amrican players. IT'S JUST NOT RITE!

GET WELL NINJA

Last edited by mmaracle; Fri May 06, 2011 at 10:42 AM..
 
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Fri May 06, 2011, 07:58 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mmaracle View Post
I hope year ear gets better and you will be able to play sometime soon.
As far as why the U.S players can't play I don't even know why or what
give the guverment the rite to take it away.
could someone please help me understand how a this happened to the
amrican players. IT'S JUST NOT RITE!

GET WELL NINJA
Where is Tazz when he is finally needed?????
 
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Fri May 06, 2011, 08:24 AM
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Fri May 06, 2011, 10:31 AM
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yummm anus beef
 
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Fri May 06, 2011, 04:27 PM
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You should come play EVE Online. It is a MMO spaceship type game. Everything you do in that game is a gamble. The game is all about making as much money as possible, and every avenue to accomplish this comes with risk. You can save up for a nice ship for weeks and when you finally get to fly it, there is always a chance it will get destroyed and you lose it all permanently. After you save up some isk you can invest it into the free market of EVE to make even more.... or lose it. The more risk you take, the more you stand to gain or lose. You can even gamble your money on a no limit holdem third party software!

Anyways, it might be worth checking out while you have a lot of free time on your hands. It has a lot to offer to someone who enjoys poker and gambling. It costs $15 a month to play, but after 6 months or so you might be able to afford buying game time with in game money. I have two accounts now and I don't pay a dime!
 
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Sat May 07, 2011, 03:00 PM
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Thank you mmarmacle. I have good days and bad still and we will see what happens. I am playing in a home game or two in free play tourneys.
Could Tazz be enjoying one of those anus burgers? LMAO j/k.
That sounds interesting shark that website but will have to see.
The U.S. Government think it can do what it wants when it wants and noone can stop them. Our rights as U.S. citizens are slowly being taken away here and if it keeps up you will probably be seeing more and more natural born citizens of here going to Canada or some other country. Here whether people admit it or not immigrants are given more than the naturally born citizens which is sad. Here in Oregon for example they had a town meeting about whether or not to make it legal for illigal immigrants to get a drivers license without the proper paperwork. http://www.koinlocal6.com/news/local...pIRMeEv3Q.cspx. Here they not only do not put you in prison or deport you for coming here illegally but they also say here you go here is a drivers license too so you can drive. They claim it makes the streets " safer " if they have a license. BS. Ok everyone have a good day.
 
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Sat May 07, 2011, 09:51 PM
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I believe a law was recently passed here in Maryland that allows illegal immigrants in-state tuition at our colleges (under certain circumstances, I'm not aware of exactly what they are). People in Virginia can't even get that deal. It is crazy...
 

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