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About getarealjob

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  1. Go straight to the source. Red highlighted sections in the New Testament.Leading a spiritual life is not complicated. You don't have to defend it to anyone. You either get it or you don't. You either keep your eyes and heart open or you don't. You either turn your will over to the care of God or you don't. Faith is not an intellectualizing act. It is what it is, much like God and Jesus Christ. Incidentally, Negreanu, you've probably already read this, but Richard Dawkin's God Delusion supports Jesus' ethical views from NT. God Delusion is a good read as well--ultimately it reinforces
  2. Damn Negreanu. I haven't posted in ages. You have certainly come a long way from that arrogant Richie Rich from two years ago when you were at the peak of your success and delusional about your place in this world. I have to say. This blog is the best poker blog I've read from you since your old school articles, from back in the day--the days when you were hungry.You just may have inspired a few people with that blog, buddy--beyond poker, in the game of life.
  3. fck NWP. Most of them are losers in life and in poker.
  4. A true inspiration.Chip, make sure it's poppin' when we get up there, don't front.R.I.P.
  5. Pechanga has a good 4/8 kill game. In fact on a good night, any game 4/8 and above is pretty juicy. Granted this is about a year ago. I still believe Pechanga is the best cardroom close to the border.
  6. Fact pattern? hahah. Been to law school much buddy?
  7. http://www.neverwinpoker.com/phpnuke/html/ftopict-37197.html
  8. Bro, you got a duty to set some of these kids straight. It dawned on me tonight, as I browsed some topics, that the kids that frequent these forums are babies, not poker-wise, but life-wise. Poker-wise, they are Doyle Brunsons (70 year olds with more poker knowledge than Chip and Doyle combined), life-wise they are staring out of the bars of a crib at the real world beyond, unable to fathom a normal life, relegated to gambler's codes and gambler's realities. You're pretty upfront about most issues, but when it comes to poker, and the gambler's life in general, I've noticed that you tend to
  9. Spend more time on your studies. I would not wish the poker life on my worst enemy.Beyond that, get a real job, you'll be more employable, and if you decide to go the degenerate route, full-time, at least you'll know a way to grind out a new bankroll without begging for money (which in the world of poker we call "staking or backing"). Focus on school, get a real job or a paid internship in your field of choice.
  10. Stop smoking crack. You'll be alright. Worry about it when you've collapsed this conditional statement: IF, then _____. Win the seat, worry later. Honestly they should raise the age requirements for poker and life management. Stay in your crib until you gain the requisite skills to put yourself out there.
  11. Give it up bro, online poker is dead.Get a real job, get a real career, then move to LA or Vegas.
  12. Merely, running well? hahahahahRiiiiiiight; he's obviously catching cards, but don't minimize his skills. He's probably the best no-limit hold'em tournament player on the market right now.We got a bunch of poker's version of Salieri on this forum.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Salieri
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