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  1. Welcome? **** you welcome. I been here. Where ron mexico at? Or speedz? Or beans&icewater. They were the talents of this thread.
  2. Are any of you ugly mother****ers here? This is Caleb.
  3. Not if you bet your bluffs the same. then they still can't define. But pressure is a constant. In any game pressure is an invaluable intangible. Pressure is the key to poker. I good sized bet in a good sized pot means they can't respond without the thought in their head that they may have to play for their stack. Cause they know it's liable to come again. They have to face it twice or maybe three times. Or maybe all at once. INTIMIDATE. smarter players than I advise a more conservative, small ball approach. But I say play with big balls. Cut nuts. It creates fear, and fear is an invaluabl
  4. A relaxed attitude comes only through repetitions. Repetitions come with getting your ass beat down until you become hard. You are soft right now. A dull blade. Pain and suffering will hone that samurai sword. Pay attention. All the time. To everything. With time, the mystical foresight your opponents exert over you will become routine and obvious. When you live on the alert, the game becomes clear. Unmuddled by bullshit. Intentional repetition will yield qualitatively different results. Patience. The results will sneak up on you. Or maybe you're just too dumb to play the game.
  5. Ok. Listen up homos. I wrote a poem to my sister on text message. This the way it goes: I'm a big Garth Grooks fan. And the Wu Tang Clan. And Woody Harrelson -- Ted Danson. And Lady Gaga and Bette Midler, And most of all -- the very most of all -- I love Joan Rivers. That filthy old cunt. --- SO? HUH? GOOD RIGHT? IT TOOK DECADES OF DRUNK WRITING TO PUT TOGETHER THAT PIECE. DON'T LET ME GO UNappreciated in my own time. That would be a sin.
  6. You know, the stalls in korea come all the way to the floor. They go higher up as well. It's like your own private little room. And the cleaning ladies don't kick you out when they clean. they'll run a mop between your legs while you piss at the urinal. Also, kimchi makes for some really solid and oddly textured poops.
  7. I'd just send her a text then. Don't ask her out or anything. Just say you're going and that it would be cool to see her there. Maybe try to add a little joke in there. Keep it relaxed.
  8. Not really your decision to make, man. Sorry. No reason to get worked up about it. I bet you're taking it harder than your kid is.
  9. Hmm. But your friends are going to this college thing? Or are you going by yourself?
  10. This is what makes asking her out such a terrible plan.
  11. I think calling and asking her out is a lot of pressure for both of you. I'd set up a night out drinking with a group of friends (this has to include at least a couple of girls, preferably good looking ones) and then send her a casual text asking if she'd like to tag along. And tell the truth about why it's been so long since you've contacted her minus the part about you being a pussy. Just apologize and say you had a lot going on when you got her number. It makes you look like a dude who isn't desperate. Anyway, if she texts back and shows up, great. If not, you still get to get drunk with yo
  12. How well do you think she remembers you?
  13. I joined the military. 19 months left.
  14. I think moving to nyc would be awesome. I've always wanted to do it. I'm thinking of doing it when I get back from Korea actually. Not that I've ever been to new york or know anything about it, but it looks nice on tv and the ladies seem real classy. Plus, I bet there's always something cool going on. You couldn't get bored in nyc.I'm pretty sure I could get him to stop being stinky if I went about it the way I normally would. In fact, last year through a combination of heart to heart talks and brutal berating I got a guy to stop stinking on his body and in his mouth. It went kind of like this
  15. Yeah, there's an HR department, but that seems like just about the worst way to deal with it. Same with going to your boss. You people don't really act that way do you?
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