Tuesday, May 28, 2013

I dont know why im running so well lately, really dont deserve to be

Maybe its just variance. or maybe its because ive not worried about bills that needed paid and got taken care of. of course theres new ones, $54 ill need to pay on the phone by june 12, and $80 on the net after June 1, but both of those ill have about a months time to do it. the past due balances all got taken care of, and the current bill. those are when new bills come out. Biggest expense looming over my head immediately is my sons 21st birthday and i really should get that done today. i wanted to order him something online, and mom said no, to send him $20 in the mail in a card instead, but im not sure if i can get a decent birthday card at the casino or gas station here. selection would be really limited.

also id like to play about $100 worth of LIVE poker if i could, now that the roll is back in the $1400s. its been at least a month or longer since its been this high. after this morning's $42 VBJ win i am at $1457. also i renewed my room so my new checkout date is mon june 3. but only for 6 days, didnt have quite the comps for the full week, im still not earning them at a fast enough pace. i am earning them faster than if i followed Cutters suggestion of only playing 1 hand though. and ive still got 26 cans of beans and peaches, 19 soups, and some bread without any peanut butter left. and crackers too. ate in the buffet once since tuesday of last week is all. I think i might be doing well enough to where i can survive finally without needing any outright gifts, we shall see. of course id still like friends to take me to play poker though, sometimes it would be a good break from the VBJ. and im just not keeping enough on seals still. kind of would like to have money somewhere i could still play plenty of DON sngs, i really miss those, if it wasnt too hard to access the money. im getting sick and tired at the lack of 9 handed full tables. everything is 6 max or far less a lot of the time on many sites. such as the site someone referred to me on facebook, which i turned around and recommended to whitcolumn, then later told him why it aint so good after all.

im running at least $400 better off on the VBJ than what the math says i should be since that big drop, unless ive figured the math wrong. put in about $16-20k in coin in yet still up all that. even though Kimlee and Cutter think im no longer +ev on the machine without comps, and i might not be, but the way i play, theres no way to analyze it. but of course, once the roll is about double what it is now, then i should be +ev for sure without comps. (because of the wider spread).

also, if i had the discipline to never play more than 3 spots. that too would help reduce swings. (and big losses). would actually have more losing sessions but not nearly as big of losses.

that job offer was a pretty good deal, but id kind of like to prove i can make it here on my own, but i feel id be a fool not to go, hopefully it will still be available at some time in the future if say i drop my roll in half again. i am too afraid i would just end up getting fired within the first week or 2, since id not be familiar with it like all the other employees would. Or i might not wake up in time. or i might feel like i had enough to quit within 1 month instead of 6 once id saved up $1000 a week. But yeah its a great offer, i should already be on a bus or plane to ID right now. im just worried id lose the job. im worried id lose it even if i try to do my best.

and now my soup is getting cold, but at least ive finally got this blog post up.

69 comments:

  1. Tony:

    That job won't be there for you later. You will regret this decision.

    Not taking that job will be the worst decision you've made in the 5+ years I've known you.

    s.i.

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  2. The things you're worried about are all within your control. Worries you won't wake up in time? Simply do it. Worried you'll quit? Don't. Worried you'll not be used to it? Get used to it.

    How about proving you're half as good of a man as you think you are and take a real job instead of panhandling through your blog.

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  3. I don't understand how your brain works sometimes.
    You've constantly said you wish you had a large bankroll and you could prove that you could beat the games consistantly. You wouldn't have to worry about money, you could have a place to live, etc.

    Someone, a saint, comes along and says "I'll give you a job making more than you deserve for 6 months" and this job would set you up to have a larger bankroll (potentially) than you have ever had before and all you can do is make excuses why you won't even give it a shot.

    To me this proves that you only want FREE HANDOUTS where you don't have to put in any effort.
    You'd rather have 1400 and struggle playing machines day in and day out than give 6 months of honest work.
    You'd rather be poor and hope you get lucky like you did with the drawing a year or two ago than do some work and earn more money than you have ever had before.

    6 months to be set.
    6 months to be (tony) rich.
    6 months and then you could go wherever your little heart desires and play whatever games you feel you can make a living off of.
    6 months and all you have are excuses as to why you can't...er... won't do it.

    This is sad and maybe where I end the ride

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    1. What part of fact that he has multiple mental illnesses do you not understand? You constantly rip on him on here, on twitter, on your blog, taking small shots at him all the time and using this mentally handicapped person as the butt of many jokes and snide comments in all these social media mediums. I understand at one point you were an actual friend of his and might feel like its not a big deal, but when it comes down to it, it is. I personally do not like TBC's personality but I would never think of speaking to/about him in the tone you do, regardless of my friendship "status" with him.

      As for you TBC, take the fucken job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. what about this I saw today. Even you aren't banned from Truckstops !

    There are five Alamo truck stop "casinos" in Nevada -- the two you mention, one in Wells, one in Mill City, and another in North Las Vegas. Of these, only the Sparks and south Las Vegas locations have blackjack games, and both deal the most liberal rules in their respective areas. In Las Vegas there are two tables of single deck with naturals paying 3-2, dealer hits soft 17, late surrender, and an unbusted six-card hand is an automatic winner. The result is a basic-strategy edge for the casino of .14%. Limits are $5-$100.
    The Las Vegas Alamo is located at 8030 Dean Martin Drive, which is at the corner of Dean Martin and Blue Diamond Rd., across the street from the Silverton. In addition to the good blackjack game, it has some decent promotions and even a few slots that still operate by handle pull. Check it out during happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to midnight, when domestic beers and well drinks are just a buck.

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  5. I understand the fear you have of working. Will I be good at it? Will they fire me before I get the money? Could I last 6 months at the job? These are all mind games your mind is playing on you. You have to look past that and say I can do this and I will do this and go do it. Fight the negative and put positives in your mind. This isn't saying you have to give up on your persuit of gambling just the way of earning some money to set you up so you can play.

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  6. i spoke way too soon, my roll is only $1272 after sending my son the $20 and card, and losing $161 on the VBJ that was long overdue. and the loss was bigger than it shouldve been becuase i bet too much on a hand or 2 while playing.

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    1. So, you get down and start martingaling AGAIN?

      You are not cut out to be a gambler. Better call about that construction job becasue you will never get "rich" from gambling.

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    2. Send your son an additional $161 and just pretend you lost it on VBJ.

      You'll probably feel like shit because that's $161 that you cannot live without but your son will think you actually love him.

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  7. oh, i did find out one really important thing from MTTRomney. he paid for internet here, the $15 wifi fee at the goldstrike when he stayed here overnight, and it wouldnt let him on UP either. now i dont have to test it out myself. but he mentioned all the places in vegas he knows the wifi will work.

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  8. Ok I understand that a lot of the readers here want you to take the job I am offering. I also understand that you are afraid of not making it on a construction site. 90% of our craftsmen are from the US or speak near perfect English. The Company is Summit Industrial Construction(Google us) My name is Clint Herron and I am the General Foreman on this project my phone number is 903-268-1490 if any of your readers are interested in a entry level position feel free to call me or call the Corp office 678-646-0271 to get your name added to the call list for the Idaho job or any of the other jobs we have going.

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    1. Tony:

      Take the goddamned job. Send Clint a Christmas card every year, thanking him for the opportunity that he's giving you - one you have done nothing to deserve and one you'll never get again.

      Take this chance, or you'll regret it the rest of your life.

      s.i.

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    2. Clint -> regardless of how this pans out its very kind of you to make this offer. Just wanted to chime in

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  9. Tony for once in your life man up and take the job, i am sure Mr. Herron will work with you. Grow some cojones and take the job, your a fool if you don't.

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  10. "that job offer was a pretty good deal, but id kind of like to prove i can make it here on my own"

    hey, tony. working a job IS making it on your own.

    also, why do you think you need to "prove" this? your readers would admire you more if you took the job.

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  11. Hey TBC you say " I would like to prove I can make it my own "then you say " I would be a fool not to take this job" then you finish with " I am worried I may lose it even if I do my best" Tony you who spends his life trying to support himself by gambling should be able to figure out there is no certainty. I mean people lose jobs, lose relationships, and even lose their life. You keep asking " to be or not to be that is the question" See Hamlet. You seem like you want things to turn out great but you do not want to put yourself out in case you fail. That is not the way you get things in life unfortunately. Even good gamblers who know what they are doing have bad streaks but are able to overcome them. I hope you get what you want, whatever it is. Good Luck TBC

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  12. there are some flights to Boise for $132, and it seems it would be on the 17th of June, or anytime thereafter still in June. would Whitcolumn seriously want to stay there 6 months also, and have enough on hand for upfront costs also? that will end up being quite a bit. also they have a VBJ machine up there in Jackpot NV and it seems maybe at an indian slot parlor in idaho too, but the shufflemaster kind, not the better kind.

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    1. Tony forget about gambling while you are here. Concentrate on working and resting on your day off. And after you finish this job we will transfer you to another job with more pay. Providing you finish this one and want to continue making $60,000.00 + a year. Our next project is a 2 year job in Tampa FL.

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  13. Tony, I know you are not capable of keeping a 60 hour a week job permanently, but even you should be able to force yourself to comply and "fake it" for 6 months. I worked for almost 5 years at a job that I had to put in 70 hours a week with no overtime pay (technically I was working 3 different "jobs" for the same company, which is only legal in right to work states, ugh). It is hard. Every Monday I had to put in close to, or a little over 24 hours straight. I hated it, and it only paid 2/3rds of what you are offered.

    You should figure what you break even point is. How much it would cost you to get there and back, round trip, and how long you would have to work to get that amount. Then just take a good hard look at yourself and see if you think you can pull it out that long. Show up on time, follow directions, smile and bite your tongue when dealing with others. I think you can handle it.

    Otherwise, put in a plan to get yourself out of the middle of no where and back to Vegas where your income won't be so swingy.

    Anywhere in Vegas have this Dealer's Angel machine? I know I have seen it at MGM maybe? Does it offer comps on your Mlife card?

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    1. sure go to circus but u will get 6x as much in Jean in the way of cash or comps.

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  14. Tony, you're a pussy, a moron, and a liar for not taking this job. You've said all along you refuse to work because you won't make enough, aren't the right skin colour, and can't do the work. This job satisfies all those requirements but you won't do it because you're simply full of shit and working sounds hard and begging is much easier.

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  15. Tony just think how proud your mother and son would be for you. You would be able to buy your son things he needs, able to help your mother for taking care of your son. Tony people who work feel good about themselves, and you never know you might meet the right woman.

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    1. the right kind of woman doesnt go with a man because of his job, or the fact he has money. the right kind of woman goes with a man because he loves her and is faithful to her. most guys with money or jobs arent because their money gives them options, and makes them the wrong kind of man, but the money wouldnt change my moral standards.

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    2. Tony i am not saying cause you have a job or money you will meet the right woman. What i mean is you are going to be exposed to a lot of other places than just casinos. Most of the woman i have met has been while shopping for clothes.

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    3. ah, a confession from zin that he buys and dresses up in womens clothes, either that, or goes for women who wear mens clothes.

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    4. Lol, Tony women out number men in the men's clothing department retail stores. I can't control who the store hires.

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    5. didnt realize u were referring to employees instead of customers. i wouldnt be attracted to a woman whose employed. thats a turnoff no career women please. want a housewife, or someone available to spend their time with me at the table all day long. im surprised anyone would want a woman if she has a job, thats a big turnoff.

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    6. Makes sense, Tony. Good to make sure any woman you are with is more broke than you . . . possibly defective in some manner . . . someone with no ambition in life other to be bored out of her fucken mind by sitting by your side and watching you play poker all day.

      You, sir, are unintentionally hilarious (or, as I've often speculated, an absolute genius who is playing us all . . .).

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    7. Tony to make a relationship work you have to let your other half work if she wants to. Don't be a control freak.

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    8. Most any women (or men for that matter) avoids building a relationship with someone that smells of desperation, and Tony, you live the life of constant desperation. Getting a paying job may help you to rid this desperation, hence making you more attractive to potential partners.

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    9. I hate to sound like a troll, but Tony, you would need a house before you could have a housewife.

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    10. Holy shit PPP, you nailed it. Tony is leveling all of us. I feel like such an ass! Haha.

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  16. This is not the first job offer he has turned down....I offered him a job in Vegas several months ago; but why work when people will continue to give him handouts left and right.

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    1. u never offered me a job, u just said u knew someone else who might if i was interested. also it was a min wage job, not nearly as great an offer.

      who said i turned this job down? its not til the 17th. odds are ill take it, that would be a terrible lot of money to turn down, even if i only could last 1-2 months. i was just trying to think about it and learn all i needed to know before i leave town. even sickcallmggee expressed an interest over the phone in coming along and working there.

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  17. i would like to sit around vegas and just play poker at the V or nugget or orleans for about 2 weeks until id need to be in idaho just before june 17th, but how much of the $1300 can i lose, and still have enough to survive and travel on til i get the first paycheck? maybe if i took the job a friend would loan me $2000 for poker and misc expenses in the meanwhile if they had my word id take the job, plus repay them $2500 for their $2000 on my 4th paycheck.

    this is a serious question, how low can this $1300 go if i play poker, and still have enough to relocate to boise and survive for like 3 weeks til id receive the first of the money from the job? truthfully i have no idea. but $1500 a week is just too much to turn down.

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  18. Tony, you have like 20 days until this job. Here's what you do:

    (1) BUY your plane ticket NOW so you have no excuse not to go; make the reservation for a couple of days BEFORE the job starts so you are rested when work begins.

    (2) Buy what ever minimum items you need to begin the job.

    (3) Figure out how much money you will need to complete this move and separate it from the rest of your "roll"

    (4) Preserve your roll until you leave. Don't even think about playing a high variance game like poker. If you have to, just keep grinding the minimum on the VBJ machine to get a comped room over your head until you leave.

    In short, take the job, and DON'T focus on gambling for the next few weeks. Rather, focus on life. Rest. Read some books or something.

    Finally, as for the naysayers (including yourself) who don't think you can keep this job for six months . . . You CAN. Just decide for yourself that you want to work, and you can do it. Like anything new, it will be difficult at first. But, stick with it, and it will become easier. Don't worry about gambling in Idaho. YOU ARE NOT THERE TO GAMBLE. Think long term. Think about how much better your life will be in six months with all that money saved up.

    Good luck, and I really, really (like, really) hope you take advantage of this opportunity. Chances like this come few and far between. Make the most of it. That, sir, will make your friends and family proud of you.

    - Pete

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  19. Tony good to hear you are seriously considering the job offer. Seems legit and I've traded emails with Clint on AVP on other issues so he's not some troll making this up. It's at least worth a try. You should just be clear as to what will be expected. I don't think Clint would set you up for failure. He knows about.you. It's gonna be a big adjustment and u may hate it the first few weeks but its a generous offer and alot of money considering you don't have alot of prior work experience. With your living expenses you should be able to bank alot.

    Take a break from gambling. It's always gonna be there. Give it a try. Could be a big life changer for you. If not at least you gave it a shot.

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  20. Tony does Clint know you do not have a drivers license? Would be bad you go to Boise and told can't be hired cause no drivers license. Run it by Clint before heading out to Bosie.

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    1. ive told him all i have is a louisiana state id, thats why he said to get my social security card or proof ive applied for a duplicate card. the job requires no driving.

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    2. Tony a picture ID and SS card or application for one is all that is needed.

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    3. what about the guy on here who claims i cant deduct all the expenses off my taxes u said i can deduct

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    4. Tony, Clint is not your accountant. He's a guy graciously offering you an escape from your current miserable existence. We all pay taxes. Regardless of whether some or all of the categories of expenses Clint mentioned are deductible, take the job. Paying taxes is no reason to reject gainful employment.

      Stop looking for excuses NOT to take advantage of this opportunity.

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  21. Tony Bigcharles May 29, 2013 at 7:56 AM

    "ah, a confession from zin that he buys and dresses up in womens clothes, either that, or goes for women who wear mens clothes."

    So ... the truth is out ... mwhahahahaha

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  22. If you take that job I will prepare your tax return next year for free. But do not expect to deduct most of your expenses. Food and clothing will not be deductable. about the only thing you could hope to deduct would be travel expenses to get to Idaho.

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    1. He can deduct his motel. His cloths for work, boots, fire rated clothing any and all tools he may need. why would you think he couldn't deduct these things? I would hate to have you prepare my taxes. hell the IRS sets a per diem rate for every city for their employees. We are giving him $50.00 and he is allowed around $150.00 for Boise so there is another $100.00 right there. Tony only use a CPA that is familiar with traveling workers taxes. If he says ooohh I do lots of truck drivers taxes, run away it isn't even close to being the same.

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    2. Clothing is only tax deductible if it can't be worn for any other use. Steel toed boots would qualify....They are a specific item for work use. Regular work boots, or pants that could be worn outside the workplace (i.e., not a specific uniform) are not tax deductible.

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    3. Easy there Clint. First off the deductions you talk about go on the schedule A under misc employee deductions. The first 2% of his AGI is not deductable. Any thing over the 2% may be deducted, but in order for it to be beneficial this amount needs to be more than the standard deduction. I highly doubt Tony will have more expenses than his standard deduction.

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  23. Even through I am a big Tony Bigcharles fan I want a line. First line is what are odds he takes job and goes Maybe two to one against. Second line is what are odds he lasts three months. I say four to one against lasting. Third line what are odds he makes six months and decides to keep working. Twenty to one against this happening. Please correct my line.

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    1. I just posted on RTP I am not going to post any lines, but... I think your lines for lasting 3 months versus 6 months is out of wacke. If he lasts 3 months, there should be a fairly good chance he is going to last another 3 months. I think setting lines for 6 weeks and 6 months make more sense, or perhaps 1 month and 6 months.

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  24. is anyone willing to sit in the same DON play money 50-50 sng with me on stars, and we have a prize of 10 seals chips for whoever does the best in it? this is the only decent site for them and i want some real money involved.

    Perhaps once my 6 months is up, pokerdogg would be willing to assist me in moving to canada. i could afford the cost of living then to get set up on stars and an attorny to help me get in due to an old felony if need be. they cant ban me if i was born there can they?

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  26. Tony,

    I will give you a ride to Idaho, provided there is a job for me. I have a comfortable, fuel efficient, reliable car. And assure you I have no murderous intentions.

    Clint,

    This is a very generous offer you've made TBC. You seem like a really solid guy.

    A little about me. I'm 29, white male. From 19-24 I worked for an underground utility company. Laying Water, sewer, and storm drain pipe. Worked my way into a management role (mostly because I was one of the few who spoke English) Housing bubble burst. Company downsized from 500 to 50. After that I left Vegas for almost a year to work on a drilling rig in Wyoming (ridiculously difficult work) came back to Vegas with a nice roll. Started playing poker. Been doing that ever since. Occasionally I would go broke and take a sales job to rebuild.

    I need a good job. I'm sick of the poker grind. I would greatly appreciate an opportunity to get my foot in the door with your company.

    Tone, let's do this thing man. Get at me Johncarter24@gmail.com

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  27. you should just play satoshidice...

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  28. Come on guys this blog won't be nearly as fun if he has stable employment..

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  29. Come on guys this blog won't be nearly as fun if he has a stable job. Tony, work is for chumps.

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  30. This post is all about opportunity.

    TBC, just imagine not having to stress about money. That's what a job will give you. After 6 months, you can do ANYTHING your wild heart desires. You could play poker in Europe if you liked.

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  31. biggest fear is Clint would think i was able to do something physically i cant, and then get mad when i couldnt do it. or that id oversleep. certainly wouldnt be doing it intentionally. Only reason i want to do it is because of the sheer amount of money, id be set for life.

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    1. This amount of money will only make you "set for life" if you plan to fall back to a miserable existence of grinding a machine and eating canned beans for the next 30 years. Sound like fun?

      Or, you could approach this opportunity with a better attitude, plan to stick out the full six months, and then see if you can parlay this into a similar, or better opportunity to have steady income going forward.

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    2. Tony:

      "Only reason i want to do it is because of the sheer amount of money, id be set for life."

      Don't you think you'll feel pride in contributing to society? Don't you think you'll get a sense of accomplishment in working hard? Don't you think you'll feel better when your life is more congruent with your values (e.g., paying taxes and paying into the country that you love, rather than always taking)?

      Isn't there ANYTHING you think you'll find rewarding in this experience, other than adding to your bankroll?

      s.i.

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  32. This job offer and TBCs reaction to it reminded me of my Dad's experieces....

    My Dad used to run a manufacturing plant. The plant was located in a run-down part of town, and when he traveled to work everyday he would pass a large number of homeless, many on the street corners begging for money with well-known signs like 'will work for food'. My Dad was a very compassionate person, and decided he would try to help the World in his own small way by offering a job to as many people that he could that he passed on his way to work begging for money.

    I am positive that the results of this venture is the major reason my Dad turned from a Democrat to a Republican and seemed to make him much less compassionate for the begging population. I can not remember how long he went about offering jobs to the beggars, but I know it numbered in the hundreds of actual offers. To his distress and dismay, not a single person ever took his job offer from the street. He came to his own conclusion (rightly or wrongly) that the people on the streets were largely made up of the most lazy in society, and all they were looking for were straight handouts so they could use the money for booze, drugs or gambling. Regardless, they did not want to work an honest job.

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  33. Tony what's your life plan? Grind VBJ until the day you die?

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  34. I disagree with the idea that this blog would/will suffer if Tony enters the work world. Honestly, nothing about Tony grinding comps on VBJ has been the least interesting.

    Imagine Tony posting about the challenges of his work relationships, his struggles with the constraints of normal business life, and him working through the interpersonal relationships that all of us take for granted. Now, THAT would/will be interesting. Far more interesting than his current blog.

    We'll get Tony's skewed take on rural Idaho - insight into Tony's bizzaro perspective on the work world. I'm more excited about the blog under these conditions than I am about his return to poker in 6 months.

    This is gonna be GOLD, Jerry! PURE GOLD!

    s.i.

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    1. i agree. what makes this blog interesting is tony not poker or gambling. tony is interesting... the good, the bad, and the ugly.

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  35. Boise is pretty far from "rural".

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  36. Tony, I completely understand your fears. I am going to take Clint up on this opportunity. Am I fearful about throwing a bunch of stuff in my trunk, and going to a place that is completely foreign to me? Absolutely!

    But part of being a man is facing your fears. Going outside your comfort zone. Taking a shot.
    Even if you don't make it. I believe your readers are more likely to give you strait cash handouts. Because you took a shot at a REAL honest job. You would be shocked at what you're capable of if you just pushed yourself. Prepare yourself mentally (realise your going to have to WORK) prepare yourself physically (go for an hour long brisk walk every day stating NOW, stretch, and do push ups, stay awake and active 17hrs, then sleep 7)

    Go for it Tony. Your basically freerolling for a decent life. Change everything man. Fuck gambling. You don't even play big tourneys. So you will never bink a life changing score. Good luck dude

    Clint, you're the man. Thanks a lot!

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  37. Started reading that RTP thread. Tony is a unique character to say the least.

    He actually said, " if someone is paying you a lot of money for a job its their right to spit in your face and call your mother a whore."

    Wow. When was the last time you worked? 1890. This is not the employers right. I would be willing to guess 95% of guys who work construction would crack somebody in the mouth if they dared to do that.

    You could not have possibly meant to say that, right?

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    1. some of the comments i say u have got to take figuratively instead of literally. same way with the dealer holding a knife to my throat and trying to kill me anything it gives me a losing hand. dont take it literally.

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  38. Tony, your a complete bum. You were never serious about taking this job. If you were, you would have done what I did. Shortly after talking to Clint and realising he was legit and the offer was real. I went and bought some dope ass, comfortable, Georgia Boots, 12 pair of thick carhart socks, basically everything I would need to be comfortable while working non stop.

    Why? Beacause I'm stupid. Well, in hindsight maybe. But at the time I was fucking excited for a game changing opportunity. All you could do was make a bunch of stupid excuses. I hope that Clint was just blowing off your pathetic ass, and is still in a position to help out someone who really wants a GOOD job.

    I've read your blog occasionally since I heard about you on 2+2 maybe a year ago. It's thoroughly depressing, and you are at rock bottom. At 45 you will never change. I will not be reading your boring ass blog any longer. Best of luck. I would suggest buying a sleeping bag. But we both know your internet panhandling will keep you with a roof over your head and a stockpile of sardines.

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