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Are you telling us there is a single deck blackjack game in Vegas?

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There might be. They aren't in a lot of trouble with that game so long as they don't deal to the bottom, where expert play can really hurt them. So if one is offered, they'd put the 'new deal' yellow card well before the end of the deck.

I know they had a two-deck dealt out of the hand game (that I killed btw, but with low stakes play) a few years back, in the Paris Hotel.

Any single deck game would probably be downtown, not on the Strip. They have a lot of wild games downtown (or used to, anyway), including a game where all cards are face up (including the dealer's hole card). Always a trick, though. The all face up game rules are that the dealer wins any pushes.

This link surveying the single deck games says most in Vegas pay only 6-5 on BJ (and should be avoided). The ones that pay 3-2 don't allow anything but low betting. But some viable playable single deck games are in Reno, it says.


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There might be. They aren't in a lot of trouble with that game so long as they don't deal to the bottom, where expert play can really hurt them. So if one is offered, they'd put the 'new deal' yellow card well before the end of the deck.

I know they had a two-deck dealt out of the hand game (that I killed btw, but with low stakes play) a few years back, in the Paris Hotel.

Any single deck game would probably be downtown, not on the Strip. They have a lot of wild games downtown (or used to, anyway), including a game where all cards are face up (including the dealer's hole card). Always a trick, though. The all face up game rules are that the dealer wins any pushes.

This link surveying the single deck games says most in Vegas pay only 6-5 on BJ (and should be avoided). The ones that pay 3-2 don't allow anything but low betting. But some viable playable single deck games are in Reno, it says.
Thanks for that. I was at the Horseshoe the week they were venturing into double deck. It was a sad day. I did make a few extra bucks as the dealers were making so many mistakes, trying to learn two deck, after having dealt one deck for so long. That table at the shoe next to the bathroom was the nuts. Get on it before the evening crowd and minimums went up and it was like heaven. The best service with free beers, exchanged if mine went warm or empty, the pisser 10 feet away, and one deck blackjack, $2 minimum. It didn't get any better than that.

Until a real game comes back, my blackjack days are numbered. Why bother? I can play bangers in a bar and make more money.


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The "click", "friend", and "like" scam is beginning to unravel... - 07-30-2017, 06:43 AM

P&G Slashed Digital Ad Spending, This Is What Happened Next




P&G cut over $100 million out of its digital advertising spend in Q4 and this is what happened: “We didn’t see a reduction in the growth rate. What that tells me is that that spending that we cut was largely ineffective.”


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P&G cut over $100 million out of its digital advertising spend in Q4 and this is what happened: “We didn’t see a reduction in the growth rate. What that tells me is that that spending that we cut was largely ineffective.”


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I think the ad spending was totally necessary at first....
...but at some point it becomes redundant.
I haven't looked at one of their ads for years...I just buy the product.


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Thanks for that. I was at the Horseshoe the week they were venturing into double deck. It was a sad day. I did make a few extra bucks as the dealers were making so many mistakes, trying to learn two deck, after having dealt one deck for so long. That table at the shoe next to the bathroom was the nuts. Get on it before the evening crowd and minimums went up and it was like heaven. The best service with free beers, exchanged if mine went warm or empty, the pisser 10 feet away, and one deck blackjack, $2 minimum. It didn't get any better than that.

Until a real game comes back, my blackjack days are numbered. Why bother? I can play bangers in a bar and make more money.


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I am 20 minutes away from two Seminole casinos (one north, one south), and I basically never go unless my brother comes into town.

Keeping the count through a 6-deck shoe is too much required concentration to be much fun, and for too little average payoff the way I bet. (Conservatively! )

I prefer the two-deck game for that reason, but they don't offer it here.


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I think the ad spending was totally necessary at first....
...but at some point it becomes redundant.
I haven't looked at one of their ads for years...I just buy the product.
Some brands are so strong that most of us do the same.

But I took the point of this snippet as being an awakening on the part of P&G of the ongoing "click" scam being perpetrated by the internet marketing firms and social media sites having their advertising income being based on "click" count....and discovering that many, possibly most, clicks allegedly having been submitted by automated "bots", and not by real people, or, at the very least, the realization of the internet marketing venue as being totally ineffective.
  
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I am 20 minutes away from two Seminole casinos (one north, one south), and I basically never go unless my brother comes into town.

Keeping the count through a 6-deck shoe is too much required concentration to be much fun, and for too little average payoff the way I bet. (Conservatively! )

I prefer the two-deck game for that reason, but they don't offer it here.
2 deck was always my favorite. It goes faster than one deck and counting still give a guy an advantage, so those two things add up over time.

The Flamingo used to have a nice 2 deck game. I'm sure they killed it. I'm sure I'll never walk through their door again.



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We, and, sadly our children, are constantly fed a narrative from the media and our Marxist education system of the permanent White sin of racism because of African slavery in the Americas. Yet the brutal practice of indentured servitude of Whites by Whites is conveniently forgotten by the Left. Why aren’t they included in the notion of “reparations”?
  
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And the liberal insanity continues... - 08-01-2017, 06:37 AM

You Will Be Shocked When You Learn What Planned Parenthood Wants To Teach Preschoolers About Sex




July 30, 2017 by Michael Snyder

What should we teach children that are three and four years old about sex? If you said “nothing” in response to that question, that was the right answer. Exposing very young children to graphic material about human sexuality at a very early age can be extremely detrimental, but that is precisely what Planned Parenthood wants to do. And I am not just talking about run of the mill sexual education. Planned Parenthood has just released new guidelines for educating preschoolers that include entire sections about transgenderism and masturbation. And remember, U.S. taxpayers are paying for all of this, because Planned Parenthood receives about 500 million dollars from the U.S. government every year. The Republicans have control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives, and so there is absolutely no excuse for not defunding Planned Parenthood as soon as possible.

When I first learned about these new guidelines, I was absolutely stunned. Little children that are three and four years old are just learning to put sentences together, and yet Planned Parenthood wants them to start learning about sexuality and gender roles at that age? The following comes from Matt Miller…

New guidelines have been issued on the Planned Parenthood website containing detailed methods for talking to preschoolers about gender roles, sexuality, masturbation, transgenderism, and even ways of determining whether your child is trans or not.


In these new guidelines, there is even a section for parents that are wondering if their little preschooler is transgender. According to Planned Parenthood, parents of a potentially “transgender preschooler” should let them “wear what they want, have the haircut they want, and even use a name that reflects their gender”…

If you think your child might be transgender but don’t know what to do, talking with a counselor or therapist who’s familiar and supportive of LGBTQ identities is a good idea. Talking with other families with trans or gender nonconforming kids can be helpful, too — for both you and your child. There are community groups like PFLAG which may be in your area, and there are also lots of parenting groups online.

It’s also a good idea to talk to your child directly about their gender if you think they might be transgender or gender expansive. Ask them if they’re a boy or a girl, and how they know that to be true. If they are transgender, giving them the power to wear what they want, have the haircut they want, and even use a name that reflects their gender are all going to be really important for them to feel safe, especially once they start going to school. For help talking to your child about this stuff, Gender Spectrum is a good place to start.

This is wrong on so many levels, but if you speak out against these things you might be the one that is branded as a criminal.

In fact, a new law that is moving through the California legislature is so bizarre that it is hard to believe that it is actually real. If you do not use the proper pronoun for transgender senior citizens in California, you could soon be slapped with a huge fine or even be sent to prison. The following comes from Charisma News…

California is on its way to passing a new law that makes it illegal to call transgender senior citizens a pronoun they don’t like. For example, if an elderly person who was born male and lives in a long-term care facility wishes to be called “her” or “she,” the workers there had better do it or face the consequences. The proposed law would even apply to Christian facilities.

SB 219, titled the “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Long-Term Care Facility Resident’s Bill of Rights,” states, “It shall be unlawful for a long-term care facility or facility staff to. … willfully and repeatedly fail to use a resident’s preferred name or pronouns after being clearly informed of the preferred name or pronouns.” It imposes fines and jail time on any long-term care employee who refuses to use transgender pronouns. Fines for repeat offenders could be as high as $1,000 and a jail term of up to a year.

Regardless of what you believe, this is supposed to be a nation that protects free speech.

If you want to stand up against this sort of tyranny, I would encourage you to support my campaign by visiting HelpMichaelWin.com. If I am elected, I promise to fight these kinds of laws as hard as I can.

Already, it is getting to the point where those that believe in traditional values will no longer be able to participate in the wedding industry. For example, a bridal shop in Pennsylvania has been forced to temporarily close its doors because it wouldn’t participate in a gay wedding…

A Christian-owned bridal shop in Pennsylvania has temporarily closed its doors to the public and is now only accepting appointments after its owner received threats because the shop refused to serve a lesbian couple looking for a wedding dress, a source close to the situation told The Christian Post.

This case got national attention, but the owners of the bridal shop have no intention of caving in…

“The owners of W.W. Bridal Boutique reserve the rights afforded to them by the First Amendment of the Constitution to live out our lives according to our faith,” the W.W. Bridal post was quoted as stating. “We will continue to serve our customers based on the tenets of our faith.”

Following the PGN report, nationally recognized left-leaning outlets such as the Huffington Post and Yahoo Style picked up on the article. The shop’s co-owner, Victoria Miller, told the Huffington Post in an email that their refusal was based on a matter of religious beliefs.

Sadly, small businesses such as this one are being slapped with lawsuits all over the nation for not participating in gay weddings, and many small businesses have already been financially ruined by such lawsuits.

If we do not stand up against the forces of political correctness and fight for freedom of speech and freedom of religion, our rights will continually be eroded until they are almost entirely gone.

This is a critical moment in our history, and if we lose this fight the future of our nation will be very bleak indeed.

Michael Snyder is a Republican candidate for Congress in Idaho’s First Congressional District, and you can learn how you can get involved in the campaign on his official website. His new book entitled “Living A Life That Really Matters” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.
  
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Just another lying, POS, hypocrite, psychopath.... - 08-03-2017, 07:18 AM

Al Gore’s House Uses 34 Times the Electricty as an Average House


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Hypocrisy, thy name is…Al Gore?

A new, more-than-slightly amusing report from The Daily Caller alleges that the former vice president just might not be practicing what he preaches when it comes to the environment. Namely: his house in Nashvile uses 34 times as much electricity than an average house. According to the Daily Caller, the amount of electricty that Gore uses to heat his swimming pool over the course of a year could power six average households.

In just this past year, Gore burned through enough energy to power the typical American household for more than 21 years, according to a new report by the National Center for Public Policy Research. The former vice president consumed 230,889 kilowatt hours (kWh) at his Nashville residence, which includes his home, pool and driveway entry gate electricity meters. A typical family uses an average of 10,812 kWh of electricity per year, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

It gets worse.

Last September alone, Gore devoured 30,993 kWh of electricity. That’s enough to power 34 average American homes for a month. Over the last 12 months, Gore used more electricity just heating his outdoor swimming pool than six typical homes use in a year. (Daily Caller)


Yikes. That’s…certainly something.

Of course, Gore has argued in the past that this is okay, because he pays for solar panels and contributes to a green energy fund, but his house still receives the same non-renewable energy as his neighbors. Plus, Gore owns two other properties that presumably also use electricity.

Since leaving office, Gore has spent a considerable amount of time and has received dozens of awards for his work on protecting the environment. This is certainly a laudable goal, but it’d seem less shallow if he actually practiced what he preached.
  
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The Witch Hunt for Donald Trump Surpasses the Salem Witch Trials of 1692-93



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The Witch Hunt for Donald Trump Surpasses the Salem Witch Trials of 1692-93

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We should be scared to death that Sally Q. Yates served as a prosecutor in the Justice (sic) Department for 27 years. In the New York Times Sally takes high umbrage to Trump’s criticism of his attorney general, Sessions, and blows Trump’s disappointment with Sessions into an attack by Trump on the rule of law. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/28/o...ent-trump.html

Sally has it backwards. The rule of law is being attacked by the appointment of a special prosecutor to find something on Trump in the absence of any evidence of a crime.

In 1940 US attorney general Robert Jackson warned federal prosecutors against “picking the man and then putting investigators to work, to pin some offense on him. It is in this realm—in which the prosecutor picks some person whom he dislikes or desires to embarrass, or selects some group of unpopular persons and then looks for an offense—that the greatest danger of abuse of prosecuting power lies. It is here that law enforcement becomes personal, and the real crime becomes that of being unpopular with the predominant or governing group, being attached to the wrong political views or being personally obnoxious to, or in the way of, the prosecutor himself.”

Robert Jackson has given a perfect description of what is happening to President Trump at the hands of special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Trump is vastly unpopular with the ruling establishment, with the Democrats, with the military/security complex and their bought and paid for Senators, and with the media for proving wrong all the smart people’s prediction that Hillary would win the election in a landslide.

From day one this cabal has been out to get Trump, and they have given the task of framing up Trump to Mueller. An honest man would not have accepted the job of chief witch-hunter, which is what Mueller’s job is.

The breathless hype of a nonexistent “Russian collusion” has been the lead news story for months despite the fact that no one, not the CIA, not the NSA, not the FBI, not the Director of National Intelligence, can find a scrap of evidence. In desperation, three of the seventeen US intelligence agencies picked a small handful of employees thought to lack integrity and produced an unverified report, absent of any evidence, that the hand-picked handful thought that there might have been a collusion. On the basis of what evidence they do not say.

That nothing more substantial than this led to a special prosecutor shows how totally corrupt justice in America is.


Furthermore the baseless charge itself is an absurdity. There is no law against an incoming administration conversing with other governments. Indeed, Trump, Flynn, and whomever should be given medals for quickly moving to smooth Russian feathers ruffled by the reckless Bush and Obama regimes. What good for anyone can come from ceaselessly provoking a nuclear Russian bear?

The new Russian sanctions bill passed by Congress is an act of reckless idiocy. It was done without consulting Europe which will bear the cost of the bill and might reject it, thus sending shock waves through the fragile American empire.

Congress’ thoughtless bill is a violation of the separation of powers. Foreign policy is the executive branch’s arena. The feckless Obama put the sanctions on. Obviously, if a president can put sanctions on, a president can take sanctions off.

Trump should take his case to the American people, not via Twitter, but with a major speech.
Fox News and Alex Jones, either of which has a larger audience than CNN and the New York Times, would broadcast Trump’s speech. Trump should make the case that Congress is over-reaching its constitutional authority and also preventing a reduction in dangerous tensions between nuclear powers. Trump should ask the American people forthright if they want to be driven into war with Russia by gratuitous provocation after provocation.

Because of the powers that Bush and Obama thoughtlessly gave the presidency, Trump can declare a national emergency, cancel Congress, and arrest whomever he wishes. Of course, the presstitute media would do everything possible to sway the people and the US military against the state of emergency, but if there were a real “Russian collusion,” Trump would have Putin initiate a major crisis that would bring the people and the military to Trump’s side. That no such thing will happen is total proof that there is no “Russian collusion.”

Even the Washington Post, an initiator and leader of the breathless “Russian collusion” lie has now published an article, “The quest to Prove Collusion is Crumbling,” that concludes that the entire orchestration is a hoax. https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...=.eba7acda8a67

As the Washington Post article says, “the story that never was is not happening.”

So the great “superpower America,” the “exceptional, indispensable country,” has wasted 7 months of a new presidency in a hoax when it could have been repairing the relations with Russia and China that were seriously damaged by the criminal Bush and Obama regimes.
What are the utter fools that comprise the American Establishment thinking? Why do the morons want high tensions with the two powers that can remove the United States and its impotent European and British vassals from the face of the earth in a few minutes? Who gains from this? What is wrong with the American people that they cannot understand that they are being driven to their destruction? Insouciant America is clearly not a sufficiently strong term.

To come back to the ridiculous Sally Q.
Yates, clearly Sally is the embodiment of the Insouciant American. She says she spent 27 years as a Justice (sic) Department prosecutor. Yet, she is able to write this utter nonsense: “I know from first hand experience how seriously the career prosecutors and agents take their responsibility to make fair and impartial decisions based solely on the facts and the law and nothing else”

Where was Sally Q. Yates when US attorney Rudy Giuliani used the presstitute media to frame up Michael Milken and Leona Helmsley?
Giuliani never had any valid indictment against Milken but used the media and FBI harassment of Milken’s relatives to force Milken into a plea bargain and then had Milken double-crossed by the bimbo judge, who was denied her reward to the Supreme Court because it came to light that she illegally employed illegal aliens.

Today, thanks to the corrupt American media, 99.9% of people who remember the Milken case think that Milken was convicted of insider trading, a charge for which no evidence was ever presented and which was totally absent from the coerced plea bargain that the media helped Giuliani secure.

As best I remember my investigation of the Helmsley case, Rudy dropped charges against a corrupt accountant in exchange for false testimony against Helmsley. As I remember, both Judge Robert Bork and Alan Dershowitz, attorneys in the case, told me that the charge of tax evasion against Helmsley was preposterous. The Helmsley hotels were fully depreciated and were surviving by guest rentals alone. If the Helmsleys had wanted to reduce their income tax, all they needed to do was to sell their existing depreciated holdings and purchase other hotels in order to crank up the depreciation that reduces income tax.

Whatever Justice (sic) Department case you look at, it stinks to high heaven. It is extremely difficult to find any justice in America.

But Sally is certain that President Trump’s criticism of his weak AG means the end of the rule of law in the US. As many on the left would say, the US has never had a rule of law. It has a rule of power. How else do we explain the enormous war crimes of the Clinton, Bush, and Obama regimes, and the war crimes to come from the Trump or successor Pence regime, that never will be tried at Nuremberg?
  
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08-04-2017, 10:09 AM

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Because of the powers that Bush and Obama thoughtlessly gave the presidency, Trump
can declare a national emergency, cancel Congress, and arrest whomever he wishes. Of
course, the presstitute media would do everything possible to sway the people and the US
military against the state of emergency, but if there were a real “Russian collusion,” Trump
would have Putin initiate a major crisis that would bring the people and the military to
Trump’s side. That no such thing will happen is total proof that there is no “Russian
collusion.”

Sounds like a great idea. Start with the Judiciary. Say 9th circuit. He could complete
the day with those showing up in the white house press briefing.

Doubtful Trump would do such a thing, but Obama or had Clinton been elected, no
doubt arrest would have been an alternative to simply killing their enemies.




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Richard Feynman,The Feynman Lectures on Physics
Roger Penrose, The Road To Reality & The Emperor's New Mind
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