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10-12-2019, 05:23 PM

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Give me a break. Sheís part of a series that is meant to entertain. Her professional status has nothing to do about it. Youíre worse than the mysoginist that is depicted on the show. And the reason women are marginalized. Go home, have some beers and beat your wife or girlfriend.
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Knock that PC crap off.

We are marginalizing a woman who is delusional.
I donít see the PC crap here...Emily was quoting a script.
One should hold a suspension of belief in the entertainment world...
...or do you hold it against Tom Cruise because heís probably a C-player portraying a
world beater when I doubt he could beat Emily?

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I'm right there with you. I know exactly how you feel. I feel the same way and I truly believe were 1000% correct.

There shouldn't be a place for all that BS but, in the end, there is not much we can do about it.

I despise the world that's being "forced" down our children's throats.

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10-13-2019, 02:39 PM

TheLoneSilencer...I'd say you're the bigger joke. Since you're obviously SO smart, why don't YOU come up with a way to rate all players...including the top pros worldwide? Fargo Rate is the best way so far, to compare skill levels among players...whether you like it or not. There are many like factors that can be measured using metrics. You must think you play at pro speed, so why aren't you out there knocking heads with SVB, or players like that?

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TheLoneSilencer...I'd say you're the bigger joke. Since you're obviously SO smart, why don't YOU come up with a way to rate all players...including the top pros worldwide? Fargo Rate is the best way so far, to compare skill levels among players...whether you like it or not. There are many like factors that can be measured using metrics. You must think you play at pro speed, so why aren't you out there knocking heads with SVB, or players like that?

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TheLoneSilencer...I'd say you're the bigger joke. Since you're obviously SO smart, why don't YOU come up with a way to rate all players...including the top pros worldwide? Fargo Rate is the best way so far, to compare skill levels among players...whether you like it or not. There are many like factors that can be measured using metrics. You must think you play at pro speed, so why aren't you out there knocking heads with SVB, or players like that?

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America is in decline! - 10-13-2019, 10:24 PM

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Western culture.....men learn from history...but large groups donít


I remember laughing and jeering at the behavior of banana republics and communist countries fifty years ago. It genuinely pains me to see my country rewriting the history books and playing the same political games those other countries played.

It is very hard to say it but this nation is in decline, damned near freefall. Sad days.

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10-13-2019, 11:28 PM

Is there not a register for pros in America. Here in Korea, you apply for pro status. Your success as a pro, or the percentage of your earnings that are made from pool are irrelevant. When I first went to a big stadium billiards event here to play 9 ball, I noticed 2 snooker tables and asked if I could play in the snooker and English billiards events. The answer was no, I had to be a pro. So during the event I popped over to the snooker tables to watch them. I would have smashed every single one of them in both snooker and English billiards, and I’m far from pro level at snooker. Again, their skill level is irrelevant. They are pros because they successfully met the criteria that the Korean Billiard Federation set.

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10-14-2019, 05:42 AM

I decided to check this thread out today and wow what a shock I got. I'm glad I stayed far away until now. How this thread got so off kilter I'm not sure, but I don't plan to read all 19 pages to find out. I read a few excerpts from each page and something got lost in the translation for me.

A famous actor once gave this advice to an emerging star, "Hey, it's all just a fairy tale, so enjoy it while you can." That's what I think of the entertainment TV and movie biz. Years ago I had a chance to act (made a couple of commercials and a TV pilot) and even had an agent who wanted to rep me, but when I saw all the bullshit that went on behind the scenes I took a pass. I decided that I wanted to say my own lines in life and not have someone spoon feed them to me. Acting is the art of fakery and I have more respect for a schoolteacher than I do for any actor. But that's just me and no one has to agree with me if they don't want to.

If you want to see something real on TV I'd suggest you watch 48 Hours, Dateline, Forensic Files or almost any show on the ID Channel. That's the only "Reality TV" that I care to watch.

As far as Emily goes and her Bravo TV show, I say more power to her and I hope the show is a success and has more than one "season." She seems like a nice enough person and I wish her well. I wouldn't take anything about the show too seriously one way or the other. There are a lot more important things going on in the world today to concern ourselves with.

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10-14-2019, 06:18 AM

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I decided to check this thread out today and wow what a shock I got. I'm glad I stayed far away until now. How this thread got so off kilter I'm not sure, but I don't plan to read all 19 pages to find out. I read a few excerpts from each page and something got lost in the translation for me.

A famous actor once gave this advice to an emerging star, "Hey, it's all just a fairy tale, so enjoy it while you can." That's what I think of the entertainment TV and movie biz. Years ago I had a chance to act (made a couple of commercials and a TV pilot) and even had an agent who wanted to rep me, but when I saw all the bullshit that went on behind the scenes I took a pass. I decided that I wanted to say my own lines in life and not have someone spoon feed them to me. Acting is the art of fakery and I have more respect for a schoolteacher than I do for any actor. But that's just me and no one has to agree with me if they don't want to.

If you want to see something real on TV I'd suggest you watch 48 Hours, Dateline, Forensic Files or almost any show on the ID Channel. That's the only "Reality TV" that I care to watch.

As far as Emily goes and her Bravo TV show, I say more power to her and I hope the show is a success and has more than one "season." She seems like a nice enough person and I wish her well. I wouldn't take anything about the show too seriously one way or the other. There are a lot more important things going on in the world today to concern ourselves with.

That's my two cents. You can carry on now.
You talk of not wanting to be part of the show business lie. She's the biggest lie in pool.

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I decided to check this thread out today and wow what a shock I got. I'm glad I stayed far away until now. How this thread got so off kilter I'm not sure, but I don't plan to read all 19 pages to find out. I read a few excerpts from each page and something got lost in the translation for me.

A famous actor once gave this advice to an emerging star, "Hey, it's all just a fairy tale, so enjoy it while you can." That's what I think of the entertainment TV and movie biz. Years ago I had a chance to act (made a couple of commercials and a TV pilot) and even had an agent who wanted to rep me, but when I saw all the bullshit that went on behind the scenes I took a pass. I decided that I wanted to say my own lines in life and not have someone spoon feed them to me. Acting is the art of fakery and I have more respect for a schoolteacher than I do for any actor. But that's just me and no one has to agree with me if they don't want to.

If you want to see something real on TV I'd suggest you watch 48 Hours, Dateline, Forensic Files or almost any show on the ID Channel. That's the only "Reality TV" that I care to watch.

As far as Emily goes and her Bravo TV show, I say more power to her and I hope the show is a success and has more than one "season." She seems like a nice enough person and I wish her well. I wouldn't take anything about the show too seriously one way or the other. There are a lot more important things going on in the world today to concern ourselves with.

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Sorry, lost you in the noise! - 10-14-2019, 12:29 PM

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I don't doubt the part in red. The question is what happens if they go in without you?

Sorry, lost your post in all of the noise!

I can only go by what I see of other single girls in pool halls but I have never seen any girl constantly insulted while she was trying to play pool. Just the opposite in fact. A girl's attractiveness goes up in proportion to the lack of available girls. Emily is probably the best looking gal in the pool hall when she comes in alone. Chasing her would be normal male chauvinist behavior, insulting her wouldn't be.

Odd dynamic in the show. It was probably staged, if not I have to think that Emily has managed to make herself very unattractive in her homeroom. She isn't homely so I have to assume it is other qualities if that is so.

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I decided to check this thread out today and wow what a shock I got. I'm glad I stayed far away until now. How this thread got so off kilter I'm not sure, but I don't plan to read all 19 pages to find out. I read a few excerpts from each page and something got lost in the translation for me.

A famous actor once gave this advice to an emerging star, "Hey, it's all just a fairy tale, so enjoy it while you can." That's what I think of the entertainment TV and movie biz. Years ago I had a chance to act (made a couple of commercials and a TV pilot) and even had an agent who wanted to rep me, but when I saw all the bullshit that went on behind the scenes I took a pass. I decided that I wanted to say my own lines in life and not have someone spoon feed them to me. Acting is the art of fakery and I have more respect for a schoolteacher than I do for any actor. But that's just me and no one has to agree with me if they don't want to.

If you want to see something real on TV I'd suggest you watch 48 Hours, Dateline, Forensic Files or almost any show on the ID Channel. That's the only "Reality TV" that I care to watch.

As far as Emily goes and her Bravo TV show, I say more power to her and I hope the show is a success and has more than one "season." She seems like a nice enough person and I wish her well. I wouldn't take anything about the show too seriously one way or the other. There are a lot more important things going on in the world today to concern ourselves with.

That's my two cents. You can carry on now.
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I've been on Forensic Files. While the stories are true, the method or manner in which Forensic Science solved the murders are not so true. Yes, forensic science is used, but most of the time it is after a suspect has been identified, captured and after confession. It is then that forensic science is often used to strengthen the case as a last resort.

When our case was spotlighted, you would have thought a couple of nerds (no offense) in lab coats from across the state solved the case. Hell, after the show, I doubted myself.
  
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10-14-2019, 02:12 PM

I haven't posted in this thread yet but I finally did watch the complete "Emily" episode.

It's very difficult for *hard core* pool players/enthusiasts like us to watch a show such as this one without being critical of some things that came across as either scripted or corny or inaccurate. However, people like us must make up a very small % of the show's viewing audience.

My suggestion as tough as it may be would be to try and watch this show through a less pool-savvy lens like how the majority of viewers would.

Emily seems to be a nice young lady who plays decent pool and represents our sport well, imo. Not being a world-beater better not be a measure of a person's worth or a lot of az'ers including myself are in big trouble.

The show was supposed to be a social experiment, hokey or not, I don't think it portrayed our sport in a bad light. In fact, it may have caused some viewers to want to go to a pool joint to hit a few balls.

Overall this was a net positive for pool, imo.

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10-14-2019, 02:34 PM

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I haven't posted in this thread yet but I finally did watch the complete "Emily" episode.

It's very difficult for *hard core* pool players/enthusiasts like us to watch a show such as this one without being critical of some things that came across as either scripted or corny or inaccurate. However, people like us must make up a very small % of the show's viewing audience.

My suggestion as tough as it may be would be to try and watch this show through a less pool-savvy lens like how the majority of viewers would.

Emily seems to be a nice young lady who plays decent pool and represents our sport well, imo. Not being a world-beater better not be a measure of a person's worth or a lot of az'ers including myself are in big trouble.

The show was supposed to be a social experiment, hokey or not, I don't think it portrayed our sport in a bad light. In fact, it may have caused some viewers to want to go to a pool joint to hit a few balls.

Overall this was a net positive for pool, imo.

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Yeah, I saw it too. The special effects were cool. Yeah, the "set up" was expected. Well, of course the guy she has known for years is not going to stop treating her the same way he treats everyone, like loud mouth know it all. And of course, even he was not going to start razing a "new" guy he just met, who said he was cousins with Jennifer... so he was not some random dude, he was a family member of a well respect pool player from the same room. I mean, even Finn is not that big of a jerk, is he ?

So, not really the same thing, but I don't think viewers thought about that.

Now, to better things..... why was there Magic Chalk on the table next to the pool table? My wife caught it, I didn't. It was next to Jennifer's case. I always liked Jen Beretta, and if she is using Magic Chalk, someone tell me and I'll send her a few boxes, no charge


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