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  • Birthday 07/15/1980

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    ASAC
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    Record Store Manager
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    Atlantic City, NJ
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    Animation, Video Games, Music
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    NLHE/PLO, .50/$1 and under
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    NLHE SNGs, $10

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  1. Chopped

    You just summarized what I said but sarcastically. Clever.
  2. Chopped

    I'm not talking hurting people's feelings I'm talking about it from a viewer perspective. It's dark. Why is it dark it's about cooking. Ever watch SVU? Ever notice that your average episode there are zero smiles on anyone's faces? That's because the show is about rape, murder, and child molestation. The music is dark, no one smiles or seems happy. Now imagine if SVU was still about rape, murder, and child molestation but all the music was upbeat and happy and everyone was smiling and laughing and having a good time. That's how I see Chopped.
  3. Chopped

    Fuck this show. FFFFFFFFFUCK IT!!! I hate it. I HATE IT SO GODDAMN MUCH!!! Look at the bald guy on the end. He looks that pissed off and serious ALL THE TIME. The judges just sit there looking pissed off at people cooking for them. They look pissed off and talk shit while they're cooking. Then look SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO serious and angry while they're eating. Then they say shitty things to them about their food. THIS ISN'T FUN TO WATCH! IT'S JUST FUCKING FOOD!! Does anyone remember Iron Chef? The original Iron Chef in Japan? Remember how fun the atmosphere was? The stands were filled with people cheering. The judges were smiling all the time. The "Chairman" was serious but still really fun. America decided to take that idea, strip it of anything light-hearted and fun and make it serious and dark. Kinda like Kirby. Chopped just pisses me off so hard where are they having this competition anyway? It seriously feels like the movie Saw. Yeah Saw they kidnapped these fuckers and now they're making them compete in an abandoned prison kitchen while 3 smarmy fucks glare at them disapprovingly. Make it fun. MAKE IT FUN IT'S JUST FUCKING FOOD!!
  4. The Mysterion vs. Mandy is because Mysterion (Kenny) can't be killed. So Death can't hurt him. While in Mandy's universe she's so evil and powerful she controls Death and tells him what to do. Hence, awesome battle. Dr. Killinger and Huey from the Boondocks won't be a fight but more Dr. Killinger showing Huey what's in his "magic-murder-bag." When he shows others what's in the bag they can't take seeing it and melt into thin air. But Huey is so smart and in touch with the universe that he will be able to gaze inside and not be affected. Some other blocks for the future. Finn (from Adventure Time) and Dean Venture Perry the Platypus vs. a swarm of Isz creatures from The Maxx Henchman 21 (from Venture Brothers) vs. Aeon Flux the final piece will be Jake (from Adventure Time) fighting Bender (from Futurama). It'll be awesome because they are both voiced by John DiMaggio and they can both stretch so their fight will be weaving in and out of the other fights to tie it altogether.
  5. It's the upper arm. And I'm not exactly the tank top type
  6. No way I won't get flamed for this. So yeah I've just always loved cartoons. Thought it would be awesome to have a sleeve of cartoon characters fighting cartoon characters from different shows. The artist I went to had the idea to put them in comic book-style blocks so it makes more sense. So, I got the first "block" this week. Next two will be these two guys fighting: And then these two guys
  7. Worked hard today and fired up some play chip PLO for the lulz. 3-way all-in 9s-8c-7s-6c on a flop of 10s-6s-7c vs. KKQJ and KQQJ 94% to win is astonishing against 2 hands on the flop. Far as I can tell they're drawing to running 9-8, or the case K or Q and the board to pair but not a six. Turn 9, river 8. Then got it in 3-ways with AQTK on a flop of Q-T-J against QT57 and 7685 I'm 89% vs. 0.3% and the third guy is drawing dead. QT57 is drawing to running 7's or running 5's and there are only 2 5's left in the deck. Turn 5. River 5. It was just play chip but it was funny cause these were back to back hands.
  8. Part Four: More Complaining Went back for more last week. Put a guy all-in on a flop of K-T-9. I flipped up KT and he showed QT. He bricked out. Then called a shorty's 4-bet shove with JJ, he showed QQ and I spiked a Jack to take him out. Quickly up to $200. I remember thinking to myself, "well okay, I'm pretty much even with the poker universe now." That's when things started to go way wrong. Got into a hand with the guy from the last story of the previous post (Q7o guy). He raises UTG and I call on the button with J9dd. Flop is J-7-8. He checks I bet $10, he flats. Turn is another Jack, he checks I bet $25. He calls with only $28 behind. River is a Ten. He checks I announce all-in and he shouts "I CALL!" and proudly flips up Q9o. .........yeah. Called off 2/3 of your stack with a gutshot...... then when you hit your miracle you check? I mean it worked out for him so that makes it the optimum play (sarcasm). Then I get into a hand where I raise UTG with AKo. Dude to my left flats, flop is K-Q-4 with two hearts. I bet $10 he calls. Turn is a 9. I probably should have bet $15 but I check and he bets $10. I flat. River is a non-heart 6. I check he bets $25. I tank for a minute. JT, KQ, K9, 44? KT, KJ, QT all just as likely here. I toss in the chips and he shows me 96. Nine............... six. Down to my last $60 and in the BB w/KJ I see a flop of K-Q-J. I check and UTG bets $10 (same guy). I c/r to $40 and he flats. Turn is a 9 (obv) I only had $17 behind so it goes in. He calls and shows me QT (FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
  9. They're vinyls: Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Remix Vol. 1 Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Remix Vol. 2 Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Remix Vol. 3 Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Remix Vol. 4 Genghis Tron - Board Up The House Remix Vol. 5 Wutsup OT? Long time no speak. Catch me up on what's been going on here. Ain't been readin shit. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
  10. Part One: Seeking Advice I really miss playing poker and am trying to find something to fill the void. I primarily grinded sng's + mtt's as I have never been able to get a grasp on cash games. With most of my bankroll on Full Tilt I don't have much disposable income to play with. With that in mind there is a poker parlor nearby. Last week I took $60 and bought into a $1/$2 game. The players were just unspeakably awful. Worse than anything I have ever seen. On a board of Q-J-8-8-5 I moved in and received a call. I turned over Q8, she turned over J4. (?????) I ended up cashing out for $210 and left fairly happy. Then I played again last night and lost back most of my profit. Basically there's this guy who is so aggro he just doesn't give a fuck. Just kept rebuying for $200 and talking about what horrible luck he has because he raises to $15 every single hand and is getting pummelled by better hands. Well when I finally picked up AK and 4-bet shoved preflop he called with KJo and got there. I just don't understand these games. I would rather play anything but a NLHE cash games but it's the only thing around here. Do you guys have any tips? Part Two: Complaining I just don't understand these games at all. Raising 7.5x preflop with QJo? I guess that makes sense since people are calling with J7o but I don't know. I played for 4 hours straight and had the best possible result of every hand I played. I flopped top pair 3 times and ended up just losing the minimum (once to a guy playing K4o UTG, another to a guy playing 92cc, another guy with a flush draw that made a higher pair on the river). These guys can't value bet for shit. Like, at least make a bet that might peak my curiosity enough to call. I love watching them flop the nuts and shoving $80 into a $20 pot and then triumphantly showing that they flopped it and got no value out of it. The funny thing was that these guys are all making cracks about how tight I'm playing, and yet when I 4-bet shove preflop here's what's said: "Whoops, must have a monster........ guy's played like 2 hands all night...... you must have me in real bad shape......... I call." "Ace-King." "Ouch." Here's the best part. It's like a $200 pot which would be a nice boost to my bankroll. As soon as he called I turn over my cards. This guy doesn't. He basically watches as the board gets spread. He knows his hand, my hand, and that he hit his jack on the flop. Then he looks at me and says, "I have a jack." Am I crazy or is this a total asshole move? How is that not just an awful slowroll especially to an all-in player? I walked away from the game wondering what I could possibly have done differently. I lost all my profit but it's hard to argue with losing the minimum while being monumentally card dead and getting in a 4:1 favorite. Part Three: Funny Stories It's hard to know where to begin. Every player is such a mix of retarded-aggro and just plain retarded differentiating between the two is difficult. The first thing I noticed is that after EVERY. SINGLE. HAND. Without fail, someone at the table brings up that they folded "the winning hand." Regardless of whether it would mean calling huge bets pre-flop, post flop, on the turn. Whatever, that 84o would've been the winner. Then the other guys nod in agreement as if to say, "Yep, playing every hand to the river seems to be the way to go." As if the other hundred hands where the hand isn't worth a fuck don't matter. Midway through the evening a large black gentleman walks in and everyone at the table is like, "oh man here we go, easy money." They're making little cracks about how bad this player is. Aggro guy who busted me seemed the most excited. He immediately rebought for the max. Few hands in 4 players see a flop of 2-4-4 on the new guy's BB. MP player bets and aggro guy raises. New guy flats in the BB and MP guy gets out of the way. Turn is a 9. New guy checks, aggro bets $100. New guy calls. River K, new guy checks, aggro puts him all-in for $200. New guy slowly and methodically looks at his cards and puts in his chips. Aggro triumphantly turns over A4o, new guy turns over 22. The whole table was just dead silent. It was fucking hilarious. New guys wins the $600+ pot, aggro guy sulks down and continues to bemoan his luck, talk about how he's the only one there that knows how to play, and pulls out two more hundreds (I think he rebought 4 times). There was one more hand that sticks out in my mind. There was this older guy who played pretty tight. In fact the only real difference between he and I was that he was actually hitting hands and amassing chips. He got into a hand with another aggro player where a 3rd club hit the board on the turn. Old guy bets $25 and I'm pretty sure everyone at the table knew he hit his flush. Mind you, there was a raise pre, a bet on the flop, and now the old guy bets the turn. Aggro calls, river is a non-club 7. Aggro guys immediately announces "I'm all-in" for like $150. Old guy immediately calls and turns over ATcc for the nuts. Aggro just starts saying "here take these" and pushing all his chips to the old guy. He still has his cards so I'm not sure what's going on. Is he gonna muck? What's going on here? Then for no reason at all he shows the table his hand. Qc7d. He had raised pre, bet the flop with complete air, picked up a dead flush draw on the turn, then moved in with a pair of sevens into a guy that everyone knew had the flush. What the fuck is wrong with these people? Anyway I don't care if anyone even reads this. I've just had a lot of thoughts pouring through my mind and needed to get them out somewhere. And if anyone has any advice for this game I'd appreciate it. Maybe I can talk them into getting a mixed-game table going.
  11. Before there's any dispute, this is a solid spot for a "hater's gonna hate" pic. I'm definitely jealous of his success.
  12. As I understood albari was Allen Bari, who just won the 5k WSOP Event #4. If so, congrats. Time to relive a classic. I have been kicked out of Tryst for literally no reason now and this has been ridiculously unfair since I have paid for a bottle and this is bull S, they treat their patrons like absolute dog Sht... we're not gonna put up with this. I will start a program that vetoes these places. Also, I spoke to a cab driver from an African American country who took his friends to LAX who was sincerely abused at his table in front of his wife who is a cab driver. I have taken his number and the two of us are on the verge of starting a club to veto certain public bars/dance halls that treat their patrons like crap. Why should we pay them money for tables and such if they are not gonna respect us. No longer should those idiots in suits and ear pieces should have power over us. We have more money than them and they need to bow down at our feet. Join me in this fight, come one come all, most are welcome I can get the Cab drivers in with us to the point where we can control this battle Allen
  13. So I found this site via somethingawful: http://www.zefrank.com/scribbler/scribblertoo/ It's a pretty cool program where you can draw with your mouse and create some pretty cool stuff with minimal effort. For fun I just started drawing album covers with a time limit of 20 minutes or less. Here's what I have so far: [/url]
  14. http://www.zefrank.com/scribbler/scribblertoo/ Pretty cool drawing program thingy. I drew this in 10 minutes
  15. This is pretty embarrassing but... here is a vid I made around the time AVGN really started taking off. It's a tribute monologue. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSYF_X_6XVw
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