Monthly Archives: February 2009
Fun? No, that wasn’t the word I was looking for.
Amidst all the bad beats, crazy plays by opponents that work out as if they knew just what cards were coming off the deck and a lousy run of cards, I’ve also got to admit that I haven’t been playing … Continue reading
Put the finishing touches on the taxes this morning, and had just enough time to play a $3+.30 90 person turbo knockout on Full Tilt Poker.
I just noticed in Thunder Bob’s blog that only five players made the tourney tonight.
It’s that time of the month again (my wife told me not to write that, btw).
For more than ten years, I’ve played in a home game in Boulder, hosted by someone that I’ll call Steve, because that’s his name.
Last night, I was two-tabling, which for this 56 year-old, is about as multi-tasky as I like to be.
I took a couple of days off to attend a seminar which involved my receiving the cutting edge chiropractic adjustments that I usually perform in my office, in a setting with about 400 other people, including the rest of my … Continue reading
Although I love my work as a chiropractor, there is a part of me that always wanted to be a sports announcer.
My 12 year-old son started a catering business last night.