Monthly Archives: March 2007
The second half of mine and AJ’s Spring Break Road Trip has been cancelled due to an inclement X. I’m never gonna be rid of that bitch am I? Regardless, if there’s one thing I learned over the past year-plus, … Continue reading
Hell Week is over. It really hasn’t been that hard. Over the weekend, I had just one moment where the urge to smoke was strong. My own damn fault for playing Razz.
A year ago today, I was in Vegas with Pauly, change100 and Grubby. We gambled, went to Scores and were later joined by a whole mess of other bloggers for a near-all-Friday-nighter, followed by a long trip back to LA … Continue reading
This morning’s coffee selections in the work cafeteria were described as a choice between “nutty and balanced” or “smoky and smooth.” Don’t I know it.
On the first day, my body was surprised. On the second day, it rebelled.
I’m just gonna come out and admit it: My favorite college basketball program is Stanford. That performance today was…well…searching for the right words here…it was fucking garbage. Not that it was any surprise to me. I figured they had to … Continue reading
Ah, March. This has always been my favorite time of year. The NCAA Basketball Tournament provides the two best days on the sports calendar with wall-to-wall opening round games. A gambler’s dream. Baseball is working out its kinks in Arizona … Continue reading
Even though I’m not playing much poker these days, I seem to gravitate toward the game somehow, often in mysterious ways. For instance, twice in the last months, I’ve had divorced women tell me one of the reasons for their … Continue reading
Let nobody say I am not a man of ideas (or a fan of the double negative). I’ve been stuck for things to write. I write for a poker site. Play poker. And write about it. DING!
As mentioned in the previous post, events in the life of Joe Speaker are swirly and chaotic and currently private,