Monday, June 05 2006 @ 05:16 AM PDT Contributed by: brain_paz Views: 427
Well, it?s Monday?a brand new day of new week.
But I am still stuck in this room. Working in office.
There is raining outside and it does bring me memories when I was still in college. I don't know why, but honestly I always start my new life when there is rain out there.
Sunday, June 04 2006 @ 03:24 AM PDT Contributed by: brain_paz Views: 309
It was a Saturday evening when I and Mike sat and enjoyed our favorite drinks, cappuccino in our fave caf?, Paris Cafe. We talked (in fact we debated) the history of poker game. I said that the name of the game likely descended from the French poque, which descended from the German pochen ('to knock'), but it is not clear whether the origins of poker itself lie with the games bearing those names. Whereas Mike said that it closely resembles the Persian game of as nas, and may have been taught to French settlers in New Orleans by Persian sailors.
Friday, June 02 2006 @ 03:33 AM PDT Contributed by: rob Views: 298
It was Sunday which was full of impressions. My wife went to her parent?s house with Joyce, my beautiful daughter. I didn?t join coz I had to wait the pool-constructors came to our house. My wife had been asking me to build the pool since last year. She loves swimming a lot. So does my sweetest daughter. Finally, they came on 9 am, and started the job then. I just gave them the overview, what kinda pool that my wife loves. My wife had drawn it very obviously.
Friday, June 02 2006 @ 02:16 AM PDT Contributed by: lisa_bee Views: 357
It?s human if we want something more. It?s human if we never realize something or someone who are valuable for us. Once if that thing or someone close to us is suddenly gone, we?ll feel something is missing. Our thought and feeling will begin to think that it?s the most prestigious thing or one we have. Unfortunately we never realize it ?till it disappears Forever or on going to disappear.
Thursday, June 01 2006 @ 01:20 AM PDT Contributed by: brain_paz Views: 356
?It?s been a hard day?s night, and I?ve been workin? like a dog?
I?m not into Beatles fan, but at least this song always resound in my head tonight. I dragged myself out of bed just to go to the office that took 10 minutes for me to walk to, and back to my ?same thing different day? job on my desk.
Tuesday, May 30 2006 @ 02:20 AM PDT Contributed by: full_linda Views: 283
This is my first day starting my new job at office. Everything changes entirely, definitely, a hundred percent and completely. It turns into something which is new for me. I have to adapt myself to this new atmosphere, in this ?new? office. Though it?s not a new one, I mean artificially new. But ?officially? this is a new thing with new regulations. It?s not easy though changing our habit into something new but I do believe I can do it as long as I want to try and spirit still stick on me to make any progress. It?s for me, nobody else. I struggle for myself, no one else. I make improvement for me, nothing else. I want to show what I?ve done not for somebody else, but for Me, myself.
Not one of these games is a good bet. Many of them are fun to play, until you count up your losses. In gambling, new is rarely better. When in doubt, forget the new games. They are being introduced to lure players away from the better games, or the better betting options in some games, such as the line bets in craps.
No casino executive in his right mind would bring in a new games that players can beat, although mistakes have occurred. A new games will be introduced, or a special option will be included in an existing games, and the word goes out on the gambling grapevine that "Casino X" is offering a beatable games. In the flash of a fax, crowds of "advantage players" will descend on the casino and games.
games that last and become popular (among the uninformed) are games that could not be exploited by expert players, and you should know that such games will have house edges that range from 2 percent to 40 percent or more! New games stink. Memorize that.
Whenever I locate a new Starnet franchise, I immediately relax. Like Microgaming, Starnet does the customer support for most clients, so when you have a technical problem, you usually are not dealing with the casino owner. Software licensing is handled through its wholly owned subsidiary, Starnet Systems International, which used to be known as Softec Systems. The software design branch is Inphinity Interactive, Inc., of Vancouver, British Columbia, and their marketing division is Wire mix Media, Inc., also in Vancouver. The best part about Starnet's online blackjack gamess is that it can be played faster than any other on the market. The ability to play hundreds of hands per hour cuts down on the time expenditure. However, Starnet's design has the bothersome feature of hogging the screen and not letting you use the taskbar (one way around this is to trigger one of those screen savers that have hot spots for the cursor, which will minimize the casino).
Also, if your computer crashes at the moment you cashout, do not take it personally, it happens to us all. Starnet software is buggy, but they pay. There is one quirk in the rules: dealer takes all on a 10-up online blackjack games, but not if the upcard is an ace. This requires a slight adjustment in basic strategy: if dealer shows 10, do not double 1 or split 8s, but continue to split aces. The next software version, Starnet 2000, is still underdevelopment at this writing.
The review lists are also useful for what they do not include. Many cyber-casinos skip key questions about licensing, owner-ship, contact numbers, etc. While portals do usually shy away from the most egregious rip-off artists, players are not protected from any of the lesser sleaze techniques.
There are several ways to reduce credit card transaction fees. Cyber-casinos treat transactions either as merchandise or as cash advances. The former kind pay the credit card fees; the latter kind stick you with cash advance charges, which are considerable.