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  9-Jan-15, 01:14   #1
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bowie1984 

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Bowie's Chillout Corner

This is my laidback blog for 2015 and beyond. Started this to talk about things which interests me and of course gambling. Not mainly gambling, 'cuz pokerplaying is not my first concern right now, so anybody who wants to talk about handhistories and bad beats are welcome to look elsewhere. Of course this doesn't mean I won't bring up poker-related stories and issues but I really don't want to dedicate my whole thread just for all that. So, topics will come and go but I will bring something on the table every day to talk about.

First things first. NFL of course. Big Smile

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000455328/article/...

I thought I share this story to all of you, because it's all kinds of funny.
I mean don't get me wrong I love my burgers coming with all sizes and toppings, but when I'm eating a quarterpounder with fries or soda I would say it's more than enough to make me feel full at the end.

Whoever will eat this good luck surviving it. Fudgepackers now started killing their fans. Big Smile

     
  9-Jan-15, 16:22   #2
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crankmuppet 
Joined: Oct '13
Location: Canada
Age: 53 (F)
Posts: 61
LOL

Hope they have a lot of "for life" season ticket holders that can be passed down through families, otherwise I'd be worried about severely shortening the lifespan of my ticket purchasing pool with that heart breaking (no pun) burger.

Yuck! Zipped

I did love his vegan colleague Marc Sessler's comment regarding whether he'd choose chicken wings or the Big Game Burger:

I'm going with this chaos-in-a-bun creation. It probably has more flavor. And I'm not -- with my teeth -- directly carving into a dead animal's tiny legs.


LOL LOL LOL

Worth reading the article just for that line!

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  9-Jan-15, 16:32   #3
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jeffaboy 
Joined: Jan '14
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My god that burger looks like a walking heartattack however it looks damn good Cool Big Smile

     
  9-Jan-15, 21:00   #4
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 8644
NFL somehow doesn't rhyme with chillout in my hempy brain... still was happy to lurk around for a few moments. keep it up bowie Thumbs Up

     
  9-Jan-15, 22:38   #5
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klash23 
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
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That is one hell of a burger though to be honest it doesn't appeal to me in the slightest but Americans love eating their meat. Smile
One thing I cannot understand though is why the hell do they feel the need to add a couple of pieces of soggy wilted lettuce? Smile

     
  9-Jan-15, 23:39   #6
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leno1 
Joined: Oct '14
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What about that hostage taking islamic terrorist in Paris this week? I followed the whole story unfolding today on France 24 in english. That was more terrifying and more thrilling than watching a horror movie or a thriller.

     
  10-Jan-15, 02:18   #7
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
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Well, I followed the story too, but since this thread of mine doesn't intend to get very serious nor come up with very important things 4 others in the future I would rather just skip political and religious news stories for good. We would only agree to disagree on them and I don't need another headache here, since this would be muh' chillout corner.

I mean anybody can bring up anything to talk about for all I care, but I'll only join the conversation when it's either funny or important to me. What happened in France is a tragedy but as a theme it's just none of the above.

Peace.

     
  12-Jan-15, 02:35   #8
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bowie1984 

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11332490/C...

Awww, take a good look at this looser, he must be the Inspector Clouseau of crooked cops. I mean if you are somebody who is getting money from the mob frequently wouldn't you make sure that the Internal Affairs Office has no reason to start investigating you?
A goddamn Ferrari, this looser of Birmingham thought nobody will think it's suspicous when he is going to work in an italian sportscar on a policeman's wage.
Awww, this story is too good to be true... Money laundering is not the sharpest skill in his set I think.

     
  18-Jan-15, 16:40   #9
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
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Heres 2 you yesterdays “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes” segment winner from the great state of Delaware, USA.
Of course it's a perfect viral video/pr campaign with the message: even the policemen are just like you. When they are not aiming or shooting at you or chokeholding while you are passing out they are exactly just like you and 40 pounds overweight of course.


     
  18-Jan-15, 16:49   #10
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marqis 

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What are you talking about? I don't do that... Big Smile

Cracked me up. He's got that routine down...
Thanks for sharing.

     
  19-Jan-15, 16:43   #11
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bowie1984 

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Well, obviously - after Ferguson and all the other happenings - there is a high demand in the USA for cops who are asking first and shooting later - not the other way around and it really doesn't help their case IMO when they are trying to ease the mood with viral vids like this. Especially when there's a law now in the states which makes you recording a policeman's process forbidden in every way. I like Taylor Swift too, but I'd like to see the face of this officer when somebody starts to sing this song for him after receiving a ticket for speeding. Going to be priceless.

     
  19-Jan-15, 17:03   #12
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Heskor 
Joined: May '13
Location: Mauritius
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Hi mate, yeah following your blog , talking about the stuffs that is happening in America makes my country looks good, hopefully there in USA there are no crimes and so on but i can dream and be idealistic, but who knows one day the artificial will take over and we will have a peaceful world lol, cheers i can hope, anyway hope you keep up the blog post, you earning lots of mob points for one post i think, Big Smile, cheers just pulling your leg!

     
  19-Jan-15, 17:33   #13
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bowie1984 

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Posted by Heskor:
Hi mate, yeah following your blog , talking about the stuffs that is happening in America makes my country looks good...

Cheers mate, I've never been to Mauritius (as opposed to the USA where I've spent two weeks 10+ years ago) so if you ever feel the urge to inviting mobbits into your country pls don't leave me off that guestlist Big Smile
Posted by Heskor:
hopefully there in USA there are no crimes and so on but i can dream and be idealistic, but who knows one day the artificial will take over and we will have a peaceful world lol...

When the artificial will take over I am more of the believer of the 'James Cameron scenario' (Terminator etc.) so we don't need to be living in a hippie utopia at all, it would be just enough if some people could handle their gun properly and some countries would treat their mentally ill or drug addicted residents patients better.
Posted by Heskor:
cheers i can hope, anyway hope you keep up the blog post, you earning lots of mob points for one post i think, Big Smile, cheers just pulling your leg!

Nah, those are the headline blogposts in the right side of the site. These post of mine are just for fun, they pays as any other tenpointer on this forum.

     
  10-Feb-15, 21:13   #14
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bowie1984 

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http://www.wired.com/2015/02/new-jurassic-world-trailer...

I just leave this one here. I have no faith in the 'Jurassic' franchise and the last one I enjoyed was the first movie which came out when I was ten years old - but when I was ten years old I only watched and enjoyed sh1tty cinema as other kids would normally do. The reason I bring this up is my ever growing disgust towards CGI in the modern filmmaking process - which looks and feels fake and they doing this at the expense of practical effects.
The first Jurassic Park still holds up, because they used plenty practical effects and way less CGI - the Star Wars prequels or the LotR trilogy looks like sh1t on your hdtv 'cuz they did the exact opposite with them. CGI aging terribly and good practical effects looks timeless - that is why so many things from Alien, Alien2 through Blade Runner and The Thing - or even from the first Robocop - are rewatchable constantly yet their modern counterparts will look like garbage ten-fifteen years from now. No matter how the computers getting better at performing more complex tasks, in the digital age nothing will be as good looking as the things they built and used on sets 30-40 years ago.

     
  13-Feb-15, 21:45   #15
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bowie1984 

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I red today that Apple had a business quarter so friggin good that the corporation now worth give or take $735 billion and they'll have probably more money coming in the future.
I want Apple to start bankrolling poker tournaments. A lot of them. Or make a shell company to do that. Or buy out Amaya, whatever...
Just show me the money.

     
  13-Feb-15, 21:52   #16
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toronto_r_us 

Joined: Nov '14
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[QUOTE]Posted by bowie1984:
http://www.wired.com/2015/02/new-jurassic-world-trailer...

I just leave this one here. I have no faith in the 'Jurassic' franchise and the last one I enjoyed was the first movie which came out when I was ten years old - but when I was ten years old I only watched and enjoyed sh1tty cinema as other kids would normally do. The reason I bring this up is my ever growing disgust towards CGI in the modern filmmaking process - which looks and feels fake and they doing this at the expense of practical effects.
The first Jurassic Park still holds up, because they used plenty practical effects and way less CGI - the Star Wars prequels or the LotR trilogy looks like sh1t on your hdtv 'cuz they did the exact opposite with them. CGI aging terribly and good practical effects looks timeless - that is why so many things from Alien, Alien2 through Blade Runner and The Thing - or even from the first Robocop - are rewatchable constantly yet their modern counterparts will look like garbage ten-fifteen years from now. No matter how the computers getting better at performing more complex tasks, in the digital age nothing will be as good looking as the things they built and used on sets 30-40 years ago. [/QU

you should check out Zombeavers. talk about real looking beaver monsters

https://www.google.ca/search?q=zombeavers&source=ln...

     
  28-Feb-15, 01:24   #17
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
Age: 32 (M)
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http://fortune.com/2015/02/25/warren-buffett-diet-coke/

According to this article one of the richest (and oldest) mofo of the world eating like there's no tomorrow, which might be true for him - since he is probably closer to the date of his death than the date of his birth...
But eating only high on sugar - high on salt things will result in that you will never feel truly full since these sh1ts are always low on fiber or anything that would help you digest them in better, useful way.
Could be funny what his doctors say about this though.

     
  28-Feb-15, 04:17   #18
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superthight 

Joined: Jan '13
Location: Philippines
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well im not realy used about that kind of nfl how is it working,but looks like that burger wont spoil at all and remain refreshly alive keep up the good activites mobsters its fun coming back from bankroll mob good luck.... Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  28-Feb-15, 08:57   #19
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
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Posts: 8644
ho ho ho, checking in at this amazing, spectacular and melonless place that is called "Brain Fart Attic"(BFA), oh wait, just read the sign on the entrance that this is "Bowie's Chillout Corner"... wft? where's the BFA...

i see that bowie's romance with supertight is getting along quite nicely 8======D (.) (.)

     
  1-Mar-15, 01:56   #20
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
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Posted by pochui:
ho ho ho, checking in at this amazing, spectacular and melonless place that is called "Brain Fart Attic"(BFA), oh wait, just read the sign on the entrance that this is "Bowie's Chillout Corner"... wft? where's the BFA...

i see that bowie's romance with supertight is getting along quite nicely 8======D (.) (.)

And I see what you did here. This is the Brain Fart Attic not the match DOT com - dear melon master. Tongue

     
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