comes a man who’s life is filled with a painful wife (Kathy Bates yelling at Phillip Seymour Hoffman) “Why do you stay on the computer all the time? YOU SUCK, I don’t care if you bring home $100,000 a year, I love Nick!” friends who don’t understand him… (Kevin Smith talking to the phone) “What […]
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I remember being part of a baseball team when I was 7. I sucked. I was the worst baseball player on my team, the Giants. I led the league in strikeouts, walks , hit by pitch , stolen bases and had a .000 batting average. Yup .000 . When I actually grounded out the last […]
Take a look at this link. You can see even Gillette is scared of a cheater. And is there the “Gillette Curse?”
How about we all meet up in 2010 and start over again? One tournament at a time, until we get back into the swing of , not a full schedule, but just a schedule of all being friends and friendly again, letting life take a hike for a bit just living and loving the moment of suckouts, roars & boooms.
I am glad that the imposed ban on poker by the girlfriend and myself (in an attempt to finish the house work) is over. I’ll be donking it up in the LivePokerRadio Tour tonight. Now I’ve been wondering where everyone has gone in my poker cyberspace. But we’ve all headed out with activities whether it […]
I know that this post may piss some people off, but this is all in fun. Now with that said. People have asked ME to interpret one of the most best kept secrets in poker bloggerdome.
There is a list.
Yup, a list of who is A-list bloggers and who are Z- List bloggers like me.
Keep reading only if you want your innocence to be lifter.
Want to read more, come to http://www.instanttragedy.com
(Come to InstantTragedy.com to see the joy that is the TRUTH! Also, because Sean doesn’t want to have his daughter Shelby see how he can write about poker and not as much about her, which is what donahue.org is all about. BTW Adjust RSS feeds if necessary)
Imagine if Danica Patrick or Tony Stewart had to chug a beer before they could leave their pits. Imagine the accidents then. What’s sporting about NASCAR? Pedal to floor, turn left.
Both poker players and nascar drivers have to worry about the “wheel”, if the pits will treat them right, and they have to watch out for other donkeys around them.