Pitchforks for Pomposity

              Not everything I want to skewer with a pitchfork is in the political arena.  Facebook  is high on my list.  It is the ultimate “I Am Better Than You Are” club. 
              I am better than you are because I play three dimensional chess and listen to music so discordant that it sounds like doorknobs dropped down a mail chute.  I am better than you are because I do not eat animals and only those fruits and vegetables that have grown too weary to hold onto their stems.  I am better than you are because I drive only vehicles that use no fossil fuels.  (Never mind that it takes a coal plant to generate the electricity to charge the batteries.)  I drink only wine produced from grapes that grow in abandoned crop circles.  I donate money to help immigrant felons hone their skills in my community, and I vigorously protest when law officers try to protect the citizens.  I run five miles a day, inhaling copious fumes from vehicle traffic.  I call this a health benefit and sneer at those who do not follow my example.  All this makes me Better Than You.  Pitchforks, anyone?


  1. Arnold Snyder's articles in Blackjack Forum magazine brought shuffle monitoring to common public|most of the people|most people}. His guide, The Shuffle Tracker's Cookbook, mathematically analyzed the player edge available from shuffle monitoring based on the actual size of the tracked slug. In face-down games, if a player has more than 토토사이트 one hand, they are allowed to look at at|to have a look at} all their palms earlier than deciding. This is the only condition where a player can take a look at|have a glance at} a number of} palms.


Post a Comment

Popular Posts