yenta, please just give us one good Madonna story. We won't tell the tabloids.
If you two quit watching so much garbage television you might be able to pick a winner once in a while.
Some racing message boards are apparently reporting that sofa sustained heavy gambling losses at Sunland Park over the weekend. No wonder why he's so angry and confused.
Yenta is reported to be the only visitor to the casinocity website in the last six months.
How's sofa doing on the Gulfstream Park West parking lot count?
you got burned selling the Arlington Million winner for 200k. Get over it and your obsession with Posting on the CHDN message board. Pathetic. Get a life.
I completely understand why bj, yenta, and sofa are so passionate on their hate for horse racing. If I lost as money as those three suckers on betting horses, I'd be pretty #$%$ off also.
Maybe a rest for Adelaide after winning graded stakes on 3 continents and $1.6 million in 7 starts this year?
yentabeans • Sep 2, 2011 2:56 PM Flag
the Depression accelerates...
.....in extreme deflation...GOLD wins
...........in extreme inflation....GOLD wins
.........if we try to kick the can to maintain
..........................the status quo, oh yes, GOLD wins.
There are only 2 possibilities in which gold can lose.
The probabilities of said solutions is so small as to be
highly, highly improbable.
.......Money from Heaven IS the Path to Hell..........
I heard yenta has been cleaning up at St Mary's Bingo this week!
Riverboats will go bust before Arlington.
The Sweet Pop Fizz Candy Bar in East Dundee, Illinois, offers gelato, hand-painted chocolates -- and slot machines, two of them, ready to play between sips of a craft beer.
Since the state authorized bars and other places that serve booze to install slot machines two years ago, the number has skyrocketed to more than 18,000 and now exceeds those in the state’s 10 casinos by 60 percent. The count is rising by several hundred a month, even with some cities, including Chicago, barring them.
The rapid growth is bad news for the $1.6 billion Illinois casino industry and operators such as Caesars Entertainment Corp. (CZR), Penn National Gaming Inc. (PENN) and Boyd Gaming Corp. (BYD), which are losing customers to the new, more convenient competitors. The Illinois Casino Gaming Association, representing casinos, is fighting legislation that would double the number of machines in truck stops and is now pushing to restrict the expansion.