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2011-04-13 12:12:32 PM  
I smell a tax...
 
2011-04-13 12:13:26 PM  
The Marines have said it's okay to gamble?
 
2011-04-13 12:13:36 PM  

Farker T: I smell a tax...


Sorry, that was me.
 
2011-04-13 12:13:38 PM  
"First in war, first in peace, and last in the National League"
 
2011-04-13 12:13:47 PM  
Good. Legalize it, tax it, use the tax dollars to educate people on basic probability. Self-correcting problem.
 
2011-04-13 12:14:07 PM  
Which would you rather have:
- Unregulated unlicensed gambling dollars going to companies overseas?
- Regulated, licensed gambling dollars staying within your borders?
 
2011-04-13 12:16:25 PM  
It's a shoop. I can tell from seeing a few pixels and crappy lens flare filters before.

images.radcity.net
 
2011-04-13 12:16:47 PM  

Knight without armor: "First in war, first in peace, and last in the National League"


Not currently.
 
2011-04-13 12:16:55 PM  

Bear Farker: Which would you rather have:
- Unregulated unlicensed gambling dollars going to companies overseas?
- Regulated, licensed gambling dollars staying within your borders?


Which one brings Neteller back?
 
2011-04-13 12:17:07 PM  
those politicians with casinos in their districts will put an end to this.
 
2011-04-13 12:17:54 PM  

Two Hearted: Bear Farker: Which would you rather have:
- Unregulated unlicensed gambling dollars going to companies overseas?
- Regulated, licensed gambling dollars staying within your borders?

Which one brings Neteller back?


word.
 
2011-04-13 12:18:44 PM  

Two Hearted: Which one brings Neteller back?


Secret option #3 where Calvin Ayre surrenders himself to the FBI I suppose.
 
2011-04-13 12:24:19 PM  

Bear Farker: Which would you rather have:
- Unregulated unlicensed gambling dollars going to companies overseas?
- Regulated, licensed gambling dollars staying within your borders?


interestingly, we're still in a WTO violation with Antigua and Barbuda for disallowing foreign gambling services. So, we're actually paying money to keep internet gambling illegal. whoops. We're not paying that much, it was originally in the billions, but I think it settled down to some millions.
 
2011-04-13 12:31:10 PM  

Knight without armor: "First in war, first in peace, and out once in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs"


FTFY
 
2011-04-13 12:31:57 PM  

Knight without armor: "First in war, first in peace, and last in the National League"


www.logoserver.com
 
2011-04-13 12:32:56 PM  
Also, I'm pretty sure it's:

"First in war, first in peace, last in the National League East."
 
2011-04-13 12:45:44 PM  
First in war, first in peace, Furstenburg!

/please tell me this isn't as obscure as I think it is.
 
2011-04-13 12:47:50 PM  

Bear Farker: Which would you rather have:
- Unregulated unlicensed gambling dollars going to companies overseas?
- Regulated, licensed gambling dollars staying within your borders?


Are these the only two choices really available?
 
2011-04-13 01:09:42 PM  

Nutsac_Jim: Are these the only two choices really available?


For the most part, yes.

As long as it remains a grey area, which it will for years to come, people will continue to go online to gamble, and currently their only real options are overseas companies.

Sure either side of the legalization issue have their small victories here and there (IE: Net teller , Barney Frank bill) but for the most part actual legalization hasn't budged in years.
 
2011-04-13 01:29:18 PM  
Sounds good.
 
2011-04-13 07:16:33 PM  

The Jami Turman Fan Club: First in war, first in peace, Furstenburg!

/please tell me this isn't as obscure as I think it is.


You beat me to it!
 
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