When you really think about it, why in God’s name do people gamble anyway? I suppose it’s the hope of easy money and becoming rich by doing ข้อดีของเกมสล็อตออนไลน์ เกมหาเงินที่อยากให้ลอง nothing, but that entire belief system is so insane it’s not even funny. The endless laws of nature tell us that this isn’t true, yet somehow people still continue to pursue such things. It’s perplexing to me.
I have a friend who doesn’t have much money and is really down on his luck (all by his very own doing by the way). Yet he continues to buy a lottery ticket everyday, and has done so for your six years that I’ve known him. He was asking to borrow money the other day and I told him no and reminded him that he would have the funds if he we hadn’t been playing the lottery. He of course said, “It’s very dollar a day for God’s Sake! ” I then said, “I realize that, but over the course of six years, it adds up. ” Then i did the numbers. I told him that if he we hadn’t wasted that money he would have the funds he was asking me for. For the love of God, it adds up to a little over $2000!
But someone who has the wagering mentality doesn’t want to hear gibberish like I’m spewing. They’re of course going to are the next big winner. My friend continues to waste his money on the lottery, and also continues to have no extra money to speak of. This is the nature of wagering though, right? I suppose if it were unique of this, there wouldn’t be wagering. The Mob realized all of this years ago, and gave us the city of Nevada.
I stopped drinking and smoking a while back, and discover the correlations between those two activities and wagering to be incredibly interesting. It’s that all of these things were meant to go together. I suppose it all makes sense though, because when i reviewed I believed I would beat the odds and not have any uncomfortable side effects. Same with drinking. I never believed I would be the one to have any real effects from drinking. Then i woke up one day in the same place I was 10 years before!
When i drank and reviewed, I actually liked going into the local casino and slamming some dough into the machines. I used to tell myself (and others) that it was relaxing. Then, when i opened myself of the self evoked haze caused by alcohol and cigarette smoking, I didn’t want to gamble any more either. I had suddenly realized the insanity of wasting time on such things. I think Wilson Mizner said it best, when he said, “Gambling: The sure way of getting nothing for something. ” That about sums it up as well as anything I’ve ever heard.