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Gambling near me hobble 2017

Postby Mazule В» 13.11.2018

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I agree to some extent. However I'm not sure if that applies to the fotb machines which seem to have been the issue for the customer in the article? I also think that when people say "the house always wins" they don't mean it literally. These Fotb machines are particularly evil. The law limits the number of machines per shop, however doesn't limit the number of shops per street - so the bookies just build more smaller shops so that can take more in from these machines.

I've yet to see a happy, well off person walk into a bookies. Sure, it would be lovely if people didn't give in to temptation. However, some people need a bit more support and we should give it to them. The House doesn't always win. Countless of on course bookies have gone bust over the years as have the independents on the high street.

But there isn't just one party, the house, bookmaker or broker call 'em what you will but also the small breed of punter who understands value betting. You may as well say that "everyone who opens a shop or business will go bust" without adding the caveat of "without a business plan or strategy". And I am tired of hearing of posts like yours about people doing any form of investment yes, it can be an investment if you understand probability, know one's edge, expected strike rate and ROI and coming a cropper because they don't know what they are doing.

Remember the Share Shops of the 80s? That was much the same and, again, those who didn't do the homework suffered.

It's like any business or investment transaction. If you don't work out the probabilities, the odds and have the money management then, of course, you're going to fail. It's the same whether one is punting on the horses, buying ISAs, looking at forex or opening a shop or running a business. So picking on one aspect of that list isn't particularly clever when the subtext all along is: the person involved didn't do his homework.

Probably, the Guardian seems to support the right for people to take whatever drugs they like. But those same people shouldn't be trusted on whether they want to gamble or not. So you have google it and found out that no one goes to jail for not paying their licence then? Told you I was right. Oh and if you bothered researching things properly instead of believing outrage stories. You would know they dont disproportionately target women, Capita cant know what sex will answer the door can they?

There are several reason why women are more likely to be caught, they are more likely to look after children than the man and so are more likely to be at home. Men are also more likely to tell Capita to jog on when answering the door.

You have been reading the Mail again havent you? Which "Borrowed" the story from the Times. If they fail to pay the fine they can be jailed — which happened in 32 cases last year. Oh look I was right, you dont go to jail for not paying the licence.

You can only go to jail for not paying the court ordered fine Like any other type of court ordered fine. There's no equivalence. It's the person doing the raping who should be held responsible for the act of rape, not the victim, and there is literally no connection between their choosing to rape and what the victim is wearing.

Capita TV Licensing disproportionally target women and there's lots of evidence out there- not just the original report which is accurate.

Over , criminal proceedings instigated in approx a year with the new single court procedure- and many many seriously vulnerable left with a criminal record or jailed. Either way the lottery is a regressive tax on the poor and stupid to pay for the hobbies of the middle classes.

I got funding for an expressive dance piece that really captures the grittiness of the north More free wine anyone? How many time do you need telling you don't go to prison for not having a licence. Is there something the matter with you? You don't know the law, you just continue to say random things hoping that no one is aware of the rules.

You have embarrassed yourself and are now flailing around in an attempt to deflect from the fact you dont know what you are talking about. Just so everyone can see who is telling the truth, I invite anyone to Google the following words. Im not a liar am I? I even copied and pasted par of the the TV licence site to prove you do not know what you are talking about.

You clearly have no idea how the legal system works, Capita cant jail anyone, only the courts can do that. You do realise that dont you?

People stand before a judge and in some cases a jury. Are the Judges all in the pay of the BBC? You can pretend all you like but anyone who is that bothered would have googled the truth and see that you are repeating third rate stories from the Mail.

A very relevant article and spot on. Also, the promotion of gambling through celebs like Ray Winston, capitalising on his "man of the people" persona, when it's more a case of a man helping to destroy many of the people. This incessant advertising of instant betting is also the root of criminal interest and sports result fixing problems.

This should all be stamped out as soon as possible, but hey, HMGov has got Brexit fish to fry I guess. They're not bothered about social injustices.

Well I gamble, in charity raffles and such, very occasionally. But no I would not dream of giving a penny to bet etc precisely because I know they do not really care about the harm they do and make their money by means of a con trick. Good, well done. My dad lost everything as he was a casino gambler.

Left me and my mum when I was a toddler. Ended up on his own in a bedsit in later years and still gambled. Pretended to everyone else he was minted. He should have been an actor really as he was very good at convincing others he was rolling around in money, nothing could have been further from the truth. I went to a casino with some nursing friends on a night out, kept winning on black jack and roulette wheel to the point where one guy told me to 'eff off' his roulette table, people were queuing up behind me to place their bets, I was told it was because they thought I was lucky, it felt like they were breathing down my neck.

I know I have the tendency to get hooked too so keep well away now. I kept my winnings from that night and thought I did well to walk out of there up on the deal rather than thinking there was anything particularly lucky going on that was going to last for a further visit.

Any form of addictive behaviour requires professional help. I'm making the point that people can be educated before they become hooked. Ideally, awareness of the dangers of behaviour leading to addiction should be lessons learnt from parents. However, for many reasons this doesn't happen, so the state must intervene and ensure the school curriculum contains these lessons. At least people should be aware of the dangers, although many will ignore them to their cost. I've overcome the addiction- Didn't get horribly horribly into it but racked up debt few grand doing it.

I lost myself and stopped being confident- I went in on myself, became an introvert. I am now off it for 2 months. Luckily the debt will be gone in a year but I can't abide by the adverts. It's a reminder of my period of weakness. That response is part of the problem. Compulsion isn't stupidity and people who think it is have such a detachment to the issue that they shouldn't even comment on it.

For all you know the vulnerable women jailed for such criminally petty misdemeanours as watching the BBC could have committed suicide. Do you care? You are spreading lies and half truths. Do not reply to me. People like you always on these threads- spreading mistruths or attempting to deny the fucking horrific injustices in this country make me sick.

If Hammond really has changed his view on protecting the Governments tax haul from gambling then I hope he gives it his full backing to the minimum stakes being allowed on FOBTs. He told me he'd barred himself out of most of the bookies in L8, L17, and L18, but said that the staff turned a blind eye, because he'd developed a habit of kicking off if they didn't let him back in. When I read the article my first thought was that this would be the flip side of the Eric Baptista story related in the article.

I find it hard to believe that someone smashing up a shop because they haven't been refused a bet is more common than people smashing up a shop because they have been refused. I wasn't going to mention the very obvious potential for an excluded gambler to get lairy and I dread to imagine what would happen if said gambler saw the jackpot come up for another person immediately afterwards because I tend to agree with the general drift of this article.

But, as you mention it, it must be said that this is a very real consideration seldom mentioned by people who demand that bookmakers' staff consider their clients' welfare. The overriding point is that staff shouldn't be put in that situation and there's no doubt in my mind that the advent of high-stakes-quick-turnover fixed odds machines has created an impossible situation for High St betting shops.

Places like casinos have membership schemes and properly trained security staff to deal with such situations. To expect ordinary clerks backed only by a self-exclusion scheme to cope with unstable people who might reach the end of their tether at any moment is unfair.

These machines should be taken off the High St at once. All those horrific reports about a man with early onset dementia being jailed and other highly vulnerable women being jailed for minimal things can be verified by Google. Quite frankly the war veteran should be paid by the bloated greedy bbc ceo's who get their multi million pound bonuses, pay offs and wages at the expenses of brave men like him!!

The TV license debt collectors out their foot in people's doors and forced their way in. They spied through Windows or spied on vulnerable people to catch them out and pretend to be accomodating about genuine mistakes. Watch Doyle on the video doing his tv license debt collector training.

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Re: gambling near me hobble 2017

Postby Negal В» 13.11.2018

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Postby Voodoom В» 13.11.2018

I said I believe 2 are on the right track! Pretended to everyone else he was minted. A lot of people are scrutinizing your idea and I hope you maintain your sense of humor. Firstly what I do and this is just my way is stay open to possibilities.

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Postby Tajas В» 13.11.2018

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Postby Dailabar В» 13.11.2018

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Postby Faugor В» 13.11.2018

Probably about as real as all of the perfect solves floating around out in Searcherville. HannahM domb 7 Sep Stop defending them and go away. I do remember f saying that he had plenty of guts and imagination so maybe some guts will be needed as well. Everyone has the same information to work with.

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Postby Kigalkis В» 13.11.2018

I never just put things like this on the back burner. God knows what visit web page is these gamblihg, but clearly the backbone of the high street bookies. But I think he accomplished everything he set out to and more.

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Postby Kazralkis В» 13.11.2018

Oh Brett…. Do you think addicts can follow advice? And best of all a small abode such as a hermits cave or hut!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Either way good luck to you! When he first started commenting I referenced and old nickname he played under and he did not react.

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Re: gambling near me hobble 2017

Postby Yozshum В» 13.11.2018

Only the treasure chest is in the RMs. Brother finds the treasure. At what point am I arguing for prohibition? His tombstone is already there but it is not a cemetery.

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Postby Vuzilkree В» 13.11.2018

This was just an informal email that I typed from my phone in 30 seconds. The only way I can see your statement as factual, is if you have a really strong stomach. What is the emergency? Good luck and good bye to sin city.

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Postby Zolojas В» 13.11.2018

They indicate that the yobble are a maxim not meant to be universally applicable. Look it up. When ff asked me if I would mind if he posted the email on the blog with or without my name I said he could do whatever he wants but to leave my name off it.

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Postby Banris В» 13.11.2018

I would do neither. Do you feel like you are making any progress at this point? Who follows rules?? I doubt the tax revenue compensates for the social problems caused.

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Postby Yozshutilar В» 13.11.2018

Capita TV Licensing disproportionally target women and there's lots of evidence out there- not just the original report which is accurate. Thanks for your perspective. Story telling? Your not helping me. Wagering more info hard biscuit instead might be a better option.

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