Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Have you ever been pelted by rain in 100 degree

heat. I reccomend you get your butts outside and try it. It often amazes me how residents of Phoenix withstand these brutal summers year after year and when they finally get a few hours of relief, scamper like scared bunnies from the rain


There is nothing quite like standing outside fully clothed and enjoying the refreshing rain, raise you hands up to the heavens, you have seen it in the movies
do it, it is a trip

The smog is washed away and the air has a fresh dewey smell if only for a few hours

Enjoy Phoenix Enjoy

I hope this positive post will get me back on track, I won a sitngo last night at party poker and even a little thing like that just gives you a feeling of hope

Anna

2 Comments:

Blogger Drizztdj said...

Every poker player finds happiness at PartyPoker.

Do you play at the casinos Anna?

I remember Casino Arizona being pretty close to Phoenix on the Scottsdale/Tempe border.

1:30 PM  
Blogger csage said...

Anna,

We would love to have you involved in the Card Player Collegiate Open Championship as a player and a campsu rep. Please email me at craig@teampokerproductions.com and read the below for info on it. Thanks
Craig

2005 CARD PLAYER COLLEGIATE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Colleges around the country will compete in the Biggest, Baddest, Meanest Poker Brawl of 2005 to decide the best college Texas Hold’em player in the country.

The US Collegiate Poker League is producing this school vs. school battle that begins November 12th.

Full Tilt Poker will host the first two elimination rounds online. The National Nine finalists will then be whisked away for a final showdown live in Las Vegas! The event will be taped for national television for broadcast in the spring.
The prizes include a $5000 WSOP seat, scholarships, a gold championship bracelet, Palm Tree Computer laptop, and much more.

For additional information and to get up on game visit: www.uscollegiatepokerleague.com or www.getupongame.com.

2:46 PM  

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