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Allen
Posted 4/3/2010 10:27 AM (#19243)
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This is a test
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instinctual
Posted 4/3/2010 10:31 AM (#19244 - in reply to #19243)
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Ain't that the truth.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/3/2010 12:16 PM (#19247 - in reply to #19244)
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Ah ... but is the trick, to fail ?
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Disa
Posted 4/3/2010 12:47 PM (#19251 - in reply to #19243)
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Finish one test and there are 3 more just around the bend....
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/3/2010 4:40 PM (#19256 - in reply to #19251)
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If you fail, you fall off, no bend ... Void ?

It's a hard choice

Maybe we get to the same place anyway - in the end !

(no rhyme intended, merely, another voice)
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Disa
Posted 4/4/2010 6:26 PM (#19269 - in reply to #19243)
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Hmm, is it possible to even fail? If we didn't achieve what we initially set out to achieve, did we fail, or just achieve something else?
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Allen
Posted 4/5/2010 10:14 AM (#19271 - in reply to #19269)
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Disa,

I agree. If our efforts do not manifest our predetermined expectations, but in the process we become more in tune with the ebb and flow of Universal Consciousness, then we did not fail. Indeed, we succeeded beyond our expectations.

Allen
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Paul Joseph
Posted 4/6/2010 12:34 PM (#19281 - in reply to #19269)
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yep dears Disa and Allen, that is kind of exactly what I kind of had in Mind ....

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alpha+omega
Posted 6/2/2010 2:27 AM (#19512 - in reply to #19243)
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What happened to our pictures? Oh well, here is the update. Do I pass?





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leo
Posted 6/2/2010 7:30 AM (#19514 - in reply to #19512)
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Alpha, If what I'm seeing is in this reality, it appears that you are an A+ student. Unless you came into this existence to fail. Then you are not doing well. Failing can be a sucess, if that is what you came into this experience to experience. In Seth's case, he came ino many existences. He was a merchant, a minor pope (lesser known) even a poor women with many children, each with a different father. He chose the poor woman to experience extreme poverty. He chose the merchant to be rich.

So you see, it's what we chose thats important.
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alpha+omega
Posted 6/24/2010 11:31 AM (#19547 - in reply to #19243)
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Too bad it is Paper Money. I found some US friends and we tried it a little bit with Real Money. Real Money is far too evil to let you win. They know what everybody's trades are, akin to a poker dealer with a stacked deck looking at everybody's hand. It is all in the timing too, so they vary that to their own advantage.

However, the computers on the Exchange / Market Making side DO work and win like that! Caveat Emptor!

So my testing and learning process is complete. And the moral of Real Money is like the not so old Proverb, "The Second Mouse gets the Cheese!"



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mruppert
Posted 6/26/2010 9:13 PM (#19568 - in reply to #19243)
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Play BlackJack and count the cards in the US.....careful though as Vegas is hip to card counters and load the shoe. (THANKS A LOT MIT-you guyz s*&k) Atlantic City is very lenient.
Foreign casinos play Baccharat and do the same. Another winner is...I think it is called "Chemin de Fer" or maybe that was the cologne in my room. It was a game of 21, just like Blackjack...hmmm....I think it was BlackJack. Frenchies are not good at spotting card counters, the Monacans....whaddya call someone from Monaco....are REAL good at spotting it. Just CHANGE TABLES after a string of wins and you will be SpeedRacer at Lemans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Marty and Cardshark Cats

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leo
Posted 6/27/2010 9:57 AM (#19587 - in reply to #19568)
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Marty, I can't even remember what I had for breakfast two hours ago. You think I can count and keep track of, what is it now, 5 decks of cards? I'll just count on the universe and direction from my guide.

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