The title of his book gives some indication of his tone: Original Show Pub Date: It combines man's natural play instinct with his desire to know about his fate and his future. Shay If you would read a mans Disposition, see him Game, you will then learn more of him in one hour, than in seven Years Conversation You don't get it by standing around and looking on That was a true but incomplete answer.
All men are equal at cards. She says we must take heed of Brandeis' warning and take down the banker-corporate-politician-industrial complex. It didn't come in until half-past five.
It appeared to be a rational enough game for him, and if I could have borrowed his oar I would have stayed Keough In a bet there is a fool and a thief. John Scarne Gambling makes boys selfish and cruel as well as men. He must always be trying to get the better in something or other.
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Contact Us Gambling Sayings and Quotes Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old gambling quotes, gambling sayings, and gambling proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources. Constantly money and chips are flung upon the table, and the game seems to consist in the croupier's reaching for these things with a flexible sculling oar, and raking them home.
George Bernard Shaw The gambling interests like to point to the construction jobs, but those jobs go away. It just gives him the opportunity to beat himself. Solomon is very good here. It combines man's natural play instinct with his desire to know about his fate and his future.
John Milton Hay In gambling the many must lose in order that the few may win. Jeanette Winterson Gambling is the great leveller. Drone strikes continue to take their toll in Yemen and elsewhere.
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Solomon also says Brain Williams' worst lies about war were not his exaggerations of his personal experiences reporting from danger zones but rather his parroting the war propaganda of both the Bush and Obama administrations and his failure to challenge any aspect of the corrupt endless-war agenda.
Nothing ever gets hit there. Many excellent points in this one. You never heard of a horse going broke betting on people. John Warren Kindt At the gambling table, there are no fathers and sons. They judge gambling as some atheists judge religion, by its excesses.
But some bankers were not of a mind to play the game this way, and Louis Brandeis warned: Chris Hedges says most Americans accept the myth of American rightness and do-goodism while ignoring the obvious parallels in the terrorism practiced by the US and the terrorism practiced by ISIS and their ilk.
It has been engaged in everywhere, from the dregs of society to the most respectable circles.