Do you enjoy gambling? I personally enjoy it and head out to gamble once in a while, but I am always certain that I keep a level head about it. That is the real key to having fun while gambling.
Gambling is Growing
It really wasn’t all that long ago when you could only gamble by finding a nearby casino. But, then the internet came along and gambling was prevalent on the internet (and at the time was available through our home desktop). Well now we all have smartphones and can easily gamble at any time of the day, regardless of where we are! For this reason, we really have to check ourselves and be sure that we are gambling responsibly.
Don’t Risk Your Job
Sure, gambling can be done wherever you are now, and it can be fun, but it certainly isn’t worth losing your job over. When you are at work, be certain that you are focused on work, not on your smartphone. If I were you, I wouldn’t be texting, gambling, Facebooking, or even sending out Tweets. You are employed to get a job done, not to be toying around on your phone. In fact, if you are one of the few people that ignore your phone during work, you will probably receive promotions at an alarming rate!
Be Responsible, but Have a Good Time
Now, I know I sound all down on gambling, but that’s not true at all. I think that it’s incredibly fun (especially when you win big money), but you just always have to be aware with what you are doing. Thankfully, there are gambling sites out there that do promote: bwin.be .
If you are gambling with your mobile device, I would set a few limits. Obviously, you should make a mental note about how much money you’re willing (or able) to spend in the event that you lose it all. And secondly, I would put a time limit on your playing. Just like with any app or game, it can be very easy to get caught up in it and lose track of the time. A reasonable amount of time would probably be an hour or less. If you are playing more than that per day, I would say you either don’t have a life or you are neglecting important responsibilities and are hurting your loved ones in the process.
Have fun gambling (I hope you win big), but do it responsibly!
I was absolutely shocked when I came across this visual regarding celebrities and their gambling habits. Not only do they MAKE millions, but they also BET millions, too. Some of the people listed below were to be expected, but others, like Ben Affleck caught me by surprise. And I naively thought he was beyond busy pushing out blockbuster hit after blockbuster hit. Another surprise was Floyd Mayweather. Apparently, he was able to cash in on college football’s Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies. Feel free to check out the visual below and comment on the celebrities you were surprised to see listed.
High Stakes Celebrities – Gambling With Fame – An infographic by the team at Online Gambling Sites
Say the word mullet and who springs to mind? Country and Western Star Billy Ray Cyrus, Chuck Norris ,Full House actor John Stamos and a variety of other rockers who were cool in the 1980’s. The haircut also known as ‘business in the front and party in the back’ seems to be making a return and with fashion changing every year it seems we somehow have managed to recycle the 80’s. Its bad enough we stuck with the return of high waisted jeans and neon colours but now it seems that bad taste has spread to our heads and the mullet is this season’s newest trend.
The deconstructed mullet has become as cool as iPad casino games and it seems that woman are embracing the trend too. It’s bad enough that it makes them look like they should be swigging beer from a can with a fag stuck out the corner of their mouth whilst nursing a baby, but now its hit the catwalk too so there’s no argument that it isn’t fashionable. Jean Paul Gautier recently sent his models down the runway with a variety of deconstructed mullets and women around the world are flocking to have their hair chopped into something that resembles a country and western album cover.
As fashion changes every year, so do fashion faux pas and in years to come it’s going to be interesting to see how people explain to their friends and family why they followed a trend that wasn’t flattering and had absolutely no benefit, other than making them look plausible in dungarees. Unlike high waisted jeans that are slimming or leggings that elongate the torso, mullets have no redeeming qualities that make them flattering. Just because Chuck Norris still has one is not a good reason to get one. Chuck is not the paragon of beauty for women nor is he the epitome of sexiness for men so why are people following a fad that has no benefits.
The mullet seems to invoke a memory of years gone by, of 80’s rockers with big hair and when the most rebellious thing you could do was pierce your ears. Perhaps we need to sit back and embrace mullets as a nod to a rebellious era, hoping that it’s the lesser evil and shoulder pads remain firmly in the past.
Say ‘High waisted jeans’ and what springs to mind? For me, I think it has to be Debbie from Men Behaving Badly, in her knitted jumper, scrunchie, heavy make up and gold jewellery. Nineties fashion – you’ve got to love it, it’s making a comeback. For many years during the last decade of the 20th century, jeans with a high waist were the order of the day.
It seems fashion changes every day, each season bringing it with it new ideas, new trends and new faux pas. Yet, some items remain popular throughout the years. Take leggings, for example, which have been loved by women and girls everywhere since the 1980s. Or, consider the classic stiletto. Sexy, glamorous and with just a hint of danger, these shoes have always been associated with stylish dressers who know how to use their femininity to good effect. But out of all the fashion staples, the jean is undoubtedly the most well-known and long lasting.
Think back if you can to the dusty expanses of the American mid-west. Sometime in the mid nineteenth century, the likes of German born Levi Strauss, and Jacob Davis, his business partner, were busy developing a new type of overall trousers to be worn by manual workers. They were using a particular type of material – stretchy and hard wearing denim. It was these overalls which would go on to become the prototype for the first jeans. A legend was born, out from the hooves of wranglers’ horses and the clanging sound of the factory bell.
Jeans since then have been designed and made by some of the world’s finest fashion labels. Think Wrangler, Gucci, Armani, Diesel, Burberry and Prada to name but a few. They have a universal appeal for young or old, rich or poor, slim or not-so-slim. Today, we are faced with a wide array of styles of jeans to choose from, including flared, skinny fit, or high rise. Recently, high waisted jeans have come back into fashion.
Do not be alarmed. These are not the creations of some ‘90s obsessed fashion avenger. They are beautifully cut and stylishly designed jeans which flatter and shape the female form. Similar in look to the skinny jeans, high waisted jeans have the advantage of finishing further up the waist. This has the effect of flattening the midriff, pulling in any wobbly bits and generally lifting your posterior. What could be better than a pair of jeans which instantly knock pounds of your figure?
So, you mustn’t be worried that high waisted jeans should be confined to the past. The reality is that these jeans are the next big thing, and will improve not only your figure but your confidence when you wear them.
Lottie Morrison is a Men Behaving Badly Fan with a taste for fashion-forward clothes; this season she will be modelling her high jeans and loving every second.
Arguably one of the best and most acclaimed horror/sci-fi game series of all time, Visceral Games wow their audience with what may be the final entry in the series, Dead Space 3.
Fans of the previous games will feel their knees tremble as protagonist Isaac Clarke is forced to go to the homeworld where the evil markers originate, to permanently extinguish the threat and make the universe a safer place.
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Dead Space was originally set on an abandoned, space-mining colony ship. The sequel was set on a massive space station. The third game expands the opportunity for fresh terror by shifting the setting onto a frozen planet and abandoned research facilities, seemingly paying tribute to The Thing.
The final act takes place in a strange, alien underground city. The first few levels are played on a space ship of sorts, and the shift to the alien, frozen planet is done beautifully, with a stunning sequence of crash-landing the space ship onto the surface of the planet.
If you liked the behind-the-shoulder third-person gameplay from the first two games, there isn’t much difference, and it’s still as much fun. The biggest change is with the weapons system. Instead of having set weapons that you can upgrade, you can now interchange every single part of every single weapon.
This means that the options of what kind of weapon you wield are potentially limitless. Strap on a stasis module to your flamethrower, for instance, to make enemies slow down and freeze while you burn them alive.
All the best features from the old games are present – the insanely paced cut-scene sequences that allow the player to get involved are still present. New to the game are beautifully crafted sequences where Isaac has to grapple his way up or down vertical surfaces on the frozen planet, fending off aliens as well as dodging falling debris and boulders.
Sure, the game does have a little more action over horror, but who’s complaining? Dead Space 3 still packs in the scares deftly, there’s plenty to be frightened about. It’s never looked so luscious and stunning – light and shadow have been utilised perfectly, and the soundtrack is so good that you’re terrified before you even pick up the controller.
The one thing that does keep you going, despite being too scared to do so, is that it’s a breathtakingly beautiful game. Sure, we’re talking about hideous, constantly morphing alien zombies, but they come packaged in a setting that’s so stunningly rendered, you can’t help enjoy the nightmares afterwards.
Finally a picture of his girlfriend surfaces…
By far the best way to say thanks for all the highs (and lows)…
No worries, DISD doesn’t F around. So if they say they’re ready, they’s ready.
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