It looks like poker doesn't have to be a game for the kitchen table with a bunch of guy friends, and it's more than a garage game on a card table with the garage door up all night long. In Central Texas anyway. An Austin business has found a way to let players walk away with winnings, and make it legal.
You've probably seen the headlines about March Madness, and how employers are faced with dilemmas about whether to ban basketball-watching and bracket-checking at the office or just let it slide. People are gonna check scores anyway right? I mean we've got our smart phones. Seems like a losing battle. Linkedin says bosses should go ahead and embrace the Madness.
Dee Snider recently caught some flak for derogatory comments made about former Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich and the current Kiss lineup, but as the Twisted Sister frontman argued during an appearance on Eddie Trunk Live, he wasn't just making idly rude remarks.
The internet is full of ideas. Here's one from a guy who decided to plan the ultimate road trip, covering all 50 states and some of the top landmarks in the country. Wanna see where he's headed in Texas?
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