Baby Mama - fun movie, predictable yet abrupt ending, but the funniest bits are all in the TV commercial anyway
Colorado Rockies - oy vey, what can I say? Never mind the 20-5....we attended the one weekend home game the Rox lost. Last year, they couldn't lose when the Good Doctor Mondo and I were at Coors Field. This year, they can't win.
Poker - took down a bar tourney pre-bands on Friday night. I know, I know, I swore off bar poker, but had a couple hours to kill, and took it down with hours to spare before the bands I wanted to see.
Online Poker - only played last night, and, except for a barely cashing of the Bodog $3k $10 rebuy (went out 18th of 18 pay spots), I truly got kicked in the junk. Lost two 50/50 satellites (no more of those for me until my FTP rolls grows), went out of a $6k when TT caught his river 2-outer against my QQ, and pretty much got abused everywhere else.
Of course, my getting kicked in the junk online can only mean one thing. That's right, it's Tuesday, which means:
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We're down to the last three weeks, and I don't stand a snowball's chance in hell of coming in the top 18. But I like pain, so I signed up anyway.
The Skillz game tonight is Pot Limit Hold'em. I'm undecided whether to play or not -- I'll probably give the Daily Doubles a go, instead, if only because I'm not really involved in BBT3, and enjoy the Skillz games more when they're Omatard or Razz-based.