Casino Gambling Tips for Online GamblingWritten by Mahal Ramapois
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Have a daily goal in mind Write down how much you want to gamble with each day. For example, if your $100.00 deposit and casino match bonus of 100% gives you $200.00 total, then spread it out over 2 to 3 sessions. Sometimes if you gamble $75.00 and lose it in morning, trying again tomorrow may bring you luck. BUT if you blow it all at once, you lose future opportunity to hit that winning streak that may be around corner.
Watch your bankroll! Remember to place a limit on what you will spend! To reflect on previous sentence, if you blow everything all at once, you miss future opportunity to hit a potential winning streak. On top of that gambling should be fun, entertaining and profitable. It should not take money from your bills or necessities (or your spouse).
Casino Gambling Tips for Online Gambling
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Is the Record Album Dead? Not by a Long Shot.Written by Charles Essmeier
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their record companies issue their product in record form, LP never quite went away. New albums by bands such as Pink Floyd and Metallica were issued in mid-1990’s in LP form, and those releases not only sold out, but now command a hefty premium on collector’s market. A number of independent bands that were signed by small record companies began to issue records in addition to CDs, partly just to be “different” and partly because band members just liked listening to records. In some cases, in order to spur sales of record, artists would include an extra song or two on record that was not included on compact disc of same album. Throughout 1990’s and to present day, several million record albums have been sold every year.
Granted, records are harder to find in stores than they were fifteen years ago, and an interested buyer might have to seek out a collector’s shop or buy them online. But new albums by major and minor artists, along with older, “classic” albums, continue to be released in LP format. Last year, in Japan, EMI Records issued every album by Beatles in LP form as limited edition items. They sold out quickly, even at nearly $500 for set. The market for records is smaller than it used to be, but record album still thrives.
©Copyright 2005 by Retro Marketing. Charles Essmeier is the owner of Retro Marketing, a firm that operates several retail Websites, including AluminumChristmasTrees.net, a site devoted to vintage aluminum Christmas trees and accessories, and RarePinkFloyd.com, a site devoted to rare records, compact discs and by the band Pink Floyd.