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Old 08-07-2017, 01:17 AM   #501
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Guess my friend and i have been trying to see as much of NYC as we can fit into the day, to try and make the most of this opportunity? Although summer appears to be peak tourist season - so the crowds seem to be huge everywhere, and the traffic's been really congested.

Yesterday when we were visiting sights close to the hotel, we somehow managed to pack quite a bit into the day. But today we wanted to spend the day in the south of Manhattan, so there seemed to be a fair bit more time spent in transit, trying to find everything? And sometimes we wound up getting lost Or time was spent trying to manoever through crowds, or just waiting in line?


Apparently the subway is the fastest way to get around the city - they were safe, and they were fast ... they weren't the cleanest It's interesting that there didn't seem to be any ads in any of the stations - maybe with extra revenue they'd have more funds for upkeep? Guess the subway and station at 42nd street gets a lot of traffic, so they're not as nice to look at as this one we wound up at, after getting lost

After visiting the 9/11 memorial, we walked over to see Federal Hall and the NY Stock Exchange building, then went to see the charging bull statue. Here's a pic of it from the internet ...
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In real life, the crowd around the bull was actually so huge, it was impossible to get a clear shot Guess a lot of the pics floating around the internet are from back when police were keeping people away from the statue, because they were worried that Wall Street protesters might damage it?

So that was unexpected The day kind of picked up after that - took a quick trip across the bridge to Brooklyn, and they have a really pretty view of Manhattan ...

And there was a little outdoor flea market that didn't seem to have too much - but there was an artist who draws these lovely little sketches on Post-It notes, which was a neat find ...

It's supposed to rain tomorrow, so today was the last chance to view the sunset from the Top of the Rock - NBC Headquarters is right at Rockefeller Center, where they have the big tree at Christmastime ...

And there was a nice view of the Empire State Building from the Top of the Rock ...

Somehow managed to run out of time in the day to fit in the Statue of Liberty Hopefully there'll still be enough time to fit in one of those 1hr boat tours before the flight home on Tuesday? Museum day tomorrow ...


PS Here's the Stock Exchange building - guess they took down the big flag?

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Old 08-08-2017, 01:55 AM   #502
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The plane home leaves late afternoon tomorrow - guess it's fun to visit new places every once in a while ... but am also really looking forward to going back home to the comfort and familiarity of my couch potato lifestyle

Always so much going on here, from the crack of dawn all the way until midnight, so the activities have kind of been non-stop - like this morning on the way back from my coffee run, managed to see Ginger Zee doing a segment for Good Morning America live outside in Times Square ...

She was still on tv doing another segment by the time got back to my hotel room ...

It did rain all day today as expected - but it didn't seem like such a great idea to try and squeeze a 1hr boat ride to the Statue of Liberty in before the flight tomorrow? So we wound up going on the boat in the rain - guess that's one way to avoid the big crowds

Unfortunately, the rain didn't seem to be deterring the museum crowd - was surprised there was even a line up to get in, but was downright shocked to see that everybody was willing to wait outside in the rain for over half an hour It was pouring by then too. The exhibit at the Guggenheim had a bunch of French Impressionist paintings, and so the crowd seemed to be about 80% French - guess art must be to France like what hockey is to Canada ... maybe part of the country's pride and joy?

A little side topic - some of the French at the museum seemed to be were wearing those 'jorts', just like pair that Pollak had on at the WSOP ME final table, that became the quite the hot topic of conversation - it kind of seemed like maybe the French feel like athleisure wear is meant more for working out at the gym or something?

Anyways, my friend was saying that the more famous works of the big artists don't often leave Europe - so guess these were some of their lesser-known works? They were still quite pretty though - they looked very striking in person ... here's a portrait by Renoir, and a landscape by Van Gogh from his time spent in France ...



Haven't done a very good job of taking pictures of all the gourmet food available in NYC - guess we've been trying really hard to eat at places that aren't available at home, so we were eating at a lot of celebrity chef places, like Daniel Boulud's coffee shop, and Mario Batali's pizza and pasta place ... we even gave Guy Fieri's burger place a try

A couple of days in, we started to notice that with so much competition in NYC, guess a lot of places have tried to distinguish themselves by taking more chances with trying to be more creative with their food? So even the empanada and hot dog shacks in Times Square will offer unique gourmet toppings, like spicy pineapple relish?

Started to look at recommendations from Kenji at Serious Eats and Zagat, so for dinner tonight we went to a pizza place called Don Antonio, and they created a pizza made with fry bread. Not sure if it was really better than regular wood-fired pizza, but it was neat to be able to try something creative and unique ...

And then with it still raining a little bit, even the crowds at Times Square were a little more thin than usual tonight, so there was a chance to check out some of the stores around the hotel. Disney has a lot of musicals on Broadway that are supposed to be doing really well, so they have a big store here, and they even had some special things on sale, just for NYC ...

The trip's been fun, but it'll be really nice to go home and see grass again

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Old 08-08-2017, 10:57 PM   #503
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Was still able to cram a little bit more sightseeing in this morning

Just noticed last night that they opened up one of those Amazon Books stores up the street from the hotel, in the Time Warner Center. Used to love going to book stores to browse through the selection - until it became so convenient to e-browse on Amazon, there no longer seemed to be a need to ever visit an actual store?

The Time Warner Center has a pretty view of Columbus Circle though - there's supposed to be some shows that tape upstairs, with this view in the background ... like Live with Kelly and Ryan?

After that, it was off to the airport for the trip home - so that's it for the photos of New York. Guess it's back to the dancing dog gifs, etc


Guess visiting new places can be a unique opportunity to see and hear new things and have fresh experiences - it feels like that be quite enrichening, and maybe even a little inspiring? And even when there's stuff that's not as lovely as back home, maybe even that can be a positive experience, if it helps make some of the stuff at home seem all that more sweet?

Came back home and went to check out the latest airmiles offers - want to get started collecting new miles so will hopefully have enough to go on another trip ... in 6 years time again lol Had a fun time in New York, but am very happy to be home!
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Old 08-09-2017, 09:14 PM   #504
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More dancing dog gifs, as promised lol - the doggie act made the latest cut on yesterday's episode of America's Got Talent, so there should be more gifs to come too

Before going on my trip, asked Mat Sklansky if it'd be possible for me to get an edit button back to change all the photos in this thread so they show again - and he said he'd give me one back for a couple of hours! Am super happy about that, because sometimes will still actually scroll back and look at some of the info have collected about investing, since it's still been less than a year. And it's such an eyesore to have those Photobucket messages everywhere

Have started saving some of the photos back to my computer, but still have a bunch left to do - and then after that, will have to upload them all to a different site. Guess the transfer process is taking a while because there's over 600 photos to switch over? lol


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Hey Sam,

Good to see you had a fun time and made it back home safe n sound. Bummer about the rain and holiday traffic but seems you managed to fit quite a lot into your days there still.
I was a lil worried I had oversold it a bit with my posts before you went when you said you were worried you may not feel what others have whilst there. It's generally only after I give a strong opinion on something I think is cool that I remember not everyone likes the same stuff. My personal recommendation has led to calls of "you like that..?" on more than one occasion I must admit. I didn't think i could get it wrong with an entire city.
TBH Iv just always loved hip hop and graff/street art and NYC is the spiritual home of atleast one of these, so I was always drawn there. It's a place with such a high concentration of creativity in these areas, and my time was spent exploring the burroughs and little neighbourhoods just as much as the city centre. I'm sure most others have a different experience/reason for being there though, and just hope I didn't put any unnecessary pressure on you to 'feel something'.

Totally agree that no matter how great a trip is, it's always lovely to be back home and in familiar surrounds though. The local grass is still always the best.
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Old 08-10-2017, 01:53 AM   #506
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It's amazing how many rappers come from the NYC area - guess it's a big city, but surely growing up in a city that places a high value on the arts must have helped nurture all that talent?

There were some kids from the Harlem YMCA on our Statue of Liberty boat ride - guess during off-peak hours like in the morning, the boat company gives a certain amount of tickets to local organizations, so everybody has the chance to experience all of what NYC has to offer? Apparently the Broadway musical Hamilton has been doing that as well - it's probably better in the grand scheme of things that the future Jay-Z get to see Hamilton and be inspired by the story and the creativity, than have a tourist like me seeing the show, who can't even feel the NY vibe that everybody else does who comes to visit the city

You're definitely not the only one who feels a vibe while in New York - my friend and I were talking to a local while in line to buy half-price show tickets, and she mentioned the vibe more than once. We were in line for quite a while

It must be amazing to live close enough to go see half-price shows all the time - although living somewhere where there's lots of greenery and wide open spaces is pretty awesome as well

Will go out on a limb and make a travel recommendation of a place that maybe you might enjoy visiting - if you enjoy places where creativity is celebrated, maybe you'd enjoy Paris? Lots of amazing food, and art and beautiful architecture. Very far away though

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Old 08-10-2017, 05:45 PM   #507
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Hey, the Dirt Devil was able to pick up for a steal on Amazon Prime Day finally arrived!
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Just picked up this Dirt Devil stick vacuum with detachable hand vacuum for C$19.99 - am hoping the hand vacuum will be helpful in doing spot clean ups to the inside of my car?

It's a little steamy outside, but today should be a nice day to give it a try on the inside of my car - since coming home from my trip, seem to have developed a bit of a preoccupation with open space and freshness ... happiness is having a freshly vacuumed car
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This kitty went to a baseball game last night, and wound up bringing the team good luck!

Feeling a little beat Guess can work on copying the photos over from this thread on the couch? Hopefully won't fall asleep lol
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Old 08-11-2017, 12:21 AM   #509
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Gosh, kind of slow going with the photo transferring Was kind of hoping to have everything done by Sunday, but with +600 photos to copy/transfer/switch, maybe that timeline's a bit ambitious?

Will try to do a little more tomorrow

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Sort of may have mentioned to Mat Sklansky that my photos would be ready to go by Sunday afternoon - guess it'd be nice to stick to that time, in case he happened to remember me mentioning that?

Probably he doesn't care if it's this week or the next ... or whatever But still ... guess would like to stick to my word and be reliable and dependable, in case he would just like to get things done sooner rather than later? just in case ...


yawn!


Will work on things until bedtime, then hopefully will be able to finish the rest off by tomorrow morning?
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Old 08-12-2017, 01:33 AM   #511
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Well, guess there's also Sunday morning to work on things as well

Things are coming along - will pick things up again in the morning ...


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About 2/3 to 3/4 done - guess there's Sunday afternoon-ish available as well

Haven't been to the beaches area yet this Summer, because they had a jazz festival going on throughout July, and it gets really hard to find parking. Then they had a food truck festival, or something like that ... this week all they seem to have lined up is some sort of doggy meet and greet in the park - hopefully they haven't taken up all the parking spots?

There's a boardwalk, and some pretty shops a street up from the lake, so it's a nice area of the city to spend a weekend afternoon, catching up with friends


Hope everyone's having a nice weekend!
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Most of the time, things still seem to look better in real life than they do in my photos - but every once in a while the photos wind up looking better, not sure why

This is the big beach area, in the East end of the city - there's a nice bike trail in between the trees, but the pedestrian paths are maybe more pretty downtown, with a view of the island? For some reason my photos wound up turning out looking more like downtown ... the beach was actually pretty sparse today, because it rained for about an hour mid-afternoon ...



Just going to a friend's place for a little bbq - guess there may even be a little time later on to work on transferring more photos!
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While scrolling through my posts to copy all the photos, was finding some real gems about investing at the beginning of this thread. This thread used to have some decent content ... before it got overtaken by my amateur photography and salad bowls

Had made all these notes to myself to keep track of some of the other stocks that were doing quite well for a while, like Goldman Sachs - then totally forgot to keep track of those other stocks Guess there will be more time to take a look at some of those other things after all the photos have been fixed?


Look at this cute photo - it worked better on twitter, but it's still cute


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Hopefully there should be enough time to have everything done by tomorrow? Will do a little bit more before bedtime, and then will hopefully be able to finish the rest tomorrow morning?

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Will pick things up in the morning ...

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My usual Sunday morning ritual is to bring my morning fruit and coffee back to bed and laze around reading morning headlines on my iPad - oftentimes there'll be those week in pictures to scroll through from around the world, which are lovely to see? And it's a chance to catch up on all the important stuff that's happened over the past week as well ...

The caption here mentions that there was a lunar eclipse this past week - although there doesn't seem to be one happening in this particular pic lol? It's very pretty though There's supposed to be a solar eclipse happening in North America next Monday - but that's the one that can burn peoples' eyes ... so guess will just have to watch highlights on tv ...

Also, it looks like Bitcoin went on another wild ride this week?

One day, when am able to stop being the person that buys high and sells low, will have to give stuff like Bitcoin and gold another try ... such nice returns to be had for people who aren't fish like me


Okay, should get going and finish up my stuff now - it's my Dad's birthday tomorrow, and so we're starting the celebrations today!!
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Yay, we did it!!

Just have a couple more things to polish up - guess should be ready to go before letting Mat know everything's ready?


Hope everybody has a wonderful Sunday!
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You know what we didn't do while in NYC, was eat at any of those world-class restaurants - although there was the chance ...

One thing that's nice about top food is that restaurants are really good about making it accessible - like a lot of the world's top restaurants in NYC offer 3-course lunches for US$90. Guess that's a relatively affordable price for a world-class experience, if like the WSOP ME costs $10k, and a ticket to Hamilton can cost over $1k ... and even great seats to a sporting event can cost hundreds of dollars?

Funny thing about meals at the world's top restaurants though - they seem to serve a lot of seafood, but none of them seem to serve chicken? Here's a pic of what a lobster dish from Le Bernardin ...

Wonder if chicken is too 'solved' - because like all one has to do to eat a world class plate of chicken is head down the street to Swiss Chalet, and it can be had for $9.99 ... jk - sort of We're going there tomorrow for Dad's birthday dinner - yum


It's getting dark so early now - and in a couple of days the CNE will be starting already ... this year does look really good though


Haven't heard back from Mat yet, but don't mind at all because guess there's always one extra thing one can do to be just a little more organized. Must say, by organization with these +600 turned out to be quite a work of art - which maybe shows that if you put your mind to something, anything's possible, because am not the most organized person ...

May have also mentioned to Mat that fixing the photos would only take about 2hrs - hopefully will be able to get things done in the promised amount of time?
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If we were allowed to have more than one blog in this section, might have been tempted to start a new one with my fresh new Airmiles grind

Heading out to the store right now to pick up enough shampoo and laundry detergent to last the next couple of months




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Last night's Poker After Dark felt like kind of a bit of a sleepy episode - but there was one spot that sort of seemed maybe a bit different from the usual? This turn spot where JRB's double-barrel got raised by Roberts, and he called?




Back when was still learning to play, used to attend live training classes at Poker School Online, where a couple of the live trainers once held some classes on the special stuff to consider when playing +200bbs deep. And one of the tips they gave was that in addition set-mining, playing a lot of suited gappers and connectors can be more EV when playing deep-stacked - guess because the implied odds will be there to continue on the flop and turn, if the villain is someone who's likely to pay off a disguised straight if it hits on the river?

So like, guess they were saying that instead of JRB needing 32% odds to call the $29k on the turn while the pot's $90k, maybe he really only needs 14% if the pot will likely wind up being $216k on the river the times he hits the straight, or something like that? Does that sound like that could be right?


Never actually bothered to give playing deepstacked cash a try because was always worried that was more likely to be the person getting stacked, rather than the person doing the stacking - like it seemed more likely would wind up the stackee rather than the stacker?




Anyways, hopefully tonight's show's a little better than last night's?

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Never had the chance to describe the Broadway Musical we went to see in NYC - this one caught my friend's eye because the stars of the show are both two-time Tony Award winners, so they're supposed to be like the Meryl Streep of Broadway?

And the story sounded kind of neat for a musical! It was about two cosmetic entrepreneurs, Elisabeth Arden and Helena Rubenstein, and how they revolutionized the cosmetics and skincare industry - one relied on marketing and pretty pink packaging to grow sales, and the other used science and developed special formulas.


My night photography needs some work But here's a couple of photos ...



And here's some stills of the stars of the show, from the clip that was on youtube ...



The story was kind of neat because they started businesses way back in the 1920's - guess maybe in part by finding a niche where they could thrive, like selling women's products to other women?


Also stumbled upon this other story today, about a college student who borrowed some money from his parents to buy a franchise, and now he owns 3! What's great about this story is that they also included a story of two sisters who have also picked up a franchise, but their learning curve seems to have been much more of a struggle? Although they seem to be doing better now ...

Sometimes when things like starting a business seems like it would just be too hard, guess it can be neat to hear stories of people who did find it hard, but gave things a try anyways, and have managed to make things work?

Wonder if there's like a 2nl recreational level equivalent to starting a small business from home - something that would be fun and would offer a chance to learn new things, with little chance of financial ruin? It still seems like it'd be quite scary to try though


Anyways, the musical was great, even though it didn't have a ton of dancing. Maybe one of my favourite parts of the trip?

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So blah and rainy out today - just came home and crawled into my jammies

Guess the daily Usain Bolt challenge will have to wait - don't feel like trying to zip through anything right now, except my nap


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The nap turned out to be one of those ones where after waking up, was all groggy instead of refreshed - then wound up playing Pet Rescue on the couch, instead of going back to take a closer look at some of the more unusual spots on Poker After Dark this past week ...

Guess there should be time to look to see if there's any spots worth a second look on the weekend, since may not go to the Ex until next weekend?


The Summer Fair opens up tomorrow, and it runs for two weeks - they've got all the usual stuff they seem to have at these things ... like rides, shows, and lots of deep fried food?

It's a lot of local stuff, but walking around on a nice day is kind of fun way to enjoy the pretty weather with friends, before Fall hits and it starts to get colder again


There's even a temporary casino that gets set up with a little poker tournament - does this look like it might be any good?

(no mention of the structure anywhere online)


Going to turn in now
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