Is Online Gambling the New Trend?

Is Online Gambling the New Trend?

Online gambling is the new talk about the past 24 hours in different circles. When yesterday was about National Football League players possibly cheating, and today is about online gambling.

What do you know is going on here!

This has been nothing but a strange day and I’m pretty tired.

As stated before, the explosive sports cheating news has dominated today with the suspension of various stars, สล็อตเว็บตรงincluding four-time Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens defensive back Cary Williams, two-time Olympic gold medalist sprinter Justin Gatlin, former NFL starting cornerback Deion Sanders, and today’s shocking new report that NFL star running back Ray Rice, who is being investigated for alleged assault, may have already agreed to a deal to take a “time out” from the league. “Do we have a deal?” Rice said.

Ryan Seacrest and Kim Kardashian are heading to the airport now so he can arrive in Malibu, California to hold a hand and be shoulder to shoulder with his almost-ex Jackie. Kim and Ryan have been in Sydney on what is being reported to be a romantic, third wedding celebration, but that’s just a rumor.

Several former players reported as being involved in Sports gambling like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Charles Woodson and Chris Berman have denied that they bet on games. Back in 2005 a Sports Illustrated article reported that poker stars Jack and Chris Ferguson were “making plans” to make a film about gambling on football, and asked an A&E spokesman about it. “As of this week, A&E is in the very preliminary stages of planning ‘The Gambler’,” he said.

However, Blackjack comedian Joe “Pauly D” DePaolo on Friday made a shocking, a little too real, comment about how he wished nothing more than to get his hands on Derek Jeter, สล็อตเว็บตรงwho hasn’t been able to have a career in baseball since being riddled with a mysterious injury in 2014. DePaolo said, “If Jeter spent another day on earth, my first hole-in-one is guaranteed.”

Meanwhile, may San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and San Diego’s powerful Board of Supervisors (those same Supervisors who are all set to start taking applications for Congressional candidates and may run against the Congressman making a secret TV series in his own backyard) signed an agreement this week to host an NFL preseason game next year, first between San Diego’s Chargers and Indianapolis’s Colts in what would be the first regular-season NFL game in San Diego since 1999. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has begun flying out to California more and more to lecture San Diego officials on how it feels to hear of an NFL team to sign only to lose its team and how much money the NFL still makes in an average week.

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