Happy Birthday Spearmaster!!

Pinababy69

RIP Lisa
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Just happened to glance down and see that today is your birthday. I hope it is a good one for you. Maybe the gambling gods will smile on you and you'll win a jackpot!! Have a great day. :)
 

Simmo!

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Hmmm - happy birthday Spear...i beat you by a whole 4 days :D Though you're probably beating me by a whole 4 years - or else you've had a hard life ;)
 

Casinomeister

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I moved this to a more heavily trafficked forum because this dude deserves acknowledgement to have a happy day!!

Happy birthday buddy!! :thumbsup:

:cheers:
 

Casinomeister

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Simmo! said:
Hmmm - happy birthday Spear...i beat you by a whole 4 days :D Though you're probably beating me by a whole 4 years - or else you've had a hard life ;)

Hey! Happy birthday to you too!! (belated)

:cheers:
 

Pinababy69

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Casinomeister said:
I moved this to a more heavily trafficked forum because this dude deserves acknowledgement to have a happy day!!

Happy birthday buddy!! :thumbsup:

:cheers:

Thanks CM!! Yes Spearmaster, I originally had you stuck down there in Wild Cards, lol. Wasn't sure where to put it.

And Simmo!!! Happy birthday to you too!! Two Pisces boys working here.


Pisceans possess a gentle, patient, malleable nature. They have many generous qualities and are friendly, good natured, kind and compassionate, sensitive to the feelings of those around them, and respond with the utmost sympathy and tact to any suffering they encounter. They are deservedly popular with all kinds of people, partly because their easygoing, affectionate, submissive natures offer no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters. They accept the people around them and the circumstances in which they find themselves rather than trying to adapt them to suit themselves. They are more readily concerned with the problems of others than with their own.

Pretty good qualities for a job at Casinomeister, lol.
 

Casinomeister

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...easygoing, affectionate, submissive natures offer no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters...
Hey Spear! Are you sure it's your birthday?? :lolup:
 

spearmaster

RIP Ted
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Damn, I can't hide away from anything these days! :D

Thank you everyone, your thoughts are always appreciated. Need a bit of cheer today and it's been coming in truckloads...

Gambling gods haven't smiled on me yet - got $150 from All Slots, which almost made it to my cashout level but then the gambling gods must have turned their attention to something else because it went right back down the tubes.

Other casinos offered me best wishes but no cash... LOL... day's not out yet so we'll see what happens.

To my many friends in here, thanks again.

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...easygoing, affectionate, submissive natures offer no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters...

Hey Spear! Are you sure it's your birthday??

Perhaps I forgot to mention that in the Chinese calendar, I am a double dragon... sometimes called a gold or steel dragon... so Pisces "offers no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters..." :D
 
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schankwart

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Happy birthday, Ted! :) Me hopes the upcoming year is going to bring you plents of luck, happiness and mostly important, health!

I would like to take this opportunity to publically thank you for being a great person that I have always enjoyed around this gambling scene very much!
Schanky highly values your opinions about issues in this industry!

All the best to you...!
 

johnsteed

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Bartender, give me a "Double"... "Sure thing ACE"...

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Spearmaster

Perhaps I forgot to mention that in the Chinese calendar, I am a double dragon... sometimes called a gold or steel dragon... so Pisces "offers no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters..."


Then, in honour of your birthday by way of the Chinese calender, here's my B-Day gift to you...

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And, my ode to the "MASTER" of "SPACE ACE".

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Doesn't that bring back memories? ;) And you don't have to pay .50 cents this time. :D


Steed


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Pinababy69

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I knew I should have brought him some dancing girls....JohnSteed, you are the best!! I read yours and Spear's post in the other thread about the video games...how nice you went and dug up the images. :thumbsup:
 

Mousey

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Happy Birthday Spearmaster!

And a belated Happy B'day to you, too, Simmo.

Hope the casinos remembered and are generous.
:thumbsup:
 

chuchu59

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Happy birthday, Spear. How about trying Oriental Fortune or Chinese Kitchen slots then. Good luck!
 

spearmaster

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Yeah, I knew that Double Dragon game... LOL...

(psst... it was Dragon's Lair... Space Ace was the sequel which unfortunately bombed! :) )

Chuchu - I haven't played any Playtechs for ages - though I used to think Chinese Kitchen was kind of interesting.

Maybe Harvey will spring for dinner... :D
 

johnsteed

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Spearmaster

(psst... it was Dragon's Lair... Space Ace was the sequel which unfortunately bombed! )

:oops:


Gift returned, and voila!!!

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One of the first "laserdisk arcade games", and to which the legendary Spearmaster would reign supreme.

History of the "Dragon's Lair" excerpt...

Dragon's Lair also makes the biggest inroads into popular culture since the Pac-Man bonanza. Lunch boxes, board games, books, trading cards, and a moat-load of other merchandise hits the streets. Perhaps best cementing its status as an early 80's icon, ABC's cheese-fest human interest show "That's Incredible!" features Dragon's Lair in an on-air contest between champion players. It makes another TV appearance as a permanent prop on NBC's popular sitcom "Silver Spoons", debuting in September 1983.

I wonder who those wonderful "champion players" that they mentioned were... Hmmm...


Steed

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caruso

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spearmaster said:
Other casinos offered me best wishes but no cash... LOL...

Sucks, dunnit?

Not had too much in that department for a long time now myself.
 

jetset

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Happy birthday Ted and Simmo...and many more, especially around here at Casinomeister.
 

spearmaster

RIP Ted
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johnsteed said:
Dragon's Lair also makes the biggest inroads into popular culture since the Pac-Man bonanza. Lunch boxes, board games, books, trading cards, and a moat-load of other merchandise hits the streets. Perhaps best cementing its status as an early 80's icon, ABC's cheese-fest human interest show "That's Incredible!" features Dragon's Lair in an on-air contest between champion players. It makes another TV appearance as a permanent prop on NBC's popular sitcom "Silver Spoons", debuting in September 1983.

That would be me, except

* I was not a champion player
* The US champ - a girl from Colorado - was so flustered that I ended up demonstrating about 90% of the game :)

Really sucked because they flew her out to Hollywood with a friend, and had a limo chauffeuring her all over the place. I got paid the whopping sum of $50 :)

BTW, the That's Incredible show was Thanksgiving 1983.
 

spearmaster

RIP Ted
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Well, Harvey did indeed take me out to lunch - and then stuck me with a huge bill... LOL...

But da man took pity on me and Loaded me up at 32Red, and I also took a ride on the Wheel of Wealth at All Slots. And the nice people at Trident gave me a birthday bonus as well but Harvey was there too... LOL...

Thanks again, everyone. Been a mostly quiet but good day!
 

Simmo!

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spearmaster said:
Been a mostly quiet but good day!

Thats what all the old ppl say ;) Remember when it used to be party party....:D

On the subject of anniversaries, tomorrow (or today for some!) marks a year since the "most users were ever online" on the CM forum. Wonder what the killer thread was? Spear's last birthday? :D
 

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