Friday, March 11, 2011

The Honey Badger Doesn't Give A Shit

Long time since I last posted and sooo much has happened.


- Haven't played too much except for the monthly home games. I have been turning a profit, last month being the highest in recent memory with +$190. Have another home game coming up this Saturday actually.

- March 22nd 2010, my bday last year, is still the last time I played live poker in the casino. I'm back to that "is it fear or do you just not want to play?" thing again. It must be at least a tiny bit of fear since the last time I got up from a table I was -$700 after an hour... Ive been spending my time when I go playing PaiGow or Blackjack. For the year so far I'm -$50 with about 20+ hours of playing time.

-BBT6! Al posted a tweet earlier this week hinting at a 6th installation of every one's favorite online poker blogger series. I don't have anything on Full Tilt right now, but the official announcement may make me change my tune. Also might get me blogging a little more frequently.

Hopefully see you on the real or virtual tables soon!

P.S. If you want to laugh pretty hard check out the youtube video that the title of the post is paying homage to:


Matt said...

Best of luck dude. My HR opinion on this issue is this: start looking for a better company to work for. If you really have an interest in staying with the company, perhaps you use an offer from another company as leverage to get what you want, but the bottom line is that you're discouraged & disengaged and not really seeing how that's going to change in the near future. If they can't see that they're slowly forcing out an employee that they supposedly value, fuck them.

Abridged version: My HR opinion = fuck them, go somewhere else. :)

SirFWALGMan said...

gl man. I agree with Matt. Get a new job. It is pretty insulting to not only get told you were lied to but also get a bad review.

lightning36 said...

I do not know if finding another job is really an option for you depending upon the need for your skills and the current economy. However, I certainly learned long ago that no matter what, a job is just a job. Stay around long enough through enough management changes and sooner or later someone will screw with you. Right now, it looks like you are forced to eat the proverbial shit sandwich.

Best luck in deciding what to do with all this.