Defending Your Blinds

by , Apr 26, 2007 | 6:56 am

I’ve been called away on a poker emergency … am skipping town in a few hours.

OK, I’ll be honest, I have no idea how I can connect the following video to poker, but there’s definitely quasi-possibly some sort of relation, and it would be a shame if you didn’t see our friends in Japan preparing themselves to handle American crime:

Also not related, European betting lines on the existence of extraterrestrial life just experienced a pretty dramatic shift.


12 Comments to “Defending Your Blinds”


  1. jackie trehorn
    says:

    You call that a knife?!


  2. Ed
    says:

    I ran across this a few weeks ago. May I ask how YOU ran across it? 🙂

    Ed


  3. Fawcett
    says:

    The one in the green is Sang’s estranged sister. The lyrics are taken from her journal growing up.


  4. Donkey Bomber
    says:

    Finally, the high quality poker content we expect from Pokerati.

    This beats hearing about Dan starting with 48 off and bitching about a bad beat. At least these women have a legitimate bad beat to complain about.

    Dan, you might want to help them create the video for the possibility of being raped by a gay guy.

    “I was raped by a gay guy who has an Asian man as his roommate” wash rinse repeat.


  5. Ed
    says:

    With Sang doing some weird arobics dance while chanting “Take anything you want.”

    Ed


  6. Fresh Princess
    says:

    Was it me or did the guy with the knife look like George Costanza?

    That was really bad but seriously hard to turn away from. It also reminded me of that showtime aerobics show.


  7. Fresh Princess
    says:

    Furthermore, I can’t believe you left town on that note! So, profound.


  8. Ed
    says:

    What is leaving town like? Best I have done in the past 5 years or so is go to Shreveport or Durant. Weee!

    Ed


  9. DanM
    says:

    I can’t believe I actually made my flight.


  10. DanM
    says:

    And by the way, Fawcett, glad to see you can tell the difference between Japanese and Korean. All gooks look the same, no? Go Aggies!

    (And I can say the word “gook” because — I bet most of you didn’t know this — in Korean the word means “people.”)


  11. Karridy
    says:

    …And in Nigeria?


  12. DanM
    says:

    There people are called “round-eyes.”