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Here is my small story about what hapen yesterday, August 31, 2010.

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  • maxinemagnic
    Hello Everybody. Today is September 1, 2010 and I have a SMALL STORY to tell about what happen Yesterday,August 31, 2010. OK! Do you have your ears on? I was
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 1, 2010
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      Hello Everybody.
      Today is September 1, 2010 and I have a SMALL STORY to tell about what happen Yesterday,August 31, 2010.

      OK! Do you have your ears on?

      I was up at Cripple Creek, Colorado over-night playing the slot machines. Now mine you I am not a heavy slot machine player, but here is how it was at this nickel 7-7-7 Hot Pepper machine.

      A plastic card was left by the machine by someone with the name, ROBERT FORD.
      So, I thought to myself, Maybe Bob Ford was raised from the dead and was playing here at Bronco Billy's while the moon was high over head.

      I left his card right there in plain sight just encase he would come back to get his card.

      After playing my $20.00 out, I moved on to find another slot machine that would maybe pay me back my $20.00.
      Across the way was one with the word TWINS in it. So since I am a father of twin girls, I began again to play my madness away.

      A lady set down at the 7-7-7-Hot Pepper and before she had played her second fifteen cents she had a great pay back, of which everybody was pleased.

      I picked up the ROBERT FORD plastic card and told the many players that Bob Ford was always more favorable to the ladies.

      There was a laughter abroad from all that knew about who I was talking about.

      I decided to turn his plastic card in at the cash in stand, but failed to do so.

      Here it is in my pocket when I got home.

      Anybody want a Bronco Billy's MVP CLUB plastic card with the name ROBERT FORD "Rookie" on it for a keepsake?????

      Bob James.
    • Fran Bolton
      Great Story Bob! If that was in the hands of someone with a sense of humor, it would be on Ebay tomorrow! I have been to Black Hawk CO casinos, outside of
      Message 2 of 2 , Sep 1, 2010
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        Great Story Bob!
        If that was in the hands of someone with a sense of humor, it would be on Ebay tomorrow!
        I have been to Black Hawk CO casinos, outside of Denver. A beautiful drive past Coors Brewery, winding up the mountain, with a bubbling creek making it's way down, beside the road.

        Fran


        --- In BloodyBillMysterySolvedGroup@yahoogroups.com, "maxinemagnic" <bobjames06@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hello Everybody.
        > Today is September 1, 2010 and I have a SMALL STORY to tell about what happen Yesterday,August 31, 2010.
        >
        > OK! Do you have your ears on?
        >
        > I was up at Cripple Creek, Colorado over-night playing the slot machines. Now mine you I am not a heavy slot machine player, but here is how it was at this nickel 7-7-7 Hot Pepper machine.
        >
        > A plastic card was left by the machine by someone with the name, ROBERT FORD.
        > So, I thought to myself, Maybe Bob Ford was raised from the dead and was playing here at Bronco Billy's while the moon was high over head.
        >
        > I left his card right there in plain sight just encase he would come back to get his card.
        >
        > After playing my $20.00 out, I moved on to find another slot machine that would maybe pay me back my $20.00.
        > Across the way was one with the word TWINS in it. So since I am a father of twin girls, I began again to play my madness away.
        >
        > A lady set down at the 7-7-7-Hot Pepper and before she had played her second fifteen cents she had a great pay back, of which everybody was pleased.
        >
        > I picked up the ROBERT FORD plastic card and told the many players that Bob Ford was always more favorable to the ladies.
        >
        > There was a laughter abroad from all that knew about who I was talking about.
        >
        > I decided to turn his plastic card in at the cash in stand, but failed to do so.
        >
        > Here it is in my pocket when I got home.
        >
        > Anybody want a Bronco Billy's MVP CLUB plastic card with the name ROBERT FORD "Rookie" on it for a keepsake?????
        >
        > Bob James.
        >
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