Oh ok. I’ve gone to Vegas twice, the first time I was very lucky. I played blackjack and I was winning right and left. I bought souvenirs for all my people and still brought home a lot of money. I said to myself, “wow this is easy” I went back a year later to the same place, the Luxor, sat down at a blackjack table, and in about 30 minutes I had lost half of the money I had won on my first trip.
I stopped playing, took a taxi back to the airport and came back home. Never went back. So as far as I’m concerned I’m quitting a winner.
I’m not sure what you mean by that, but I wouldn’t really mortgage anything to bet on anything, because I don’t gamble, but you are right, yes I’m not terribly attached to money: other things are more important.
I have a colleague who Constantly hires another colleague whom he detests, and when I asked why he Worked so much with this person he dislikes so much, he answered, “all I care about is money, and he helps me make money.”
What a sad and bitter man he is.
I love watching this guy's videos! He's so OCD, like me. Everything gets patted down neatly and perfect. But he's SO skillful that the bucket always looks like he's just patting it down by hand. So calming to me to watch.
In Latvia I think...