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Check to make sure you have downloaded the Pokerstars.com version and not the Pokerstars.net version. If you have the Pokerstars.net version of the software, it only uses play money and has limited features. Download the Pokerstars.com version, and then go to Requests-> Find a Tournament and put in the number
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Never mind; I figured it out
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I can't find the tourney either; I've tried searching by number and by name. Any suggestions?
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I, too, and to look it up via Google and Wikipedia. Now that I understand it, I'm quite amused :)
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2008 on the loneliest number at WWdN: In Exile
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I, too, and to look it up via Google and Wikipedia. Now that I understand it, I'm quite amused :)
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2008 on the loneliest number at WWdN: In Exile
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Justin, thanks for the link. I'm just astounded that we're actually moving backwards in the fight against this disease. With all of the research out there, it's amazing how many people are uneducated about how to prevent the spread of AIDS. I grew up in a conservative town in South Carolina, but I have to admit that our sex education program was thorough and extensive, covering all the bases. I think the main problem is that many of the people (especially those in Africa and some of the other poorer nations) don't have the ability to hear those lectures or read those text books. I think Joe's program is a really good idea. The only real way to stop AIDS is to stop the ignorance.
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2006 on It's World AIDS Day at WWdN: In Exile
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Justin, thanks for the link. I'm just astounded that we're actually moving backwards in the fight against this disease. With all of the research out there, it's amazing how many people are uneducated about how to prevent the spread of AIDS. I grew up in a conservative town in South Carolina, but I have to admit that our sex education program was thorough and extensive, covering all the bases. I think the main problem is that many of the people (especially those in Africa and some of the other poorer nations) don't have the ability to hear those lectures or read those text books. I think Joe's program is a really good idea. The only real way to stop AIDS is to stop the ignorance.
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2006 on It's World AIDS Day at WWdN: In Exile
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Oh No! Save the kitties!!! *crosses fingers* Good luck. i'm rooting for you
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Oh No! Save the kitties!!! *crosses fingers* Good luck. i'm rooting for you
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R. Craig Harman: Your theory about Don Knotts being left out of the montage would make sense (Must have died in 2005- Cut off for inclusion is Dec. 31) except the tribute included Shelley Winters and Chris Penn. Both of whom died in 2006. I can only assume that Don Knotts simply passed away after the deadline occured (whenever that may be) and we can only hope that he is included in next year's telecast.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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R. Craig Harman: Your theory about Don Knotts being left out of the montage would make sense (Must have died in 2005- Cut off for inclusion is Dec. 31) except the tribute included Shelley Winters and Chris Penn. Both of whom died in 2006. I can only assume that Don Knotts simply passed away after the deadline occured (whenever that may be) and we can only hope that he is included in next year's telecast.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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I meant I agree with your comments about them cutting off the winners. Not that I agree with the act of cutting people off. I really should preview before I post. Sorry for confusion :P
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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I meant I agree with your comments about them cutting off the winners. Not that I agree with the act of cutting people off. I really should preview before I post. Sorry for confusion :P
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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I 100% agree with them cutting people off during their speeches. They did it to Paul Haggis not once, but twice. They cut him off during the Best Original Screenplay speech, and if that wasn't enough, they had the audacity to do it to him again when he wins what could arguably be called the biggest award of his life. Overall Oscar Telecast: A Jon Stewart as Host: A+ ABC productions (manners and class) D- I'm glad someone else noticed how rude the network was being. Lets hope it's better next year.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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I 100% agree with them cutting people off during their speeches. They did it to Paul Haggis not once, but twice. They cut him off during the Best Original Screenplay speech, and if that wasn't enough, they had the audacity to do it to him again when he wins what could arguably be called the biggest award of his life. Overall Oscar Telecast: A Jon Stewart as Host: A+ ABC productions (manners and class) D- I'm glad someone else noticed how rude the network was being. Lets hope it's better next year.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2006 on a few thoughts on the oscars at WWdN: In Exile
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