Casinos have changed my life A lot, in some ways good, others bad.
The art of advantage gambling has taken my mind and warped it into a non-emotional machine that feels nothign about random events, while most people sit eagerly and await their fate, my mind no longer shows that emotion and immediately accepts the outcome. The problem with this, is that it also applies to everyday events like getting a speeding ticket, or getting injured, my mind views it as the outcome of an unlikely event that was possible to occur when i entered the bet of "waking up this morning" Basically, I have become less emotional about many things.
The value of the dollar is sometimes warped far out of proportion, I find myself spending money on things that i really shouldnt be buying, maybe because i have the money, but my decision to purchase is greatly effected i feel by the fact that I always handle large amounts of cash.
I look down upon people that gamble unprofessionally, its somehow worked its way to the back of my head that when i see somebody playing a slot machine or beting on roullette, i look down on them as an inferior person.
They have made me into a better buisness person by being able to incorperate risk factors into purchase descisions and cost analisis.
They have spoiled my sense of taste through the comped meals that i get on a regular basis at incredibly primo restraunts.
They have provided me with substinance of food, money, clothing, shelter, entertainment, and booze for years.
I would assume i could get a job at any casino which is good.