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Gambling addiction gnome book

Postby Tojarn В» 15.06.2019

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By Lou 'Gnome' Levite. Have you ever wondered why Donald Trump keeps saying everything is rigged? Well, that's because he knows how to rig things; some of which were his casinos. Have you ever wondered if he was a Mafia capo? This riveting tell-all follows the book's author, from infancy to young adulthood, as he tries to figure out the reality around him.

While attending college, eight miles west of Las Vegas east Atlantic City, New Jersey , at the age of 19, our protagonist signs up to be a casino craps dealer to make extra spending money on the weekends, only to find out that the games are fixed like a Boardwalk carnival game and he is working for the Mafia.

From to , Lou Levite, Jr. He describes in detail, working in the business, recalling the gamblers, the celebrities dealt to, how the games are rigged, and how the employees were expected to act. Lou runs into legal problems with his daughter's mother, Mary, an ex-Caesar's craps dealer who at the time is working for a lawyer who was the son of the well-known Atlantic City mafioso member Paul 'Skinny' D'Amato.

She uses her connections to get rid of Lou, but he's not going willingly. Add to that the many years working in the casino industry, and he is taken to attempt suicide. After yelling at his family from behind a locked door one morning about how sick and tired he is of stepping on buttons and hitting switches to steal from people to make Donald Trump look like a hero when he is nothing but a mafia crook, his door is kicked in by two police officers who bring him to the nut ward to silence him.

After two weeks, Lou is released from the hospital, where he turns to extortion against Mary to make his life brighter. It works, but only lasts a year and Mary goes back to trying to get rid of Lou. He later meets Frank, a man dating his mother boasts that he's been twice arrested for murder and that he used to run the Trump Castle casino, was a good friend of Ivana Trump's, and to have been Donald Trump's roommate at the Wharton School of Business. Frank offers to help him out of his predicament, but by then it is too late.

After feeling cornered and about to be killed by the Mafia, Lou leaves his family and friends behind, going underground in the hopes of surviving this contract he believes Donald Trump has a hand in. Is Donald Trump a Mafia Don? But Lou is only alive today to tell this unbelievable story because he changed his name and spent many years in hiding. An interesting read as you watch this young man plan for and make his escape from Donald Trump and the Mafia in a world before computers, the Internet or cell phones.

With that, I shall begin. When I was three or four, our black and white television was showing reports about a war that was happening.

My mother would tell me that even though it involved our country it was taking place very far away. She said my father almost had to go and that was why they got married sooner than planned.

When I asked her if I had to go she said she hoped not. You don't have to go until your eighteen, she would say. Mom assured me that it would be a long time before I was that age and the war should be over by then. I sure feel sorry for the twelve-year-olds who were told that in I thought to myself, how far away could fourteen or fifteen years be?

The time and memory span of my life was so short that it was almost instantaneous. I could be eighteen any week and did not want to get involved with anything like that.

Periodically, I would stand on my front yard, look at the sun, and ask God I guess , how soon I would be eighteen and if I would have to go to war when I was, or would it be over by then. My mom had always taught me to be nice to everyone. But I often thought that this was the way of the world and I would have to go someday.

I would ponder whether or not this was okay since it seemed to be the norm of society—the one I knew to be both enjoyable in play and potentially evil at the age of eighteen. Santa Clause was a big hit with me. A man who had flying reindeer and gave away presents to all us kids. What a magical man. What a magical place. With so many magical things in this world, how could there be such an event as war? And, why did Santa only bring toys to us kids and not to the adults?

They never sat on his lap. Was it because they fought wars? How very interesting the world seemed through the eyes of a young child; the normal world for any inquisitive child in their time. Back then, playing was the only order of the day and life was a pretty easy thing. That was until you got to be eighteen.

God was well known to me in those days; another magical entity in life. How inferior I felt next to Him. We went to church every Sunday where I was informed about the existence of heaven and hell. That was an interesting concept. When did I get to go to heaven and would I be able to go if I killed anyone in the war? I could never decide whether or not war was a normal function of life we all had to face. If it was normal and God allowed it to happen, was it then okay to do and was it expected of us from God?

After all, this was His planet. And what about the Ten Commandments and thou shalt not kill? Oh, the confusion. I didn't hear much more about the war during the seventies. Life was easy, play was fun, and school began to drag. Thank God for the summer vacation. Growing went on in two large Philadelphia suburbs of New Jersey. I played T-ball, little league, street hockey league, and Pop Warner football. We continued going to church and I was learning much more about Jesus Christ. Living next door to us was a Jewish family.

I didn't realize how different they were until Christmas time when I learned they were not getting a tree or presents from Santa. My mom explained it to me saying it was because we believed in Jesus Christ and they did not. I would think, why would Santa hold that against them? What if they were right and we were wrong? I had always been told the stories about Him and truly believed I was not being led astray. Why would my parents do that? Later, a friend who lived across the street told me there was no such thing as Santa Clause after I showed him what he had given me one Christmas.

He stated that his mom even told him that and he thought it was funny that I actually believed in such things as flying reindeer and giant bunnies. I knew there to be a Santa. I knew it. When I was five or six years old my parents accidentally left our tape recorder on and we taped Santa giving orders to Rudolph to send the presents down our chimney.

It made both my sister and I very excited. I relayed this information to my friend, but he just said I was being fooled. I had to confront my mom with this new information. Mom was quick to defend Santa. She came up with all kinds of excuses. It was either my friend was a liar, or Santa probably did not stop at his house because he was a bad kid or because he no longer believed in him.

You had to believe, she would say. After constant nagging, she finally told me. What a shock! How messed up! I had always trusted adults enough to believe what they told me. And it was not just my parents—all the adults went out of their way to lie about this. It was like learning about the biggest kept secret in the world. A world now made different through the admittance of fraud. Why would they do this? She said it really did happen long ago and they were carrying on the tradition of old Saint Nick.

Yeah, right. What else was not true? My world had changed. There was no magic, only lying grown-ups. How could I ever trust another adult again? They controlled children and waged wars. What was going on around us kids?

Didn't the adults understand how we felt? What was this world I finally found myself in?

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Postby Mobar В» 15.06.2019

I never liked dishonest people. I would think, why would Santa hold that against them? I was proofed for I.

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Postby Vigul В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Zulukazahn В» 15.06.2019

It was either my friend was a liar, or Santa probably did not stop addlction his house because he was source bad kid or because he no longer believed in him. Seconds later, we heard a cheer come from the slot area. Guido bet for the dealers and himself almost every roll.

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Postby Grogami В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Kazit В» 15.06.2019

I was only allowed to pay the crew leaders. Frank offers to help him out of his predicament, but by then it is too late. Guido told us that dealers hated to start working if they were just standing around and he was probably mad that we made him work. There was no magic, only lying grown-ups. He called me into his room to tell me about it and to see if I wanted in.

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Postby Moogulabar В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Moogurg В» 15.06.2019

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Postby JoJojind В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Tarr В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Kajirr В» 15.06.2019

We walked around and looked for a five-dollar table. Guido found out that general admission to the show was only four dollars and still on sale. He always talked about what it meant to be a member. You lost the eighty you won plus another forty, I asked.

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Postby Faumi В» 15.06.2019

After losing all his money he finally walked away. Why would they do this? If I had known that, I would have never left the dress factory that summer.

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Postby Mogul В» 15.06.2019

Lou runs into legal problems with his daughter's mother, Mary, an ex-Caesar's craps dealer who at the time is working for a lawyer who was the son of the well-known Atlantic City mafioso member Paul 'Skinny' D'Amato. You guys want to go this web page, asked Guido with a smirk on his face. Tink, the nickname of the other guy with us, and I, did like he said. He asked if I wanted gabmling go.

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Postby Akinonris В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Brarr В» 15.06.2019

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Postby Kigrel В» 15.06.2019

Everyone was praising President Nixon for stopping it. Every time I win, he will lose. Plus, rich kids suck. I was able to bullshit my way in by leading them to believe that the improvement in my grades my senior year was attributed to the business field and my marks would be the same if I studied business at their school.

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