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Friday, October 9, 2009

Beat the Bank

Posted on Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 2:58 PM

I give up! All year long, I wake each morning to the music on this rock station. And, every so often, I call in when they have their contest to beat the bank. Only, I can't through. Why? Because all the blue-haired, shaky-voiced, about-to-have-a-coronary seniors who turn to this station to grab the money and run back to their oldies and country stations are jamming the lines. For what? To chicken out at $200 or $300 so they can pay their way into bingo for a few nights. GET OFF THE LINE! Let the actual listeners have a shot at the BIG money. I am young. I am fearless. It is ALL or nothing for me. Let me though! I want to go to a balmy island, or buy bad ass car, or hit Vegas! Stop blocking this loyal listener's chance to score the Mega money! Just listening to you as each $20 vault opens is driving me NUTS! " Oooooh,...I don't know...$20 more than last time...my neighbour says take it...but me and my cat decided $400 or bust...maybe one more...oh, what ever shall I do?"
You should either GET SOME BALLS AND OPEN EVERY SINGLE VAULT UNTIL YOU GOT SOME REAL MONEY! OR YOU SHOULD GET OFF THE FRIGGING LINE AND LET ME AT IT!
DAMN!
---Not a penny-counter

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