Donna Lynch 
Member since Jul 8, 2013


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Re: “Sleazy money

one other thing to ponder - they can monitor to punish the addict into associating pain rather than pleasure to these machines- well they could have used that same monitoring to save a persons life. The shotgun didn't have to go in their mouth after all - the "game" simply could have been more generous - and left up to the individual to deal with themselves.

Posted by Donna Lynch on 07/08/2013 at 4:01 PM

Re: “Sleazy money

The new "card tracking device" - to access these cards one must press an "agree" button - these cards were put in place to limit liability and to prevent a huge law suit not to help the gambler as they claim. The machines were always from day one a survelliance system that tracked and manipulated the player. The province was obviously advised that the monitoring is a sickening violation of a person's privacy - hence the reason for the cards. It has nothing to do with helping the addict. If they wanted to help the addict or even themselves they can start by being more generous. Set a cap on your revenues - people do not need a government monitoring their behavoir - give back a little and you will see less traumatized people - who in turn will have clearer minds, a regained trust in their government (because at this point - intuitively one knows what the programming is all about - and it is vile - very vile) and regained strength to deal with their addiction. 3/4 of the reason the addiction is there is the designed manipulation to not give the user what they need emotionally so the user pays higher and higher prices - the monitoring can demand those prices to reach unreasonable levels. It is disgusting - but our government is doing it. And this "choice" sillyness - it is like a rapist claiming she wanted it. It is just that vile.

Posted by Donna Lynch on 07/08/2013 at 3:18 PM

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