New Kids on the Block has pretty much touring ever since they started, so it is no surprise that they still get recognized where ever they go. Recently the youngest member of NKOTB went to Target and a sharp eyed woman realized it was him. She called her BFFs, put on some makeup and chased him around the store. Eventually, her and her group of friends known as What’s Up Moms met up with him and showed him they have the right stuff. Thankfully, he has been through this before and handled it with class. At least as classy as he could.
You know McIntyre is so funny, someone should give him a sitcom. Oh wait Pop TV did, starting in April you can see him in Return of the Mac.
We know that Daniel Radcliffe is a magician, but turns out he might also be immortal like a Vampire. That’s because Graham Norton has been collecting photos of people that look like Harry Potter over the last few centuries to share on his BBC show, and the resemblance between all of them is too spot on. It’s like he is the one in all of those pictures. Although some where his alter ego Daniella, since during some of those time periods he had to be dressed like a woman so no one would realize that he never ages.
Yes, we saw him as a kid, but how do we know that wasn’t one of his many disguises to hide his identity? He hasn’t really aged that much since the movies came out. It has been 15 years and he still looks the same.
Therefore we can only assume that it is him in all of those photos and some day, soon he will have to take on a new name because people will become suspicious that he still looks like a kid even though he is 50. Basically, enjoy him while you can because the Daniel Radcliffe we know needs to become a new person soon so that he can continue to be immortal.
Besides finding who is what movie and television show and when it came out, people go to IMDB for the message boards. People get to reveal things about the cast, crew and the movies you might not have not known. That is all going to change because they are getting away with the feature completely on February 20th.
Here’s there explanation, “IMDb is the world’s most popular and authoritative source for movie, TV and celebrity content. As part of our ongoing effort to continually evaluate and enhance the customer experience on IMDb, we have decided to disable IMDb’s message boards on February 20, 2017. This includes the Private Message system. After in-depth discussion and examination, we have concluded that IMDb’s message boards are no longer providing a positive, useful experience for the vast majority of our more than 250 million monthly users worldwide. The decision to retire a long-standing feature was made only after careful consideration and was based on data and traffic.”
Freaking trolls everything. Where is Silent Bob when you need him?
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced yesterday that after 146 years the show won’t go on past May. They explained in the statement, “The decision to end the circus tours was made as a result of high costs coupled with a decline in ticket sales, making the circus an unsustainable business for the company. Following the transition of the elephants off the circus, the company saw a decline in ticket sales greater than could have been anticipated.”
I know people will hate me for saying this, but I am sad to see it go. I can still remember the fun time I had as a kid when my parents first took me to see it. I wasn’t even as old as all the fingers on my hand, but I can remember driving there with anticipation, watching the show with excitement and wanting to go see it again and again. I did. It brought a smile to my face and millions, probably billions, of other kids’ faces over the century and a half, and it is shame that future generations won’t be able to see it. Who doesn’t need a clown? Or several of them coming out of a tiny car every now and again? I know I do.
So thank you for the memories, sorry that babies around the US won’t be able to have the same ones.
Omaha Hi-Lo poker is a variant of the popular Omaha poker game. The difference between Omaha Hi-Lo and traditional Omaha poker is that the former splits the pot evenly between the lowest hand and the highest hand. If you're playing a game of Omaha Hi-Lo, and you have the lowest hand, you will win 50% of the pot. If you have the highest hand, you will win 50% of the pot. However, players who hold both the highest and the lowest hands will win the entire pot. Omaha Poker shot to popularity in 1939 when WWII broke out. It was popularized in Las Vegas back in 1982, but it took another 9 years before the game became a mainstream attraction at the WSOP (World Series of Poker).
Top Tips for Playing Omaha Hi-Lo Poker
Newbies should always remember that you count the low hand in Omaha Hi-Lo from the highest card downwards. If you're holding the following cards: Jack, Ace, King, 2 and 5, then your low hand is: Ace, King, Jack, 5 and 2. If your hand is made up of the following cards: 2, 9, 6, 4 and 3, then your low hand is: 9, 6, 4, 3, and 2. Comparing these hands, the second hand is the Omaha Lo winner. If players have the same high card in their low hand, then we need to take account of the other cards that make up the hand. The second card in each hand must be considered, since the lower-value card wins in Omaha Hi-Lo. If both players have the identical low hand, then the pot will be split 50/50 between them. In other words, the low hand winners will receive 25% of the total pot.
Players who already know the rules of games like Texas Hold'em are well positioned to play Omaha Hi-Lo poker. Remember that you will receive 4 hole cards, but only 2 can be used. The dealer will also deliver The Flop, Turn and River – the Community Cards. The most important thing to remember at this stage of the game is that you can use only 2 of your 4 hole cards along with any 3 community cards (Flop, Turn and River) to form the best Omaha Hi-Lo hand.
Ante Up for Omaha Hi-Lo Poker Games
Once the dealer has been designated, the positions of other players relative to the dealer are evident. These include the Small Blind and the Big Blind. These mandatory bets are required for all players in the hand. The Big Blind is twice the value of the Small Blind. Once the blinds have been posted, each player will receive 4 cards face down. These are known as the hole cards. The dealer always acts last in games of Omaha Hi-Lo. The dealer position is regarded as the best position in a game of poker, given that the dealer gets to see exactly what every other player is doing before acting.
This is where things like poker psychology, bluffing and strategy come into play. However, the dealer position rotates around the table after each hand of play. Therefore, every player at a table gets to enjoy this prime position. Once the Small Blinds and the Big Blinds have been posted, 4 facedown hole cards will be dealt. Players will then act by calling, raising, or holding and checking. Once the betting round is over, the first 3 community cards will be dealt. This is known as The Flop. Players then act, and the betting round will end. The next community card, The Turn, is the fourth community card. Another round of betting will follow this. The fifth and final card is The River. At the end of the betting round, The Showdown ensues. The best low hand will win 50% of the pot, and the highest-ranking high hand will win 50% of the pot.