No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

I wrote an article the other day.

Are You Scare to Gamble

I posted in on a Facebook page, I won't say which one, but one of the readers made a comment: 

''Petrified. FFS!''

I couldn't tell if the statement was being comedic, irritant, or whatever. To be honest, I didn't feel motivated to ask because, sadly, I often feel the more I interact with punters the more problems ensue. 

I'm sure a prostitute has exactly the same problem! 

Do you find people difficult to satisfy? 

As Judge Judy says: ''No good deed goes unpunished.'' 

How right she is. 

Anyway, I wasn't sure what the comment was all about and I wasn't going to waste my time investigating. In fact, I deleted the post because I didn't want to read any updates.  

But it got me thinking. 

I often criticise the none gambler. Not for the point, they don't gamble because I don't advise anyone bets for fun. However, this errant, to me, non-thinking comment, made me question how much do gamblers think about gambling. 

Because, in many respects, they are as naive as the nongambler. This is both sad and true as it details to me they haven't learned much at all. When they have had ample opportunity to detail a touch of wisdom. 

Clueless. 

The strange part is that ''these people'' don't understand why even with understanding, they should be scared of the gamble. 

Habituation has set in like rigor mortise. 

This is worrying. 

It is like the farmhand who's been working the same old machine and continues to his use hand instead of a lengthy piece of wood and one day it grabs his fist and to detail with shouts and screams and blood if not tears a lesson learned. 

So, to all your gamblers, never fall into the trap of thinking you know it all because one day you may learn a valuable lesson.

Good luck. 

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