Foxwoods Restaurants and Casino Dining Guide

Man Allegedly Stalked, Robbed at Rhode Island's Twin River Casino

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What's Happening in CT 3/4 - 3/8

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020:

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Find more things to do in CT here!
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What's Happening in CT 10/17 - 10/20

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How about check out a newly released movie this weekend!
You can also check this link out for a ton more events all around CT!
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My first time in Connecticut and the United States

Hi, I'm an exchange student. I will travel with 3 more students to work at Foxwoods Casino for 3 months from December to March for a Work and Travel program. We are looking for an affordable, place near the destination to stay. I hope you can help us or have someone else's contact. We would very much appreciate your help.
It would also be helpful if you have recommendations on anything, transportation, tourist places, restaurants, nearby places that we should visit, cheap places, events that we should participate anyway between this holidays. All mainly in the state of Connecticut. I very much appreciate your advice. And as I told you, it is my first time in the United States, I am a little nervous but at the same time excited to know such a beautiful place. As I have noticed people always try to help you.
Thanks for your help, and I'm sorry if my English is not very good
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Red Sox Winter Weekend/MGM activities

So the Sox Winter Weekend has been moved to the MGM rather than Foxwoods this year and I am a little worried that it is just too small to accommodate all the people.
I feel like I will be spending some time out of the casino just to get away. What are some good restaurants and nightlife stuff to do in that area? Staying at the Tower Square Hotel. In late 20's, like drinking and pretty much any food.
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best buffet at either casino (entertaining out of towners)

I have never eaten in either casino. Not even a gambler. I have 2 contractors who want to check out the casino tomorrow night. I was told to take them out for a meal before they cut loose - they want to see what an amazing casino buffet is all about (apparently someone told them this is a thing?)
SO - Which casino has a really cool buffet? Thanks in advance
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ELI5: Mohegan Sun

Never been, no desire to gamble, do I need to pay an admission price to enter? What if I just want to visit some of the shops/restaurants?
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What's Happening in CT 12/13 - 12/15

Friday, December 13th 2019:

Saturday, December 14th, 2019:

Sunday, December 15th, 2019:

Miss America 2020, December 15 - 19 The competition follows 51 compelling candidates as they compete for life-changing scholarships to be used to continue their efforts towards community service and education. The show will continue to highlight a diverse group of young students and professionals who are advancing the message of female strength, independence, and empowerment through their efforts in the areas of scholarship, talent and social impact. The Miss America Organization has ushered in a new era of progressiveness and inclusiveness, led by an all-female leadership team. Times vary, $75-$100 Mohegan Sun, 1 Mohegan Sun Blvd. Uncasville, CT

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Dreaming about Norwich...01/15/2020

Last night I dreamt about Norwich, CT. The place and town that I still call home. Very small town with nothing but fast food restaurants, gas stations and graveyards. A little down the ways there are some casinos. A place my grandmother use to always love going to. MGM grand, Foxwoods, or Mohegun Sun.
Money was an object growing up and sort of still is. Having to chase after an idea that I can fall in love and be happily ever after is starting to sound like a fairy tale. I say this because when I use to live in Norwich. My favorite place was and still is the cemetary. Feeling rejected, outcasted and unseen and unheard.
The only way that I could survive and not have to consider suicide or something worse to get high on life. I remember you and I use to go into the woods and essentially get lost for hours. We would make love and see new places together. How we ended up so distant from each other. I have no idea. But, I realized that I unintentionally caused others pain.
I dont know maybe my mind is wired differently than everyone elses. I've always seen things that weren't supposed to be there or drempt of supernatural unexplained happenings. I've also drempt about taking your hand and running away with you. But, running was the easy part.
My escape and my ticket was the Marines. I joined the delayed entry program at 17 and ran away. Before not knowing my girlfriend at the time got pregnant. During bootcamp leave, we got married at Groton Subbase Chapel. Your father couldnt be there. But, i would say this was the closest thing that I had to an actual wedding. My dad was there. Mom and John. But, your father couldnt make it because he was working.
Anyhow, a little insight to show you how I am feeling right now. I feel like my subconscious is running wild. I grew up to know a love when she fell head over heels for me. Still fudged it up by running away. I fell in love again, got married and sure enough she got pregnant. I was living in El Cajon at the time and saw a pregnancy test sitting on top of my cloths basket. There was a word that I recognized before sitting on the screen of the digital stick. I cried for joy and ran and hugged you. I knew that God gave me a second chance at happiness. Yet again. I ran away.
I fell in love a third time. But, with someone who is hard to grasp onto. Someone who travels all the time and never stays still. Yet, I know she longs to stay still eventually. Getting off that bus was and still is the hardest thing that I had to do. Metoproically speaking of course with my third love. This one my mind menophested this love and set a blind fold over my eyes. I was trying to Runaway again. So, use to being caught up in other peoples b.s. I cant even call my own.
It's been a long time and I cant even remember what it feels like. To be actually in love. I have been misused and abused, neglected for so long. My feeling of love has sort of blended out to be liked to be pushed around. Caught in a chemical romance.
There was a time where I would go to a place called the "Old times" Resturant. My dad use to take me there with my brother and I remember smelling the warm fresh jelly and toasted bread. I remember hearing the sizzling of the bacon as it came out. Never in my life have I missed a feeling like this for a long time. It's not about other people. Its about sharing those moments together. Unconditionally and romantically living in each moment. Never missing a detail.
Okay, maybe I overstepped my bounds a little bit. If things happen for a reason. Then they do. I realize that I am not in control nor am I here to try to be in the spotlight. I also realize I cant control other people. I think this is one thing about me is enjoying being under "mothers spell". I feel safe. I feel content and I feel wanted.
But, reality is screaming at me saying she is using you. Maybe that's true maybe its not. Maybe, it was all just my imagination. Allow me to be your mental patient. Allow me to be the person that you can blame when things get too hard. Allow me to be the one who can hold you as you are holding me and telling each other that "I've misses you".
How can we be so far gone? I reminisce about my past between events that are stuck in my memory like gorilla glue. It doesn't matter if you are 5 minutes away or 200 miles away from me. You are always close by but never too far gone. I can't make heads or tails on why we do the things we do. That's what makes us human, I guess.
Reluctant and not willing to answer my questions. Although I ask the same question a thousand times. Of course it will remain the same until you can show me that I am the one for ask me to show you love and support. While I am caught up in jealousies rage.
It makes me feel safe when I am hoping and praying that you arent with someone right now. It makes me feel useless when I hear another mans voice in the background. It hurts my pride when I dont get any answer.
I pour myself out and telling you that I dont have anything to hide. This is just how I am wierd. I ask you a thousand times because trust has been long gone. I ponder whether If you are being faithful or not. It's hard to keep to myself when everyone is asking how we wre doing. My response is "Not too well". Sometimes, I just say good just to get these people off my back.
Sometimes, I want to end It all. Not talking about us or our relationship. Sometimes, I just want one thing and thats you to myself. But, none of these things get me you. All these thoughts get me are depression, death or destruction. When all I want is to be happy. Of course we all want that. But, why is it so hard for people like us to stay together? Why is it so easy for two individuals to fall apart? Because we allow these things into our lives. Letting the exterior define our interior.
Throwing other people into the mess isnt good. And, its not fair to those people. That we call "friends". I know for me I haven't been with anyone else. I promise you that. Whenever I try to get close to someone else. You draw me back in like a fish out of water.
I drew a circle around me. i got on my knees and I begged for forgiveness. As my first born played in the drive way with chalk. I had an opportunity to speak to God. He told me draw three things in your life that witcher brings you joy, or love or happiness. So, I drew three smiley faces.
Is this all a game? Or is this a symbolic release in order to get away from the system?
In this space no one else can fit inside it but me. It's my safe place. "You tell me that it's over, when its only just begun..."
I can't explain why I feel the way I do because all I know what my main goal is to be married, happily and not have to freaking worry about another man ruining what we have. But, I realize that i am the one with the problem and the other guy is just picking up the pieces.
You are right. You deserve love and happiness. But, what you realize is that i am waiting for you. Yet you dont show up because my lack of shown interest. My jealousy has most likely blinded me. But, it's also your neglect to know where I am coming from.
Imagine me having girls over. Imagine me being on the phone with you. Girls laughing in the background and used the excuse that these girls are my dogs caretaker while I am out of the house. Which isnt really happening btw. But, I think if you cared enough. You would want to know what i am up to or you show some interest in my well being.
I know everything isnt about me. You are 100% correct. Everything isnt about me. Everything is about Everything. You and Me and this damned world that we live in. So, at the end of the day. What makes you happy? I tried to sit on my divorce papers as long as I could. 13 months down and we cant even say "I love you" to each other. 13 months down and we cant even look at each other with out hate.
Our hearts, minds, bodies and souls are not lined up properly.
Remember the very first day when you and I met. We met at a damn gas station because I didn't have a car. My first one took everything from me and the house was completely empty. I was broken, angry, depressed and so far gone. I reached out to you and not even a week later you come in and save the day.
The very first day we met. We made passionate love...I felt lost and appalled in your warm embrace on the kitchen floor. We ripped each other's cloths off like it's been a long time coming. We showered, we then went on a couple of dates. The beach, hearing the water. The seagulls flying over almost felt like a dream. Sushi bar and I ordered the smallet appetizer on the menu, thinking it was a entree. Anyway, you order a bigger plate than me and we both laughed.
Sooner or later we moved into together. We found each other in a hopeless place. Can we do that again?
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Five Fast Facts

  1. The Fundamental Orders, adopted by Connecticut Colonists on January 24, 1639, is considered to be the first written constitution in the western world. While short, it sets principles that were later applied to the US Constitution. These include government based on the consent of the governed (including spelling out individual rights and how they are ensured) and election of leaders by free men.
  2. Connecticut was the first state to set a speed limit for automobiles; in 1901 the Connecticut government set a speed limit of 12 miles per hour. In 1937 it became the first state to issue permanent license plates for cars.
  3. Among the silly laws allegedly on the books in Connecticut: in order for a pickle to be considered a pickle, it has to bounce; silly string is banned in the town of Southington, and it is illegal to walk backwards on city sidewalks after sunset in Devon.
  4. The Hartford Courant is the oldest continually published newspaper in the United States, having been established in 1764.
  5. Opened in 1846, Lake Compounce, located just down the street from ESPN’s Bristol headquarters, is the oldest continuously-operated amusement park in the United States. Its premier attraction, Boulder Dash, is the first wooden roller coaster built entirely into the side of a mountain, and has won the Golden Ticket Award for Best Wood Coaster four times since it opened in 2000, including the past three years.
The Constitution State, The Nutmeg State
Abbreviation: CT
Time Zone: US Eastern (UTC-5/-4)
Admission to the Union: January 9, 1788
Population: 3,590,886 (29th)
Area: 5,543 sq. mi (48th)
State Capital: Hartford
Largest City: Bridgeport
Demonym: Connecticuter, Nutmegger
Borders: Rhode Island (E), Massachusetts (N), New York (W), Long Island Sound (S)
Subreddit: /Connecticut


Governor: Dannel Malloy (D)
Lieutenant Governor: Nancy Wyman (D)
Connecticut General Assembly
  • 36 Senators (20 Democrat, 15 Republican, 1 Working Families Party)
  • 151 Representatives (87 Democrat, 64 Republican)
  • President pro tem of the Senate: Martin Looney
  • Speaker of the House: Brendan Sharkey
U.S. Senators: Richard Blumenthal (D), Chris Murphy (D)
U.S. Representative(s): 5 Democrat
Last 5 Election Results (election winner in italics):
  • Barack Obama (D) – 905,083 (58.06%), Mitt Romney (R) – 634,892 (40.73%)
  • Barack Obama (D) – 997,773 (60.59%), John McCain (R) – 629,428 (38.22%)
  • John Kerry (D) – 857,488 (54.31%), George W Bush (R) – 693,826 (43.95%)
  • Al Gore (D) – 816,015 (55.91%), George W Bush (R) – 561,095 (38.44%)
  • Bill Clinton (D) – 735,740 (52.83%), Bob Dole (R) – 483,109 (34.69%), Ross Perot (I) – 139,523 (10.02%)


Racial Composition:
  • 71.2% White (non-Hispanic)
  • 10.1% Black
  • 6.4% Hispanic
  • 3.8% Asian
  • 2.6% Mixed Race or Multicultural
  • 0.3% Native American
  • 5.6% Other
Ancestry Groups
  • 19.3% Italian
  • 17.9% Irish
  • 10.7% English
  • 10.4% German
  • 8.6% Polish
  • 6.6% French
Second Languages – Most Non-English Languages Spoken at Home
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • French
  • Polish
Religious Affiliation – Largest Religious Denominations
  • Catholic (43%)
  • Protestant (27%)
  • Non-religious (23%)
  • Jewish (1%)
  • Other Christian (2.5%)
  • Buddhist and Hindu – 1.5%


The first law school in the nation, Litchfield Law School, was operated from 1773 until 1833 in Connecticut. Connecticut State Schools are governed by the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education, a body established in 2011 to accredit schools and programs as well as to set budgets and coordinate operations.


Unemployment Rate – 7.0%
Wealthiest Cities/Towns (by per capita income)
  • New Canaan ($100,824)
  • Darien ($95,577)
  • Greenwich ($92,759)
  • Weston ($92,735)
  • Westport ($90,792)
Largest Employers, excluding Wal-Mart and state/federal government
  • Foxwoods Resort Casino
  • Aetna
  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Immucor
  • Sikorsky Aircraft Group


Major Highways
  • Interstate Highways: I-84, I-91, I-95, I-395
  • State Routes/Highways
  • Rush hour traffic on I-95 between New York and New Haven is some of the most congested in the United States, and frequently affects the nearby Merritt Parkway. The state has begun encouraging ride-sharing and rail-use to alleviate the congestion.
Public Transit
System Services Area Description
Metro-North Rail Southwestern Connecticut Operated by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, offers rail service between New York City and New Haven, with several local branches
Amtrak Rail Eastern/Northern Connecticut Commuter rail between New Haven and Springfield, Massachusetts, with local lines opening to Hartford and Central Connecticut
CT Transit Bus Statewide Public bus system
CTfastrak Bus New Britain to Hartford Rapid bus transit
  • Bradley International Airport (BDL)
  • Tweed-New Haven Airport (HVN)
Connecticut has some of the highest rates of bicycle ownership and use in the U.S., and New Haven has the highest percentage of commuters who bicycle to work of any major metropolitan center on the East Coast.


So what does nutmeg have to do with Connecticut? Well, no one really knows. One theory (the most popular told to Connecticut children) is that swindlers from the state were notorious for selling counterfeit nutmegs made from wood to unsuspecting travelers and residents of seaside towns. Another more innocuous explanation is that traders from Connecticut were in fact selling real nutmeg, but customers unfamiliar with the unusually hard native form of the spice may have felt they had been tricked into buying a wooden counterfeit. The source of the legend traces back to the 1830’s newspaper column “The Sayings and Doings of Samuel Slick, of Slickville”, who claimed that Captain John Allspice, a popular trader who did business in Charleston, would cut his purchase of fifty barrels of nutmeg into two and fill the remaining space with wooden counterfeits, which looked so real that it was impossible to spot the difference unless you bit the nutmeg with your teeth.
Sikorsky Aircraft and United Technologies
Igor Sikorsky, a Kiev-born immigrant, founded Sikorsky in 1925 in Roosevelt, New York. In 1929, the company moved to Stratford, Connecticut and became part of United Technologies Corporation. Originally focused on multi-engine airplanes and amphibious aircraft (such as the Sikorsky Clipper), Sikorsky began developing the first practical helicopter, continuing work he had begun in Russia in 1909. In 1939, the first tethered and free-flight helicopter flights took place between 1939 and 1940; the V-S 300 design remains the basis for most helicopter designs today.
New Haven-style pizza (known as “Apizza”) is considered by culinary historians (such as Jeffrey Steingarten) to be among the best styles of Neapolitan-American pizza, along with New York City. While limited geographically until recently, restaurants specializing in the style have opened in the Washington DC, Oregon, Michigan, Texas and Tokyo.
The lobster roll originated in Milford in 1929 at a restaurant called Perry’s. The Connecticut-style lobster roll is simply warm lobster meat soaked in butter and served on a steamed bun. The more popular Maine style, consisting of cold lobster meat served with mayonnaise, celery, lemon juice, and lettuce is known locally as a lobster salad roll, and is more well-known outside of New England.
Connecticut is recognized by the Library of Congress as the birthplace of the modern hamburger. Louis Lunch in New Haven is known as the oldest continually operating hamburger restaurant, and is known for disliking the addition of any condiments to the burger, especially ketchup. Yale students who sneak in ketchup have been asked to leave in the past.
Charter Oak
The Charter Oak was a large white oak tree estimated to be around 600-700 years old at the time it fell in 1856. According to tradition, the state’s Royal Charter of 1662 was hidden in the hollow portion of the tree to prevent its confiscation by the English governor-general; this story became a symbol of American Independence. Captain Joseph Wadsworth (ancestor of Revolutionary general Elijah Wadsworth) was was credited as the person who hid the charter from Royal authorities, who did not like the amount of local autonomy the charter gave to colonists. After it fell during a violent storm, timber from the tree was made into several chairs, which are displayed in the Hartford Capitol Building. The Charter Oak adorns the state quarter and is still a symbol for the state as a whole today.
While Connecticut does not currently have a “big four” franchise, it has hosted multiple teams in all of the big four previously:
League Team Years Active
NHL Hartford Whalers 1972 - 1997
MLB Hartford Dark Blues 1876
NFL Hartford Blues 1926
NFL New York Giants 1973 – 1974 (played at Yale Bowl while Giants Stadium was under construction)
NBA Boston Celtics 1975 – 1995 (various home games)
The WNBA Connecticut Sun are the only current major professional sports team playing in the state, and are considered the most successful franchise in the WNBA to not win an overall championship.
The Pilot-Pen Tennis Tournament and the Travelers Championship both take place in Connecticut (in New Haven and Hartford, Respectively).
Lime Rock Park is a 1.53-mile natural-terrain course located in the Northwestern corner of Connecticut. It currently hosts events for the WeatherTech Sports Car Championship and has hosted events for NASCAR, Grand-Am, ALMS and the Pirelli World Challenge. The track also hosts a Historic Festival every Labor Day which features classic car shows and historic race cars taking part in exhibition races.
Connecticut’s NCAA Division I teams are:
  • Quinnipiac University
  • Fairfield University
  • Central Connecticut State University
  • Sacred Heart University
  • University of Hartford
The UCONN Huskies are the only team to win men’s and women’s basketball championships in the same year, having done so twice (2004, 2014). The UCONN Women hold the NCAA record for the longest winning streak in college basketball at 90 games, having gone undefeated from 2008 until December 30, 2010 after a loss to Stanford. The Women have not missed the NCAA Final Four since 2008.

List of Famous People

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  2. Pennsylvania
  3. New Jersey
  4. Georgia
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ruined mothers day: how to fix??

So the story started on Saturday when my parents took me out to Foxwoods casino and resort where we would spend the night. When we got there we when to our room and put our stuff away and then we were going to go to dinner. Once I figured out what restaurant we were going to I was so pissed bc of there service and food and I let my parents know it too! So as I suspected once my food came it was crap as usual and I was pissed. I told them it was bad and I said we should go somewhere else to what my mom responded to with, "Are you paying?" to what I responded to her with "are you?" because the dinner was free and she was pissed so that ended my night. Sunday/mothers day So the morning was crap because my mom did not get breakfast for us so we did not eat till after 12. When we were about to leave my dad saw a free 100$ gift card to the hotel spa and my mom was like GET IT and I was like aye look at the line for 100$ when the spa is expensive af what is the few more dollars gonna do? She said shut up idiot so I did and said nothing much till later. At around 2 she told me I had to go shop for my sister close and I what like fuck that and I ask may I please not go then I was why do I need to come then I said I hate shopping especially if its not for me I don't want to go on your 2 hour shopping spree. She did the usual guilt trip me into coming of ohh u wanna ruin mothers day how about I ruin ur birthday why don't u give me ur phone and pc and I leave u here and I shut the power off. So I had to come and I spent over 3 hours at one store and it was horrible and I was miserable so when she said ill drop u guys of at home as like a punishment for not being happy I was as good and she was like with no food or power. So we got to dinner and my sister started a problem on fortnite and how good it is and I combated it and I easily won but she kept going and my mom lost it and said u ruined mothers day for me I don't want you anywhere near me leave right now. But I could not bc im 14 so ya I just sat there so then she said I'm not paying for my gym and lunch. Now I need help on how to fix it I'm sure plenty of you screw ups have some experience.
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What's Happening in CT - 5/4-5/6

Friday, May 4th:
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The AAC Tourney Attendee's Guide to Hartford

Ahoy. UConn alum and life-long Hartford area resident here to talk about things to do in Hartford before and after basketball. I'm sure there are going to be literally dozens of tourney attendees going to Hartford for the first time. So if you're one of them, read on.
Note: I fucking love Hartford, but that's perhaps because it's easier than hating the place you're from.
Note: I can update this throughout the day, and am welcome to suggestions.
Note: I'm making a few assumptions: First, that you don't have access to a car, and second, that you're somewhere around 30, have a little cash to spend, and don't have kids.
1) Drinking. Downtown Hartford has a lot of bars. They are, for the most part, totally regular. Here are some places that might be the same place, I dunno. I'm only gonna highlight some favorites. But there are plenty.
Walkable from the XL Center
Maybe snag an uber but worth it
2) Food
an Uber-ish ride away
3) To Do
4) To not do.
What I want to emphasize, above all else, is that Hartford is a wonderful place. In terms of downtown size, it's roughly comparable to Louisville, Raleigh, Memphis, and Richmond. There really is a lot to do. And it's as safe as comparably sized cities. By which I mean, don't go wandering around strange residential streets outside of the downtown at 3am. You don't need to get a ride from one side of downtown to the other, though.
Most of all, tell your friends you had a good time, okay? We deal with a lot of shit-talk, some of it justified, but if you can't enjoy a weekend in Hartford it's because you didn't put any effort in. Put some effort in, and Hartford will show you a nice time.
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Here's whats going on this weekend (11/14-11/16)

Hey Everyone!
Last week, I submitted a broken down weekend event list from my little newsletter and most people seemed to enjoy it. This week I tried to out-do myself and put >10 hours into compiling everything below. TBH it ended up looking like a subtle Mohegan Sun advertisement, but I guess that's what happens when you live in a small state with 2 competing casinos. I'll aim for a little more diversification next week (feel free to add more events in the comments as well and I will add them up here). Have a great weekend!
For easier reading, feel free to check out the newsletter at

Friday November 14th



Food & Drink



Saturday November 15



Food & Drink




Sunday November 16th



Food & Drink



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My Parents Are Dangerously Close To Tearing My Future Apart, & I Don't Know How To Stop It.

Hello. This isn't my first time seeking advice online for my family problems, and this probably won't be the last... but nonetheless, I just found this subreddit so I'm going to give it another shot in a new light...
I'm turning 21 in less than 2 weeks. I've been stuck living at home with my parents with practically no purpose since I graduated High School over 3 years ago. I haven't been able to get any further advancement with my life, mainly because I don't have my drivers' license yet & my parents are too neck-deep in their own bullshit to support me. Outside of my parents, there's really no one else there looking out for me.
My dad (jndad, I suppose) is a 51 year-old alcoholic. He drives tractor-trailers all day, comes home, drinks, & gambles away thousands of dollars on his computer. He's pretty lazy & selfish; he never does anything for me unless it somehow benefits himself. He could've helped me get my drivers' license years ago but never bothered to help me get it until recently (and even with that, he's not even bringing me out driving nearly as much as he should). In fact, he probably could've helped me with a lot of things as a kid if he wasn't so lazy & full of himself. He's pretty much let my house go to shit: letting pipes burst in the basement, leaving messes everywhere, letting the lawn grow into a fucking hayfield full of weeds because he "doesn't feel like buying a lawnmower this year" but "has to go golfing with me a couple times a month to better his swing"... yup, this is how much he gives a shit. But his worst quality of all? Mentally abusing my mother & traumatizing the hell out of me since I was born. I could probably write a whole book about the shit he's put us through (mostly my mom; he generally leaves me alone even though he still manages to make things miserable for me, too), but for the sake of time, I'll leave it at that.
My mom, 48, is a nonstop worker. For as long as I can remember, she's always busted her ass & taken constant bullshit from my dad just to make ends meat. She lives in constant fear every day. Even before she met my dad, she's had to deal with a traumatic lifestyle: Taking care of her single ill mother by herself as a kid, getting disowned by her mother & mother's boyfriend growing up, & having to pack up & leave a forced marriage with her first drunken husband with my older brother (who grew up to become a bad mix of both my father and his & probably terrorizes his own family now) at only 19 years old, among other things. I can honestly say, I will never truly understand the trauma she went through going up, nor the trauma she endures now. She tries her damned hardest to carry the weight that my dad refuses to support, but it's getting more and more difficult for her to keep it up.
Over the years, my mom has always been the scapegoat for my dad's mistakes. Keep in mind, the only thing keeping them together is the roof over our heads. My dad always acts as if my mom "owes" him something despite the fact that my mom gets a shit-ton more things done in a day than he does in a week. He picks fights with her almost daily, often centered around bullshit as irrelevant as what's being brought home for dinner that night. In severe scenarios, my dad's given her death threats, thrown objects at her, chased her out of the house, and even strangled her. My mom's gotten to the point where she's beginning to lose touch with her sanity. I try to comfort her whenever I can after he storms off to bed, but it just isn't enough. My mom's seriously considering walking out the door & leaving everything behind, no matter how damaging it may be to both her & my future. My dad could care less; he thinks everything's her fault no matter what happens.
I've tried to break up fights between them sometimes when I was a kid but it always just made him act worse so I stopped. He's traumatized me so badly that I'm afraid to even stand up to him, effectively avoiding his bad side completely. I'm socially impaired & probably have some form of ADHD as it is (even though neither of my parents want to support my stance on this). I regularly listen to my mom's rants about him when he's not around, which is the only time I can really feel comfortable expressing my own frustrations of him. It's taxing, though, because I constantly have to lie & keep secrets just to keep the other parent happy with me. Which brings me to today...
As I said earlier, I'm turning 21 in a little over a week. Earlier this week, my mom brought up plans in private with my dad on how they were going to celebrate my 21st birthday. My mom brought up the idea of possibly going to Twin River (our local casino) with his whole side of the family and then hitting a cheap chinese restaurant after. Then my dad (who was pissy & so stupid that he thought we were going to eat right at Twin River & scoffed at the idea that his family would rack up the tab), turned around without her knowing and twisted it into just the "core" family (me, him, my mom, my brother, and his girlfriend) going to Foxwoods instead (which is cause for a potential disaster with my dad & brother, both bad alcoholics), then told me despite my mom urging him to keep the plans a secret. I agreed that Foxwoods sounded better since it seems more like a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity despite the drawbacks I previously mentioned, though he told me that my mom might get "mad" that he told me, so I kept my mouth shut.
Then my mom gets home. My dad calls her into the computer room, whispers to her that she should ask me what I want to do, then she calls me in. She asks me what I want to do for my birthday. I told her I didn't know, then my dad just blurts out Foxwoods as a bad acting trick to get her to think he's telling me this for the first time. I loosely went along with this, but then as they started discussing the details, the shit hit the fan. Since my birthday falls on a Sunday, me and my dad decided that we were to go on that Sunday since on that Saturday, I would still technically be 20 and unable to hit the slots & stuff. But when he discussed plans with my mom and my mom didn't want to go Sunday because she had to work Monday & couldn't take out a vacation day, he started putting words in my mouth claiming that I "wanted to go Sunday because the football players were gonna be there" at the show we were seeing. Then he starts berading her because she couldn't take a vacation day out for Monday and didn't want to go Sunday, then starts screaming at her that she "ruined" my birthday. Then my mom gets pissy at him telling me that he ruined my birthday (which, I suppose makes more sense; he ruined my 10th birthday too) and then they got into a screaming match. My mom kept pushing me to tell him to shut up and that I was ruining his birthday, but I held back because I didn't want my dad to get even more pissed at her (not to mention I was not at all prepared to get in a shit fight with him at that moment). He continues to escalate things even further while my mom continuously provokes him (her temper was running low), meanwhile I don't know how the fuck to handle all of this in the background; I tried to mediate things by saying "nobody's ruining anything; why are you guys arguing over plans for my birthday?!", but that just pissed them both off more. Then my dad got to the point where he threatened to get a lawyer (which he never actually does) and take her out of the mortgage. My mom fired back saying that he couldn't do that since her name was on the deed & told him he could either stay or leave; my dad fired back with a threat to bury her in the back yard, and... well... the shit continued to spew for a few more minutes. Meanwhile, I was crying in the kitchen. I almost never cry, but I felt guilty for even letting this shit happen in the first place (even though I did absolutely nothing to deserve this). My mom, feeling defeated, came up to me and told me not to cry, declaring to him that she's a "fuckup" & "ruined everything" just to shut him up. The fight was soon over... but I lost all interest in Foxwoods or anything birthday-related at that point.
Later on, I talked to my mom. She was pissed at me for not standing up to him, then accused me of "being on his side," which is absolutely not true. She told me she doesn't know if she can trust me going forward because she thought I was lying just like him. I told her the real reason we couldn't go Saturday was because I'm not eligible to gamble till Sunday (I was going to say it earlier but I couldn't get a word in at all during that toxic bullshit spewfest). She told me I "should've said that earlier" despite how obvious that should've been in the beginning. She threatened she was "this close to walking out the door" and that she was "done with all the bullshit" and that I should "pray that she never does this." She then gave me this ultimatum where either she abandons me and I stay stuck with his ass for the rest of my life or I start defending her when she tells me to. Remember, this is all coming from my mother, who I've been extremely close with all my life.
I don't know how to handle this position my parents are putting me in. I'm starting to question whether or not I can even handle all this drama my parents (mostly my dad) keep projecting on me. I just want to get out. I'm trapped in this shack-of-a-house in the middle of the woods. I feel like the longer I live with my parents, the more my future crumbles. Every day, I face an uncertain future with an irresponsible father who only pays the mortgage & bitches about everything else and a beaten-down mother who's just barely keeping things together while losing her mind at the same time. I feel like I may be running out of time, and I don't know how to stop it. I guess I feel... alone.
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31 Days until Opening Day - Garry Maddox

31 - Garry Maddox

Career Awards/Accolades

  • World Series champion (1980)
  • 8× Gold Glove Award (1975–1982)
  • Roberto Clemente Award (1986)

Time in Philadelphia

On May 4, 1975, the Giants traded Maddox to the Phillies for first baseman Willie Montañez after the Phillies had failed in their efforts to acquire Rusty Staub from the Mets. The Phillies traded Montanez with the intention to replace him at first-base with Dick Allen. Maddox went on to win his first Gold Glove Award as the top center fielder in the National League. Montanez was traded away the next year. Maddox's 1975 Gold Glove was his first of eight in a row. His sparkling defensive play led Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas to remark, "Two-thirds of the Earth is covered by water, the other one-third is covered by Garry Maddox.", which was an original quote reported by Ray Didinger at the Bulletin in a 1975 article (This quote has also been less frequently attributed to Ralph Kiner, as he quoted Didinger's 1975 article the Hall-of-Fame slugger-turned-broadcaster for the New York Mets.) Kalas nicknamed Maddox the "Secretary of Defense."
In 1976, Maddox had his best year as a hitter, with a .330 batting average, and helped the Phillies win the National League East, their first postseason berth since the Whiz Kids in the 1950 World Series. But the team lost three consecutive National League Championship Series, including in 1978 against the Los Angeles Dodgers as Maddox made two errors in Game Four. With the score tied in the bottom of the tenth inning, two out, and Ron Cey on first, Maddox misplayed Dusty Baker's fly ball. He started back on the ball, then charged forward, and the ball glanced off his glove. Bill Russell then followed with a single to center. Maddox charged, but the ball skipped past him; had he fielded the ball cleanly, he could have thrown Cey (who was not known for his baserunning speed) out at the plate. Instead, Cey scored the winning run to put the Dodgers in the World Series. In the 10th inning of the fifth and final game of the 1980 NLCS against the Houston Astros, his double scored Del Unser for the pennant-winning run. In the bottom half, he caught Enos Cabell's fly ball for the final out to put the Phillies in the World Series for the first time since 1950. The Phillies beat the Kansas City Royals for their first World Championship.
In 1983 the Phillies again made it to the World Series losing this time to the Baltimore Orioles. In Game 1 the score was tied one to one until Maddox led off the eighth inning with a solo home run. The final was two to one and the Phillies only win of the series. Maddox continued to win Gold Gloves, steal bases and hit well for the Phillies until 1985, when he declined rapidly. He retired in early the next season. That year, he was honored with the Roberto Clemente Award, given annually to a player who demonstrates the values the Pittsburgh Pirates Hall-of-Famer (like Maddox, one of the best-fielding outfielders ever) displayed in his commitment to community and understanding the value of helping others. During his career, Maddox played in six postseasons, winning five full-season Division titles, two pennants and one World Series, all with the Phillies. His lifetime batting average was .285. Never a slugger, his peak year brought him just 14 home runs, and he hit 117 for his career. But he did hit 337 doubles and 62 triples, products of the speed that also allowed him to run down fly balls few outfielders could reach, and to steal 20 or more bases in nine straight seasons. For his career, he had 248 stolen bases, which in August 2014 ranks 232nd on the all-time list.


After retiring, he founded World Wide Concessions, a leading national promotional products company specializing in unique branded gifts and packaging. By 1995, Maddox was majority owner and CEO of A. Pomerantz & Company, a Philadelphia-based office furniture company. In 2003, Maddox began a four-year term on the board of Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Maddox has also worked as a spring training instructor for the Phillies, and was a color analyst for Phillies games on Philadelphia's now-defunct cable-sports network PRISM from 1987 to 1995. His son, Garry Maddox, Jr., also played professional baseball, but did not reach the major leagues. Maddox is a BBQ chef, and for a number of years has hosted the Garry Maddox Barbecue Challenge, a yearly fundraiser held outside of Citizens Bank Park before a home Phillies game. Local restaurants and amateur chefs competing in various categories. All proceeds benefit Compete 360, an academic enrichment program founded by Maddox to foster DT Philly, a design thinking (DT) practice in Philadelphia public schools that trains teachers to facilitate DT projects with their students. In 2005, Maddox and other individuals became prominent investors in a Foxwoods slots casino proposed for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In September 2008, facing massive opposition at the originally proposed waterfront location, backers for the slots casino decided to try to seek a new location in the Center City area, next to Philadelphia's Chinatown community. On December 16, 2010, the Gaming Control Board voted to revoke the casino's license after the venture failed to secure funding.


Career Statistics

15 Years (1972-1986) 777 1802 337 62 117 754 .320 .413
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What are your thoughts of Asians and their culture of gambling?

Let me preface by saying that I've gotten heavily interested in "western" card games called NHLE/PLO (respectively, No Limit Hold 'Em, Pot-limit Omaha...with basic understanding of PLO8/Pot-Limit Omaha Hi-lo) for the past 8 months or so when my friend (who is non-Asian if that matters) got me comp'd into a charity poker event for his town's community youth organization/center. I've learned Chinese poker from him, but I don't know how to play any Chinese/Asian card games or Mahjong, nor do I really care or have an interest to learn. On the whim, being tired of playing casual heads-up/short-handed home poker games with friends, pub poker tournaments, and online, I decided to make a trek by myself to play 1-2 NLHE down at Foxwoods, the largest casino in the eastern hemisphere located in Connecticut, or a ~two-hour bus ride from Boston for me.
For those who aren't familiar, up in the Northeast there are "Chinatown buses" from Boston and NYC area that shuttle folks to Foxwoods, which was my first choice because of the lower fare cost (~$15 round-trip which includes a meal voucher and $45 match-play coupon) but unfortunately was sold out to a casino in RI, was constricted to a five-hour playing window, and I didn't want to wait two hours for one departing for Mohegan Sun (another adjacent casino to Foxwoods in CT, a 20 minute drive away). I booked a last-minute one-way ticket with Greyhound instead leaving me with an open window for my return trip instead. After I busted two bullets (poker term for or two buy-ins), I had a lot of reflections and introspection about my game-play, but more specifically, I had more the culture of gambling with Asians.
As for family, for which we are of Chinese heritage, and gambling, my father plays Chinese card games and baccarat and my dad's obsession with gambling was a catalyst for my mom's divorce against him; my mother would scold him for taking me to the Chinatown gambling parlors when I was a kid. For my community, I grew up in a large population ethnic immigrant Chinese folks, and it's not uncommon to see grandma's playing Mahjong for pennies, to seeing my neighbor's mom in Chinatown going to the gambling parlor. My grandpa gambles everyday at his family association. My uncle before becoming half-paralyzed played OTB, and his wife's, my aunt by marriage, parents work at one of the aforementioned casinos. My aunt in the PNW is a blackjack dealer.
Now a while back, when I played in a pub poker league tournament, after busting-out, I got into a chat an old lady where we talked about our respective lives and why we played, me playing online, why she didn't, and what stakes we won't play. I talked about how Chinese/Asians love to play big games (Pai Gow poker) against the bankehouse, while contrasting my reasons for liking Hold 'Em. The conversation at one point shifted towards her essentially asking, "why do Asians love to gamble so much?" An innocent but genuinely question out of curiosity that struck and made a lasting impression on me since then.
Being of Chinese heritage, and in an enivornment of relevency, I suppose I was a person to answer such question. My recollected thoughts... I answered with the encounter I had with a Fasten driver (an ride-share underdog to UbeLyft) around that time earlier. In that conversation for which we both spoke Cantonese, we talked about mutual Chinese heritage and what my parent's did for a living, where we both lived, but more specifically, I told him about my parent's divorce and how gambling was a catalyst for divorce. Hearing me out, he address the "issue" with grace by speaking on the collective behalf of blue-collar immigrants who work in restaurants and whatnot, for which he did and my father did, that there wasn't much of an outlet for entertainment/socializing after work, especially working erratic hours and schedules. He made the comparison that they can't go to the local cinema/theater and enjoy an American movie, referencing the cultural differences that confine them into their ethnic enclaves.
During that Fasten ride with the middle-aged Chinese father-driver (about my dad's age), who also tried to recruit my father to drive for the company, opened up my worldview about the possible reasons why a majority Chinese, with our particular interest, why immigrant Chinese in America, like to gamble. I amassed more empathetic and compassion for the plight of Chinese immigrants and their lack of post-work social outlets. I loosened up to having animosity toward my dad for gambling so much when I was younger, which I was influenced by my mother's inappropriate complaints at the dinner-table of just us about my father. And of course, now that I've recently got interested in card games on my initiative, I am less (hypo)critical about my dad's gambling.
With respects Asian gamblers in my observation, for Texas Hold 'Em, I've noticed at my recent trip to Foxwoods and before that the handful of trips to New Hampshire card-rooms (there are no legal card-rooms in the Commonwealth of MA) that I see a lot of Asian players make blatantly "gamble-y" plays. With coach buses departing at various hours of the day from Chinatown and Chinese enclave towns/communities, there's opportunity and demand to from Asians to gamble. My Caucasian friend who re-introduced me to poker made a stereotypical joke about Asians and how they like love to gamble, nonetheless the lady from pub poker who were curious about the why of Chinese and their gambling habits. It is recognized as a fact that there is a disproportionate amount of Asian gamblers relative to their American counterparts with pathological gambling addictions,, but many do not seek help for gambling addictions. And I believe the resources and mental health professionals are far and few for Asian gamblers.
Anyways, I have never seen much, if any at all, discussion or articles about Asians and gambling on this sub but I believe it's an important topic worthy of discussion. I do wonder about the other fathers, mothers, relatives, or even yourself, who has an interest in gambling. Has it been a catalyst for familial dis-harmonies as it did for mine? Did it spur you to get interested in gambling yourself? What are y'alls thoughts on the cultural factors for Asians and gambling? How was your childhood shaped by a family member who was severely addicted to gambling, or was it a casual affair? All and any discussions relevant to Asians and gambling are welcomed. So let's discuss.
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How can I make money gambling?

I work at a restaurant at Foxwoods casino in CT. I talk to "professional gamblers" fairly often. Do these people actually end up with a net profit? How???
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