Should I work on draft day?

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  1. 31hammer

    31hammer Benched

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    I work in a casino in Atlantic city. I can get off saturday and work thusday. Our pay is based on tips and Saturday could be worth from a $100-$150 more. Should I take off and watch the draft
  2. BigDFan5

    BigDFan5 Cowboys Make me Drink

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    If you have a family, kids etc then work, if you are single Draft
  3. Mr Cowboy

    Mr Cowboy Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    I am glad that I am working, that way I can see it uninterrupted.
  4. vicjagger

    vicjagger Well-Known Member

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    Go to work and give me your cell phone number. I'll call you with every pick for $75. (j/k)
  5. PAISAN247

    PAISAN247 Active Member

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    :hammer: I have to work at 12 so i can catch the beginning but im not to keen on usin the tivo to watch it when i get home ....much more exciting to come on here and find out .......;)
  6. dallasfaniac

    dallasfaniac Active Member

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    Ok, how close do you work to the sportsbook?
  7. hendog

    hendog Well-Known Member

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    I'm taking the day off on Saturday(like always) and I have 2 kids, but I work plenty of overtime so it's no biggie. I love to hunt but I don't take time off from work to do it. The draft is only 2 days a year. Go for it!

    My wife always gets mad at me and says "you never take days off for us to do something" and I say well I would if you were in this years draft.
  8. PacoReloaded

    PacoReloaded New Member

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    I took it off myself. Then again I don't have a family to feed and my girlfriend loves watching the draft every bit as much as I do.

    So win-win situation for me.
  9. CrazyCowboy

    CrazyCowboy Well-Known Member

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    Drafts only happen once per year........GO TO WORK!
  10. montgod

    montgod Well-Known Member

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    I would go to work...and just record it. THe draft can be a very ....very long process especially when you have to continually mute the tv when Kiper talks. You will be kicking yourself that you didn't earn that extra cash and just check the draft on tape where you can fast forward to all the exciting moves that might happen in the draft.
  11. MrPhil

    MrPhil Well-Known Member

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  12. MrPhil

    MrPhil Well-Known Member

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    You sir, are a lucky man! :starspin
  13. MrPhil

    MrPhil Well-Known Member

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    I guess it would depend on how badly you need the money. If taking the day off is gonna force you to eat oodles of noodles for a week, then I would go to work. Otherwise, I would stay home and watch the draft.
  14. 31hammer

    31hammer Benched

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    I have a funny feeling every time it's the Boys time to draft. We will be trading down. Which is very frustrating. I am 30 yrs old and I have watched every draft since we picked Aikman, with the exception of 1. That was the year we passed on Moss so I was glad I missed that one. IMO I always get this feeling if I had been there to watch we would have selected Randy. Sorry guys. It will not happen again. I will take the day off.
  15. NYCowboy22

    NYCowboy22 Member

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    OK, how did you pull this one off?:confused: :confused:
  16. Eddie

    Eddie Well-Known Member

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    I spent last year's draft in Epcott Center. I had my cousin call me after every pick. Mike Williams was still on the board at #10. I thought for sure he was gonna be a Cowboys.

    Who knew Detroit would take ANOTHER WR with their first round pick.

    I then figured Shawn Merriman would definitely be our man. I was in the American display at Epcott ... the talking wax figures with Ben Franklin and Abe Lincoln ... when my cousin called me with the Cowboys pick. I think I said, "Oh ****!!!" too loudly in the auditorium. ha ha

    But it was funny.

    This year, I told the wife she can do what ever she wants on Saturday ... take the baby or leave the baby with me, but don't bother me. Or she can stay and watch the draft with me ...

    Anyway, she set up a BBQ with some friends and family for next Saturday. That's good ... as long as she does all the cooking and no one bothers me. ha ha
  17. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl U.N.I.T.Y Staff Member

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    I was busy last year and TB text'd me w/every pick until I was able to get online later that day.

    If you gotta work, then work. Make that money, tape it, and watch it later.
  18. BulletBob

    BulletBob The Godfather

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    I have a similar dilema. It is my son's last year in Cub Scouts, and I am his den leader. Guess what weekend our annual camping trip is scheduled for?

    So, I will be deep in the woods. My dilema is whether to Tivo it or to try keeping up with the picks through a PDA connected to the internet via my cell phone.

    The cell phone gets spotty service out there, but there are areas ...

    Not sure if it is better to know in real time how the draft unfolds, or wait until Sunday, and watch a sped-up Tivo'd version.

  19. DandyDon

    DandyDon Member

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    Don't even think about missing the draft - EVER! (unless you are homeless and broke, of course ;-))
  20. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

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    Pray for rain.

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