How to play diner chess (George W. Bush's proof, that Al Gore, was a lawyer that didn't jump - cheer vs. gymnastics):
George W. Bush, submitted the chess theorem, to the Democrats, that one could break any chess rule, besides one's own, anyone but one's own, and win the match, somehow someway.
Maybe not the match, maybe not the move, maybe not your goal, maybe not the self-preservation of the player, maybe not even your respect.
But George W. Bush never lost.
Al Gore, broke chess rules on the table, assuming his own rules, were winning.
He failed economics.
Al Gore didn't jump hyperactively, he was a gymnast that faked it.
And George W. Bush, jumped, he was a lawyer, that understood US economics, a President.
You have to flip your campus promise upside down, not rightside up.
Or else you dump the eggs into the burner, off the pan.
Al Gore couldn't cook, he learned a video about flipping eggs, to simulate the trade necessary of the Presidency.
Al Gore was an interior designer, George W. Bush was a literature.
Tiger Crane, versus Tiger Mantis.
Al Gore was gay.
George W. Bush jumped, and had a lifelong love affair, with literature.
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That's Three Card Monty, the key to Texas Hold 'Em poker.
You need a single bicycle deck, and chips.
Three cards a hand, a single draw, only pair counts, no layout on table.
If you tie the pair, you go to duel, to win, with another pair.
Dare, is anything without drugs, drinks, food, money, or sex.
A dare can temporarily alter the rules, for a single round.
That's how you learn to win Texas Hold 'Em.
Kenny Rogers references, get you booted, stated rule, that guy gets the cop put on the deck, to run the card deck for the pigs, the kid that didn't get hired because of taxes.
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