I, as a right leaning libertarian, can't agree more. The republicans should be taking the lead on this and saying it is a freedom. They shouldn't be for taxing the individual gambler but be for taxing the profits of the company who runs the site, just like Vegas.
I have been to both Dell and Perot headquarters.
I ran into Ross (Sr.) in the lunch room. The entire HQ on Plano Parkway might as well be a history museum.
Contrast that with Dell's clinical feel.
It will be interesting.
They also have other markets, including health care. That was the group I was working with when they were one of my customers.
I am pretty sure that's not the case. Mike Doogan, I believe, used to be a columnist for the Anchorage Daily News. It's been a long time since I lived there, so I could be wrong, but I believe that's the case.
With his connections at the paper and some reasonable investigation skills (or hiring someone), it would be possible to find out who they are.
I'll take it...
I sold my Dual Processor G5 for $1800 after owning it for 2 years. I paid $2000 for it. That's a pretty low cost of ownership, if you ask me.