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

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What's Happening in CT 10/17 - 10/20

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What's Happening in CT 12/13 - 12/15

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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...show me that I am the one for you...you 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?
-Nico💘(Nico👀)
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STATE OF THE WEEK 05: CONNECTICUT

Connecticut

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

Government

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%)

Demographics

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%

Education

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.

Economy

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

Transportation

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
Airports/Seaports
  • 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.

Culture

Nutmegger?
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.
Cuisine
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.
Sports
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:
  • UCONN
  • 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

Previous States:
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  2. Pennsylvania
  3. New Jersey
  4. Georgia
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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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