gambling Quotes

Somebody tell my fam I got a gambling problem.
 
tags: problem gambling
— Ludacris
The outside wold pressures you into a mold, but if you don't accept that - you gamble with life. Call it gambling.
 
tags: gambling
— Louise Berliawsky Nevelson
I don't see how you have the nerve to oppose this bill when you run the biggest gambling business in the world - gambling on the hereafter.
 
tags: world business gambling
— Loring M. Black, Jr.
I don't like gambling very much. I don't like being at the mercy of those little white squares that roll around and decide whether you win or lose. I like to have the say-so myself.
 
tags: mercy gambling
— Lawrence Tierney
I'm crazy enough to believe in taking chances in every way, in making choices and gambling with your life. That's the kind of gambling I believe in.
 
tags: chance believe choice crazy gambling
— Lauren Bacall
No use gambling if you can't lose your head once in a while.
 
tags: gambling
— Larry Merchant
I think gambling can be a good thing if you don't take it too seriously. Take it and have fun with it, and don't lose what you can't afford to lose.
 
tags: fun gambling
— Larry Holmes
I think a lot of people like to gamble, and they don't want to go to the casino to gamble. Sometimes they want to do it in the privacy of their home. They can't concentrate the way they want to in a gambling casino.
 
tags: people gambling
— Larry Holmes
The national debt has given rise to joint stock companies, to dealings in negotiable effects of all kinds, and to agiotage , in a word to stock-exchange gambling and the modern bankocracy .
 
tags: stock company gambling
— Karl Marx
I used to go to Vegas and play the horses, and then I realised how ridiculous that was. There is no winning in gambling, but there is on the stock market.
 
tags: winning stock gambling
— Josh Brolin
A study in Illinois in the mid-1990s found that 65 percent of businesses were hurt by the proximity of gambling
 
tags: hurt business gambling
— John Warren Kindt
State-sponsored gambling produces no product, no new wealth, and so it makes no genuine contribution to economic development
 
tags: development wealth economics gambling
— John Warren Kindt
While gambling addiction can be a social justice reason for some to ban gambling, the economic evidence suggests that the social and economic costs of gambling are $3 to the taxpayers for every $1 in benefits
 
tags: justice addiction economics gambling
— John Warren Kindt
The real loss by gambling is $180,000 to the consumer economy for each slot machine
 
tags: loss real machine gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Every video [slot] gambling machine takes $60,000 out of the consumer economy
 
tags: machine gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Gambling has a zero-sum economic effect in its market and, like legalizing cocaine, the socio-economic costs of legalizing gambling overwhelm the benefits
 
tags: economics gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Therefore 5,000 new video gambling machines costs the economy 5,000 lost jobs each year
 
tags: lost job machine year gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Legalized gambling cost taxpayers $3 for every $1 in state revenue to government
 
tags: government gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Your addiction rate will go up if you have gambling in this area
 
tags: addiction gambling
— John Warren Kindt
A 1999 report by a bipartisan federal panel on gambling concluded the United States should put a hold on further casinos until it is clear what the impact is on America
 
tags: america gambling
— John Warren Kindt
My bottom line is this is no time to be gambling with our economy
 
tags: time gambling
— John Warren Kindt
What we really need is a federal intervention plan, which calls for a moratorium on gambling in the U.S.
 
tags: gambling
— John Warren Kindt
We beat the Great Depression without lotteries and legalized gambling
 
tags: depression gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Sociologists almost uniformly report that increased gambling activities, which are promoted as sociologically 'acceptable' and which are made 'accessible' to larger numbers of people will increase the number of pathological gamblers
 
tags: people gambling
— John Warren Kindt
You bring in gambling into a major population base, and the more people you have going into a casino, the more people you have hooked on gambling
 
tags: people gambling
— John Warren Kindt
In convenience gambling scenarios, discretionary spending and nondiscretionary addicted gambling dollars were transferred from other forms of consumer expenditures
 
tags: gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Utah sells itself to Fortune 500 companies as a noncasino state where employers don't have to be concerned about absenteeism and other problems associated with gambling
 
tags: problem sell company gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Legalized gambling is the leading cause of bankruptcy
 
tags: gambling
— John Warren Kindt
The faster the gambling activity, the more highly addictive it is; and the more addictive the gambling activity is, the more revenue it will generate for the industry
 
tags: gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Gambling addicts usually lose their focus at work and problem military gambling poses a national security threat
 
tags: work focus problem military gambling
— John Warren Kindt
The military should get rid of video gambling devices on nearly 100 overseas bases and posts
 
tags: military gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Gambling is a bad deal for taxpayers
 
tags: bad gambling
— John Warren Kindt
The ABCs of legalized gambling - addictions, bankruptcies and crime
 
tags: crimes addiction gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Crime goes up 10 percent due to the gambling by the third year after racinos or slot machines are open, and then it continues upward after that
 
tags: crimes machine year gambling
— John Warren Kindt
If you want your 401k to come back, recriminalize gambling
 
tags: gambling
— John Warren Kindt
It's time to wipe the slate clean, recriminalize gambling, just like we did in this country 100 years ago
 
tags: time year gambling
— John Warren Kindt
Gambling drains the economy by taking money away from grocery stores and retail businesses and putting it in the hands of an industry that produces no product
 
tags: business money gambling
— John Warren Kindt
While advocates of legalized gambling say it brings in revenues needed for education and other uses, it actually has led to higher taxes, loss of jobs, economic disruption of non-gambling businesses, increased crime and higher social-welfare costs
 
tags: crimes loss job education business economics tax gambling
— John Warren Kindt
If gambling were banned, those social costs would drop, tax revenues from consumer goods would increase, and money would be pumped into the productive economic sector
 
tags: money economics tax gambling
— John Warren Kindt
The lightning spread of 'Western-style' gambling overseas has increased the problems of addicted and problem gamblers, organized crime and alleged corruption in Asia and the Middle East
 
tags: crimes problem gambling
— John Warren Kindt