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A strange obsession with playing cards


Please Don't Be Mad At Me 02/09/1996
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I can't get enough of them. It's like when i have a deck on hand i can't stop messing with them. Where'd i put that ace of diamonds?!
I know the feeling. I keep a deck in my backpack for those times my hands need something to do. I'll shuffle them for hours, sometimes playing a round of hand-held solitaire or sorting the cards numerically by suite. Yep, cards are awesome! I even used to collect decks with interesting backs. I cleaned out my collection a few years ago due to needing space and less clutter, but I still keep a deck of cards within easy reach no matter where I am.
I suspect those folks who make a tidy living at cards would echo similar sentiments.

Whether players or dealers. Lots of jobs here in Nevada if you have the right skills.
I can disassemble and reassemble parts of engines hidden from view. And play instruments. But as much as I've tried, I could never get the hang of smoothly shuffling or handling a deck of cards. Always envied those who could.

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