"Kiki Unleashed!" is a webisode series documenting the rise to fame of stripper turned self-help guru, Kiki.
a edited thai boxing fight i filmed in thailand
The Banks`s the to The Amp Then Back to the Banks`s In Sale Part 2
Man singing Outside The Blue Fish, amazing singer and inside dancing a bit
Tequilat dancng and singing
interview before going to jail
Nice song. Must See Clip.
Angelina Jolie Around the World
shooting is not easy as seen something it can hurt you itself
the amazing chair. handful and user friendly
Money is exchanged for the token coins or chips in a casino at the casino cage, at the gaming tables, or at a slot machine and at a cashier station for slot token coins. The tokens are interchangeable with money at the casino. They generally have no value outside out of the casino, though in Las Vegas, some casinos honor chips from other casinos, but this is not guaranteed.Tokens are employed for several reasons. They are more convenient to use than currency, and also make theft and counterfeiting more difficult. Because of the uniform size and regularity of stacks of chips, they are easier to count in stacks compared to paper currency when used on a table. This attribute also enables the pit boss or security to quickly verify the amount being paid, reducing the chance that a dealer might incorrectly pay a customer. Furthermore, it is observed that consumers gamble more freely with replacement currencies than with cash.[
Darts is a variety of related games, in which darts are thrown at a circular target (dart board) hung on a wall. Though various different boards and games have been used in the past, the term 'darts' usually now refers to a standardised game involving a specific board design and set of rules.As well as being a professional competitive activity, darts is a traditional pub game, commonly played in the United Kingdom (the first country to officially recognize darts as a sport), across the Commonwealth, the Netherlands, Ireland, Palestine, the Scandinavian countries, the United States, and elsewhere. Dart boards are usually made of sisal fibers or boar bristles, low quality boards are sometimes made of paper. A regulation board is 18 inches (45.72 cm) in diameter, and is divided into 22 sections. Each section is lined with thin metal wire. The numbers indicating the various scoring sections of the board are normally made of wire, especially on tournament-quality boards, but may be printed directly on the board instead.