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The Bingo Bugle Bus Tour to the fabulous Oneida and Menominee Casinos departs the College Avenue Park and Ride lot on April 22nd at 7 AM. Arriving Oneida Casino in time for the morning Bingo session. The bus leaves Oneida at 2 PM and arrives at Menominee Casino in time to grab a bite to eat at one of their great restaurants before the evening Bingo session. On Thursday you can play games at the casino (including 2 Bingo sessions) . You can’t beat this trip with 4 opportunities to play Bingo. The cost is just $140.00 per Person Double Occupancy. See the complete ad on Page 12 of this Bingo Bugle issue. On Thursday there is an optional 4 hour day trip to Exciting North Star Mohican Casino. If you choose to join us on the trip to North Star, there is no additional cost. North Star is a generous venue so we count on a premium.
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Above: Great friends having a great time on a recent Bingo Bugle Bus Tour. Cathy (left), Shannon (center) and Rita (right) had a fine time at Menominee Resort and Onieda Casino. See the ad on Page 12 of this Bingo Bugle Newspaper and join us on this Super Fun Trip..
Above: (left to right) Mark, Carole, Judy and Hady all having a great time at Menominee Casino Resort on a recent Bingo Bugle Casino Bus Tour. this trip can;t be beat.
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Horoscopes for March 2020 ARIES (MAR 21-APR 20): Consider some type of collaboration (where you remain the boss, of course!) on a project that involves service or fighting a cause for those less fortunate. Lucky Days: 12 - 29 Lucky Numbers: 4 - 36 TAURUS (APR 21-MAY 21): This is a wonderful time to spruce up your wardrobe and introduce new colors and textures into your closet. Lucky Days: 3 - 19 Lucky Numbers: 6 - 30 GEMINI (MAY 22-JUN 21): Consider taking on a practice that allows you to slow down and sense your deeper connection to the world around you. Lucky Days: 7 - 17 Lucky Numbers: 39 - 49 CANCER (JUN Various cosmic
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Needless to say, it’s quite an undertaking—and explains why I am always stunned when I hear that a state has increased it prize payouts, and incredibly impressed by the people behind the scenes who made it happen (which sometimes include your local Bingo Bugle publisher!). —Aunt Bingo
How to Boost Prize Payouts Dear Aunt Bingo: What can players do to get higher payouts available at community Bingo halls? We don’t all want to make special trips to casinos for big prize money. Lots of us like to play Bingo locally in town but have higher jackpots to play for. Can Bingo hall operators make a change? Is it up to the state or the federal government? Who decides this and what are the things that will make them boost payouts? Louise A., Texas Dear Louise, Every player would like to see more prize money at Bingo. But there are many factors that must be considered for an increase to occur. For example: Do the halls where you play currently offer the maximum allowable prize amount legally allowed in your state, and offer as many games/sessions per week as regulations permit? Often halls do not give maximum payouts because they do not have enough players buying into the games to fund prizes. If the players aren’t there, the prize money won’t be either. If the halls where you play already offer maximum payouts, then an increase in prize money would require a change in Bingo regulations—which would have to be done by state government. To get state officials behind you will require a process of petitioning, getting Bingo sponsors to support your cause, government hearings, impact studies, and more.
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Dear Aunt Bingo: My feelings about kids at Bingo halls are mixed. Among my sweetest memories growing up was every year at the town festival playing Bingo with all the women in my family: four generations worth. Back then, we were playing for a pound of sugar or a bag of flour. But the prizes didn’t matter. I just enjoyed playing the game and the time together. Now, the pots being in the hundreds and even thousands of dollars these days, I think, changes the picture as it pertains to whether the game is still appropriate for kids. I really don’t want to spoil for anyone else what I enjoyed as a kid. But my gut tells me that encouraging little ones to play for large sums of money isn’t good. CK, Mission Viejo, California Dear CK: Your Bingo prizes were a pound of sugar or a bag of flour? Sounds very Little House on the Prairie to me! I continue to go round and round on this issue of kids and Bingo. Yes, gambling, of which Bingo is a part, can be addicting. So can eating, exercising, and computer gaming. To me, the idea that kids risk gambling addiction if they play Bingo is simply too broad of an assumption. Is it possible? Of course. Is it probable? I think not. In my humble opinion, if kept an occasional fun pastime for young and old alike, then Bingo can and should be enjoyed by everyone. — Aunt Bingo Share your views! Write to Aunt Bingo c/o the Bingo Bugle, P.O. Box 527, Vashon, WA 98070, or email her at STENGL456@aol. com. Be sure to include your name and address (you can request that your name not be published), as typically she will not include anonymous letters in her columns.
2020 Honor Flights Starting Up Soon Last year the Honor Flights Network took 21,000 World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War era veterans from around the country aboard flights to Washington, D.C. Over the years, non-profit HFN has taken over 200,000 veterans on these flights to see the memorials dedicated to them in the nation’s capital. Because of donations, the veterans themselves paid nothing for their trips. The 2020 season will be starting soon. Are you able to go as a volunteer escort to help three veterans for one day? Can you host a fundraiser or donate money? With over 20,000 veterans on a wait list for a trip, volunteers and donations are the most crucial at this point. Your first step is to look at the Honor Flight Network website at www.honorflight.org. Click on Hubs/Flights and find
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The Addams Family (PG) — America’s kookiest family goes head to head with a makeover design TV host in this cute, if relatively mild, animated tale. After being chased out of town after town, the Addamses settle in an abandoned, haunted mental institution on a hill in New Jersey to raise a family, safely away from the judgmental eyes of others. But in the valley below, egomaniacal Margaux Needler (Alison Janney) has built a whole idyllic town to film and sell, marred only by a view of the Addams house. The pressure is on to oust Gomez and Morticia, as children Wednesday and Pugsley fight their own adolescent battles. Zombieland: Double Tap (R) — In 2009, four forces of nature — Tallahassee, Columbus, Little Rock and Wichita (Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Abigail Breslin and Emma Stone, respectively) — banded together and formed a makeshift family, a little slice of heaven in a world overrun with zombies. But it’s been a long 10 years and they could use a few fresh faces. Back out on the road and once again facing threats from
the black dot closest to you. All but five states have hubs with a total of 140 locations. Click on a dot and you’ll find contact information. Click on the website link for your hub. You’ll learn about the local group: fundraisers, links to refer a veteran and more. If you’re a veteran who wants to go alone or with your family, you can go solo and meet up with the larger group in Washington, D.C., if you can secure your own funding and transportation. Another program is the Southwest Lone Eagle, for veterans who have been on the waiting list for more than one year and do not live within 120 miles of a hub. For veterans with a terminal illness, there is the TLC programs, meaning Their Last Chance. For more information, or if there isn’t a hub in your state, call Honor Flight at 937-521-2400. Note to veterans: use of a wheelchair or oxygen are not obstacles to going on one of these trips. zombies, other tough survivors and weird doppelgangers, the crew is just as funny and dangerous as ever. Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (R) — The convenience-store-lurking duo who made their iconic debut in Clerks return to the screen with another misadventure featuring inside jokes, self-deprecating humor and inside jokes. Did I mention the inside jokes? Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) were immortalized in comic book form as Bluntman and Chronic, which Hollywood then monetized without shame. Now, famed director “Kevin Smith” is rehashing the buddies for a movie reboot, and the pair have three days to stop it, with a cavalcade of celebrity cameos along the way. If you love Kevin Smith movies, it’s more of what you already love. But for everyone else, it’s packed with 25 years’ worth of references that aren’t funny if you don’t “get it.” Countdown (R) — The latest craze in smartphone apps is a countdown to your own death. Just plug in your identifying information and the app will tell you, to the second, when you will die. It seems like harmless fun, in the vein of a Buzzfeed quiz — everybody’s doing it and sharing their results. So Quinn (Elizabeth Lail) downloads the app and is given less than three days until her time is up. She links up with stories of other short-timers and tries to find a way to beat the clock. A few fun jump scares are included, but mostly you’ll be wishing for a shorter countdown to the end of the movie.
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Cliffhanger Cliff wasn’t about to be counted out in this race for Kate’s affection. He planned a wonderful day at the casino beginning with Breakfast Bingo, which I particularly like, possibly because it comes with doughnuts attached. I was included in all the festivities, also part of Cliff’s plan of action. After Breakfast Bingo, we wandered around the casino until time for lunch Bingo, which was a new addition and bound to attract a huge crowd. It was indeed crowded and we were lucky to find three places together. For this session, food items were the main topic. One game was a hamburger, another a hot dog while a third was a hardboiled egg. “We are getting more creative with our games,” I commented. “I like that.” Cliff and Kate were not listening to me, so absorbed were they in just staring at each other.
MARCH 2020 Personally, I could see nothing new to stare at. We were not close to winning for the first half, but after intermission, our cards warmed up. Cliff was on for Bonanza, which got our juices flowing and then Kate was on for the next game, one of the food items. And she Bingoed! I was so excited I nearly jumped out my seat, but Kate and Cliff didn’t seem to be paying attention. I had to grab her card and wave it to attract the attention of the nearby worker. After that exciting win, we decided it was time for lunch and chose the buffet special. “This is going to ruin our appetites for dinner,” commented Cliff. “And I had such a great surprise planned. Oh well.” Cliff pretended disappointment, but I could tell he was happy with the way the day was going. It was while we were having lunch that Cliff’s true agenda emerged. “Would you consider not seeing Paul any more?” Clearly, Kate was unprepared for this question and she stammered instead of answering for the moment. “But Paul and I have so much fun together. I would hate to give that up. Besides, what could I possibly tell him that wouldn’t crush him completely?” she finally came out with. “You could tell him your first and only love has come back into your life and that you are considering marrying him.” That stopped us all for the moment and I looked from one to
the other wondering what on earth I was doing here in the midst of this most intimate of moments. “You see,” He continued, “I’m even willing to say it in front of a witness. Now what do you think of that?” “I don’t know what to say or think or do,” said Kate. “I just need some time. Let me think about it.” But that was not to be as at that moment, Paul walked in to the restaurant and up to our table. “Looks like I got here just in time,” said Paul. “At least in time to pick up the check. I would like you all to meet my mother.” And he produced a delicate little lady just the right shape and size to be his mother. “She loves to gamble a bit so I thought I’d bring her just for fun.” (To Be Continued.)
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Allesandra reveals your lucky days for March 2020 GEMINI: May 21 to June 21 1st thru 6th… A fitting win the 2nd! 7th thru 12th… Slick & sure the 11th$$ 13th thru 18th… Hang it up for now 19th thru 24th… Up to you (19th)$ 25th thru 31st… Alive & well 24th!$!
Lucky Predictions for March 2020 ARIES: March 21 to April 19 1st thru 6th… Falls into place the 2nd$$ 7th thru 12th… You’re up for it! (7th) 13th thru 18th… Scope it out (15th)$ 19th thru 24th… None the wiser 20th –score! 25th thru 31st… Talk your way to $$ 29th! TAURUS: April 20 to May 20 1st thru 6th… Near the sea (the 4th)$ 7th thru 12th… Common sense wins! (8th-9th) 13th thru 18th… Take time to win (16th-17th)$$ 19th thru 24th… Wishes come true (22nd)$! 25th thru 31st… You call it (27th-28th)
CANCER: June 22 to July 22 1st thru 6th… Endless possibilities (5th)$! 7th thru 12th… Luck’s in your corner (9th)! 13th thru 18th… GREEN = a win 13th$$ 19th thru 24th… Trick move delivers (23rd)$ 25th thru 31st… Right on the $$ 27th-28th LEO: July 23 to Aug. 22 1st thru 6th… Best chance the 3rd$ 7th thru 12th… Better days ahead 13th thru 18th… ORANGE luck (14th)$ 19th thru 24th… Mild potential 24th 25th thru 31st… Work it (29th)$$ VIRGO: Aug. 23 to Sept. 22 1st thru 6th… BLUE rewards 4th-5th$ 7th thru 12th… You’re ahead 8th-9th & 12th! 13th thru 18th… Luck’s on your side (17th) 19th thru 24th… Time out
25th thru 31st… Get busy 27th-28th$$
LIBRA: Sept. 23 to Oct. 23 1st thru 6th… PURPLE surprise the 2nd$ 7th thru 12th… Hard to keep up the 7th!$! 13th thru 18th… Just ok the 14th 19th thru 24th… Yep, you can do it (19th)! 25th thru 31st… Double trouble the 29th$$ SCORPIO: Oct. 24 to Nov. 21 1st thru 6th… Easily yours the 4th$!$ 7th thru 12th… Rollin’ in dough 8th-9th$$ 13th thru 18th… All about hard cards 17th-18th 19th thru 24th… Money finds you 22nd-23rd$$ 25th thru 31st… Back in the game 27th-28th! SAGITTARIUS: Nov. 22 to Dec. 21 1st thru 6th… In your pocket the 6th$ 7th thru 12th… Some progress the 10th 13th thru 18th… The 14th (or not at all) 19th thru 24th… You got it, 19th & 24th 25th thru 31st… Not this time CAPRICORN: Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 1st thru 6th… Early the 1st!$! 7th thru 12th… All good (wow) 8th-9th & 12th! 13th thru 18th…
All (except 15th-16th) great$$! 19th thru 24th… You magnetize $$ 22nd-23rd 25th thru 31st… Familiar haunt $$ 27th-28th AQUARIUS: Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 1st thru 6th… Give it a try the 2nd$! 7th thru 12th… The 10th is spotty 13th thru 18th… Multiple chances 14th-15th$ 19th thru 24th… Relief in sight the 24th 25th thru 31st… Even you’re surprised (29th)! PISCES: Feb. 19 to March 20 1st thru 6th… Hand it over/get more back (4th) 7th thru 12th… Worth waiting ‘til the 12th$! 13th thru 18th… Great progress 17th-18th! 19th thru 24th… Much more awaits 22nd-23rd$$ 25th thru 31st… No stopping you 27th-28th! Color associations refer to lucky objects, daubers, cards, machines, clothing/jewels you wear, or a dominant color in the room.
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Keeping the Game Alive When was the last time you brought someone “new” to Bingo? For many of us, it’s been a very long time. As the weather gets better, we are getting closer to the start of the travel s e a s o n . Many of us will be h a v i n g friends and relatives in from out of town, or we will be traveling to some distant city. This would be a perfect time to introduce our friends and relatives to Bingo. If they are coming to your town, you already know when and where the Bingo sessions are. If you are traveling to a distant city, it’s easy to go to an Internet search engine and find out when and where Bingo is being played in the place you plan to visit. So many Bingo halls have either closed or cut back on sessions. We ALL need to support the game we love so much to make sure it remains around forever. One other thing: The other night I got yelled at because of the way I reacted the first time N-40 was called. After the caller announced the number, I shouted “FORTY?” Since shouting when N-40 is called is such a sacred part of Bingo, I guess I need to re-explain how that
custom started. From what I hear, it all started at a senior center in Fontana, California (a far-flung suburb of Los Angeles) in the late 1960s. Many of the people there were just finishing up supper, preparing for the start of Bingo. At the end of the meal, the conversation turned to Jack Benny, the comedian who always claimed to be 39 years old. Someone in the group said, “Now if he were forty, that would REALLY be old.” Within a minute, the caller started the game. The first ball out was N-40. All the people who had been talking about Jack Benny shouted … “FORTY!” And, that’s how it all started. Just a couple more things: First, are you a messy dauber or a neat one? When I get home I have ink all over my hands. During the dual dab coverall I really paint my Bingo card. I have to act quickly because, for some reason, callers tend to be faster in calling the dual dab than they are in regular games. I have never figured this out, since I find the dual dab so confusing, I have to daub slower and more cautiously. Finally, a note to Bingo hall managers: Would you PLEASE try to figure out why in many halls it is smokier in the non-smoking section? Maybe the ventilation system is working backward. Next month: A major look in the mailbox. I’m at: bobonbingo@ earthlink.net
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K.C.’s Kooky Kapers Otis is on a short hiatus after his visit to Marti Gras in New Orleans. But I’m here to wish you a very Happy St. Patrick’s Day from me and the Bingo Bugle. So watch out for Leprechauns and I hope you find the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow. So it’s K.C. signing off, wishin’ you the Luck of the Irish!
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TRIVIA 1. U.S. STATES: Which two states share no borders with any other U.S. state? 2. TELEVISION: What is Richie’s last name in the 1970-80s series Happy Days? 3. FOOD & DRINK: What is whey? 4. GAMES: What are “bedposts” in bowling? 5. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What kind of creature is an ocelot? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: By how many Senate votes was President Andrew Johnson spared removal from office after he was impeached by the House? 7. LITERATURE: What is the end of the nursery rhyme that starts: “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall/ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ... “? 8. ASTRONOMY: Which is the largest planet in our solar system? 9. BIBLE: Who was John the Baptist’s father?
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Cell Phones Gone Wild Hi Guy, I am getting more and more aware of an ongoing problem at Bingo—cell phones. Even though players are asked to turn off their phones (and other devices), quite a few are obviously only turning down the volume or putting the phone on mute/ vibrate. How do I know? Because all night while the games are being played you can hear beeps and buzzing and little “pet songs” going off that are people’s ring tones. The mute is the biggest joke: When those phones go off, they vibrate against the tabletop and make very distracting sounds that are worse than the rings! Recently a woman sitting the next row over from me had her phone go off (on vibrate), and after letting it rattle on the table for far too long, she answered it and began a conversation with someone. At first her voice was low, but in typical fashion, the longer she talked the louder she got, until someone near her told her to shut up. She got angry and shouted
back, which of course brought Bingo to a halt while the two argued and workers had to step in and break things up. The most ridiculous part? The entire time the argument was going on, the woman apparently kept her cell phone connection going. After everyone calmed down and the games started again, this idiot woman holds her phone to her face and says: “Do you believe this bunch? And just because we were having a conversation!” Right away, a lot of people began shouting and complaining that the woman was still at it, me included! This time, though, she hung up the phone and kept her mouth shut, after the Bingo caller gave her a warning over the microphone. I want to say that of course, this woman’s behavior and the uproar that followed is an extreme example of “cell phones gone wild.” My hope is that you will publish this letter for Bingo players and Bingo game sponsors to read and hopefully take some kind of official action. There should be a hard and fast regulation that is enforced in all Bingo halls. Look at what they do in movie theaters. They actually run a film telling people to shut off their devices. People at Bingo should do the same. —MBB, Washington
they are not the center of the universe. The idea that phones must be turned off in public venues is unrealistic. At a moment’s notice, spouses may need to reach spouses, children may need to contact parents, and so on. Few, if any, of us have the luxury of being able to turn off the demands of life for a three-hour Bingo outing. People can easily mute the ringtone, turn off vibrate, switch to text and stay connected with the world. If they refuse, then they better be prepared to be harangued by those around them who aren’t going to put up with being disturbed by them. —Guy Hey guys! (And gals!) Write to: Guy’s Turn c/o The Bingo Bugle, P.O. Box 527, Vashon, WA 98070, or email Guy directly at Tonder22@aol.com. Be sure to include your name and address (you may request that your name not be published), as typically Guy will not include anonymous letters in his columns.
Hi MBB, I agree that cell phones are a huge nuisance—at the movies, in stores, at church, at Bingo, etc. What is needed is not stricter regulation, however, but common courtesy from people who must understand once and for all that
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Eight Ways to Get the Edge: Part I of II Play in Tournaments Why play tournaments? Because you are playing against other players and not against the casino, you don’t necessarily have to edge over the casino to be a winner. You just need to play more skillfully than your opponents do. This holds for any casino tournament: blackjack, craps, slots, video poker, etc. Nowadays most casinos hold daily or weekly fun tournaments that cost very little to enter (usually less than $50). As long as the casino puts all the entry fees into the prize pool, you should consider playing them. If blackjack is your game, read Kenneth R. Smith’s book, How to Win Even More Blackjack Tournaments-Vol. 2 for details on playing and betting strategies.
MARCH 2020 Use Gambling Coupons You’ve heard it before but it is worth repeating—use all the gambling coupons you can muster. Why? Because every time you use one, you have the edge! There are many types of gambling coupons: Matchplays, Lucky Bucks, First Card is an Ace, Blackjack Bonus Coupons and more. Jean Scott’s book, More Frugal Gambling, explains each coupon, how they work, and the website for the American Casino Guide lists coupons available through their guide at www. americancasinoguidebook.com. Using gambling coupons is a no brainer. Moreover, as Jean quoted from an anonymous Internet coupon hound: “The question is not whether or not to use coupons, but how many!” Play Blackjack Skillfully One way to gain the edge over the casino is to get the math on your side. Card counting sounds too difficult for you? You can learn Speed Count in less than half an hour and play with an edge (read the book Beat Blackjack Now or watch the Golden Touch Blackjack DVD for details). Play Video Poker Skillfully Here it’s a question of playing the right machine using the right playing strategy while cashing in on comps and/or cash back the casino will give you just for playing. There are legions of smart video poker players that are consistently playing with an edge over the house (that included my late 91-year-old father-in-law Peter, who had quadrupled his
video poker bankroll by playing skillfully). You’ll learn everything you need to know in the Frugal Video Poker (Jean Scott) or Bob Dancer’s book Video Poker for Intelligent Beginners. You can also practice your playing strategies on your computer with Video Poker for Winners. The software will alert you when you make a playing mistake and give you the right play. Moreover, for insurance, bring along a video poker strategy card with you when you play so you will always have the correct play readily available. So why not try video poker this year? Still not convinced? Then ponder this fact. Often the highest paying slot machine on a casino floor pays less then the worst paying video poker machine. Enough said?
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March into Spring! As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point in the wrong direction. — Irish Blessing It’s March. Spring beckons, as does Daylight Saving Time, March 8th. Move your clocks ahead an hour and lose an hour sleep. Yes, just what my tired old body wants to do. On the 17th, bars will be serving green beer and the Chicago River will be running green. This tradition began in 1962 when Stephen Bailey of the Chicago Plumbers Union noticed a worker with bright green coveralls resulting from the dye used to detect leaks into the Chicago River. Bailey suggested dyeing the river green for St Patrick’s Day and so it has been ever since. On the first attempt the river turned green for a week from the basically green food coloring that was dumped into the water. Currently, forty pounds is used and the green water lasts about five hours. However, the green beer that bars serve can be indulged in for much longer. As for me, margaritas are green and I’ll stick with those. Another big event this month is the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, March Madness. The idea for this tournament is credited to Ohio State coach Harold Olsen with the National Association of Basketball Coaches making it a reality in 1939. With 67 games over 21 days, over ten
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