Friday, July 3, 2009

Unsolicited advice for the Poker-8

  1. If you actually end up in court, can the whole "but in America/Canada, it's legal!" crap. That will just piss off the judges.
  2. Be contrite. They've got the evidence they need or else you wouldn't be there. So don't go through the "allegedly" playing poker stuff. Be apologetic, say you didn't understand and you didn't mean to do anything harmful, etc., etc.
  3. Don't talk to the Korean Media Watch anymore. They're getting you to say stupid things because they're on a mission themselves: to show how bad the Korean media is. The worst your situation becomes, the better their story is. Capisce?
  4. Go back in time and not have taken drugs while you were living in Korea, even if it is — as you seem to be trying to make the police believe — while you were outside the country.
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