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Old 11-19-2008, 07:39 AM
Location: State of Being
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Originally Posted by justforfun View Post
My wife and I live in the Clinton, Oak Ridge, Powell area here in TN and would like to find a couple to play various card games like Euchre, Hand & Foot ect. Hard to find card player in the Bible Belt.
HEE HEE HEE. Had to laugh at that one. Bible belt? Hard to find a card player????? My family is pre-Rev War (both sides) here in NC, and we all grew up playing cards. In fact, in my church, card games were one of the things the kids got together to do for entertainment on the weekend. It is free, easy to learn and anyone can join in.

Whatever the reasons for your not finding other card players . . . it has NOTHING to do w/ NC being over run w/ people who think card playing is somehow EVIL!!!

What about Bridge? The South is FULL of Bridge players! Dear me. Where do these stereotypes come from????????
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