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Lemmy, the nickname for Ian Fraser Kilmister, is a singer and bassist for the speed metal band Motorhead.

Lemmy has been the only consistent member of Motorhead since the first lineup was created in 1975. Over the years several musicians have filled the spots at the drums and guitar but Lemmy stayed consistent.

Lemmy also has had several reoccuring problems with drugs. In fact in 2005 he openly stated that he believed that heroin use should be legalized, saying that it would eliminate the drug dealers from society. Lemmy has made other controversial statements regarding drugs even when he was a member of Hawkwind.
"We want to be so loud that if we moved in nextdoor to you your lawn would die." -Lemmy
by Sid Barrett January 26, 2008

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Ok quick sidenote with all the Texas Hold 'Em on TV how the hell is there no definition for it yet on here? Oh well, I guess I get the honors!

Texas Hold 'Em is a type of poker game that can be played with 2-10 players. The dealer can either be a designated dealer who does not play or the dealer can be a player. Texas Hold 'Em is called a community game which means that there are community cards that everyone who has bet or checked into the hand can use. It can be played with either a limit or with no limit, the later of the 2 being the one you'll see on TV.

Texas Hold 'Em follows the poker set of winning cards: high card, pair, 2 pair, 3 of a kind, straight, flush, full house, 4 of a kind, straight flush, Royal Flush.

Texas Hold 'Em is played with a set of rules which may vary in some cases. The cards are dealt either to the left of the dealer or to the left of the button which is used in designated dealer games. There is then a round of betting after which the dealer burns, or discards a card, and shows 3 cards face up on the table which is called the flop. Another round of betting happens after this and then the dealer discards another card and shows another card face up called the turn. This same process is repeated and the last card is called the river. A final round of betting follows and players still in the hand reveal their hands to see who wins the pot.

In almost all poker games Texas Hold 'Em has a system of how to play your hand. During the betting periods a person can fold, or give up, their hand; they can call, or equal the previous bet or raise; they can raise or put additional money into their bet; they can check if they are on the big blind (that comes later) or if everyone before them has checked; after the flop, turn or river they can bet and lastly they can go all-in and risk all of their chips.

There are also some additional rules to the game. With antes everyone contributes the same number of chips to the pot but with blinds the 2 people either to the left of the dealer in a dealer-plays game or to the left of the button in a designated dealer game put in blinds. The person closest to the button or dealer puts in the small blind and the person to their left puts in the big blind which is the starting bet. The person who puts in the big blind is the last person to act on their hand in all rounds of betting and can initially check on the big blind. The person who puts in the small blind can call the big blind and puts in chips equal to the amount of the big blind which includes the money they already put in with the blind. In the case that 2 players come out with the same exact winning hand there is a split pot in which both players receive exactly half of the chips or money in the pot. In the case that 2 players both have something like a full house or flush a high-card dominant standard is used. If a player is forced to go all in yet other people who still have money to bet want to put in addition money then a side pot is started which the all-in person can not win; this is done with each person who is all-in with other players who wish to bet more chips. A player is eliminated from the game when they have no more money or chips left.
We played poker last night and the only game Johnny knew how to play was Texas Hold 'Em, he'd seen it on TV so much but had no clue how to play Low Chicago or The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.
by Sid Barrett August 07, 2007

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BFC stands for Big Fucking Can, the 32 fluid ounce size of Monster energy drinks. For now they come in the regular flavor and the Heavy Metal flavor.

For an experimental user of energy drinks: something too tough to handle.

For regular users: a challenge to finish, bragging rights sold seperately.

For pre-occupied users: screw sex, they'd pop one over busting one.

For addicts: drinking 3 daily might as well be The Eleventh Commandment
The crew was good to go clubbing, they'd all had BFCs before they left for the night.
by Sid Barrett May 21, 2008

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The Beer-Liquor Rule is a guideline for alcohol consumption that goes like this:

"Liquor before beer, nothing to fear. Beer before liquor, never been sicker."

The placement of the 2 relationships doesn't matter whether one's before the other, as several drunks have argued it as long as they rhyme you've got the idea of the Rule.
Sonia forgot the Beer-Liquor Rule on a Friday night and missed her hair appointment the next morning.
by Sid Barrett February 02, 2008

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CDC stands for Centers for Disease Control. Without the people who work there and other disease research places we'd all have crabs and cat scratch fever. Also in other cases they have a tendency to overreact to things.
Made up statement #1 from the CDC : We're working in conjuction with researchers from the United States Army and Navy to find long-term treatments to the ongoing but controlled MRSA outbreak.

Made up statement #2 from the CDC : OMGWTFBBQ a huge case of emola has taken over the free world as we know it and we should all evacuate the planet!!!! We're all gonna die!!!!
by Sid Barrett January 14, 2008

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The largest public university (and primier party school) of New England.
You know you go to UConn if...

1. You live in Storrs CT at all
2. You walk miles to get to football games
3. You can fill all the spots in a 10-person drinking waterfall and still go to 8 AM classes the next morning
4. You hate Northeastern University for taking the husky as their official mascot first
5. A tent is your dorm room during basketball season
by Sid Barrett February 22, 2008

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1. A huge 1970's Blues Rock supergroup. Released a self-titled song which is played on classic rock radio to this day. They went on hiatus in 1982 but returned in 1986 and were active until 2002.

2. A song by the above band which has been covered so many times that Einstein couldn't come up with a mathematical equation to figure it out.
I went to the Bad Company concert last night and everyone went crazy when the song Bad Company came on.
by Sid Barrett October 12, 2007

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