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Funny Billiards Pictures

Hello! In this post, I thought I’d share a short post that I found on Pinterest. It’s an image that’s more towards the peaceful side of shooting pool with cue sticks, and not with guns.

Safe PoolIt’s not much, but it’s pretty much self-explanatory, and I do hope that you like this. Please share on social media, and if you would like to add anything in regards to this posting, please do so in the comments section below. Thanks for stopping by.

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    I have to wonder how many people get shot over games of pool per year in the pool halls of America? This is a question that could really give us an inside look into the seedy underbelly of billiards! Maybe if more inner city youth were introduced to pool at a young age they would do just that; shoot pool instead of people.


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      Hi Rhett! Thanks for the comment. To answer your question, there is no exact number. I would have to say that it’s pretty much tongue in cheek at best. I wouldn’t be surprised if an incident ever happened. If so, there would be reportings in newscasts. I feel that your question should be asked as there can definitely be some illegal activity going on in billiards. Hopefully, there are no more shootings and peace has been restored where people of all ages shoot pool instead of people. Thanks for stopping by. Cheers!


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    Hi Armand,
    thank you for showing the funny side of “shooting” and introducing a little bit of humor to this normally serious sport. I play pool by my self and I really love it, the foto is awesome.
    I have had a look on the other posts that you have written and they are really interesting.
    Thank you and have a great day!
    Simon


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      Thanks for finding this to be an interesting post, Simon. I was trying to put some humor on this site, and thought to myself, why not post this? I feel shooting should be aimed towards pool and taking photos. But, since this is a billiards site, I’ve decided to focus the shooting on the latter. I would like to thank you for stopping by, and feel free to come back to leave a comment on any post or page on this site. I look forward to hearing from you again. Cheers!

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