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Posted Monday, January 24, 2011 03:51 PM

Look At This Trick (lol)

Posted Monday, January 24, 2011 03:45 PM


I just wanted to post these here before I'm unable to access them on the site any longer (I'm disappointed that I can only go so far back).
Don't get it twisted, there were plenty of losses in between these (mostly on one game)!

Dec 27 4:12pm 4 Team Parlay - Winner 25.00 to win 281.26 281.26      1.  Basketball - Orlando Magic - spread -4½ (-130)
        for the entire game held on Dec 27 at 7:05pm [winner]   2.  Basketball - Atlanta Hawks - spread +3½ (-130)
        for the entire game held on Dec 27 at 8:05pm [winner]   3.  Basketball - Los Angeles Clippers - moneyline (+105)
        for the entire game held on Dec 27 at 10:05pm [winner]   4.  Basketball - Dallas Mavericks - spread +1½ (-110)
        for the entire game held on Dec 27 at 8:05pm [winner]
Jan 4 6:49pm 4 Team Parlay - Winner 35.00 to win 478.16 478.16      1.  Basketball - Miami Heat - spread -9½ (-110)
        for the entire game held on Jan 4 at 7:35pm [winner]   2.  Basketball - Atlanta Hawks - moneyline (-220)... [More]

Posted Monday, November 22, 2010 08:54 PM

Some simple betting tips to consider, FWIW...

1. Prefer home teams!
2. Don't fall in love with a pick.
3. Don't bet on bad teams (duh)!!! Just winners. 
4. Prefer Moneylines and buy points on spreads.
5. Don't rush in.
6. Don't take it just because it's on T.V.
7. Think twice.
8. Consider the flow of the team/their momentum. (Are they hot/due?)
9. Don't jinx it! (Call it a lock/sure thing.)
10. Take parlays!
11. Think twice!
12. Don't take large spreads where meaningless points can kill your wager.
13. Prefer Moneylines to totals.
14. Only bet totals, team totals and half wagers selectively and with confidence (focus on straight up!). 


Posted Monday, November 22, 2010 08:14 PM

Mystery: How Wealth Creates Poverty in the World

By Michael Parenti

There is a "mystery" we must explain: How is it that as corporate investments and foreign aid and international loans to poor countries have increased dramatically throughout the world over the last half century, so has poverty? The number of people living in poverty is growing at a faster rate than the world's population. What do we make of this?

Over the last half century, U.S. industries and banks (and other western corporations) have invested heavily in those poorer regions of Asia, Africa, and Latin America known as the "Third World." The transnationals are attracted by the rich natural resources, the high return that comes from low-paid labor, and the nearly complete absence of taxes, environmental regulations, worker benefits, and occupational safety costs.

The U.S. government has subsidized this flight of capital by granting corporations tax concessions on their overseas investments, and even paying some of their relocation expenses---much to the outrage of labor unions here at home who see their jobs evaporating.

The transnationals push out local businesses in the Third World and preempt their markets. American agribusiness cartels, heavily subsidized by U.S. taxpayers, dump surplus products in other countries at below cost and undersell local farmers. As Christopher Cook describes it in his Diet for a Dead Planet, they expropriate the best land in these countr... [More]


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