Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:16PM, winningthought wrote:
Have faith Angela. Just close you eyes and do it
I'm on NO. Just responding to the idiocy of slips comments!
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:19PM, tomtimtum wrote:
Did you get on No Charlie??
I did Tom. Several times but also laid off as well. Had a squillion bets. Been all over the place but favouring No thanks to you.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:23PM, GRANTCKING wrote:
some people on here done their absolute conkers
Not Me Granty!
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:31PM, ayt wrote:
i did nt noticed that tom
FAIL TO PREPARE AND PREPARE TO FAIL
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:31PM, Charlie wrote:
Have the special kind of smugness you get from backing your judgement really hard, past the point of significant anxiety; having it all go wrong being within a short arm's reach then winning anyway. I'm more relieved than smug though. Even took my back of yes at 3.1 out (although would have been able to lay off after a bump down) as was so convinced once it started raining again.
Market still not totally convinced. Pretty sure you can't put a fork in it now though: there may be some lighter rain and even a short while with just cloud but then there's heavy stuff coming after that.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:39PM, pxb wrote:
The rain rotation is from the south and no chance of a rain break any time soon IMO.
That's how I see it too.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:45PM, mcfc1981 wrote:
is that on tv?
I could not find one on saturday!
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:47PM, Fatslogger wrote:
Just took on another couple of grand at 1.17 then 1.16 to celebrate.
Don't think theres any chance we get a game but there is a chance that something may happen to make the market fly out!
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:48PM, tomtimtum wrote:
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:47PM, Fatslogger wrote:Just took on another couple of grand at 1.17 then 1.16 to celebrate.Don't think theres any chance we get a game but there is a chance that something may happen to make the market fly out! Brave man!
Thought it would bobble up as the skies slightly cleared. My total exposure is only a bit above what I lost on the CL final. Be bloody, bold and resolute. This is best value all game, I think, as almost no uncertainty left.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:55PM, pxb wrote:
Kipling's IF, which my mother used to quote to me as a child, comes to mind.
MacBeth trumps If, especially as I don't think this is good advice for gamblers:
If you can make one heap of all your winnings; And risk it all on one turn of pitch-and-toss,; And lose, and start again at your beginnings; And never breath a word about your loss
Jun 5, 2017 -- 8:58PM, Charlie wrote:
I did once many years ago and it was very nice. Too much hastle for me these days though.
Brewed cider three years back when we had a lot of apples, which was really good once you got past it tasting very different to any cider you'd had before, pretty sour and strong as the Hulk.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:00PM, tomtimtum wrote:
I prefer Invictus In the fell clutch of circumstance I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed.
Very good, have heard that but didn't know it.
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:03PM, Charlie wrote:
Poetry my arse.
Oh my, I will forever picture you as Jim Royle from now on
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:03PM, DStyle wrote:
encouraging the crowd to go home now by playing some coldplay/
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:05PM, Charlie wrote:
Did you write it?
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:19PM, Charlie wrote:
It means seize the moment or regret it. Very apt.
Yes, very nice
Jun 5, 2017 -- 9:16PM, tomtimtum wrote:
now tell us what it means FS
Actually got obsessed by it around the same time I got obsessed by a girl I kept failing to ask out.