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January 3, 2016, 9:49 pmGeorgia C-3 January Favorites

January   G E O R G I A    
Best 120 034 870 802 371 238 493 024 923 645
8.3% 857 589                
                     
Better 108 620 309 407 094 506 693 873 594 053
0.0% 063 615 462 986 076 172 235 362 762 463
  539 736                
                     
Good 016 720 690 132 135 751 284 257 792 635
0.0% 468 865 515 535 003 080 033 161 737 488
                     
1/3/2016 21:42 #s Hits Hit %     No 000 111 333 666
  61 1 1.6%     Shows 414 225 499  
Expected hits 17                  
Actual hits 1   2016    
                     
Previous                    
Hot Str8s 409 934 161 403 607 802 823 870    
January                    
Entry #39
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November 10, 2014, 11:51 amA Veteran died today

He was getting old and paunchy
And his hair was falling fast,
And he sat around the Legion,
Telling stories of the past.
 
Of a war that he once fought in
And the deeds that he had done,
In his exploits with his buddies;
They were heroes, every one.
 
And 'tho sometimes to his neighbors
His tales became a joke,
All his buddies listened quietly
For they knew where of he spoke.
 
But we'll hear his tales no longer,
For ol' Joe has passed away,
And the world's a little poorer
For a Veteran died today.
 
He won't be mourned by many,
Just his children and his wife.
For he lived an ordinary,
Very quiet sort of life.
 
He held a job and raised a family,
Going quietly on his way;
And the world won't note his passing,
'Tho a Veteran died today.
 
When politicians leave this earth,
Their bodies lie in state,
While thousands note their passing,
And proclaim that they were great.
 
Papers tell of their life stories
From the time that they were young,
But the passing of a Veteran
Goes unnoticed, and unsung.
 
Is the greatest contribution
To the welfare of our land,
Some jerk who breaks his promise
And cons his fellow man?
 
Or the ordinary fellow
Who in times of war and strife,
Goes off to serve his country
And offers up his life?
 
The politician's stipend
And the style in which he lives,
Are often disproportionate,
To the service that he gives.
 
While the ordinary Veteran,
Who offered up his all,
Is paid off with a medal
And perhaps a pension, small.
 
It is not the politicians
With their compromise and ploys,
Who won for us the freedom
That our country now enjoys.
 
Should you find yourself in danger,
With your enemies at hand,
Would you really want some cop-out,
With his ever-waffling stand?
 
Or would you want a Veteran
His home, his country, his kin,
Just a common Veteran,
Who would fight until the end.
 
He was just a common Veteran,
And his ranks are growing thin,
But his presence should remind us
We may need his likes again.
 
For when countries are in conflict,
We find the Veteran's part,
Is to clean up all the troubles
That the politicians start.
 
If we cannot do him honor
While he's here to hear the praise,
Then at least let's give him homage
At the ending of his days.
 
Perhaps just a simple headline
In the paper that might say:

"OUR COUNTRY IS IN MOURNING,
A VETERAN DIED TODAY."

If you are proud of our Vets, then send this to them. You'll be glad you did.
 
 
 
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October 9, 2014, 12:30 amHong Kong Movie theater

A Hong Kong movie theater asks its patrons to leave their cell phones ON when they enter the movie. 

Using that, Volkswagen made an eye opening ad...

More than 1.5 million views in 3 days! 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/embed/JHixeIr_6BM?rel=0&autoplay=1&iv_load_policy=3

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July 30, 2013, 12:47 pmItalian Auction

Italian Auction - only 44 seconds!
 
You don't have to understand Italian to follow the auctioneer:
A Chinese Ming Vase is up for auction. The bidding opens at a half-million Euros.  (The exchange rate at auction time was 1 Euro = $1.43.)
Bidding is brisk and each bidder is clearly identified as each raises the bid by 100,000 Euros. Within seconds, the bid stalls at one million Euros, and the gasp from the crowd identifies the excitement that prevails in the room. The successful bidder is the last one who bid  one million , and the auctioneer counts down the bid, "Going once, going twice, and sold to the gentleman sitting in front of me for one million Euros."
Now, you are going to have to see the video for yourself.
The auctioneer is exuberant. The pace is fast. This is how an auction should be run. Please note the excitement on the auctioneer's face after the final bid.
 
 
Entry #36
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October 31, 2010, 9:37 pmKY's November favorites:

November
 
K
E
N
T
U
C
K
Y
 
Best
209
073
930
648
860
371
318
347
458
496
 
031
023
045
046
840
870
281
471
165
826
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Better
872
476
756
586
410
107
036
162
921
861
 
423
435
834
395
465
754
748
695
300
206
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Good
270
034
215
134
193
263
238
462
752
727
 
563
357
836
837
388
893
449
689
897
979
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
No Shows
000
007
303
717
991
633
444
667
777
 
Entry #35
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November 11, 2009, 2:54 pmThe old man

                                                         

As I came out of the supermarket that sunny day, pushing my cart of groceries towards my car, I saw an old man with the hood of his car  up and a lady sitting inside the car, with the door open.       
                                                The old man was looking at the engine.  I put my groceries away in my car and continued to watch the old gentleman from about 25 feet away.                                                                   
I saw a young man in his early twenties with a grocery bag in his arm, walking towards the old man. The old gentleman saw him coming too, and took a few steps towards him.  I saw the old gentleman point to his open hood and say something.     
                                                                                                               
The  young man put his grocery bag into what looked like a brand new Cadillac Escalade and then turn back to the old man and  I heard him yell at the old gentleman saying, 'You shouldn't even be allowed to drive a car at your age.'  And then with a wave of his hand, he got  in his car and peeled rubber out of the parking lot.                               
                                                                         
I saw the old gentleman pull out his handkerchief and mop his brow as he went back to his car and again looked at the engine.  He then went to his wife and spoke with  her and appeared  to tell her it would  be okay. I had seen enough and I approached the old man. He saw me coming and stood straight and as I got near him I said, 'Looks like  you're having a problem.'                                                               
                                                                           
  He smiled sheepishly and quietly nodded his head.  I looked under the hood myself and knew that whatever the problem was, it was beyond me.  Looking around I saw a gas station up the road and told the old man that  I would be right back.  I drove to the station and went inside and saw three attendants working on cars.  I approached one of them and related the problem the old man had with his car and offered to pay them if they could follow me back down and help him.                                       
                                                                           
  The old man had pushed the heavy car under the shade of a tree and appeared to be comforting his wife.  When he saw us, he straightened up and thanked me for my help.  As the mechanics diagnosed the problem (overheated engine) I spoke with the old gentleman.                     
                                                                           
  When I shook hands with him earlier, he had noticed my Marine Corps ring  and had commented about it, telling me that he had been a Marine too.  I nodded and asked the usual question, 'What outfit did you serve with?'                                                             
                                                             
He had mentioned that he served with the first Marine Division at Tarawa, Saipan, Iwo  Jima and Guadal canal.  He had hit all the big ones and retired from the Corps after the war was over.  As we talked we heard the car engine come on and saw the mechanics lower the hood.  They came over to us as the old man reached for his wallet, but was stopped by me and I told him I would just put the  bill on my AAA card.               
                                                                           
  He still reached for the wallet and handed me a card that I assumed had  his name and address on it and I stuck it in my pocket.  We all shook hands all around again and I said my goodbye's to his wife..  I then told the two mechanics that I would follow them back up to the station.  Once at the station I told them that they had interrupted their own jobs to come along with me and help the old man.  I said I wanted to pay for the help, but they refused to charge me.                         
                                                                           
One of them pulled out a card from his pocket looking exactly like the card the old man had given to me.  Both of the men told me then, that they were Marine Corps Reserves.  Once again we shook hands all around and as I was leaving, one of them told me I should look at the card the old man had given to me.  I said I would and drove off.                           
                                                                         
For some reason I had gone about two blocks when I pulled over and took the card out of my pocket and looked at it for a long, long time.  The name of the old gentleman was on the card in golden leaf and under his name 'Congressional  Medal of Honor Society.'                     
  I  sat there motionless looking at the card and reading it over and over.
I looked up from the card and smiled to no one but myself and marveled that on this day, four Marines had all come together, because one of us needed help.  He was an old man all right, but it felt good to have stood next to greatness and courage and an honor to have been in his presence. 
   
Remember, OLD men like him gave you FREEDOM for  America .   Thanks to those who served and those who supported them.                           
America is not at war.
The  U.S.  Military is at war.   
America is at the Mall. 
God Bless our servicemen and women !US Flagbg
Entry #34
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October 15, 2007, 8:36 pmLP member (goarmy) makes the news !

I just received a phone call from an old friend, Verlon Cox, otherwise known here on Lottery Post as

Goarmy, Verlon asked me to say hello to all of his ol' friends here on LP and he did give me permission to post this link after I verbally twisted his arm !!

http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=32377

 

Verlon is the second one from the right. 

 

 

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December 13, 2006, 12:20 amBush & Condee, "Hu's on first ?"

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January 15, 2006, 6:09 pmGeorgia Doubles Class/Index

 HHH3Index HHL3IndexHLL3IndexLLL3Index
5883.305153.674492.840013.93
6991.657172.868222.683132.59
6761.499902.851912.522442.18
6881.450551.851182.210331.76
8771.418801.750091.774041.62
7991.239491.671161.692241.43
7571.073881.470061.422231.22
7790.849931.405331.190300.94
9880.831661.347111.144410.91
5950.802550.946221.112120.79
6680.754880.850071.061210.75
6690.722990.782291.021310.45
5850.629910.734640.954340.43
5990.586600.685000.940400.27
8990.576460.634450.800020.25
5650.443660.553360.641010.25
7760.417270.452520.562330.21
5660.267370.395110.313430.14
7550.072660.343730.281410.12
8780.058280.342270.222020.10
4770.214840.22
1880.200080.19
4550.168330.19
7070.144470.10
5530.103390.05    
             
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January 13, 2006, 2:22 pmGeorgia DOUBLEs Stats

 HitsDraw #%1925hits
D514126.70%3.58Average3.58
O403247.64%31Max out31
U302363.32%0.3%0.3
B212474.34%3.13Std Dev.3.13
L124580.78%3.91Index3.91
E111686.55%14Out14
S84790.91%3Med3
47893.35%
G25994.65%
E281096.10%8.65Mxindex
O161196.94%
R141297.66%4.48Asd
G111398.23%
I71498.60%9.91MXsd
A61598.91%
61699.22%
D31799.38%
A51899.64%
T21999.74%
A12099.79%
12199.84%
02299.84%
02399.84%
12499.90%
12599.95%
02699.95%
02799.95%
02899.95%
02999.95%
03099.95%
131100.00%   
Entry #30
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December 11, 2005, 7:53 pmGEorgia hot list-C-3

  12/12/2005 #   Index  
G 3.60 444   3.60 Key-out
E 3.06 165   3.06 9 = 27
0 2.88 679   2.88 0 = 10
R 2.07 108   2.07 8 = 8
G 1.64 188   1.64  
I 1.38 404   1.38 All-out
A 1.26 176   1.26 9 = 99
  1.25 403   1.25 7 = 35
  1.18 614   1.18 4 = 31
Hot 1.12 224   1.12  
List 0.99 379   0.99  
  0.98 223   0.98  
Out 0.95 083   0.95 Due
6X = 0 0.93 019   0.93 Class
3X = 1 0.87 383   0.87 HHL3
T = 64 0.84 064   0.84 HLL6
  0.75 753   0.75  
Hot 0.71 030   0.71 Cold
Pairs 0.64 553   0.64 Pairs
04 0.57 480   0.57 39
46 0.55 299   0.55 29
67 0.55 212   0.55 99
79 0.54 589   0.54 89
12 0.54 445   0.54 06
16 0.51 121   0.51 14
24 0.50 158   0.50 69
14 0.49 991   0.49 55
38 0.47 669   0.47 49
08 0.46 246   0.46 79
  0.39 336   0.39  
  0.37 879   0.37  
  0.31 413   0.31  
  0.20 759   0.20  
  0.19 195   0.19  
  0.17 776   0.17  
  0.13 888   0.13  
  0.12 712   0.12  
  0.09 530   0.09  
  0.07 511   0.07  
  0.04 040   0.04  
  0.00 465   0.00  
           
           
Average Draws Per hit =   4.25  
Current Draws Out =   0  
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November 15, 2005, 1:49 amTenn HOT pairs P-3

For the on-line players.....where the pay-off$ are much larger:

Tenn 68 78 23 69 89 48 59 79 28 57
Hot pairs 486 478 238 996 893 488 579 579 238 579
869 787 322 869 889 478 591 897 822 575
Hit rate 668 578 233 669 869 438 539 197 288 578
57.36% 068 788 123 296 897 084 955 797 825 725
658 178 302 169 928 486 495 979 482 571
Hot #s 386 897 243 964 198 482 259 792 928 057
7, 8, 3 688 378 352 069 899 844 599 079 218 757
618 780 236 569 849 849 569 967 082 357
Cold #s 786 827 273 693 895 548 095 379 827 475
4, 0, 5 286 786 239 967 809 184 895 974 286 567
out 7 5 4 24 1 32 22 6 7 14
max 46 43 53 54 52 60 41 59 67 45
Avg 12 13 14 14 14 15 15 14 15 15  


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November 15, 2005, 1:36 amGEorgia's Doubles - combined stats

 

Hits

Draw #

  %

1925

hits

D

514

1

26.70%

3.58

Average

3.58

O

403

2

47.64%

31

Max out

31

U

302

3

63.32%

27.76%

%

27.76%

B

212

4

74.34%

3.13

Std Dev.

3.13

L

124

5

80.78%

5.86

Index

5.86

E

111

6

86.55%

21

Out

21

S

84

7

90.91%

3

Med

3

47

8

93.35%

G

25

9

94.65%

E

28

10

96.10%

8.65

Mxindex

O

16

11

96.94%

R

14

12

97.66%

6.71

Asd

G

11

13

98.23%

I

7

14

98.60%

9.91

MXsd

A

6

15

98.91%

6

16

99.22%

D

3

17

99.38%

A

5

18

99.64%

T

2

19

99.74%

A

1

20

99.79%

 

1

21

99.84%

0

22

99.84%

0

23

99.84%

1

24

99.90%

1

25

99.95%

0

26

99.95%

0

27

99.95%

0

28

99.95%

0

29

99.95%

0

30

99.95%

1

31

100.00%

 

 

 

Guitarbg     (combined draws, of course..)
Entry #27
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September 12, 2005, 1:24 amTN Hot list 9/12 week

99.9

#

 

Index

Stats

2.00

322

 

2.00

Key - out

1.76

337

 

1.76

8 - 7

1.74

102

 

1.74

1 - 6

1.73

787

 

1.73

3 - 6

1.67

575

 

1.67

ALL - out

1.58

082

 

1.58

4 - 108

1.51

928

 

1.51

1 - 58

1.45

579

 

1.45

3 - 40

1.44

233

 

1.44

Root  - 8

1.41

273

 

1.41

Qsum - 7

1.36

628

 

1.36

Dsum - 3

1.26

478

 

1.26

Due pairs

1.21

893

 

1.21

41.43%

1.13

627

 

1.13

55

1.06

996

 

1.06

28

0.92

693

 

0.92

47

0.85

474

 

0.85

45

0.81

071

 

0.81

48

0.77

548

 

0.77

01

0.62

825

 

0.62

44

0.61

539

 

0.61

33

0.54

749

 

0.54

22

0.54

486

 

0.54

77

0.51

466

 

0.51

Hot pairs

0.47

127

 

0.47

56.01%

0.47

149

 

0.47

78

0.46

849

 

0.46

68

0.42

177

 

0.42

23

0.37

897

 

0.37

79

0.34

676

 

0.34

89

0.33

122

 

0.33

48

0.30

178

 

0.30

59

0.25

725

 

0.25

69

0.23

243

 

0.23

28

0.22

239

 

0.22

57

0.21

869

 

0.21

 

0.19

352

 

0.19

Due Class

0.10

378

 

0.10

HLL3

0.07

979

 

0.07

HHL3

0.05

964

 

0.05

LLL6

0.03

259

 

0.03

HHH6

         
         
 

draws/hit

 

2.51

 
 

out

 

3

 

 

Guitarbg  no stacks, no Vtracs, no auto plate numbers...just the facts....best wishes !  Bob

Last Edited: September 12, 2005, 1:30 am

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May 22, 2005, 12:04 amGeorgia Hot list

 

#

InX

GA

G

053

3.06

 

E

158

2.11

Key

out

O

403

1.57

7

5

R

870

1.50

1

4

G

645

1.24

9

4

I

195

1.11

 

A

820

1.07

ALL

out

s

019

0.89

9

41

614

0.84

0

34

379

0.82

1

34

H

064

0.82

 

O

413

0.71

 

T

589

0.57

 

Cold

T

712

0.50

 

Pairs

E

165

0.38

 

59

S

879

0.27

 

15

T

083

0.27

 

49

679

0.24

 

C

176

0.21

 

Hot

O

108

0.19

 

Pairs

M

753

0.14

 

12

B

024

0.08

 

78

O

647

0.07

 

79

s

246

0.02

 

480

0.02

 

Root

 

 

 

2

draws/hit

5.38

 

draws out

2

 

Last Edited: May 22, 2005, 12:07 am

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