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March 5, 2005, 9:47 pmSick
Gonna be off for a while, think it's the flu
March 4, 2005, 4:03 pmAZ PLP's for 3/4
PLP's for tonight: 222 232 042 152 673
Purse was wrong from previous blog. Forgot to account for no box play on triples.
Purse should read: -$4.oo
Think I'm coming down with something, feeling sick, will expound later.
Good luck to everybody!
March 4, 2005, 11:48 amWaaaaaay Off
The sun is rising in the east to silhouette Mt. Baldy here in the White Mountains. The morning breeze from the land of the Hopi and the Navaho on the Colorado Plateau to the north is drifting south to greet the foggy mist rising from and clinging to the Mogollon Rim from Fort Apache below. Life is good. What more could you ask for?
A winning number maybe? Patience, play them and they will come.
Not even close last night but remember there were only two PLP's in the rotation and one will be added today as one Stupor Pick is retired.
Arizona's winning number last night: 357
There were 36 all states predictions. There were 2 Arizona predictions.
Congrats joyjoy8, all states: 573
PLP Stats: 0-1 Purse: -$5.00
By the way, I am playing these numbers .50 Straight and .50 Box each and will reflect the actual Arizona payoffs in the purse as they accrue: $250 str, $80 3 way box and $40 6 way box, which may differ from the prediction page totals. (I don't know, I'm new here)
I am doing this because I'm interested in seeing the results of a moronic system over the long term compared to wheeling and number crunching and though I won't be betting more than the minimum, I will be playing all the numbers each time. It's a lark, but I think it will be interesting. (for me anyway)
I will post the new numbers for tonight as soon as I get back from the Circle K.(Not that I think anybody would really play them) Circle K is our version of 7-11 here if you're not familiar with it.
Thanks to everybody here for being nice to a new guy.
Last Edited: March 4, 2005, 11:50 am
March 4, 2005, 2:59 amLaunch
Well, after painstaking review, highly technical fine tuning and considerable tweaking, the 7-11 Parking Lot Protocol System with Gas Pump Back-up is ready for it's debut and has posted numbers for March 3rd for Arizona.
As I write this it is now 12:15 am Mountain Time and the numbers were drawn at 10:25 pm. I don't check my numbers til daylight because I don't like to go to bed in a bad mood.
This system, while revolutionary in scope, magnitude and a bunch of other stuff, can be utilized successfully by anyone from high rollin' wheelers, college professors and math whizzes to common schmucks. It is simple and costs you only $5 a day to play.
There are five Pick 3 numbers posted daily. Each day, one number is removed from the front end and replaced by another on the back end resulting in a five day run for each number.
The initial posting actually only includes two bonafide Parking Lot Picks on the back end, 042 and 152. The preceding 3 numbers which I will show below in the complete list are what I call Stupor Picks. These are numbers that came to me in a stupor. They will complete the launch cycle in 1, 2, and 3 days respectively and then it will be only pure PLP's (Parking Lot Picks) in the rotation.
The Numbers: 888 222 232 042 152
Tomorrow's post will have 888 removed from the rotation, the other numbers will move forward and a new PLP will follow 152, get it?
The predictions are for Arizona but I'm sure they will roll across the country like a mighty wave.
There will be no posts for Sundays as Brigham Young's minions in the Arizona State House are presently trying to save my soul.
Though I will still issue Stupor Picks from time to time in this blog, you can rest assured that the posted predictions will only include pure, unadulterated Parking Lot Picks from the pristine stillness of the world's largest Ponderosa pine forest atop the grandiose and magnificent White Mountains of Arizona.
This system, followed with diligence, a sense of respect, propriety and decorum, kept me awash in whiskey for 2 years until it's ill-advised abandonment after a two month dry spell.