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Clear-headed thinking

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Last Edited: June 29, 2005, 7:47 am

I read somewhere about fifty years ago that you can tell the exact moment of dawn by holding a white thread at arms length and when you're able to distinguish whether the thread is black or white, it's dawn.  I've always intended to try that sometime.  But I've never been able to make it a priority enough to remember to do it.  Can't think of a single reason, that time of the morning, to want to know the exact moment of dawn.

You can get a fair bead on when it is because of all the night critters tucking themselves in and yawning, and all the day critters walking around yawning and wiping the sleep from their eyes.  Makes it a good time for the cats, because nothing's as alert as it might be, except felines.

Occasionally one of the closeby people will see a pair of coyotes run between our houses on their way to a lair in that pile of wood in the thicket yonder about this time, but after they've killed a few pets bunched up too closely together in time, things tend to get too hot for them to be showing themselves for a while.

But I see I'm rambling .... I was planning to offer up a few observations about those MM numbers last night, but I think I'd best put on some coffee, instead, and go out front for another smoke while I wait for it to burble.

Jack

 

 

 

 

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four4meComment by four4me - June 29, 2005, 11:40 am
Jack there is one other problem with the drawing and history of the numbers they draw. For the most part they draw the numbers from the same machine sometimes they take the game on the road like last week when they drew the numbers in calif. they used their machines and balls. Then when the game goes back to the home state they use the balls and machines there. This puts a blank spot in the mix of things because they aren't using the same equipment.

So knowing this i think one should eliminate the drawing that were done on the road. This creates another problem because i don't know where that information is. It will be har to keep track of the different states the drawing were held and run two seperat historys.

That why i said what i did in the other post. We have to keep every draw as a seperate individual draw and not concern ourselves with history so much just because they might have drawn the number 50 30 times and the number 3 only 3 times dosn't mean either are due to be drawn. Sure it's fun to see and work the history looking for ways to beat the odds. But we haven't a clue as to what their going to do next. I have tried using some of your ideas long before you started posting them and found that when they take the game on the rod it screws up the history because they usually draw numbers that aren't in the mix of the history. And by them doing that they know it puts a damper on peoples attemts to use history to conjur up some numbers related to prvious draws.

however it dosent hurt to try different approaches to win the game using history because we don't know the outcome until the fat lady sings. YEEEEEEEEEE HAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

Pardon all spelling errors i'm rushing round trying to get stuff done for the weekend trip.
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Comment by Rip Snorter - June 29, 2005, 11:29 pm
I'm giving your remarks a lot of thought. Thanks Four4me
J

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