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Another shot at the 'balancing act'

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Last Edited: December 30, 2005, 2:19 pm

Hi blogsters:

These numbers appear to be out of balance today in favor of hitting on the Pick 5 and Pick 6 draws all over the board:

3 11 22 23 31 33 34 35 36 37 42 44 46 48 49 52 55

These appear to be 'out of balance' and shouldn't be hitting anywhere at all.

 13 17 18 19 24 25 26 28 29 32 38 39 43

Crazy?  Probably.  Don't bet on them one way or the other.  But if you are interested, keep an eye on them.

I've posted some pick 5 wheels based on the premise.  If you feel inclined you can watch the wheels more easily than you can look for the numbers in the results.

But if you find it entirely too outter space, just don't look at all.

Jack

 

Entry #513

Comments

1.
Comment by Rip Snorter - December 30, 2005, 4:39 pm
This shouldn't make any difference because I trust you blogsters have the good sense not to put any money on this until after it's swept all the pick 5 games off the charts, and Mega Millions, tonight.

By which time it will be too late.

However, I'll mention anyway that 48 was a screw-up. 48s a Communist and definitely ought to be over on the RED side of that list.

Ain't no 48 going to hit nowhere nuthun today.

Remember where you heard it.

But don't put up any money on it.

Jack
2.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - December 30, 2005, 10:13 pm
LOL Numbers not doing what we want them to do? Sorta like people? BTW, what I want you to do is read the poems I posted and comment on them. What are the odds of that? LOL BTW, happy new year to ya Jack, you 'ol Rip Snorter you, whatever that is. . .
p.s. good luck with those wiggly numbers, LOL               TA
3.
LOTTOMIKEComment by LOTTOMIKE - December 30, 2005, 10:53 pm
that 48 is a red belly yellow coward.it ain't gonna show.......and if it does it needs to be shot on sight.....
4.
Comment by Rip Snorter - December 31, 2005, 7:52 am
LottoMike:
You've got him figured. A sneaking, thieving redistribution of the wealth low-life craven pinko commie of the left-handed variety. Shootin's too good for 48. Thanks for the Commie... er, comment.
J

TA:

Morning to you. Thanks for the comment.
I'm figuring to get around to reading your blog and will certainly comment as I've done in the past. Hi hodds. figure on it.

Happy one to you also, TA. It's whatever you make it out to be.

For me a Happy New Year is a year beginning a person agrees with himself to be happy and grateful during. I usually wrap up the ending of the last year with a lot of gratitude for the ups and downs of that one, try to put a nice wrapper on it, tie a purdy bow knot on it, and set it off to the side to make room for all the stuff coming down during the next one.

But one of my goals for every new year is to live it, or die during it, concurrent with looking it over pretty carefully, sniffing all around it, and making sure I'm properly grateful for all the subtlties.

Have a grateful, happy new year.

Jack

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