|Posted: September 18, 2006, 5:07 pm - IP Logged|
This can't be work...because if it was, I would be fired by now. The method I have developed to date involves me carefully and maticulasly selecting, changing, modifying and then out of final frustration, scribbingly down several variations of number sets, after which I promptly and deliberately smear the ink as such that I can not tell the 8 from the 3 or the 0. Then, once all the teeth knashing, nail biting (does keep my nails trim and clean on those days at least) and several excederine migraine and no-doz pills. I drive right by the convience store and completely forget to even play any number only to discover that not only did I have a really good set of numbers to play, they would have actually won me some money had I stopped and bought those numbers. Then of course, on those occasions (way too many to mention) of when I actually stop and purchase those numbers I have carefully plotted and picked and clearly noted, I wait patiently only to discover that not a damn number hits.
So you see, this can not be work. For my real job title is "Estimator" in which I have to guess the value of what something could possibly be worth. If I am lucky, I am just under the Competition with my price. But I occasionally get really worried when the Customer tells me that I have a "REALLY" good number, it's like, ut oh, what did I forget this time. But all said and done, if I didn't "Estimate" at my real job any better then I do at lottery numbers, well, let's just say there would be one more pan handler on the streets of Atlanta (hummm...and I hear they do really well and their income is tax free...maybe I should reconsider, hummm....)
Anyway, have fun folks,