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How About Creating something similar to Horse racing gambling...

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Honduras
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Posted: July 21, 2011, 9:06 am - IP Logged

Have an idea: Invent a new sport....You see how they got horse racing???? Why not create a pool as long as the horse racing track, with seats and all for people to bet and observe...Instead of calling it, horse racing gambling we will call it: swimming racing gambling...

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    Posted: July 23, 2011, 10:19 pm - IP Logged

    Hmm..that sure would be interesting to watch!

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      Posted: July 23, 2011, 10:47 pm - IP Logged

      Have an idea: Invent a new sport....You see how they got horse racing???? Why not create a pool as long as the horse racing track, with seats and all for people to bet and observe...Instead of calling it, horse racing gambling we will call it: swimming racing gambling...

      pumpi76, you are an idea factory,but horse racing wasn't invented,it was developed from something ppl. just naturelly choose to do,racing their own horses. Smile

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