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Two retired Tibetan Sisters reveal Secret Numbers

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Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:13 am - IP Logged

They definitly didn't have home computers in 1900!

But lotteries go way back:

http://www.historyoflottery.com/beginnings.html

"The presence of lottery games can be traced all the way back to as early as between 205 and 187 B.C. during the Han Dynasty in what is now China. It is believed that the game Keno, a lottery-like game that is still currently played in modern day casinos, originated at the time. It is thought that even back then lotteries were used to finance government projects, including one of the most famous, the Great Wall of China."

I already addressed this by saying I was aware of old lotteries, but we were specifically talking about the P-3 because of the two ladies, and i can guarantee you they didn't have p-3 back then. lol What did they use, three paper bags with wooden balls? Green laugh


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    Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:22 am - IP Logged

    They definitly didn't have home computers in 1900!

    But lotteries go way back:

    http://www.historyoflottery.com/beginnings.html

    "The presence of lottery games can be traced all the way back to as early as between 205 and 187 B.C. during the Han Dynasty in what is now China. It is believed that the game Keno, a lottery-like game that is still currently played in modern day casinos, originated at the time. It is thought that even back then lotteries were used to finance government projects, including one of the most famous, the Great Wall of China."

    Jammy Jammy Jammy, when was the last time you were out in the sunshine?

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      Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:24 am - IP Logged

      They definitly didn't have home computers in 1900!

      But lotteries go way back:

      http://www.historyoflottery.com/beginnings.html

      "The presence of lottery games can be traced all the way back to as early as between 205 and 187 B.C. during the Han Dynasty in what is now China. It is believed that the game Keno, a lottery-like game that is still currently played in modern day casinos, originated at the time. It is thought that even back then lotteries were used to finance government projects, including one of the most famous, the Great Wall of China."

      Of course we all know the lottery was only played twice a year back in those days though.

      Cuz it took that long to chisel your numbers into a rock.

      And then in 196 B.C., there was that famous wildcat strike called by the Chinese Chiselers Union members despite the pleas of President Won-hung-lo.

      And as we all know from history, that strike went on for many years.

      At which point the Chinese Chiselers quit the union and decided to go into the business of exporting shoddy consumer products that break after a couple months of use.


                                                   
                           
                                               

       

       

       

       

                                                                                                         

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        Of course we all know the lottery was only played twice a year back in those days though.

        Cuz it took that long to chisel your numbers into a rock.

        And then in 196 B.C., there was that famous wildcat strike called by the Chinese Chiselers Union members despite the pleas of President Won-hung-lo.

        And as we all know from history, that strike went on for many years.

        At which point the Chinese Chiselers quit the union and decided to go into the business of exporting shoddy consumer products that break after a couple months of use.

        I Agree! I think their business slogan was "When break, buy new"

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          Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:36 am - IP Logged

          so is everyone saying this is BS

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            I Agree! I think their business slogan was "When break, buy new"

            Yep! We make, you take, it break, we make again, you take again, it break again, we make again, you take again, it break again, we make again, you take again...

            Then we use your money to build world largest military power.

            Then we call shots. Thumbs Up


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

            "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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              Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:49 am - IP Logged

              so is everyone saying this is BS

              It was a joke, helpmewin.

              It's made the rounds here before.


                                                           
                                   
                                                       

               

               

               

               

                                                                                                                 

              "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

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                so is everyone saying this is BS

                Any system is a good system, when it works.


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                  Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:56 am - IP Logged

                  so is everyone saying this is BS

                  I believe WinD is just having some innocent fun with us all. The concept is real, and it does work fairly well, but I question the story about the two ladies, the guy who supposedly owned this list which was stolen from him by the two ladies, and especially a guy named Dr. Simpleton. The last one really gives it away. Green laugh

                   

                  I have yet to see one link to to any story from the NY Times, or Dr. Simpleton from the Reader's digest. I even punched in the keywords Dr. Simpleton and reader's digest and got nothing. Same with an internal search about this story from the N.Y. Times' own search box.

                  All we have so far is supposed statements from Dr. Simpleton and a picture of him, a few pictures of some Tibetian looking people with no verifiable source to check out.

                  Heck, anyone can post a picture here and write something to explain it.

                   

                   

                  AP: This just in, Dr. Abercrombie has verified this story to be true through an independent investigation and found these numbers to work well in most states.

                  math

                   

                   

                  Below are pictures from the two ladies who have the secret list. They were making meth when something terribly went wrong and a fire ensued losing a portion of the secret list of numbers that made them millions.

                  aztec

                   

                   

                   

                   

                  And below is the picture of the poor guy who they stole the list from. After drinking some really old musty yogurt drink made from buffalo milk he awoke the next day and the two ladies were gone. For his generosity, they left him a pair of old shoes, some cigarettes, and an open jar of half eaten peanut butter.

                  aztec

                   

                   

                   

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                    Posted: April 29, 2013, 12:01 pm - IP Logged

                    Where can I buy the list?

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                      The Great Wall lof China was actually financed by Keno........the original Keno tickets were 80 Chinese alphabet characters (there are over 50,000, most Chinese never learn them all). People played their names, not numbers.

                      There was an old toime gambling book, maybe one of John Scarne's, that had a drawing of one of them.

                      Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

                      Lep

                      There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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                        The Great Wall lof China was actually financed by Keno........the original Keno tickets were 80 Chinese alphabet characters (there are over 50,000, most Chinese never learn them all). People played their names, not numbers.

                        There was an old toime gambling book, maybe one of John Scarne's, that had a drawing of one of them.

                        I predict that system will be used again to finance government projects here, CT.

                        There will be a new way of paying for your tickets though.

                        You will pay through a new banking process called the "Cyprus Withdrawal".


                                                                     
                                             
                                                                 

                         

                         

                         

                         

                                                                                                                           

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                          so is everyone saying this is BS

                          AYE helpmewin LOL

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                            Where can I buy the list?

                            I will give you a good price on it. How about $19.95 plus S&H?  Now if you can't wait for the 3-4 week delivery, you can look

                            at the 3rd post on this thread.  LOL

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                            The numbers will tell you what numbers to play. Pay attention to the numbers.

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                              I will give you a good price on it. How about $19.95 plus S&H?  Now if you can't wait for the 3-4 week delivery, you can look

                              at the 3rd post on this thread.  LOL

                              SOLD! The check is in the mail. LOL