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Posted: June 21, 2004, 11:35 pm - IP Logged

Qwest46, are you having a bad day my friend?  I have 41 years of gambling and playing in various lottery games and am still making one healthy living to boot!      When making constructive arguments it would behoove that person or group to learn the specifics of what they are talking about BEFORE they make off the cuff remarks.The person (me), is well known on this and several other lottery forums and I still find it supprising that people will make cold (in one form or another) reflections of themselves on another entity! So,for your sake, I will not have anything further to do with this particular discussion.

Teufellj







Teufellj, i was referring to  "pvtcan2003", not you. You were just jumping to conclusions. I happened to post that message  at the same time  you were posting. Actually my previous replay was posted at 1:50 PM and yours was at 1:47 PM. My point is, my message was posted right after yours and so you assumed that I was talking down on you. Funny, why the heck would I mess with you when you have done no harm? Irony is, I agree with you all the way when it comes down to ruining the games for the pros. Look through my posts. I mention time and time again about the downside of exposing "True Strategies/Systems/Methods" about how one leak of information would lead to a severe outbreak that would cause too many winners, therefore ruining games. Especially for pari-mutuel prize pools. Although if more people were to win pari-mutuel prizes and the state gains still not being affected as a result of that, more winners would mean less prize money for each individual. For fixed payouts, the state would obviously take a big hit, and so they would have to change either the games or the payout. Now I'm not against members helping out other members in any way with hints, ideas, theories, etc. Just be careful if you happen to be a true pro.

 


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    Posted: June 22, 2004, 12:26 am - IP Logged

    Hello folks,

    just to clear up any misconceptions,,,Qwest46 and I spoke in private plus what was said is on the board for you to read. After realizing from the time stamp for posts and Qwest46 also bringing it to my attention, we posted within moments of one another which led to me "dumping" on this splended person. I said it in private and will state it here-that I was wrong and apologize to whomever has read this discussion and especially to Qwest46.

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      Posted: June 22, 2004, 12:28 am - IP Logged

      When making constructive arguments it would behoove that person or group to learn the specifics of what they are talking about BEFORE they make off the cuff remarks.

      Teufellj







      THE SENTENCE ABOVE WAS QUOTED BY "TEUFELLJ". IT'S FUNNY WHEN SOMEONE PREACHES TO ANOTHER PERSON, WHOM THEY THINK HAS DONE SOMETHING WRONG AGAINST THEM, AND  THAT PREACHER  HAPPENS TO BE THE WRONG ONE TO BEGIN WITH BY ASSUMING THE OTHER PERSON HAS DONE SOMETHING WRONG AGAINST THEM WHEN IN FACT THE ASSUMED WRONG PERSON WAS NOT DOING ANYTHING WRONG TOWARDS THAT PREACHER.

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        Posted: June 22, 2004, 12:30 am - IP Logged

        Don't sweat it Teufellj. I take offense to people who make bad remarks for no reason as well.


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          Posted: June 22, 2004, 12:41 am - IP Logged

          Qwest46,

          quite a pragmitist and quite acceptable! It goes without saying, "that a speed bump will slow you down drastically." {Hah!) 

          Teufellj

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            Posted: June 22, 2004, 1:48 am - IP Logged

            Quote: Originally posted by unseen on June 21, 2004



            If I buy a system and I'm winning then Im going to post the system. Its not like people will be cutting in on my profits. Whats a 20 dollar system if you're winning hundreds?






            Anybody selling a lottery system isn't trying to help you, they're trying to help themselves.  Why would anyone sell a system that could win hundreds for $20?  It's generous of you to offer to give such a system away, but I wonder if you took the time to create such a system if you would just as generous.

            RJOh

             * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
               
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              Posted: June 22, 2004, 3:44 am - IP Logged

              pvtcan2003 said: "im the the seller







              i swear"



              As you can see, he swears that he is the seller.

              He even said "the the" twice to make sure that we all understood that he is.

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                Posted: July 7, 2004, 11:45 pm - IP Logged

                I won a number of Steve Player programs and have purchased about ten others from different sources through the years.  I consider this a hobby, much like golf.  Frankly, playing Pick 3 is a lot more profitable than playing golf and you don't get sunburned.

                The point is that if someone wants to sell something, that is fine with me.  He or she may have something valuable to offer and the puny $20 is a small price to pay for a new point of view.  The purist may argue that information should be free, but the real world doesn't work that way.  If someone works on an intellectual property and wants to profit from it, that is the choice he or she makes.

                I have discovered than even the most miserable lotto system contains a grain of truth and is valuable to someone.  The value of any system, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder

                Personally, I have a multilevel system, but refuse to sell it because it utilizes the work of a number of individuals and I refuse to steal their work and claim it is my own. 

                Orangeman


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                  Posted: July 8, 2004, 12:08 am - IP Logged

                  Good ForYou,Orangeman, I can agree with most of what you are saying but, if folks have a program  for sale or they want to promote their lottery wares, perhaps Todd could add another area to this website for that purpose and enclose an expose' section of test workouts for these saleable things! A proving ground so to speak.

                  Teufellj

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                    Posted: July 9, 2004, 3:12 pm - IP Logged

                    Teufellj:

                    Good idea!  A marketplace for people who want to hawk their wares.  At least it would be out in the open.  Perhaps Todd could charge for the advertising and make some additional money for himself on the side.  That is the beautiful thing about this country.  Free enterprise and an open and upfront market win out every time.

                    Some people like to try out new systems, even if they pay a price for the opportunity.  There is nothing wrong with that.  We would all be open to new ideas, even if you have to pay for them.  The price will seek its level and the good ideas will flourish. 

                    Those who believe everything should be free are Socialists.  I have seen what socialism does to a nation.  It just makes eveyone equal . . .equally poor.

                    Orangeman