|Posted: September 2, 2004, 7:36 pm - IP Logged|
First of all, let me thank you for taking the time out to say the things which you've just said. I honestly do appreciate your thanks and considerations. I also want to clarify that I was never really put off by your requests for help. As a matter of fact, I was more than thrilled that I could be of any assistance at all to you and to the many other readers of this post who may have benefited as well. I always did say that a little bit of "thanks" can go a long way. And now, you have more than proven to me as well as to many others, that you are indeed a "stand-up" guy. So, thank you again for just simply showing appreciation. It means a lot to me as well as to others.
Now, I also want to mention why I did not do further posts for Wisconsin, although I was even ready to do so. I really did get the distinct impression that there was a certain element of ungratefulness in the air. It felt as though I was being criticized for trying to help someone solve a problem. Does this make sense to you?
I took me more than 2 hours of my time to put that list together for Wisconsin. I had to start everything from scratch, data and all, because I did not even have a database on Wisconsin. So, I had to construct one. Not only did I have to construct the database files, but I also had to back-test a lot of the historical data for relevancy and future forecasting use for the Wisconsin Pick 3 games.
In other words, I needed to find the most winning combinations for your state. I did not want to put out junk or just any old ordinary plain file hoping that you would get a hit or two. I wanted to be absolutely sure, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that you and many others would be able get paid on the very day that I said that you would. Not only that, but I was about 110 percent sure that you would continue to get paid throughout the entire week. I have found some things in the Wisconsin game that I thought were simply, so incredible, that it was just too easy not to get paid. I did my homework on this state.
And yes, it did bother me a bit to see someone take the time to do a DETAILED COUNT of all the numbers of combinations on the sheet and to further exclaim, "No you didn't miss it. Over 150 -plus combos and it wasn't there. I just wanted to point out that Wisconsin is not such a cold stone solid lock as was described. It is a lot tougher game to hit than some people think. If it were not, the state would close it down. They are not in the business of running lotteries to provide easy winners. THey are in the business to make money.".
You see, it's not the fact that this person took the time, (detailed time, mind you!), to do all of that, but he still missed pointing out the winning combination. Now, if you can do all of that, then, most certainly, you should have easily spotted the winning number combination staring right at you. I was bothered by this, and thus decided not to do any further postings for Wisconsin. It seemed to me that you had all the help that you needed, waiting right there in the wings anyway. Contributions from others are more than welcome. So, please come forth with yours.
It appears to me that person's only goal was to point out fault and happily proclaim failure because it is not feasible that anyone should win as often as I say that you should. And if you're going to point the finger, you should be more than certain that you have all of your facts in order first. I know that I sound a bit harsh here, but quite simply, I am trying to be as polite as possible while saying this.
I stated emphatically that Wisconsin was a COLD-STONE-SOLID LOCK, and it indeed it was. Sometimes, I don't know why I even bother. However, the fact is, there are still just too many good people in this forum who really do appreciate such informational analysis and help. Sometimes, the outlook or view from another side of the room may even yet yield or bring forth new direction and light in the midst of confusion and chaos.
Okay, now, I know that this post may have gotten just a bit messy and sounds a little bit negative. However, I don't want it to end that way because my nature is really that of a tremendously positive person just about all the time. It was even difficult for me to even write this post message response, but it is one which I felt that I had a duty to respond to just one more time, mainly because of the kind words posted by Justin.
So, in conclusion, I just want to say that I thank you, Justin, for your positive feedback and acknowledgement of the facts. I have really enjoyed doing Wisconsin because I did find that it is also a state which is not hard to figure out. I also wish you and everyone else many wonderful revelations in the game and abundant blessings of success!