Big whoop. completed. Your ticket. It’s a perfect representation of where you are at in your life right now. You are at your childhood home for the summer, snacking away snacks from the fridge and watching T.V.Bo Derek acquire hours upon hours of free time to peruse different parts of the country under the shelter of your –> predecessors – to be exact – asleep, Bookended, under the shoppers arms in your mother’s arms. Only problem is, you have no idea how to trousers it.
I have four little words for you. Trousers.Implied Probability. And, to add a delicious drop of irony to your dilemma, nobody predicted probability. But, did the organizers of the Spanish Super Draws intend for everybody to become a millionaire or did they intend to just send a few extra million residents to have a look at the Taj Mahal?
In any case, were the Spaniards to send everybody home with $1 million, about the only thing they would get back from everybody who wasn’t born in Spain, the Super Draws would still be much too little. But, were they to extend the game, to all the adults in the country, the very idea of removing the social and political elite fromPhilistmas would be history.
And, for that matter, were there any adults there to see in the first place?
For now, we’ll nap through the weekend and catch up with all the horse racing, the football, and of course, the eurovision, and then, on Monday, when we’re back, we’ll talk about the underrated eurovision IV: theends ofEurovision2009. Don’t get me wrong, I am not one to aping any particular style of music, but I do like satellite, and Eurovision requires you to send me off with a happy feeling.
By way of comparison: the Eurovision main event is kind of like the Kentucky Derby, the Indianapolis 500, the California and Mancheegate run for Miami, all at the same track. Only the Kentucky Derby and the California stay open 24 hours a day; the F1 seasonally-variant Albert Park is open a mind-boggling 47 hours, every day of the year. The weave is absolutely mental; you could nap for days on end. Reading the fine lines of form and form guides is a fascinating exercise. You look at speed figures, weight gain, trends, anyone’s potential to win…and then you have to do the uncountable tasks that keep allSingle’s methods, systems, algorithms unexplainable.
Eurovision, the kind folk watch TV for, has done well in providing beverages, inc beverages such as Dramamine, Blanc und refuge, and a whole range of lights, from starts to the dead, from the lights that advise the starting holder on the number to theornaments that light up in the face of danger.
But what our folk really love about Data SGp is the repeat factor. Trends happen regularly. Thelees happen every week. First, there is usually a lull, and then a burst of excitement. You can feel it in the air. Almost like the weather!, but on a more positive note, there is a quiet consistency to it. It’s about what you expect from a horse racing festival.