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Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

My first girlfriend named Kim from my child hood, I often wonder how her life turned out and what became of her. Have searched online before but naturally no luck. 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

I want to thank those that took the time to reply. Your advice is really appreciated and this season if the chance occurs to hit on some 5 inning bets I am sure what I read will be helpful. 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

This will be my second year betting baseball and I'd like to pick the brains of the guys here that bet on baseball. Here are the questions I have

I hear many handicappers on radio shows and betting apps talk about betting the first five innings. And is this really a smart bet overall? It seems you have two things working against you. These are

Losing a whole game that can win for this abbreviated game, really seems like a lot of risk

How much differrence is there in price betting a five inning game as compared to the whole game...it seems like you would have what would be almost un-bettable prices.

Any logic or opinions you have on this will really be appreciated. Thank you all!  

 

 

vetdrm
vetdrm

Stump-Never tried a Jamo and Coke yet...what is your take on Bushmills? it's not bad...

vetdrm
vetdrm

Never tried a margarita...give me a Jameson and ginger ale with a squeezed lemon in it or a simple Jack and Coke..us guys that are past fifty don't need to look cute or "hip" with what we drink!

HockeyTeeth
HockeyTeeth

Even though they are "driver less" like some of the automated cars here that are on the streets of Las Vegas they will have someone in the vehicle just in case they need to take control of the vehicle. What happens here is this...once the automated car pulls onto what is considered "private property" (a casino, grocery store, restaurant parking lot etc...) the driver takes over and they also have an engineer in the vehicle that monitors the car's activity to make sure it's all working properly.  

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

Never heard of them before Teeth, I'll have to check them out. Thanks...I am always for appreciating all types of music

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

Thanks John, I checked the tour locations and they don't come anywhere close to Las Vegas. I appreciate the information though. 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

On 12/7 and 12/8 of last year I was fortunate enough to see Goerge Strait at T-Mobile arena here in Las Vegas (had seen him before, it's always worth the ticket price) Lyle Lovett was the opening act and I must say I was at a loss for words as to why he was never on my music radar in the past and he has been recordnig for just as long as George Strait...Musicans like him that never get any radio play really are given a HUGE finger by radio stations. 

If you ever get a chance to check him out, you might be surprised as to what you find! 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

Using other people's Social Security Numbers to open up NINETEEN separate accounts get's you ONLY probation? an_brick

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

Prominent sports bettor David Oancea, known in gambling circles as “Vegas Dave,” pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor in federal court.

He originally faced 19 felony counts after  to open player accounts at casinos. The alleged crimes occurred between February 2015 and February 2016 and involved transactions that amounted to more than $1.2 million.

Oancea, 42, resolved the case by admitting to causing a violation of record keeping and procedures.

The charge carries a maximum sentence of five years’ probation. His attorney, Richard Schonfeld, agreed to argue for no less than three years’ probation at a May sentencing hearing.

Oancea also has agreed to relinquish more than $550,000 in a related civil forefeiture, according to his lawyer.

https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/courts/sports-bettor-vegas-dave-takes-plea-deal-in-federal-court-1584318/

JimmyKid
JimmyKid

Go to Fanatics...they sell plenty of what you are looking for 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

A co-worker yesterday told me about this and I installed the app. Buycott.com is an Internet-based platform and smart-phone application that reads the Universal Product Codes barcode on a product, and suggests whether a consumer should buy or avoid that product based on how well it aligns with the consumer's values and principles. 

Let's say you don't like companies that use animal testing on their products, when you scan the barcode it will tell you if they do that and suggest an alternative product

 

nature1970
nature1970
For the FIRST time she swallowed! 
Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

I screwed this all the way up!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P37xPiRz1sg&list=RDP37xPiRz1sg&start_radio=1&t=4

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie
Merry Christmas from the family!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P37xPiRz1sg

I hope ALL of you had a GREAT year and an ever BETTER 2019! 
zebrakiller
zebrakiller

For me today on this Halloween 2018 it's Avalon Barrie...and it's NOT a trick...it's a TREAT

https://breakdownservices.s3.amazonaws.com/media/photos/2010/48/print/9dcaeedc-62ed-4d63-a203-6244e89189a5.jpg

sparky3391
sparky3391

Sparky-All you need to do it install uBlock Origin on your device and BAM problem solved. I have it on both desktops and NEVER get assaulted with ONE ad here. 

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

Folks, this might seem ho hum to some and not such a big deal to others, for me, to watch the pilot do this on the video was amazing and gives me even more respect for them. They are trained for this I've read and surely it's something they don't want to ever have to do but if they have to I hope they can all do it like this pilot did. The video is SAFE, I've watched it twice already. Have a great week!

https://www.msn.com/en-us/video/downtime/tui-pilot-absolutely-nails-sideways-landing-in-40-knot-crosswinds-at-bristol-airport/vi-BBOlQLn?ocid=mailsignout

Daddy_Freddie
Daddy_Freddie

One Night In Bangkok

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