Thursday, April 14, 2011

April 15th: Bets

3 Stars: Cincinnati Reds over Pittsburgh Pirates - $25 to win $14.71

2 Stars: Cleveland Indians over Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox over Toronto Blue Jays - $15 to win $29.55

1 Star: Texas Rangers over New York Yankees, Florida Marlins over Philadelphia Phillies - $10 to win $52.10

Total Wager: $50 to win $96.36

April 14th: Results

3 Stars
Phillies over Nationals - $50 to win $30.30 Win

2 Stars
San Jose Sharks over Los Angeles Kings - $25 to win $12.50 Win
Parlay: Sharks, Phillies, Braves - $25 to win $79.84 Loss

Days Profit: $17.80

Initial Amount: $100

Current Amount: $117.80
Total Profit: $17.80

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

April 14th Bets

There are 3 bet types: 3 stars, 2 stars and 1 star
3 Stars are bets that I believe have the best chance to win. You should put most of your money on these results
2 Stars are bets that I believe are a little risky, but still have a pretty good shot at winning
1 Stars are bets that that are extremely risky, but have a potential extremely high return.

Each day, I will bet a virtual $100 to see the results of these bets:

April 14th, 2011

3 Stars
Phillies over Nationals - $50 to win $30.30

2 Stars
San Jose Sharks over Los Angeles Kings - $25 to win $12.50
Parlay: Sharks, Phillies, Braves - $25 to win $79.84

Wager $100 to win $122.64

Saturday, March 26, 2011


Tipping..Is it really necessary?!?! I mean..First of're already paying MORE than the cost of the food to the restaurant. Should it not be the restaurants obligation to "take care" of their employees?! Why do we gotta do it. Even if you order Pizza for delivery, the Pizza place automatically takes a delivery charge from you.I s it really necessary!? I never understood it.

Friday, March 25, 2011

NFL Lockout - Part I

As we hit day 14 of the NFL lockout, we (fans) still don't know who's to blame. Some blame the owners for locking the players out and not treating them fairly, while others blame players for being greedy; afterall, they do PLAY for a living and get paid millions to do so. I for one, completely blame the players and the NFLPA. If your CEO came to you and your co workers and said "We're struggling financially, so your all going to have to take a paycut", would you really ask him to open his financials up and show you proof?? No you wouldn't because he'd probably tell you to shove it up your ass and go find another job. No one in their right minds goes to a private entity and asks them to open up their financials as proof for taking a paycut, its absurd. It doesn't matter if your salary is based on a percentage negotiated between the owners and you. They are in the end, OWNERS, and you in the end are players or EMPLOYEES. Sure there is a "partnership" amongst owners and players, just like there is a partnership between execeutive level management and their suboordinates. They work together to achieve a common goal. It doesn't mean you can STRIKE if you think your underpaid. What do you do? You go find another job. The NFLPA is ridiculous. Who do you blame?