Friday, 30 May 2014

Unfortunate Metaphor?


I raise a glass to Joseph Barton tonight.  I don't agree with him very often, but his metaphor last night about the major political parties being like four ugly birds was spot on.  He was also gracious enough to let that snide comment from the UKIP MEP  slide.  Good on you Joey!

Moving on to a slightly less controversial topic, tonight's baseball selections.

For TheBaseballTipper 2014 you are advised to have a 0.5 pt double on:

Milwaukee Brewers to beat Chicago Cubs @ 5-8.  Score 11-5
                                      &
San Francisco Giants to beat St Louis Cardinals @ 13-10.  Score 9-4

Cumulative odds for this double are 2.79-1 which you can get a 18.00 BST from: Coral Icon 50x28

Total stake for TheBaseballTipper 2014 0.5 pt.  Return 1.87 pts.  Profit 1.37 pts.

For TUB you are advised to have the same double for 50 pts.

Total stake for TUB 50 pts. Return 186.87.  Profit 136.37 pts.

Leaving me with just the updated current profit/loss to detail.

Current standings Friday 30th May 2014:

TheBaseballTipper 2014  -5.39 pts
(This includes 0.1 pt bets on Milwaukee @ 20-1 and Detriot @ 13-2 to win the World Series and the Winner Brazillion.)

TUB   -996.59 pts (Includes 0.1 pt on Milwaukee @ 20-1 & 10 pts on Detroit @ 13-2 to win the World Series and the Winner Brazillion).


WORLD CUP 2014  -0.06 pt (Includes the Winner Brazillion).

Metaphors Get Loud Applause, Especially When They're Funny!


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