Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Gambling on Rudd

The Sydney Kings won three of four championships and the Wollongong Hawks didn't make the top eight this year. Consequently I don't really gamble any more. I can't afford it. If I had a clue about what I was doing then maybe I would.
Punter on the other hand has no real job and lives a lifestyle of debauchury only his gambling habbit can afford him to do so.
Common sense has seemingly evaporated from political thought in this country and one cannot help but feel just a little sad. Then one realizes the magnificent opportunity for financial gain and most of the sadness dissipates like a Berocca hitting a glass of water on a seedy Sunday morning. For some reason, known only to the bookmakers themselves, the Australian Labor Party are favourites to win the next federal election.


Jonny Tap said...

the bookies have never got it wrong on elections!

MrX said...

I don't see anything wrong with online gambling as long as their are safeguards in place to protect problem gamblers. When you play online, you can play at your own pace, with no noise, no smoking, and lower stakes.