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Re: Article on the business of horse racing (264 Views)
Posted by: moosepalm (IP Logged)
Date: February 01, 2021 11:04AM

hellersorr Wrote:
> Though I am sympathetic to Mr. Hayward's thoughts
> on this matter, I would suggest that opening with:
> "My wife, Betsy Senior, had to close her art
> gallery, and by the end of the month, we had
> packed up our car and, along with our 18- and
> 19-year old cats, drove to Saratoga Springs. We
> have been here ever since, with the occasional
> trip back to New York City . . ." is not exactly
> an ideal opening for his argument.

One could easily extrapolate many of society's current ills from that one line if you expand it's context.

Very interesting article. I remain mystified by the workings of computer robotic wagering other than they've figured out a way to game the system in what has to be the least sexy way of making money short of returning discarded bottles for recycling. Between that and what is apparently the increasing sophistication of performance enhancing "strategies" coupled with lax enforcement, we have a stew that has led to a noticeable decrease in interesting conversation on this message board along with a few other related problems. When you consider what happened on "the street" recently, or the influence of mobilizing public opinion and behavior through various forms of technological communication, I mostly would like to find ways to short the future.

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Article on the business of horse racing (407 Views) nicely nicely 01/29/2021 05:13PM
Re: Article on the business of horse racing (285 Views) prist 01/29/2021 05:26PM
Re: Article on the business of horse racing (254 Views) hellersorr 01/30/2021 01:01AM
Re: Article on the business of horse racing (264 Views) moosepalm 02/01/2021 11:04AM
Re: Article on the business of horse racing (208 Views) Boscar Obarra 02/02/2021 12:29AM

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