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Skids Cancer



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:59 am
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Ever had a dream and down the track that dream appears to become reality?

A few years ago my old man, 3 days before the Perth Cup, said he had a dream Old Cobber won. The horse hadn't won a race for ages. Sure enough, it gets up and wins the cup @ 20/1. Shocked

Well last night, I had a pretty restless sleep with loads of different dreams. In one of these dreams I backed a horse with Kisses in it's name, it won and paid $44.

This morning I've gone through every race meet in Australia today. The very last race I look at, Sandown Race 8, there's a nag called Kissee Mee. Currently 50/1 (fixed) on the WA TAB.

Needless to say... I'm ON!

Very Happy

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Very often dream football results - always make sure to tell someone then they come true I've got evidence! Usually it's just who wins, once I dreamt Carlton beat Kangaroos by 19 points & that was the exact margin in the end (told my sister & we both saw it happen - Carlton were 6 points behind with a couple to go & kicked a goal)

Also dreamt about a rat 2 nights ago - Mum just rang to say she's got a rat on her verandah.

Dreamt about Mohammad Ali - 2 days later he died.
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luvdids wrote:
Very often dream football results - always make sure to tell someone then they come true I've got evidence! Usually it's just who wins, once I dreamt Carlton beat Kangaroos by 19 points & that was the exact margin in the end (told my sister & we both saw it happen - Carlton were 6 points behind with a couple to go & kicked a goal)

Also dreamt about a rat 2 nights ago - Mum just rang to say she's got a rat on her verandah.

Dreamt about Mohammad Ali - 2 days later he died.


My Nan was a bit of a gypsy who loved her horoscopes and stuff. She used to say we all have a bit of psychic in us but very few know how to harness it.

She had a moonstone ring she would hover over pics and ask yes or no questions, if the ring swung to and fro it was yes, side to side it was no. I asked her to pic some horses for me once but she was reluctant to use it for gambling.

She did give me Subzero the year (1992) he won though Wink He's still kicking around at 30 years of age.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 4:35 pm
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Many years ago (well, you'll know exactly how many years ago when you read on), a Nickster's sister had a dream about Buckley winning the 2003 Brownlow and the Pies winning that year's flag... This was related to us in the week before the Grand Final. Sad

Anyone remember who this was?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 8:46 am
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Well the horse didn't win... but Kel & I walked out of the casino $800 infront last night Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:09 am
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luvdids wrote:
Very often dream football results - always make sure to tell someone then they come true I've got evidence! Usually it's just who wins, once I dreamt Carlton beat Kangaroos by 19 points & that was the exact margin in the end (told my sister & we both saw it happen - Carlton were 6 points behind with a couple to go & kicked a goal)

Also dreamt about a rat 2 nights ago - Mum just rang to say she's got a rat on her verandah.

Dreamt about Mohammad Ali - 2 days later he died.


But what is the ratio of your dreams that turn out to dreams that don't turn out?
That's crucial to any decisions on betting strategy.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 9:19 am
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I'm just going to leave this here: Wink

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/science-choice/201504/what-is-confirmation-bias

I'm fascinated by dreams, but I think their capacity for telling the future is about on par with a stopped clock's ability to give the correct time.

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 1:54 pm
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Still, right twice a day isnt bad for a male clock!

I have some bizarre dreams, then waste half an hour trying to figure out what the hell they mean!

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 2:45 pm
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I'm sure Swoop42 would be happy to interpret them for you. Shocked
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:06 am
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K wrote:
luvdids wrote:
Very often dream football results - always make sure to tell someone then they come true I've got evidence! Usually it's just who wins, once I dreamt Carlton beat Kangaroos by 19 points & that was the exact margin in the end (told my sister & we both saw it happen - Carlton were 6 points behind with a couple to go & kicked a goal)

Also dreamt about a rat 2 nights ago - Mum just rang to say she's got a rat on her verandah.

Dreamt about Mohammad Ali - 2 days later he died.


But what is the ratio of your dreams that turn out to dreams that don't turn out?
That's crucial to any decisions on betting strategy.


Football dreams always turn out right.
The other stuff pretty often, I'll dream something out of the blue (like Ali) then within a week whatever it was is in the news.

Unfortunately not all the time though, dreamt the other night that Kevin Pietersen was kissing my neck.... god I wish that one would come true!! Only the boring stuff seems to come true Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:33 am
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Im trying to think of some cricket-related innuendo and failing miserably. Razz
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:41 am
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think positive wrote:
Still, right twice a day isnt bad for a male clock!

I have some bizarre dreams, then waste half an hour trying to figure out what the hell they mean!

Experts are agreed that, in every case, they mean that you were (probably) dreaming.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:42 am
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David wrote:
Im trying to think of some cricket-related innuendo and failing miserably. Razz


No need to think: just need to remember the hysterical tabloid headlines of yore.
e.g. something like "Punter did not stump me: beauty queen."

Surely the UK tabloids on Warne have provided a treasure trove?


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:48 am
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luvdids wrote:
K wrote:
luvdids wrote:
Very often dream football results - always make sure to tell someone then they come true I've got evidence! ...

But what is the ratio of your dreams that turn out to dreams that don't turn out?
That's crucial to any decisions on betting strategy.


Football dreams always turn out right.
The other stuff pretty often, I'll dream something out of the blue (like Ali) then within a week whatever it was is in the news.

Unfortunately not all the time though, dreamt the other night that Kevin Pietersen was kissing my neck.... god I wish that one would come true!! Only the boring stuff seems to come true Laughing


KP? Cue sound of KP cackling on TV. You know there's a short clip of him on the CFC website, right?

How many football dreams have you had?
I guess you must not be the sister mentioned in my post above, who sadly had that 50% accuracy --- and the "wrong" 50% at that.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:48 pm
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I frequently have weird arse dreams, they're usually related in some way to something that's on my mind at the time, so I don't try to analyse them, once I wake up they generally flit into the back of the brain.

There's a few i wouldn't mind if they came true, but no such luck so far.

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