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  1. We doing this again? 2 weeks from this Saturday. I don't remember how much we paid per person last year, I'm thinking $10 per man. I'll do the collecting via paypal only and forward to Belmo. We need him to solely concentrate on the horses! If Belmo is good with this I'm in.
  2. I am at a loss here, I wake up to snow. WTF?
  3. A group of blokes were standing around in the Get the News & Lotto Newsagency, in Williamstown, one Friday, discussing the next days horce race meeting at Flemington. Owners Ron and John then discovered that 3 of their 4 customers at that moment were named Frank. Somebody suggested this was a sign from the racing gods for an omen bet, so somebody grabbed the form guide and went searching for a horse with "Frank" in it's name. They found one called Frankiefourfingers, running in race six at Warick Farm that afternoon. As they discussed a possible bet, the one customer in the shop not named Frank raised his hand. He had no thumb on his left hand. Everybody in the shop promptly put in $5 each and they plonked it on the nose at $7.50 for a win. Frankiefourfingers duly won the race to loud applause in the newsagency.