Wednesday, 30 December 2009

My Life Is Soapless


I am a little behind with all my Elo ratings after the Xmas break. As much as I love my parents, it is incredibly frustrating to be without Internet access as well as most of the TV channels I need. If I wanted to watch hours of Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Hollyoaks, Crossroads or Eastenders, then I would be good to go, but I really don't. I shall get caught up on everything over the long weekend, and with half the football season in England to go, try to start 2010 off on the right foot with some spot on predictions.

A commenter on my last post asked why I was confident in the services of the Football Elite tipping service, and the answer is that their past results as recorded on JP's Betting Blog are impressive, and that I do believe there is value to be found in such liquid sports as football if you put the effort in to find it. I do also find it interesting to compare someone else's selections with my own, and at £99.99 for six months, (£3.85 a day), it's a small price to pay for a little added interest, and if it proves lucrative, so much the better. If it doesn't prove lucrative, then I shall discontinue the service tout de suite, as we say in Walford.

1 comment:

Ben Aitken said...

Hi Cassini

I feel your pain!

Going home for Xmas is all well and good but with limited Internet access and having to nip into the spare bedrooms of various houses to try and catch the racing.....it's just a lot of hassle!

Thankfully when you are back home the internet allows you plenty opportunity to catch up.

Cheers

Ben (NTF)