Found October 10, 2013 on The Belly of the Beast:
With yet another beating in the books, it's time to assess the situation that has become completely out of control.  Clearly, I have no idea what I'm doing, and more so than usual.  I have no plan to fix the tattered remains of a once moderately successful ability to pick against spread.  I have no ability to even develop a plan that would surely fail.  If only I were Lane Kiffin, I'd turn this 18-30-1 wreck into my own gambling site in which people paid $29.99 a month for my advice on picking games across all sports.  Football, baseball, basketball, hockey, cricket, curling, OH HOW I WOULD DOMINATE CURLING.  All those picks would be in the weekly newsletter email with horribly fantastic clip art and a picture of me that is 15 years out of date.  In other words, I'd be stealing the outline from Dennis Franchione's newsletter to Texas A&M boosters, who paid $1200 A YEAR FOR THAT.  Seriously, $1200 A YEAR.  And that should be a reminder that jus...
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