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Message: Author: hondo Timestamp:- 16/4/2012 9:41:38 AM Subject: Re: PINK's Aus Derby Day Tips
Message: ......I imagine I could just say "select horse number 3 in every race all across Australia" and I would still finish in front him.... ******************************
So, there's the boast my dear forumites. Let's see how Hondo the Knucklehead goes:
Best of Five Series. Multicards to cover Metrop meetings for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth.
Hondo has selected horse 3 in every race. If his horse is scratched he selects the next sequential number.
Winner of each Round is the person with the highest Grand Total across all cards. NSW Dividends apply based on $1 each way. Winner of the Best of Five is the champion.
Substitutes: Hon-dope gets the next sequential as per above whilst Pinkline is entitled to provide subs as normal. Any subs, however, must be posted prior to the running of the first race on the multicard.
PINKLINE JONES CBE cruises to victory $25.14 – eased up.
Well well well.
“…I could just say "select horse number 3 in every race all across Australia" and I would still finish in front him……(Hon-dope)
Based on Hon-dope’s opening round thrashing, I don’t believe this most laughable of muppets would have fared any better even if I had bothered to incorporate Toowoomba, Gold Coast, Bendigo, Alice Springs, and the Augathella Guinea Pigs. The five card result says it all. Four measly winners for Hondo Hawking. So much for his Number 3 theory boast, thus far non-surprisingly revealed as unadulterated bunkum although The Dopester did get home narrowly in Brisbane and Adelaide. However, in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth, it was one way traffic. Well that’s Round One done and dusted. Congratulations me.
Hon-dope tried to include an escape clause with his provision of tips from his imaginary animal friends 'Bunger' and 'Clarrie'. Just for my own light entertainment I compiled the results of Hon-dope’s further two attempts to gain a win (in his mindless little world). Well those results are in and I can tell you that Hon-dope’s tipping is not as good as Bunger’s (Total: 65.60) who was comfortably held by Pinkline Jones CBE. As for Clarrie, the imaginary goat’s tipping (Total: 51.40) is only sixty cents below par with that of his useless master. So Hon-dope tried three different systems and he still couldn’t get past The Pink!!! They don’t call him Hon-dope for nothing :)
Author: hondo Timestamp:- 22/4/2012 8:52:57 AM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: Try telling the truth Pinhead, it may be a new experience.
All you managed to do yesterday was tip a whole lot of short priced favourites and ride the coat tails of their place dividends.
You even lacked the intestinal fortitude of not using my number three, you even co selected that number, you were so desperate.
Bunger fared better than you think. He returned $70.70 just by using number seven.
Remember, we were limited by using one number only, you had the whole card to chose from and you could not even break even. You lost on the day, every tip that you had which was not a short priced favourite failed.
Still early days and as the short priced favourites disappear, so will you.
What a big hero, finishing in front when one person has just one number to rely upon whilst you have the card and still fail to finish in front.
At least Mantak will be able to put his hankie away now. He must have cheered himself hoarse as your short priced favourites grimly held on for third and a dividend of $1.20.
Author: pigracer Timestamp:- 22/4/2012 8:54:25 AM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: Truly amazing gentlemen.I hope you had a large bank to play with as you would have been rather short of cash by the time the Perth trio came along. I look forward to next weeks episode with bated breath. LOL The Pig.
Message: Hondo, yeah thanks for the tome of sook. The word 'pathos' doesn't do you justice. Hard for the scum seeto get down lower at the bottom of the pond than you. And it would take far more than a fashion makeover to make you more appealing than vermin..
You claimed that your Number 3 tipping strategy would beat me. Best of Five Series, however, your big brag didn't work out too well yesterday. You FAILED in the first instance and you also failed with your hedging plan. FAIL, FAIL, FAIL.
DO NOT LIE TO THE FORUM. You had the original option of participating in a Challenge where you would have been free to choose any runner, however, your cowardice saw you refuse that option. It is irrelevant as to the prices of my winning tips. After all you claim you can get the job done with Number 3. There are no excuses little man Plod.
Author: hondo Timestamp:- 22/4/2012 2:03:00 PM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: As I said on another thread. Why would I disclose my well thought out and successful tips to a gork like you. why give you a free leg up. you stick to using everyone else's selections, short priced favourites.
Before you gloat too much, four weeks to go and less and less short priced favourites for you to rely upon. the goat, dog and myself will roll over the top of you Pinhead.
Where are you little man? Would have expected another instalment of excuse-making, mendacious drivel by this time although you vowed that you would not longer respond to my posts some time ago. Foooooooooooooooool!
Author: gab Timestamp:- 23/4/2012 1:32:50 PM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: Pink calling someone else 'little man', now that may be the funniest thing I ever read. Pink, the FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL who took a throwaway line about selecting a random number as gospel and on his own decided to start a 'competition' featuring himself vs the No.3.
Congrats Pink you beat No.3, lets see how you go this weekend and whether you can uphold your 'great start'.
You make Quezacokl look normal and credible. Congrats on that, I thought that was impossible too.
Author: gladys Timestamp:- 23/4/2012 4:32:39 PM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: While you are running off at the mouth Windline how about that litle challenge I offered out to you some time again that made you run and hide.
Whilst you are competing against Hondo and our dog and goat, I still offer you that challenge whereby you can have an imaginary ten dollars on each of your tips and that you won't even break even. I think that will highlight the fact that you pad out your returns by suggesting that all your beaten favourites would have been backed for the place. fat chance finding a bookie that lets you on for the place when there is an odds on runnner.
Anyway, whilst your mouth is flapping and you are full of so much confidence, take me on too. Hondo and I will wipe the floor with you, gnome.
Message: Wrong again as per usual Gabplod. Hon-dope has stalked my tipping threads for some time now and made a number of silly claims. He had the option of challenging me as per normal but refused. He then claimed he could beat me with the Number 3 strategy. It was no throwaway line. Only a dunghead like you would support him.
Author: hondo Timestamp:- 24/4/2012 9:25:52 AM Subject: Re: Pinkline Jones v Hon-dope - Rd 1
Message: I have given the issues I have had with Jones a great deal of thought and feel I need to apologise for my lack of appreciation in relation to his vast talents.
I know that I have attacked his prowess at punting on numerous occasions and in hindsight realise I was totally wrong.
We should just stop what we are doing for one moment and think of some of those wonderful highlights of his punting genius;
1. Selecting New Zealand to win last Friday night’s test. 2. Selecting Streama at the lucrative odds of $1.40 to win the Oaks. How does he do it? 3. Selecting Sheila’s Star to come second at $1.20 in Adelaide 4. My favourite, selecting Niagara in the Doncaster, what a tough horse, took seventeen others to beat it. 5. Beating himself in a tipping competition. 6. Although tipping up to 41 selections on a Saturday, never once showing a profit.
This unsung hero’s deeds do not get the merit they deserve. As we speak he has taken me on in a competition where the odds against him winning are overwhelming. Whilst I have the luxury of selecting one horse bearing saddlecloth number three, our unsung hero has the Herculean task of being left with the whole field. Who else could achieve this but Jones?
I recall reading about an English County cricketer who was belted for six in each of his six deliveries by Sir Garfield Sobers. When interviewed after the match he stated that he was very pleased as all his other deeds at county level would not be remembered, but this one would live for evermore. That is really how I will feel if I lose this competition. He is a legend.
Message: Now why am I am not surprised at your cherry picking response Hon-dope? New Zealand not beaten by much; Niagara was rightly well supported in the Doncaster - think you'll find the horse twisted a plate; already explained to you cretin face that my tips are a guide and are not intended to mirror any punting strategy. Most everyone seems to understand this. You'd have to be pretty thick not to and pretty thick you are.
You're also a ratbag of a liar - I have never concocted a Challenge on this forum involving multiple aliases you accuse me of having created. Have the moderator back up your accusation. Good luck with that. Look in the mirror on that one.
Your puerile mistruths about being restricted is not doing anything to lift your zero credibility rating.
You are out and out scum and make nil contribution to the betterment of this forum. Other than leave those animals alone it's sick.
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