Originally posted by @radioactive69I wish I had a fortune to tell.
Do they tell fortunes ?
Originally posted by @eladarGoing all right so far.
I wish I had a fortune to tell.
How much are you up after last night?
Originally posted by @eladarThank you
I guess they didn't bother to teach you about a median in school. You are a product of a real top notch education system.
Originally posted by @radioactive69Perhaps I should bet on it, but I don't gamble. If I did, I'd play Texas Holdem on line.
Going all right so far.
Outlayed $100 on the Australian game for a $400 return. $50 on a treble which lost in the first game and $50 on a double for a $180 collect. All up $380 so far.
At this rate I may buy you a subscription to RHP.
If you're a betting man I will be giving my preview of the games next weekend on Friday with betting strategies to clean up with. Don't miss it.
Originally posted by @roma45Funny how 5 percent difference makes the US so much fatter than the UK.
I can spell addressed and know what 3 X. 30 is.
Pssssst it's 90
Don't know about s median but I know the USA has no mediums in trouser size. Extra large for the grid iron fans
Is it true your stadium's hold 200 thousand seats. But only 100 thousand can attend due to fat asses?
Originally posted by @eladarSo you've just proved that 54.5% of Americans are obese. More than every 2nd one.
Originally posted by @radioactive69Not all Americans are poor.
So you've just proved that 54.5% of Americans are obese. More than every 2nd one.
Stop stuffing hot dogs and corn dogs and all that other rubbish down your traps.
There's people staving around the world while you makes pigs of yourselves.
Thanks for the link. Proves everything we thought.
Originally posted by @eladarWhich means that 37% of Australians are underweight.
Not all Americans are poor.
The numbers I saw doing google was 33 percent US and 28 percent UK.
63 percent of Australian adults are overweight or obese.
Looks like most of us are in the same boat, must be a well constructed boat not to sink.
Originally posted by @radioactive69I've not found that. I see US rates similar to Australia.
Which means that 37% of Australians are underweight.
According to CNN (see link below) only 2% of Americans are underweight. That's right.....2%. Horrendous !!!