[AusRace] Muleys Way - a system

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Sun May 21 17:52:40 AEST 2023

I've got a feeling that the restricted power availability won't be too
much longer in coming back.

On Sat, 20 May 2023 at 00:29, Tony Moffat <tonymoffat at bigpond.com> wrote:
> This is similar to another 'system' posted here in recent months.
> This one goes the extra mile after being somewhat simplistic in the first
> part, the second part attempts to inject some class.
> (a) sum the finish position, the handicap weight, the barrier number from
> its form
> (b) sum the weight and the barrier for the upcoming race
> (c) divide the overall race prizemoney (from its form race) by 10000
> (d) divide the overall race prizemoney (for the upcoming race) by 10000
> Using (a) - the sum of its finish, weight, barrier in the form race and
> multiply by (c) (C)
> Using (b) - the sum of its weight and barrier in the upcoming race and
> multiply by (d)(D)
> Compare (C) and (D) - big numbers matter.
> Muley was older than me and left school before me. He was French. His mother
> was Lebanese and French, His father was the power plant engineer for the
> town and district and his sisters were pretty. Muley joined the French Navy
> because he could do engineering on MTU engines, common there I presume and
> not made of the 23000 parts that Cats and Cummins and GMs are (it must be
> important). Muley was the rail engine engineer, horse breeder, horse owner
> and punter with a system, water polo tragic and second worst golfer in the
> world, ever. Still, he drank tea and talked horse often.
> Have you ever lived in a country town where the big generators thrummed
> along until 2300 then went off and darkness came. I'm surprised there aren't
> more children, what with all that dark nights, bedness and things. In our
> town there was a 'sub', a smaller user friendlier generator that revved on
> after the big machine closed down. The 'sub' powered the essentials, some of
> the Main Street, the sump pumps at the levee near the river, the aerodrome
> lights, the hospital, Police Station, Post Office and the ice works. Twice a
> week the lights stayed on until 0200, party time. Next week it was three
> nights, wow, life in the 60's. No power meant the pictures ended at 2100,
> the Club and Pubs closed, no tennis, no late night hit parades, and tv was 5
> years away anyway.
>  The County Council fixed it by draping power lines off those big pylons for
> miles across paddocks. Then it was on 24/7 until it wasn't because there
> seemed to be a blackout weekly and was caused somewhere else  too, never in
> town but 200 miles away somewhere. Once it happened in the middle of a Col
> Joye and the Joyboys concert. We all had lighters so no problem.
> Cheers
> Tony
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