sorry broheimers slow slow slow to get in. just got to the Gahden for the 2nd half. here's the fade plays all 500. again, if I could get in I would post on time. maybe play the second half 🤔 shake it J.I.L.
GO CELTS GO GREEN 🍀
BOSTON STRONG 💪
Good job Blanche. What i find really amazing is the money difference -12,400 to +6,900 That picture shows you clearly how the vig eats up profit. If 2 people played those exact bets with a bookie, the bookie made 5500 for doing nothing. Just seeing it clearly like that makes me wish i quit gambling 40 years ago lolllll
All of which is to say that for most people, it's not at all apparent that a roaring "outer lion" might just be hiding a fearfully quivering "inner kitten." Or, to invert a common metaphor, if you have chronic anger problems, you might actually be a sheep in wolf's clothing. Nor would you be able to recognize such heavily veiled vulnerability if, over the years (or decades!), you've routinely repressed troublesome feelings of anxiety or insecurity through donning the convenient cloak of anger.
And not only can anger help you conceal feelings of fear, inadequacy, and self-doubt by turning them into external conflict. It can also keep at bay states of depression, and emotional pain generally. Embarrassment, humiliation, guilt, and shame—as well as feelings of refusal, dismissal, and abandonment—can all be buried (however temporarily) beneath the self-righteously moralistic or "morally superior") camouflage of anger. However weak you may feel deep inside, you can fool almost anyone, including yourself, into believing you're strong if you can successfully obscure such vulnerability through the smokescreen of anger. Have an attitude of gratitude. Don't hate congratulate. Hate is insidious and hate can eat you up from the inside. Be nice. Be kind. J.I.L.