WUBT Betting Exchange Radio
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Back by popular demand on WUBT Betting Exchange Radio — he was last on over a year ago — is Brian Coplin.
Brian has now finished the accounts for November and was pleasantly surprised by his profit. It now means that in the last 4 months he has made more than his full time job before tax. You’ll be able to find out how he’s done that, live, with me tomorrow, Wednesday 10th December 2008, at 1.00pm UK time. It’s gonna be a great show.
[The show is on at 1:00pm UK time – available in the sidebar when live >
It will then be repeated in the same place untill about 6pm after which you can find it in our archives]
If you have any questions for Brian or anything else to say leave a comment in this post.
I’m now off to do battle in Bay Street for my Christmas shopping. You can never get everything in one place in Malta so a visit to The Plaza Shopping Center is necessary as well. Christmas fare is just like being in England. The traditional Maltese menu has made way for Christmas turkey, Christmas cake, Christmas puddings and mince pies, all inherited during 164 years of British rule which ended two years after I was born.
I hate shopping at any time but at Christmas it’s murder. But necessary. One of the downsides in Malta is that the “fresh” turkeys aren’t fresh. They’re imported from Italy frozen and defrosted a couple of days before collection. Last year I ordered the usual turkey and a forerib of beef from a friend who owns a very good butcher in Mosta. Sadly, the art of tieing joints with string has died. They rely on a machine which puts a net around the joint.
So, imagine the scene. A drunken eccentric Englishman – as I’ve been called – tumbles out of his car. He staggers in to the village butcher and demands his joint to be trimmed and tied. There’s a shop full of people. It can’t be done, he’s told. The machine’s too small. Indignantly, he goes behind the counter and demands string. A little old lady rushes out of the butchers as if her life depends on it. In the meantime, as luck would have it, Sandro, the butcher, finds half a bottle of cooking brandy which he gives out to everyone in his shop as we wait for the string due to the impromptu Christmas Eve joint tieing presentation.
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The string arrives. And Man of Mystery starts to tie the joint quicker than he’s ever tied a joint in his life. On completion it is launched in to the air with great aplomb and lands in a Spanish gentleman’s shopping basket. The Spanish chap then proceeds to do a victory march around the shop holding the joint above his head. To a round of applause. I collapse in a heap and my partner scrapes me off the floor and ushers me back in to the car. Collecting the joint on the way. I trust things won’t get so messy this Christmas Eve. And I am told the joint will be prepared properly for me this time.
Ladies and Gents have a great day and good luck to you all, as always.
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