[eDebate] While in Lexington

JW Patterson jwpatt00
Thu May 3 12:08:45 CDT 2007


OFF TRACK BETTING ON THE DERBY
 
You Gamblers may or may not know that you can do off track betting on the
Kentucky Derby in Lexington. Just go to the Keeneland Race Track near the
airport and place your bets. If you are free you can also watch the Derby
there on the  big screen.

As usual, the vast majority of local betters aren"t betting on the apparent
favorite, Curlin, but instead are split between Street Sense and Nobiz Like
Shobiz. Remember, only two favorites have won since 1979. 2000 and 2004.

BIG SALE AT JOSEPH BETH"S BOOK STORE

One Of Lexington"s big plums is the Joseph Beth Book Store on the Lexington
Greene. The store is having a store-wide sale of twenty percent off
everything in the store on Saturday and Sunday. In addition to books, the
sale includes peridociles, gifts, CD"s etc.

LEXINGTON HERALD LEADER RECOMMENDS FOR YOUR I POD ON DERBY DAY

Bryan Adams--"Get off my Back"
Randy Newman-- "Theme from Seabiscut"
The Sundays--"Wild Horses"
Prince "Little Red Corvette"
Merle Haggard "Kentucky Gambler"
George Harrison--"Dark Horse"
Booker T and the MGs 'The Horse"
Emmylou Harris--Blue Kentucky Girl

PLEASE NOTE; The Herald  Leader missed the most obvious" Art Fogelberg and
"Run for the ROSES"

Chet Atkins--"The Derby"
Sarah Vaughan--"One Mint Julep"
KT Tunstall "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree"
Goldfrapp--"Ride a Wild Horse"
Rolling Stones--"Dead Flowers"

Mean Time, back in the Classroom Bldg.

JW Patterson








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