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Jim Barnes has been active in sports since
he was 12-years-old, devising a dice baseball
game that kept him occupied for hours. In
1968, Barnes began “Statis-Pro Games”
which later became part of the Sports
Illustrated Series and were sold world-wide
with full page promotion in SI.
While living with his family in Las Vegas, he
began handicapping sports which led GBC
Press to publish his highly praised “Journal
Barnes last full-time position was serving as
a consultant to the Stardust Sports and
Racebook from 1993-2004.
22 PEOPLE SAVED FROM TORNADO BY BANK VAULT
If your valuables are in a safety deposit box there is little reason to
worry about them being stolen. Twenty-two people jammed into a
Moore, Oklahoma, Federal Savings and Loan vault to escape the
danger of the F5 tornado; it was the only thing left intact.
OBAMA TO EXPLAIN MILITARY USE OF DRONES
During a speech today at the National Defense University, President
Obama will discuss drones being used against Americans and the
closing of “Gitmo” prison, a campaign pledge. Even though it has not
been disclosed, I have learned Obama and the Chinese President will
meet in Palm Springs, Ca., early in June.
FOUR FEDERAL OFFICES WILL NOT OPEN TODAY
Failure of congress to act on a budget extension some time ago will
shut down the IRS, Department of Housing, EPA and Budget office
today. Close to 12,000 employees will lose one day’s pay. Naturally,
congressmen will continue to draw unearned salaries.
ENGLAND PUSHES HACKING DEATH INVESTIGATION
The two men that were shot at the scene where they hacked a British
soldier to death and then posed for video filming on cell phones are
hospitalized as the Government explores if the pair is involved in a
terrorist threat. The killers said the soldier’s death was in retaliation for
Muslim dying in Middle East conflicts.