STAR CRAZY – LAUNCH

It’s twelve noon. Welcome to the Betsfactor School and welcome to STAR CRAZY DAY.

This educative video will, literally, explain it all.

We’re going to have double history to kick off.

Then science.

Then maths.

There might be some homework as well.

Before we start with another embarrassing afternoon of self congratulation, let’s have a rare moment of humility and plenty of disclaimers.

First, this will leave you with a slight (large) feeling of deflation, because there’s nothing new to see here. They’re just at it yet again. So, if you read this and start saying “yeah this is obvious”, “tell us something new”, well if it’s so obvious why didn’t you oppose Ella to win, stick money on her to hit the bottom two and pay off your mortgage? Because, there’s so much noise on that show, it’s difficult to see the wood from the trees.

Second, hindsight is a wonderful thing, I felt I could tell Ella was in trouble, because I spotted all on Saturday, but sometimes you can’t quite work out WHY it’s happening – it’s only with hindsight, knowing she was 6th out of 6th, that you think – yeah, this theory is right.

Thirdly, despite the sense of humour of this site, we do have to be careful not to over egg this pudding. It’s easy to search for patterns and then invent some half baked theory as to why the pattern is occurring  For instance, I am convinced that Red and Black theory is the most important piece of academic research in gameshow history. If that’s right, along with Kye Fawkes Night, then why red and black James Arthur and then burn him the next week? My explanation on Sofabet, “They want to mix it up a bit”, you could argue, is a little contrived. It all still points to my theory that Jahmene is the chosen one, and Christopher is the monster that needs to be slain.

This afternoon, we’re going back to Betsfactor School. I’ve made it fun for you with plenty of interactive games.

Here’s the timetable for the rest of the day:

12 Noon – History
1pm – History
3pm – Science Homework
9pm – Science
11pm – Maths

Midnight – Home Time

Those are the disclaimers, the humility, the “yeah buts”, keep all that in mind and sit back and enjoy….

STAR CRAZY DAY

12 Noon – History

Last year, Betsfactor kept telling you again and again that Little Mix would “outperform” and then that they would “win it”. I don’t need to remind you that this site was correct over and over again, netting delighted readers over £12.6m in prize winnings. Little Mix sailed through and now are bringing their brand of urban pop and overacting, to great songs like this.

More curious was what was happening to Marcus as the show hotted up. Given this was my first year, despite all the bravado and bluster. I was worrying about “Wishing on a Star”. The subliminal rays of the big stars were beating down on Marcus…

Deep down, I really felt it was the muffin’s moment.

This weekend just gone, I’d barely watched the show, so I was wary about risking any of our hard earned 8290%, but I had a similar feeling. Ella’s in trouble, can that really be correct…?!

If you are new to the Betsfactor party, last year we had Wishing on a Star Day, Marcus was stood on giant stars…


he was put behind the universe’s biggest star…

And we all remember where we were when we first spotted that final, absolute proof star, emblazoned on his finger.
The moment Betsfactor went from staggeringly good, to Strafferspheric.

I was eating salt and vinegar square crisps when I had my first “Star Heart Leap”. Where were you?

Why were they using stars on Marcus and not Little Mix?

All the stars are coming out tonight
They’re lighting up the sky tonight
For you
For you

All the stars are coming out tonight
They’re lighting up the sky tonight
For you
For you,

Yeah you and me we can ride on a star
If you stay with me girl, we can rule the world.

NEXT on STARCRAZY DAY: ALL NEW History.
History we’ve never analysed before.

Trust me, this is definitive proof…!

The breaking of a new dawn as Betsfactor rises triumphant.

YET AGAIN.

1pm.

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Posted on November 20, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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