Blue Moon Triples 6/27-7/3

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BA, we have another blue moon on June 30th!

Thanks, Tarzan

Looks like Laverne Gem



334, 344, 335, 355, 337,377, 339,399


345 - 347 - 349 - 357 - 359
379 - 457 - 459 - 479 - 579





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Three days before & after...

 From 6/27 to 7/3

New or FullMoon

0*,1*,2* strong digits

Watch for triples,false triples,

series  and Quads


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During this post you will see one of these



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I know

During this Full Moon

have Vtrac 45 & 52 pair on hand



019-564       Vtrac 125 combos




VTrac 145 combos   






  VTRAC 52-3





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In response to Blackapple

Thank u BA!!!

Good luck!!!

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In response to Blackapple

thank u for this!Kisses

Shy Whistlerplease tell me, what is a blue moon?   

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wow!  thank u calabs & BA!


In recent times, people have taken to calling a full moon a blue moon based on the Gregorian calendar. By this use of the term, a blue moon is the second of two full moons to occur in the same calendar month. This definition of blue moon originated from a mistake in an article in the March 1946 Sky & Telescope magazine, which failed in an attempt to infer the earlier definition used in the original Farmer's Almanac (see above). It was helped to popularity when Deborah Byrd of Earth & Sky walked into the Peridier astronomy library at the University of Texas at Austin one day, leafed through some old magazines, and found the 1948 blue moon article in Sky & Telescope. She used the definition – the second full moon in a single month – in the radio series Star Date for some years. As a result, the game Trivial Pursuit used a question and answer about blue moon. Sky & Telescope discovered the error nearly sixty years later and the magazine printed a retraction and correction.[2] By the time the correction came the calendar definition had already come into common use. As it is easier to understand, the mistaken calendar-based meaning has stuck.

Calendar blue moons occur infrequently, and the saying once in a blue moon is used to describe a rare event. However, they are inevitable because of the mis-match between the solar and lunar cycles. Each calendar year contains twelve full lunar cycles, plus about eleven days to spare. The extra days accumulate, so that while most years contain twelve full moons to match the twelve months, every two or three years there is a year with thirteen full moons. On average, this happens once every 2.72 years. Additionally, in some years there is no full moon in February at all, since February is slightly shorter than the time from one full moon to the next. This condition, known as black moon, gives additional 'blue' moons in the preceding and following months.

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GA starting early on the festivities...series and one of Laverne's Gems.  I hope this is the prelude to a wonderful week of wins!!  Thanks BA.



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 Originally posted by Blackapple on May 29, 2007

Watch for Laverne's GEMS

I know when I see 334, 344, 337, 377, 335, 355, 339, 399 I will soon see a repeat of the # that hit or another #(s) in the group

GA EVE...a str8 gem334!! Great call BA.

~May THE FORCE be with you~


You know when I seen

your name ToJo76*

I thought

"A gem for Ga.",It happen


In response to Blackapple

910 Ohio nite 6/25

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my 4 triple plays during the blue moon watch....

kentucky midday out 607 days

new max..324 days

south carolina..both midday and eve out...midday...225 draws...evening...299 days 

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Looks like Laverne Gem is due again

334, 344, , 355,  339, 399


345 - 347 - 349 -  - 359
379 -  - 459 - 479 -

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MDMidday Pick 34-4-3Mon, Jul 2, 2007
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MissouriMidday Pick 3Mon, Jul 2, 20074-4-4

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