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Luckalyzer Correctly Picks Winner Of All Three Presidential Debates

October 27th, 2012 No comments

In it’s very first attempt at predicting the outcome of all three Presidential Debates, Luckalyzer scored three for three. This once again proves the amazing power of this app at predicting the future of any human. The odds of the three debates ending with Romney, Obama, Obama as the winners is 8-1. I’m not sure [Read the full article…]

Mark Zuckerberg Uses Luckalyzer?

May 20th, 2012 No comments

Unless you are living in a cave you’ve probably read the news that on May 18, 2012 Mark Zuckerberg took Facebook public. It was the biggest IPO in history. What you may not know, is that the next day, Mark married Priscilla Chan. If we take a look at Mark’s Luckalyzer reading (below) we find [Read the full article…]

Robin Gibb’s Super Unlucky Day Causes Coma

April 19th, 2012 No comments

On Friday April 13th, Former Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb fell into a coma after contracting pneumonia. Family members are reportedly keeping vigil at his bedside. For seven days Robin remained in his coma until April 20, when he miracously awoke. A quick check of Robin’s luck finds Luckalyzer, not only pinpointing the exact day [Read the full article…]

Don Cornelius’s Bad Luck Causes Death

February 13th, 2012 No comments

Famed Soul Train creator Don Cornelius kills himself on “deadly” bad luck day. Lucklayzer&#153 once again pinpoints the bad luck that causes, yet another, celebrity to take his life. Take a look at this graphic representation of Don’s luck leading up to and including the day he killed himself:     Notice how all his [Read the full article…]

Congresswoman Gifford’s Life Spared

January 29th, 2011 No comments

On January 8th 2011 a crazed gunman opened fire at a political rally. Many were injured and two people were killed. One of those wounded was Congresswoman Giffords who was shot in the head at point blank range. Doctors claim she should be dead yet Gifford’s survives and continues to recover. Because of that some [Read the full article…]

Judge John Roll’s Tucson Shooting Death

January 12th, 2011 No comments

District Judge John Roll was murdered Jan 8, 2011 during an assasination attempt on US Representative Gabrielle Gifford. Unfortunately Judge Roll ignored his Luckalyzer Reading and met his tragic death. In these past posts I’ve examined the deaths of many singers, movie stars, and celebrities and they all have the same pattern that caused their [Read the full article…]

Sports Stars Ignore Luckalyzer And Die

January 9th, 2011 No comments

In a previous post on celebrity deaths, I went over how to interpret your Luckalyzer Report to determine days where you could possibly die. In this post, I’ll examine the deaths of four sports figures who were warned of their bad luck, chose to ignore the warnings, and ended up dead. Today we’ll examine the [Read the full article…]

Luckalyzer Predicts Bad Luck That Caused Flood

August 16th, 2010 No comments

How would you like to come home and your house is an inch deep in water? That’s what happened to me today (August 14, 2010). My house was flooded. First time in my life. I checked my 30-Day Luckalyzer Report and here is what it showed: Luckalyzer™ was right, I was having some bad luck. [Read the full article…]

Luckalyzer Predicts My Lucky Win At WSOP

June 3rd, 2010 No comments

In this article I put Luckalyzer to the test. Can it really predict lucky days? For my test I’m going to use the 2010 World Series Of Poker currently being held at the Rio in Las Vegas. First I check my Luckalyzer Report for any days in the near future that are extremely lucky. After [Read the full article…]

Bird Poops On Frigid Woman

May 22nd, 2010 No comments

A Luckalyzer™ user recently related an interesting success story. Cheryl has a husband who works the graveyard shift. On May 21, he come home after his shift feeling a little frisky. Hoping his wife would help him with his problem, he woke her up. Unfortunately for him, Cheryl was not in the mood and refused [Read the full article…]