From gambling’s rout to Aubrey Huff’s strikeout

America’s favorite sport that keeps you out of your money took a bit of a hit on Election Tuesday.

Two California ballots that would have legalized and expanded sports betting have burned.

Our beloved state remains America’s largest closed market for legal sports betting. We have largely denied the riches promised by allowing in-person sports betting at casinos and racetracks (Example 26) and online and mobile sports betting for adults. For some reason, we don’t believe the gambling industry when they say, “Trust us.”

Those people will come back. A fly won’t leave you alone when you’re the biggest horse in the stable.

Tuesday was an interesting night for sports. Former San Francisco Giants first baseman and Twitter quitter Aubrey Huff has failed in his bid for school board in Solano Beach, near San Diego. Huff Daddy got about 17 percent of the vote, meaning charter school kids in Solano Beach won’t be taking rifle training to protect themselves from liberals.

In Georgia’s U.S. senatorial election, Herschel Walker held a runoff on December 6, finishing second to the Rev. Raphael Warnock. Warnock may have a slight edge in this election, but Walker will improve his chances if he wears the badge. Proved to be an official voter of Georgia.

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Walker’s strong finish compared to early polls was due in part to a large campaign contribution from Giants principal owner Charles Johnson. So if San Francisco fails to sign free agent Aaron Judge but wins Walker in the second round, Johnson can tell Giants fans, “Hey, you wanted me to buy a superstar.”

Money can’t buy everything, and nowhere was that more evident than in the defeat of two California sports betting initiatives. Sports betting companies DraftKings, BetMGM and FanDuel Prop. Despite the huge amount of money sent to the 26th, about 70% of the voters said that they did not show thanks.

Pillar 27 lost by an even bigger margin. Opponents argued that this would turn every smartphone, laptop and tablet into a gambling tool, greatly increasing the likelihood that everyone, including children, would become victims of easy gambling.

Californians voted
favor
Voted to spend $1 billion on music and arts education in public schools and ban flavored tobacco. That’s right, kids, we don’t want you to have fun. No gambling, no smoking, no combat training. Now back to your tuba practice.

Protected against gambling problems by losing Tuesday’s cane. 26 and 27: adults.

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No morals from this column, but sports betting is a huge waste of money and time. I know a lot of people who bet on sports and so far not one friend has ever come to my house with a brand new Ferrari and explained that “the 49ers are covered.”

Californians decided they didn’t want to make it easier for people to bet on sports. You can already have booze, pizza, and weed delivered to your door. Answering yes on prop 27 would give us a big helmet of sports laziness.

Do we really need to expand betting? Are sports not hitting our wallets hard enough, especially here in the Bay Area?

The 49ers are the most expensive NFL game for a family of four, according to a study by Bookies.com. This site offers the cheapest tickets, parking, and two 16-ounce beers (Two?
two?),
two sodas and four hot dogs. Even on the most minimalist game day, the 49ers will put $1,028 in your pocket.

The 49ers are the only NFL team to quadruple, according to the study. Can’t blame the 49ers. The price to buy a Santa Clara councilman has skyrocketed.

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