Lucky patchers make the difference.
Godus, one of the top-ranked lucky patters, was recently named a top Australian patcher.
It was named the best lucky patter by readers of our magazine in a list published in November.
“Godus is a true treasure hunt,” said Pat Robertson, the founder of the influential Christian Broadcasting Network, in a statement.
“If you’re searching for a rare and valuable item, it’s the only one you can trust.
Godus has made it that way.”
Gotes has made his mark on Australian patters for the last 25 years.
He is known for his signature gazes and a specialised knack for spotting rare gems in the country’s most precious natural resources.
Gotes says he is very lucky to have such an amazing staff, who are not only willing to put in the time and energy but who are also very good at spotting the gems.
“They’re very good, they’re very intelligent,” he said.
“If we have a gem that’s not in the market, it takes a lot of work to find it.”
The lucky patger’s work is often overlooked, with many patters being overlooked in the selection process.
Patters like Gotes can be extremely hard to spot because they are a relatively new breed.
Some patters may have a few gems, others a lot.
If you have a look at the list below, you’ll notice a few patters that were chosen for the magazine.
You can view the full list of lucky patcers here: Godus has earned the title of the “best lucky patroller” in the world, the top lucky patcer of Australian patting, according to a list released by the ABC.
The magazine said he was named Australia’s top lucky catter by its readers in November, but the list was published on December 8.
According to the list, Gotes’ team has identified “the 100 greatest lucky catchers in the history of the industry”, including Pat Robertson.
In an interview with The Herald Sun, Robertson said Gotes was “one of the best luckers I know”.
“Gotes has been doing this for 25 years,” he told the paper.
“The work he’s done in the last 10 years is phenomenal.
He is the best in the business.”
Goes has been a patcher for more than 20 years, but says he hasn’t seen the last of his lucky cats.
“(I’m) just happy to be around my cats.
They’re so loyal, they really are.”
In 2016, Goses said he would like to have the lucky catcher title.
But he said he has a few more cats and has no plans to retire.
And, he is not going to let his lucky cat be the last one.
Read more: “We are going to do another 100,000 catches, we’ll go to the next level and do another 1 million patches,” he added.
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