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November 30, 2013, 8:12 amfeel today 11/30
382/385 or 387
November 28, 2013, 10:32 amThanksgiving day numbs
066(099) or 069 possibly east
November 20, 2013, 8:19 pmIs anyone capable of hitting Connecticut in less than 4 days with less than 5 picks
..If so I'm all ears...not 100 pairs or plays...less than 5
Thanks to any respondants
Last Edited: November 20, 2013, 8:19 pm
November 20, 2013, 7:21 pmYet another reason why there is disdain for those in power..
what happened tre LOL....you're career got smoked you piece of Sh*t..LOL
A congressman with nothing better to do than develop a cocain habit...go figure
Rep. Trey Radel, R-Fla., is "profoundly sorry" after being arrested Oct. 29 and charged Tuesday in Washington, D.C., for misdemeanor cocaine possession.
"I struggle with the disease of alcoholism, and this led to an extremely irresponsible choice," Radel, who's serving his first term in the U.S. House, said in a statement Tuesday. "Believe me, I am disappointed in myself, and I stand ready to face the consequences of my actions.
"However, this unfortunate event does have a positive side: It offers me an opportunity to seek treatment and counseling," he went on, requesting prayers for his family. "As the father of a young son and a husband to a loving wife, I need to get help so I can be a better man for both of them."
He is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday, a GOP leadership aide confirmed to CBS News, adding the news came as a shock. The charge threatens a maximum of 180 days of imprisonment in addition to a possible fine up to $1,000.
Somewhat ironically, Radel is the cosponsor of H.R. 1695, Justice Safety Valve Act of 2013, which would give judges more flexibility on sentencing in cases involving mandatory minimums. He's also gone on record as citing his favorite vacation spot as Cartagena, Colombia, which as of 2004 accounted for 80 percent of the world's cocaine production.
Radel, 37, is a former television news anchor and conservative radio talk show host and represents southwest Florida. His election last year marked his first foray into politics.
House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, remarked on the arrest in a statement: "Members of Congress should be held to the highest standards, and the alleged crime will be handled by the courts. Beyond that, this is between Rep. Radel, his family, and his constituents."
Last Edited: November 20, 2013, 7:22 pm
November 16, 2013, 5:47 pmquit smoking and start vaporizing
..these so called ecigs ,may be the real deal.I don't mean the ones that look like cigarettes that you can barely get a 'pull'
off of.The main contender seems to be something called the "eGO twist" ..I have something close to it called "Liquid white rhino" that I found in a corner store.
With both of these you need to buy liquid..aka an ejuice.I'm still new to the game and haven't entirely found my homerun for an ejuice flavor or company in particular.
My main point to get across is if you have ever thought about quitting,then this may be an easy middle ground to do so.It provides the sense of "getting a drag".
I haven't bought a pack of cigs since the 11'th of OCT this year and it's been a breeze...just need to try a little harder at finding an ejuice that totally compliments a good occasional weekend beer binge lol.
BTW..I am not being paid to enorse this particular product..just wanted to show what it looked like to those who didn't know
Last Edited: November 16, 2013, 5:53 pm
November 10, 2013, 11:06 amCuriousity in east... P4
(2536/2539) 2532 2537
November 5, 2013, 5:18 amHot combo still going
1 of these 2 straight should be falling any time now in allstates
134* or 314 *
|Sat, Nov 2, 2013||Michigan||Daily 3 Evening||1-4-3|
|Sat, Nov 2, 2013||Pennsylvania||Daily Number Midday||1-4-3|
|Sat, Nov 2, 2013||Tennessee||Cash 3 Midday||3-4-1, Lucky Sum: 8|
|Wed, Oct 30, 2013||Delaware||Play 3 Day||4-3-1|
|Tue, Oct 29, 2013||New Jersey||Pick 3 Evening||4-1-3|
|Tue, Oct 29, 2013||Virginia||Pick 3 Day||4-1-3|
|Fri, Oct 25, 2013||Tennessee||Cash 3 Morning||4-1-3, Lucky Sum: 8|
|Fri, Oct 18, 2013||Ohio||Pick 3 Evening||4-3-1|
|Sun, Oct 13, 2013||Illinois||Pick 3 Midday||4-1-3, Fireball: _|
|Sun, Oct 13, 2013||Iowa||Pick 3 Midday||4-1-3|
|Thu, Oct 10, 2013||Virginia||Pick 3 Night||4-1-3|
November 2, 2013, 7:33 pmWhat the real issue is..and it ain't race.
here's an article to help folks remember where THE MONEY WENT.
Don't let the BS they would like you to believe is destroying the country.The state this country is in is pathetic to say the least but we don't have enough fingers to do all the pointing.All of these f*ckers should be sitting in jail for emptying the SS fund.
Do you feel any safer now with all the wars this money has paid for that we can't possibly win?..has the ends justified the means?
July 16, 2010
note: The theft of SS funds has been ongoing since President Johnson took the fund out of trust and put it into the general fund to help finance the Viet Nam War. The Bush2 Administration used SS funds to hide the loss of revenue from his tax cuts the upper 3%; redesignating these stolen funds as “revenues” to hide the theft.
By ALLEN W. SMITH Guest columnistPublished: Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 4:01 a.m. NewsChief.com
“The 1983 payroll tax hike has generated more than $2.5 trillion that is supposed to be in the trust fund”
In December, the Obama deficit-reduction commission will make recommendations for budget cuts that will then be voted on, with an up or down vote, by the lame-duck Congress.Already, there is much speculation that Social Security will be one of the big targets. The rationale for cutting Social Security seems to be that, during such difficult economic times, everything should be a candidate for the chopping block, and that the public should support such cuts out of a sense of patriotism.The flaw in this argument is that Social Security has not contributed a dime to the budget deficits or the soaring national debt. Social Security is funded exclusively by payroll taxes (also known as FICA taxes), paid into the fund by working Americans.In 1983, the payroll tax was increased substantially in response to the recommendations, the previous year, of the Greenspan Commission on Social Security Reform. Prior to 1983, Social Security had operated on a “pay-as-you-go” basis with each generation responsible for paying for the benefits of the generation that preceded them.The 1983 legislation changed the nature of Social Security funding. In addition to paying for the benefits of the preceding generation, as was customary, the baby boomers were also required to pay additional taxes to partially pre-fund their own retirement.The net result is that the baby boomers have paid more into Social Security than any other generation. Yet they are often made scapegoats and blamed for the Social Security funding problem. I am not a baby boomer, but I am very sympathetic to them. They are getting a bum rap.The intent of the 1983 legislation was to generate large Social Security surpluses for the next 30 years that were supposed to be saved and invested, in order to build up a large reserve in the trust fund that could later be drawn down to pay benefits to the baby boomers. The 1983 payroll tax hike has generated more than $2.5 trillion that is supposed to be in the trust fund. If the trust fund actually held this amount in real assets, full Social Security benefits could be paid until at least 2037 without any changes. Unfortunately, none of the surplus revenue was saved or invested in anything. It was all spent, by the government, on wars and other government programs without making any provisions for repaying the money.During the past 25 years, five presidents, and the members of Congress, have participated in the great Social Security scam. All Social Security contributions made by working Americans, except the amount which was needed to pay current retirement benefits, has been funneled into the general fund and used for non-Social Security purposes.Some like to say that the government just “borrowed” the money during the time period when it was not needed to pay benefits. But borrowing implies repayment, and no provisions for repayment have been made.The government did not enact future tax increases that would automatically kick in when the Social Security money was needed. Neither did they enact legislation that would end other spending programs once the Social Security money was needed so the money could be transferred to the trust fund.The government spent the Social Security money, pure and simple, without making any provisions for future repayments. The IOUs in the trust fund are not marketable, and they could not be sold to anyone even for a penny on the dollar. The Social Security trustees confirmed the worthlessness of the IOUs in the 2009 Social Security Trustees Report with the following words:“Neither the redemption of trust fund bonds, nor interest paid on those bonds, provides any new net income to the Treasury, which must finance redemptions and interest payments through some combination of increased taxation, reductions in other government spending, or additional borrowing from the public.”In order for Social Security to pay full benefits after 2016, it will be necessary for the government to begin repaying the money it has spent on other things. This will mean increased taxes and/or additional borrowing.Neither of these is politically popular, and there is no assurance that future politicians will be willing to raise taxes to pay for the irresponsible behavior of past politicians. If the money is not repaid in full, with interest, it will have been stolen by the government from working Americans who paid into the fund.Since Social Security would be fully funded until at least 2037 if the government had not used the money for other things, the only reason that politicians are advocating cuts in Social Security benefits is the fact that the government does not have the money with which to pay its debt to Social Security.Given the fact that Section 13301 of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 made it a violation of federal law to use Social Security revenue for non-Social Security purposes, it is hard to justify using the word “borrow” to refer to any of the Social Security money spent after 1990, even if it is eventually paid back.
October 30, 2013, 8:35 pmMorbid Curiosity Pennsylvania
..just a hunch within 4 draws in the P4 to possibly see1 of these 4 combos
3150* 5530/5330)* 3500*
I can't tell which environment provokes it,but have noticed alot in the states as a whole that when a P3 combo repeats quick enough,
that there is a probable quick return in the P4 with the 4th digit beingany of theP3 combo digits or 0 or 1
Let's see if it works live
October 7, 2013, 5:44 amMaybe east coast 10/7
281 or 271
August 29, 2013, 6:19 pmFinally some common sense DOJ
About dam time these fools actually think practical and stay out of the way of a thriving industry...sorry for the bud pics>I couldn't copy and paste without them being there
Here's the article from Bloomberg
"" The U.S. won’t challenge laws in Colorado and Washington that legalized the recreational use of marijuana and will focus federal prosecutions on ties to criminal organizations, distribution to minors and transportation across state lines, the Justice Department said.
Attorney General Eric Holder told the governors of the two states that U.S. attorneys will focus on certain priority areas and work with them to set rules for the marijuana industry.
U.S. Said Not to Plan Challenge of State Marijuana Legalization
David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
Voters in Washington and Colorado last year approved ballot measures legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Growing, selling or possessing marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
Voters in Washington and Colorado last year approved ballot measures legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. Growing, selling or possessing marijuana remains illegal under federal law. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg
June 19 (Bloomberg) -- Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, talks about wildfires in the state, marijuana regulations and the outlook for changes to U.S. immigration law. He speaks with Trish Regan and Adam Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)
Aug. 14 (Bloomberg) -- With new laws that treat marijuana possession much like that of alcohol, police departments in Colorado and Washington are grappling with how to handle their drug-sniffing dogs. Bloomberg's Jennifer Oldham reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
The decision marks the first time the U.S. government has condoned recreational marijuana use and opens the door for other states to consider it. Voters in Washington and Colorado became the first to legalize it in November. Nineteen states allow medical marijuana use, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
In a memo to federal prosecutors around the country, Deputy Attorney General James Cole said that, beyond the priority areas, “the federal government has traditionally relied on states and local law enforcement agencies to address marijuana activity” under their own laws.
The new guidelines are “a major and historic step toward ending marijuana prohibition,” said Dan Riffle, federal policy director for the Marijuana Policy Project.
“The next step is for Congress to act,” said Riffle, whose Washington-based group is the largest advocating legalization. “We need to fix our nation’s broken marijuana laws and not just continue to work around them.”
Growing, selling or possessing marijuana remains illegal under federal law.
The federal priorities include monitoring marijuana activities for ties to criminal organizations, distribution to minors and transportation across state lines. Prosecutors have also been instructed to focus on preventing state-authorized endeavors from being used as a cover for trafficking other illegal drugs, violence in pot cultivation and driving under the influence of marijuana.
The government will also pursue cases where marijuana is grown on public lands or when it is carried on federal property, according to the Justice Department’s memo.
Officials in Washington and Colorado, as well as businesses associated with marijuana, have been pressing the Justice Department to make a decision on what the federal government would do where recreational use has been legalized.
“This very carefully considered approach by the federal government will allow our state to move forward and show the country a way a well-regulated system can be effectuated in a state while still respecting the federal Controlled Substances Act,” Washington Governor Jay Inslee, a 62-year-old Democrat, said today at a news briefing in Olympia.
“What I’m hearing from the federal government is that they believe there’s a reason to trust the states of Colorado and Washington,” Inslee told reporters. “So we’re not going to allow distribution of this product in a way that has massive leakage outside the state of Washington. We’re not going to allow distribution of this product to minors.”
Colorado Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper, 61, said the state shares the Justice Department’s enforcement priorities. The state is “determined to keep marijuana businesses from being fronts for criminal enterprises or other illegal activity,” he said in a statement.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, 50, a Republican who is seeking re-election in November and may run for president in 2016, called Holder’s decision not to challenge recreational marijuana laws “a mistake.”
It amounts to a “de facto” legalization, said Christie, a former U.S. attorney. New Jersey won’t move toward legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, the governor told reporters in Point Pleasant today.
Washington and Colorado have been designing regulations for the cultivation and sale of recreational marijuana while the Obama administration formulated its position on the state laws.
The Justice Department said it reserves the right to preempt the states should they run afoul of the new guidelines.
August 24, 2013, 11:01 amMaybe east 8/24
304/305 or 193/194
August 23, 2013, 7:49 amallstates weekend of 8/23>>
191 or 161
August 12, 2013, 7:00 pmCT lotto beats casinos
kinda shocked me at first but then again I been haering a steady stream of folks saying foxwoods has anemic payouts for the past couple of years
June 28, 2013, 8:00 amThis weekend 6/28>>
looking for it str8 somewhere