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Geographical numerical egalitarianism

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Posted: April 24, 2005, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

 

I'm prone to thinking of everywhere outside New Mexico as pretty much the same place.  I'm particularly gratified to see that  evidently, the numbers feel the same way.  This chart demonstrates conclusively that the numbers figure Houston, Washington DC, NYC, Boston, Savannah, Miami and Sacramento, CA and someplace in West Virginia are generally equal in terms of a numerical place to grab a chair, pull back your hat to wipe the sweat off your brow and give the waitress a sly wink when you order a cup of coffee.

Just about the same things appear to be happening everywhere, numerically, when you have a lot of anonymous humans wadded up into a pile waving their fists and shouting while they bump into one another in automobiles of various kinds and colors. 

On the other hand, those numbers appear to just drop in on vacation, or passing through on I40 and I25 driving moving vans, stopping for a meal or a cup of java to break the pavement mesmerism when they come to New Mexico or Colorado.  Numerical cultural diversity is simply not to be found where life moves too quickly to be really sorted out.

In fact, unless I've made a mistake in my cutting and pasting, things were so squinched together over on the east coast on the 20th that the numbers got completely bamboozled and tried to be two places at one time:






DC


4/20/2005


15


16


22


23


27


10


WV Hot


4/20/2005


15


16


22


23


27





 I'll leave it to someone else to backtrack me and find my error, if there is one.  I like it too well just as it is, whether it actually happened in real life, or only inside the computer.

 




Ohio 5


4/21/2005


1


26


33


34


39



Ohio 5


4/21/2005


4


7


20


23


29



OH Super


4/20/2005


3


15


19


32


37


44


Ohio 5


4/20/2005


3


12


13


30


39



PA Match


4/21/2005


19


22


25


30


33



PA Match


4/19/2005


12


24


28


34


47


49


MASS Cash


4/22/2005


4


7


17


21


34



MASS Cash


4/21/2005


6


12


24


29


40


46


MASS MEGA


4/20/2005


4


7


12


32


36


42


Mass Cash


4/19/2005


1


5


7


31


32



Mass


4/18/2005


3


10


15


16


34


38


NY Take5


4/22/2005


3


6


19


21


22



NY Take5


4/21/2005


1


4


9


33


37



NY Lotto


4/20/2005


3


30


34


44


45


51


DC Hot5


4/22/2005


7


8


10


14


23



DC Hot5


4/21/2005


6


8


16


23


32



DC Quik


4/21/2005


7


15


18


22


25


33


DC


4/20/2005


15


16


22


23


27


10


WV Hot


4/20/2005


15


16


22


23


27



WV Hot


4/16/2005


15


16


21


23


38



GA F5


4/22/2005


5


14


26


30


32



GA F5


4/21/2005


2


13


15


33


37



GA F5


4/20/2005


11


22


23


35


39



GA LS


4/20/2005


13


15


18


29


43


46


Florida Fan5


4/22/2005


2


16


25


28


33



Florida Fan5


4/21/2005


8


15


18


26


33



Florida


4/20/2005


1


7


25


30


41


46


Texas 2 step


4/21/2005


13


16


19


27



26


Texas


4/20/2005


9


10


16


25


44



KS Cash


4/20/2005


2


5


13


25


32



KS Cash


4/18/2005


9


12


19


27


30



Colo Cash 5


4/22/2005


6


9


18


19


29



Colo Cash 5


4/21/2005


12


15


27


28


29



ColoLotto


4/20/2005


11


23


29


30


34


42


NM RR


4/22/2005


3


6


22


32


33



NM RR


4/20/2005


5


10


16


22


25



NM RR


4/18/2005


1


12


15


27


31



Cal Fan5


4/22/2005


10


18


25


30


39



Cal Fan5


4/21/2005


6


19


26


28


35



Cal


4/20/2005


7


13


15


28


31


9




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    Posted: April 25, 2005, 9:04 am - IP Logged

     


    Shocking.  Low company for everyone on the 23rd.  Aside from that 50 on PB, the highest number to hit was 43.  Yeah, 43.  The gossip mongers among you will prick up your ears on that one.  I'd guess she's preening a bit from all the attention I gave her on my blog the other day, but you'll notice she's not with her old gang.

    However, drawing this back to numerical geographical egalitarianism.  Discipline's what's needed here, not all this rambling off in all directions following the activities of 43 and noticing in public what a lot of bottom-feeders the lotteries were on Saturday.

    Hokay.  13s hit a bunch, but you'll notice they disguised their activities by spreading them out...PB, Wash DC, NY, Ohio, Illinoise, all took a shot and hit pay dirt with 13.  7 had a nice little jaunt all the way across the continent, as well.  16 hung around in NY and DC, but then darted out to the cornfield country to visit the parents in KS and see how the spring planting's going.  19s wisely never came east of KS, (probably for a brief rendezvous with 16, but keep an eye on that one... might just blossom into a relationship.)

    And as is so often the case, 12 was bouncing around all over the map with the same theatre troop, but this time hoofing with 43.

     






    Power Ball


    4/23/2005


    8


    9


    13


    15


    50


    9


    DC Hot5


    4/23/2005


    7


    12


    14


    21


    30



    DC Quik


    4/23/2005


    7


    13


    16


    28


    32



    NY Take5


    4/23/2005


    13


    16


    29


    30


    33



    Florida MM


    4/23/2005


    5


    15


    34


    38



    2


    Florida Fan5


    4/23/2005


    11


    12


    17


    32


    36



    Ohio 5


    4/23/2005


    7


    13


    18


    29


    38



    ILL Little Lotto


    4/23/2005


    13


    15


    24


    37


    39



    KS Cash


    4/23/2005


    16


    19


    23


    26


    28


    16


    Tx Cash 5


    4/23/2005


    8


    19


    29


    33


    36



    Colo Cash 5


    4/23/2005


    2


    7


    8


    20


    27



    NM RR


    4/23/2005


    11


    12


    15


    17


    22


    14


    Cal Fan5


    4/23/2005


    13


    17


    19


    22


    28



    WA Lotto


    4/23/2005


    2


    9


    12


    7


    28


    43




    Yep, to those numbers, we're all living in the same spot of ground.

    Jack