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Lottery gambling is much like gambling that Donald Trump will be the next president. Either way, there is a high probability most of us will lose.
To all you chumps who blew your money on Powerball and got nothing: Ha! Ha! Ha!
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If I ever hit Powerball, WSU will have a football team. Too bad WSU alumni don’t feel the same way.
The State of the Union speech reminded me of Benjamin Franklin’s wit: “Great talkers, little doers.”
The president said that he wants America to find a cure for cancer. Democrats stood and cheered while Republicans sat and refused to clap. I hope everyone who has been touched by cancer remembers that in the next election.
So South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has decided she is a total establishment Republican. Too bad. She will never be any more popular with the national Republican base than Jeb Bush, John McCain, Mitch McConnell or Lindsey Graham. She may as well become a Democrat. They loved her so-called rebuttal.
If columnist Charles Krauthammer knows how to end the centuries-old Sunni-Shiite conflict, let him tell us – instead of hammering Obama every time.
Am I the only one who wonders who pays for the endless insurance commercials on TV and also those of ambulance-chasing lawyers? Think about it the next time your premium goes up.
How are a few hundred dollars of savings for energy to heat my home and drive my car a financial win for me personally when the earthquakes resulting from the recovery of this energy are causing thousands of dollars in damage to my home and perhaps polluting our water?
The state keeps missing revenue marks? Some years I have underperforming finances. What to do? Cut back and live within your income. Never spend what you do not have.
Senate President Susan Wagle has proved herself to be nothing less than Gov. Sam Brownback’s faithful lapdog.
The very guy (Kris Kobach) who has spent all his time in office trying to undermine the cornerstone of our democracy is offering a civics lesson to kids. Give me a break.
If I come to your restaurant and you are playing rap music, I won’t come back. If you have unfriendly help, I won’t come back. If the place is dirty, I won’t come back. I was in a restaurant recently where the light fixture globes were full of dead bugs.
I would like to see a regulation that restaurants not serve water unless customers specifically ask for water. Some of the glasses of water are so large. This issue should also be addressed.
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