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  1. pokerplayer

    DV Lottery games for 10/19 and 10/20 - 2018

    Life is good !! good luck to us in next draw folks !! p
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    DV Lottery games for 10/19 and 10/20 - 2018

    Mega Millions jackpot reaches $1B as drawing nears 1 hour ago © Provided by A man walks past Mega Millions and other lottery displays outside of The Lucky Spot in San Francisco, Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018. The Mega Millions jackpot has climbed to $970 million, inching ever-closer to the $1 billion mark. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu) DES MOINES, Iowa - The Mega Millions jackpot has soared to an estimated $1 billion, as the second-largest lottery prize in U.S. lottery history gets even bigger. Lottery officials increased the grand prize just hours ahead of the Friday night drawing. The prize climbed from $970 million. Although the jackpot keeps increasing , the odds of winning remain stuck at a miserable one in 302.5 million. The prize has grown so large because no one has hit the jackpot since July 24, when a group in California won $543 million. The $1 billion prize refers to the annuity option. Most winners opt for cash, which for Friday night's drawing would be $565 million. Officials say that if there isn't a winner, the prize for Tuesday night's drawing would be $1.6 billion, tying the largest U.S. lottery prize.
  3. pokerplayer

    DV Lottery games for 10/19 and 10/20 - 2018

    Bwahahahahahahaha, Come on, lots of us need new shoes !!! pp
  4. pokerplayer

    DV Lottery games for 10/19 and 10/20 - 2018

    A Billion $'s !! WOW !! Not that I am greedy or anything, er, ah, um ? well maybe just a little, LOL Hoping its us !! pp
  5. I think I could retire quite nicely on a share of this. OK I say lets win it this time pp
  6. I see somebody changed their mind shabs and switched their emicon. That was nice to do. pp
  7. One of Khashoggi's suspected killers reportedly died in a car crash on return to Saudi Arabia ALEX LOCKIE Oct 18th 2018 1:29PM One of the men named by pro-government Turkish media as one of 15 suspects in the alleged murder of Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi has reportedly died in a car accident. Mashal Saad al-Bostani of the Saudi Royal Air Forces had reportedly been en route to Saudi Arabia. The report comes from a pro-Turkish government source that has had a lot of scoops from anonymous Turkish officials on the Khashoggi case. Turkish officials have leaked intelligence to Turkish and US publications, but have apparently not provided key evidence to US intelligence services. Saudi Arabia is known for its exceptionally high rate of car accidents and fatalities. Mashal Saad al-Bostani of the Saudi Royal Air Forces, who was named by pro-government Turkish media as one of 15 suspects in the alleged murder of Saudi critic Jamal Khashoggi, has reportedly died in a car accident on return to the kingdom. An article titled "Riyadh Silenced Someone" on Yeni Safak, a Turkish newspaper that strongly supports Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, cited anonymous sources as saying Bostani died in a car crash, without giving a specific time or location. Yeni Safak has proven a major voice in coverage of Khashoggi's disappearance, with daily scoops from unnamed Turkish officials giving gory details to what they allege was a murder within the Saudi consulate on October 2. Saudi Arabia flatly denies any knowledge of Khashoggi's whereabouts or disappearance, but US intelligence officials have started to echo the view that the prominent Saudi critic, who recently took residence in the US, was murdered. 18 PHOTOS Missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi SEE GALLERY In particular, Yeni Safak has reported having a audio tape of Khashoggi's murder, but Turkish intelligence has not turned over the tape to the US. The US and Turkey are NATO allies with extensive intelligence-sharing agreements. "We have asked for it, if it exists," Trump said of the tape on Wednesday. "I'm not sure yet that it exists, probably does, possibly does." Turkey has also become possibly the world's biggest jailer of journalists with few independent voices left in its media scene. "Let's be honest," Democrat Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut told Business Insider on Wednesday, "the Turks have leaked some pretty serious allegations through the press that they have not been willing to make public. There are not a lot of clean hands." "We should acknowledge that most of what we know is through leaks from the Turkish government," he continued. "At some point the Turks have to give us exactly what they have instead of leaking all of this to the press." The Daily Beast on Tuesday cited "sources familiar with the version of events circulating throughout diplomatic circles in Washington" as saying Saudi Arabia would try to pin the murder of Khashoggi on "a Saudi two-star general new to intelligence work." This holds with President Donald Trump's suggestion that "rogue killers" took out Khashoggi, and not the Saudi monarchy itself. CNN and The New York Times on Monday also reported that Saudi Arabia was preparing an alibi that would acknowledge Khashoggi was killed. But to date, no Saudi alibi has emerged. After a trip to Saudi Arabia, US Secretary of State said that the Saudis didn't want to discuss the facts of the case, but that they would conduct an investigation and hold any guilty parties accountable. Saudi Arabia is known for its exceptionally high rate of car accidents and fatalities.
  8. While I don't agree with your comments, they are definitely not ruby material either. Here is a few green ones to help even you out pp
  9. pokerplayer

    Central Bank: Deletes zeros still exist

    If what I am reading from your post is correct, then your describing a LOP which some people believe in. I highly doubt that this will occur, but that what we will see is a removal of three zeros from the current rate which fluctuates around .00086 at the moment. By doing this we would have a rate of .86 -1 Dinar but in some cases is calculated as $ 1.18 to 1 Dinar. by different folks here. This very topic has been flogged to death here on the site so I suggest do a little reading and your sure to find numerous explanations on this very same thing. Hope this helps. pp
  10. Dear God, Hillarious Clinton. Please, Just Go. By Liz Mair © Provided by The Daily Beast Hannah Peters/Getty Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft. THIS WEEK'S CIRCULARS We’re three weeks out from the 2018 midterm election, and Hillarious Clinton is popping up again like a Halloween ghoul who keeps rising from the grave to terrorize the American public; only this time accompanied by the increasingly #MeToo burdened uber-villain, Bubba. The Clintons, it seems, can’t seem to call it quits, even if it means leaving members of their own party cringing and many more voters ready to “headdesk” themselves into a coma. This time, it’s happening courtesy of a pay-through-the-nose-to-see-them rehab tour. Because if there’s one thing America hasn’t had enough of over recent decades, it’s efforts by the Clintons to recast themselves as normal, likeable people, as they cash checks and play the victim. Previous editions of this show have included Hillarious’s two Senate runs and two presidential runs, which, depending on one’s perspective, were either an attempt to show independence from her husband or to be compensated for his myriad screw ups. © Catalyst Images Former U.S. President Bill Clinton speaks at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan) But despite the last run ending with a loss to Donald Freaking Trump, the most flawed candidate Republicans could conceivably have run in 2016, it appears that nothing will get Hillarious out of our political debate once and for all. Hillarious remains caught up in the delusion that the only reason she lost in 2016 was because of Russian interference. She does not seem to have fully processed the fact that she lost the electoral college, the only vote that counts. She touts the fact that she got nearly three million more votes than Trump while conveniently leaving out that her tally of the vote still fell well below 50 percent. Both of the major party nominees in 2016 were so unlikable, flawed and—let’s be candid—unethical that lots of us just couldn’t pull the lever for her even if we couldn’t stand Trump. According to a study from American National Election Studies, the words most associated by voters with Hillarious in 2016 were “experienced liar.” Is it logical that she’d want to rehab her image, given all this? Perhaps. Is it possible? No. Do we need to watch her try? Definitely, definitely, definitely not. That might be especially the case if you’re a Democrat. Hillarious’s continual pursuit of limelight and headlines ensures that the image of the Democratic Party remains an outdated, outmoded, and frankly despicable for far too many voters. This comes at a time when leading Democrats are attempting to focus voters’ attention on the future—2020, and beating Trump—and jostling for the role as the new party leader. It also undercuts Democrats’ positioning as the only party that really cares about #MeToo and that will fight for survivors, a contrast Dems are only too keen to spotlight in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court and ongoing allegations about President Trump’s treatment of women. Only sheer partisan convenience could allow someone to insist that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony is credible while downplaying the numerous allegations of mistreatment (and worse) made by women against Bill Clinton. For the Democratic Party, about the best that can come of this latest Clinton revival is that no matter how unpalatable any of its leading lights—Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Sen. Cory Booker, or others—are individually, they’ll look like downright appealing the longer Hillarious hangs about. But her doing so does not signal that the Democratic Party is actually living in the present, and focused on beating Trump. Rather, it suggests the party wants to turn American politics into the new edition of Groundhog Day—only with no Bill Murray or actual groundhog. Isn’t it time to let the Democratic Party move on from its Clintonite past, and to give someone else a go? One of the reasons Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been so refreshing isn’t just because the more Democratic Socialist-driven, modern Democratic Party—which is populated to a greater degree by younger voters—wants a younger, more progressive avatar to embrace. It’s also because even Republicans are starting to get weary of bashing the Clintons now; though some of us will undertake it still as a public service. Clinton is like the target you’ve already shot dead-on so many times the paper has gone to shreds. There are few more column inches to be written, but even Fox News personalities have begun to act a little bored when they dive into Hillarious-focused narratives these days. All of which suggests that for Republicans, too, it’s time to move on—to fresh fights, with fresh adversaries. We want the newest bad guy, not the evildoer from the biggest show in the freaking 1990s. Maybe in 2020 that will be Warren, Gillibrand, Harris, or Booker, or any one of the other 20-some people that might potentially run for president on the Democratic side. But it’s a dead certainty that it isn’t the lady we’ve seen inveighing against the right wing for stealing things she seems to think she or her husband are inherently entitled to for decades now. It’s time for Hillarious and Bill to get off the stage and quit seeking the public adoration they’re clearly never going to get to the massive degree they crave it. Be content, like so many other party elders who turned out not to be winners, in working behind the scenes to help to deliver wins for other, better, up-and-coming, appealing voices. Yes, others have stuck around past their primes. Mitt Romney, a candidate with a similar resume of high profile presidential losses, is now running for Senate. But his circumstances are different. He was asked to run for the seat that he will soon occupy by its current occupant and he’s maintained strong ties to Utah. Even then, his continuing presence on the political stage irks a ton of Americans who wish he too would go away quietly. So, Hillarious, ditch the rehab tour. Dispense with TV appearances. Recognize that whether it’s lauded or not, you did make some kind of a difference (yes, even Hillarious did a couple of things right in her various terms in public office), and be content to leave it there. Zombie movies for Halloween are fun. But whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or neither, there’s only so much zombie politics you can take. That’s what the Clintons essentially offer now—a brain-devouring, egocentric version of Democrat-ism lurching and festering onward, seemingly endlessly.
  11. pokerplayer

    Adam Montana Weekly 17 October 2018

    Nice read first thing this AM. Thxs for sharing some positive hope. pp
  12. Purple Trophies for everyone !! Don't know who the neggerator is, so even they may have got one. pp
  13. I will come back and give everyone a +1 to even you all out abit. Cheers, pp

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