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Saturday, June 27, 2009

 

The African Colonial

http://www.americanthinker.com/2009/06/obama_the_african_colonial.html


Friday, June 26, 2009

 

Climate bill [ info on it. The money factor ]

Read post #348
Find post number in bottom left of post.
Quite interesting

http://world-news.newsvine.com/_news/2009/06/26/2972244-house-set-to-vote-on-controversial-climate-bill?pc=25&sp=325#discussion


Friday, June 19, 2009

 

Knock,knock

Hi, blog!

What you up to blog.

Trying to hit numbers,

Why arent you hitting blog?

Filtering to much. Thats why knock,knock. Fitered out and dropped that 246 today because the 24 pair hit last night. Filtered out the 807 tonight as a recent hit from 6/4/09.

Keep at it Blog. And quit filtering out winners.

All right knock,knock. I did not filter tomorrows list.

Current Picks:  1-6-7
1-6-9
1-8-9
3-6-7
3-6-9
3-8-9
4-6-7
4-6-9
4-8-9

Sunday, June 14, 2009

 

Tobacco prices to rise again

Crying

With the new bill to be signed there are user fees added in the bill to cover cost incured by the feds. Who do you think is going to pay for these added user fees. The consumer.
This is a no brainer to figure out [are there any brains left in D.C.]. The more people that do not start smoking and the smokers that do quit will add to the cost of the product as less will be used.
I should run for a house or senate seat. I think I still have some common sense left.

will place additional burdens on working families during a recession.
Working families are always in a recession.

More federal jobs added to the payroll at your expense.

A change you can believe in.

 http://www.gop.gov/bill/111/1/hr1256

 

User Fees": H.R. 1256 imposes "user fees" on tobacco companies to finance the new Center for Tobacco Products within FDA. Fees would total nearly $5.4 billion over ten years: $235 million in Fiscal Year 2010, rising to $712 million in Fiscal 2019 and all subsequent years. Fees would be assessed to classes of tobacco products (i.e. cigarettes, cigars, etc.), and to individual companies within each class, in the same percentages applied to tobacco buyout legislation previously passed by Congress (P.L. 108-357) in October 2004.

Some Members may consider this "user fee" a tax on the tobacco industry, which manufacturers will pass on to their customers. Some Members may also be concerned that tobacco taxes are among the most regressive forms of taxation, and that raising tobacco taxes still higher-on top of the 62-cent per-pack increase in taxes used to finance children's health insurance legislation (P.L. 111-3)-will place additional burdens on working families during a recession.


Wednesday, June 10, 2009

 

Number tracking chart [error correction]

There was a duplication of two lines in the chart

Keep track of where the numbers are drawn from in the chart. I color in the last 60 draws and run it another 60 draws coloring in as they hit. Then kick back to 60 draws again.
These are all ascending order. Find your str8 position for play after selecting.

You will find a pattern horizontaly and verticaly


       EEE EEO EEO EOO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___024-025-034-035-124-125-134-135
___026-027-036-037-126-127-136-137
___028-029-038-039-128-129-138-139
___046-047-056-057-146-147-156-157
___048-049-058-059-148-149-158-159
___068-069-078-079-168-169-178-179

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___246-247-256-257-346-347-356-357
___248-249-258-259-348-349-358-359
___268-269-278-279-368-369-378-379
___468-469-478-479-568-569-578-579


       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___002-003-013-012-112-113
___004-005-015-014-114-115
___006-007-017-016-116-117
___008-009-019-018-118-119

       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___022-023-033-122-123-133
___044-045-055-144-145-155
___066-067-077-166-167-177
___088-089-099-188-189-199

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___224-225-234-235-334-335
___226-227-236-237-336-337
___228-229-238-239-338-339

       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___244-245-255-344-345-355
___266-267-277-366-367-377
___288-289-299-388-389-399
___446-456-556-447-457-557
___448-458-558-449-459-559

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___446-447-456-457-556-557 < remove
___448-449-458-459-558-559 < remove
___466-566-467-567-477-577
___488-588-489-589-499-599
___668-669-678-679-778-779
___688-788-689-789-699-799

       EEE EEO EOO OOO
___000-001-011-111
___222-223-233-333
___444-445-455-555
___666-667-677-777
___888-889-899-999


Wednesday, June 10, 2009

 

exact order plays for S.C.

This is from tracking the number groups but in exact order.

Using exact order position 1x3 prs

405, 415, 425, 435, 465, 475, 485, 495, 504, 514, 524, 534, 564, 574, 584, 594
404, 414, 424, 434, 445, 454, 455, 464, 474, 484, 494, 505, 515, 525, 535, 544,
545, 554, 565, 575, 585, 595
444, 555

the above will have these number groups. The number on left is my tracking number.
I have tracking number pr 4x4 exact out 56 most out 59 with current tracking since 1/1/09. Need to convert more draws in my file.

044___044-045-055-144-145-155
244___244-245-255-344-345-355

446___446-456-556-447-457-557
448___448-458-558-449-459-559

444___444-445-455-555

 


Sunday, June 7, 2009

 

Number tracking chart

Keep track of where the numbers are drawn from in the chart. I color in the last 60 draws and run it another 60 draws coloring in as they hit. Then kick back to 60 draws again.
These are all ascending order. Find your str8 position for play after selecting.

You will find a pattern horizontaly and verticaly


       EEE EEO EEO EOO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___024-025-034-035-124-125-134-135
___026-027-036-037-126-127-136-137
___028-029-038-039-128-129-138-139
___046-047-056-057-146-147-156-157
___048-049-058-059-148-149-158-159
___068-069-078-079-168-169-178-179

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___246-247-256-257-346-347-356-357
___248-249-258-259-348-349-358-359
___268-269-278-279-368-369-378-379
___468-469-478-479-568-569-578-579


       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___002-003-013-012-112-113
___004-005-015-014-114-115
___006-007-017-016-116-117
___008-009-019-018-118-119

       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___022-023-033-122-123-133
___044-045-055-144-145-155
___066-067-077-166-167-177
___088-089-099-188-189-199

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___224-225-234-235-334-335
___226-227-236-237-336-337
___228-229-238-239-338-339

       EEE EEO EOO EEO EOO OOO
___244-245-255-344-345-355
___266-267-277-366-367-377
___288-289-299-388-389-399
___446-456-556-447-457-557
___448-458-558-449-459-559

       EEE EEO EEO EOO EOO OOO
___446-447-456-457-556-557
___448-449-458-459-558-559
___466-566-467-567-477-577
___488-588-489-589-499-599
___668-669-678-679-778-779
___688-788-689-789-699-799

       EEE EEO EOO OOO
___000-001-011-111
___222-223-233-333
___444-445-455-555
___666-667-677-777
___888-889-899-999


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