Yesterday, a friend of mine – a freelance writer – asked me for some Chinese ghost stories for her new … More
I realize banning the lottery altogether is not realistic, so I propose, and I hope you can help me vocalize this: change the game rules just a little bit by reducing the price money to a smaller percentage so that people won’t hinge on the off-chance of getting rich over night, by doing this, they’d also be also spending less money on lottery because the investment-prize ratio becomes less appealing. Plus this way, states can get more fund from lottery money so that more money can be used on education. You know what, let’s just inverse the state fund percentage with prize money percentage. Let states get 2/3 of the proceeds while winners get 30%. If one day prize winners began to complain about their situation, then they can just deal with it! Because that’s what education is dealing with now.
The world has gone through many major changes to look like what it is today. Now, an ongoing trend is … More
People never realize how tough a situation really is until they experience it themselves. To be honest, my trip to … More