Sunday, August 27, 2017


Am I a multi-millionaire?

What a silly question. If you don't know the answer, read today's column in the Boston Herald. You will not only get the answer, but you will probably want to have a jelly donut immediately afterward.

C'mon. Isn't that intriguing enough to get you there? Sure it is. Here's a link!

Thanks, as always, for reading.

Soon, with more better stuff.


messymimi said...

The donut is a better bargain, if you ignore what it does to your arteries.

It' said...

Oh, really need to quit smoking ~ that's better than winning the lottery! From all of us who love you dearly. =smooches=

Shammickite said...

Well, I might be a big winner and I don't know it, as once I bought a lottery ticket and never checked the number and then lost it anyway but I'm pretty certain I didn't beat the odds.... and a jelly doughnut (Canadian spelling) would have been a better investment of my $2 or whatever it was. Congratulations to the big winner, now she has to live her life in perpetual fear.
(And I think you should stop that bad smoking habit.)

Craig said...

Jenn is of the mind that winning the lottery is probably worse than the money you burn buying losing tickets, in terms of what it does to your relationships, and how it skews your priorities.

As for myself, it's like the old joke - "you have to buy a ticket. . ." And in terms of investment, I think Mimi has it about right. . .