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About This Site
Now you may be asking, "So, what can I do now than I'm here?" Well, let me see if I can answer your question...
The first thing you might want to check out is the site news to see what the latest additions and/or changes are.
Probably the most popular area here at Bruceh.com, based on the hit counts, is the California Lottery area. There you can find information about the latest drawings of the SuperLottoPlus and Mega Millions games as well as historical data, charts, and analyzation tables. The data contained there goes clear back to 1991 when the SuperLotto game started.
Up-to-date news headlines for this site, world news, tech news, and aviation news can be found on this page along with, of course, the current winning lotto numbers.
As a private pilot myself, I have traveled around the internet finding sites that are of interest to me. Check out the Aviation page to see some of my favorites.
So have a great time checking out the site and come back often!
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Latest SuperLottoPlus/Mega Millions Draws
  • CA SuperLottoPlus Picks, 08/21/2019 Draw >>> 19 25 28 34 39 Mega 9
  • Mega Millions Picks, 08/23/2019 Draw >>> 11 15 37 54 68 Mega 21
Site News
(Sticky) Spam from Bruceh.com?
December 28, 2008
If you ever receive a piece of spam that says it comes from Bruceh.com, I want to assure you that we do NOT ever send out any spam to anyone. Some of the e-mail addresses, such as for the webmaster used to be on this site and over the years, spammers have harvested those addresses and now they are used as the phony "From" addresses in their spam. Occasionally, you may receive an e-mail that your anti-virus warns you about that also looks like it comes from Bruceh.com. The newer mailer viruses get their bogus "From" addresses directly from the address books and browser caches of infected computers. This means that if someone infected with a virus happened to have been visiting Bruceh.com, then our address might end up in the from field. I have tried to make sure that all e-mail addresses have been removed from this site, even in the old pages so I hope one day this will stop. The spammers had years of access to the addresses on this site, so I won't hold my breath, however.
Historical data pages updated to responsive design.
December 15, 2015
The historical data pages (year picks, pick stats, and pair pick stats) have been updated to use a responsive design. The old SuperLotto pages (1991-2000) will not be updated and will remain static HTML.
New Javascript based lotto ticker.
December 10, 2015
The latest picked lotto number ticker that appears on this page and the lotto page has been updated to use Javascript instead of Java.
First responsive pages uploaded
December 8, 2015
The main four pages have now been redesigned in a responsive format and uploaded. There might be a few glitches, but I'll be working to stabilize things. Please try them out on your mobile device and let me know if you see any weirdness.
Responsive design update
December 5, 2015
The first couple pages have been redesigned to use a responive layout and are being tested in a local environment. I should be able to take some pages live soon.
Responsive design work started
November 20, 2015
There won't be any need for a separate mobile site anymore as we are going responsive. What does responsive mean you might ask. It means the site will automatically adjust for the device you are viewing it on. Fonts should remain readable and you shouldn't ever have a left/right scroll bar unless you get the window down below 320 pixels horizontally. Even the smallest smartphone screens are usually at least 320 pixels wide. I've been wanting to make this change for a long time and finally have some time to do it. Not to mention that Google won't even index the site anymore if it's not mobile friendly. I'll be updating the site incrementally starting with the 4 main pages from the menu.
Migrating away from Java applets
November 10, 2015

While I still love Java as a programming language, it seems to be more troublesome than it is worth to keep the Java applets on here. It's almost as if the browser folks have declared war on Java. Firefox disables the java plugin if it's too far out of date. A lot of times you have to go through a lot of confirmations just to run a java applet, and even after doing all that, the browser still might not let you run it. My graph of picked lottery numbers is a good example.

So, it's time to make a change and convert the couple Java applets I had on here to javascript. I'll start with the ticker that shows the current winning numbers for SuperLottoPlus and Mega Millions. Then I'll work on the graph applet.

Top Stories
Friday August 23, 2019

2020 Vision: Democratic field continues to shrink as Inslee and Moulton drop outThe presidential primary field further winnowed this week, with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton announcing their withdrawals.


Friday August 23, 2019

Russia launches floating nuclear reactor in Arctic despite warningsRussia will launch the world's first floating nuclear reactor and send it on an epic journey across the Arctic on Friday, despite environmentalists warning of serious risks to the region. Loaded with nuclear fuel, the Akademik Lomonosov will leave the Arctic port of Murmansk to begin its 5,000 kilometre (3,000-mile) voyage to northeastern Siberia. Nuclear agency Rosatom says the reactor is a simpler alternative to building a conventional plant on ground that is frozen all year round, and it intends to sell such reactors abroad.


Thursday August 22, 2019

The Latest: Serial killer who preyed on gay men executedA serial killer who preyed on older gay men during a rampage 25 years ago around the U.S. East Coast has been put to death. The office of Gov. Ron DeSantis says 57-year-old Gary Ray Bowles was pronounced dead at 10:58 p.m. Thursday after receiving a lethal injection at Florida State Prison in Starke. Hinton was Bowles' sixth victim in the killing spree that began in Daytona Beach with the slaying of John Hardy Roberts.


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Friday August 23, 2019

Russia launches floating nuclear reactor in Arctic despite warningsRussia will launch the world's first floating nuclear reactor and send it on an epic journey across the Arctic on Friday, despite environmentalists warning of serious risks to the region. Loaded with nuclear fuel, the Akademik Lomonosov will leave the Arctic port of Murmansk to begin its 5,000 kilometre (3,000-mile) voyage to northeastern Siberia. Nuclear agency Rosatom says the reactor is a simpler alternative to building a conventional plant on ground that is frozen all year round, and it intends to sell such reactors abroad.


Friday August 23, 2019

Joe Biden inspires no one – not even his own wifeCan we stop pretending that Joe Biden is the inevitable 2020 candidate?‘Joe Biden is Hillary Clinton 2.0.’ Photograph: Charlie Neibergall/APMuch like Hillary Clinton in 2016, Joe Biden’s Democratic primary campaign has thus far cloaked itself in an aura of inevitability. You might not like Joe Biden. He might say racist or sexist stuff from time to time. His gaffes might be occurring at an alarming rate. He might have uninspiring policy ideas. But he’s going to win the primary anyway, so you better get used to him.That was the subtext, at least, and an explanation for how banal Biden’s campaign has been so far. If victory is certain, why not hold the ball and milk the clock? Jill Biden, the former vice-president’s wife, made the case bizarrely explicit on MSNBC earlier this week. “Your candidate might be better on, I don’t know, health care, than Joe is,” Biden said, “but you’ve got to look at who’s going to win this election, and maybe you have to swallow a little bit and say, ‘Okay, I personally like so-and-so better,’ but your bottom line has to be that we have to beat Trump.”To be sure, Joe Biden is leading among Democrats thus far. The RealClearPolitics average has him ahead of Bernie Sanders by around 12 points, and he has the support of major party funders. But less than a third of Democratic voters are planning to vote for Biden, down from more than 40% the week after his 25 April announcement. An Economist/YouGov poll from this week shows the race narrowing to within the margin of error – Biden at 22%, Sanders at 19%, and Elizabeth Warren at 18%.Biden’s fundraising picture also looks less rosy than it did back in May. He’s still the preferred choice of big party donors, but grassroots enthusiasm is receding. After raising an impressive $4.6m online on this first day of his campaign in April, things have slowed to a trickle. As Politico reports, Biden’s median online daily fundraising by the end of June was just $67,000 a day, considerably below Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders.> The case for Biden’s invincibility is baffling – he’s been running for the Democratic nomination (and losing) since the 80sSanders is an especially important benchmark for Biden. They seem to be competing over much the same base – working class, diverse, not college educated – and either would benefit from the other’s downfall. Despite a narrative earlier this summer of campaign dysfunction and imminent collapse, recent polls have showed that the Vermont senator in a steady position within striking distance of Biden. Sanders has a rabid base of volunteers, superior online fundraising infrastructure, and his existing support may even be undercounted by most polls.Yet the media narrative continues to paint Sanders as a fringe pariah and Biden as the inevitable 2020 candidate. It’s reminiscent of the 2016 Republican primaries, in which Donald Trump was considered an unserious candidate whose support was continually underestimated. The serious commentators kept waiting for an establishment wave of moderate Republicans to make first Jeb Bush, then Marco Rubio, and then even Ted Cruz happen.The case for Biden’s invincibility is especially baffling – he’s been running for the Democratic nomination (and losing) since the 1980s. It simply boils down to Obama coalition supporters (particularly black and brown voters) going with the most familiar face to rid of Trump era upheavals.But electability is just one element of what voters are looking for, and Biden is running on nothing else. He has failed to adequately address his past positions in favor of Medicare and Social Security cuts, his engineering of loathed free trade deals, or his opposition to important desegregation measures.While other candidates are galvanizing people around Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, and calls to redistribute wealth and power from the 1% to working Americans, Biden is offering nothing. Poke one hole in his electability bubble and his campaign looks ready to implode.This early in the race things are constantly changing – many people are still undecided and won’t start paying attention until much later on – so we would do ourselves a lot of good not to live and die with every poll. However, if there is one lesson from the 2016 general election worth remembering it’s this: most people might have not liked Donald Trump, but he gave those who did a real reason to turn out on Election Day. He was a candidate with very obvious convictions running against someone who seemed to focus group and triangulate her every position.Joe Biden is Hillary Clinton 2.0. Perhaps Trump’s time in office has been enough of a disaster that idea-avoidance will work this time. But if voters want to be inspired, they’ll turn elsewhere or just stay at home again. Who knows, Jill Biden might even join them. * Bhaskar Sunkara is the founding editor of Jacobin magazine and a Guardian US columnist. He is the author of The Socialist Manifesto: The Case for Radical Politics in an Era of Extreme Inequality


Thursday August 22, 2019

The Latest: Serial killer who preyed on gay men executedA serial killer who preyed on older gay men during a rampage 25 years ago around the U.S. East Coast has been put to death. The office of Gov. Ron DeSantis says 57-year-old Gary Ray Bowles was pronounced dead at 10:58 p.m. Thursday after receiving a lethal injection at Florida State Prison in Starke. Hinton was Bowles' sixth victim in the killing spree that began in Daytona Beach with the slaying of John Hardy Roberts.


Friday August 23, 2019

Who are the Koch brothers and how did David Koch help shape conservatism in America?The Koch brothers built a massive political empire that has influenced conservative politics for decades.


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