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Friday, March 21, 2014

CNN: Epic 2-letter win on 'Wheel of Fortune'

The guessing game sure paid off for this candidate. It yielded a pretty penny, or rather a multitude of pretty pennies, and he also got to revel in his 15 minutes of fame. It sure was a lucky guess for which the wheel rewarded him with a fortune.

There are always some people out there who suspect it wasn't all on the up-and-up. They would mention something in the effect of the winner somehow having knowledge upfront what the answer was going to be. I don't think so; some people are born to be a winner.

There is of course another side to the medal. Where there are born winners, there are also those who are born losers. They sure would appreciate some help getting to know the questions before they are asked. That would give them the time to round up the best and most strategic answers.

Most of the time however, those answers are rather lengthy and when push comes to shove, a lot of words are being said without saying anything. It takes a while before those words sink in. Once they have, which is usually after the fact, one could conclude that the questions still remain unanswered.

There are several among us who wonder Fox News: KURTZ: Does Carney get questions in advance? It makes no difference whether he does or doesn't and I don't understand why he couldn't save everyone a lot of time by giving an answer that would be short, sweet, and to the point.

He could suffice by answering: maybe, maybe not!



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