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Located in beautiful downtown Van Nuys, California.

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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, 04/04/2020 Draw >>> 5 7 37 39 46 Mega 26
  • Mega Millions Picks, 04/03/2020 Draw >>> 24 38 44 57 58 Mega 17
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.

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Monday April 06, 2020

Trump berates reporters during coronavirus briefing: 'You will never make it'Trump used Monday’s briefing of the coronavirus task force to lash out at several members of the press, despite having recently praised media coverage of his response to the crisis as “very fair.” 


Monday April 06, 2020

'Who gets the kids?' I took an oath to serve my patients. My family didn't, but we're all in this together.A doctor treating COVID-19 patients sits down with her husband to make a will.


Monday April 06, 2020

Mideastern burial traditions clash with fears of contagionMohammed al-Dulfi's 67-year-old father died on March 21 after a brief struggle against the new coronavirus, but it would take nine days for his body to find a final resting place in the Shiite holy city of Najaf in southern Iraq. On two occasions, the family rejected remote burial plots proposed by the government outside Baghdad for him and seven other coronavirus victims, al-Dulfi said. A fight broke out between the families and the Health Ministry's team.


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Monday April 06, 2020

'I have a PhD': The spotlight is now on Peter Navarro's role in White House coronavirus responsePeter Navarro has a Harvard degree, and he isn’t shy about letting it be known. "You can always tell a Harvard man, but you can't tell him much,” Navarro joked after President Trump introduced him last week as director of supply-chain issues related to the coronavirus pandemic.


Monday April 06, 2020

'Who gets the kids?' I took an oath to serve my patients. My family didn't, but we're all in this together.A doctor treating COVID-19 patients sits down with her husband to make a will.


Monday April 06, 2020

Mideastern burial traditions clash with fears of contagionMohammed al-Dulfi's 67-year-old father died on March 21 after a brief struggle against the new coronavirus, but it would take nine days for his body to find a final resting place in the Shiite holy city of Najaf in southern Iraq. On two occasions, the family rejected remote burial plots proposed by the government outside Baghdad for him and seven other coronavirus victims, al-Dulfi said. A fight broke out between the families and the Health Ministry's team.


Tuesday April 07, 2020

Wisconsin Voters Defy Stay-at-Home Orders With Polls Open(Bloomberg) -- Wisconsin voters defied stay-at-home orders and waited for hours to cast ballots in the first state to hold an in-person election since the coronavirus pandemic shut down most public spaces.Although at least a dozen states have delayed primaries or switched to vote-by-mail since the outbreak, similar attempts by Wisconsin’s Democratic governor, Tony Evers, were stymied by Republican opposition and rulings from the conservative majorities on the state and U.S. Supreme Courts.Democratic front-runner Joe Biden and rival Bernie Sanders were at the top of the ticket with 87 delegates at stake in the presidential primary fight. Biden, who has a near-insurmountable lead over Sanders, is expected to win the state handily.But there were state and local offices on the ballot, which may have triggered the unusual insistence by the state GOP leaders to proceed with the voting on Tuesday.Democrats have accused the state’s Republicans of political motives in refusing to delay the vote, saying that lower turnout caused by the pandemic would help ensure that a Republican incumbent candidate for the state Supreme Court, Daniel Kelly, would be re-elected to a 10-year term, cementing his party’s 5-2 majority.But Republicans countered that voting rules shouldn’t be changed so soon before an election and called attempts to loosen them by the governor and a federal judge a constitutional overreach.Candidates Weigh InThe state court race bled over into the presidential race, with Biden endorsing Kelly’s challenger, Jill Karofsky. President Donald Trump urged voters to “get out and vote” for Kelly, whom he said would defend gun rights.“Wisconsin, get out and vote NOW for Justice Daniel Kelly. Protect your 2nd Amendment!” he tweeted.Neither the Biden nor Trump campaigns weighed in on holding the primary, though Sanders called for delaying it last week, saying “people should not be forced to put their lives on the line to vote.”And the election led to renewed calls among congressional Democrats for national legislation to address the pandemic’s effects on voting. It’s likely that there will be court challenges to the results, which in a twist, won’t be announced until Monday.“An election that forces voters to choose between protecting their health and casting their ballot is not a free and fair election,” said Representative Zoe Lofgren of California, who chairs the Committee on House Administration.Biden, however, has argued that voting in the primary would be safe, even though he has said that the Democratic National Convention slated for this summer in Milwaukee might need to be held virtually.“A convention having tens of thousands of people in one arena is very different than having people walk into a polling booth with accurate spacing with six to 10 feet apart, one at a time going in, and having the machines scrubbed down,” he said.Court ChallengesThe fight over how to hold the primary continued right up to Monday, when the state Supreme Court blocked Evers from postponing the election by executive order and the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a lower court’s ruling that would have extended absentee voting by a week.The nation’s highest court divided along ideological lines, with the five Republican appointees in the majority. In an unsigned opinion, they said the district judge’s order would “fundamentally alter the nature of the election by allowing voting for six additional days after the election.” The court’s four Democratic appointees dissented, saying the rights of tens of thousands of people would be affected.Voting rights experts agreed, saying the changes effectively disenfranchised thousands of voters who didn’t want to risk contagion at polling places and sought absentee ballots after Evers ordered Wisconsinites to stay at home in a state that had 2,440 cases and 84 deaths as of Monday.“It’s a colossal failure,” said Wendy Weiser, vice president for democracy at the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University Law School.No ‘I Voted’ StickersWith many poll workers choosing to stay home, some towns and cities in Wisconsin drastically cut the number of polling places, while Evers called out the National Guard to help balloting. Each voter received his or her own pen to mark ballots and “I voted” stickers were eliminated.Milwaukee had five polling places open instead of more than 180 that are normally open.Patrick S. Tomlinson, a science fiction author who lives in Milwaukee, spotted a long line at the Riverside University High School polling station in Milwaukee Tuesday morning. He said it took 10 minutes to walk from the front to the end of the line, in part because voters were keeping the recommended six feet apart from one another.“It was massive,” he said. “I’ve been voting in every election since moving to Milwaukee eight and a half years ago, and I’ve never seen anything like it.”Erik Forkin, 23, a software developer in Madison, said that about half of the poll workers at his voting place in a senior center weren’t wearing masks or protective gear.“That seems problematic when they’re dealing with hundreds of people,” he said.Andrew Hitt, head of the Wisconsin Republican Party, blamed municipalities for the lines at some polling places.“Cities that have long waiting times to vote could have opened a sufficient number of locations to prevent long lines,” he said. “Local elected officials and election planners need to answer to their constituents as to why they’ve chosen not to use resources at their disposal when the vast majority of polling locations across the state are running smoothly.”Milwaukee county clerk George Christenson said he was still upset that the election was being held at all, saying it was putting voters’ lives at risk.“This election is being conducted as safely as possible, but there is no 100% guarantee that people will not be affected or harmed health-wise,” he said.(Adds delegates at stake in third paragraph, detail throughout)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.


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