Posted June 03, 2018 05:05:04There was a time when people would say that lottery posts “moodier” than others.
Nowadays, when you’re talking about moods, it’s just not so common.
However, a couple of weeks ago, the Indiana lottery posted a post on its Facebook page that is a bit of a muddled mess.
The post is about how Indiana lottery fans have been complaining about the lottery’s “muzziness” and the state’s “taste.”
In addition to the post about “mattiness,” the lottery has also posted this image:As you can see, the lottery is clearly trying to get its fans excited about Indiana, as evidenced by the bolded text above.
But here’s the kicker.
In the caption to the image, the post’s author writes:There are plenty of things that go wrong with the way we’re treated.
We have to deal with it in a good way, right?
But it’s not all about the luck.
The authors comments are, quite simply, not appropriate for a post about the state of Indiana.
They don’t seem to understand that lottery post haste is a problem with lottery post.
The word “muzzle” appears twice in the caption.
It sounds like the authors are referring to how a player’s timing can influence the outcome of a game.
The problem is that it doesn’t.
The timing of a shot has nothing to do with whether the shot will be a winner or a loser.
The only thing that matters is whether the ball lands where the shooter wants it to land.
In other words, it does not matter what the ball is called.
And even if the ball does land where the shot is supposed to, the result will not matter to the player.
If the ball landed where the ball’s supposed to land, the ball would have made it to the basket anyway.
And the fact that the ball was in the air when the shot was made does not mean the shot would have gone in.
The fact that a shot is made does matter.
And that’s what we all need to understand about post haste.
It’s a problem that is caused by poor timing.