With Lucky being famous because of the Internet and TLC’s the Lottery Changed My Life, he gave this famous musician one of our soon-to-be real famous Mini White Rocks combo pack. This is not an endorsement by the above musician (JAZZY B ), but rather a gift for coming to beautiful White Rock Beach. If you are famous and want your photo taken with LUCKY, he might just give you one for FREE too.
JAZZY B stopped to pose with a few fans. It was nice to see him stop and get his picture taken. I have met some Hollywood (NOT Bollywood) personalities who are not as friendly as JAZZY B . With social networking, doing what JAZZY B has got him FREE exposure on WhiteRockBeach.ca, Facebook , Twitter, etc.
We also photographed Gippy Grewal, above, who some relatives saw on a New York City TV morning show the next day.
LOTTO 6/49 estimated jackpot $20 million
2, 21, 36, 37, 45 & 47. Bonus 15
LOTTO 6/49 30th Anniversary Bonus Draw 1 estimated jackpot $100,000
7, 26, 41, 43, 44 & 48.
LOTTO 6/49 30th Anniversary Bonus Draw 2 estimated jackpot $100,000
16, 22, 27, 29, 44 & 46.
LOTTO 6/49 30th Anniversary Bonus Draw 3 estimated jackpot $100,000
16, 17, 20, 29, 31 & 43
BC49 19 25 33 39 44 46
EXTRA 11 42 43 51
In a perfect world we would not have to lock our doors, protect our family or possessions, and there would be no need for this site. Back to reality – there are break-ins happening 24 hours a day.
Alarm stickers are a first line of defense – they act as a preventative measure to possibly scare off potential thieves.
Alarm systems are a second line of defense – they only sound or alert when there is a break-in or if a sensor goes off.
Police or security services that respond to a possible break-in are a third line of defense.
In some cities the police will not respond after 1 or more false alarms.
Having an actual alarm system can help in your second line of defense Alarm systems can cost hundreds to thousands of dollars to install. Alarm monitoring can add $300 to $400+ per year in additional monitoring costs, plus some companies have long contracts. One friend, over a 10-year period, spent more than $7000, averaging $700 a year. If you have funds like this or can claim it as a business expense, this may be the route to go.