Sad, people don't understands the loss of life from these machines. Most that play these games will tell you they can't stop playing, and they wish they would outlaw them because their is no win in them but they still come to lose there money. Government should help people who can't help themselves, it's the right thing to do. What about the children of the addict, Oh i know they should suffer because there are 6,000 people employed in a ponzi scheme called Internet Sweepstakes...i saw David hagg the original founder of ITT bragging he had opened up 50 solo, and 100 joint ventures in the state since his 1st store started beating people out of money in 2006...that's 1 store per month. And yes he was a poor person that had no real wealth, and now he's killed more African american wealth in North Carolina than the lottery has ever acquired..comparing the two are like apples and oranges, there both fruit, and it stops there...so please stop the argument in comparison, the same poor children will be the cost for him being a millionaire and an increase in incarceration jumps over the next 10-15 years...just a small inference there but soon to be a reality...so keep up the nonsense, or keep it real and gas up to a regulated gambling establishment where it's fair to lose all you want.
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