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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of better-off in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of better-off in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Chris Christie:

    I don't think anyone can look objectively at where we sit as a country now and say that we're better off than we were seven years ago on the issue of race in Middle America with Barack Obama as president.

  2. Kim Burch:

    It's sad. It's really sad, if we had known this was going on, we would have never let him join this fraternity. I never in my life thought I was sending a 17-year-old kid off to end up two months later gone. It's repulsive. He would have been better off joining the Marines and going to war.

  3. Emeasoba George:

    What it takes to be a giver or philantropist is just a heart of gold. Yes of course, anyone who bears a heart of gold within himself or herself is bound to be philantropic or generous. Anyway, do you have a heart of gold or not? If Yes, then do you have anything to show for it? If No, then you've got to acquire it (a heart of gold ). Because, it pays to be philantropic or generous. Besides, no one has ever become poor just because of giving. And so, bet me you yourself cannot and will never become poor just by the reason of giving generously to someone else or others i.e. anyone or those who you are better off.

  4. Ken McLeod:

    People shouldn't get fixated on the big overall number. In many places, we are seeing it getting safer, even with our current risks that are hopefully diminishing, you're still better off in the long run.

  5. Scott Smith:

    If Republicans truly want to expand their base and broaden the tent, they have to avoid these kinds of situations, there's no doubt that Republican candidates would be better off not being drawn into this kind of dialogue. They had nothing to do with Indiana.

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