Vintage Voice

Unearthing Classic Articles from Previous Issues of The Voice Magazine

While some folks view Friday the 13th with superstition, others claim it is a day of good luck for them.  Either way, you may enjoy these vintage articles about luck.

With a bit of luck, we may survive this.  Wayne E. Benedict reminisces on a few back-country experiences that turned out well despite how they first appeared.  “A few matches and much cursing later, Rick finally got the propane to ignite. He exited the camper as if he’d been shot from a cannon, a roiling ball of orange flame pursuing him out the door.”  Luck & Good Legs, February 11, 2004.

All you need is a good plan.  Plus a few million dollars.  Laura Seymour shares her top ten list of how she’ll spend her lottery winnings—should she ever receive any.   “I have seen one too many people saying annoying things like, ‘Oh, nothing. I’ll put it in the bank and keep working!!’ UGH! Give someone else the cash, bub! WE have IDEAS! ”  What to Do with a Big Lottery Win, August 21, 2002.

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