Why do I always lose at roulette?

Well, the key word there is ‘lose.’

If you’re an avid roulette player, chances are, you’ve won multiple jackpots or are actively gambling (though we don’t recommend it) on your games. While you might never get lucky with the jackpots in your games, you have enough to start thinking about the other forms of gambling where you might be just a regular old loser like us.

While we don’t want to discourage all gambling, we have also noticed that when it comes down to it, roulette isn’t worth it for the following reasons:

The odds of you ever seeing a big jackpot are extremely low.

A lot of people will only play roulette once or twice in their lifetimes.

The games take time and effort. This leaves you feeling like you’re spending money that could be spent playing other forms of entertainment or other games.

Most people don’t like spending money on roulette.

If you’re looking to win big, there are some other ways to play poker that provide far more excitement, but you need to have a pretty good knowledge of the cards you’re dealing in order to get the most out of the game.

You might also be looking for another way to break even or make a little money off of online gambling (and we don’t blame you!).

The New York Post is alleging that a top Democrat on the Electoral College met a young intern and had sex with her when she was 17.

The Post’s Liz Spayd made the claim at the Saturday Night Live portion of the show this weekend. Spayd also tweeted the claims, which she made on Sunday night.

The former staffer, who went on to work on Hillary Clinton’s campaign, is said to have been romantically involved with a 19-year-old intern in New York City — who later went on to work for the campaign — according to multiple sources who spoke to Spayd.

The story first broke over the weekend.

“If you have a 17 y-o girl with a crush on you, there is always hope the intern will be turned into a real girlfriend. I’m not sure if this is the case, but I’m sure it happens,” a source told Spayd in a text message earlier this week.

Spayd claimed in the Sunday night tweet that she first heard of the allegation while watching “New Girl” and that she spoke to two other