33 of the Day

Doesn't get much more blatant than this: "The police got the first word of the shootings at 10:33 a.m. and were at the university in less than 10 minutes, Chief Jordan said."

Crazed Korean at Oikos University (Oakland California) shoots 10 people and kills 7 people.

Maybe another incident to try to set-up newer gun control measures being discussed in wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting.

33 of the day for April 4th-- a double:

PENNSYLVANIA'S 11 casinos pulled in more than $233.1 million in gross slot-machine revenue last month, setting an all-time monthly high since the state's first casino opened in November 2006 and cementing the state's status as the nation's second-largest gambling market.
The slots totals released Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board include revenue from two test nights and one day of operations at the state's 11th casino, Valley Forge Casino Resort, which opened Saturday. Overall, the figures broke the previous monthly record of $218.3 million set in July, and they represent an 8.5 percent increase over March 2011.

When slots and table-game revenues are combined, Pennsylvania has surpassed New Jersey and grown into the second-largest casino market in the country behind Las Vegas. The two traded places in July, and, by January, Pennsylvania had grown into a $3.66 billion market, compared with a $3.3 billion market for New Jersey, according to a casino-consulting-firm executive.