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Old 01-13-2016, 07:15 PM   #1
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Buy your Lotto Tickets tonight

Wanted to make sure everyone buys their lotto tickets tonight! $1.5 Billion buys a lot of camping Bliss!!

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Old 01-13-2016, 07:21 PM   #2
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Forgot to say good luck to everyone playing!

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Old 01-13-2016, 07:32 PM   #3
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I've spent so much money on what I want, all I need is to win and hit the enter button to get my stuff built and ordered.
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I like one of the odds against winning..."You would have a better chance of being struck by lightning while you were drowning"... Got to love the odds makers. No need to purchase any tickets I have the winning one.. save your money
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Old 01-13-2016, 07:43 PM   #5
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Ya'll crack me up! I spent $10 on quick picks and the sales clerk asked me if that was all? My response was if its meant to be, it's meant to be!

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Old 01-13-2016, 08:21 PM   #6
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I like one of the odds against winning..."You would have a better chance of being struck by lightning while you were drowning"... Got to love the odds makers. No need to purchase any tickets I have the winning one.. save your money
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Agree 100%.

And, it is just a tax on the poor. Buying lottery tickets just perpetuates gambling and purchases by those who truly can not afford it.
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Agree 100%.

And, it is just a tax on the poor. Buying lottery tickets just perpetuates gambling and purchases by those who truly can not afford it.
Agree on all accounts -- but it's $1.5B, I bought 5 quick picks. I'll gladly throw $10 away for a very remote chance to win an obscene amount of money. Only the 3rd time I have ever bought power ball tix, but again it's $1.5B. Even if taking the cash payout after paying taxes you still have ~$500m.
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Even if taking the cash payout after paying taxes you still have ~$500m.
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Agree on all accounts -- but it's $1.5B, I bought 5 quick picks. I'll gladly throw $10 away for a very remote chance to win an obscene amount of money. Only the 3rd time I have ever bought power ball tix, but again it's $1.5B. Even if taking the cash payout after paying taxes you still have ~$500m.
Ditto here, first time to purchase ticket in about 10 years. Glad someone [or 3] won, I donated a total of $8. Not a fan as they hurt people who can't afford what they spend on lotteries. Where I live they call it the redneck retirement plan. Wife ask me what I would do if I won. While driving to pick up my pup from the vet [manhood clipped] I thought about it. Absolutely nothing came to mind. In the end, my thoughts with a huge pot like this one is it would cause more grief than joy. Given I have 15 + years left, $50 mil is more than I could spend and anything more would just lead to problems. I don't want to spend 1 hour of my remaining time worrying about how to manage my finances. Other than a few million to my favorite dog rescue shelter and a couple worthy friends, local church and a couple things my rural community could use; the rest, well, would just rot.
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I might buy ONE ticket... cannot win without one .. but more don't really increase your odds..
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