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Lottery winner Jack Whittaker's losing ticket

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Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

ronnie, you can just tell them to run your same ticket 50 times.Hyper

@ 98,820 lines per MM draw, it would take 101 draws to spend $10 million.


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    Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

    @ 98,820 lines per MM draw, it would take 101 draws to spend $10 million.

    Jack gave more than $10 million away to his local churches before he even started to wildly spend the rest.

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      Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

      @ 98,820 lines per MM draw, it would take 101 draws to spend $10 million.

      Thumbs Upwhatever you wanna do.Noel

                       

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        Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:15 pm - IP Logged

        Jack gave more than $10 million away to his local churches before he even started to wildly spend the rest.

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          Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:19 pm - IP Logged

          Thumbs Upwhatever you wanna do.Noel

          Not me angel face, Jack would have been BETTER off starting a gambling enterprise......... 

          He could have made his grand-daughter earn a pay check for filling out play slips instead of drugging her to death with cash that she didn't have to earn........

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            Not me angel face, Jack would have been BETTER off starting a gambling enterprise......... 

            He could have made his grand-daughter earn a pay check for filling out play slips instead of drugging her to death with cash that she didn't have to earn........

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              Well, it appears that Jack Whittaker is currently in the healthiest mental position that he's possessed in over a decade.  He's not grasping for sympathy, he understands it's unimportant.

              It's fascinating that Jack continued to gamble big, during and after his huge jackpot win; yet within 2 years indicated that he wished he hadn't received the $53M net (or so after rapid fed & state income taxes, tithes, donations, gifted vehicles and houses, huge 'monetary gifts' to family and friends, etc.).  Maybe things would have been different if Jack had INSTEAD been satisfied with these Powerball jackpot win millions, closed his multi-million annual revenue businesses, helped his daughter with the lymphoma and husband's surprise departure, helped his granddaughter to choose and conquer high school courses, and created daily hobbies for all of his family members to share efforts in.  Then his daughter wouldn't have needed outside "friends/acquaintances."

              It's also fascinating that Jack almost won a 2nd Powerball Jackpot win 5.1 years later!!! -- I wonder if that first and/or Second big Powerball win were 'quick-picks'?  If not, I wonder if Jack is one of the most rarest and exciting types of psychic w/number sequences people that are not-for-hire?

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              Having millions of dollars in my financial accounts means more, consistent fun for me.Lovies


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                Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:23 pm - IP Logged

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                  Well, it appears that Jack Whittaker is currently in the healthiest mental position that he's possessed in over a decade.  He's not grasping for sympathy, he understands it's unimportant.

                  It's fascinating that Jack continued to gamble big, during and after his huge jackpot win; yet within 2 years indicated that he wished he hadn't received the $53M net (or so after rapid fed & state income taxes, tithes, donations, gifted vehicles and houses, huge 'monetary gifts' to family and friends, etc.).  Maybe things would have been different if Jack had INSTEAD been satisfied with these Powerball jackpot win millions, closed his multi-million annual revenue businesses, helped his daughter with the lymphoma and husband's surprise departure, helped his granddaughter to choose and conquer high school courses, and created daily hobbies for all of his family members to share efforts in.  Then his daughter wouldn't have needed outside "friends/acquaintances."

                  It's also fascinating that Jack almost won a 2nd Powerball Jackpot win 5.1 years later!!! -- I wonder if that first and/or Second big Powerball win were 'quick-picks'?  If not, I wonder if Jack is one of the most rarest and exciting types of psychic w/number sequences people that are not-for-hire?

                  Jack-in-the-Box

                  I think he should start taking gambling MUCH more seriously.........

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                    Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:29 pm - IP Logged

                    Well, there is a new model of Corvette coming out in 2013.  Idea

                    How Much ?Money 2

                                     

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                      I have BIG appreciation, helpmewin, for your cool looking money counting icon!!! Lovies

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                        Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:47 pm - IP Logged

                        How Much ?Money 2

                        You have to get the ZR1 Coupe if you want to spend $111,600. but no one pays MSRP......


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                          Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:51 pm - IP Logged

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                          The base model is $49,600.


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                            Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:53 pm - IP Logged

                            Now my computer thinks I want a Corvette, and keeps suggesting that I buy one. lol. lol.

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                              Posted: December 19, 2012, 6:56 pm - IP Logged

                              Now my computer thinks I want a Corvette, and keeps suggesting that I buy one. lol. lol.

                              i wonder what it looks like? oh have they built them yet?

                               

                              wonder what color he will choose? Smiley Santa