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Cashier's mistake makes N.H. family lottery winners

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Posted: December 24, 2012, 9:44 pm - IP Logged

Ohhhh your one of those type of customers!!

 

The type of customer who's never satisfied, grumpy right from the get go.

The type that an unscrupulous waitress would spit in their food/coffee! ewww

 

Your right in staying home most of the time to eat, keeps them from dealing with

an old crotchety fart like yourself!! LOL!!!!!!!LOL

thanks for exposing this se iowa cheapskate for what he is. he has been a hindrance on this site for a long time. now that he has self-admitted to being a miserable and cheap old coot i feel vindicated for all the nonsense i've spouted on here, but i've rarely been serious, just having fun stirring up the masses. this se iowa factory worker/corn seller has shown his true colors.

    RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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    If selling lottery tickets didn't add to the retailers overall sales, they wouldn't sell them.  If they deserve a tip for selling them then they deserve a tip for anything they sell.  The clerks represent the retailers, they don't work for themselves.

    Why not add a 15% tip to a pack of cigarettes that always has a $2-$3 taxed added?  Or why not tip another 15% on a tank of gas that $5 more than it cost yesterday?

    Why do clerks come on LP and start these thread about tipping clerks?  Why don't tell their bosses, give me a raise or I'm quitting?

    * you don't need more tickets, just the right ticket * 
    * your best chance to win a lottery jackpot is to buy a ticket * 
        Wink 

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      Posted: December 25, 2012, 7:14 am - IP Logged

      i think the winner should do what he likes with the money HE won. after all doing what WE want and not what we are told to do, is why we play lotto.

      If i wanted  to be told what to do ; with my money, I have the gov to do that. and theyre more than competent enough.

      gratz winner dood, on chosing an incompetent clerk who managed to turn your loser ticket into a prize, We all wish we had the same dumb luck.

      2014 winnings

      JAN -$48.50;  FEB  -$77.5; MAR -$18.05;  APR -$96.05 MAY -$61.10; JUN $-85; JUL $-88.9;AUG -$144.10

      yearly grand totalspent = 938.05won= 318.8-$619.25


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        Posted: December 26, 2012, 7:42 am - IP Logged

        Always remember this.

        You should all know it by now.

        It's taken directly from Rules For Ridgicals:

        "If the ticket's a mistake, it's a ticket you must take."™

        I Agree! 

        Rudolph

        "You have to be in it to win it!"


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          Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:23 am - IP Logged

          I Agree! 

          Rudolph

                 I Agree!


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            i think the winner should do what he likes with the money HE won. after all doing what WE want and not what we are told to do, is why we play lotto.

            If i wanted  to be told what to do ; with my money, I have the gov to do that. and theyre more than competent enough.

            gratz winner dood, on chosing an incompetent clerk who managed to turn your loser ticket into a prize, We all wish we had the same dumb luck.

            Im only doin what My mama said do....... She always said "Do as I say, not as I do".........


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              Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:28 am - IP Logged

              If selling lottery tickets didn't add to the retailers overall sales, they wouldn't sell them.  If they deserve a tip for selling them then they deserve a tip for anything they sell.  The clerks represent the retailers, they don't work for themselves.

              Why not add a 15% tip to a pack of cigarettes that always has a $2-$3 taxed added?  Or why not tip another 15% on a tank of gas that $5 more than it cost yesterday?

              Why do clerks come on LP and start these thread about tipping clerks?  Why don't tell their bosses, give me a raise or I'm quitting?

              I Agree! All clerks should be working toward getting a BETTER job. NOT asking for hand outs.


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                Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:31 am - IP Logged

                thanks for exposing this se iowa cheapskate for what he is. he has been a hindrance on this site for a long time. now that he has self-admitted to being a miserable and cheap old coot i feel vindicated for all the nonsense i've spouted on here, but i've rarely been serious, just having fun stirring up the masses. this se iowa factory worker/corn seller has shown his true colors.

                I call that indecent exposure........


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                  Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:33 am - IP Logged

                  Why tip the clerk?

                  It's called being niceBlue Angel

                         I call it bein stupid. Sleep


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                    Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:44 am - IP Logged

                         

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                      Posted: December 26, 2012, 10:57 am - IP Logged

                             I call it bein stupid. Sleep

                      I Agree!   Its not being cheap or crotchity,its being S-T-U-P-I-D!Do you tip the mailman everytime he brings you mail?Do you tip the meter readers for reading your meters?Do you tip the car salesman for selling you a car.?Do you tip the real estate lady wnen she shows you a house?Do you tip the cop for not giving you a ticket when you drive over the speed limit?The list is endless of those people that you don't tip.Why should waitresses and convenience store be tipped?Why are they special?

                      When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I'm beginning to believe it. ~Clarence Darrow

                      There ought to be one day - just one - when there is open season on senators. ~Will Rogers

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                        Posted: December 26, 2012, 1:58 pm - IP Logged

                        I Agree!   Its not being cheap or crotchity,its being S-T-U-P-I-D!Do you tip the mailman everytime he brings you mail?Do you tip the meter readers for reading your meters?Do you tip the car salesman for selling you a car.?Do you tip the real estate lady wnen she shows you a house?Do you tip the cop for not giving you a ticket when you drive over the speed limit?The list is endless of those people that you don't tip.Why should waitresses and convenience store be tipped?Why are they special?

                        Yay New Hampshire! I'm gonna stop at that Circle K on the way home tonight. Hopefully this clerk is working and will make another mistake! Also in response to the tipping question Cletu$2 you should be happy the servers are paid so little becuase if they were getting paid like the rest of the restaurant hourly staff you would be paying thier wages through higher menu prices. Industry average for bottom line profit is only about 4-6 cents on $1 of revenue earned. You obviously don't know the restaurant business if you think we're getting rich at the expense of our employees. There is also a positive correlation between someones tipping habits and how much they give to charity and the less fortunate which to me says much about someones character.

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                          Posted: December 26, 2012, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

                          Yay New Hampshire! I'm gonna stop at that Circle K on the way home tonight. Hopefully this clerk is working and will make another mistake! Also in response to the tipping question Cletu$2 you should be happy the servers are paid so little becuase if they were getting paid like the rest of the restaurant hourly staff you would be paying thier wages through higher menu prices. Industry average for bottom line profit is only about 4-6 cents on $1 of revenue earned. You obviously don't know the restaurant business if you think we're getting rich at the expense of our employees. There is also a positive correlation between someones tipping habits and how much they give to charity and the less fortunate which to me says much about someones character.

                          You are right...I don't know the restruant business,nor do I care about the restruant busuness.I do not tip because the persons boss should pay them a living wage...period!

                          When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President; I'm beginning to believe it. ~Clarence Darrow

                          There ought to be one day - just one - when there is open season on senators. ~Will Rogers

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                            Posted: December 26, 2012, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

                            Yay New Hampshire! I'm gonna stop at that Circle K on the way home tonight. Hopefully this clerk is working and will make another mistake! Also in response to the tipping question Cletu$2 you should be happy the servers are paid so little becuase if they were getting paid like the rest of the restaurant hourly staff you would be paying thier wages through higher menu prices. Industry average for bottom line profit is only about 4-6 cents on $1 of revenue earned. You obviously don't know the restaurant business if you think we're getting rich at the expense of our employees. There is also a positive correlation between someones tipping habits and how much they give to charity and the less fortunate which to me says much about someones character.

                            "There is also a positive correlation between someones tipping habits and how much they give to charity and the less fortunate which to me says much about someones character."

                            Is that something you made up like so many posters do to try and impress someone or was it from a survey done by a reliable research organization?

                            * you don't need more tickets, just the right ticket * 
                            * your best chance to win a lottery jackpot is to buy a ticket * 
                                Wink 


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                              Posted: December 26, 2012, 6:09 pm - IP Logged

                              "There is also a positive correlation between someones tipping habits and how much they give to charity and the less fortunate which to me says much about someones character."

                              Is that something you made up like so many posters do to try and impress someone or was it from a survey done by a reliable research organization?

                              lol. lol. Good question....................