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Using words like "conspiracy theory"


Last Edited: September 29, 2015, 12:26 pm

As I noticed in a recent topic here    The usual haters are at it again trying to drum up drama in the forums,  apparently terms like "conspiracy theory" are now being thrown around to cover up the denial that people continue to make up excuses to believe they aren't throwing their money away and they actually think they're going to win. 

Hey I thought I was going to beat the odds on Wisconsin badger 5 ( when the badger 5 got up to it's highest jackpot amount I have seen in quite a long time, I had a gut feeling milwaukke would get the win, and I decided not to buy a ticket that day and ended  up being right on the money milwaukke would win,  the other winning place was statistically connected to milwaukke  ) just like these people in denial that think they will win PB or MM's. 

The same places winning, that isn't a conspiracy theory, that is conspiracy fact!  Look here http://www.powerball.com/powerball/pb_stories.asp

And here http://www.powerball.com/megamillions/mm_stories.asp

One has to be delusional to think they will win PB or MM's, the odds aren't in your favor, or mine.  But hey, if you're in that much denial go ahead and throw your money away, just don't expect others to throw their money away with you.

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