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Die Hard Multi-Lottery Pool - Game XI - 8th Update


Getting Older

I thought you would enjoy the following interview: In April, Maya Angelou was interviewed by Oprah on her 70+ birthday.

Oprah asked her what she thought of growing older.

 And, there on television, she said it was "exciting." Regarding body changes, she said there were many, occurring every day...like her breasts.

They seem to be in a race to see which will reach her waist, first. The audience laughed so hard they cried. She is such a simple and honest woman, with so much wisdom in her words!

Maya Angelou said this: I've learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow."

"I've learned that you can tell a lot about a person by the way he/she handles these three things: a rainy day, lost luggage, and tangled Christmas tree lights."

 "I've learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your life."

 "I've learned that making a 'living' is not the same thing as 'making a                            life'."

 "I've learned that life sometimes gives you a second chance."

 “I've learned that you shouldn't go through life with a catcher's mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw some things back."




 "I've learned that whenever I decide something with an open heart, I                    usually make the right decision."

 "I've learned that even when I have pains, I don't have to be one."

"I've learned that every day you should reach out and touch someone. People love a warm hug, or just a friendly pat on the back."

"I've learned that I still have a lot to learn."

"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."

If you do, something good will happen: You will boost another person’s                           self-esteem.

If you don't...the elastic will break and your underpants will fall down around your ankles! ;-) Believe me, I didn't take any chances on MY elastic breaking....I sent it to a lot of special people I care for.

God writes straight with crooked lines.

- - Spanish Proverb

Mega Millions

We do have three numbers until Tuesday December 26th, 2006.  Now we won nothing. 

Your numbers:




Mega Ball


Dates Valid




16 18 45 52 54








09 13 21 34 54








09 14 19 35 54

















The Jack Pot is now at $40 Million.

The estimated cash value of this jackpot is $23,923,440

16 divided by $23,923,440 = $1,495,215.00 for each of us.  This is before any attorney fee’s, taxes or tithes.

We only have four more draws in this game.

Kansas Hot Lotto
Power Ball

Power Ball

We have won nothing in this game, and it’s this game we have the most tickets.

Your Numbers:


Power Ball Numbers




Dates Valid


State Issued




07 29 38 46 53




11/25/06 – 01/13/07






08 13 27 39 50




11/25/06 – 01/13/07






03 16 19 29 51




11/29/06 – 01/17/07






02 10 29 36 54




11/29/06 – 01/17/07






11 12 17 24 49




01/29/06 – 01/17/07







The New Jack Pot for Wednesday, December 20th, 2006 is worth $53 Million, the Cash Option is worth $25,900,000.00.

There are 16 of us playing in this game, so that means each of us would get $1,618,750.00.  This is before any attorney fee’s, taxes or tithes.


Other Information

I will be starting Die Hard Multi-Lottery Pool on Monday January 1st, 2006.  If you have paid for your November and December dues by the 31st of December, then you will be in Die Hard XII

Now if you have only paid for November, then you money will be transferred to the Next Mega Million Game (Game 30). 

So the bad news is we will be losing a lot of members in this game.  There is more bad news. I can’t find anyone to supply us with Hot Lotto Tickets.  So this may be our last game with Hot Lotto Tickets.

Now, I will NOT be in the office on Friday December 29th, 2006.  I had scheduled myself to work that day to give everyone the chance to pay me to be in the next game.  But, I have jury duty starting that day and am scheduled to be in Jury Duty until January 12th, 2006.

So if you work for Citi, and you want to play in this next game, you will need to have your money to me before Friday December 29th, 2006.  You can mail me a check if you want, but I need to receive in my Post Office Box by Saturday December 30th, 2006.

Your $10.00 is due on or before Sunday December 31st, 2006





I loved the letters you printed about misinterpreting
the Lord's Prayer. When my twin daughters were young,
I taught them to say this prayer before going to bed.
As I listened outside their door, I could hear them say,
"Give us this steak and daily bread, and forgive us our
mattresses." My husband and I always had a good laugh
over this. That was over 50 years ago, and the memory
still remains in my heart.
San Francisco: When I was a child,
I learned this prayer as "Our Father, who are in Heaven,
Howard be thy name." I always thought that was God's real name.

Groton, Mass. My mother spent her early childhood saying,
"Hail Mary, full of grapes."
Missoula, Mont. My son, who is in nursery school, said,
"Our Father, who art in Heaven, how didja know my name?"
Uniontown, Ohio I remember thinking this prayer was
"Give us this day our jelly bread."
Covina, Calif. I recall reading something years ago
about the Pledge of Allegiance. Some child thought it began,
"I led the pigeons to the flag."
Cleveland, Ohio When I was little, I often wondered who Richard Stands was. You know: 

  "I pledge allegiance to the flag . . 
and to the republic for Richard Stands."
Schenectady, NY I once knew a child whose favorite Sunday school song was  

 "Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear." (gladly the Cross I Bear).
Tampa, Fla. When my husband was 6 years old, he thought
a certain prayer was "He suffered under a bunch of violets."
The real words were "under Pontius Pilate," but at that age,
he didn't know better. To this day, we still snicker
in church whenever that prayer is read.
Lake Forest Park, Wash. When I was a little girl,
we sang a song in Sunday school about Noah.
Part of the chorus was "And the rains came down,
and the floods came up." We lived next door
to a couple of charming little girls who always sang
this song while playing in their garden. Their words
were, "And the rains came down, and the spuds came up."
Oak Harbor, Wash. When my older brother was very young,
he always walked up to the church altar with my mother
when she took communion. On one occasion, he tugged
at her arm and asked, "What does the priest say
when he gives you the bread?" Mom whispered something
in his ear. Imagine his shock many years later
when he learned that the priest doesn't say,
"Be quiet until you get to your seat."

Grand Junction, Colo. When I was younger,
I believed the line was "Lead a snot into temptation."
I thought I was praying for my little sister to get into trouble 


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