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To the Global Government Official Community: Government Officials 840 Million yearly Powerball...

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Last Edited: August 25, 2009, 6:48 am

The the government officials community of the world, including heads of state & Presidents....Gather government officials from around the world...Gather 4 million of them each wanting to willingly chip in $30 per paycheck for 2 years....It will be, almost 6 BILLION DOLLARS...YOu place it in the bank at: 7% and it should be: 420 million dollars coming to you every single year...You then create a: "420 million dollar Global Government Officials Lotto that pays: 420 million dollars....I am sorry, unfortunately it can't play twice a year so you are going to divide it into 200 million every six months...After the 10th year, it will pay: 420 million every every six months...After the 15th year it will pay: 420 million every 4 month...And after the 20th year, it will pay: 420 million every 3 months..And so on, you do this every 5 years...You do this every 5 years....If you don't like it, let it pay: 840 million once a year after the 10th year and they don't have to do it again...Is up to you....I was just trying to help....

Something else you could do is you could charge $3 per each ticket only for government officials around the world and since is going to be globally i'll say you will get: 840 million dollars back x 3: so it will be almost 3 billion dollars back....So it will be 4 types of Government Officials Powerball playing once a year each one paying 840 million dollars...And this will be: Every single year...Every single year there will be 4 government officials winners of 840 million dollars each...

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Comments

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Comment by jim695 - August 25, 2009, 1:03 pm
Pumpi, I appreciate the fact that you take an avid interest in current world events, and I'm also proud of you for having the courage to offer many thought-provoking ideas directed toward finding solutions to the countless and seemingly endless problems to which we are all constantly subjected. You are definitely a deep thinker, and I sometimes wonder when or how you manage to find the time to eat or sleep. Please don't interpret this as sarcasm; my comments are sincere and, even though I don't always agree with you, I do enjoy reading your blog, because what you write often sets my own mental wheels in motion concerning your topic of the day.
     However, you seem to be stuck on one track, for the most part, and I feel compelled to point out that a lottery is not a realistic solution to every problem you wish to address. With few exceptions, lotteries seem to be the first thing you reach for when suggesting solutions to any particular difficulty presented anywhere in the world. This is meant only as CONSTRUCTIVE criticism, and I truly hope you'll accept it in the spirit in which it is given. I'm bringing this to your attention because you ARE such a deep thinker, because you DO take such a passionate interest and because I believe that, with a little effort on your part, you can train your mind to look past the lottery when pondering these very serious issues. Even though LP.com is a lottery forum, Todd generously provides us with space for these blogs so we can discuss anything, including those thoughts which are unrelated to lottery games.
     I'd also suggest you do a little research before posting your chosen topic. In the subject above, for example, you suggest gathering four million government officials, "Presidents and heads of state," each of whom must agree to part with thirty dollars from each paycheck for a period of two years. First, I would be surprised if we could count more than a few thousand such high-ranking officials in the entire world, so your entire premise, in this particular instance, is mathematically unsound from the outset. Second, I seriously doubt that even 500 would agree on anything without having to form comittees to study the subject, appoint commissions to conduct hearings and to eventually issue complex and illegible reports concerning whether the thirty-dollar amount was right and proper. By the time they finished, they would have spent that $840 million and more (without expending one dime from their own pockets), and they still wouldn't be able to reach a decision acceptable to all.   
     You have been blessed with a fine and curious mind, Pumpi, so turn it loose and allow yourself the freedom to let your thoughts wander beyond the subject of lottery numbers. If you can do that, you'll cause other members to think about what you've posted, and you'll receive more comments on those topics which, in turn, will cause you to consider a response to what they've written. Before you know it, a lively discussion may develop as you're presented with opinions from other members who might have a different take on the problem you've selected for consideration or debate.

     Jim
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 25, 2009, 2:11 pm
i could not find how many government officials are there in the world on the internet...There is a lot of stuff i'll like to find the answer to and i can't find them on the internet...This is the way i see it:
Countries got to have like between: 1,000 to 3,000 government officials, just count the number of counties a countrie has...Let's assume is: 3,000 x 200 countries that are there in the world= 300,000 x 4 in a 20 year term= 1 million, 200,000 and that's only the ones that made it, the ones that didn't made it= will be x 4 = 4 million 200,000 and that's only on a 20 year term...
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 25, 2009, 2:17 pm
i reserve myself to the lottery, because there is not a lot i can do...my knowledge is limited...i didn't graduate from college or spend years in college learning/choosing all sorts of unthinkable majors, i don't have access to magazines i can read, i dont have access to internet private research, magazines, never held a high office, so there is a ton of stuff i dont have and my resources thing to work with is limited...
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 25, 2009, 2:20 pm
never ran a company, never study the stock market, never WORKED in the stock market, etc, etc, etc...
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 25, 2009, 2:22 pm
dont expect me to solve the world's problem, i am just working with what i know to put the information out there so that someone could also pick it up and chew it and have a reference and be able to unify all fields and create the Grand theory of how to solve all of the world's problems...
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 25, 2009, 2:31 pm
also, i was in the military and i got sick and got a disability, and sometimes i see it as, i didnt work for this disability [i deserve it but i didnt work for it] and most of the time i am not doing anything at home, so i thought may as well do something with my time plus i find TV to be boring...you will find that you have PLENTY of time if you dont watch TV, nor listen to music...the average person spends like i'll say 3-5 hours a day watching TV...
however have to admit, i should get paid more for what i am doing...
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 26, 2009, 2:47 am
Going back to the government official lotto...What they could do is take the 840 million dollars coming their way each year and create a "World Wide 842 million dollar Powerball" and with the money collected from it which will be tripled that amount, create a: 3 types of 842 million dollars Powerball perhaps playing twice a year or every 4 month....
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Comment by pumpi76 - August 26, 2009, 2:55 am
Actually 840 million for the public i don't know you can leave it like it is but i think is too much, should be more like 400 million but is up to you...Even if you leave it at: 400 million and make it public worldwide you should get 6 or 8 times that much which will be 3 billion which you can take to create the 840 million dollars Global Government official Powerball...But again is up to you...

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