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Woman 'hiding lottery win from husband'

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Stop defending the woman in the story for her choice! You might think someone of your nature is strong, but in reality you are weak! Just take a long hard look at yourself, you're trying to hide behind scripture! What's the matter with you, didn't God give you a brain so you could think for yourself? Or is it that's all you know how to do is to quote scripture from the bible to get your point across? I hope it's not the ladder for your sake. Because you're failing tremendously!

Now, I hope to see the valid reason you think you may have for being on a site that encourages gambling (since you are such a bible thumping Christian)! Of course it hasn't came as of yet and I doubt it ever will! All I have seen so far is this, that and the other thing being brought up. That's because you have no "Valid" reason for being here! First off, No Devout Christian would be caught on such a site! Unless they are a "Hypocrite", which you are and it shows. And I think I have proved that beyond a shadow of doubt in plain words that anyone could understand! 

And may God help us all, if you are in any way shape or form better than anyone on this earth!

GoofEven you...smile, I am here because it is my choice to be here. Please have a most enjoyable dayHyper Mine is!

 

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    It is my choice to be here also, and I always have a great day.  I never have to worry about some myth destroying my pleasure.  Heresy, branding, and burning at the stake was banned was banned with education.  Strangely enough, the power of the groups that preached it have also decline.  Thank GOD those groups are now going broke and shutting down their private schools of hate mongering.  Fewer and fewer free thinkers have to put ten percent of their income into the little envelopes.  Long live the ability to do what you want!

    Cheers

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    I only trust myself - and that's a questionable choice

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      Posted: January 31, 2006, 10:22 pm - IP Logged

      Exactly, Chewie, long live the ability to do what you want Banana.  And that is EXACTLY what the woman did who did not tell her husband about her winnings.  Whew Poke, finally...Coffee

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        It is hard to compete with childish fonts and immature icon displays.  As long as you support deceitfulness, there is no debate; only dishonor and bigotry.  Three cheers for deceitfulness, the Godly support it - the same for Andrea Yates.  God was also her driving force.  I apologize for supporting forgiveness.  Jesus supported forgiveness and was nailed to a cross.  First class lesson.

        Cheers

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        I only trust myself - and that's a questionable choice

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          Quote mylollipopReport Inappropriate ContentTop of pagePosted: Today, 8:17 am - IP Logged

          you'd be surprised at how often felons win major prizes.you'd figure after they do they would leave the criminal life behind if they had any sense.....

          Exactly, LOTTOMIKE.  This situation re-inforces what the woman who hid her earnings from her husband did. (January 20th, 2006 LottoPost). The temptation is too great for a person who has been addicted to drugs and/or is in recovery, to pass up getting back into old habits with all that money to support the habit(s).

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            if i had a husband on drugs for 15 years .don't want to change his life style of living .and i won the lotteryi will never tell the b****.because when he was o drugs he did'n want help or even try.yes people change'but not all . i will take care of my children and get along with my life.it is'n that the guy been on drugs for 15 or 2 days .thats whole 15years damit so he was not trying to change for the better

            ment of his family.give him more money he will use more drugs.so if he wants to go to rehab tell him u will go.but girl keep your money and take care of your children.some people only no ya when

            gat some thing.please let  this woman rest

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              You are blabbering nonsense.  The offense was 15 years pervious, NOT going on 15 years.  Read page one! How do you know what kind of husband or person the man was?  She stayed with him for 15 years.  She is either a masochist or stupid.  Take your choice.  Neither option quialifies her for sainthood.  Deceit and lying does qualifier for some where else!

              Cheers

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              I only trust myself - and that's a questionable choice

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                You are blabbering nonsense.  The offense was 15 years pervious, NOT going on 15 years.  Read page one! How do you know what kind of husband or person the man was?  She stayed with him for 15 years.  She is either a masochist or stupid.  Take your choice.  Neither option quialifies her for sainthood.  Deceit and lying does qualifier for some where else!

                mr. perfect - stop insulting people.

                love to nibble those micey feet.

                 

                                             

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                  This wife is a control freak!

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                    You are blabbering nonsense.  The offense was 15 years pervious, NOT going on 15 years.  Read page one! How do you know what kind of husband or person the man was?  She stayed with him for 15 years.  She is either a masochist or stupid.  Take your choice.  Neither option quialifies her for sainthood.  Deceit and lying does qualifier for some where else!

                    mr. perfect - stop insulting people.

                    That is not an insult, it is a fact.   Nonsense is when it does not make sense.   The statement was nonsense.  By the way, I'm not perfect.  The last perfect guy was crucified.  Strange, in a world of women superiority, it was the man who was perfect.  Strange indeed.  Oh, and contrary to the propaganda, the nails were not in the hand, they were in the wrist.  Means all the pictures are believes in falsehood.  Which brings us back to nonsense.

                    Cheers

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                    I only trust myself - and that's a questionable choice

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                      the whole "would quit his job and demand luxury holidays"... I don't know about the "demand" part... but what lottery winner's spouse wouldn't?

                      I would LOVE to be able to say to my wife... "you never have to work for someone else again!", I would do the same(quit work)... providing the amount was high enough.

                      she has no sympathy, this mystery winner... she somehow deserves days off of work while her husband must continue to work as if their future depended on it... sickening.

                      I hope he finds out and divorces her... if they really exist. (which I doubt)

                      For the drug use... the only way that the money would re-kindle the drug use is if it never went away... money magnifies problems, it rarely creates problems that weren't there... but I doubt it would dredge up a 15 year old drug problem... He has been supposedly doing his part for 15 years.... she isn't a team player... she's the weakest link... goodbye!

                       

                       

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                        we all  have life experiences which make us react to this story in a particular way. 

                        love to nibble those micey feet.

                         

                                                     

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                          DoubleDown, where are you?  I did not see your comment(s) here.  I like reading your view on things; especially your motto---"sometines you are the windsheild and sometimes you are the bug".  What is your opinion on this subject?

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                            we all  have life experiences which make us react to this story in a particular way. 

                            Yes NodThat is so true, EmilyG.  It's like asking if this statement is true "Once a cheater always a cheater"  I guarantee the person who got cheated on will say "yes."  LOL

                             

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                              It's like asking if this statement is true "Once a cheater always a cheater"  I guarantee the person who got cheated on will say "yes."  LOL

                              That could be possible what you say Tenaj. But the fact is, "it's been proved time and time again over the decades". I wouldn't laugh Tenaj, you could always be the next one it happens too! Then it wouldn't be such a laughing matter, now would it? But you know whatTenaj, I'll laugh right now, because it's more than likely it's already happened in your past, you just didn't find out about it! ROFLMFAO

                              I'll be inclined to go with the many research people that had done the research over those decades!

                              Keep dreaming the impossible dream, it just may come true! Thumbs Up

                                 
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