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Lottery newsletters try to predict winning numbers

Topic closed. 17 replies. Last post 12 years ago by cps10.

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United States
Member #23835
October 16, 2005
3779 Posts
Posted: January 25, 2006, 10:21 am - IP Logged

"Could we have survived for all these years if the information we're providing these players isn't helping?"

Why certainly! People are basically idiots! Casinos rake in billions. People believe the crap these guys are publishing and 20% believe the lottery is the path to wealth!

That's pretty much what I thought, except I wasn't thinking about casinos. It's pretty funny hearing that from people whose publications are about a form of gambling that generally returns only 50 cents on the dollar. Last I knew, cigarettes were still selling pretty well, and the best you can hope for as a smoker is that cigarettes will make your teeth brown and your breath stink,  but not kill you. A substantial percentage of people who are rich got rich because their customers are fairly far out on the left side of the bell curve.


    United States
    Member #7853
    October 15, 2004
    11350 Posts
    Posted: January 28, 2006, 10:25 pm - IP Logged

    thats basically what a lot of them do is take advantage of the situation.someone is raking in the cash its just not the players.....

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      The Carolinas - Charlotte
      United States
      Member #21627
      September 12, 2005
      4141 Posts
      Posted: January 29, 2006, 11:14 pm - IP Logged

      National Lottery is a good idea. It may not ever happen, but to fund these disasters? The thing about the U.S. is that we are far too concerned with what everybody else is doing and we don't take care of our own. It's pretty apparent. I wish that the U.S. would take care of its own citizens instead of everyone else. That would also prevent other countries always thinking we make everything out business. The same countries that slam the U.S. for always interfering are also those that have their hands out when they have their own crises.

      *stepping down off my political soapbox now to get back into 'win the lottery' mode*