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$8 million lottery dispute grips Spain

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Posted: May 29, 2006, 7:12 pm - IP Logged

If you're referring to my post, RJOh, then I am definitely not offering him anything! LOL 

However, I was just changing my sheets and pulled a muscle in my back (they'll just have to hang..I'm not lifting that darn mattress again) and I'm thinking "Is this as good as it gets?"  As much as I try to walk the straight & narrow, I sometimes think about what W.C. Fields said:

"It is morally wrong to allow a sucker to keep his money." Evil Smile

Green laughJXP, you're killing me !!!

Is this as good as it gets ? I wonder that myself sometimes...

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    Posted: May 29, 2006, 9:35 pm - IP Logged

    "(Considerations could be no more than just picking some lucky numbers for him to play)"
     
    I added that comment to my post so the word "considerations" wouldn't be taken to mean something bad.  Once in a while I use to read about the players who won a lottery jackpot and shared it with a waitress, stranger or a friend who had been nice to them and they wanted to do the same.  Those days are probably long gone, today people expected to be rewarded extra for just doing their jobs, that's probably why the clerk flashes a big friendly smile and says "Good luck and remember me if you win anything" when a players buys his lottery tickets.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: May 30, 2006, 9:52 am - IP Logged

      "(Considerations could be no more than just picking some lucky numbers for him to play)"
       
      I added that comment to my post so the word "considerations" wouldn't be taken to mean something bad.  Once in a while I use to read about the players who won a lottery jackpot and shared it with a waitress, stranger or a friend who had been nice to them and they wanted to do the same.  Those days are probably long gone, today people expected to be rewarded extra for just doing their jobs, that's probably why the clerk flashes a big friendly smile and says "Good luck and remember me if you win anything" when a players buys his lottery tickets.

      €onsiderations?

      I've given £ottery tickets to waitresses. I prefer women who wear tuxedo shirts.