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How To Protect Yourself In A Lottery Pool

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Posted: May 30, 2006, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

I will get into a pool today, as we are expecting temps in the high 90's

LOL

DD

happy tuesday....."DD"

The temps are also in the 90's here today in Bethesda, but the air conditioning is delightfully delicious........Lurking

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    Posted: May 30, 2006, 7:43 pm - IP Logged

    I will get into a pool today, as we are expecting temps in the high 90's

    LOL

    DD

    happy tuesday....."DD"

    The temps are also in the 90's here today in Bethesda, but the air conditioning is delightfully delicious........Lurking

    Happy Tuesday evening to you as well, Libra926...

    Hope you are doing well...

    A/C rules !!!!

    Otherwise, you could be like this guy...  Mad

     

                                   

                  

     

     

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      Posted: May 31, 2006, 12:27 am - IP Logged

      Be very careful, CASH. Crocs and Gators don't do annuities, either- they eat you in lump sums.. DD

       

      You can protect yourself by drinking a lot of gator-ade.  Big Grin

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        Posted: May 31, 2006, 11:30 pm - IP Logged

        I have been doing a pool for almost a year now at my work and I have posted the contract that I use most of u have read it  IT IS AIR TIGHT and it states IN the contract that PAST PARTICIPATION DOES NOT ALLOW YOU TO ANY WINNINGS IF YOU DID NOT ENTER IN THE DAYS POOL  I make that sh1t clear ... and I state in it that it will be divided equally between all players and that it is a lump sum only option pool AND I put each name of the player and the amount of the pool on each and every contract copy (there all the same for each player)  They are dated for THAT days drawing  so that changes each time they get a new one and they all get a photo copy of ALL the tickets that I purchase  ... I love playing in the pool and giving more chances to win with less money I am ok with spliiting 50 mill between 5 people ( considering that Me and My best friend live together and we combine all our money now were like family  so that would be 20 mill for us Big Smile  I look at it this way as long as its a GOOD pool go for it I say.

        Hopin To Be The Lucky Ones!!

        COME ON MEGA! MEGA-ME-RICH!

         

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          Posted: June 2, 2006, 10:45 am - IP Logged

          Be very careful, CASH. Crocs and Gators don't do annuities, either- they eat you in lump sums.. DD

           

          You can protect yourself by drinking a lot of gator-ade.  Big Grin

          AFAIK they drown humans before they devour them. But I still don't want to die that way.