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Year-old Indiana Lottery jackpot finally won

Topic closed. 31 replies. Last post 9 years ago by KY Floyd.

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Posted: November 20, 2007, 8:40 pm - IP Logged

csfb, come-on get with the program turkey!

No reason to be angry that he's going to quit his job, it's his choice to leave a perfectly good job that he already has that supports him and his family! It's just says to me he wants a free ride from his parents and their good fortune!

Not angry at any of it all csfb, I just made an observation as to the son making a move on his parents good fortune as if it was his! And we all know darn well it's not! His father won the lottery, not the son! Trying to take what isn't yours or trying to get a chunk of it anyway possible, just isn't right! That's why I called the son the names I did, nothing more than that!

No NoRemember csfb, 99.9% of those who points a finger and accuses someone else of an offence (like their slip is showing), are already guilty of the same offence they are accusing someone else of commetting!ROFL

Heh, heh, your slip is not only showing, it's also stained.

I suggest, you take your slip for professional cleaning.  While your at it, have your lenses cleaned, too.  That way, you'll see the world more clearly.Ponder

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    Posted: November 22, 2007, 1:15 am - IP Logged

    Hey KY Floyd, go back and take a good look in the article where the son says he's going to quit his job with the police dept. And also his making the comment "We're rich". How does his father winning the lottery make him (the son) rich? The son is the one who has assumed!

     I have explained enough, but it's time for you to go back and re-read the whole article, then you just might have a slight hold on things before making your next comment!

    Perhaps you should look at it again and try to figure out who understands what, both here and in the Gilbert household. You're making assumptions, and apparently don't know that you're completely clueless. You don't have a clue what the son's plans are beyond quitting his current job and taking a few trips with his parents. You don't have a clue what the parents plan to do about keeping or sharing the money. You don't have a clue what the son knew or meant when he said "we're rich now". 

    Well, perhaps you're not completely clueless. That there are grandchildren might be a clue that the son is their father and that he's still married to the kids mother. If so, you don't have a clue whether or not she has a job to quit or what her future job plans are. Of course it's also possible that the grandchildren are from another child, but you're clueless about that, too.