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N.Y. lottery winner and tenant fight thief

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Posted: October 10, 2008, 12:44 am - IP Logged

can you do a blind trust if you win in california?

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    Posted: October 10, 2008, 4:08 am - IP Logged

    I would tell no one, set up a blind trust and move to neighborhood with wealthy neighbors, say in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Las Vegas. I might even change my name. I already have 2 rottweilers, I would probably buy more rottweilers for protection. No one comes to visit me now because they are afraid of my rottweilers. When I had small dogs, people would bother me. Now with huge dogs, no one bothers me and I like it.

    Sandy

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      Posted: October 10, 2008, 5:00 am - IP Logged

      I'm not sure about Mega Millions but on the state games you can claim anonymously in California.

      You can't predict random.

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        Posted: October 10, 2008, 10:43 am - IP Logged

        I would tell no one, set up a blind trust and move to neighborhood with wealthy neighbors, say in Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Las Vegas. I might even change my name. I already have 2 rottweilers, I would probably buy more rottweilers for protection. No one comes to visit me now because they are afraid of my rottweilers. When I had small dogs, people would bother me. Now with huge dogs, no one bothers me and I like it.

        I love Rotties, but I would probably get a pair of Dogo's Cool

        http://www.rarebreed.com/breeds/dogo/dogo2.jpg

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          Posted: October 10, 2008, 6:38 pm - IP Logged

          I love Rotties, but I would probably get a pair of Dogo's Cool

          http://www.rarebreed.com/breeds/dogo/dogo2.jpg

          That looks like a pitbull or pitbull mix. My rott and I were attacked by the neighbor's pitbull in my own yard, so I now hate pitbulls. My rott and I were not hurt because its owner, my neighbor, luckily hurried and pulled his pitbull out of my yard before it could jump me or my rott. I know it will happen again because that pitbull only lives 2 houses away from me. The next time, I will shoot that pitbull when it enters my property. In Ohio, you can shoot and kill a pitbull when it enters your property. Sorry I don't mean to get off topic, so I will get back on topic.

          Yep, rotts are great guard dogs to protect your lottery winnings.

          Sandy

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            Posted: October 10, 2008, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

            Yea unfortunaly any dog can be made to be bad (and some are by nature) if the owner doesn't care much.  Seems common with Pits, but I've met a few awesome ones in my day.  Definitely love Rotties though, I have a good friend with a 110 lb Rottie and he's one of the nicest dog's I've ever met. He even knows how to get you a beer from the fridge, how's that for a talent!?

            The Dogo's were originally bred selectively from many different origins, terrier/boxer/bulldog/mastif/cordoba/great dane/pyrenees/pointer/wolf hound, but no Pit in the mix!

            Ok back on topic now :)

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              Posted: October 11, 2008, 9:47 am - IP Logged

              .......WOW!!!!...some of you are just  P L A I N  scary !!!   Just do what i did a year ago,  rented out my 2 rental properties to young single cops....both houses are on each side of mine....excellent protection since both are allowed to bring their police vehicles home!!

               "as long as you win more than you lose...gamblins' not a problem"

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                Posted: October 11, 2008, 2:41 pm - IP Logged

                That looks like a pitbull or pitbull mix. My rott and I were attacked by the neighbor's pitbull in my own yard, so I now hate pitbulls. My rott and I were not hurt because its owner, my neighbor, luckily hurried and pulled his pitbull out of my yard before it could jump me or my rott. I know it will happen again because that pitbull only lives 2 houses away from me. The next time, I will shoot that pitbull when it enters my property. In Ohio, you can shoot and kill a pitbull when it enters your property. Sorry I don't mean to get off topic, so I will get back on topic.

                Yep, rotts are great guard dogs to protect your lottery winnings.

                The problem isn't the dog. The problem is the neighbor. Every pit bull I've ever met has been a sweetheart, but your neighbor would almost certainly replace one with another that would turn out the same way. The right way to solve the problem is to shoot the neighbor. Ohio may not explicitly permit that, but missing the dog isn't illegal.

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                  Posted: October 11, 2008, 5:57 pm - IP Logged

                  The problem isn't the dog. The problem is the neighbor. Every pit bull I've ever met has been a sweetheart, but your neighbor would almost certainly replace one with another that would turn out the same way. The right way to solve the problem is to shoot the neighbor. Ohio may not explicitly permit that, but missing the dog isn't illegal.

                  LOL...Great solution to the problem but it would not be legal and I could not do that at all. So I just tolerate it for as long as I can.

                  I feel sorry for that poor guy in NY though. Too bad he did not have a big dog or some kind of protection.

                  If I won alot of money from the lottery, I would tell NO ONE, not even my family. Smile

                  Sandy

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                    Posted: November 24, 2008, 7:09 pm - IP Logged

                    jim695 - you know, that was why I joined this group in the first place. I wanted information on what to do if I win the lottery. In North Carolina, you can't be anonymous, no blind trust, no corporations - to my knowledge. Basically, you can decline getting your picture taken, but that's it!! A major problem is that in many counties, they have websites where people can look up your name and get your home information - how much it cost, square footage, address, phone, etc (so, yes, much more than a phone book) - and since it's by the gov't, you can't get it "erased", like when you can pay extra to not have your name and number in the phone book.

                    However, I have always wanted to double-check these facts. I would love to go in with you on this project.

                     

                    konane - please check your CD for that information. I'd love to have that too!

                    Hyperlooks  to  me  as  though  in  NY  ,  people  can  and  will  talk  ........and  the  theief   knew  something  about   the person  who  he  was  robbing;

                    your  address  and  apt.  number  have  never  been  public  informaton ..and  this  case  the  thief  knew  who  he  owed  a  $$1,500.

                    only  his  so-called  buddy  knew  that  information..........Crying

                    the  fight he  and  the  theift  had  was  a  wak-up  call  to  buy   a  large  german sheppard  guard  dog ......and  a  security  camra  then  he  could  cover  all  his  bases....next  time  it  will  be  a  woman  with  no  underware!!!  Hyper

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                      Posted: December 3, 2008, 10:26 pm - IP Logged

                      aw thats not very fair.

                       

                      i was attacked by a rott before and I don't hate them.i have a rott and two pits.they all are the sweetest things and i would trust them with my baby.