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Clerk's error makes N.J. man a $100,000 winner

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beaudad's avatar - animaniacs26
Mid Atlantic States
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Posted: November 19, 2009, 7:58 pm - IP Logged

Like I have said over and over you win more by mistakes and QP's..Luck is all this game is..There is no way you can handicap ping pong balls and scratchoffs..People are probably sick of me writing this but that's what lottery is luck..People can keep track of what numbers have not come in but it's all luck..I'm out..

Hey Tiggs95 when was the last time you bought a QP or a scratch-off ?????????I don't mean to offend you or are you waiting for the wind to blow a lottery ticket to your front door that someone lost................ if it is all luck I don't need to buy a ticket.........correct???????

" I don't have a gambling problem,  I have a problem winning!"

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    Santa Ana
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    Posted: November 19, 2009, 11:52 pm - IP Logged

    I always buy mistake tickets. There was a girl at this local store I buy my lottery tickets at and one day I asked her for a $10 Hoosier Lotto quickpick. The machine spit out the $10 ticket, but then I saw another $1 ticket come out. I don't what she did to make that happen, she did it by accident. Anyway, she set it aside and brought the $10 ticket over, and I said "Hey, I'll take that ticket too". LOL. Honestly, I'd much rather be the person that bought the mistake ticket than the person that didn't.

    I also try to buy mistake tickets as well just in case--however some times when I've gone to a lottery store and the machine for some reason isn't working, I assume it might be just fate or lottery karma that would not allow me to buy the ticket at that particular store, at that particular time and therefore force me to go to another store to try my luck or it could have been the other way around and I totally missed out buying "THE" winning ticket--You never know and like I said before--IT'S JUST THE LUCK OF THE DRAWDance

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      Posted: November 20, 2009, 9:17 am - IP Logged

      beaudad..I'm to old to be offended..I buy lottery tickets eveyday..You have to buy one to win and you have to buy one to be "lucky"..duuuuh..Even as dumb as I am I know that so don't point that out to me..thanks..I will never use anyones so called system..

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        Posted: November 21, 2009, 12:50 pm - IP Logged

        Mistakes are the smae as any other ticket and the same amount of luck. I must have bought around 100 mistakes so far and not one was a winner.

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          Los Angeles, CA
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          Posted: November 29, 2009, 12:13 pm - IP Logged

          Remember children!

           

          For every mistake winner of $100,000, there are 100,000 other mistake tickets that did not work. You never hear of the losers.

          The MegaMillions will hit...it will be me...this you heard here first

            Dawn32's avatar - DawnMarch2012
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            Posted: November 29, 2009, 5:54 pm - IP Logged

            If a clerk ever prints the wrong ticket for a game I didn't ask for (which has happened before) I always take that ticket too cause you never know.

            "Bless me Lord, so that I may be a blessing to others."