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$37M lotto winner dies heartbroken recluse

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joshuacloak's avatar - Money Swim-uncle-scrooge-mcduck-35997717-677-518.jpg

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Posted: April 11, 2011, 4:02 pm - IP Logged

the pic alone tells the story of why hes dead now.....

like how he never talked much thro, i like people who mind their own.

 

if the rumor was true, and he had cancer before the win, Now it all becomes clear, i like to talk about health , we Must be healthy, its life or death in later years of your life.

overweight, and  or obese,really its the   lack of physical exerise"best proven way to die faster"  , is the number #1 way to  shorten your life,

did you know pro Athletes who retired form sport/exerise have the same death ratio's as normal pop

 

you can win the lottery, and soon be dead due to poor healh, i work out about a hour a day mini

Obesity is the leading preventable cause of death worldwide ,due to effects on heart health, and then  cancer deaths linked to fat people  stats who get il

only smoking is really the only  worst way to send your self down the road of il health "kills your lung cells its a fact people."

poor eating"junk 24/7"  where the fruit? kinda thinking. , lack of exerise will just about send anyone down the road to a early death

remb we have trillions of cells in our body, if its not kept in top shape, aka your fat etc, something will Give and it Will be your weakest links first, some its heart health related , others it cancer, etc

did you know sense where born cancer cells start appearing! , yes its true, people Don't just "get" cancer, they made it a nice place for it to stay alive and grow

, the heathy body Deals with these rogue cells in no time,

Stay healthy!    are body's are designed to kick ass inside our selfs if rogue units start up, if you abuse it you lose it,

but once you made your body a nice place for cancer to Grow,  Its game Over, you lost, bye bye,

o and whats the majority of humankind way of fighting cancer to date., to  make your whole body even  weaker by drugs "Chemotherapy" ya it kills cancer cells,  that also attack Healthy cell  "idiots all of them in health field, let me know when they come up with a cure , morons."

their is a cure, where born with it, the body can take care of it self just Fine , it can't override your piss poor choice's of life style thro, food,lack of exerise etc

this winner had all markings having 1 hell of a weak link. odd age and was fat    what's the point in winning millions on the lottery if you Can't enjoy your life for a long time

 

you could say at the end of the day, its really none thing but Humanity Stupidy that is their Number 1 cease of All human  death,

the body is a god like entity of staying health, but each persons own stupidy brings them Down.

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    Here is a quote from the movie: Gladiator...

    Death smiles at us ALL [whao!], all a man can do is, smile back...

    you never know live life to the fullest...

    this is my last post here on this Thread:

    Death smiles at us ALL [whao!], all a man can do is, smile back...

    SMILE BACK AND PRAY....

    THATS TRUE JOSHUACLOCK....THE BEST DRUG FOR CANCER WE ALREADY ARE BORN WITH IT...

    The Forex trades: 1.6 Trillion dollars EVERY day, that´s more than the GDP of the Carribbean Central America, COMBINED. Enough to feed every crook out there for centuries...To all Geniuses & Powers Countries of the World the Planet needs breakthroughs in all Medicine, Veterinary, Biology related fields, Psychology, Population Psychology/Sociology..They need to genetically ingeneer new plants species/types to give more variety of plants and thus have more resources for combating diseases¨


     


     


     

     


      HaveABall's avatar - rocket

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      Posted: April 11, 2011, 5:20 pm - IP Logged

      Seems he lived life and faced death under his own terms.  RIP.  Blue Angel

      Yes, it was probably a wonderful experience!

      Having several millions of dollars in my financial accounts means receiving several valuable services each day!

      Disney

        LottoPools's avatar - bee
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        Posted: April 11, 2011, 5:41 pm - IP Logged

        Who says he was heartbroken?  If he closeted himself away, no one knew what he was doing.  He may have met someone and been having the time of his life.  Or he may have been on his own and having the time of his life.  Just because he cut off contact with the people he knew before the win doesn't mean he was heartbroken or miserly.  It just means he lived a private life.  Isn't that what we post about here all the time?  Perhaps those that were in his life post-win are continuing to respect his right to privacy.

        R.I.P.

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          dphillips's avatar - littleuns
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          Posted: April 11, 2011, 6:07 pm - IP Logged

          We just recently read of a happy lottery winner this month, and now this!  This story is sad, tragic because as far as we know, the person had a will to live: not everyone will obtain the chance to win the lottery. Now, some people will read the story and think...see there, I told you so...money doesn't buy happiness. To that reply: "if you weren't happy before winning and you had major psychological or mental issues; then, all the money in the world will not bring peace of mind."

          You see, it's not the love of money that's evil; it's the lack of it. All things considered, a person must have his or her mental, physical, financial, and spiritual house in order before winning, or be willing to seek help in any one or all of the above-mentioned deficiencies.

          Finally, may the person rest in peace and eternal joy in the hereafter -- since the person didn't find it on earth!  Peace Out.

          See Ya!-- Bye, bye!  When you win, may you glow as brightly as theSun Smiley

            rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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            Posted: April 11, 2011, 6:12 pm - IP Logged

            I think Merle Haggard said it right:

             

            I don't let no woman tie me down

            And I'll never get too old to get around

            I wanna die along the highway and rot away

            Like some old high-line pole

            With this restless Ramblin' Fever in my soul.

             

            This man however had his own way and unless we walked in his shoes we would scant know the road or why he took it.

            And I'm sure if asked he would say: "Ain't nobody's business but my own".

            And it ain't.

            But I betcha he's happier now than he's ever been.

             

            Happy trails Graham.


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

            "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

                                                                                                        --Edmund Burke

             

             

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              Posted: April 11, 2011, 6:35 pm - IP Logged

              Sometimes people just want to be left alone.  Wink

                dphillips's avatar - littleuns
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                Posted: April 11, 2011, 7:34 pm - IP Logged

                I can relate to that person, too.  Even the great Greta Garbo almost said the same words.

                Each person's family dynamics is different, also. Not every family was like the Brady Bunch, Father Knows Best, or The Lucy Show. Wow, times have changed, but it is -- what it is!

                Personally, I can't comment on his family dynamics, but families out there in America had better get it together because the next generation (now) is suffering from the fragmented, psychological, and dysfunctional agony spewed by these so-called mothers, fathers, or guardians. Repeat: don't have kids if you don't want to psychologically, financially, spiritually, and physical nourish them because money isn't always the answer.

                Finally, since I can only speak of Amercia (I don't live in another country), I'm ashamed to be called a citizen of this country because any of you who were around, save, 40, 50, or 60 years ago can attest that we didn't have this much family fragmentation. Oh, yeah, there were problems, but you dared not show any emotion or let anyone in the community know -- it was considered a disgrace and family betrayal. Now, anything goes; watch your talk shows.

                See Ya!-- Bye, bye!  When you win, may you glow as brightly as theSun Smiley

                  rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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                  I can relate to that person, too.  Even the great Greta Garbo almost said the same words.

                  Each person's family dynamics is different, also. Not every family was like the Brady Bunch, Father Knows Best, or The Lucy Show. Wow, times have changed, but it is -- what it is!

                  Personally, I can't comment on his family dynamics, but families out there in America had better get it together because the next generation (now) is suffering from the fragmented, psychological, and dysfunctional agony spewed by these so-called mothers, fathers, or guardians. Repeat: don't have kids if you don't want to psychologically, financially, spiritually, and physical nourish them because money isn't always the answer.

                  Finally, since I can only speak of Amercia (I don't live in another country), I'm ashamed to be called a citizen of this country because any of you who were around, save, 40, 50, or 60 years ago can attest that we didn't have this much family fragmentation. Oh, yeah, there were problems, but you dared not show any emotion or let anyone in the community know -- it was considered a disgrace and family betrayal. Now, anything goes; watch your talk shows.

                  "I'm ashamed to be called a citizen of this country..."

                   

                  Don't be ashamed of the whole country, dphillips. There are still a lot of good people out there with wholesome values and morals.

                  It's just a certain segment of society that has been fostering an agenda to diminish our morals and values in this country.

                  Unfortunately the segment that wants to debase and devalue our honored traditions controls the news media, the education system and 2/3rds of our government.

                  But good, decent Americans are in the process of turning things around despite them.

                  Remember that the only requirement for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. 


                                                               
                                       
                                                           

                   

                   

                   

                   

                                                                                                                     

                  "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing"

                                                                                                              --Edmund Burke

                   

                   

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                    "I'm ashamed to be called a citizen of this country..."

                     

                    Don't be ashamed of the whole country, dphillips. There are still a lot of good people out there with wholesome values and morals.

                    It's just a certain segment of society that has been fostering an agenda to diminish our morals and values in this country.

                    Unfortunately the segment that wants to debase and devalue our honored traditions controls the news media, the education system and 2/3rds of our government.

                    But good, decent Americans are in the process of turning things around despite them.

                    Remember that the only requirement for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing. 

                    I Agree!

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                      Posted: April 11, 2011, 8:45 pm - IP Logged

                      Who says he was heartbroken?  If he closeted himself away, no one knew what he was doing.  He may have met someone and been having the time of his life.  Or he may have been on his own and having the time of his life.  Just because he cut off contact with the people he knew before the win doesn't mean he was heartbroken or miserly.  It just means he lived a private life.  Isn't that what we post about here all the time?  Perhaps those that were in his life post-win are continuing to respect his right to privacy.

                      R.I.P.

                      I Agree! Too often the idea is promoted that because someone has a lot of money or many people know their name, that their life should be a free-for-all-to-see spectacle and that any and every aspect of it should be available for public consumption.

                      The next-best thing (for the losers) is to be friends with a famous or wealthy person, then they can yak-blab the person's business to the tabloids or in a book. Rant

                      In neo-conned Amerika, bank robs you.
                      Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms should be the name of a convenience store, not a govnoment agency.

                        Piaceri's avatar - sarsony1
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                        I can relate to that person, too.  Even the great Greta Garbo almost said the same words.

                        Each person's family dynamics is different, also. Not every family was like the Brady Bunch, Father Knows Best, or The Lucy Show. Wow, times have changed, but it is -- what it is!

                        Personally, I can't comment on his family dynamics, but families out there in America had better get it together because the next generation (now) is suffering from the fragmented, psychological, and dysfunctional agony spewed by these so-called mothers, fathers, or guardians. Repeat: don't have kids if you don't want to psychologically, financially, spiritually, and physical nourish them because money isn't always the answer.

                        Finally, since I can only speak of Amercia (I don't live in another country), I'm ashamed to be called a citizen of this country because any of you who were around, save, 40, 50, or 60 years ago can attest that we didn't have this much family fragmentation. Oh, yeah, there were problems, but you dared not show any emotion or let anyone in the community know -- it was considered a disgrace and family betrayal. Now, anything goes; watch your talk shows.

                        dphillips, Don't be ashamed of this country because a portion does not value family or understand what "family" truely is. There are people out there who have suffered the 'it takes a village' attitude, those who have suffered because the rules of welfare benefitting single parent families, those who have suffered from media exploitation of the abnormal, and those who have suffered dumbing down in order to make those with 'less' feel better - exceptualism being frowned upon. Despite all of this, there are many who still have 'family' as their core.. of all generations. They value two parent families, respect of others, respect of self, and working hard to become successful. That foundation core is still here, and probably the silent majority that stays silent until crisis. And watch out, because we are in crisis.

                        The sad story of this gentleman is just that, sad. Some people prefer solitude. Even though I have a great and close family, I value my solitude. You don't have to live next door to your family to be close. This man sounds as if his family was not close, and that family closeness was not what he sought. All in all, it sounds like he was well liked at work and at his home. It was his choice to cut people out of his life. Possibly physical illness was not his only illness and that he suffered from mild paranoia. He could have moved from the boarding house and still maintained the friends he valued. True friends would not have asked anything of him.

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                          $37 million? That's a big big money if I were him I will immedieately hire a security for my safety! So where did his money go?

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                            Sad sad story why should your life stay the same if you are a millionaire ? i will enjoy myself to the bone. Tight fisted people are very unhappy people so that says it all..

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                              Sometimes people just want to be left alone.  Wink

                              I Agree!