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Kansas Mega Millions winner claims jackpot anonymously

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Posted: April 9, 2012, 6:36 pm - IP Logged

Nope but i can still dream. Maybe lightening will strike twice like with Rhode Island and Kansas will get the Powerball and i will be holding the winning ticketSmile

The lotto gods will make a SECOND LAP. The question is, will you be ready?

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    Posted: April 9, 2012, 6:38 pm - IP Logged

    The lotto gods will make a SECOND LAP. The question is, will you be ready?

    Rad................Already to rock n roll  on this end......show me the money !!!!

    Stay Positive, Believe and good things will come your way


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      Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:05 pm - IP Logged

      Rad................Already to rock n roll  on this end......show me the money !!!!

      Is $94 million enough for you?

       

      I guess not. Next time then. I will let you take the next jackpot and I will settle for the coppers - lol!

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        Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

        Apparently, the MD winner came forward today and will have a press conference tomorrow.

        I'm surprised to hear their not claiming anonymously... I'll be SHOCKED if it's the McD's manager. We'll see tomorrow I guess.

        EDIT: Whoops! I didn't see that Todd had already posted the same info. Went straight from CNN to posting here.

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          Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:35 pm - IP Logged

          Apparently, the MD winner came forward today and will have a press conference tomorrow.

          I'm surprised to hear their not claiming anonymously... I'll be SHOCKED if it's the McD's manager. We'll see tomorrow I guess.

          EDIT: Whoops! I didn't see that Todd had already posted the same info. Went straight from CNN to posting here.

          sounds like MD lottery thinks it has a normal winner,

          if it was the Mcd mgr. they would be talking about an investigation, not a press conf.

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            Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:37 pm - IP Logged

            sounds like MD lottery thinks it has a normal winner,

            if it was the Mcd mgr. they would be talking about an investigation, not a press conf.

            Agreed!

            Back to making quarter pounders

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              Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:39 pm - IP Logged

              sounds like MD lottery thinks it has a normal winner,

              if it was the Mcd mgr. they would be talking about an investigation, not a press conf.

              True, though it's hard to imagine why the winner would agree to a press conference. Most MD winners do chose to remain anonymous. 

              Shame on me, but I am looking forward to the follow-up where Wilson explains what happened to her " winning ticket." Crazy

              EDIT: The MD winner actually is staying anonymous, but the MD lottery will be sharing the person's "storyline," whatever that means. Okay, enough with the google searching. I won't find out anything until tomorrow haha.

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                Posted: April 9, 2012, 7:46 pm - IP Logged

                The MD LOTTERY is holding the press conference, NOT The Claimant. Big difference when you read the entire story.

                The MCD' employee hired a lawyer.....if you didnt win...why hire an attorney? Hmmm......

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                  Posted: April 9, 2012, 8:03 pm - IP Logged

                  The MD LOTTERY is holding the press conference, NOT The Claimant. Big difference when you read the entire story.

                  The MCD' employee hired a lawyer.....if you didnt win...why hire an attorney? Hmmm......

                  Whoever the mystery person is who claimed a share of the largest-ever lottery prize on Monday, he or she wants to stay quiet about it. Maryland's lottery, however, has a flair for the dramatic, and promises to share the winner's "storyline," if not name, at a press conference on Tuesday. The delay in coming forward allowed Baltimore's Mirlande Wilson to tell everyone she won, then ride the headlines for a whole week before doubt overshadowed her claim that she won but lost her ticket.

                   

                  From what I've read, the person will remain anonymous. The only way it could be the McDonalds Manager is if she decided to SHARE. Outside of that, the investigation would still be underway should she had taken the option to claim as an individual

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                    Posted: April 9, 2012, 8:14 pm - IP Logged

                    I already drive old cars and purchase clothes from the clearance rack at the department store!

                    I can live a very normal upscale life, in a very normal upscale neighborhood!

                    I want to get away from the trash burning and outdoor coal furnace. I have COPD! I don't want to hear the neighbor's backhoe beeping everyday ............

                    I play so that I might get away from these "normal" people !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Smash

                    Sorry DP - I didnt know that the backhoe's beep carried that far...

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                      Posted: April 9, 2012, 8:47 pm - IP Logged

                      Whoever the mystery person is who claimed a share of the largest-ever lottery prize on Monday, he or she wants to stay quiet about it. Maryland's lottery, however, has a flair for the dramatic, and promises to share the winner's "storyline," if not name, at a press conference on Tuesday. The delay in coming forward allowed Baltimore's Mirlande Wilson to tell everyone she won, then ride the headlines for a whole week before doubt overshadowed her claim that she won but lost her ticket.

                       

                      From what I've read, the person will remain anonymous. The only way it could be the McDonalds Manager is if she decided to SHARE. Outside of that, the investigation would still be underway should she had taken the option to claim as an individual

                      It could still be her, the only way she could be exposed is if her co-workers made a credible claim.  If it turns out the winning ticket had a single line and they said all their pool tickets had 5 lines then it's not theirs regardless of who turns it in.  They will still be mad if she quits her job and leave the neighborhood regardless.

                       * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                         
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                        Posted: April 9, 2012, 8:48 pm - IP Logged

                        Agreed!

                        Back to making quarter pounders

                        ... if she still has a McJob.

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                          Posted: April 9, 2012, 8:49 pm - IP Logged

                          It could still be her, the only way she could be exposed is if her co-workers made a credible claim.  If it turns out the winning ticket had a single line and they said all their pool tickets had 5 lines then it's not theirs regardless of who turns it in.  They will still be mad if she quits her job and leave the neighborhood regardless.

                          i think mcd allready fired her.

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                            Posted: April 9, 2012, 9:31 pm - IP Logged

                            It could still be her, the only way she could be exposed is if her co-workers made a credible claim.  If it turns out the winning ticket had a single line and they said all their pool tickets had 5 lines then it's not theirs regardless of who turns it in.  They will still be mad if she quits her job and leave the neighborhood regardless.

                            If it's her and the lottery commission was satisfied with her claim (in what I would call record time) particularly given the dozens of lies, half truths and contradictions then she has a <snip> good attorney!!!!

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                              Posted: April 9, 2012, 11:22 pm - IP Logged

                              Yes Nikki...there are things in life that you can't change/improve and those 2 taxpayers are part of that equation. Focusing on the negative and being nebbish in life has a way of producing a non-positive out look........Glad you and I don't share that point of view.......Stay positive and lets win a jackpot !!!  Good luck on the next drawing

                              I am positive in real life, but not overly delusional like you two. That is what actually leads to disappointment and ultimately negativity. Your hyprocritical posts prove that well. Keep dreaming and bashing others with "negative" comments, and failing to see your own hypocrisy. It is all part of being dilusional "sadly"but entertaining to me.

                                 
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