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Woman accuses son of taking $51 million lottery ticket

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Posted: May 6, 2012, 10:43 pm - IP Logged

Who is WE? I did not realize that everyone here gave you authority to speak on their behalf as a collective. If so then I  am impressed with your power and authority, you must truly be a great and powerful person.

If you have an issue with what I do then clearly you are one of the people that I am speaking of that would screw over the person who bought you a ticket, or perhaps their own mother. 

I am not buying you anything so I am not so sure why you are so concerned about it anyway. It is my money and my business what I do with it and no one elses. I am sure if I buy anyone a ticket and they have to share millions of dollars, there will be no complaints on their end. 

You stupid little gif below your comment showing fighting over a stick would not exist because of what I do. My signature is on it, the recipient's signature is on it, the lottery commission cuts two checks, end of story. 

LOL - Venom - thanks for explaining your reasoning behind signing the ticket-gifts that you give.  Quite frankly we (my small circle of associates) were quite puzzled and could not figure out any plausible potential reason behind it.  While it's not something that I believe I would do... I also would not go bungee-jumping while I would/have gone spelunking.  Different strokes for different folks.

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    Posted: May 6, 2012, 10:55 pm - IP Logged

    if you cant trust family who can you trust


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      Posted: May 6, 2012, 10:59 pm - IP Logged

      if you cant trust family who can you trust

      Have any of you guys seen the promos for Dallas?

       

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        Posted: May 6, 2012, 11:15 pm - IP Logged

        Who is WE? I did not realize that everyone here gave you authority to speak on their behalf as a collective. If so then I  am impressed with your power and authority, you must truly be a great and powerful person.

        If you have an issue with what I do then clearly you are one of the people that I am speaking of that would screw over the person who bought you a ticket, or perhaps their own mother. 

        I am not buying you anything so I am not so sure why you are so concerned about it anyway. It is my money and my business what I do with it and no one elses. I am sure if I buy anyone a ticket and they have to share millions of dollars, there will be no complaints on their end. 

        You stupid little gif below your comment showing fighting over a stick would not exist because of what I do. My signature is on it, the recipient's signature is on it, the lottery commission cuts two checks, end of story. 

        Who is WE? I think WE is pretty much all of us here who happened to agree that you had to be a real cheapskate to give somebody a gift like that, the last time you brought it up.

        I at first said I'd tell you to keep it but somebody else had a better idea: They said they'd go buy a ticket with the same numbers and throw away the original one, LOL.

        That would make for some real poetic justice if those numbers won. And there wouldn't be a thing you could do about it either. It was a gift and they could say they didn't like your gift and threw it away. I would love to be there when they told you just to see the look on your face, LOL.

        Nobody likes a conniving cheapskate. And that is a real weasel-like move.


                                                     
                             
                                                 

         

         

         

         

                                                                                                           

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          Posted: May 7, 2012, 12:11 am - IP Logged

          And here they are: Etta May Urquhart! Seems like a nice family but I'm also surprised they didn't seek counsel first. I will not make that mistake for fear of this type of screw up.

          Etta May Urquhart

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            Posted: May 7, 2012, 12:16 am - IP Logged

            And here they are: Etta May Urquhart! Seems like a nice family but I'm also surprised they didn't seek counsel first. I will not make that mistake for fear of this type of screw up.

            Etta May Urquhart

            I think the look on the old man's face as he looks at his step-son says a lot.


                                                         
                                 
                                                     

             

             

             

             

                                                                                                               

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              Posted: May 7, 2012, 12:40 am - IP Logged

              I think the look on the old man's face as he looks at his step-son says a lot.

              You're right Ridge, I didn't notice that before. The step dad is not smiling at all while looking at the step son. I hope this turns out right for this woman. It's a shame if the son is ripping her off. Greedy son of a ....

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                Posted: May 7, 2012, 1:25 am - IP Logged

                I've lived in Bakersfield the last 4 years and am not surprised. Most of the town is hillbilly USA except for a small part of it. They lived on the east side which is extremely poor so I'm not suprised the son is spending the money like crazy.

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                  Posted: May 7, 2012, 2:59 am - IP Logged

                  I think the look on the old man's face as he looks at his step-son says a lot.

                  He's not grinning like the other two like he already knows how it's going to end up.

                   * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                     
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                    Posted: May 7, 2012, 3:33 am - IP Logged

                    He's not grinning like the other two like he already knows how it's going to end up.

                    He looks like he is mad as H3LL!  I think he knew how it would end also.  Look how the son looks.  He is laughing like crazy!  I guess so, his "ship" finally came in.  Bet he didn't give them anything and the husband has probably chewed her backside off for being an idiot!

                    Scary thought here-wonder if he would have taken their lives if he wouldn't have gotten the money.

                    If you know your number is going to hit, have patience and then KILL IT!

                    You never know when you will get another hit.

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                      Posted: May 7, 2012, 7:50 am - IP Logged

                      Who is WE? I think WE is pretty much all of us here who happened to agree that you had to be a real cheapskate to give somebody a gift like that, the last time you brought it up.

                      I at first said I'd tell you to keep it but somebody else had a better idea: They said they'd go buy a ticket with the same numbers and throw away the original one, LOL.

                      That would make for some real poetic justice if those numbers won. And there wouldn't be a thing you could do about it either. It was a gift and they could say they didn't like your gift and threw it away. I would love to be there when they told you just to see the look on your face, LOL.

                      Nobody likes a conniving cheapskate. And that is a real weasel-like move.

                      I wouldn't throw away the original ticket...I'd burn it.That way there would be NO proof that it ever existed and the cheapskate wouldn't get a dime.Now THAT'S poetic justice!

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                        Posted: May 7, 2012, 8:31 am - IP Logged

                        Etta May was shaking badly and was overcome with emotions.Wow.Etta could have at least signed the back of that lottery ticket with a big " X ",witnessed by the lottery officials.

                        Maybe she should have a V-8 ???  or as a result of how this played out maybe she should have had a lobotomy !!!  Bash

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                          Maybe she should have a V-8 ???  or as a result of how this played out maybe she should have had a lobotomy !!!  Bash

                          I think you meant to suggest TWO VALLIUM

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                            I've lived in Bakersfield the last 4 years and am not surprised. Most of the town is hillbilly USA except for a small part of it. They lived on the east side which is extremely poor so I'm not suprised the son is spending the money like crazy.

                            Sounds like my kinda place.

                            Maybe you shouldn't have moved into a town with people you don't like.

                            Them are the Dust Bowl, Grapes of Wrath type people whose struggle is legendary.

                            I bet they're good people if you get to know them, unless years of California "government help" has taken it's toll.

                             


                            I came here looking for something I couldn't find anywhere else

                            Hey, I'm not tryin' to be nobody I just want a chance to be myself

                            I've spent a thousand miles of thumbin'

                            Yes, I've worn blisters on my heels

                            Tryin' to find me something better

                            Here on the streets of Bakersfield

                            Hey, you don't know me but you don't like me

                            Say you careless how I feel

                            'Cause how many of you that sit and judge me

                            Ever walked the streets of Bakersfield?

                            Spent some time in San Francisco

                            I spent a night there in the can

                            They threw this drunk man in my jail cell

                            I took fifteen dollars from that man

                            Left him my watch and my old house key

                            Don't want folks thinkin' that I'd steal

                            Then I thanked him as he was leaving

                            And I headed out for Bakersfield

                            Hey, you don't know me but you don't like me

                            Say you careless how I feel

                            'Cause how many of you that sit and judge me

                            Ever walked the streets of Bakersfield?

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                              Posted: May 7, 2012, 10:27 am - IP Logged

                              I wouldn't throw away the original ticket...I'd burn it.That way there would be NO proof that it ever existed and the cheapskate wouldn't get a dime.Now THAT'S poetic justice!

                              The only downside to that is that you would be sharing the jackpot with an imaginary friend who over time woud never claim but half a jackpot is bettern than none assuming you were the only other person to be a part of the win!

                              "Freedom of Speech? Keep reading and you will discover that freedom comes at a price!"