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Woman sues business partner for share of $12.6M lottery jackpot

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Apparently 1 in 5 adults admit to it, which makes me wonder how many people do and don't admit to it.

I haven't swam in a public pool for years and won't be any time soon.

ok now y'all are making me rethink the pool parties that my family has planned for the summer

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    Apparently 1 in 5 adults admit to it, which makes me wonder how many people do and don't admit to it.

    I haven't swam in a public pool for years and won't be any time soon.

    Nope, I don't either.

    Winter is coming !   Ned Stark.

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      ok now y'all are making me rethink the pool parties that my family has planned for the summer

      Just tell everyone, you have a special chemical in the pool, and if they don't follow the rules, they be dyed blue for weeks.

      Winter is coming !   Ned Stark.

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        Just tell everyone, you have a special chemical in the pool, and if they don't follow the rules, they be dyed blue for weeks.

        **giggle/chortle/snort**

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          **giggle/chortle/snort**

          My friend and I told that to the boys a couple years ago, when they got out of the pool, they all checked to see if they were dyed blue.

          Winter is coming !   Ned Stark.

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            My friend and I told that to the boys a couple years ago, when they got out of the pool, they all checked to see if they were dyed blue.

            I just threatened the g'kids... they grinned at me, but ds2 and ds1 both came in and asked me if I was serious and to please not do it... LOLOL  I love my life.

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              If she signed the waiver because she was told that the ticket was purchased by the husband (dh - darling husband), it shows that she was willing to believe that she had no part... it sounds like she only changed her mind once the story changed to being her BUSINESS partner (with whom she did have a lottery pooling agreement - using 'common money' from their joint business) having purchased the ticket and HER name somehow being on the winning check...

              Sounds like it could be an interesting trial.

              you have the crux of the case just there.

              the waiver because she was told the husband bought the ticket. and then finding not only was it bought on  truck route, but that her own name was on the original check!

              " Still swinging, still missing "
              2014 = -1016; 2015= -1409; 2016  = -1171; 2017 = -1257 ; 2018 = - 1380 =  TOT =  - 6233

              keno historic = -2291 ; 2015= -603; 2016= -424; 2017 =-427; 2018= -223   TOT = -3968

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