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N.J. man claims $338 million Powerball jackpot

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intersting, the flag  in the background wwith the gold trim. That gold trim  signifies the area is under US military rule. interesting. just like the stock exchange.

Good catch,  military rule isn't a good thing either.

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    intersting, the flag  in the background wwith the gold trim. That gold trim  signifies the area is under US military rule. interesting. just like the stock exchange.

    HUH?!  That's the New Jersey state flag.  It has nothing to do with any military rule.

     

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      HUH?!  That's the New Jersey state flag.  It has nothing to do with any military rule.

      LOL I Agree! Can anyone say 1779?

      http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/flags/nj_flag.htm

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        He is talking about the US flag with the gold trim.

         

        President, Dwight David Eisenhower, by Executive Order No.10834, signed on August 21, 1959 and printed in the Federal Register at 24 F.R. 6865, pursuant to law, stated that: "A military flag is a flag that resembles the regular flag of the United States, except that it has a yellow fringe border on three sides."

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          He is talking about the US flag with the gold trim.

           

          President, Dwight David Eisenhower, by Executive Order No.10834, signed on August 21, 1959 and printed in the Federal Register at 24 F.R. 6865, pursuant to law, stated that: "A military flag is a flag that resembles the regular flag of the United States, except that it has a yellow fringe border on three sides."

          OK, understood.  I think 0.00001% of the people in this country would even know about that.  You'd probably find gold trim on many flags displayed like that, as it looks decorative.  Lots of schools have them on display -- I don't think most schools are under military control.

           

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            I updated the news story and inserted video of the press conference from yesterday.  I would have done it yesterday, except YouTube was choking on the file, and the upload didn't work until this morning.

            Unfortunately, the sound is extremely poor quality, because I think the camera person had their hand covering the microphone for some of the time.  Also, the NJ Lottery did not externally mic the camera, so the sound picked up was whatever they could hear at the camera -- not at the podium.  So crank your volume up and you'll hear most of it.

            In either case, it's always fun to watch press conferences in full (not edited), at least in my opinion.

            I called THE NEW JERSEY LOTTERY at 609-599-5800 and pressed 1 to speak with the operator. I was very polite with her, and she told me that he bought one selection. I said, you mean a $2 quick pick ticket and she said yes. I said wow and thanked the lady. I also told her that I wanted to know because it was not stated on the news stories or the videos.

            I called the 609-599-5800 and pressed 1 for the second time. The operator put someone from the New Jersey lottery name Ms. Myrian, I did not ask her to spell her name. My understanding is that it is spelled that way. She confirmed that pedro quezada bought two tickets, a $2 powerball quick pick ticket(the winning ticket) and a $1 quick pick jersey cash five ticket. I asked her if I can get an image of the winning ticket and she said " Does it really matter?" . "We put our winners though a verification procedure and I am sure that the winning ticket was a $2 powerball quick pick ticket." She told me to keep on playing and that she hope that I win a jackpot too. I told her that I believe her, but seeing is believing. I thanked her and I told her that i was happy for the winner pedro quezada.

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              OK, understood.  I think 0.00001% of the people in this country would even know about that.  You'd probably find gold trim on many flags displayed like that, as it looks decorative.  Lots of schools have them on display -- I don't think most schools are under military control.

              the illuminati like to flaunt their symbols in plain sight. Banana

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                I called THE NEW JERSEY LOTTERY at 609-599-5800 and pressed 1 to speak with the operator. I was very polite with her, and she told me that he bought one selection. I said, you mean a $2 quick pick ticket and she said yes. I said wow and thanked the lady. I also told her that I wanted to know because it was not stated on the news stories or the videos.

                I called the 609-599-5800 and pressed 1 for the second time. The operator put someone from the New Jersey lottery name Ms. Myrian, I did not ask her to spell her name. My understanding is that it is spelled that way. She confirmed that pedro quezada bought two tickets, a $2 powerball quick pick ticket(the winning ticket) and a $1 quick pick jersey cash five ticket. I asked her if I can get an image of the winning ticket and she said " Does it really matter?" . "We put our winners though a verification procedure and I am sure that the winning ticket was a $2 powerball quick pick ticket." She told me to keep on playing and that she hope that I win a jackpot too. I told her that I believe her, but seeing is believing. I thanked her and I told her that i was happy for the winner pedro quezada.

                so let me get this straight.....are you trying to tell us that a jackpot can be won by buying only one ticket?

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                  no i meant this one

                  " 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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                    so let me get this straight.....are you trying to tell us that a jackpot can be won by buying only one ticket?

                    You do not have to break the bank to win a lottery jackpot.

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                      You do not have to break the bank to win a lottery jackpot.

                      I Agree!

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                        a dollar and a dream, well in this case three bucks, and a win.

                        " 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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                          a dollar and a dream, well in this case three bucks, and a win.

                          He spent $2 on the powerball quick pick ticket. You mean $2 and a dream. Lol

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                            He spent $2 on the powerball quick pick ticket. You mean $2 and a dream. Lol

                            quoted form your ph. conversation,.

                            a $2 powerball quick pick ticket(the winning ticket) and a $1 quick pick jersey cash five ticket.

                             

                            im sure he dreamed of wining either.

                             

                            oh and yeah thanks for the ph call transcript, nice to know it was a QP.

                            " 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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                              quoted form your ph. conversation,.

                              a $2 powerball quick pick ticket(the winning ticket) and a $1 quick pick jersey cash five ticket.

                               

                              im sure he dreamed of wining either.

                               

                              oh and yeah thanks for the ph call transcript, nice to know it was a QP.

                              Winning the lottery is a mind game.

                                 
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