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COMPUTERIZED DRAWING GLITCH STRIKES ARIZONA LOTTERY

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Tenaj's avatar - michellea
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Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:18 pm - IP Logged

Wrong Lonely, pre draws are like warming up the car before you drive it down the street.

even if it takes 19 times and in the summer.

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    Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:18 pm - IP Logged

    i do not know just go alone with them or you will be yelled at for not agreeing your onions don't matterLOL

    I like my onions caramelized.

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      Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:19 pm - IP Logged

      Do you really believe that enough people complained about pre and post test, that they'd stop doing them?

      They'd rather shut the p-3 and p-4 down before conceding. They're very aware that if they do that, they'd lose a lot of money because people would win more, much more.

      Your example of Indiana is not the same thing. They're probably jumping for joy now that they can perform 5 pre-tests, 5 post tests, rotate the tubes, rotate the machines, throw the machines down a flight of stairs before and after the draw, have a Shaman come in and cast a spell before and after, throw it in boiling oil, and so on. lol

      They're very aware that if they do that, they'd lose a lot of money because people would win more, much more.

      Where's the proof? That sounds like a copout: I'd win a lot more if only they didn't do the pre/post draws. That's a victim mentality. It reminds me of Sergio Garcia whining and complaining about a golf course, blaming that as the reason for not winning, when other players fly past him and win on the same course.

      Just because a number you think is *due* came out in the pre-post draws does not mean it was intentionally kept out. It just means it came out in the pre-post draws.(and that pisses you off)

      All these cases of computer draw incidents in this thread are verified by the lottery themselves and reported in major news publications. Where's your evidence of intentional manipulation on the pre/post draws? As they say, put up or shut up.


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        Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

        I Like to warm my car up before i go to anywhere gets my seater heater warmSmiley

        Seater heaters are good for warming up lottery machines.


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          Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:21 pm - IP Logged

          They're very aware that if they do that, they'd lose a lot of money because people would win more, much more.

          Where's the proof? That sounds like a copout: I'd win a lot more if only they didn't do the pre/post draws. That's a victim mentality. It reminds me of Sergio Garcia whining and complaining about a golf course, blaming that as the reason for not winning, when other players fly past him and win on the same course.

          Just because a number you think is *due* came out in the pre-post draws does not mean it was intentionally kept out. It just means it came out in the pre-post draws.(and that pisses you off)

          All these cases of computer draw incidents in this thread are verified by the lottery themselves and reported in major news publications. Where's your evidence of intentional manipulation on the pre/post draws? As they say, put up or shut up.

          Green laugh Yeah, like he won a lot of money BEFORE they did pre-draws or something? right!

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            Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:25 pm - IP Logged

            You should be thanking your lucky stars than Indiana is moving to real drawings for midday.  The first time I have ever seen a lottery do this -- hopefully the start of a trend. 

            Support the Indiana Lottery -- especially the drawings that it does with traditional ball machines!

            Thank you Lucky Star Star Star Thank you Blue Moon & all the Full Moons to.Blue Angel


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              Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:27 pm - IP Logged

              Wrong Lonely, pre draws are like warming up the car before you drive it down the street.

              Do you start your car three times before you leave to make sure the the starter is still working, and then after you come back home you start your car 3 more times to make sure your starter is still working?

              Wow, I'm going to open an auto parts store close to your house.

              Does the dealer at the Roulette table perform 3 spins to make sure the wheel is working properly? And then after the real spin with people's money, does he then again spin the wheel 3 or more times to make sure the wheel is working properly?

              Does the attendant at the fair make the riders waiting on line at the ferris wheel ride wait until he spins the ferris wheel 3 times  before and after to make sure it's working properly? People would eventually get tired of waiting and leave.

              Did NASA launch the shuttle 6 times without a crew to make sure it was safe?

              Do you turn yout T.V. set on 3 times before watching your shows, and when the show is over, do you turn it on and off 3 times to make sure your TV still works?

              Do you turn on and off your vacuum cleaner 3 times before and after?

              Do you run 3 empty loads in the washer before and after?

              Do you run the dryer 3 times before and after?

              Do you enter an empty spoon into your mouth 3 times before and after to make sure your jaw open properly?


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                Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:28 pm - IP Logged

                Thank you Lucky Star Star Star Thank you Blue Moon & all the Full Moons to.Blue Angel

                You only have three lucky stars? Sad Cheers


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                  Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:29 pm - IP Logged

                  even if it takes 19 times and in the summer.

                  Don't bother, it's futile talking sense to ronnie and don. They must be getting money from the officials.


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                    Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:30 pm - IP Logged

                    Do you start your car three times before you leave to make sure the the starter is still working, and then after you come back home you start your car 3 more times to make sure your starter is still working?

                    Wow, I'm going to open an auto parts store close to your house.

                    Does the dealer at the Roulette table perform 3 spins to make sure the wheel is working properly? And then after the real spin with people's money, does he then again spin the wheel 3 or more times to make sure the wheel is working properly?

                    Does the attendant at the fair make the riders waiting on line at the ferris wheel ride wait until he spins the ferris wheel 3 times  before and after to make sure it's working properly? People would eventually get tired of waiting and leave.

                    Did NASA launch the shuttle 6 times without a crew to make sure it was safe?

                    Do you turn yout T.V. set on 3 times before watching your shows, and when the show is over, do you turn it on and off 3 times to make sure your TV still works?

                    Do you turn on and off your vacuum cleaner 3 times before and after?

                    Do you run 3 empty loads in the washer before and after?

                    Do you run the dryer 3 times before and after?

                    Do you enter an empty spoon into your mouth 3 times before and after to make sure your jaw open properly?

                    If you get to the fair when it opens you will see the ride operator ride the ride FIRST before anyone else.


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                      Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

                      even if it takes 19 times and in the summer.

                      Some cars take longer to warm up than others.


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                        Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:32 pm - IP Logged

                        They're very aware that if they do that, they'd lose a lot of money because people would win more, much more.

                        Where's the proof? That sounds like a copout: I'd win a lot more if only they didn't do the pre/post draws. That's a victim mentality. It reminds me of Sergio Garcia whining and complaining about a golf course, blaming that as the reason for not winning, when other players fly past him and win on the same course.

                        Just because a number you think is *due* came out in the pre-post draws does not mean it was intentionally kept out. It just means it came out in the pre-post draws.(and that pisses you off)

                        All these cases of computer draw incidents in this thread are verified by the lottery themselves and reported in major news publications. Where's your evidence of intentional manipulation on the pre/post draws? As they say, put up or shut up.

                        It just means it came out in the pre-post draws.(and that pisses you off)

                        Well, like YEAH !, excuse me for feeling mad because my numbers were intentionally placed elsewhere.

                        Where's the proof? The proof is in their idiotic excuse of making sure the machines work properly. If you can't see that, then that's not my fault. I could come up with a better excuse than that. At least try to lie a little better, at least.


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                          Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:34 pm - IP Logged

                          If you get to the fair when it opens you will see the ride operator ride the ride FIRST before anyone else.

                          true, but in your world, he should do it b3 times before and after each time he let's people on. We have to make sure it works everytime right?


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                            Don't bother, it's futile talking sense to ronnie and don. They must be getting money from the officials.

                            We are lottery official operatives, we get paid to be here. How did you guess?

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                              Posted: August 21, 2013, 9:35 pm - IP Logged

                              So you warm up the car 3 seperate times before you drive? And then warm up the car 3 seperate times or more after you come back home?

                              Troll alert!!!!

                              Green laughyour so funny

                               

                              actually i had another car one time and it sat all winter then the battery died the guy at  the auto store said if you not driving the car you should at least go out and start it once in awhile to keep the battery alive who would have knew.No Nod

                                 
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