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Virginia man claims three $1 million prizes

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Posted: June 12, 2015, 7:51 pm - IP Logged

Ok

I watch that for 1 minute 45 seconds. First time ever I saw Honey Boo Boo.

Dang what a mess. I fear what that kid will be like when she's grown up.

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    Posted: June 12, 2015, 8:59 pm - IP Logged

    Ok

    I watch that for 1 minute 45 seconds. First time ever I saw Honey Boo Boo.

    Dang what a mess. I fear what that kid will be like when she's grown up.

    Same here. First time to see her. It feels like I fell asleep and when I woke up everybody but me somehow knew who Honey Boo Boo is. My resolution to cut down on watching tv shows must have worked. I'm glad.

    That money's gone fo ever

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      Posted: June 13, 2015, 11:53 am - IP Logged

      So Virginia had two more $1 million winners last night...wouldn't it be something if it were the same guy???

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        Posted: June 13, 2015, 11:55 am - IP Logged

        So Virginia had two more $1 million winners last night...wouldn't it be something if it were the same guy???

        i bet it was !!!!!

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          Posted: June 13, 2015, 11:55 am - IP Logged

          So Virginia had two more $1 million winners last night...wouldn't it be something if it were the same guy???

          Something made me go back to MM website; one ticket bought Megaplier and now has $5 million!

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            Posted: June 13, 2015, 3:27 pm - IP Logged

            Like he said "money isn't important", maybe he thought spending money on more lines than spending more money per line gave him a better chance to win.

            Like he said "money isn't important". If money isn't important, how come he is playing multiple lines of the same numbers, knowing fully well that if it hit, he will be in the money that he claims is not important?. He should have just been thankful instead of making himself sound like a jerkhole. I like to see where it says that he gave all that money away to the church or any other verifiably credible org. that helps his community. Having money is very important otherwise that fool will not be playing the lottery, like the rest of us who already have money but want just a little bit more.

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              Like he said "money isn't important". If money isn't important, how come he is playing multiple lines of the same numbers, knowing fully well that if it hit, he will be in the money that he claims is not important?. He should have just been thankful instead of making himself sound like a jerkhole. I like to see where it says that he gave all that money away to the church or any other verifiably credible org. that helps his community. Having money is very important otherwise that fool will not be playing the lottery, like the rest of us who already have money but want just a little bit more.

              winners who say they are going to give large amounts to charity or help disabled kids seldom do very much. they just say that to deflect attention from them from people trying to figure out a way to get their hands on it. somewhat of a smart move to get people to leave you alone. meanwhile he will buy a house with rooms he will never go into, furniture he will never sit in, cars he will seldom drive. he won and can do what he wants with it, but the "money isn't important" comment wasn't necessary.

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                Posted: June 14, 2015, 10:58 am - IP Logged

                If money isn't important than why even play the lottery? This guy is an arrogant idiot who simply got lucky and is still peeved about being so close to winning the jackpot.

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                  Posted: June 14, 2015, 2:03 pm - IP Logged

                  Winning the lottery is no doubt a meaningful coincidence, in a world of random probabilities.

                  Crazy

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                    Posted: June 14, 2015, 11:30 pm - IP Logged

                    winners who say they are going to give large amounts to charity or help disabled kids seldom do very much. they just say that to deflect attention from them from people trying to figure out a way to get their hands on it. somewhat of a smart move to get people to leave you alone. meanwhile he will buy a house with rooms he will never go into, furniture he will never sit in, cars he will seldom drive. he won and can do what he wants with it, but the "money isn't important" comment wasn't necessary.

                    Id have to say the opposite on this one faber98.  Big winners say they are going to give to causes, charities, and churches in an attempt to be politically correct and not be hated.  This does not get people to leave you alone quite the opposite.  It makes you look like a weak minded easy pickings stool piqeon.  Everyone will come out of the woodwork at you looking for easy money.

                    Id suggest get tough and tell them the only charity is what you see "me".  Also anyone contacting me will be hit with peace bonds and harassment suits so stay away.  Of course you would take a hit with "the crowd" but then after settling in i would give 10% to the church and look into a similar amount elsewhere over time. Thats the smart move to get people to leave you alone.  For the ones that were not going to give anything away this is still the right play.  You told the TRUTH.  Let the Haters Hate. Wink

                     

                    Id like to say i don't believe the hate comments this man is getting in this thread but im not surprised.  I watched the video.  It was straight up honest.  I can't find anything he said that was a lie.  Some people are just sensitive to what he said because they are envious and greedy themselves.

                    I explained it in a previous post on page 2(read it) but lets say it another way.  No smart person plays these lotteries to get "rich" or get "money thats important" since thats not going to happen for 99.9999999% of people geez!  Its for the entertainment value of playing "for the action", "daydreaming of a big win that you know is not coming", and "watching the reactions of the winners at the press conference"!  If you can't look at it that way your going to not have fun with this thing! 

                    Haters are gonna Hate! Big Grin

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                      Id have to say the opposite on this one faber98.  Big winners say they are going to give to causes, charities, and churches in an attempt to be politically correct and not be hated.  This does not get people to leave you alone quite the opposite.  It makes you look like a weak minded easy pickings stool piqeon.  Everyone will come out of the woodwork at you looking for easy money.

                      Id suggest get tough and tell them the only charity is what you see "me".  Also anyone contacting me will be hit with peace bonds and harassment suits so stay away.  Of course you would take a hit with "the crowd" but then after settling in i would give 10% to the church and look into a similar amount elsewhere over time. Thats the smart move to get people to leave you alone.  For the ones that were not going to give anything away this is still the right play.  You told the TRUTH.  Let the Haters Hate. Wink

                       

                      Id like to say i don't believe the hate comments this man is getting in this thread but im not surprised.  I watched the video.  It was straight up honest.  I can't find anything he said that was a lie.  Some people are just sensitive to what he said because they are envious and greedy themselves.

                      I explained it in a previous post on page 2(read it) but lets say it another way.  No smart person plays these lotteries to get "rich" or get "money thats important" since thats not going to happen for 99.9999999% of people geez!  Its for the entertainment value of playing "for the action", "daydreaming of a big win that you know is not coming", and "watching the reactions of the winners at the press conference"!  If you can't look at it that way your going to not have fun with this thing! 

                      Haters are gonna Hate! Big Grin

                      I also took his word for it. Who knows, maybe he survived stage 4 cancer and is now truly appreciative of a good health than all the money in the world. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that some millionaires play the lottery too

                      That money's gone fo ever

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                        Posted: June 15, 2015, 8:22 pm - IP Logged

                        I would be content with one 1 million dollar prize.