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New survey destroys myth that poor Americans buy most lottery tickets

Topic closed. 48 replies. Last post 4 years ago by Stack47.

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Drenick1's avatar - villiarna
United States
Member #152794
February 25, 2014
1103 Posts


Insider info?  Maybe I should parlay heavy on the British Columbia lottery.

Perhaps you should but use caution as your acquaintances may not be too pleased.

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    United States
    Member #152319
    February 11, 2014
    175 Posts

    It behoves me that politicians act like they r concerned about the well being of poor people.Poor people don,t have enough money to buy lottery tickets.


      United States
      Member #106919
      February 27, 2011
      556 Posts

      Perhaps you should but use caution as your acquaintances may not be too pleased.

      The comment was addressing the word "after" which, in this case, would indicate an event will occur, not may occur.  If this were to be known prior to such an event then one would have an advantage to place a bet on the side of knowledge (i.e. insider info).  Since BC is in the news as taking such bets, it was the place of mention.  I am sure my acquaintances are able to detect tongue in cheek dialogue.

        I'm feeling a $312,000,000.00 jackpot win coming my way!

        United States
        Member #32651
        February 14, 2006
        8965 Posts

        The "tax on the poor" thing has always been a false statement, and was concocted by anti-lottery people to sway public opinion.  Taxes are compulsory, while the lottery is voluntary.

        It's just like how anti-gun forces concocted the term "assault rifle" in order to get people to hate guns.  There is actually no such thing as an "assault rifle".

        While I agree it's a false statement, they keep on saying it.