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Florida's biggest Powerball winner sues her own son after winnings squandered

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mikeintexas's avatar - h87TsB4
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Posted: April 13, 2019, 1:05 pm - IP Logged

Can't say that I have done that breakfast activity before or even heard of it. Old maid..lol, perfect

I'm an old crotchety tightwad bachelor;  leftover pizza or even meat loaf makes for a nice, convenient breakfast.

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    Posted: April 13, 2019, 9:25 pm - IP Logged

    "The article actually explains the lawsuit is based on Gloria asking for a conservative investment"

    It's the defendant's lawyer's motion to dismiss that claims that the lawsuit is based on the son introducing her to an advisor who simply did what she wanted. It's a fairly safe assumption that the lawsuit is based on somebody thinking the son and advisor aren't acting in Gloria's interest and doing as good a job as they're capable of, but all we should be really certain of is that the two sides have a disagreement and are asking the court to resolve it.

    "You Comment on everything like You KNOW the entire situation! Do YOU???"

    If you go back and reread what's been posted you'll find that Stack is one of very few people who have specifically said that they don't know the entire situation. You should also recognize that other posters are offering opinions as if they do know the entire situation and that Gloria's attorney's claims are accurate. You know that after a lawyer files a lawsuit and makes a bunch of claims there still has to be a trial and the ruling is then based on the jury's opinion about the truth after hearing what both sides have to say, right?

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      Posted: April 13, 2019, 9:42 pm - IP Logged

      STACK, STACK, STACK

      Par for the course IS that You THINK you are the Resident EXPERT on ALL things Lottery Same with KY FLOYD!

      Both of you continuously COMMENT on Most everything anyone says on here.

      As for what BD said about this son getting his, as USUAL YOU MISSED the POINT! He was Talking about When He Faces the after life, wherever this "son" may end up, When he's dead & gone, Buried six feet under or whatever is decided to do with his Body.. Clear ENOUGH For YOU???

      You Comment on everything like You KNOW the entire situation! Do YOU???

      "Par for the course IS that You THINK you are the Resident EXPERT on ALL things Lottery Same with KY FLOYD!"

      Yep it's a fact I know quite a lot about lottery games and gambling in general. Last week I read that "Lottery Post (www.lotterypost.com), which has grown over the years to become the world's largest online community of lottery players" and I'm pretty sure anyone part fo the community for 13 years knows a thing or two about lottery games. I know quite a bit about when other posters misquote me and other posters or take what we say out of context too; just like you're trying to do..

      Take a look at the comment by Floyd that I replied to:

      "Maybe somewhere down the road we'll have a reasonable idea of what happened and who's side is closer to the truth, but right now this is a lot like the Canadian guys claiming they owned shares of their coworker's winning ticket. Nobody here has seen any proof, but but most people are sure they know who did somebody wrong."

      It doesn't make me or anyone else an expert to understand the article is about an amendment to a lawsuit that was dismissed on February 14, 2019 and until a judge makes a ruling, it's nothing more than an allegation. Our "resident legal expert" addressed that.

      I even highlighted the portion of Floyd's comments I was addressing "Nobody here has seen any proof, but but most people are sure they know who did somebody wrong." "That seems to be par for the course when discussing lottery stories." Was I being too clever for you by making a reference to the Masters?

      "As for what BD said about this son getting his, as USUAL YOU MISSED the POINT!"

      Let's quote what BD (bleudog101?) said: "Unfathomable that you'd do this to your own Mother; this is so sad and shocking." So I asked what exactly did Scott do his mother that is "sad and shocking"? And never got an answer. Why would I even ask that question if I understood whatever point he was trying to make.

      "He Faces the after life, wherever this "son" may end up, When he's dead & gone, Buried six feet under or whatever is decided to do with his Body.."

      Again, here is what the comment on the post I replied to actually said: "Not mentioned, but wonder if Scott's boyfriend had his hand in this too?  Doesn't matter, a s----y son is what he is and he'll get his." Is it that difficult to understand they made the "and he'll get his" comment based on something even the poster acknowledged was "not mentioned"?. 

      I had no idea "boyfriend and he'll get his" that was "not mentioned" was part of this lawsuit much less a "POINT" someone was trying to make. 

      "You Comment on everything like You KNOW the entire situation!"

      How does making 0.14% of all the post translate into "comment on everything"? 

      Are you saying I should ignore where below the article it says "Post a comment" because it really means something else?

      "Clear ENOUGH For YOU???"

      Basically you're saying you don't like some most all of my comments. Is if you don't like my comments, ignore me "clear ENOUGH For YOU"?

       

       

      FYI: the comments highlighted in blue are American Indian's and those in yellow are some of the comments made by Floyd and Bleudog101 that I commented on.

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        Scott Mackenzie, an assistant manager at a shoe store at the time, didn't choose a major investment firm. For reasons that "escape virtually everyone who examined this," Anderson said he chose Hank Madden of Madden Advisory Services, who hosts a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio.

        Is it just me or is it really easy to see why Scott who probably had no clue how to invest, hired the host of "a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio"?

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          Posted: April 13, 2019, 10:57 pm - IP Logged

          Scott Mackenzie, an assistant manager at a shoe store at the time, didn't choose a major investment firm. For reasons that "escape virtually everyone who examined this," Anderson said he chose Hank Madden of Madden Advisory Services, who hosts a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio.

          Is it just me or is it really easy to see why Scott who probably had no clue how to invest, hired the host of "a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio"?

          I live here in Jacksonville where the investment firm operates. I went to their website. Madden Advisory appears legitimate or qualified to me. Harry G. "Hank Madden, CFP® is the co-founder of the company.  Everyone doesn't want a Merrill Lynch or Charles Schwab to handle their investments.

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            Scott Mackenzie, an assistant manager at a shoe store at the time, didn't choose a major investment firm. For reasons that "escape virtually everyone who examined this," Anderson said he chose Hank Madden of Madden Advisory Services, who hosts a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio.

            Is it just me or is it really easy to see why Scott who probably had no clue how to invest, hired the host of "a local call-in Saturday morning financial advice show on the radio"?

            ... No it is not just you & it is easy to see why Scott had no clue how to invest, what is easy to see is Psalms 58:3.

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              I live here in Jacksonville where the investment firm operates. I went to their website. Madden Advisory appears legitimate or qualified to me. Harry G. "Hank Madden, CFP® is the co-founder of the company.  Everyone doesn't want a Merrill Lynch or Charles Schwab to handle their investments.

              I Agree! 

              One of Lexington, KY radio stations has a similar financial advice call in show. Every time there is a jackpot winner we get to read what the winner should do with their winnings and while I agree getting a financial adviser is a wise thing to do, the average person has no idea which of the thousand of firms they should hire.

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                ... No it is not just you & it is easy to see why Scott had no clue how to invest, what is easy to see is Psalms 58:3.

                I took Scott McKenzie's advice when I got on a plane at Tan Son Nhut Air Base!

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                  I took Scott McKenzie's advice when I got on a plane at Tan Son Nhut Air Base!

                  l swear that Benny Hinn raided Scot's wardrobe from that opening scene minus the cloak, and what's with that Game of thrones  look at 0.15. The 60's look was way ahead of it's time.

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                    Yep, but I think I just cracked a molar on an "old maid". (an un-popped kernel, not referring to anyone specifically in this thread)

                    Ever had leftover popcorn for breakfast the next day after a marathon movie session the night before?  It's pretty good w/ a little milk and sugar.

                    If I run out of avocado toast I know what I can turn to. Thanks Mike.Lovies

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                      By her age she should of known most pple in the world are takers esp.family the son no dubt in my mind I would bet my life been sumbaging his mother since day one she should of had everything at her beck&call invested half her money bs.making sure it's his and hidding it.thats all right I know 100 perc.theres a hell and screwing u're mother out of money and not at least making her last yrs.great is the quickest way there.

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                        If I run out of avocado toast I know what I can turn to. Thanks Mike.Lovies

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                          I Agree! 

                          One of Lexington, KY radio stations has a similar financial advice call in show. Every time there is a jackpot winner we get to read what the winner should do with their winnings and while I agree getting a financial adviser is a wise thing to do, the average person has no idea which of the thousand of firms they should hire.

                          I Agree!  with you Stack47.  Depending on the size of the jackpot I would start with CDARS.com  This will give a winner time to find the best financial adviser that suits him or her. 

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                            Isn’t this the same elderly woman who rudely cut the line in front of another younger woman & didn’t even apologize? KARMA...don’t wish anything bad on anyone but you can’t do wrong in this life & expect right back!

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                              This one's for you

                               

                              Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any. So many systems, so many theories, so few jackpot winners. 

                              Lep

                              There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.