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Good days and bad days
Quote: Originally posted by Blalron on March 15, 2005I disagree with much of the anti-lawsuit here. I know a pile of money isn't going to bring anybody back from the dead, but sometimes money is the only thing people understand and they need a blow to their wallets to be deterred.I see your point, if the parents of the sdventeen year old get a pile of Jack's money, it will help them to understand their responsibilities to know where their under age kids are spending their nights and what they ar
Mar 15, 2005, 9:20 pm - RJOh - Lottery Discussion Forum

Good days and bad days
If Jack knew that Brandi was using drugs, giving her access to all that money was tantamount to handing her a needle and saying shoot up. Depending on what he was aware of he might bear some responsibility for this.I disagree with much of the anti-lawsuit here. I know a pile of money isn't going to bring anybody back from the dead, but sometimes money is the only thing people understand and they need a blow to their wallets to be deterred.
Mar 15, 2005, 9:08 pm - Blalron - Lottery Discussion Forum

stalking customers
At least the small towns win in Texas. Here in NY a lot of people from Upstate think the lottery is fixed because most of the winners are in NY City. There's actually millions more of us in Upstate yet you'd never know it by the results.Maybe they just play it far more down there but I do remember several years ago there was some big complaints over it and suprise, suprise there were suddenly more jackpots hit outside the City. Someone may have even filed a lawsuit over the few winners up here I
Nov 28, 2004, 10:19 pm - LottoBuster - Lottery Discussion Forum

Dennis Perry. this story to get all the details about Dennis Perry's lawsuit against the TN lottery for their million-dollar mixup.
Sep 7, 2004, 1:44 pm - DoctorEw220 - Lottery Discussion Forum

What would you do with your new fortune
I'm with weshar75. I'd take the annuity. I'd then buy out my old work, after a year or two, just so I could fire my boss. Then I would stall the wrongful termination lawsuit another year so I could put the next payment towards hiring Johnny Cochran as my lawyer.
May 4, 2004, 7:05 pm - DoctorEw220 - Lottery Discussion Forum

Visiondude!!! Where are you buddy!!!!!!!!!!!
rockmaster, you can't control once you win what people will try and do. the idea is to exercise as much control NOW by what you say and do. that way you don't fuel the fire so to speak. people that have won have had people sue them over things they claim the winner said prior to winning. so it is just wise to choose your words carefully now. i remember a story of a lady from alabama who worked at a waffle house who was given a winning ticket by a customer that came in every week and gave all
Jul 28, 2002, 5:02 pm - visiondude - Lottery Discussion Forum

FJA: The lawsuit I was referring to was NOT against the city of Euclid. It was about the Ohio Lottery paying lump-sum winners in Ohio 6/49 less than the the amount of cash that would have been used to purchase the annuity, had the winner chosen the annual payments.
Jun 5, 2002, 7:52 am - CASH Only - Lottery Discussion Forum

You lucked out on your win. Maybe you were really meant to hit that car, say 'Oooh! My neck!!', and collect $2,400,000 in a lawsuit. The $2400 was really a second place prize. Just kidding. Hit a car from behind, it's almost always considered your fault.
May 14, 2002, 2:54 pm - MrHappy - Lottery Discussion Forum

NY joining Powerball would be terrific!
A store owner in Greenwich, CT, put up a sign urging NY Gov Pataki to allow Powerball in NY. I'm guessing the MUSL members would welcome the large population of NY into Powerball. NJ has no veto power over NY joining Powerball since NJ has the Big Game. The only hurdle I see preventing NY joining Powerball is a lawsuit, most likely from someone (within NY) morally opposed to an expansion of the NY Lottery. If all goes well, expect NY to sell Powerball tickets bt spring 2002.
Oct 29, 2001, 1:14 pm - Guest - Lottery Discussion Forum

Annuity or Lump Sum?
WTF!!! He took the education money? And no one stopped him? In any case, you have proven my point. I believe anything is possible and 30 years is a lot of time for anything to happen. Fact is, when something happens to lottery winners no one cares. If things go bad and for whatever reason they are unable to pay out the funds, it'll be a very steep uphill battle to get it back. Lawsuit or no lawsuit. Governor can apparently redirect funds, safe pensions can disappear overnight, I'm not tak
May 17, 2013, 6:00 pm - Teddi - Lottery Discussion Forum