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Posted: November 23, 2006, 6:50 am - IP Logged

i'm curious lottery players.besides having an interest in the lottery do you consider yourself an indoor person or an outdoor person?  do you stay on the computer,phone or watch television all day and night or are you constantly out and on the move?  besides work and when i'm not doing errands i'd rather sit at home and chill with my dog and kids.my interest are reading,internet,gambling,sports,etc.

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    Posted: November 23, 2006, 10:32 am - IP Logged

    Hi LOTTOMIKE,

    I'm definitely an indoor person which is strange living in sunny CA! I'm not on the computer a whole lot but LOVE watching tv, reading, gambling, writing, cooking and lottery! Oh, and basketball! Go 76'ers!

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      Posted: November 23, 2006, 10:37 am - IP Logged

      lottolaughs your on the west coast.what makes ya like the east coast sixers? not a laker fan?  remember dr. j!!

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        Posted: November 23, 2006, 11:06 am - IP Logged

        Just a big Allen Iverson fan, I guess! LOL  I'm in Sacramento but can't stand the Kings. Loved the rivalry they used to have with the Lakers a few years back. All my friends used to get mad at me for rooting against the "Queens" as Shaq put it. Only been a big fan since 1998 so I missed out on Dr.J. Unhappy

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          Posted: November 23, 2006, 11:22 am - IP Logged

          LottoMike,

                I consider myself an outdoor person. Besides being outdoors all day (driving) I really like to get on my "Harley" and ride. I have a "yorkie" and a "maltese" and sometimes take them for a ride. They both love to ride also. I'm a big Jet and Giant fan, but love all sports.Love gambling, You know "The thrill of Victory, andf the agony of defeat" thing. But I really love to see people have a good time...!

                                                       

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            Posted: November 23, 2006, 11:42 am - IP Logged

            Hi mike,

                I like being out doors especially now that the weather is cold Im a november baby, I'll go and help out in my husband's bagel shop for a couple of hours only as a floater (when needed) other times im with family and friends discussing the life time events in our lives, and then i come home and head straight to my computer while i cook our dinner and wait for my son to get home from school...today there is no school So HAPPY THANKSGIVING FOR THOSE WHO FOLLOW THAT TRADITION, OR HAPPY VEGGIE DAY FOR THOSE WHO DON'T...HAPPY HOLIDAYS I Mean. so yeah out doors i think the air is fresh and cool out here IM in New Jersey for those who are some where sunny and warm.

            thanks mike for asking. ps. i come  only to lottery post whenever i do get on the computer so it seems that im always on but im not in every state is a different hour right now here is about 11:41 am E.S.T. 

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              Posted: November 23, 2006, 11:43 am - IP Logged

              Interesting post LottoMike.

              Here is a rundown on me:  I'm probably more towards the outside of the house person. I am as one can see on the computer alot but I make my daily runs to the stores which I like to go to twice a day. I like shopping. My Mother is a shop til you drop person. When I'm home that is most of my day. When I'm working as some of you know , I am always on the go. I like to travel. Even when I'm at home I go to other states. I meet alot of different people wherever I go and that is pretty neat. I like my Corvette also, as Todd can tell you, it is fun to just get on the interstate and turn up the Bose with your favorite tunes and just go. Sort of like Maddog on the bike. It's a different world. I like trying to figure out the numbers also. Doesnt matter much to me if I hit or not ( it is nice once in a while ) but it has become my hobby of trying to get it right. Thats a little about me and I look forward to hearing about others we can sort of learn about on these pages.

               

               Good Luck,

              Blackie.                           

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                Posted: November 23, 2006, 9:09 pm - IP Logged

                i'm curious lottery players.besides having an interest in the lottery do you consider yourself an indoor person or an outdoor person?  do you stay on the computer,phone or watch television all day and night or are you constantly out and on the move?  besides work and when i'm not doing errands i'd rather sit at home and chill with my dog and kids.my interest are reading,internet,gambling,sports,etc.

                Sounds like a really great life style.  Their is only thing that bothers me and maybe you can comment on this.

                In this society are we insulating ourselves too much from other humans?

                I have a friend that is a psychologist, he feels that we humans have become so distant from other humans in the past few years that there are going to be problems communicating in future generations.  He says people need people a lot more than they think.  He further stated that today people live on computers, e-mail, voice mail and auto attendants, voice menus, TV and never really talk or interface with fellow humans.  He said we really do not have a good handle on other peoples feelings or needs.  This he said is terrible for any meaningful or sensible direction for mankind to take.  Just one man's opinion but maybe some food for thought.  What do you think?

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                  Posted: November 23, 2006, 9:20 pm - IP Logged

                  Sounds like a really great life style.  Their is only thing that bothers me and maybe you can comment on this.

                  In this society are we insulating ourselves too much from other humans?

                  I have a friend that is a psychologist, he feels that we humans have become so distant from other humans in the past few years that there are going to be problems communicating in future generations.  He says people need people a lot more than they think.  He further stated that today people live on computers, e-mail, voice mail and auto attendants, voice menus, TV and never really talk or interface with fellow humans.  He said we really do not have a good handle on other peoples feelings or needs.  This he said is terrible for any meaningful or sensible direction for mankind to take.  Just one man's opinion but maybe some food for thought.  What do you think?

                  Floridian

                  Couldn't agree with you more,Floridian! Well said. Yes, the world is cocooning itself and it's sad to see. I don't own a cellphone and still write letters through the mail. Just like the song says, "People, who need people, are the luckiest people in the world!" Group Hug 

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                    Posted: November 24, 2006, 7:07 pm - IP Logged

                    lottolaughs.my favorite team used to be the boston celtics.larry bird is the best basketball player besides michael jordan who ever lived.the man was a shooter.i watched him sink a ball from half court one time just as time expired to win a game.