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Posted: September 21, 2010, 11:50 am - IP Logged

No new news here:

September 20, 2010 Sweet Million Winning Numbers:
2 - 8 - 19 - 26 - 35 - 37

Prize
Level
Numbers
Matched
Prize
Amount
No. of
Winners
First6 out of 6$1,000,000.000
Second5 out of 6$500.0038
Third4 out of 6$40.001,539
Fourth3 out of 6$3.0021,118

About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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    Posted: September 23, 2010, 4:46 pm - IP Logged

    Well, I must have lost my mind......

    I bought the SM promo.  Here they are:

    7 16 19 32 37 40  p-QP

    4 8 11 23 27 28

    1 3 20 22 25 34 

    1 14 19 21 36 39  QP

    1 6 9 21 29 37  p-QP

     

    7 15 20 26 27 32 QP

    5 8 24 26 34 36  QP

    3 6 18 27 34 40  QP

    About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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      Ok, played $5 worth of 1, 39 cold and 4, 24 hot... and hit nothing.

      BUT! My picks hit 4 out of 6 for $40!!!! gotta laugh LOL

      Still working the 1, 39 cold and 4, 24 hot for $ 5 in partial QP

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        Posted: September 23, 2010, 9:53 pm - IP Logged

        Tonite the balls came out in the following order:

        32 28 33 27 19 3

        I played eight lines and on all but two of them I was knocked out of the running to win a million because I didnt have 32 on the line.

        About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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          Posted: September 24, 2010, 6:13 am - IP Logged
          September 23, 2010 Sweet Million Drawing -
          No Jackpot Prize Winners
           
           
           
          September 23, 2010 Sweet Million Winning Numbers:
          3 - 19 - 27 - 28 - 32 - 33
          Prize
          Level
          Numbers
          Matched
          Prize
          Amount
          No. of
          Winners
          First6 out of 6$1,000,000.000
          Second5 out of 6$500.0030
          Third4 out of 6$40.001,493
          Fourth3 out of 6$3.0021,408

          Speaks for itself, doesnt it?

          About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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            September 23, 2010 Sweet Million Drawing -
            No Jackpot Prize Winners
             
             
             
            September 23, 2010 Sweet Million Winning Numbers:
            3 - 19 - 27 - 28 - 32 - 33
            Prize
            Level
            Numbers
            Matched
            Prize
            Amount
            No. of
            Winners
            First6 out of 6$1,000,000.000
            Second5 out of 6$500.0030
            Third4 out of 6$40.001,493
            Fourth3 out of 6$3.0021,408

            Speaks for itself, doesnt it?

            Play it again, Sam,  take the A out of SaM and we have "Play it again, Sweet Million"

            I had a dream that my car was stuck in a snow drift on Rt. 22 near the Eastchester/Scarsdale border, so I took it has a sign from the universe that I should get my SM ticket over there on Thursday, but no luck, I had two numbers on four lines, I couldn't get the third number on those lines for a small payoff like I usually get, from now on I better stick to my favorite lottery joints and just ignore my dreams.

            I'll be in Atlantic City next week, so good luck to all while the SM promo is still in effect, my brother will have to buy my SM tickets next week.

             

            Did you hear the story of the Riker's Island prison guard who got a Mega Million ticket by mistake and won 54 million?  See below:

             

            Fearon said she bought the wrong ticket at a Sutter Ave nue bodega, where she went to play Powerball, not Mega Millions.

            Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/brooklyn/gilded_cage_for_jail_guard_YfbhNwgqc0ICMGZHedBeYO#ixzz10XiDjcq6

            LETS GO JETS!!!!!!!
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              Play it again, Sam,  take the A out of SaM and we have "Play it again, Sweet Million"

              I had a dream that my car was stuck in a snow drift on Rt. 22 near the Eastchester/Scarsdale border, so I took it has a sign from the universe that I should get my SM ticket over there on Thursday, but no luck, I had two numbers on four lines, I couldn't get the third number on those lines for a small payoff like I usually get, from now on I better stick to my favorite lottery joints and just ignore my dreams.

              I'll be in Atlantic City next week, so good luck to all while the SM promo is still in effect, my brother will have to buy my SM tickets next week.

               

              Did you hear the story of the Riker's Island prison guard who got a Mega Million ticket by mistake and won 54 million?  See below:

               

              Fearon said she bought the wrong ticket at a Sutter Ave nue bodega, where she went to play Powerball, not Mega Millions.

              Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/brooklyn/gilded_cage_for_jail_guard_YfbhNwgqc0ICMGZHedBeYO#ixzz10XiDjcq6

              LETS GO JETS!!!!!!!

              If that SM ticket your brother buys you wins a million, well, you got a good relationship with him? 

              I mean, I wouldnt trust myself to give my brother what his money won!!!   I'd tell him: "That was MY dollar I played.  I forgot to play yours!"  Then I'd run......  he's had a short fuse since the time we wuz kidz....  and that's a long time gone!!!

              About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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                I have no other choice but to trust my brother with my SM ticket, since I am leaving NY and won't be able to get tickets on Thursday, the last day of the promo, I hope they extend it to Oct.  My brother annoys me because he is buying shared lottery tickets with a casual acquaintance, but he will never share lottery tickets with Mom and I, his only immediate family since we have another brother we don't speak to (see comments below).  Anyway, I told my brother that if he wins the lottery on his own, his Lottery ticket sharing friend might go to court and say they had an agreement to share ALL lottery winnings, and she can tie his money up in the courts for years, so he said to me, "I don't think that way!"   Well, I warned him, let him screwed out of lottery money by his friend so I can say to him, "I told you so."   He's lost lots of money in the past because he didn't take my advice.

                I know what you mean about siblings who are short fused or have other personality problems, I have another brother who I haven't spoken to for over 7 years, the rift is over money, but he was totally wrong, two attorneys I consulted about the problem to get an unbiased opinion agreed with me, and both called my (ex) brother names that were not very nice.  I'll never speak to him again as long as I live, and I would love to win the lottery to make him jealous.

                I know from my experience with my ex-brother that NOBODY can be trusted when it comes to money, including immediate family!

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                  I have no other choice but to trust my brother with my SM ticket, since I am leaving NY and won't be able to get tickets on Thursday, the last day of the promo, I hope they extend it to Oct.  My brother annoys me because he is buying shared lottery tickets with a casual acquaintance, but he will never share lottery tickets with Mom and I, his only immediate family since we have another brother we don't speak to (see comments below).  Anyway, I told my brother that if he wins the lottery on his own, his Lottery ticket sharing friend might go to court and say they had an agreement to share ALL lottery winnings, and she can tie his money up in the courts for years, so he said to me, "I don't think that way!"   Well, I warned him, let him screwed out of lottery money by his friend so I can say to him, "I told you so."   He's lost lots of money in the past because he didn't take my advice.

                  I know what you mean about siblings who are short fused or have other personality problems, I have another brother who I haven't spoken to for over 7 years, the rift is over money, but he was totally wrong, two attorneys I consulted about the problem to get an unbiased opinion agreed with me, and both called my (ex) brother names that were not very nice.  I'll never speak to him again as long as I live, and I would love to win the lottery to make him jealous.

                  I know from my experience with my ex-brother that NOBODY can be trusted when it comes to money, including immediate family!

                  I'm very familiar with fights being started between siblings over money. 

                  I was the executor of my late mothers estate.  (What irked my siblings about that is the fact that I'm THE BABY of the family.)  Ma knew who she could and could not trust to do the right thing with her estate.  My wife's mother feels the same way.  My wife is the 3rd out of 4 children, and there's no way her mother would ever let her oldest child be the executor of her estate.  My wife's the executor of my mother in law's estate. My mother in law is very sensitive to what happens to families when parents die because of what I'm about to type. 

                  My wife's grandparents (on her father's side) died when my wife was a kid.  Before her grandfather died, my wife's aunt, my wife's father's sister, raided all bank accounts and removed all of the money in them. (She had power of attorney) She took a mink coat from her late mothers house that my wife's grandmother had said she wanted given to my wife. (Even though my wife was just a kid)  My wife's aunt changed the locks on the doors to her parents house so that my wife's parents (and her uncle) could not get into the house after her grandfather died.  All this from a woman that had more money than she knew what to do with.  My wife's aunt and her husband ran a very successful business. She bought a new Cadillac with the dividends from the IBM stock she owned.  "Aunt Gladys" also had the suit her father was wearing while laying in his casket removed after the viewing was over. She buried her father wrapped in a sheet. Of course all jewlery was removed from the body too.  My wife's father and uncle were crushed when they learned (after their father's body was six feet under) that their father had been buried without clothes on.

                  Aunt Gladys got what was comming to her in the end.  She had two grandchildren. One of them, her grandson, blew through her money in nothing flat. Aunt Gladys cut her son out of her will because she was mad at him for selling the family business after he took it over. Instead she left it all to her grandson and he promptly blew it all. She also didnt leave a dime to her granddaughter, the grandson's sister. Of course, the grandson didnt give any money to his sister who was in desparate need of a few bucks due to her situation which wasnt good. 

                  Who said blood is thicker than water?  No it aint.  LOL!

                  About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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                    I'm very familiar with fights being started between siblings over money. 

                    I was the executor of my late mothers estate.  (What irked my siblings about that is the fact that I'm THE BABY of the family.)  Ma knew who she could and could not trust to do the right thing with her estate.  My wife's mother feels the same way.  My wife is the 3rd out of 4 children, and there's no way her mother would ever let her oldest child be the executor of her estate.  My wife's the executor of my mother in law's estate. My mother in law is very sensitive to what happens to families when parents die because of what I'm about to type. 

                    My wife's grandparents (on her father's side) died when my wife was a kid.  Before her grandfather died, my wife's aunt, my wife's father's sister, raided all bank accounts and removed all of the money in them. (She had power of attorney) She took a mink coat from her late mothers house that my wife's grandmother had said she wanted given to my wife. (Even though my wife was just a kid)  My wife's aunt changed the locks on the doors to her parents house so that my wife's parents (and her uncle) could not get into the house after her grandfather died.  All this from a woman that had more money than she knew what to do with.  My wife's aunt and her husband ran a very successful business. She bought a new Cadillac with the dividends from the IBM stock she owned.  "Aunt Gladys" also had the suit her father was wearing while laying in his casket removed after the viewing was over. She buried her father wrapped in a sheet. Of course all jewlery was removed from the body too.  My wife's father and uncle were crushed when they learned (after their father's body was six feet under) that their father had been buried without clothes on.

                    Aunt Gladys got what was comming to her in the end.  She had two grandchildren. One of them, her grandson, blew through her money in nothing flat. Aunt Gladys cut her son out of her will because she was mad at him for selling the family business after he took it over. Instead she left it all to her grandson and he promptly blew it all. She also didnt leave a dime to her granddaughter, the grandson's sister. Of course, the grandson didnt give any money to his sister who was in desparate need of a few bucks due to her situation which wasnt good. 

                    Who said blood is thicker than water?  No it aint.  LOL!

                    It's disgusting what goes on in families regarding money. In my situation, my brother and I purchased our family home from my Mom after my Dad passed away.  My ex brother didn't want to invest in it when I offered him third ownership, and he agreed that my brother and I should purchase Mom's home.  After the contracts were signed, and while we were waiting to close (about a year), the value of the house skyrocketed and two weeks before the closing my ex-brother calls and says he won't show up at the closing to sign the final papers to give his rights away to the house as an heir unless my brother and I forked over $50,000 to him ( he said we are all liars and greedy).  He said we really weren't giving my mother enough money for the house, even though we told him what the purchase price would be and he agreed to it months before!  We did get the house at a $50,000 discount from the market price when the contracts were signed, so this is the money he was asking for, but I made a deal with Mom that for the discount she could live here rent free for the rest of her life (I could have told her to live someplace else and rented out her room, and I would be much better off financially now). 

                    Why should my ex-brother get $50,000 from the sale when my brother and I purchased the house and shelled out all the money?  All we have now is bills from the house, in other words, if there was any money to be had from the sale,  Mom should have been split the $50,000 three ways, between all of us, not just give it to him, the one who didn't even offer us a dime toward the downpayment!  As a matter of fact, Mom did offer my ex-brother $15,000 from the sale before he started all this trouble, just as a nice gesture and to help him out, but she didn't have to.  If this house decreased in value after we signed the contracts, I'm sure my ex brother wouldn't be there offering us any money to help us out.

                    Additionally, we had to secure an extra $50,000 in the mortgage to make badly needed repairs to the house, so the way I look at it, we didn't really buy the house at a $50,000 discount.  Everyone I spoke to felt that once he declared he did not want to be 3rd owner and give my brother and I one third of the sizeable downpayment we made on the house, that nothing that happened after that was his business.  I told him that he would receive his third of the house in Mom's will (the money she got from the purchase) , but he said he didn't want to wait that long!  I had to threaten him with a lawsuit if he didn't show up at the closing  because he already signed some contracts (and my brother already moved into the house months before, after he sold his co-op) and he said, "so sue me."  He also went on to say that Mom never gave him any money, and he always had to go to his in-laws for financial help!  His wife only worked part-time during their entire marriage (they have 2 kids), so why should my Mom and Dad (a truck driver and housewife) pay for their lives.

                    The day of the closing, my Mom (she was 74 at the time) looked so nervous (we didn't know if he was going to show up), I thought she was going to cry.  He was at the closing, but he did not speak to me or Mom, but he said hello to my brother, even though I was the one who asked him to be third owner, not my brother!  He ruined what was supposed to be a happy occasion for nothing!  The seventh anniversary of the house sale is Oct. 23, we all haven't spoken to him since!  My ex brother now has a $90,000 a year pension, while I'm out of work on permanent disability for 10 years now and Mom has a heart condition, yet he begrudged my brother and I this house at the price we paid, and we are struggling to pay the bills here as everthing goes up, including the real estate taxes!

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                      Hee hee hee hee heeeeeeee!!!  It's muh lucky day!

                      There I was!  Walking outta the Post Office this mornin contemplatin which numbers I was gonna pick for tonites Sweet Millions draw (it's Thursday, so I was figurin on playin 5 bucks so I could get me the three free promo) when I looked down and lo and behold there's a 5 buckaroo-ski staring me in the face!  You shonuff know what ahmoan do with that, dontcha?  Yep! That's what ahmoan do alright... double down and get me two free three's!!  Why not???  Wouldn't you??

                      Well gang, It happened again! Only this time it was a 10 SPOT!!  2nd time in a month!  Check the date on my post immediately above! 

                      And I wasn't commin outta the post office.  Nope!  This time I was walkin into the drug store to buy Take5. Now, I wasnt gonna play SM, but because it's the next to last day the SM promo is available, well, you know what I did dont you??  I used that ten spot to buy me 5 bucks of Take5 and 5 bucks of SM. Naturally, I got the free three!

                       And here they are: 

                      5 21 22 26 29 38

                      4 20 23 30 35 40

                      6 12 17 21 25 31

                      8 21 23 26 27 36

                      2 7 11 18 22 40

                      The 3 free:

                      1 3 7 12 15 34

                      3 13 14 21 26 38

                      11 12 13 14 21 32

                      Tell ya on thing tho.  Good thing I didnt pay for those  numbers.....  check that last 3 free line, 4 straight

                      About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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                        Well gang, It happened again! Only this time it was a 10 SPOT!!  2nd time in a month!  Check the date on my post immediately above! 

                        And I wasn't commin outta the post office.  Nope!  This time I was walkin into the drug store to buy Take5. Now, I wasnt gonna play SM, but because it's the next to last day the SM promo is available, well, you know what I did dont you??  I used that ten spot to buy me 5 bucks of Take5 and 5 bucks of SM. Naturally, I got the free three!

                         And here they are: 

                        5 21 22 26 29 38

                        4 20 23 30 35 40

                        6 12 17 21 25 31

                        8 21 23 26 27 36

                        2 7 11 18 22 40

                        The 3 free:

                        1 3 7 12 15 34

                        3 13 14 21 26 38

                        11 12 13 14 21 32

                        Tell ya on thing tho.  Good thing I didnt pay for those  numbers.....  check that last 3 free line, 4 straight

                        I'll have to look at the ground more often when I walk, that's really something, the second time this month, I wonder what the odds are of that happening..

                        I had nothing on SM last night, one line had one number and missed all the rest of them by one!  My Mom won $3.00 and her boyfriend won $3.00, she bought all our tickets in the same store.  I told Mom about the new $5.00 scratch off, Money for Life ($100,000 a year for life) and she got one after she bought the SM tickets, and she won $50.00.  After Mom got her tickets and left the store, she was in a rear end collison car accident.  A lady hit her car when Mom was stopped at a red light, and the lady had the nerve to tell Mom that Mom backed up and hit her!  Mom's SUV wasn't damaged, but the lady's front hood was smashed in.  Mom didn't call the police because the police have an attitude when they are called and there is little car damage or no bodily injury, but look at what is happening now, the woman is trying to put Mom at fault.  If the police came, they might have ticketed the lady for something and/or determined the lady was at fault at the scene and put it in the police report.

                        Well, tomorrow I'm off to Atlantic City, good luck to all on the last SM promo on Thurs.

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                          Same old same old..........

                          September 27, 2010 Sweet Million Winning Numbers:
                          2 - 8 - 11 - 13 - 27 - 39

                          Prize
                          Level
                          Numbers
                          Matched
                          Prize
                          Amount
                          No. of
                          Winners
                          First6 out of 6$1,000,000.000
                          Second5 out of 6$500.0047
                          Third4 out of 6$40.001,514
                          Fourth3 out of 6$3.0021,512

                          About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

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                            Will this be the LAST promo day???

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                              Will this be the LAST promo day???

                              Good question.

                              It might be the last SM promo day.  It's obvious to me that even with the promo, not enough lines were sold to produce more JP winner's.  I think the state is aware they have a problem with sales of SM. I think their goal was to sell enough tickets to produce more JP winners with the hope of that generating more player interest in the game.

                              There was one JP winner in August and hasnt been one since.  The last JP win prior to the August win was on March 18th. The game has been around just over a year and only about 9 or 10 JP's have been won.

                              I dont know why players didnt take to the game.  Maybe it was the lower tier prize structure, maybe it's the recession. (Although ticket sales tend to increase during an economic slow down.) I know when the game first started, there was an initial "rush" by regular players to buy SM tickets.  It soon died down though.

                              About playing the lottery --  You will lose more than you win. Until you hit a jackpot.  Then everything changes!

                                 
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