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How Bad Do You Need To Win?

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RJOh's avatar - chipmunk
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Posted: June 13, 2010, 5:38 pm - IP Logged

Jack Pot, you WILL WIN - because I decree it! 

When you win, I want you to give 10 percent to THRUST and 5 percent to Badboy00z - only Badboy00z is gonna have to change his name (its collecting too many bad vibes).

A better strategy might be to decree yourself to win, that way you can be sure Jack Pot, THRUST and Badboy00z get somethings if you win because I doubt if one of them or some else wins they will be sharing.

 * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
   
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    Posted: June 13, 2010, 5:57 pm - IP Logged

    A better strategy might be to decree yourself to win, that way you can be sure Jack Pot, THRUST and Badboy00z get somethings if you win because I doubt if one of them or some else wins they will be sharing.

    I hear ya RJoh!  Only this "decree" thing doesn't work on a selfish vibe....  totally unselfish only.

    The "Winners Circle"  is incomplete without me!

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      Posted: June 13, 2010, 6:23 pm - IP Logged
      It's all good and yes the Lottery doesn't care...but positive vibes from others do not hurt. Smiley
      I know if someone is worse off than me I hope for the best in their situation. Thumbs Up

      thurst i know what you are saiding i been there already and done that but people have their own to worry about  so you are not the only one out there that bad off belive me i havent had a hit in a year iam about ready to give it up i hope you win and lot of money so you can get that house you want good luck to all

      good luck to all

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        thurst i know what you are saiding i been there already and done that but people have their own to worry about  so you are not the only one out there that bad off belive me i havent had a hit in a year iam about ready to give it up i hope you win and lot of money so you can get that house you want good luck to all

        i wish i could win i could used the moneyWhite Bounce

        good luck to all

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          Posted: June 13, 2010, 9:56 pm - IP Logged

          A better strategy might be to decree yourself to win, that way you can be sure Jack Pot, THRUST and Badboy00z get somethings if you win because I doubt if one of them or some else wins they will be sharing.

          You cannot help everybody obviously and no one is obligated to do anyone any favors here...helping someone would be a personal choice and for the safety of the parties involved would have to be done discretely. 

          I just hope everyone who is having problems, their situation improves. Smiley

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            Posted: June 14, 2010, 11:37 am - IP Logged

            The 3 most important reasons: my 3 young sons.

            The boys deserve better than the cards they have been dealt with.  They would not have everything they want but everything they NEED to grow up well adjusted.

             

            That is all I can say without going into the nasty details.

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              Posted: June 14, 2010, 11:40 am - IP Logged

              You cannot help everybody obviously and no one is obligated to do anyone any favors here...helping someone would be a personal choice and for the safety of the parties involved would have to be done discretely. 

              I just hope everyone who is having problems, their situation improves. Smiley

              I hope that your situation improves as well.

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                Posted: June 14, 2010, 1:22 pm - IP Logged

                I've read through all of the postings, and I am blown away at how hard it is for some people.  One thing I have learned in my life is to never, never complain.  My life isn't perfect, but I am grateful for the most basic of things--a supportive family, health, a steady job, and sitting down to dinner each evening.  I am grateful, and when I am not, I remind myself about what I have; there is a lot in the little that I have.  It's not that I NEED to win the lottery.  That said, do I want to win the lottery?  YES, YES, YES!

                I wish everyone well.  Please take care!

                Best,

                GinkoStinko

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                  Posted: June 14, 2010, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

                  I've read through all of the postings, and I am blown away at how hard it is for some people.  One thing I have learned in my life is to never, never complain.  My life isn't perfect, but I am grateful for the most basic of things--a supportive family, health, a steady job, and sitting down to dinner each evening.  I am grateful, and when I am not, I remind myself about what I have; there is a lot in the little that I have.  It's not that I NEED to win the lottery.  That said, do I want to win the lottery?  YES, YES, YES!

                  I wish everyone well.  Please take care!

                  Best,

                  GinkoStinko

                  tiggs agrees..Next time you feel low and complaining and feel sorry for yourself with your problems go to a cemetary and ask the people there what kind of probelms they have...Live today might not be a tomorrow..

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                    tiggs agrees..Next time you feel low and complaining and feel sorry for yourself with your problems go to a cemetary and ask the people there what kind of probelms they have...Live today might not be a tomorrow..

                    For some...like me being dead seems alot nicer than dealing with a life that continues to be a nightmare...no one should have to live like that...and when people are selfish and petty and have no concern for their fellow man...it makes one wonder what is the point in life at all.

                    Should one be grateful for what they have? Ideally, yes...but with so many factors that are in play it is easy to lose sight...especially when one does go without basic needs and is generally mistreated by others. The argument that life is better than death means nothing to someone who feels they are already dead...feelings brought on by the lack of needs, general disconcern by others and a sense that nothing will ever change.

                    To belittle another's problems is quite evil I think.

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                      Posted: June 14, 2010, 4:36 pm - IP Logged

                      pray the prayer of Jabez.

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                        Posted: June 14, 2010, 7:10 pm - IP Logged

                        For some...like me being dead seems alot nicer than dealing with a life that continues to be a nightmare...no one should have to live like that...and when people are selfish and petty and have no concern for their fellow man...it makes one wonder what is the point in life at all.

                        Should one be grateful for what they have? Ideally, yes...but with so many factors that are in play it is easy to lose sight...especially when one does go without basic needs and is generally mistreated by others. The argument that life is better than death means nothing to someone who feels they are already dead...feelings brought on by the lack of needs, general disconcern by others and a sense that nothing will ever change.

                        To belittle another's problems is quite evil I think.

                        Sad, but true.  I used to work in the mental health field, and I met people who endured the worst that life can throw at you (mental illness, abuse, severe neglect, torture, addiction, injustice, etc).  After work, I would come home and cry my eyes out.  It's debatable if death is better for them, but without question, life for them, day in and day out, was unbearble hell.  They would talk about suicide and dying all the time.

                        THRUST, I don't think anyone was belittling or minimizing other's problem.  Yes, there are people who lack basic needs and who are truly suffering; I think tiggs95 was referring to people whose wants make them miserable.

                        I appreciate your empathy, THRUST!

                        Best,

                        GinkoStinko

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                          Posted: June 14, 2010, 8:23 pm - IP Logged

                          Sad, but true.  I used to work in the mental health field, and I met people who endured the worst that life can throw at you (mental illness, abuse, severe neglect, torture, addiction, injustice, etc).  After work, I would come home and cry my eyes out.  It's debatable if death is better for them, but without question, life for them, day in and day out, was unbearble hell.  They would talk about suicide and dying all the time.

                          THRUST, I don't think anyone was belittling or minimizing other's problem.  Yes, there are people who lack basic needs and who are truly suffering; I think tiggs95 was referring to people whose wants make them miserable.

                          I appreciate your empathy, THRUST!

                          Best,

                          GinkoStinko

                          Thank you for this post..