|Posted: December 15, 2012, 2:49 pm - IP Logged|
It does seem a little discouraging but look at it this way-- when
you win you don't have to share it if someone else wins.
It's a large enough jackpot to make a difference in your life.
It sometimes takes 50+ draws to get a winner. There are
4 draws a day so about 2 weeks of draws to get a winner.
The big Powerball took several weeks didn't it? Plus my
thinking is $250,000 will change my life for the better. Winning
a million or more causes lots of problems with privacy and
everyone wanting a hand out.
Most of the ones that post here are winning back about 50%
of what they spend. I get mad if one of my 2 numbers doesnt
win at least $2.
Most of the winners get quick picks so skill level or system
doesn't seem to be a factor---although we are trying to
figure out an angle that wins the little prizes until we hit
the big one.
It's a new game and different in than the others in that if you
match 5, 6, or 7 numbers in any other game you will be happy.
In this one you lose.
My mindset is to not match any numbers which is the opposite
of the other games.
I have basically given up on the other games because I can
play for months and not win $3. At least in this game they throw
you a bone quite often.
Now to the Cowboys---when Jerry Jones didn't know anything about
the game they won 2 Super Bowls. Now that he thinks he knows how
the game is played they struggle even with the best of coaches.
I'm sure his ego being fed and his bank account increasing everyday
soothes over the fact he has turned a good organization into a
He is winning in his game which is building a very profitable business.
I wonder why he doesn't see that it would be more profitable if he
put teams on the field that can compete at a high level and go deep
into the playoffs.
The two teams that are always good. The Steelers and Patriots have
owners who let the football people take care of the football operations
while they take care of the business side of the business.
Can you name the owners of the Steelers or Patriots? Do they call the
stadium they play in by the owners first name? Just some thoughts.