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Should we talk about LP and how to others ?

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CHERRY HILL, NJ
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Posted: March 26, 2013, 8:16 am - IP Logged

Sure, Tell friends and family, strangers, anyone who will listen.

I think LP should partner with large retailers like 7-11 and advertise on their large TV screens. Right they run ad loops on these screens and maybe LP should rent some space to promote itself. 

Theres a lot of talent I think that is out there that maybe has not heard of LP yet and we need to reach them. Also I see people are hungry for help with numbers and LP has a lot to offer them on this.

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    Posted: March 26, 2013, 9:22 am - IP Logged

    I found LP many years ago and others have. Not everybody wants to be a member.

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      Posted: March 26, 2013, 11:49 am - IP Logged

      If you can not talk to some guy in line about lotterypost..... 

      Then I would hate to imagine how you are talking to women........ROFL

       

      um What?...... ugh.....What?.... im....Puke....  sorry...ROFL

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        CHERRY HILL, NJ
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        Posted: March 26, 2013, 12:46 pm - IP Logged

        If you can not talk to some guy in line about lotterypost..... 

        Then I would hate to imagine how you are talking to women........ROFL

         

        um What?...... ugh.....What?.... im....Puke....  sorry...ROFL

        I share something with John McEnroe. I find it hard to look people in the eye and if its a female, my eyes stray towards her neckline and lower. First lesson I was taught was avoid eye-contact and striking conversations with strangers, especially inside the NY subway.


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          Posted: March 26, 2013, 1:56 pm - IP Logged

          I share something with John McEnroe. I find it hard to look people in the eye and if its a female, my eyes stray towards her neckline and lower. First lesson I was taught was avoid eye-contact and striking conversations with strangers, especially inside the NY subway.

          I was raised to not trust people who cannot look you straight in the eyes. What are they hiding? Why are they avoiding you?   Hiding Behind Computer

          I've been on the NY subways, and find it fascinating to strike up a conversation with a complete stranger.  Argue

          In the end however, some people just have phobias about any type of social contact, which may lead to anxiety attacks.  Blush

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            CHERRY HILL, NJ
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            Posted: March 26, 2013, 7:14 pm - IP Logged

            I was raised to not trust people who cannot look you straight in the eyes. What are they hiding? Why are they avoiding you?   Hiding Behind Computer

            I've been on the NY subways, and find it fascinating to strike up a conversation with a complete stranger.  Argue

            In the end however, some people just have phobias about any type of social contact, which may lead to anxiety attacks.  Blush

            I can believe that if you are caucasian and the stranger is likewise.


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              Posted: March 26, 2013, 7:45 pm - IP Logged

              I can believe that if you are caucasian and the stranger is likewise.

              Some of my best friends are non-white. (I am a very white and Irish).  Lep

              Whether a stranger is black/white, male/female, old/young, has no bearing on whether or not I will initiate a conversation with them.

              I am comfortable in my own skin, and color blind when it comes to meeting other people.

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                CHERRY HILL, NJ
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                Posted: March 27, 2013, 9:19 am - IP Logged

                Some of my best friends are non-white. (I am a very white and Irish).  Lep

                Whether a stranger is black/white, male/female, old/young, has no bearing on whether or not I will initiate a conversation with them.

                I am comfortable in my own skin, and color blind when it comes to meeting other people.

                I can believe that too, the first Irish in the States were the adventurous, risk-taking types who faced discrimination and other hardships for being Catholics. I guess those hard-times only strengthened your gene pools to become more welcoming to others.

                Its painful however to read you consider people unworthy and suspect just because they cannot make eye contact. What about other disorders ? How about O'bama ? Do you believe in his Irish roots ?


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                  Posted: March 27, 2013, 9:42 am - IP Logged

                  I can believe that too, the first Irish in the States were the adventurous, risk-taking types who faced discrimination and other hardships for being Catholics. I guess those hard-times only strengthened your gene pools to become more welcoming to others.

                  Its painful however to read you consider people unworthy and suspect just because they cannot make eye contact. What about other disorders ? How about O'bama ? Do you believe in his Irish roots ?

                  I didn't mean to cause you any pain d1nnl2, just stating my opinions.

                  When caring on a conversation with anyone that can never look you in the eyes, will always be suspect to me. Unless they have no eyes. Sad

                  I firmly believe in Obama's Irish roots, he's about as Irish as they come. And that's no blarney! Lep

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                    Posted: April 26, 2013, 9:50 am - IP Logged

                    I play at a stationary store where all of us regulars always share tips with each other because we are serious players. If the guy is playing that much money in pick 3 and 4, I definitely would have said something because its obvious he's a serious player.  Any serious player would welcome any tips or info. IMHO

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                      Posted: April 26, 2013, 10:40 am - IP Logged

                      I always talk to lotto players, especially the ones with stacks of play tickets in their hand. If their at the machine i'll stand back and leave them alone.