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Arizona Lottery is late again... MICKEY MOUSE OPERATION

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Posted: March 30, 2014, 2:40 am - IP Logged

Once again, as it seems to be a problem that is getting bigger, winning numbers for tody has still NOT been posted (it is 1145PM) as happened last night, too... and many times in the past.

All other western states that have lotteries have posted their winning numbers on time, ARIZONA is late AGAIN.

What we have here s a "Mickey Mouse" lottery operation and one that is trying to be big league but is still "bush league"

Arizona Lottery is a disgrace.

A BUSH LEAGUE OPERATION....

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    Posted: March 30, 2014, 4:37 am - IP Logged

    Give Senator McCain a call in his mansion up in Sedona.

    He'll get right on it.

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      Posted: March 30, 2014, 9:12 am - IP Logged

      I'm not sure about "Mickey Mouse", but I would agree with the comments about the AZ Lottery taking too long to post results.  They also are very slow with posting jackpots.  For example, as I type this, the new jackpots for Fantasy 5 and The Pick are STILL not posted.  (Lottery Post has them posted here.)

      These days, the posting of winning numbers, prize amounts, and jackpot amounts on the Web site should be the #1 most important way for the lottery to communicate to players.  For some states, they still make their phone and newspaper publishing more important -- and that's a huge mistake.

       

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        Posted: March 30, 2014, 9:40 am - IP Logged

        Give Senator McCain a call in his mansion up in Sedona.

        He'll get right on it.

        Senators like to play the lottery in Washington, D.C.

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          Posted: March 30, 2014, 9:48 am - IP Logged

          I'm not sure about "Mickey Mouse", but I would agree with the comments about the AZ Lottery taking too long to post results.  They also are very slow with posting jackpots.  For example, as I type this, the new jackpots for Fantasy 5 and The Pick are STILL not posted.  (Lottery Post has them posted here.)

          These days, the posting of winning numbers, prize amounts, and jackpot amounts on the Web site should be the #1 most important way for the lottery to communicate to players.  For some states, they still make their phone and newspaper publishing more important -- and that's a huge mistake.

          USA LOTTERIES SHOULD QUICK DRAW ALL LOTTERY GAMES.

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            Posted: March 30, 2014, 11:40 am - IP Logged

            Give Senator McCain a call in his mansion up in Sedona.

            He'll get right on it.

            Like a lightening fast snail ?, lol

            Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

            For a lead role in a cage?

             

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              Posted: March 30, 2014, 2:01 pm - IP Logged

              Perhaps contacting the Arizona Lottery Commission executive director will initiate finding "a solution".

              http://www.hatch-miller.org/

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                Posted: March 30, 2014, 2:24 pm - IP Logged

                I'm not sure about "Mickey Mouse", but I would agree with the comments about the AZ Lottery taking too long to post results.  They also are very slow with posting jackpots.  For example, as I type this, the new jackpots for Fantasy 5 and The Pick are STILL not posted.  (Lottery Post has them posted here.)

                These days, the posting of winning numbers, prize amounts, and jackpot amounts on the Web site should be the #1 most important way for the lottery to communicate to players.  For some states, they still make their phone and newspaper publishing more important -- and that's a huge mistake.

                I  agree  with  Todd   and  the  others

                 

                There is no reason this day and time for any  lotteries  to  be  late  on  posting  results

                 

                Ky. used to have a  problem  with  that , until  Bluegrass  starting  writing them ,  and now they are quite better on not being late , and on getting them up in a reasonable amount of time

                 

                I  e-mailed  the  Conn. lottery about their late results not too long ago , but never heard back from them

                 

                If  enough  people  drop  them  a  line ,  might  change  things  ,  might  not  ,  but  worth   a   shot

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                  Posted: March 31, 2014, 9:54 am - IP Logged

                  It should take on average a minute to post the numbers online once they are drawn. Here in Maryland, they have their delays to for some non logical reason. The lotteries doesn't seem to have a delay when it comes to printing tickets and taking the money. That part alway seems to work fine.Big Grin

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                    Posted: March 31, 2014, 3:46 pm - IP Logged

                    It should take on average a minute to post the numbers online once they are drawn. Here in Maryland, they have their delays to for some non logical reason. The lotteries doesn't seem to have a delay when it comes to printing tickets and taking the money. That part alway seems to work fine.Big Grin

                    Well   said   Goteki    ,    well   said

                     

                    Yep .... amazing  how  that  part  always  works  fine  isnt  it    Yes Nod

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                      Posted: March 31, 2014, 4:47 pm - IP Logged

                      It should take on average a minute to post the numbers online once they are drawn. Here in Maryland, they have their delays to for some non logical reason. The lotteries doesn't seem to have a delay when it comes to printing tickets and taking the money. That part alway seems to work fine.Big Grin

                      Before I got my computer I used to call the Md lottery hot line to get the #'s. There were times it would be many hours before they would update the results, usually on weekends. It was almost like they would forget to do it. Talk about pissing me off...

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                        Posted: March 31, 2014, 6:31 pm - IP Logged

                        Before I got my computer I used to call the Md lottery hot line to get the #'s. There were times it would be many hours before they would update the results, usually on weekends. It was almost like they would forget to do it. Talk about pissing me off...

                        Government agencies always seem to attract sloth-like people who cop attitudes when questioned about their incompetence.

                        There are good Lottery people like Chip Polston and Steve Casebeer (love that name) of the KY Lottery and the VA Lottery people but most (in my experience) are just like regular lazy loafer government payrollers. Especially Tennessee, they're gonna take their time and they don't care what anybody thinks or says about it.