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konane's avatar - wallace
Atlanta, GA
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March 13, 2003
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Posted: November 13, 2003, 6:57 pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by Thomas Covenant on November 13, 2003


>>>>I hear about lottery winners that win $10-$50M once in their life and those CEO's that expect over $100M yearly for their work and wonder if anyone expect them to give their salary away after paying taxes.<<<<

Lottery winnings are considered "free money". You didn't work for it, and you really don't deserve it.



As many systems as Lottery Post members share with each other, any person who would believe someone didn't work for the money is talking about sour grapes.  I feel that even people who seemingly "luck out" spend countless time imagining themselves as winners, and that in itself while fun is indeed work.

I personally believe the winner who committed suicide probably had problems before the windfall, and in my opinon one of them was the inability to say "no" and stick with it. 

Good luck to everyone!