|Posted: October 3, 2004, 10:28 am - IP Logged|
I thought about winning the lottery, planned it out to the smallest detail, saved all related documents to a folder (spreadsheets that automatically figure out taxes and distribute winnings accordingly, trust forms, lottery HQ driving directions, list of places around here to build a luxury home and details on the business I would open (the world's largest and most comprehensive extreme sports park), bank account strategy and a directory of the best local financial advisors and trust lawyers and tax attorneys) and forgot about it(except to plug in jackpot amounts when it rolls or gets hit)... right now I am focused more on the process of number selection.
I think about winning on average 11 times a week...
once each thursday and sunday when updating powerball results and once each time I play the next PB ticket. and of course once each day when visiting the LP (although re-visits are usually focused on number selection).
It was fun gathering all the "what if" info, but now that it's done all that is left is picking the winning numbers, and that is proving to be the impossible task from my experience... but one worth continual pursuit.
Playing more than one ticket per game is betting against yourself.