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    Winning Powerball ticket sold in Lafayette, Tenn
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    With a cash payout of a little over $250,000,000, someone is about to become a happy camper. Could it be our own BillVol?
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    Dang, I forgot to buy a ticket yesterday.. I knew someone else would win if I skipped a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf View Post
    Dang, I forgot to buy a ticket yesterday.. I knew someone else would win if I skipped a week.
    I'm the opposite. When I don't buy tickets, it always jackpots. When I do, somebody else then wins. It's a power I use judiciously.
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    I don't want to win the lottery. It ruins people's lives!!

    Please don't argue with me, anyone. This stance makes me feel better.....
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    #5
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    NOT winning the lottery probably ruins more peoples' lives.
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    I keep applying for mortgages on $1million homes using "future lottery winnings" as income. The mortgage companies, for some reason, consistently decline me. Not sure if there is a relationship between the source of income and decline notice.
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    NotDutra5 not winning not surprising.
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    #8
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    LOL -- not me. I have never heard of Lafayette, Tenn., as a matter of fact.
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    It turns out that the winners were 20 co-workers at a factory. They pooled their bucks to buy tickets, and each of them walks away with the cash value of "only" 12.7 million before taxes.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/...kpot/94612308/
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    Darn!! Don't you hate it when that happens.?
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