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Anyone playing the Mega Millions tonight? How many tickets did you buy?

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I bought 0 tickets. I guess I suck.

Yes you do. You should at least buy 50. :bonk:

Annual payout is around $15 million per year over the next 26 years.....Over 1/3rd of a billion dollars.

yes, for sure... i already played my numbers...330 mil!! what would you not be able to do with that kind of money?? not many things that's for sure...

good luck!

Click the link, they upped it to $355 mil

http://megamillions.com/


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I'm sure I will be playing. I haven't gotten home yet to be told I am though.


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Lotteries are for suckers. A lot of the poor blow what little money they have and the uneducated don't understand the concept of odds.

There's a sucker born every minute but at least it's a voluntary "tax" that pays for some government programs so I thank those who bought tickets. :yes:

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Lotteries are for suckers. A lot of the poor blow what little money they have and the uneducated don't understand the concept of odds.

There's a sucker born every minute but at least it's a voluntary "tax" that pays for some government programs so I thank those who bought tickets. :yes:

you sound like a BROKEN RECORD

I know I won't win but when it approaches $200 million I will donate a few volunteer tax dollars. It happens maybe once or twice a year....And you can't win if you don't play...


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you sound like a BROKEN RECORD

I know I won't win but when it approaches $200 million I will donate a few volunteer tax dollars. It happens maybe once or twice a year....And you can't win if you don't play...

I'm flattered.

My posting the same view on lotteries once a year can get to be too much but I'll be sure and use word substitution just for you next time.

You won't win so why not just send me your money? You'll feel better and I know I will.


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Our office bought 35 tickets collectively and will split the earning when we win ... yes, when. Not if! :lol:


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