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Petzl
2018-03-30 20:26:39 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
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Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites

straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.

6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game

Now 34.25 cents a game?
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Jeßus
2018-03-30 22:41:52 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
de chucka
2018-03-30 22:57:12 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
Bet you do
Jeßus
2018-03-30 23:58:24 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
Bet you do
<rolls eyes>
de chucka
2018-03-31 01:38:18 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
Bet you do
<rolls eyes>
I know, sorry :-(
Jeßus
2018-03-31 02:03:05 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
Bet you do
<rolls eyes>
I know, sorry :-(
Your jokes are even worse than mine.
Max
2018-03-30 23:51:28 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
Jeßus
2018-03-30 23:59:23 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
Petzl
2018-03-31 00:13:40 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
I'm with you however why shut one down then allowing the other to
increase from 6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 92.5 cents a game to
now a $3.425 cents a game. Now $20.55 for 6 games.
Shut them both down
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Jeßus
2018-03-31 02:02:14 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
I'm with you however why shut one down then allowing the other to
increase from 6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 92.5 cents a game to
now a $3.425 cents a game. Now $20.55 for 6 games.
Shut them both down
We can agree on that.
b***@topmail.co.nz
2018-03-31 03:26:00 UTC
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Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
If you bet on Lottoland, you create a few jobs in Darwin. The rest goes
to scumbags in a tax haven.
At least with state-sanctioned Lotto, some money dribbles to charities.
Petzl
2018-03-31 03:34:23 UTC
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Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
If you bet on Lottoland, you create a few jobs in Darwin. The rest goes
to scumbags in a tax haven.
At least with state-sanctioned Lotto, some money dribbles to charities.
"The Lott" moved from NSW to Queensland tax haven scumbags!
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Petzl
Try saying a simple Grace for meals.
Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
Jeßus
2018-03-31 07:15:10 UTC
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Poor people already get ripped off by gambling, regardless of the
cost.
If you bet on Lottoland, you create a few jobs in Darwin. The rest goes
to scumbags in a tax haven.
At least with state-sanctioned Lotto, some money dribbles to charities.
I didn't know that but I was only thinking before it'd at least be
something if some did go to charities. Anyone know what % does go to
charity?
news18
2018-03-31 01:00:33 UTC
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You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
It isn't compulsory to purchase any form of gambling.
If people can not afford to loose the money they bet, then they shouldn't
gamble. TANSTAAFL.
Petzl
2018-03-31 03:03:47 UTC
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You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
It isn't compulsory to purchase any form of gambling.
If people can not afford to loose the money they bet, then they shouldn't
gamble. TANSTAAFL.
These scammers know before ticket is drawn what numbers are needed to
lose or win.
You suggest "they" are honest?

Some time ago a old retired Campbelltown guy bought a ticket in Lotto
to find he had won 2 million dollars. When he went to Macarthur Square
newsagent to confirm the ticket. He was told with a smile, "sorry this
ticket was cancelled"
https://www.smh.com.au/news/national/pensioner-wins-2m-twice--the-second-time-in-court/2008/01/30/1201369229568.html
http://tinyurl.com/y854ulor

This whole crowd sound crooked to me.
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Petzl
Try saying a simple Grace for meals.
Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
felix
2018-03-31 01:13:44 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
--
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de chucka
2018-03-31 01:40:37 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Pez is complaining that small cost is increasing. My $10 on the lottery
every so often does allow to dream.

By the way the lottery is the best option
Petzl
2018-03-31 03:12:42 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Pez is complaining that small cost is increasing. My $10 on the lottery
every so often does allow to dream.
By the way the lottery is the best option
minimum price for game was
The game is rigged with zero chances of winning it is a con.
Yes they allow one to dream
was minimum
6 GAMES $5.55
now since killing competition
same 6 games
$20.55 for 6 games

both give you zero chance of winning
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Petzl
Try saying a simple Grace for meals.
Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
felix
2018-03-31 03:41:53 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance
to become rich.
Pez is complaining that small cost is increasing. My $10 on the
lottery every so often does allow to dream.
By the way the lottery is the best option
best option for what? getting rich?
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de chucka
2018-03-31 03:49:15 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance
to become rich.
Pez is complaining that small cost is increasing. My $10 on the
lottery every so often does allow to dream.
By the way the lottery is the best option
best option for what? getting rich?
best option if you're going to gamble
Jeßus
2018-03-31 02:01:23 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
de chucka
2018-03-31 02:16:15 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
However if you are talking of a decent win on the horses/dogs you need
to do some fancy bets and the odds increase massively.

Nothing is for free and the house always wins
Jeßus
2018-03-31 02:43:15 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
However if you are talking of a decent win on the horses/dogs you need
to do some fancy bets and the odds increase massively.
Nothing is for free and the house always wins
Indeed, I just steer clear of gambling entirely.
felix
2018-03-31 03:50:00 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
However if you are talking of a decent win on the horses/dogs you need
to do some fancy bets and the odds increase massively.
Nothing is for free and the house always wins
lotteries are good because you don't need to know anything. it all
depends on luck, so you have as much chance as anyone of winning a
prize. even if you don't win, just by being in it allows you to dream,
and you have the possibility of winning- until they tell you you haven't
won anything of course :)
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news18
2018-03-31 05:10:57 UTC
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lotteries are good because you don't need to know anything. it all
depends on luck, so you have as much chance as anyone of winning a
prize. even if you don't win, just by being in it allows you to dream,
and you have the possibility of winning- until they tell you you haven't
won anything of course :)
You should do yourself a favour and think about what you posted. I
strongly doubt if any other poster is as gullible as you.
FWIW, giving someone else monet to dream is suppossedly the oldest
profession.
felix
2018-03-31 03:46:45 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races.
yeah but you need to  know form, tracks, history, etc.,
Post by Jeßus
You have virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
ppl have won major prizes with just one 50c ticket, so no. I tend to go
for the smaller lotteries that offer better odds tho

this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-bikes-caravans.html
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
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2018-03-31 03:52:18 UTC
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Post by Petzl
28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races.
yeah but you need to  know form, tracks, history, etc.,
Post by Jeßus
  You have virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
ppl have won major prizes with just one 50c ticket, so no. I tend to go
for the smaller lotteries that offer better odds tho
this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-bikes-caravans.html
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Any idea of how much of of your ticket's price the sick kids get
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2018-03-31 03:57:22 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races.
yeah but you need to  know form, tracks, history, etc.,
Post by Jeßus
  You have virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
ppl have won major prizes with just one 50c ticket, so no. I tend to
go for the smaller lotteries that offer better odds tho
this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-bikes-caravans.html
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Any idea of how much of of your ticket's price the sick kids get
no, but it's just one of their activities and "100% of all direct
donations to Kids with Cancer Foundation are passed on to struggling
families of kids with cancer and to children's hospitals where they are
treated"
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2018-03-31 05:15:26 UTC
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no, but it's just one of their activities and "100% of all direct
donations to Kids with Cancer Foundation are passed on to struggling
families of kids with cancer and to children's hospitals where they are
treated"
It doesn't say that anyhthing of the cost of the ticket goes to kids with
cancer. It says if you make a DIRECT donation, then it goes to kids, but
buying the ticket will gomto the mob running the lottery, with a bit to
the fouindation for their admin expenses, anda bit to prizes, which I
guess are mostly donated to the promoters.
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2018-03-31 06:18:41 UTC
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no, but it's just one of their activities and "100% of all direct
donations to Kids with Cancer Foundation are passed on to struggling
families of kids with cancer and to children's hospitals where they are
treated"
It doesn't say that anyhthing of the cost of the ticket goes to kids with
cancer. It says if you make a DIRECT donation, then it goes to kids, but
buying the ticket will gomto the mob running the lottery, with a bit to
the fouindation for their admin expenses, anda bit to prizes, which I
guess are mostly donated to the promoters.
They use ticket sellers paid on commission and less than 50% goes to the
chariot, BTW the RFSA lottery is worse when it comes to how much money
gets to the Brigades

https://www.smh.com.au/healthcare/hospital-refuses-to-accept-cancer-charitys-donations-20120113-1pzcr.html
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2018-03-31 11:12:22 UTC
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no, but it's just one of their activities and "100% of all direct
donations to Kids with Cancer Foundation are passed on to struggling
families of kids with cancer and to children's hospitals where they are
treated"
It doesn't say that anyhthing of the cost of the ticket goes to kids with
cancer. It says if you make a DIRECT donation, then it goes to kids, but
buying the ticket will gomto the mob running the lottery, with a bit to
the fouindation for their admin expenses, anda bit to prizes, which I
guess are mostly donated to the promoters.
They use ticket sellers paid on commission and less than 50% goes to
the chariot,
so what.

"The Kids with Cancer Foundation has given more than $13 million to
eight Australian hospitals, and hundreds of families since it started in
Sydney in 1998."
Post by de chucka
BTW the RFSA lottery is worse when it comes to how much money gets to
the Brigades
https://www.smh.com.au/healthcare/hospital-refuses-to-accept-cancer-charitys-donations-20120113-1pzcr.html
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2018-03-31 05:12:33 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-
bikes-caravans.html
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, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
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2018-03-31 06:20:24 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-
bikes-caravans.html
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, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
In NSW the state licenses these things

https://www.onegov.nsw.gov.au/new/Categories/promotion-lotteries-fundraising
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a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
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2018-03-31 11:06:31 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-holidays-bikes-caravans.html
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
--
"memento mori, memento vivere"
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2018-03-31 12:39:32 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
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Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to
promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
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2018-03-31 19:52:43 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
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2018-03-31 21:41:33 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
To be fair there are a lot of small family charities around. I'm
director of one and the regulations involved are strict. For instance
you need an appointed "responsible person" approved by whichever Dept.
covers these things and we actually run our ours under Australian
Philanthropic. To be fair our expenses are simple and Directors don't
get anything.

However a lot of charities are very suss in the amount of money that
never sees the intended people IMHO eg RFSA
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2018-03-31 22:23:49 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
To be fair there are a lot of small family charities around. I'm
director of one and the regulations involved are strict. For instance
you need an appointed "responsible person" approved by whichever Dept.
covers these things and we actually run our ours under Australian
Philanthropic. To be fair our expenses are simple and Directors don't
get anything.
However a lot of charities are very suss in the amount of money that
never sees the intended people IMHO eg RFSA
I didn't mean to suggest all charities are scams, but I would say a
very significant percentage (maybe more than half) are simply there to
create self-employment via admin/managerial duties. That's IMO anyway.
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2018-03-31 22:31:00 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
To be fair there are a lot of small family charities around. I'm
director of one and the regulations involved are strict. For instance
you need an appointed "responsible person" approved by whichever Dept.
covers these things and we actually run our ours under Australian
Philanthropic. To be fair our expenses are simple and Directors don't
get anything.
However a lot of charities are very suss in the amount of money that
never sees the intended people IMHO eg RFSA
I didn't mean to suggest all charities are scams, but I would say a
very significant percentage (maybe more than half) are simply there to
create self-employment via admin/managerial duties. That's IMO anyway.
I agree I was just pointing out one reason for the large numbers of
charities in Australia. To take it further, lots of RFS brigades, Surf
lifesaving clubs, SES units etc are/can be set up as charities to
receive tax-deductible gifts. My Brigade couldn't be bothered as it is
to much hassle
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2018-03-31 22:33:21 UTC
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
To be fair there are a lot of small family charities around. I'm
director of one and the regulations involved are strict. For instance
you need an appointed "responsible person" approved by whichever Dept.
covers these things and we actually run our ours under Australian
Philanthropic. To be fair our expenses are simple and Directors don't
get anything.
However a lot of charities are very suss in the amount of money that
never sees the intended people IMHO eg RFSA
I didn't mean to suggest all charities are scams, but I would say a
very significant percentage (maybe more than half) are simply there to
create self-employment via admin/managerial duties. That's IMO anyway.
flawed opinion. but then you're a cynic, so to be expected
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this is one I buy tickets in -
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/purchase-tickets/cars-boats-
holidays-bikes-caravans.html
Post by felix
Post by news18
Post by felix
, and you're helping sick kids by doing so
Who is certifying that it is run legitimately?
a lot of those have been found tgo be sus; winners related to promoters,
etc.
https://www.kidswithcancer.org.au/about-us/who-we-are.html
That doesn't answer the question in any way shape or form.
all it tells me that there is a pile of suckers around.
Hint, which sportman was it that had a similar charity that actually
spent all the money on paying him and providing lavish parties with SFA
going to the people it was claimed to.
Charities - now there's another scam. Well, a real minefield in terms
of legitimate at least anyway. 64000 registered charities in Australia
alone... Gee, I wonder why that is?
To be fair there are a lot of small family charities around. I'm
director of one and the regulations involved are strict. For instance
you need an appointed "responsible person" approved by whichever Dept.
covers these things and we actually run our ours under Australian
Philanthropic. To be fair our expenses are simple and Directors don't
get anything.
However a lot of charities are very suss in the amount of money that
never sees the intended people IMHO eg RFSA
I didn't mean to suggest all charities are scams, but I would say a
very significant percentage (maybe more than half) are simply there to
create self-employment via admin/managerial duties. That's IMO anyway.
flawed opinion. but then you're a cynic, so to be expected
Being cynical/sceptical is a healthy and rational approach.

And of course - absolutely nothing forthcoming from you to disprove my
contention. So, you genuinely believe that most charities are truly
legit?
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2018-03-31 05:08:05 UTC
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
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2018-03-31 07:13:49 UTC
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
They are all a mugs game. Many competent mathematicians have crunched the
number repeatedly and you end up behind. The house and fraud makes sure
of that.
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
They are all a mugs game. Many competent mathematicians have crunched the
number repeatedly and you end up behind. The house and fraud makes sure
of that.
Correct. All gambling is a mugs game, but 1000 to 1 odds on the horses
has to be batter than 1000000000000 to 1 odds with lotto.
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
They are all a mugs game. Many competent mathematicians have crunched the
number repeatedly and you end up behind. The house and fraud makes sure
of that.
Newsagents often just cancel your lottery ticket and put that money in
their back pocket. So buy online if you must!

Some time ago a old retired Campbelltown guy bought a ticket in Lotto
to find he had won 2 million dollars. When he went to Macarthur Square
newsagent to confirm the ticket. He was told with a smile, "sorry this
ticket was cancelled"
https://www.smh.com.au/news/national/pensioner-wins-2m-twice--the-second-time-in-court/2008/01/30/1201369229568.html
http://tinyurl.com/y854ulor
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Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
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2018-03-31 21:43:15 UTC
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
They are all a mugs game. Many competent mathematicians have crunched the
number repeatedly and you end up behind. The house and fraud makes sure
of that.
Newsagents often just cancel your lottery ticket and put that money in
their back pocket. So buy online if you must!
No they don't
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Some time ago a old retired Campbelltown guy bought a ticket in Lotto
to find he had won 2 million dollars. When he went to Macarthur Square
newsagent to confirm the ticket. He was told with a smile, "sorry this
ticket was cancelled"
https://www.smh.com.au/news/national/pensioner-wins-2m-twice--the-second-time-in-court/2008/01/30/1201369229568.html
http://tinyurl.com/y854ulor
Have you read your cite this was a screw up not a rip=off
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2018-03-31 21:58:24 UTC
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Better odds of getting a return on horse or dog races. You have
virtually NO chance of winning a major lottery.
Returns on the doggies or horsies are not random. Stats don't back up
your claim.
Of course they're not random - that was my point.
They are all a mugs game. Many competent mathematicians have crunched the
number repeatedly and you end up behind. The house and fraud makes sure
of that.
Newsagents often just cancel your lottery ticket and put that money in
their back pocket. So buy online if you must!
No they don't
happened to me on a $800 win bought at official Lotto agency
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Some time ago a old retired Campbelltown guy bought a ticket in Lotto
to find he had won 2 million dollars. When he went to Macarthur Square
newsagent to confirm the ticket. He was told with a smile, "sorry this
ticket was cancelled"
https://www.smh.com.au/news/national/pensioner-wins-2m-twice--the-second-time-in-court/2008/01/30/1201369229568.html
http://tinyurl.com/y854ulor
Have you read your cite this was a screw up not a rip=off
That's the news agents claim, it was the GOOD ticket that was canceled
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Petzl
Try saying a simple Grace for meals.
Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
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2018-03-31 05:05:34 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
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2018-03-31 11:04:10 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
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2018-03-31 11:47:43 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.

99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.

I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the lottery
- $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth something
- but he is no longer a millionaire.

Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
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2018-03-31 19:44:17 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
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Try saying a simple Grace for meals.
Dear Lord, thank you for this food, but most of all Lord thank you for making America great again.
Through Christ our Lord we pray.

Amen..
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2018-03-31 21:45:20 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Me
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Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Ah it is all 'The Brave New World "lottery or was that 1984?

Yes I do know a winner
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2018-03-31 22:00:17 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Me
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Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Ah it is all 'The Brave New World "lottery or was that 1984?
Yes I do know a winner
Since when are you believable!
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2018-03-31 22:12:53 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Me
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Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Ah it is all 'The Brave New World "lottery or was that 1984?
Yes I do know a winner
Since when are you believable!
How's your little tank, flamethrower, secret direct line to ASIO etc going
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2018-03-31 22:32:26 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Me
Post by Petzl
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Ah it is all 'The Brave New World "lottery or was that 1984?
Yes I do know a winner
Since when are you believable!
How's your little tank, flamethrower, secret direct line to ASIO etc going
proves my point
"Since when are you believable!"
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Tiberius Caesar who reigned for 22 years,
and his last year was AD 37. wrote:

"The extremities of Spain, the various parts of Gaul, the regions of
Britain which have never been penetrated by Roman arms, have received
the religion of Christ."
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2018-03-31 22:20:09 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Actually my parents won first (shared) prize in Tattslotto many years
ago, equivalent to about $250,000 in today's money
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2018-03-31 22:39:38 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Actually my parents won first (shared) prize in Tattslotto many years
ago, equivalent to about $250,000 in today's money
Times were different then.
Had a Croatian mate who was buying a syndicate ticket with some other
Croatians after years they were one of a number winners. He then went
to continue the syndicate but none of the others would, so he
continued alone and won again.
The other Croatians now have a death contract on him for not sharing
in prize?
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A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot
survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable,
for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves
amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling
through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself
For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar
to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he
appeals to the basenessthat lies deep in the hearts of all men. He
rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night
to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so
that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.

- Marcus Tullius Cicero
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Actually my parents won first (shared) prize in Tattslotto many years
ago, equivalent to about $250,000 in today's money
Years ago when times were nicer
Now to get ahead and rich this is how
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5576421/Millionaire-public-housing-fraudster-forced-Centrelink-benefits.html
http://tinyurl.com/ycalu78b
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Islamists behave the same way wherever they are allowed to infest.
They share tips and tricks on how to cheat the infidel. One of these
tips is that infidels never want to believe the extent and cynicism of
the islamist hatred toward them and to the west and its people. If the
infidel is given a choice between fighting for the truth with an
islamist, or paying him compensation as "piss off" money, they will
always take the latter. Another is that their religion sanctions any
illegal activity.
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Investing wisely.
99% or more of the millionaires of the world didn't get to be
millionaires by buying lottery tickets. They made their own luck.
I only personally know only one person who had a big win on the
lottery - $1.2 million back when a million dollars was actually worth
something - but he is no longer a millionaire.
Easy come, easy go - as the saying goes.
so my question remains unanswered. what 'investment' can potentially
turn $5 (the price of a lottery ticket) in millions of $$$? the answer
would be none. bitcoin maybe, but that boat has sailed. you're just
arguing for the sake of arguing.
How many you know who even know someone, who knows someone, who knows
someone, etc, who has won 1st prize in a Australian lottery?
Yells me it's a scam, supposedly 4 draws a week makes 208 winners each
year. last ten years 2080 winners and you or neighbors know no one,
right?
Actually my parents won first (shared) prize in Tattslotto many years
ago, equivalent to about $250,000 in today's money
Years ago when times were nicer
Now to get ahead and rich this is how
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5576421/Millionaire-public-housing-fraudster-forced-Centrelink-benefits.html
http://tinyurl.com/ycalu78b
have alook at the face on it..
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Actually my parents won first (shared) prize in Tattslotto many years
ago, equivalent to about $250,000 in today's money
Years ago when times were nicer
Now to get ahead and rich this is how
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5576421/Millionaire-public-housing-fraudster-forced-Centrelink-benefits.html
http://tinyurl.com/ycalu78b
have alook at the face on it..
You claimed your $55 million yet?
https://au.news.yahoo.com/a/39724685/melbourne-55m-powerball-winner-has-98-days-to-claim/
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The alternative to Manus is many hundreds of children drowning.
Stupid sick Greens want a drownings policy.
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance
to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
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2018-03-31 12:57:56 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance
to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
wonderful! $5 compounding @ 3% pa would grow to about $20 in 50 years.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
and plenty of lotteries with much better odds. no one needs to win $50
million to set themselves up for life. just a few mill will do
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
and plenty of lotteries with much better odds. no one needs to win $50
million to set themselves up for life. just a few mill will do
I thought for cash lotteries these were the best odds of winning big.
Certainly better than lotto, powerball etc
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2018-03-31 22:36:46 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
and plenty of lotteries with much better odds. no one needs to win
$50 million to set themselves up for life. just a few mill will do
I thought for cash lotteries these were the best odds of winning big.
Certainly better than lotto, powerball etc
these? what, the 'NSW jackpot'? I have no idea. I'm not in NSW, and
mostly I don't go in for big odds lotteries. just the odd flutter now
and then
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2018-03-31 23:11:33 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
and plenty of lotteries with much better odds. no one needs to win
$50 million to set themselves up for life. just a few mill will do
I thought for cash lotteries these were the best odds of winning big.
Certainly better than lotto, powerball etc
these? what, the 'NSW jackpot'?
As I was obviously referring to that YES

I have no idea. I'm not in NSW, and
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mostly I don't go in for big odds lotteries. just the odd flutter now
and then
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
1 : 18,385,876 to win the Jackpot in the NSW $2 jackpot
1 : 9,483,167 for the $5 one
and plenty of lotteries with much better odds. no one needs to win
$50 million to set themselves up for life. just a few mill will do
I thought for cash lotteries these were the best odds of winning
big. Certainly better than lotto, powerball etc
these? what, the 'NSW jackpot'?
As I was obviously referring to that YES
I thought there may have been more
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I have no idea. I'm not in NSW, and
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mostly I don't go in for big odds lotteries. just the odd flutter now
and then
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2018-03-31 22:16:24 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..

1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!

2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in

3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.

I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)

oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
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2018-03-31 22:20:42 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
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2018-03-31 22:22:47 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
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2018-03-31 22:31:45 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are nothing
but criticism, insults, or abuse
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2018-03-31 23:57:17 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are nothing
but criticism, insults, or abuse
90% of replies to *you* are, for good reason of course.

felix believes Monster cables are 'industry standard'. He also
believes different DVDRs and HDMI cables can produce different picture
quality. There's a long line of pearlers like these from felix. Hence
my 'monster cable logic' comment.
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2018-04-01 00:12:51 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are nothing
but criticism, insults, or abuse
90% of replies to *you* are, for good reason of course.
felix believes Monster cables are 'industry standard'. He also
believes different DVDRs and HDMI cables can produce different picture
quality. There's a long line of pearlers like these from felix. Hence
my 'monster cable logic' comment.
except there is nothing illogical about my reply to news18. you're just
demonstrating your own illogicity.
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2018-04-01 00:11:30 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are nothing
but criticism, insults, or abuse
I agree. He is a sour person. What do you think his problem is?
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2018-04-01 00:15:00 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are
nothing but criticism, insults, or abuse
I agree. He is a sour person.
indeed he is :)
Post by Max
What do you think his problem is?
who knows. who cares. we would need to know more of his personal
circumstances to form a proper diagnoses.
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2018-04-01 00:38:30 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
he doesn't even know the meaning of logic. 90% of his posts are nothing
but criticism, insults, or abuse
I agree. He is a sour person. What do you think his problem is?
Not sour, just a straight shooter. You two in particular have a
consistent history of stupid or ill-thought out comments, hence the
general tone of my replies to you both.
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2018-03-31 23:54:06 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
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2018-03-31 23:58:12 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker

Now vote One Nation
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Audio snake oil. Cables can and do make a difference with analogue
signals - but often certain brands are completely full of shit and are
just poor value. Monster cables are one of those. According to felix,
Monster cables are the 'industry standard'. The guys at Harvey Norman
said so, apparently. LOL.
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2018-04-01 00:29:41 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Audio snake oil. Cables can and do make a difference with analogue
signals - but often certain brands are completely full of shit and are
just poor value. Monster cables are one of those. According to felix,
Monster cables are the 'industry standard'. The guys at Harvey Norman
said so, apparently. LOL.
The signal going from the amp to the speaker is not digital.
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2018-04-01 00:34:14 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Audio snake oil. Cables can and do make a difference with analogue
signals - but often certain brands are completely full of shit and are
just poor value. Monster cables are one of those. According to felix,
Monster cables are the 'industry standard'. The guys at Harvey Norman
said so, apparently. LOL.
The signal going from the amp to the speaker is not digital.
<rolls eyes>. It can be, but usually isn't. Apart from that, I'm not
sure what your counterpoint is in relation to.
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Now vote One Nation
audio and video cables do affect A/V performance. it's a fact. I have a
lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V setups, and it's not
necessarily 'better' or more expensive cables that produce better results
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Now vote One Nation
audio and video cables do affect A/V performance. it's a fact. I have a
lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V setups,
LOL. Here we go again.
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and it's not
necessarily 'better' or more expensive cables that produce better results
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Now vote One Nation
audio and video cables do affect A/V performance. it's a fact. I have a
lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V setups, and it's not
necessarily 'better' or more expensive cables that produce better results
Get out of here felix. Someone who knows what they are talking about
understands that you can't see different colours, clarity or saturation
depending on what brand of HDMI cable or DVD media you buy.

Digital signals do not work that way.

Monster cable simply is *not* industry standard and as far as speaker
cable goes, what might make a measurable difference does not equate to
an audible difference that humans can perceive.

In a double blind trial I bet most audiophools wouldn't be able to pick
fencing wire from monster speaker cable and you wouldn't be able to pick
a $3 HDMI cable from a Monster HDMI cable meeting the same spec.
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2018-04-01 22:27:16 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Now vote One Nation
audio and video cables do affect A/V performance. it's a fact. I have a
lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V setups, and it's not
necessarily 'better' or more expensive cables that produce better results
Get out of here felix. Someone who knows what they are talking about
understands that you can't see different colours, clarity or saturation
depending on what brand of HDMI cable or DVD media you buy.
Digital signals do not work that way.
Monster cable simply is *not* industry standard and as far as speaker
cable goes, what might make a measurable difference does not equate to
an audible difference that humans can perceive.
In a double blind trial I bet most audiophools wouldn't be able to pick
fencing wire from monster speaker cable and you wouldn't be able to pick
a $3 HDMI cable from a Monster HDMI cable meeting the same spec.
What was felix's ' lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V
setups' again?
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2018-04-04 11:03:17 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the
chance to become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be
large,
the chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of
return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
hmmm.. wonder how long it would take to reach $5 million? you're talking
nonsense
Nope. compare that $20 ahead to how much you'll spend and be behind after
$5/week for 20 years.
Hint, what are your chance is winning this $5M? About 1 in 1,00o billion?
just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
There's that 'monster cable' logic again.
what is 'monster cable' logic?
Oh, it's a long story. But felix knows what I'm referring to.
A con put to HiFi enthusiasts that you NEED thick copper cable from
amp to speaker
Now vote One Nation
audio and video cables do affect A/V performance. it's a fact. I have a
lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V setups, and it's not
necessarily 'better' or more expensive cables that produce better results
Get out of here felix. Someone who knows what they are talking about
understands that you can't see different colours, clarity or saturation
depending on what brand of HDMI cable or DVD media you buy.
Digital signals do not work that way.
Monster cable simply is *not* industry standard and as far as speaker
cable goes, what might make a measurable difference does not equate to
an audible difference that humans can perceive.
In a double blind trial I bet most audiophools wouldn't be able to pick
fencing wire from monster speaker cable and you wouldn't be able to pick
a $3 HDMI cable from a Monster HDMI cable meeting the same spec.
What was felix's ' lot of experience with cables in domestic A/V
setups' again?
He doesn't say.
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2018-04-01 02:44:59 UTC
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just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
You don't know that.
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2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
No lottery/gambling is a form of investment.
Post by felix
3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
It isn't about there being any winnings, but whether you will win.
Post by felix
I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
That is another few reasons why I have money and you are forced to
frequent maccas and lottery offices. also why I'll continue to do so
after the highly unlikely event you ever win.
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oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
Seee ya in 50 years.
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2018-04-01 03:47:29 UTC
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just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
You don't know that.
well 70 years then, or 100. the point is that your argument is
ridiculous. there are no investments that can do anything with $5 to
create wealth other than a lottery
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2. the odds depend on what lottery you 'invest' in
No lottery/gambling is a form of investment.
which is why I put it in inverted commas, because it's not a normal
investment, but it is an investment in the sense that you invest in the
possibility of winning. or maybe this is all too hard for you to understand?
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3. and the clincher.. you're assuming there will be no winnings.
It isn't about there being any winnings, but whether you will win.
winning isn't guaranteed. you buy a chance to win.
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I could be dining in luxury on the French Riveria while you're still
waiting for your $5 to grow to $20 so you can afford to lash out in
Maccas :)
That is another few reasons why I have money and you are forced to
frequent maccas and lottery offices. also why I'll continue to do so
after the highly unlikely event you ever win.
what? I suggest you re-read what i wrote.
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oh sorry, you wont be able to do that. you'll be dead!
Seee ya in 50 years.
I won't be here..
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2018-04-01 04:00:00 UTC
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just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
You don't know that.
well 70 years then, or 100. the point is that your argument is
ridiculous. there are no investments that can do anything with $5 to
create wealth other than a lottery
Tell that to those that bought $5 worth of bitcoin 10 years ago.
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2018-04-01 12:28:29 UTC
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just a few points sir, for your consideration..
1. you won't be alive in 50 years to spend your $20!
You don't know that.
well 70 years then, or 100. the point is that your argument is
ridiculous. there are no investments that can do anything with $5 to
create wealth other than a lottery
Tell that to those that bought $5 worth of bitcoin 10 years ago.
I've already mentioned it. do try to keep up..
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Fran
2018-04-02 03:04:02 UTC
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like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Compound interest has a higher definite return.
:-)) I was in the local news agency one day when someone spent over $30
on one of those ball games Lotto? Powerball? or whatever they are
called. After the person left, I made the observation that I thought
$30 was a lot of money to shell out on that sort of thing and the
response I got was that the person spent that amount regularly and a
somewhat disapproving look from the agency owner.

We both knew the person and they are as poor as a church mouse. Now I
can understand felix' comment about spending on gambling being a form of
dreaming about making it big and ending up rich (a silly dream IMO) but
$30 put away each week/fortnight for a few weeks then used to start some
form of investment or even to pay down debt would be a much smarter
option for this poor person.

No wonder the poor stay poor if they are prepared to in effect just
throw away $30 on a dream. Getting rich takes effort and discipline.
Jeßus
2018-03-31 19:47:08 UTC
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lotteries aren't a rip off. for a small cost they give you the chance to
become rich.
You are chasing a fallacy. Whilst the maximum return might be large, the
chance of that return is miniscule. There are better rates of return.
like what? what else can potentially turn $5 into $5 million
Hahaha... Oh dear.
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2018-03-31 02:42:46 UTC
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https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
No, they are probably poor because they gamble,(self inflicted)
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2018-03-31 03:50:29 UTC
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https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
No, they are probably poor because they gamble,(self inflicted)
moderation in all things..
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2018-03-31 03:54:18 UTC
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https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or  http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55  6 Game  Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
I couldn't give a flying fuck what they do to the cost of gambling.
You don't care about poor people getting ripped off by the lotteries?
No, they are probably poor because they gamble,(self inflicted)
bogans weekly activity: get Centrelink, buy smokes, buy booze, go to the
pokies.
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"memento mori, memento vivere"
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2018-03-31 03:59:39 UTC
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28th March 2018
https://www.smartcompany.com.au/business-advice/politics/australian-newsagents-celebrate-dodgy-overseas-lottery-betting-sites-outlawed/
or http://tinyurl.com/y93u2tom
Australian newsagents celebrate as government acts to outlaw “dodgy”
lottery betting sites
straight away
28th March 2018
https://thelott.com/powerball/play
Until further notice, entries into Draw 1144 (Thu,19 Apr 2018) and
beyond will not be available for purchase. To allow big prizes and
more winners in every draw, the price of playing Powerball will also
increase by 25 cents per game (plus commission) from Friday 13 April*.
6 GAMES $5.55 6 Game Standard Entry 9.25 cents a game
Now 34.25 cents a game?
The Australian goverment has always been very worried about losing the
money from lotteries not surprising as many overseas lotteries give the
punter better value.

Having said this no lottery is a good investment,
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