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Wish You Won The Lottery?

Think again....it can be VERY lonely.

http://www.cnn.com/2007/LIVING/wayoflife/09/13/lottery.nightmare.ap/index.html

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Charmaine Day:

Everyone has their demons.

CAT:

Wendy....i was gonna say the same thing.

Booo friggggin hooo

He was RICH before this powerball win. So i dont want to hear the whines now. We are trying to live on my 182.00 a week w.c. check and rent is 135.00 a week...not much left....and buying a tent is in the picture soon.
We are behind on bills,
and i already had my phone shut off.
So i agree....if he is soooo dang UNHAPPY....SEND IT MY WAY.....I COULD REALLY USE IT.
AND NOT FOR DRUGS OR BOOZE.
WE DONT DO THAT CRAP.
WE NEED THE MONEY TO LIVE DUDE...SO PLZ SEND IT TO ME AND WENDY.

wendy:

Boo fricking hoo.What a load of excuse's.He was wealthy before he hit the big lottery win and was already having problem's.The big question,can money buy happiness?If you've ever been homeless(and i was, and it wasn't cause i did drug's or drank)then you know money can buy happiness.By happiness i mean you know you won't be sleeping on the street's(or getting attacked out there).I think he stated he paid $16.000 on a car paint job before he hit the lottery so money doesn't really mean a thing to him.If he think's that money is such a jinx send it my way dude,lol.I hope his daughter goes back into remission again.

Wayne Federline:

I have to win the lottery, so I can buy more tickets!

Joyce Elaine:

I think his problems does not come from the money..It comes from the booze and the drugs...

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