Mega “Billion” Lottery

Gator By Marriage

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I actually met this guy once. His parents and mine were next door neighbors. Very funny dude.
 

deuce

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I forgot to buy my ticket......:gah:
 

CDGator

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We won the Megaball! :sohappy:



Literally, just the Megaball. Guess I’ll receive it in small bills. Two small bills. :facepalm:
 

URGatorBait

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Some fucher in IL won the whole thing
 

Nalt

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I'm going to hire the best and brightest EMP engineers and invent a portable, hand held, line of sight, EMP device to fry any car that doesn't use a turn signal.

80% of the cars in Jupiter will be FUBAR within a week.

or

Charter a plane to the top of the world and take a pic of me saying "I'm on top of the world! ".

or


....
I would love to do that only to zap the punks who play their "music" loud enough to be heard two counties away...
 

AuggieDosta

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Let my kids claim it and select the annuity option.

Then I'd buy a porsche.
 

MidwestChomp

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One of these days that trillion dollar bill is mine. Just don't go to Cuba if you get it.

 

CDGator

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Winner of $1.34bn Mega Millions jackpot STILL hasn't come forward to claim it one month later - as lottery bosses urge players to re-check their tickets in case they've struck gold​

  • A gas station on the outskirts of Chicago sold last month's winning Mega Million's ticket for a $1.3 billion jackpot, but so far the winner has not claimed it
  • The prize is the second largest lottery in U.S. history with the winner having 12 months to claim
  • The Illinois Department of the Lottery said it's possible the winner may not even know they won, and are encouraging everyone to double check their numbers
  • In some states the winner is forced to release the name of the winner placing the newly wealthy in danger, but in Illinois. that is not the case
  • State lottery officials allow prizes above $250,000 to be released anonymously
 

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