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  1. MommaStar March 30, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Funny. My husband and I just had this talk last night. Sadly I've been putting dollars in twice a week since 4 weeks ago. I'm so tired of putting out every week and not getting a return for it, but there's that scared feeling that I won't win if I don't play factor. Le sigh.

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  2. Yankeegal March 30, 2012 at 7:15 pm

    I love thinking about all of the good you could do with that kind of cash. We have so many people that we know that are struggling financially-I would love to be able to help them. It is sooooo much money-you would have to give a lot of it away.

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  3. Penelope March 30, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    First thing I would do is hire a lawyer and change my phone number!

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  4. Tasmanian Minimalist March 30, 2012 at 11:55 pm

    I occasionally play. I would play more often, only I forget to buy a ticket usually.

    My philosophy is this- If it's not my time to win, someone else usually does and I am pleased to be able to help someone else who might need it every bit as much as I do. I guess it's sort of, the community coffers type thing.

    I think that to be prosperous you have to want it for everyone else too and not begrudge others' success.

    When I do win however, I will give most of my winnings away to my family and friends.

    Parents, in laws, siblings, kids. Trust funds set up, a good lawyer to sort out any legal issues, small modest wabi-sabi home right by the ocean waves, a new computer…and as a result I would be able to work on a volunteer basis for a charity.

    I would not go on a spending spree on clothes, cars, shit like that…though I would try to have the divine Bruce Parry on a permanent leash for my amusement !!! LOL- no I wouldn't, but just thought I'd try a little joke xx

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    1. Valerie February 9, 2013 at 2:28 pm

      That’s the first thing I thought,if I won. Then I started to wonder how many people would show up as part of my family…….Your second cousin on your brother in-laws’ mothers’ side….Wow. then I’ld be rich in family?? XD

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      1. Anna Newell Jones Post author February 27, 2013 at 5:51 pm

        haha! true!

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  5. jefferson March 31, 2012 at 5:50 am

    we ended up buying worth of tickets for tonight's drawing.. i don't know why we did it.. it is kinda like paying for the few hours that we spend fantasizing about what it would be like to win the money..

    i know the odds and everything, just like everyone else.. i am unsure why we are all so willing to toss money into the wind :)

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  6. Anna Newell Jones March 31, 2012 at 5:54 am

    Because it's fun to dream & hope. Plus they've got that crazy amazing slogan that everyone thinks about when they're trying to decide if they should play or not:)

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  7. Eric April 2, 2012 at 6:25 pm

    This was my first time buying a lotto ticket since I turned 18. I went in on a pool with some friends at each. We lost, but it was fun to dream.

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Winner of 0 million lottery says she made a 'huge mistake'

John Bacon Published 10:32 AM ET Tue, 6 Feb 2018 Updated 11:16 AM ET Tue, 6 Feb 2018 USA Today Steven Senne | AP A customer departs Reeds Ferry Market convenience store, Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018, in Merrimack, N.H. A lone Powerball ticket sold at the convenience store matched all six numbers and will claim a 0 million jackpot.

A New Hampshire woman who bought a Powerball ticket worth 0 million last month is fighting to remain anonymous, saying in a lawsuit that releasing her name would "constitute a significant invasion of her privacy."

The woman filed suit against the New Hampshire Lottery Commission under the pseudonym Jane Doe. She says she made a "huge mistake" when she signed her real name on the back of the ticket before contacting a lawyer, who told her she could have remained anonymous had she established a trust and then had a trustee sign the ticket.

The lawsuit, filed last week, describes the woman as an "engaged community member."

"She wishes to continue this work and the freedom to walk into a grocery store or attend public events without being known or targeted as the winner of a half-billion dollars," the complaint said. It adds that she plans on remaining in New Hampshire and giving back "to the state and community that has given so much to her."

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The woman is represented by the law firm of Shaheen and Gordon. William Shaheen wrote a blogpost Jan. 8, two days after the drawing, that shines a spotlight on the difficulties the lawsuit might face.

"Don't sign that back of the ticket because if you sign it you lost confidentiality," he says. "It becomes public, and you lost the option of staying anonymous."

The woman has not yet claimed the prize, and the lawsuit says the fight for her anonymity is costing her a fortune in interest.

The New Hampshire Lottery, however, is standing firm.

"The New Hampshire Lottery understands that winning a 0 million Powerball jackpot is a life-changing occurrence," Charlie McIntyre, the New Hampshire Lottery's executive director, said in a statement. "Having awarded numerous Powerball jackpots over the years, we also understand that the procedures in place for prize claimants are critically important for the security and integrity of the lottery, our players and our games."

McIntyre said he understands the winner's desire to keep her name out of the media. But he said the state attorney general's office has advised him that "the lottery must proceed in accordance its rules and by state law in processing this claim like any other."

Jane Doe won the Powerball drawing Jan. 6. The ticket was bought at Reeds Ferry Market, a modest convenience store in Merrimack, N.H. The owner even came out a winner, claiming a ,000 prize for selling the lucky ducat.

"Can you believe someone just walked into my store and won?!" Safa told USA TODAY last month. "Most of my customers are local, and I'm hoping it's someone local. But whoever it is, congratulations to them."

The lawsuit, however, says Jane Doe now joins a small demographic of big jackpot winners that "has historically been victimized by the unscrupulous." The lawsuit even raises the issue of the opioid crisis in stating that New Hampshire, "despite it's bucolic beauty ... is not immune to crime."

"The disclosure of Ms. Doe's identifying information would constitute an invasion of privacy because the limited public interest in disclosure is far outweighed by Ms. Doe's interest in remaining anonymous," the lawsuit states.

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Willie Hurt's crack addiction did him in.

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In 1989, Willie won a .1 million jackpot in the Michigan Lottery.

Fast-forward two years later and Hurt got divorced, lost custody of his children, was charged with attempted murder, and picked up a crack-cocaine addiction.

The habit was so bad, it sucked away his entire fortune.


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