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Lottery games for zombies - 1:2,070,000,000,000

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posted on Jun, 13 2005 @ 08:59 PM
A woman who won $1 million playing a Pennsylvania Lottery scratch-off ticket earlier this year won another million on the same game Thursday.

Donna Goeppert, 55, of Bethlehem said it was "just unbelievable" after filing her claim Friday at lottery headquarters.

"What are the odds of that?" she asked. The odds of winning just once are 1.44 million-to-1, according to the lottery.

Once upon a time a lottery was a tax for people who flunked math.
Others would be able to calculate that the odds of winning twice are 1:2,070,000,000,000.

Now a state lottery would be first of all a tax for people who never have used a computer AND have no idea of computer basics.

There are not many people that would meet these requirements.
But there are plenty of zombies.

And the illuminati created this story because they like to play games with their zombies.

posted on Jun, 13 2005 @ 09:30 PM
I've heard a couple of stories like that recently. In May a woman won $1 million for the second time in less than a year on the same game machine, but in different casinos. The odds were just described as "astronomical".

also, this couple had a string of wins on the UK lottery earlier in the month at odds of 759 Trillion to one:


LOTTO millionaires Michelle Turnbull and David Lindsay beat combined odds of 759 TRILLION to one to scoop four wins in one weekend.

The shellshocked couple netted £450 on a HotPicks entry, prizes of £80 and a tenner on the main draw, and then a £4,535,773 jackpot.

The odds on getting three numbers are one in 57, and matching four is a one in 1033 chance.

A HotPicks top prize is a one-in922 shot, and the odds of a main draw jackpot are 13,983,816-1.

Put all those odds together and you get a combined total of 759trillion, 157billion, 346million, 444,112-1.

I doubt the stories are created, but there's certainly some looooooooooong odds coming up lately.

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