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trike lady
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Post by trike lady » Thu Jun 13, 2013 7:41 pm

How many times I wish my numbers would come in when I play the lottery.
I'd buy acreage, put a mobile home and a large building on the property this way I'd have a place to build trikes and rescue older GLs and give them a new life.
Every Goldwing deserves a good owner and a home.

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Re: Lottery

Post by Mag » Thu Jun 13, 2013 8:51 pm

Same deal, just on the coast, looking at the sunsets over the ocean ;)


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Re: Lottery

Post by redial » Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:49 pm

The trouble with lotteries is that the likelihood of winning is measured in the 70 000 000 to 1 against! This is for getting the six balls in the right colours/numbers to win, versus the traditional lottery or raffle where the odds are reduced to a mere 200 000 to 1 against. At that rate, you would be better of having it put into the bank 200 000 times, and then at $2/ticket you would have $400 000 to start building your dreams. (Sorry to be pragmatic about this.)

All the same, the wife buys tickets, so that we can do something nice and travel.
Len in Kapunda

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