scottydoesntknow: Fark these two dumbasses.But Lisa Iriarte said they should get the money "because it's not their fault the state updated the numbers later."Lisa, what's that string of numbers next to the lottery numbers? Is that a date? Of when those numbers correspond to a drawing?It's 100% their fault for not looking at what date the numbers are shown for. If they hadn't updated the site, then you hold the tickets until they update the site. If the lottery commission actually farked up and put the wrong winning numbers up you might have a point. Otherwise you're farking dumbasses all around.
reillan: To be fair, they do have a good case for getting the money back. Yes, they were idiots for throwing it out, but they did check the website and thought they had lost... and they can easily prove it should be theirs. That's pretty solid evidence, ticket or no.
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MythDragon: I will still be going to work tommorow and not shiatting on the boss's BMW
Sin_City_Superhero: MythDragon: I will still be going to work tommorow and not shiatting on the boss's BMWTHAT's your job...NOT shiatting on someone's car? Y'all hiring?
smallerGov: scenario:Dumbass 1 buys his ticketsome random dolt who bought a ticket for 'fun' buys the next ticket.. never checks it..Dumbass 2 buys his ticket.they do some research and notice that their two tickets surround the winning ticket and make a claim. Unlikely but enough of a chance to be believable.unless you have the receipt that shows you bought all three tickets together. Then no, you get nothing.
CruJones: Haven't other people been paid after reviewing sales records and video before? I seem to recall that
Farking Canuck: If it is the former then screw them - they threw away $1M.
RedfordRenegade: Isn't it ironic.You win the lottory and throw the ticket away the next day.
phalamir: Farking Canuck: If it is the former then screw them - they threw away $1M.In my state, it says explicitly you have to send in the original signed. They repeatedly state you need to make a photocopy and send it registered mail in case a meteor strikes the USPS van. But sans the hand of God, they need you to send them the original.
scottydoesntknow: phalamir: Farking Canuck: If it is the former then screw them - they threw away $1M.In my state, it says explicitly you have to send in the original signed. They repeatedly state you need to make a photocopy and send it registered mail in case a meteor strikes the USPS van. But sans the hand of God, they need you to send them the original.There is no way in hell I would even let a winning ticket out of my sight. The second I saw those numbers line up I would be out the door on the way to the main lottery office.
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