...never having $ "X" amount of dollars puts the novice at a disadvantage. WHAT DO I DO WITH THIS MONEY! If you have 'old money' and you are accustomed to it, you can still blow it if you are not accustomed to managing it! A very wealthy relative was kidnapped once (turned out to be a disgruntled employee). If you saw him, you would not know that he had more money than he could spend.
How did he handle the dough?
Said all of that to say this, you can be in need of a windfall like a lottery jackpot of millions and manage the money 'till death do you part if you are SMART enough to remember what it was like not to have it. Then if the point of getting the lottery was to live frivolously for a day or year, then mission accomplished AND that waste is their perrogative! I would just hope that I was in-line to have some of the moneywasted on me, I would know what to do with it.
THE REAL DEAL IS... This is something new, most creatures are afraid of the new. So some of them hide. Some people do not know how to say no; so they get suckered. Annonymity provides limited security from predators 'cause there are some really sick psychoes out there wanting what they have just found. So, just relax.
I am a low-key kinda person anyway. "Where have you been?????" Just living life, I say and move on! When I win the big one, as I have said before, the 'cause' is where the overwhelmong majority will be spent. I could care less about the average selfish begging "new found friends and relatives". They might as well stay under their rocks.
KEEP in mind, you want this jackpot, the rules are you will be exposed in most states. So , if you want the benefits of the game and not all that comes with, then you need to
play another game
That's why if YOU want to win the lottery, go to a state where you can be ANONYMOUS !!!!
I say this $**T ALL the time!!!!!
I live and play in Indiana. It isn't real practical for me to drive to Maryland and buy lottery tickets. So...I guess I'll just keep complaining and deal with it when i win.
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