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Living the Life of a Lottery Winner — My Story Coming Soon

July 26, 2011
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What would you do if you had the knowledge that could help you win the lottery not once, not twice but many, many times?  I know this sounds like an infomercial sales pitch, but I have to tell you, I can truly point you in the right direction here.

Not too long ago, I wrote about how I wanted to win the lottery, and I described in detail my many scientific methods of picking the lucky winning numbers which included everything from circling my family’s birthdates to putting the lottery ticket in front of the dogs and letting them point to the numbers with their paws to playing the digits of my grocery food bill.  http://humoroutcasts.com/2011/my-upcoming-mega-million-lottery-win/

After I wrote this piece, a nice gentleman contacted me.  His name is Richard Lustig and you might have seen him on CNN, Fox news, Rachael Ray, etc.  Richard is the expert of all lottery experts and has in fact, won seven major jackpots not to mention lesser prize winnings.  I decided I wanted to chat with Mr. Lustig. Well, to be honest, I decided I wanted to marry Mr. Lustig, but since both of us seem to be married to other people and his wife might not be willing to part company with him just yet, I went for the lottery advice instead.  Did you notice that I didn’t say my husband would have a problem?  I think if I promised him a good chunk of change from the big win, he might adjust to life without me which would probably turn out to be a little calmer and lot less drama filled.

Okay, back to the lottery.  Are you dying to know the system?  Well, I’m not going to tell you.  Don’t get an attitude!  Did you think you were going to learn everything without buying his book?  Yes, he has a book and it sells really well, and that is why he is on every talk show from Good Morning America to Good Morning East Snowshoe. People want a good, verifiable method of making money which requires the least amount of effort possible. Well, that is my goal at least. Anyway, here is the link for the book: http://www.winninglotterymethod.com/

I will admit that Richard was nice enough to give me one solid tip which I used the very next day after our interview. I bought ten Pennsylvania scratch off tickets and two of them won.  I was a little disappointed that one of my winning tickets was a free ticket for another game, but it still goes in the “W” column, and I recouped my investment.

Mr. Lustig lives in Florida and plays the games there.  He collects so often from the lottery office that the people in the state lottery office are on a first name basis with him.  I think that is pretty cool.  Okay, since I can’t tell you what is included in Richard’s system, I will tell you what is NOT included, so pay attention and if you are like me, get ready to take action and win the lottery.

What readers won’t find in Richard’s Lustig’s System of picking winning numbers?

psychic ability – Richard does not have a sixth sense when it comes to lottery numbers.  I have a very good psychic friend, Deb, who tells me  all the time that no psychic gets the winning numbers in his or her head.  You can’t see into a computer’s mind. Richard also agrees: if someone wants you to pay him or her to pick your numbers, you will not get rich. The fake psychic will– but not you.

Spells – I see these advertised all the time for lottery hopefuls.  You are probably thinking that I am going to really let the spell casters have it here, but I’m not. Why?  Just in case, they truly can cast spells or something like that, I don’t want to be on their bad side.  I will be nice and just say that in doing research, spells are expensive, so maybe it might behoove you to select a less ethereal system of making money. Again, to any spell casters out there, I am not judging or denying your powers, so please don’t hex me unless it’s in a good way.

A method to out- cheat the Lottery because the state lottery offices cheat— The state lotteries don’t cheat.  This is paranoia, anti-government, conspiracy theory propaganda that won’t help you pick winning numbers.   If you don’t trust the people in the lottery office who are pretty much just regular, middle-class state workers, don’t buy the lottery tickets.  Look for something more suitable to your level of paranoia like betting on whether the government covered up Roswell or not.

The Gamblers Anonymous Method to Winning the Lottery– This is pretty much self-explanatory. There is no Gamblers Anonymous method of jackpot wins, but maybe there should be. I would bet this is the one office that doesn’t pool their money for the big Mega Millions win.  They are probably the only people on this earth who don’t appreciate Richard’s talents.

Okay, this is what Richard Lustig will tell you if you go to his site and buy his book: He will give you his own method for winning at scratch tickets, second-chance drawings, Lottery Numbers games and Lottery Power Plays.  There are testimonials all over his site too. I don’t know about you, but to me $40 is a pretty tame investment for a hefty return that could run into the thousands or millions.

So, the only question I have left is “What credit card should I use?”  If you want to be skeptical and see how I do with the book, feel free.  I will definitely let you know about my success. I’ll email you from the Malibu beach house that I will buy with the winnings. Can anyone say, “Surf’s Up”?

Donna Cavanagh

Donna Cavanagh is founder of HumorOutcasts.com (HO) and HumorOutcasts Press/Shorehouse Books. Cavanagh began HO as a way to offer writers a forum to showcase their work in a world that offered few avenues for humor. HO now features the creative talents of more than 100 aspiring and accomplished writers from all over the world and includes filmmakers, screenwriters, illustrators, authors and comics. Known for its eclectic comedy and humor with posts that range from a “G” to a “just might make you blush” rating, HumorOutcasts has something for everyone. As a writer herself, Cavanagh is a former journalist who made an unscheduled stop into humor more than 20 years ago. Her syndicated columns helped her gain a national audience and her work landed in the pages of First Magazine, USA Today and other national media. She is a faculty member of the Erma Bombeck Writers Workshop and The Philadelphia Writer's Conference. A USA Books Contest finalist (Life On The Off Ramp), Cavanagh’s latest book, A Canine's Guide to the Good Life, was penned with her dogs, which as you might imagine was no small feat (or should we say “paws”?). She is host of BlogTalk's HumorOutcasts Radio,

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8 Responses to Living the Life of a Lottery Winner — My Story Coming Soon

  1. July 26, 2011 at 8:45 pm

    OK, here’s my take. A know some people who gamble at the casino a lot. They will often talk about how much money they “won” here or there. What’s not discussed is how much they spent all of the other times.

    Now. Assume that there are tons of people doing this same thing for the lottery. Most of them are going to lose most of their money. A lot are going to lose all of their money. A rare few will have won enough outside the normal distribution to appear to be “good” at the lottery. Only that guy will write a book and make money, because… well, who would buy a gambling book from the losers? Get it?

    I patiently await your results.

    • July 26, 2011 at 8:54 pm

      You are so cynical! Not everyone is a crook. Some people are legit. He was very nice. What if I win the big jackpot? What if it works? He has won seven major prizes.

      • July 26, 2011 at 9:53 pm

        I didn’t say he was a crook. He may erroneously think he’s doing something other than passively benefiting from randomly falling outside the norm.

        If I survive a shark attack for some inexplicable reason (I taste bad, maybe), I could legitimately write a book about how to survive shark attacks without believing that I am actually offering the public no benefit.

        • July 26, 2011 at 9:56 pm

          I get it but I am thinking positive. I don’t really want to win badly, I just thought it was very interesting to research. Much like the psychic class I took, remember? Research.

  2. Jack Sass
    July 26, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    I’ll be sticking to the tried and true method of marrying a rich broad. See, even you were onto that right off the bat, well, a rich guy in your case.

    • July 26, 2011 at 5:10 pm

      Alas, I didn’t like the rich guy. I think I will give it a whirl and look at it as research.

  3. lbwoodgate
    July 26, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Pyramid schemes work well too but you only here that from the people trying to sell their book on how to get rich.

    • July 26, 2011 at 2:33 pm

      We shall see, L.B. I have to do the research now. He loves skeptics too! :)



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