Lotteries: the positive dialectic

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These are all part of the Hegelian dialectic: thesis, antithesis, synthesis of a fake world. We’ve had enough negative psyOppery, how about some positive lies just in time for Christmas?

The winning are 8, 14, 17, 20 and 39, with the Mega Ball number 7. The winners can choose to be paid over time or in a cash lump sum, Mega Millions Executive Director Paula Otto told The Associated Press. Based on the $648 million figure, the winners would receive $324 million each over time or $173 million each in cash. (digits add up to 9, 11)

“I’m so excited and nervous too,” Soo Lee told Fox 5 News. She said she sold around 1,300 tickets at the store on the day of the drawing.

The jackpot started its ascent on Oct. 4. Twenty-two draws came and went without a winner, Otto said.

via Winning tickets for $648M Mega Millions jackpot sold in California, Georgia | Fox News.

I can’t wait to see the (sim) winners. As I said before: they are probably going to be the usual crisis actors with sim-backup, or they may actually pay out (in some way) these lotteries for real. There is a chance the numbers could have come up, however infinitesimal the chances are, although I doubt it.

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3 thoughts on “Lotteries: the positive dialectic

  1. JoeyZ

    Let us not forget her age.

    Georgia woman claims half of $648 million Mega Millions jackpot
    CNN-31 minutes ago
    (CNN) — A 56-year-old married woman has won half of the … Ira Curry, of Stone Mountain, came to the lottery office with the winning ticket of …

  2. Banazîr Galbasi

    I too wonder about the lottery. What is the maximum amount of money that they would allow one of their ‘slaves’ to take home? Is giving away 500 million dollars away to some unknown person something that they are likely to do? What if that person had a message? Say they frequent the Fakeologist website and want to share all they have learned. Do they consider this a threat? I would imagine a simple smear campaign is all it takes to make you go away.

    Since all lottery numbers are given out electronically they of course would have a database of all the unused combinations that they could draw from to have some Sim winner. I would say they very much have control over how much money they surrender to the public. In the very unlikely event that every single combination is played they may wish to reduce the winnings by claiming that one or more Sims also drew the winning numbers.

    I guess the real question is how much power does one really have with millions of dollars in their back pocket without the power of the media’s influence to back it up?

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