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It's Like ThisPosted Monday, March 10, 2008, at 1:06 PM
I am going to win the lottery on Wednesday. Plain. And. Simple. The Powerball is at some grotesque number, $230 million I think. Generally I wait until it gets larger since I don't like to waste my time on piddly numbers that don't even start with a 3. But I visited an art gallery yesterday and really want a few prints so I'm going to have to take the plunge and just go ahead and buy a ticket. Even if it is only a measly sum like the present amount.
Problem is that I always pick the wrong numbers. I'm not even getting CLOSE on numbers. Sometimes I have the machine pick for me but now I'm convinced that it's quite possible the machine is only out to screw the people buying tickets. I must do this the right way and manually pick my numbers.
I have no idea which numbers to pick...sooo....I need your help. Please let me know which numbers to pick. Just respond to this blog with your lucky number and we'll see what happens. If I win the jackpot I'll give each person who responds with one of the winning numbers 5% of my winnings after taxes. I do plan on taking the lump sum because nobody in their right mind would want to get only half a million each year for the rest of his/her life. That would be insane. Not enough money to live on right? I kid I kid!
Just wanted to drop a shout-out to my friends on the Fort Scott High School Lady Tigers basketball team. Way to go on your accomplishments this year!
Also, my website, www.kennyfelt.com, is now up and running. I'm currently working on figuring out how to work side by side with the Nature Reach program at Pittsburg State University. They need money to continue doing what they do. I'd like to help out with that. So if you purchase a print this month of any of my limited edition prints I will donate 15% of the proceeds to Nature Reach.
Attached is a photo of a bald eagle, as many of you might have already seen. If you purchase this print I'll donate 25% of the proceeds to Nature Reach.
Let me know how you like the website.
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