[Noisebridge-discuss] win scratch-off lotteries: an easier, more reliable way
noisebridge at saizai.com
Wed Feb 2 08:33:24 UTC 2011
Um, you do realize we don't really give a fuck about winning them per
se so much as figuring out if they have the same kind of design flaws
as in the articles I posted?
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 02:11, Patrick Keys <citizenkeys at gmail.com> wrote:
> An easier way to win scratch-off lottery tickets is to just get big
> boxes of them from around the dumpsters at convenience stores.
> The poor people buy most of those tickets, but they're so used to losing
> that they ridiculously buy them, scratch off part of the ticket, assume
> they lost, and throw them away.
> If you get big boxes of them from by the dumpsters at convenience
> stores, you can take them home and finish scratching them off.
> I personally had a friend that did this and consistently made several
> thousand dollars a month just by taking the time to sit and scratch off
> the thrown-away tickets.
> People routinely throw away tickets that win $500 or more.
> Yes, dumpster-diving is dirty business.
> Yes, there are better ways to make money.
> But since we were on the topic, I thought I'd share this better way to
> win scratch-offs than working pi or the da vinci code.
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