Powerball: 12 Ways to Spend Your Winnings

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No one won Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, which is good news for somebody: There will be an even bigger drawing on Saturday night.

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“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

Since: Sep 10

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#1 May 18, 2013
Reduce the nation's debt: The jackpot could reduce the United States'$16.7 trillion debt by about 4 thousandths of a percent. If a winner wanted to feel more useful, he or she could alternatively choose to pay off the entire $200 million government debt for the Kingdom of Tonga, a small nation in the South Pacific, and still have money to spare.

Source: http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/national-inter... now we know what's in front of us. I am shocked and amazed that the national debt of our country is $200 million
the entire national budget for the country is only $26 million a year, it would take 7.6 years if we paid out the entire amount of money each year to pay off the debt
the government and the criminals that run the government must be held accountable for this craziness
like I've always said once the money runs out will never see these criminal fake Royals again
good night and good luck Boru 77
Toni

United States

#2 May 24, 2013
The odd of winning the power ball is 176 million to one. In other words it will never happen. It's the same odd Eagger was educated in NZ.(He's dreaming) the royal family doesn't have to play the lotto, they just steal from the poor ($18,000,000.) say they deposit this money in the bank at 10% they will make $1,800,000 every month. How would you like to make one million eight hundred thousand every month and never touch the principle. How can these spoil royal bunks spent this kind of money? Can you imagine how great our economy going to be if they use some of this money to help the poor? That's why I'm frustrated with these people. They rob our people and get away with it. They belong in prison not in our palace.

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#3 May 24, 2013
Toni wrote:
The odd of winning the power ball is 176 million to one. In other words it will never happen. It's the same odd Eagger was educated in NZ.(He's dreaming) the royal family doesn't have to play the lotto, they just steal from the poor ($18,000,000.) say they deposit this money in the bank at 10% they will make $1,800,000 every month. How would you like to make one million eight hundred thousand every month and never touch the principle. How can these spoil royal bunks spent this kind of money? Can you imagine how great our economy going to be if they use some of this money to help the poor? That's why I'm frustrated with these people. They rob our people and get away with it. They belong in prison not in our palace.
Yes Toni, the national debt of our country is about $200 million, I wonder how many people know this, I wonder what the fake King is paying off in interest every year of this loan? Even at 5% it would be approximately $10 million per year.
Where is the country getting $10 million a year to pay interest?
You can understand then why we are going down the gambling prostitution and corruption Road
this money must be found to pay off the foreign bondholders e.g. the Chinese government
now we know why there is no prosecutions when the Chinese labourers get the young girls for $20 a pop
now we know why there is no prosecutions when a yacht turns up with $200 million worth of cocaine on board
now we know why there is no prosecutions when the government sells national passports to the criminals around the world
now we know why there is no prosecutions when the government sells registration and flag rights to criminal shipping agencies, so that they can ship drugs and guns around the world
yes this money must be found
and the Chinese don't care how it's made up
all they want to do is get their slice of the cake
how long must be put up with this
we must establish our government in exile
we must prepare for the day when these fake royals and their criminal aristocratic class pony up enough money and disappear over the horizon to London Sydney Auckland and New York to live out their decadent lifestyle with ill gotten gains leaving the poor and impoverished citizens behind
good night and good luck
eagger

Tonga

#4 May 25, 2013
Toni wrote:
The odd of winning the power ball is 176 million to one. In other words it will never happen. It's the same odd Eagger was educated in NZ.(He's dreaming) the royal family doesn't have to play the lotto, they just steal from the poor ($18,000,000.) say they deposit this money in the bank at 10% they will make $1,800,000 every month. How would you like to make one million eight hundred thousand every month and never touch the principle. How can these spoil royal bunks spent this kind of money? Can you imagine how great our economy going to be if they use some of this money to help the poor? That's why I'm frustrated with these people. They rob our people and get away with it. They belong in prison not in our palace.
That's one amazing bank lol. But yeah I think there should be a more thorough investigation into the the tongasat deal, that needs to be done better
Toni

United States

#5 May 25, 2013
Eagger the royal family have the monopoly in our govt. we cannot investigate the royal family when they control the police, judges and every branch of govt. when the judge made his decision on the Tongasat ($18,000,000) Pilolevu was in court,(she own Tongasat ) the judge was afraid for his job. Eagger we are frustrated as hell but the way our govt. is run we are pretty much hopeless. You and I and every Tongan know what's right yet, what can we do?
eagger

Tonga

#6 May 26, 2013
I understand your frustration Toni, and i think its fair enough. I don't know why this isn't taken more seriously. I don't however think if the royal family has that kind of influence anymore though, if they have even a little, of course that would be WRONG.

I personally would like to keep a monarch in Tonga, a limited one. But if a few in royalty abuse their position for their own gain then I cannot defend that.

Maybe we could try petitioning the King or parliament or whoever for a public inquiry or something for the whole Tongasat controversy, get everything on the table once and for all. I think that would be the fair. That would be my suggestion as the first move. What about you guys?

“Fight For Democracy in Tonga!!”

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#7 May 26, 2013
Toni wrote:
Eagger the royal family have the monopoly in our govt. we cannot investigate the royal family when they control the police, judges and every branch of govt. when the judge made his decision on the Tongasat ($18,000,000) Pilolevu was in court,(she own Tongasat ) the judge was afraid for his job. Eagger we are frustrated as hell but the way our govt. is run we are pretty much hopeless. You and I and every Tongan know what's right yet, what can we do?
Toni,I think this eagger joker is some type of troll, he is appearing on this forum now under different names but hasn't changed his location
I think it's better for us to ignore him and don't give him oxygen
all is doing is, acting out his psychopathic fantasies
Toni

United States

#8 May 26, 2013
I agree with you Bro I have enough of his tutu. I will not read or respond to his comments any more. He need help mentally we can't help him.
eagger

Tonga

#9 May 26, 2013
hahaha thats not very nice lol

Toni, you asked what we should do I said maybe we can try a petition/ tohi tangi, and see how far that goes.
Boru77, lol

We can rubbish someone, a nation, a government all day, but honestly I and I'm sure others do grow tired of it. A professional rubbish-talker doesn't provide much in finding constructive solutions.

If you point out a problem I think it would help being more specific about it, because cures may be just as specific. If there's a boil on the arm, it's excessive to cut off the whole arm without proper examination. Same with corruption, surely there's less excessive, more clever ways to deal with it.
Bell

London, UK

#10 Mar 26, 2014
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Ezy

Sydney, Australia

#11 Mar 27, 2014
if i win t power ball, m going to buy t 'Olovaha,set sale for t USA to kidnap Benz!!!...yeah...hihihi

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#12 Mar 27, 2014
Ezy wrote:
if i win t power ball, m going to buy t 'Olovaha,set sale for t USA to kidnap Benz!!!...yeah...hihihi
I'm your willing victim, pls receive my distress call n rescue a brudah!!!!
Ezy

Sydney, Australia

#13 Mar 27, 2014
tongangodz wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm your willing victim, pls receive my distress call n rescue a brudah!!!!
FHK.....Tali hena, m sailing down!!!!lol

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