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LOTTERY - WHO WOULD STAY IN NJ

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I would buy myself a diploma and credentials from a prestigious law school, buy my passing results for the bar exam, then buy myself a judgeship on a county court someplace in NJ. Then I would approve every cary permit application that passed over my desk. If you wrote down "afraid of my own shadow" for justifiable need, I would sign on the approval line.

 

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I was reading this thread and opening my mail. I moved out of Jersey 9 months ago. I got this today in the ValPak mailer they send to everyone. You don't see that in Jersey. :)7782bf0b3db2301432ef8123065cce41.jpg


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I was reading this thread and opening my mail. I moved out of Jersey 9 months ago. I got this today in the ValPak mailer they send to everyone. You don't see that in Jersey. :)Posted Image

 

 

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Im thinking its because their store is close to you in Exeter...good company BTW..have bought from them before..decent prices and fast shipping

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Were #1! Why leave? Gun laws, property taxes, car insurance, and we are surrounded by leftists, who are working hard to raise the gas tax, using the logic that our tax is among the lowest gas tax in the country, as if thats a bad thing! Try this next time you see a line at the lottery machine, ask the crowd to raise their hand if they hate the rich, then ask them to raise their hand if they hope to score a winning ticket, too funny, silly leftists.

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I was reading this thread and opening my mail. I moved out of Jersey 9 months ago. I got this today in the ValPak mailer they send to everyone. You don't see that in Jersey. :)7782bf0b3db2301432ef8123065cce41.jpg

 

They deliver to NJ? :)

 

 

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Yes, I believe they do.

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I will pay off my house, give it to a gang meth lab and disappear. That should enlighten all the libtard scumbag neighbors with a big heads up. I'll even leave all my porn behind so they can start a brothel... Riding into sunset with my middle finger extended.

 

 

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I would be gone in an instant, out of this miserable hell hole of a communist state. F Gov Crispy Creme & all 120 of the most corrupt & arrogant scumbag legislators in the country, (other than NY legislature, which is probably even worse). I would be somewhere further south, where the water is warm & the drinks are cold! Maybe the Gulf Coast of FL, near Tampa, or possible out west, to AZ!. I do have to admit that there are a few things that I would miss about NJ, such as, well most likely NOTHING!! I would also go to buy a few long guns in my new home state of FL or AZ, such as an M1 Carbine, just because I would be able to do so. Cannot figure out why the m1 carbine is considered an "assault" rifle? Is it because it was used by the Americans in WW II as a rifle to "assault" the Nazis with? This state SUCKS, in no uncertain terms! 

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Well, I didn't win, but I'm out of here to FL next week anyway.

 

And I believe Nick is correct. Doesn't matter what state you live in when you buy the ticket or cash it in. Has to do with the state you purchase it in.

 

Thank Corslime. NJ didn't tax lottery winnings until that scumbag signed it in to law.

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I will pay off my house, give it to a gang meth lab and disappear. That should enlighten all the libtard scumbag neighbors with a big heads up. I'll even leave all my porn behind so they can start a brothel... Riding into sunset with my middle finger extended.

 

 

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I like the way you think man!

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