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Ga. woman claims 1 of 2 'Mega' tickets

19 December 2013 | 10:44 am On her way to work, Ira Curry heard on the radio that one of the winning lottery ticket numbers was her family's lucky No. 7. She called home, her daughter checked the ticket and in an instant, Curry was a multi-millionaire. http://www.woodtv.com/news/national/ga-woman-claims-1-of-2-winning-lottery-tickets_48669186

Ga. woman claims 1 of 2 winning lottery tickets

19 December 2013 | 9:45 am ATLANTA (AP) On her way to work, Ira Curry heard on the radio that one of the winning lottery ticket numbers was her family's lucky No. 7. She called home, her daughter checked the ticket and in an instant, Curry was a multi-millionaire. http://news.yahoo.com/ga-woman-claims-1-2-winning-lottery-tickets-093827272.html

Ga. winner comes forward for share of $648 million jackpot

19 December 2013 | 4:43 am Georgia lottery officials said Wednesday that a winner has come forward to claim a share of the $648 million Mega Millions jackpot, the second-largest in American history. http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/12/18/21953510-georgia-winner-comes-forward-for-share-of-648-million-jackpot-officials-say?lite

Ga. Woman, Ira Curry, Claims 1 of 2 Winning Lottery Tickets | Black …

19 December 2013 | 11:44 am On her way to work, Ira Curry heard on the radio that one of the winning lottery ticket numbers was her family's lucky No. 7. http://blackamericaweb.com/197833/ga-woman-ira-curry-claims-1-of-2-winning-lottery-tickets/

Ga. Woman Has 1 of 2 Winning Lottery Tickets | News 92 FM

19 December 2013 | 7:09 am Lottery officials say a Georgia woman has one of the two winning tickets to the $636 million Mega Millions jackpot. http://news92fm.com/403370/ga-woman-has-1-of-2-winning-lottery-tickets/

Georgia Lottery Winner Comes Forward to Claim $636 Million Share …

19 December 2013 | 12:13 am The Georgia lottery winner of the Mega Millions windfall has wasted no time coming forward to claim a share in the $636 million jackpot. In an exclusive news conference on Wednesday afternoon, Georgia lottery officials  http://www.webpronews.com/georgia-lottery-winner-comes-forward-to-claim-636-million-share-2013-12

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12 Responses to Ga Lottery

    • Curator says:

      Irrelevant.

      If I told you Ticket A wins 1 out of 3 times, and Ticket B wins 1 out of 5 times, what does that tell you for which ticket is better? Answer – absolutely, positively nothing.

      In my example, Ticket A prizes are going to be lower more often, and Ticket B prizes are going to be higher more often. In the long run, both sets of tickets are going to pay back about the same amount.

      “HOW MUCH MONEY WILL I WIN?” That is the only relevant question, and for that I can tell you the answer.

      For every dollar you spend on these scratch tickets, you will only “win” back about 50 cents of your money. So go out right now and buy $500 worth of scratch tickets – it doesn’t matter which ones. Scratch yourself silly. When you are done, you will likely have found somewhere around $250 worth of winning tickets. Maybe a little more if you are lucky, and maybe a little less if you’re not so lucky.

      At a 50% payback rate, no other standard form of gambling on the planet comes even close to being as bad a bet as playing the lottery. The lottery is truly a TAX on the poor and on the ignorant. You might as well light a match to your money, and it truly makes no difference which tickets you choose.

  • Kimjani says:

    Art Institute Of ATL Vs SCAD Vs GSU (interior Design)? I recently decided to take up studies in Interior design. I’ve looked up schools in GA in the Atlanta region, and found that AI, SCAD, and Georgia State would be my best options if I were to commute.
    Took a tour of Art Institute today, and despite the accusations of the school being fraudulent, I did my research and they are accredited by the CIDA, as with SCAD.
    On the other hand Georgia State is not accredited by the CIDA, but by NASAD, while the other two mentioned are not. I was wondering the importance of not being accredited by one or the other.

    My initial plan is leaning more toward attending AI to be economical and knock out a few classes, maybe even start a portfolio for scholarship opportunities for transferring to SCAD. I was wondering if anyone else had gone this route and how much of the credits transferred? Or any other opinions from an interior design student whose attended these schools. I’m just a little weary of attending AI because of its negative reputation, and I want to avoid from being in knee-high debt from SCAD

    • Curator says:

      If its one of the Art Institutes run by EDMC (all of them that use the
      AI logo), avoid them like a plague. They’re not an art school
      employers take seriously. They’re an open enrollment for-profit college, they take ANYONE.
      They just want the financial aid from the government that you are
      entitled to. The government is now suing them for 11 Billion Dollars which could wipe them off the map easily. They also got hit with ANOTHER lawsuit claiming the same thing!

      If you ask me, they’re an elaborate corporate scam to funnel as many
      Government Pell grants and guaranteed loans out of students as they
      can and leave the students with the bill.

      The Senate HELP Committee did a 2year investigation and found out the same thing.
      Ai has the worst drop out rate of ALL for-profit colleges.

      They’re like McDonald’s of Art “Colleges”. They’re a chain that is
      popping up everywhere. They buy out dying schools, rename them, keep
      the accreditation.They create programs designed for impulse buyers and quick hits aka uninformed students.

      They may seem like they would be good, but it is all smoke and
      mirrors. Pretty building with pretty computers. Meanwhile, it will
      just ruin your life.

      The market demand they say they’re meeting is not the demand of the
      Job market, its the demand of the students. Students that graduated AI
      are struggling to get jobs and have over more than $50,000+ or
      $90,000+ in debt depending on what degree they went for. Degrees that
      are worthless in the job market.

      Basically, AI is a degree mill, a total debt factory. They use bloated success stats and
      circle logic to back them up.

      They count students working at Toys R Us as in the field. Avoid them
      if you want to actually have a decent future.

      If you really want to pursue your passion, go to a community college,
      study fine art, and then transfer into a state school. It will be
      cheaper and the money you save you can buy your own equipment and
      STILL have money left over for a better future.

      Their job leads are bogus, they go to Monster, Craigslist, and career
      builder just like everyone else. Their top employer is HOME DEPOT
      (Check their own website) and I guarantee none of those are art jobs.

      Don’t make the same mistake my friends and I did. We’ll be paying for
      it for the rest of our lives.

      If you go with AI you’ll be folding clothes at Target or hawking video
      games at Toys R Us for $8.25 an hour and struggling to pay $90,000+
      with bill collectors haunting your every waking moment for the REST OF
      YOUR LIFE with no way to stop them because there is no bankruptcy
      protection on Student loans.
      Please please please make sure you check out these news articles
      below. Many are accounts from students, staff, and teachers of AI.
      Feel free to check YELP (“Filtered results” as well.)

      What you do with this information is your choice, I just want to make
      sure you know everything before listening to one of their recruiters
      sales pitch. Remember, they’re paid sales people. Not your friend.
      College may be expensive but what these guys are pulling is straight
      out highway robbery.

      Below is a few news articles about different AI’s around the country. They’re all pulling the same thing.
      Its EDMC’s business model.

      You will NOT make enough to pay back the loans. They know this. They just want the government money they can pull in your name.
      Decide for yourself. You have a better chance of winning the lottery than paying back the debt created by these scammers.

  • Dark Gable says:

    Upcoming Actor. And I Need Some Advice? Im am upcoming actor?

    I am an upcoming actor and I have a question?I am planning on taking a trip to either Atlanta, GA, L.A. , or New York . Which place would be good for me to go to , to pursue my acting career ?? I am going for a week. I need some connects on where to go and who.to see .any castings agents I need some help.

    • Curator says:

      Going somewhere for a week isn’t going to help your career in anyway unless you set up meetings ahead of time. Talent agents are busy finding work for their clients. Casting directors are busy casting shows. They’re not going to drop things to meet with a wannabe actor.

      If you’re trying to figure out where to move for your career, then when you visit focus on more practical matters – finding a place to live, a job to support yourself while you work on your career. You can check into acting classes/programs in the areas. You’ll want something with well-respected instructors and a good reputation in the industry which means you’ll have to network and start to get to know people in the area. Maybe try connecting with other actors in the area through online communities to get a better idea of how the industry is in each of the cities.

      You also need to have a plan for your career – exactly how are you going to go about building your career? You want to start in commercials? theater? Get advanced training with a good acting program? Maybe work to join Equity first and then move to SAG-AFTRA? Make a name and build a good reputation in student/independent films? What type of professional work is available in each of the cities that you think you could actually get? How do you plan to market yourself and your skills to get auditions?

      You’ll have a better chance of success if you approach your acting career like a business and not a lottery. Research the industry so you know the casting process, who the players are, what they do (and don’t do). Read industry trades and websites like backstage.com. Read books about the business and how to manage an acting career. That can help you figure out your next step.

      Good luck.

    • Curator says:

      GA uses a lottery system. They hold it about every 2 years. So, you wait for that, and then if you are picked in the lottery you go on the waiting list. Once your number comes up on the waiting list they determine if you qualify. You can not just apply there like you can in most other states.

  • . says:

    Question About *ONLINE* Homeschooling? I’m currently residing in Oklahoma, and I was interested in the K12 homeschooling curriculum.

    I have a few questions regarding enrollment and such, my parents have already enrolled on the site and we just have to fax over the necessary information. I’m extremely worried that we may get denied, although there really is no reason for me to get denied. But, I did read somewhere that since it’s an online charter school the district can choose to deny you, (many sites said the main reason is because of money) but that extremely worries me.

    The deadline to enroll is September, but school starts on August 19th, but yeah have any of you had any experiences with this?

    • Curator says:

      I’m a bit confused by your question. First you say you are interested in K12 homeschooling, then you mention it being a charter school. If you are enrolling in their homeschooling program, then you are not enrolling in a charter school. I doubt they would turn anyone down for the homeschool program because it is a private school that parents pay 4-7 thousand a year for. If you mean you are trying to enroll in Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy then it is very likely that there are only so many spots available. I know in GA they hold a lottery to pick who gets into K12 if there are too many students applying.v So yes, if too many students apply for you grade level, you you can be denied.

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