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The Winning Lottery Ticket Life of the three beggers It is the year 2000 and the powerball is up to a whopping 105 million dollars So the three friendly beggers Adam Matt and Ian decide they want buy a powerball ticket but have no money Matt the brain of the three decides that they should split up and beg for change to earn enough to buy one ticket As the day goes by they all meet back at 5 oclock in the town square All of them give their change they collect to Matt and he begins to count it Walking to the nearest Seven Eleven the three are pondering up what are going to be the five lucky numbers and the powerball After purchasing the ticket they had just enough cash flow to buy themselves all a coke The night grew longer and so did there walk back to there cold alley where their boxes laid Ian the not so smart one begins thinking and asking questions about the money if they when So Matt explains to him that if for some chance they happened to win they would split it three ways Ian was amazed Adam on the other hand was getting mad and crazy ideas about all this money if they would win So they all finally dozed off to sleep counting money dancing in their head The next morning finally arrives bringing much happiness to the three beggers waiting on their numbers to be called Wishin and hopin and thinkin and prayin and plannin and dreamin that the money will be theirs So the three beggers go to the closest television outlet store to watch the numbers being drawn As the clock struck five the numbers began to be picked The three sat there in Guzzi Crawford 2 amazement as all of their numbers had been just picked and they won the 105 million dollars
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