From RadarOnline: Be Careful What You Wish For! The Tragedy Of Past Lottery Winners
“With the Mega Millions lottery jackpot at an estimated $540 million, wanna-be winners should be warned that with all that money they could end up bankrupt, or even worse, murdered for their new found fortune, as RadarOnline.com has discovered.
“In 1996, Jeffrey Dampier and his wife won $20 million in the Illinois lottery, and they used the money to buy his extended family houses and he founded a gourmet popcorn company in Tampa Florida. Dampier employed members of his family in the thriving business. In 2005, Dampier went to visit his sister-in-law, Victoria Jackson and her boyfriend, Nathaniel Jackson (not related) who claimed they had car problems. But, the sister-in-law and boyfriend pulled out a gun and kidnapped Dampier and then killed him. They were both convicted of murder and are now serving life sentences in prison. Click to continue.
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Boy, you sure told me! You feel better now?
BTW…you're not black (nice try though) and in the context you asked your question in, it's "hear" not "here" dipshit.
Oh great…another wanna be broadcaster. Bob from what I heard, there's a reason why you're not in real radio. I just wasted 6 minutes of my life to see if your shit was worth listening to. Good grief.
AM730CLOCK: I'M still better than you! 6 min is the longest you had with a partner! And what did you here? The sound of my black cock slapping your'e autistic big head . ha ha ha
rush2112::A one night stand in a ally with the same sex is your'e fanaticism . Please ,gay is ok but don't advertise it. U bashed me now it's back at you. bobradioshow.com 1-888-412-3035 if you have the balls??? to call my show?? I'll rip you a part BIG MAN! TALK SHIT ABOUT ME :BETTER BACK IT UP. I'm pissed off ! And so are my listeners! Come out of the closet and show who you are , or stop fucking with me.
Of course the one that was making it work Jeffrey Dampier would be killed by family. Swell just swell.
It's better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all.