Ariz. man claims half of Powerball pot; lottery says fiscal cliff prompts quick collection

  • Article by: PAUL DAVENPORT , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 8, 2012 - 3:14 AM
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BallFourDec. 7, 12 7:54 PM

The fiscal cliff is not a big issue if you've got this much money.

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rshacklefordDec. 7, 12 9:25 PM

"BallFour: The fiscal cliff is not a big issue if you've got this much money." ---- Absolutely correct. What are these people afraid of?

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gerrymanderDec. 7, 1210:26 PM

dude sounds like a major weirdo

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piperville10Dec. 7, 1210:40 PM

If you two were in that situation, tens of millions of dollars of your money (that is going to charity per the article) is a big deal.

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chainsaw69Dec. 7, 1211:04 PM

Piper, you are correct. Why should they give a big chunk of their money to the government. Let them give it to the charity they want instead of wasteful government programs.

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TeddyWelshDec. 8, 12 7:27 AM

Interesting that Arizona allows the winner to be anonymous. Minnesota has no such provision. The couple from Missouri whose names are now well known will have many people and organizations seeking handouts. The couple from Arizona will have a better chance of flying under the radar. Good luck to all of them.

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