Sell your gift cards for cash with BuyBackWorld.Earn the most money with our online gift card exchange and buyback program.Free revelation online closed beta key giveaway shipping and fast payment.Buy products such as Bounty Select-A-Size Paper Towels, White, 8 Triples 24 Regular Rolls at Walmart and save.# :30 PM link edit I, ofcourse, would never win the lottery.# :09 AM link edit comment:.# 137 Ms KL 07:54 PM link edit hahaha i enjoy seeing dreamers saying "If i win the lottery i will." most of you guys sound really dumb already.# 136 Stephanie 02:51 PM link edit Well, it sounds to me that the majority of us posting here have probably spent too much time fantasizing about what we'd do and how we'd handle the chaos that would surely surround being a multimillion dollar lottery.# 135 TheTruth 12:35 PM link edit Does anyone know if there is a privacy law for the state of Connecticut(i.e., if they will allow you to remain anonymous and put the winnings into a trust, etc.)?# 86 l-rod 09:04 PM link edit To Peter Chang, To answer your question, I think people feel, (relatives, charities, scam artists) that becasue the money was free, so to speak, everyone should get a piece.# :05 AM link edit Did anybody ever find out whether privacy is an option if you win the Powerball?
# :08 PM link edit For the guy who was terrorized in the small town, I do feel sorry for you, I really do, but why would you move to a small town where everyone knows everything about each other?
# :04 AM link edit If you can't claim jackpot anonymously, can you change your identity to claim lottery winnings and then change it back to your maiden name?
# 132 LottoWinner 07:20 PM link edit I too would collect my winnings the way it's being done by many winners because privacy is what you want, if you happen to win.
# :03 PM link edit If I won the lottery I would prefer to stay private.
# 114 New Wife 01:59 AM link edit I don't know your situation at all - the ex-wife could be as "evil" as you say she.