I received a call while in Ottawa from the company I order my home oil from:
After I tell them to Fuck Off, asking if they’re serious, they laugh (I like people who don’t take swearing seriously) and say they are serious. It’s the 2nd prize given in a contest for referring people to their company.
Congratulations also go out to Jody Caines from Moncton for winning a $2,000 Home Entertainment Package. Jody referred a friend to the Thermoshell branch in Moncton.
They spelled my last name wrong.
The $2000 doesn’t HAVE to go towards a Home Entertainment Package. I pick the electronic store I want the gift certificate made out to, where I could buy $2000 worth of blank VHS tapes.
So, what should I buy with my $2000?
Lottery retailers in Ontario are winning the lotto a tad too much to be a coincidence, according to CBC in:
…in the past seven years Ontario clerks and retailers have claimed lottery victories nearly 200 times, a statistical anomaly according to one expert.
“So we can say the chance, to be precise, is about one chance in a trillion, trillion, trillion, trillion, so it’s just inconceivable they’d be winning that many more times than we’d expect them to…”
I always check the lotto myself, as you all know.
The full report is on CBC’s The Fifth Estate tonight.
(I made the fake book cover using the)
I won 6 bucks in Atlantic 649 from last night’s draw (three out of six numbers matched).