Some articles on ticket, winning, winning ticket, tickets:
... Lottery fraud by proxy is a scam in which the scammer buys a lottery ticket with old winning numbers ... He or she then alters the date on the ticket so that it appears to be from the day before, and therefore a winning ticket ... He or she then sells the ticket to the mark, claiming it is a winning ticket, but for some reason, he or she is unable to collect the prize (not eligible, etc.) ...
... Still decided to get all the raffle tickets within the balloons, Donald tries to grab them as soon they are released ... for him or it simply doesn't have the winning ticket ... company, the contest organizers are shocked with the idea of one person having all the tickets, but Huey, Dewey and Louie say there's only 9,999 of the 10,000 ...
Famous quotes containing the words ticket and/or winning:
“There is a potential 4-6 percentage point net gain for the President [George Bush] by replacing Dan Quayle on the ticket with someone of neutral stature.”
—Mary Matalin, U.S. Republican political advisor, author, and James Carville b. 1946, U.S. Democratic political advisor, author. Alls Fair: Love, War, and Running for President, p. 205, Random House (1994)
“Most of our platitudes notwithstanding, self-deception remains the most difficult deception. The tricks that work on others count for nothing in that very well-lit back alley where one keeps assignations with oneself: no winning smiles will do here, no prettily drawn lists of good intentions.”
—Joan Didion (b. 1934)