Skip to comments.Virginia woman dreams of Obama, wins lottery
Posted on 11/30/2011 12:15:05 PM PST by Free ThinkerNY
You could call it a sweet dream.
A Virginia Beach woman says she dreamed about chatting with President Barack Obama, so the next day she played his birthday Aug. 4, 1961 in the Cash 5 daily lottery game.
Simone Christian felt so strongly about it she bought two tickets Oct. 15 with those numbers, so when they hit she received $200,000 instead of the game's top prize of $100,000.
The winning numbers were 1, 4, 6, 8 and 19.
As if that wasn't sweet enough, Virginia Lottery officials tell the Virginian-Pilot that Christian and her husband, Stanley, also won the game's top price in September of 2006.
Christian says she has no plans for the winnings.
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This, without doubt, proves that he is indeed, the anointed one.
This dizzy broad will be complaining like a 1%er after she see the tax bill on her winnings. A new Conservative convert in the making.
I had a dream about Rush Limbaugh last night. Maybe I should play his birthday numbers, then we would be even.
Maybe I’ll play the lottery with 11 6 12 as my numbers.
Even if I don’t win - at least America will. (I hope.)
A lot of “Green” Energy company owners musta had the same dream.
I had a dream two weeks ago that involved a password: CISY
What’s up with that?
The winning calender date is January 20, 2013.
WOW! Great luck, however, when the truth is finally revealed that isn’t his real birthday shouldn’t you have to give the money back since it was obtained fradulently just like OBowMao?
That’s why she dreamed of Obama. He’s going to tax her winnings all away!
Wasn't she a little concerned that the Obama in her dreams asked her to sign away her soul in blood in order to win the lottery, then cackled gleefully as he disappeared in puff of sulfuric smoke?
I dreamt of winning the lottery, and got Obama. Life is so unfair.
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