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Boo Picks 4 out of the 6 Winning Numbers in the $85 million September 7, 2002 Florida Lotto and in the very next pick, Little Kitty picks all of the remaining 2 Numbers.
How do Boo and Little Kitty pick Lotto numbers, you ask? Well, I have a Java Script Random Number Selector Program on one of my websites which allows me to set the 'pick range' (1-53) and the 'no repeating number' defaults. Then I chase Boo all over the house trying to catch her and I hold her over the keyboard until her hind paws tag the enter key. Little Kitty is much more cooperative in the effort.
Here's the punch line. I lost these tickets and didn't find them until recently. Winnings have to be claimed within 6 months, so I never even got the $70 for the "4 out of 6" pick.  Just think of how horrid this would have been if we had WON this $85 million Lotto jackpot and then got nothing because of the 6 month deadline!
Here's another bizarre fact. This is the SECOND TIME in the past year this has happened, except it was Little Kitty who first picked 2 out of 6 Lotto numbers ... and then in the very next pick Boo picked all of the remaining 4 numbers.
For years I've been trying to tell my sister, Cindy, that my cats are "Psychic Aliens" ... But Noooooooo ... she wouldn't listen. You look at my cats' eyes and then think of every Sci-Fi Alien movie you have ever seen and then you realize, this is 'proof positive' that my cats are Psychic Aliens!.
I'm charging $50 per person for a brief 'carnival sideshow' viewing of the "Psychic Alien Cats" as they go about their daily activities.  I'm charging $500 per person for a cheap 'carnival sideshow' viewing of a man pulling his hair out looking for his Lotto tickets.  That one is really gonna cost ya.


 
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