Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Tribute Tuesday

William Post III (66) Pennsylvania man who won a $16.2 million jackpot and bitterly called it the lottery of death after his life turned sour, who started various businesses with siblings that failed, saw his sixth wife move out and his brother be convicted of trying to kill him, and was sued by his landlady and some-times girlfriend for one-third of his winnings, who was also convicted of assault for firing a shotgun over the head of a man who came to his mansion to collect a bill in the early 1990s, and who was left with about $1 million after all bills and debts where paid off, died of respiratory failure in Seneca, Pennsylvania on January 15, 2006.

If you have ever thought to yourself why can't I just win the Lottery, then you can share in this tribute and thank your lucky stars! Money is not the key to ANY problem. Open a Bible to find that.

So I give a one million, piano falls on your head, two million, mauled by a grizzly bear, three million, get rare disease and have to amputate all apendages salute to William Post III.