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7<div style="width:600px;border:2px dashed #023563;text-align:left;padding:15px;font-size:17px;font-family:cursive;background-color:#F0F0F0;"><b>Powerball, Mega Millions, Super Lotto, Fantasy, you name it...</b><br />
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9There are 275,223,510 different combinations that can be drawn...<br />
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11And yet for the BIGGEST WINS IN U.S. HISTORY...<br />
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1340% of the time the first number was a variation of 1 (either 1, 10, or 11)...<br />
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1545% of the time the winning Powerball was 19 (notice how 1 + 9 = 10?)...<br />
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1750% of the time the winning Powerball was a variation of 7 (see here why 7 is such a common number and how it appears every 2 weeks...)<br />
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19<b>Want to be even more tripped out?</b><br />
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21<a href="http://textplus.us/gEBqjnXIg1uzyg94N1ixu8UJ2zK7i9thQXPxCd2KIlHdC629" target="blank"><b>Check out minute 6:10 of this brief video...</b></a><br />
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23You&rsquo;ll see how the same four numbers show up in 60% of top lottery jackpots...no exceptions!<br />
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28<div style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:2px;">njay&#39;s father Sunil Dutt (Paresh Rawal) plans to launch his acting career in Bollywood with the film Rocky (1981). Upset over his father&#39;s controlling behaviour on set, Sanjay is encouraged by his friend Zubin &quot;God&quot; Mistry to try drugs for the first time. Sanjay soon discovers that his mother Nargis (Manisha Koirala) is suffering from pancreatic cancer and is taken to New York for treatment. This incident furthers his descent into alcoholism and drug addiction. He meets Kamlesh (Vicky Kaushal), a fan of Nargis, in New York, and they become quick friends. Kamlesh manages to make Sanjay stay away from his addiction; after learning of his girlfriend Ruby&#39;s (Sonam Kapoor) fixed marriage due to his ongoing drug addiction, Sanjay relapses. Kamlesh (Kamli) convinces Ruby to register marry Sanjay; but when Ruby after realising her love for Sanjay, she agrees and comes to the registration office, only to find that he is not there
29  and on reaching Sanjay&#39;s house realizes that he is still under the influence of drugs and decides to leave him. Nargis passes away three days before the release of Rocky, which takes an emotional toll on Sanjay. Sanjay agrees to attend a rehabilitation centre in the United States, and eventually recovers with the help of his father and Kamlesh. On returning to India, he meets with &#39;God&#39; his friend and beats him for selling him drugs. Sanjay realizes that he was given drugs while &#39;God&#39; himself was consuming glucose. The later part of Dutt&#39;s life is narrated by his now-estranged friend Kamlesh, who Winnie tracks down in New York. Kamlesh is at first reluctant since he has wasted many years of his life on Sanju but finally agrees to tell her the story. In the 1990s, Sanjay turns to bodybuilding and his career in Bollywood has greatly improved. After the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition, Sanjay acquires three AK-56 rifles to ensure the protection of his father, who
30 had by then ventured into politics, and sister, Priya Dutt. A series of bombings occur in Bombay shortly thereafter. Sanjay is arrested in 1993 for possession of illegal arms supposedly supplied by the D-Company to be trafficked for protection during potential communal rioting after the bombings. Sanjay is convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for five years under Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act (TADA), threatening his career. Indian media labels him as a terrorist, further tarnishing his public image. Believing Sanjay to be guilty, Kamlesh severs ties with him. After his release in 1995, Sanjay appears in a string of flops. When his popularity had begun to wane, he is forced to sign for the title role in Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003) by his father, who also features in the movie. Sanjay&#39;s performance garners him the Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Comic Role and his public image improves, making his father proud. Shortly afterwards, his father passe
31 s away. In 2006, the Bombay High Court finds Dutt guilty under the Possession of Arms Act, while not finding him to be a terrorist. In 2013, he is arrested again by the same verdict upheld by the Supreme Court of India. Sanjay convinces Winnie and Kamlesh of his innocence by blaming the media for falsely accusing him of terrorism, and is subsequently released from prison in 2016. Sanjay finds out that Winnie has completed writing his biography, titled Kuch Toh Log Kahenge (transl. People will keep saying something), named after one of his father&#39;s favourite songs from the film Amar Prem (1972). He exits the jail and reunites with Kamlesh and Manyat</div>
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