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Atlanta Man Wins $1 Million Lottery For SECOND TIME In Three Years!!!

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atlanta man wins million dollar lottery for second time in three years

Wow! "Lucky" isn't even a strong enough word!

For the SECOND time in THREE YEARS, 50-year-old Atlanta man Delma Kinney has won a $1 million payday from the Georgia Lottery's Super Millions instant game!!!!!

Here's what he had to say about it:

"I sat in the car with the ticket, and when I saw the matching numbers, I knew."

When Delma won his first million dollars back in '08, he chose to save a chunk of his money for his three childrens' college education. This time, he says he plans on donating some of his newfound money to charity.

Congratulations, Delma! We're glad to hear that UR using that money for good…and we wish U luck on winning a THIRD million dollar payout! Ha!

What would U do with $2 million of lottery money???

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4 comments to “Atlanta Man Wins $1 Million Lottery For SECOND TIME In Three Years!!!”



  1. 1

    …wins for 2nd time then takes out his best friend from the lottery office for a drink!



  2. 2

    Sounds fishy to me…



  3. 3

    If I were to win I would pay off debt, invest, and still have modest living. I also would not tell anyone I won because 2 million could go fast and quick.



  4. 4

    Re: stardust2me
    "If I were to win I would pay off debt, invest, and still have modest living. I also would not tell anyone I won because 2 million could go fast and quick"….
    . . . . . . . . .
    Sounds about like the plan I'd go w/as well … Keeping my mouth closed would be difficult, but a definate necessity …