The Spanish Christmas Lottery Advert 2015

The long awaited advert for the Spanish Christmas Lottery is here and its a very emotional and touching one to say the least.

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+8 1. Hercules commented 4 years ago

The Lottery. A tax on fools.
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+2 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#2 I guess you would have to ask the fools who have won it ;) :squirrel:

The moral of this story is be a nice guy don't bother paying into the lottery syndicate and you will get your share anyway. ;)
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+4 3. Austin commented 4 years ago

>#2 I guess you would have to ask the fools who have won it ;)

The odds of winning anything is statistically quite low. You have better odds of being hit by a car in a crosswalk than winning the lottery. Then you need to calculate the winnings, a great majority of winning tickets are small teaser payouts, versus the monies spent over time to win something. A huge majority of people actually lose money in this transaction when looked at over time, this is an empirical fact, and those with less discretionary income disproportionally play lotteries – people whose money would be better spent on tangible things like food, rent, etc. etc. It is quite simply a tax on the fools and sadly the lower classes.
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+3 4. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#3 As long as you keep your stake low and accept it for what it is I don't see any problem with the lottery and in certain countries the money paid in goes to good causes in addition to making profits for the organisers. One thing is indisputable if you don't buy a ticket your odds are far worse than being hit by a car. Nobody is really bothered about winning the tiny amounts, every player wants to win the jackpot or a life changing amount. There are now thousands of people who have done just that. A couple of dollars worth of hope for some people is all they have. Life after all is a lottery and a beach if you believe the posters. :P
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+3 5. mircea911 commented 4 years ago

this is the pixar guy from up, when he was younger :D