The National Lottery

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The National Lottery

Postby John Hughes on April 9th, 2011, 10:59 am

Dear Tom,

I hope that this finds you well, sir?

I wonder if, with the recent ,huge, mega-money jackpot on the Euro Millions game, do you yourself ever play the weekly National Lottery?

If so, do you - like many - stick to the same set of "regular" numbers each week, or are you more partial to the excitement of the unknown with a "lucky dip"?

Also, do you think that lottery funding will one day totally replace the grant to the Arts Council? God forbid...

As ever, my fond appreciation.
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Re: The National Lottery

Postby Tom Baker on April 18th, 2011, 4:38 pm


I don't do the lottery often because it's such a lousy bet. But I give pound coins to various beggars in the Strand, London, and some tell me they blow it on the lottery.

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