During lunch we pondered a miraculous event - winning the lottery. Surprisingly, most stated they would live in their current home and opt for all new windows!
I was shocked!
What would you do if you won the lottery? New home complete with spa and swimming pool (my 1st choice!) or new windows?
Depending on how much was won, would depend on how it was spent.
by Steven Escareno 8 years ago
I just read this article, and I wanted to get everyone's take on it. a guy just won the lottery, and still collects food stamps to this day because it's considered a liquid asset. Therefore, he's still technically eligible to receive food stamps, due to this technicality. What are...
by Abdus Salaam 3 years ago
To all atheists: what if I asked God for the winning lotto numbers and He said 13, 8, 28, 18, 2, 48and you won, will you believe in Him OR will you say it was luck, coincidence and rigged
by Film Fanatic 603 6 years ago
If somebody bought you a winning lottery ticket would you give them a percentage of the winnings.
by Richard Bivins 9 years ago
I have won 3 different lotteries today for a total of over 1 million GBP and 427,000 Euros. The cool thing is I didn't even know I was entered into any international lotteries. Don't you have to purchase a ticket in Europe or GB? You do here in the US.This was the latest one:This is to inform...
by tomtheledge 9 years ago
To win from the lottery you must choose from 2 options, which will prevent you from being such a loser ! 1. Increase your odds with the same amount of initial investment, but then risk losing it.(save for the month then bet it all on one draw) 2. Dont risk losing a penny of your initial investment...
by Stacie L 8 years ago
according to this article,there are 8 drawbacks to winning big...http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/Sa … ?GT1=330101. taxes...well that's a given..2.handling money becomes a second job3.keeping up with the Jonses...status is necessary evil4.no more bargain hunting5.strangers beg for...
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