Lottery is a game in which if a person wins he gets the money without making much effort . I have tried to play lottery on few occations but every time I was the looser and never got the chance to win. People know that playing lottery is not a sure stage to make away with money but the greed of winning pulls them towards playing the lottery till they loose the last penny.
I play now and then, literally once every few weeks or months and I don't spend a lot of money doing so. I may spend $5 or $10 at most and that's it for several weeks or months. The very first time I played I won a weird amount, $488, but hey, I only paid $1 to play . I play with the hope of winning something with little effort just like Padmendra said but I am realistic and know that there are much better chances of losing than winning. Sometimes I win, sometimes I don't, but when I do lose it's no big deal because it's discretionary money, not necessity money. The people that spend money they don't have are the ones that lose their last pennies and it would appear they've also lost their marbles
Alabama doesn't have the lottery. But when the winning is big and maybe not, people can cross over to Georgia and play the lottery. Once or twice when someone went to Georgia, I will give a buck or two for it. Never do win.
no, i don't play the lottery. Because the lottery luck is a gambler's fallacy. And i don't believe in that.
i am playing lottery 1 or 2 a months, wishing that i could win the jackpot prizes and could change my life. it is in my mind that, lucky if i win, if not, its ok because i just donated it for charity.
by David 6 years ago
Do you play the lottery in your area?The Mega Millions jackpot is reaching near record highs, what would you do with the money if you won?
by Stacie L 7 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...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
I see commercials for the local state lotteries and the national ones and wonder if I'm just wasting my money buying a ticket.it is a harmless past time and doesn't cost very much.on the other hand,it does cause some people with an addictive impersonality to gamble too much..do you spend money on a...
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 Tracy K. 6 years ago
Is it okay for Christians to play the lottery? Why or why not?
by Film Fanatic 603 6 years ago
If somebody bought you a winning lottery ticket would you give them a percentage of the winnings.
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