In a previous article, we followed a discussion on how people would give money to their relatives, depending on how they felt at the time. So what do you think? How would you distribute your wealth to the people closest to you? Share your opinion...
Most lottery players are very positive people. They realise that not every game will prove a winner but the next one might. That thought keeps them playing when others fall by the wayside.
There's 3 positives you should know about being positive:
See What Magician David Blaine Did For Homeless Man With Just 3 Lottery Tickets. How Did He Do That!
Street magician David Blaine approached a man in New York recently and asked him to buy three lottery tickets. What the famous illusionist did next in front of the cameras was sure to make all lottery players jealous. VIDEO
Sure, the lottery win makes you happy, but then you have to face the family and close relatives.
So you've won. Who will you share your lotto win with - and how much will you give them?
Neighbor Collects A $2 Million Powerball Prize But She Didn't Buy The Ticket. The Result Wasn't Pretty
Elena Rebollar collects the $2 million Powerball check, seen here with her family. PHOTO: KVUE
A De Salle woman picked up a check for $2 million from a Powerball ticket. Except the Texas resident didn't buy the ticket, and the ugly truth was only discovered when a lawsuit ensued.
The Mobil station where the Infinity G35 car owner lost his car while getting tickets.
We hope he won! The man who left his car running to buy lottery tickets watched as someone drove it away, according to a Boynton Beach Police report.
Park Min Young is a popular young actress in Korea who had some cosmetic surgery, and as you can see it has made a big difference. So would you take that step to improve your face now you've got unlimited funds? Tell us.
Lucky indeed - William Smith of Loxahatchee won a $1 million jackpot from the the Florida Lottery Lucky Money draw.
The Lucky Money game was a winner for this Florida resident, giving him a $1 million win.
William Smith chose a one-time, lump-sum payment for his $1 million winnings which came to $772,249.31.
®Thai lottery street sellers and the strange mushroom that has caused excitement in a Thai neighborhood. PHOTO
A rare Octopus Stinkhorn mushroom was discovered in the pot of a Bangkok houseplant and has become an object of worship and potential fortune as crowds line up to glean lucky lottery numbers from it.
Winning large lottery sums takes less skill than spending it. Here's some advice.
Seems so simple doesn't it? Win a large sum, pay off debts, help out your family with houses and cars, trip no-expense-spared travel, and indulge all your fantasies at once.
Why is this woman in tears after being singled out and shown a mysterious sign?
John Hagerty of the Virginia Lottery reassures players about their ticket security.
When a California gas station came under investigation after a lottery ticket that should have returned a $75,000 reward only returned $75.00, many players around the United States got concerned.