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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Yahoo!: Powerball fever sweeps the nation

That's not good. All that money fever may result in health problems and that means you could be confronted with ObamaScare. Oops, I intended to write ObamaCare.

Fox News: Can $500 Million Buy Happiness?
We already know money can't buy you happiness, but it sure is easy to have and even more so when you have a lot of it.

CBS: Powerball at $500 million: What to do if you win.
Well, I suppose all of that depends on what is left over after the IRS laid their hands on it. You may end up with just enough to throw a decent party.

NBC: $500 million will buy you a lot of ... misery.
And that is coming from the mouths of those who have been there, done that. It may be wise to read up on their experiences and decide you will either take their advice to heart, or save the money you had intended to spend on Powerball tickets.

ABC: $1,200 Dish at Calif. Restaurant.
In case there is more left over then expected you may want to check out what causes this dish to be so expensive. Maybe it is handed to you on a silver platter, or you get to take home the plates you ate from. I am curious, so let me know what is so special about it.

CNN: Why you won't win the $500 million.
The likelihood you won't win is more a probability than a possibility. Don't be too disappointed, but be grateful you were spared all the misery. I am sure the winner will be welcomed with open arms in the circle of the previous 'lucky' ones.

Misery loves company!



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