Powerball up to $305 million

Sunday, Aug 12, 2012 11:37 PM
Last updated Monday, Aug 13, 2012 12:21 AM
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ATLANTA — The Powerball jackpot has grown to $305 million for Wednesday's drawing.
The prize grew after no one matched all six numbers in the multi-state lottery drawing Saturday night. The winning numbers were: 4, 13, 39, 46 and 51. The Powerball was 1.
Although no one hit the jackpot, several people made out nicely. Five Powerball tickets won $1 million because they matched five of the six winning numbers, according to the official Powerball website. The million-dollar tickets were sold in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
No one has won big in Powerball since June 23, when a couple from Connecticut won $60 million.

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robaroo
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robaroo 08/12/12 - 11:46 pm
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Sucker Bet

Suckers lose way more than they win. Lotteries are a tax on stupid people.

YeCats
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YeCats 08/13/12 - 12:52 am
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No! I read somewhere that

No! I read somewhere that Lotto, (government) is the solution! (Tongue firmly in cheek)

Well, now the "I'll only play when it's over a couple of a 100 million", will participate now. Someone has to win it.

Solutions abound.

seenitB4
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seenitB4 08/13/12 - 05:44 am
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Someone will win

Our whole life is a gamble.....driving a car---walking the sidewalks---flying in a plane---getting married...get me a ticket!!

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dichotomy 08/13/12 - 06:01 am
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I'm with you seenit. I expect

I'm with you seenit. I expect I will have to buy a ticket or two at $305 million.

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