No winners in $425M Mega Millions jackpot, lottery officials say – CNN.com

Man, what I could do with all this money . . .

No winners in $425M Mega Millions jackpot, lottery officials say – CNN.com

Our subject story tells us about the lottery and how there will be even a larger pot this Tuesday as nobody won the drawing last Friday. All I can think of is how badly I could use all that money and how many of you have to lose so I can win . . .

Hey! Wishes and dreams are free and all it takes is a $1.00 ticket to win the lottery. That is of course if you are damn lucky. And, with the amount of tickets that will be sold for Tuesday’s drawing means you will have to be real damn lucky. The question asked most by media right now is, what would you do with all that money?

For myself the answer is simple. I WOULD SPEND, SPEND, SPEND IT! I would buy every toy I have ever wanted. I would piss away a good bit of it partying. I would snub my nose at every prick that treated me poorly in any way. And, when the weekend was over if I had any money left, I would pay my friggin PG&E bill. Okay, so it sounded good when I said it quickly. Of course, I would do none of those things. I would spend it wisely. I would hire financial advisors and attorneys to guide me in my efforts to use the money responsibly. Now, doesn’t that sound better?

Well, I do not know about the rest of you folks but the lottery will get my money later today and my “secret”  numbers picked at random by their machine. I will say my prayers. I will cross my fingers. I will buy a rabbits foot, or the whole rabbit if that will help. And, I will search for a rainbow, a four-leaf clover, and a falling star to further advance my efforts to win. Who am I kidding. I will stop by the local 7-Eleven, buy a quick pick ticket for $5.00 and probably forget where I put the ticket.

Regardless, for all of you playing the lottery for Tuesday’s drawing, GOOD LUCK! Make your checks payable to Rich Brunelle . . . Because if you win, I want to be your favorite tax-free relative for a year or two if you are the generous type.

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