Winning the lottery would have helped with our farm debt. I was sure I had the numbers.
As usual, Bob had his doubts. Listen to this column from June 1990 to hear the results.
I rarely purchase any lottery tickets. When the prize was half a billion, I did buy one. Not even one of my numbers was called.
Dangling big prizes in front of people has everyone standing in long lines ready to put down money better spent on bread and milk, or at least a candy bar.
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