You don't have to be good at math to know that the odds are overwhelming against you. A probability lesson teaches this well. Do the math, it doesn't add up. It's one of the worst investments and way too often a waste. I remember hearing a Dave Ramsey static quote on the radio a while ago. It was the number of the poor and financially struggling who play the lottery was over 70%. The number of rich or financially well to do was 6%.
LMAO I NEVER win the lottery, so I barely try it... I think the most I won was $2 back on a $2 ticket.... Ah well... Sometimes you feel lucky, buy a ticket...and find out.... yeeeeah, you weren't so lucky...just broke. (B