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March 30, 2012
Who wants to place odds on whether or not this image was faked? (In case you’re wondering: 2-4-23-38-46, MB 23)
EDIT: Not that it should be shocking, but it’s most likely faked. According to her IMDB page, her boyfriend is Anthony Cumia … a radio guy who you might know from his long association with this guy named Opie. The two of them work on this show known for its pranks.

Who wants to place odds on whether or not this image was faked? (In case you’re wondering: 2-4-23-38-46, MB 23)

EDIT: Not that it should be shocking, but it’s most likely faked. According to her IMDB page, her boyfriend is Anthony Cumia … a radio guy who you might know from his long association with this guy named Opie. The two of them work on this show known for its pranks.

23:44 // 2 years ago

Mega Millions record jackpot: The odds are fairly long, everybody

  • $540M the amount the Mega Millions jackpot is going for this weekend, which is a record by the way
  • $176M the amount it would cost to theoretically buy every single ticket combination  possible in the lottery
  • $117M the amount, after federal (not state) taxes, you’d gain if you bought every single ticket source

» However, you’d still have to buy those tickets: If you were able to buy every ticket combination and fill it out, it’d take you 28 years to fill them out, and you’d exhaust the nation’s supply of lottery paper and ink in the process. So, to put it simply: Even if you’re Mark Zuckerberg and you can afford to make such an investment, it’ll take too long to actually fill out the tickets to win. And that total could be cut further, even, if someone else wins.

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11:06 // 2 years ago