but anon, they changed the odds to increase the compounding prizes (thus decreasing the odds of winning)
In fact, you'd be better off betting against ANYONE winning it this week.
If there was an option to put down $2 that NOBODY would win the grand prize this drawing, I'd do it.
>People are retarded enough to spend money they barely have on lottery tickets.
You fuckers deserve to lose your money.
Bad news. I created a lotto app in Java (jar file. can give to anyone that wants), bought 100,000 tickets for a pretend sum of hefty cash, and guess what. No win. Did this ten times. No win.
You. Will. Never. Win.
>still being fooled by the "anyone can become rich" meme
>implying they're all unique entries
>implying the majority is not confined to a variety of the first 31 digits (important and "lucky" dates)
>implying 292M tickets will sell
Put your money where your mouth is. I'll make a trip, you make a trip and we report back tomorrow. We can even find a way to bet on it if you'd be down for it.
The powerball literally ruined my day today. I had a line of lotto niggers backed up for 10 hours straight. Lotto niggers - the worst kind of customer that anyone can encounter anywhere. The kind of customer that is very slow, VERY anal, they also don't know what the fuck they're doing too and of course it's ALL MY FAULT. Couldn't sit down once, eat anything, even use the toilet ALL. DAY.
Forget the automated lotto machine over by the door. The one that you can easily feed a couple of bills and get a ticket in 2 seconds. Come stand in line for 10 minutes. Tell me some random numbers that won't do any better than the other random numbers. Read them wrong a few times, get angry. Yell a little, get everyone else angry too. Make things interesting right?
That's what you get for working at a gas station/convenience store. Don't you get a ton of idle time any other day? Consider this paying karma for all those times you didn't do shit all shift.
And holy moley, nobody won, and now the jackpot is literally the biggest lottery jackpot in American history
Don't most people just select random numbers the lottery machine spits out? Thats what I do, since it literally doesn't matter, and I'd rather not be attached to specific sets of numbers which may never win in my lifetime.
epin, simply epin