If you’re reading this question, you’re likely not one of the winners sharing a record $587.5 million Powerball lottery jackpot after Wednesday night’s drawing — unless you live in Missouri or Arizona, where tickets matching all six winning numbers were sold.
And even by chance if you are one of those winners, you’re likely not spending your time today reading Web sites to share your views on your good fortune. You likely have more pressing matters to address.
So, what’s your reaction today? Disappointed you didn’t win? Thrilled by the excitement of the chase? Relieved that the winning tickets were sold elsewhere, because you didn’t buy a ticket? Or do you avoid Powerball and other forms of gambling altogether?
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