Mega Millions

Lot of folks have been talking about Mega Millions lately. Heres the latest scoop.

Mega Millions' changes pay off in $230M jackpot, $5M second prize

27 November 2013 | 4:12 pm The Mega Millions jackpot for the Nov. 29, 2013, drawing is up to $230 million, the game's biggest prize since March 2012. http://www.philly.com/philly/news/Bigger_jackpot_5M_winner_are_signs_Mega_Millions_changes_are_working.html

$230 MILLION: Mega Millions jackpot rolls

27 November 2013 | 1:46 pm Lottery players across the United States are buying their Mega Millions tickets in preparation for Friday's massive $230 million drawing, after nobody won Tuesday's $205 million jackpot. http://www.lotterypost.com/news/268945

Mega Millions Jackpot Rises To $230 Million

27 November 2013 | 11:09 am You could do a lot of things with $230 million… http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2013/11/27/mega-millions-jackpot-rises-to-230-million/

Powerball, Mega Millions, Euro Millions, LottoMax Formula (Kindle Edition) tagged “mega millions” 2 times

19 May 2012 | 12:15 am Powerball, Mega Millions, Euro Millions, LottoMax Formula Powerball, Mega Millions, Euro Millions, LottoMax Formula (Kindle Edition)By Eze Ugbor Buy new: $4.99 Customer Rating: 3.6 Customer tags: mega millions(2), win, lottery, powerball, euro millions, lotto book, best lottery books, lottery books, lotto, lotto max, best lottery book, lottery winners http://www.amazon.com/Powerball-Mega-Millions-LottoMax-Formula-ebook/dp/B005EIL3HC?tag=cclub-20

Lotto Winning Wheels For Powerball & Mega Millions, 2006 Edition (Paperback) tagged “mega millions” 3 times

13 January 2011 | 3:30 pm Lotto Winning Wheels For Powerball & Mega Millions, 2006 Edition Lotto Winning Wheels For Powerball & Mega Millions, 2006 Edition (Paperback)By Gail Howard Buy new: $13.30 Customer Rating: 3.6 Customer tags: lottery(8), lottery system(8), powerball(7), numbers(6), gail howard(5), lotteries(4), mega(4), mega millions(3), lotto(3), smart luck(2), winning wheels(2), quick(2) http://www.amazon.com/Winning-Wheels-Powerball-Millions-Edition/dp/0945760418?tag=cclub-20

Mega Millions Jackpot Rises To $230 Million CBS Detroit

27 November 2013 | 8:59 am The grand prize amount rolled over because no player matched all the winning numbers to take the $205 million jackpot up for grabs Tuesday night. Mega Millions will be played again on Friday. Two players who bought a  http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2013/11/27/mega-millions-jackpot-rises-to-230-million/

NC Man First To Win $3M In New Mega Millions CBS Charlotte

26 November 2013 | 11:35 am Officials with the N.C. Education Lottery say a Rowan County man is the first in the nation to win $3 million playing the new Mega Millions game. http://charlotte.cbslocal.com/2013/11/26/nc-man-first-to-win-3m-in-new-mega-millions-game/

Mega Millions – Arkansas Online

23 November 2013 | 10:32 am The winning numbers drawn Friday night in Mega Millions: 17-23-35-36-44 Mega Ball: 8 Estimated jackpot: $181 million Megaplier: 03. http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2013/nov/23/mega-millions-20131123/

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25 November 2013 | 5:19 am $0.99 (0 Bids)
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9 Responses to Mega Millions

  • JBryan says:

    Who’s Your Favorite MEGA-RICH? Televangelist? Mine is Benny Hinn. I think he is a brilliant business man, an entertaining flashy showman, runs a multi-multi million dollar empire and has the best marketing team of any tv evangelist. The guy is totally smart and lives a lavish lifestyle funded completely by his very vulnerable followers. AMAZING!

    • Curator says:

      Hello friend, there are several good free game apps for iPhone. some of them are listed below.

      1. Words with Friends
      Who would have though that Apple’s iOS platform was the perfect platform for extended games of Scrabble-like board games? Words With Friends Free is exactly that — a brand of Scrabble that you can play against your friends by taking turns, over the Internet, at your own pace. Each player places a word and submits it to Words With Friends, which vets it to make sure it really is a word, and keeps score. You can play up to 20 games at a time, with as much time as you want between turns — it’s all up to you.

      2. Angry Birds
      Mentioning Angry Birds here feels like paying homage to the king, but the free version of Rovio Mobile’s inescapable and iconic casual bird-flinging masterpiece is actually a really solid game. First off, it features 15 levels that aren’t available in any other version of the game, which is at least something of an incentive to check it out. Secondly, it features the same very solid gameplay mechanics that make the paid version of Angry Birds work so well.

      3.Unblock Me
      There are tons of puzzle levels in Unblock Me Free, even though it’s a demo game for its paid counterpart. The premise is simple, even though the game is challenging: in each square level, you have a series of wooden rectangles that are placed together in the grid. One of the pieces is colored, and this one you’re trying to slide off the screen. The blocks can move horizontally or vertically, but only in the direction that they’re smallest side is facing – in other words, you can’t move the blocks sideways. Even the beginner puzzles are a decent challenge.

      4.Paper Toss 2.0
      The follow up to mega-hit Paper Toss offers even more time-wasting fun for free. The original game was downloaded more than 100 million times, but the sequel takes things to a new level. More than just paper, you get to throw bananas, grenades, tomatoes and more, all in new, improved settings with crisper, cleaner graphics. The game’s dynamics remain similar, but the gameplay has been refreshed and improved to increase replayability.

    • Curator says:

      Basically, lotteries are NOT investments. Your chances of winning are small enough as to be non-existent (for the main prize). Even with the smaller prizes, the thing is that you are likely to get back only about 60 cents on every dollar spent. Buying lottery tickets, no matter how good your system of selecting numbers, is best considered entertainment — a few seconds of thrill before you find you haven’t won anything.

      You get the same thrill whether you have 1 ticket or 100 tickets.

      The difference is that 100 tickets gives you 100 chances of winning, but 100 times, say, 1 in 50,000,000, still doesn’t really improve your chances in any significant way (you’re likely to have the numbers spread across all the tickets).

      That’s why so many ‘systems’ are out on offer — to get more chances in winning more of the smaller prizes, not to increase your chances in winning the main prize in any real way.

  • Dontae says:

    The Rich Wants The Poor To Stay Poor……. Agree? Not all the rich. but specifically the people who rule over the earth. the government, bankers etc. they want the poor to stay poor.

    • Curator says:

      Agree, and honestly?

      Look at who funds political campaigns, who sponsors the Media in advertising and who pays for the mega-churches. It’s ALL billionaire money, ALL Wall Streeter money, ALL from Bankers and the One Percent.

      It’s not a “generalization” if it’s true. Seriously, we’re turning into Russia here on this by having what, 35, 40, 50 percent of the wealth of the ENTIRE nation concentrated into the hands of a few _hundred_ people while 300 million people get to go begging for food this holiday season.

      Yes, even _with_ the almighty job at Wal-Mart, because nobody else hires.

      So yeah, agreed. Seriously agreed. They’re a plague and a cancer at this point. They’ve taken the future away from citizens entirely.

    • Curator says:

      To start, wind energy is simply the energy stored in wind due to it’s kinetic motion. Power is a rate of energy (units of energy per unit of time, just like speed is units of distance per unit of time) so wind power is the rate at which energy is delivered by the wind.

      Wind energy is among the less expensive of the renewable energy sources but the problem with assigning a cost to wind energy is it’s reliability. For example say it costs $1 million to build a 2MW (Mega-Watt) wind turbine. You might be tempted to say that wind costs $1 million per 2MW or $500000 per Mega-Watt but this isn’t really accurate because if the wind isn’t blowing, the turbine isn’t producing 2MW. Even if the wind is blowing but not very strong, the turbine doesn’t produce a full 2MW, it might only produce 1MW on some says.

      For this reason, wind power has a low reliability and it’s difficult to put a price on this. Let’s imagine tha the $1 million wind turbine in the previous example powers a small town. The residents probably won’t want to have no power in the middle of winter of there is no wind so they buy a small natural gas power plant for $200 000 to generate power when there is no wind. Is the cost of generating wind from the turbine really only $1 million? After all we needed to spend an extra $200 000 that we wouldn’t have spend otherwise if we had just powered the town with coal or natural gas. In fact we could have just powered the town with the natural gas plant for $200 000 instead of getting the wind turbine in the first place.

      Basically the cost of wind isn’t too expensive when you only consider the cost and maintenance of the turbine but when you consider the cost of backing it up with more reliable sources, it starts to become much more expensive. The fact that it doesn’t output power all the time makes it inefficient if you look at it in terms of what it could produce and what it actually produces on average.

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