Don't be just too honest sometimes
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When you win a lottery, questions like "What will you do with your prize?" are nothing unusual. For sure, you will claim to donate some of the money to help the homeless or the orphans or to support your family's life, for example. Who cares if those anwers are true or not? They contain goodwill, and that's enough. However, some people seem to be more honest than they should be. Yes, over-honest!
Things you may know: Powerball is a lottery game played in 44 states of the U.S., Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. A woman named Gloria Mackenzie (Florida) was reported to win the biggest Powerball jackpot ever ($590 million) in May 2013.
By: Chris Stewart