Lottery to Hell

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LOTTERY TO HELL

Winning the lottery has becoming the ultimate dream in everyone's life. In many years the lottery game as changed and it has attract millions of people around the world today. with the latest winners and the amount of money they took home, everyone wants a chance to be a winner. But it is often said, " Be careful what you wish for as everything comes with a price." For many of us, winning the lottery orld. With the lottery today and the amount of money given to the winners it attracts millions of people around the worlds. It is becoming the most as passed the lottery game has changed and more andIt is an easy game and requires very less amount of money to play, but the chances of winning are a one in a million. In everyone's mind, spending their last dollar bill on a ticket and pick out random numbers may turn their life around in a positive and joyful way. In fact, winning the lottery could bring someone's life more than just joy, it could turn their life into a living nightmares. Despite the risks on winning the lottery, more and more people are drawn to the idea of winning a fortune amount of money by playing guessed numbers and spending less money. Throughout the years, study shows that more and more lottery winners have had experienced the nightmares of winning the lottery ticket, this includes life at risk, depression, and death.

Life at risk is known to be the most common effect on lottery winners. Lottery winners are more expose to danger because of the lack of experience, carelessness, security and privacy. One winner for example, 45 years old name Jack Whittaker, who won a power ball lottery ticket worth of $314.9 million dollars in West Virginia in December 2002. Shorty after winning, rubbers constantly breaks in into his properties and stole whatever they desire, he later start hiring local police of duty to guard his house and being his body guard. Lottery winners are not only exposing to the outside dangers...
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