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» Another Money Monday from InsureBlog
There were plenty of interesting posts, too, although I was particularly intrigued by this one explaining why one should play the lottery. Hmmm. [Read More]

» Why I play the Lottery from It's Just Money
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Bob

It occurs to me the lottery could also be bad for those with poor short term memory.

It occurs to me the lottery could also be bad for those with poor short term memory.

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