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Mega Millions Hopeful Struck By Lightning, Jackpot Clocked at Even Higher $656M

As the Mega Millions jackpot last week grew to an inconceivable $656 million, one hopeful lottery ticket buyer experienced something that will cause arguments for weeks to come among pedants as to whether it actually constitutes irony. Cash-strapped and just generally dreaming Americans queued up for hours and drove across state lines for a chance [...] Mega Millions Hopeful Struck By Ligh
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