Here are the winning Powerball numbers! Lottery says at least 3 winners

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These are the winning Powerball numbers from the $500 million drawing on February 11, 2015, according to powerball.com.

According to CNN, a lottery official said three winning tickets were sold in Texas, North Carolina and Puerto Rico.

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3 comments

  • Callie Chan (@calliechan780)

    Lottery tickets are a tax. I call it a “fool’s tax” because only fools choose to pay a tax that otherwise they would not have to pay.

    Seriously – I can’t think of a bigger waste of money than a lottery ticket. No wonder we have debt/budget issues. Americans are financially stupid.

    Most Americans borrow to the max and then whine about not having enough money . So you have a nice house, car, and boat.

    I’m just gonna make smart decisions with my money so I don’t end up with an empty bank account:

    1) Paying off my debts as they come to me. Never holding a credit card balance longer than a month. If this means living in a small studio apartment and eating ramen, rice, and beans, so be it.

    2) I will always buy small, fuel efficient and durable cars. I drive a 2006 Honda Civic now. It costs me nothing to fill up and next to nothing to insure ($24/month from Insurance Panda… woohoo!). I will not drive when I don’t need to, and use public transportation whenever possible.

    3) Developing multiple revenue streams. Doing side jobs. Building up small businesses. Doing contract work. Basically doing whatever I can to generate income from multiple sources.

    4) Grow my revenue and assets no matter what. Make sure I am always expanding and develop them to the point that they consistently generate reliable cash flow.

    5) The most important one – make as much as I can. Save as much as I can.

    Lottery tickets…iPhones… ecigarettes… Starbucks… Chipotle Burritos…new clothes.. organic lipgloss… expensive yoga classes. Why not try living in your means for once? No wonder we have a debt crisis