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The drawing for the second-largest lottery jackpot of all time is Wednesday night, when it will either irrevocably alter the life of a lucky ticket holder or send the nation into a never-before-seen state of money mania — again.
What would you do with $500 million? That's a question millions of people across the country are asking themselves as the clock ticks down to Friday's record-breaking Mega Millions lottery drawing.
During the Mega Millions hysteria, the establishment had seen lines of people hoping for lightning to strike twice, said Jeff Wesley, who sold the winning ticket.
Mr. Wesley said some people come in and say they think the store has used up its luck from last year, but he sees it differently.