In Other News: A Guy Wins $291 Million in the Lottery, While His Brother Wins Seven Bucks

| March 7, 2016


This photo is proof that it IS possible to win a sibling rivalry.

67-year-old James Stocklas is a judge in Pennsylvania, and he went on a fishing trip to Florida last month with his brother Bob.  And they both bought lottery tickets.  (They didn’t say how old Bob was.)

And they BOTH won.  James won the $291 million Powerball jackpot, while Bob won . . . seven bucks.  But the Florida lottery commission clearly has a sense of humor, because they gave BOTH of them giant checks for their prizes on Friday.


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