I want to try to explain part of why the world seems so crazy these days. Evelyn Marie Adams won $3.9 million in the New Jersey lottery in 1986. Four months later she won again, collecting another $1.4 million. '‘I’m going to quit playing,’’ she told the New York Times. ‘‘I’m going to give everyone else a chance.’’ It was a big story at the time, because number-crunchers put the odds of her double win at a staggering 1 in 17 trillion....
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