They've done studies, you know. Sixty percent of the time it works every time.
So, last week I was listening to the radio and heard some interesting statistics, dealing with probability in particular. I'll assume they are true, even though we know that 72% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
The probability of winning the lottery ... 1/47 million.
The probability of death by being struck by lightning ... 1/56 thousand.
So, for which should you be more prepared?
DEFINITION: Lottery - a tax on people who can't do math.Okay, I'll admit that's not original with me, but cute nonetheless.