At 11:01 AM 7/22/01 -0600, Chris Rasch wrote:
>In a 1985 paper in the Journal of the Institute of Socioeconomic Studies,
>Kaplan found that one-fourth of the big winners and their spouses stopped
>within a year of their winning...."
As I suspected. The great majority *don't* stop working. And that's with
big-bucks lottery winnings. Maybe people *aren't* slothful, given some
non-dire options; maybe this is the myth of original sin.
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