Here's an idea for all those losing Powerball ticks (VIDEO)

With the Powerball skyrocketing to over $1.5 billion (with a B), there has to be some sort of alternative use for all those inevitably unlucky tickets.

With that in mind, the Richard and the Full Mag gang break out the Deagle .50, which costs so much to shoot that you need to get four out of five numbers to keep it fully stoked.

And here is the really scary part of this video…all of these 500 tickets are for the upcoming drawing and not for one that’s already occurred. Leaving the possibility open that one of these may be the winner. Which in turn would mean that Richard would likely shoot up some truly epic stuff in a future where he had no economic barrier.

You know what they say, you can’t win if you don’t play.

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