Jim McCullar kissed his wife, Carolyn, as he claim his $190 million share of the Mega Millions lottery, part of the large size jackpot in the history of the U.S. lottery.
"I think $190 million is pretty good for this little, old Mississippi boy," Jim McCullar said. "People comprise been good to me all my life. It's called pay it forward."MCuller, 68, and his wife live in Ephrata, Wash., a town of fewer than 7,000 people, where he workings as a real estate agent. McCullar is one of two people who selected the correct numbers to earn a share of a $380 million Mega Millions bonanza. The other champion from Idaho, has not contacted lottery officials.
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