If I won the lottery...
...I wouldn't still be playing it, nor would I be stingy with it, considering all the folks I either a) owe a great deal of my life to, or b) owe a great deal of money too. But I guess that's why I don't win the lottery.
This guy in New York won $165 million, and he still plays the lotto. He was already a millionaire before cashing his take-home check of $92 million, so it wasn't like he needed the money (like most of us do).
And even worse? The drug store he bought the ticket from didn't get a dime of a tip from him. They just got the $10,000 that the state gives out as a percentage of winning ticket sales. That's no small chunk of cash, but it certainly didn't come from the winner (a cheap-skate if there ever was one).