People often associate winning the lottery, at least in my region of the country, with it actually being a bad thing. The most common thing you hear is "they're always bankrupt in a few years," or, "they lose all their friends and family because of it." Sadly, because of some examples of mismanagement and stupidity, that happens here a lot.
However, when I read that twenty people who work in a metal manufacturing plant won, I was really happy. They have spent $120 a week on the lottery for years, and they seemed like they play the lottery for the same reason I do (albeit, I spend a lot let less). They played for the hope of winning, and it gave them something to day-dream about, but never actually expected to win. Blue collar people winning and having the money split between 20 families? Awesome, I say. I'm excited for them. Way to go Tennessee 20! Congratulations on the luck. Enjoy the money.