I'd probably keep it pretty quiet too. Even with the lump sum award and what you have after taxes you'd have a considerable sum of money. Probably end up needing the services of a good lawyer, accountant, and financial planner to cover your ass.
This is what I would do. Set aside $10-15mil in a variety of savings accounts, stocks, bonds, etc.... The interest from this should provide me with an income that would allow me to not have to work. I'd most certainly go and pay off my debts (student loans, car, credit cards). Then go and buy some toys for myself. A couple of cars, a house or two, but nothing all that extravagant. Next I'd go and gift money to my immediate family. Set up something so my parents could comfortably retire in the next 5-15 years. Set up college funds for my niece and nephew. And for the rest, I would most likely find some very good causes to donate my money to, or set up a foundation.
Which reminds me... I need to pick up my ticket. Gotta play to win.
[Edited 2005-11-15 20:30:35]
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