181 million lottery winner finds love


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Did A $181 Million Lottery Winner ‘Find The Love Of His Life?’ Viral Photo Exposed As Hoax


Did A $181 Million Lottery Winner ‘Find The Love Of His Life?’ Viral.

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In WWII, there were 291,557 Americans killed in combat. They died at Pearl Harbor, on D-Day, on the bloody sands of Iwo Jima. They were killed by enemy fire, brutal & unyielding. Since March, 250k Americans are dead. The enemy is not foreign. It is within.


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“Do As I Say Not As I Do”

Great leaders own their mistakes

One of the ways you can tell good leaders from great leaders is how they handle their mistakes.

Acknowledge your mistakes. (with help from the public)

Learn from your mistakes. (will probably not do it again)

Move beyond your mistakes. (Success is connected with action. Successful people keep moving; they make mistakes but don’t quit.)

Teach others from your mistakes. ( When you make mistakes, make a point of teaching others what you’ve learned. Doing so builds connection and trust. The best leaders are the great teachers, coaches, and guides who show us the way after they have been down that path.)

Did A $181 Million Lottery Winner 'Find The Love Of His Life?' Viral Photo Exposed As Hoax

Lottery winner meets love of his life, two days after the big win

This is one of those fake viral images that you’d think everyone would recognize immediately to be a joke. And yet, quite a few people seem to take it seriously, such as the people on this reddit thread where it was recently posted.

The woman is the Swedish actress, singer, and glamour model Natacha Peyre. The guy next to her remains unidentified. He’s probably just a fan that she agreed to pose for a photo with. According to reports, Peyre has been dating Swedish pop singer Dhani Lennevald for a number of years, and he’s not the guy in the photo, nor is he a $181 million lottery winner.

Below is a larger, slightly brighter version of the image, minus the breaking-news banner. In it you can see that behind Peyre there appears to be a poster of her. So this photo must have been taken at a publicity event of some kind for one of her shows. The guy’s expression definitely is classic.

The first references to the image started popping up around March 2009 (such as here). The TVN Breaking News banner was added about two years later.

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