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Arizona’s $588 million Powerball winner comes forward, and he's homeless - trying to reunite with his family

 
David Fap

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He wants his ex-wife back? Fuck that, I would be hammering a different model/actress-wannabe beach blonde every day.
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Now his family is trying desperately to reunite with him... and his newly found wallet

ahhhahhh
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fuck that! i'm only a state away!!


I'M driving there and hunting him down!!!! GIMME GIMMEE!!! lmao
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11/30/2012 03:43 PM
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Let this be further proof the universe dictates who wins. Your fate was written before you were even a thought.
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True, Any astrologer would have seen it in his natal chart..were just running a pre written program to experience this earth school.
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That is bullshit.

You freaks need to put down your crack pipes.
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11/30/2012 03:47 PM
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Sounds like a plant for the media to encourage more sheep to waste their savings on worthless paper.

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11/30/2012 03:50 PM
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Its FAKE NEWS you dumb fucks.

Hope you all had a chuckle picking on the homeless guy. You degenerate fucks.
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11/30/2012 03:52 PM
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Its FAKE NEWS you dumb fucks.

Hope you all had a chuckle picking on the homeless guy. You degenerate fucks.
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Thank you, Dr.Pickle.
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11/30/2012 03:58 PM
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Arizona’s $588 Million Powerball winner has come forward! He's a homeless guy living on the streets trying to reunite with his family. A pretty touching story :)

[link to superofficialnews.com]
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Im so happy for him. I hope he can reunite with his family! banana2
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11/30/2012 04:03 PM
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SAD ending for the story would BE ... Wife gets/lawyer gets to wife and the sue him for half, and he never gets to see his kids again !

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11/30/2012 04:04 PM
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Its fake.

ABC is reporting that possibly a person from Maryland visiting Arizona bought the winning ticket.

WTF?

If true that is sooooo lame.
 Quoting: Nexus-9


why is that lame?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1379065


I have a feeling about these things. When Jack Whittaker won in 2002 I was upset because I knew his life would turn out miserable and I was correct.

The Missouri winners will be fine, but this guy, I will just have to wait to see how this guy turns up at his announcement in Arizona.
 Quoting: Nexus-9


He doesn't exist. The article is SATIRE!

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11/30/2012 04:07 PM
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THIS IS FAKE

There is no way a homeless guy is living in Fountain Hills. The police there don't allow homeless people to sleep around. Fountain Hills is completely separated by mountains from Phoenix and only one major road goes into it, and that's Shea Blvd. This is like trying to tell someone a homeless bum from Bel Air won, it just isn't logical. That is unless the dude hiked all the way to Fountain Hills, a place where the average medium of household income is around $100,000, has nothing but snobby people and suburban cops, and then buys $10 lotto ticket. Fake, fake, fake, and more fake.

That and this is the only news page reporting on it. It's almost as obvious of a troll as the guy on Facebook trying to get "shares" fora chance at winning a million.
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11/30/2012 04:11 PM

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Not sure if some of you are stupid or just going along with the joke....

hmm
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11/30/2012 04:13 PM
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I'll call bsflag












Mark and Cindy Hill from Missouri have been identified as the3 first winner. This story is fake and nowhere else in MM Media.
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11/30/2012 04:18 PM
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STAGGGEDDD......

if this aint evidence that the lotto if FIXED, then I don't know what is!

think about it...

they let this homeless guy win, that way the masses think it's real. Then they buy more tickets for next time. ya the rags to riches story, but what it really is is it's throwing the dog a bone, so they can still believe the master still loves them and is fair to them.

This is propaganda 101. He didn't really win. But they used him as a patsy winner so that all the low income people will now buy more tickets for next time!

IT'S TOTAL AND COMPLETE HOG WASH!
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“He came in smelling of malt liquor and a strong odor of what I believe to be marijuana,” says 41-year-old Monica Lanter who was at the Phoenix Lottery Office when Horner arrived with the winning ticket. “I heard one of the employees ask Mr. Horner if he was going to have a $500 million crack party, just like that one episode from the Chappelle Show. I didn’t think that was very nice or funny whatsoever.”

cruisecruisecruise
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Good for this guy, but that was the best part!
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11/30/2012 04:29 PM
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It's total bunk.
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It has to be the most real of all. I was beginning to question whether any of it was legit!

Still just gambling tho and I will not be playing the game.
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11/30/2012 04:31 PM
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STAGGGEDDD......

if this aint evidence that the lotto if FIXED, then I don't know what is!

think about it...

they let this homeless guy win, that way the masses think it's real. Then they buy more tickets for next time. ya the rags to riches story, but what it really is is it's throwing the dog a bone, so they can still believe the master still loves them and is fair to them.

This is propaganda 101. He didn't really win. But they used him as a patsy winner so that all the low income people will now buy more tickets for next time!

IT'S TOTAL AND COMPLETE HOG WASH!
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Maybe he was Freemason & Illuminati claiming to be homeless and smelly?

lol
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11/30/2012 04:34 PM
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Who wants to bet he blows through the money and winds up homeless again?
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He should take the kids and invest 50 million in making sure the whore ends up homeless and alone
Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur...
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Not sure if some of you are stupid or just going along with the joke....

hmm
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The former. Look how many posts since still don't get it.
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Not sure if some of you are stupid or just going along with the joke....

hmm
 Quoting: HI.Lander


The former. Look how many posts since still don't get it.
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Have to admit it's a good joke. In other news, I quite enjoyed the video capture of the real winner cheering when he found out he won.
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Not sure if some of you are stupid or just going along with the joke....

hmm
 Quoting: HI.Lander


The former. Look how many posts since still don't get it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26820407


It occurs to me that almost nobody actually READS threads. They just see the title, then immediately post some clueless bullshit.

damned
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11/30/2012 05:09 PM
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It occurs to me that almost nobody actually READS threads. They just see the title, then immediately post some clueless bullshit.

damned
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Read? Comprehend? Fact check? That takes engaging a brain. It is much more fun to knee jerk and play macho keyboard commando...
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11/30/2012 05:10 PM
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Its fake.

ABC is reporting that possibly a person from Maryland visiting Arizona bought the winning ticket.

WTF?

If true that is sooooo lame.
 Quoting: Nexus-9


why is that lame?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1379065


I have a feeling about these things. When Jack Whittaker won in 2002 I was upset because I knew his life would turn out miserable and I was correct.

The Missouri winners will be fine, but this guy, I will just have to wait to see how this guy turns up at his announcement in Arizona.
 Quoting: Nexus-9


He doesn't exist. The article is SATIRE!

putin
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I know that. I was talking about the guy in Maryland.
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Not this fake homelss guy.
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11/30/2012 05:24 PM
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Not this fake homelss guy.
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Homeless men are not fake. Don't be insensitive.
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11/30/2012 07:00 PM
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Turns out Paul Horner wasn't the Powerball winner from Arizona. That's too bad... it was a touching story

[link to blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com]
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11/30/2012 07:19 PM
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Couldn't you tell it was a fake story just by how it's written? I laughed all through it.
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11/30/2012 07:35 PM
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He threw money on a bet to win a lottery..
Does it matter who he or she is really?
Be all you can be with or without help from others.
Life gives you a chance to make it big or small but in the end money has nothing to do with it.
The real winners were the ones who dreamed of winning and found that even with all that money they would not change a thing.
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Couldn't you tell it was a fake story just by how it's written? I laughed all through it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14408911


You laughed all the way through this? Have you no heart?

This morning lottery officials were pleased to announce that one of the two winners in last night’s Powerball drawing has come forward. That lucky person is Paul Horner from Fountain Hills, Arizona. He is one of the two winners in Wednesday’s record $588 million Powerball jackpot. Mr. Horner won by correctly matching all five numbers and then also the Powerball.

Mr. Horner was ecstatic when he arrived at the Phoenix Lottery Office this morning says lottery official Debbie Arnette. “He had a smile from ear to ear. He was screaming at the top of his lungs that he had won, it was quite a sight to see,” Arnette says. “Then after we verified the winning ticket and finalized everything, we learned that Mr. Horner was homeless. He said the night before he had been sleeping on a park bench and was begging for change.” Arnette continued, “He told us that his wife had left him and took the kids to Wyoming after he lost his job at a meat packing factory in Phoenix last January. It made me tear up, what can I say, I’m a softy. This will truly be a rags to riches story.”

Horner talked to reporters telling them of his plans for his new found wealth and how he had picked the winning numbers. “First of all, I hope my wife will take me back and I can be with my kids again. That’s really all I want,” Horner said. “I’ve seen first hand how it is out there on the streets. I plan to give a lot of that money back to help others in need.” Horner continued, “As for how I picked the numbers, it was really easy. My youngest son Tim is five years old, my daughter Stephanie is 16, I married my wife when I was 22 and she was 23, and the 29th is the date when I planned to win all these millions,” Horner laughs for a moment, but that laughter quickly turns to tears. “And the number 6 is how many kids my wife and I had planned to have before she left me.”

[link to superofficialnews.com]
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11/30/2012 10:05 PM
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Two guys from AZ tried winning the Powerball Jackpot... online.

[link to blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com]
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11/30/2012 10:42 PM
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if satire its very poorly written satire....wheres the satire....

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