Or blew 3 million dollars of lottery winning on booze, boobs and bags of white powder.
What a boyfriend the 16-year-old lottery winner hangs out with.
Meanwhile, another couple from Tokyo win the Tango contest, leaving the Argentinians in the dust (another couple from Colombia win Second place).
Now, that’s winning by hard work and collaboration.
I can’t help noticing the Japanese influence and presence in South America, just as I have recently about Chinese in Africa.
The East has produced a few “Columbus” of their own.
Can’t blame them for wanting to see it up close after years of Hollywood education. Meanwhile,
even as Japan has moved on (signified by the start of a newly elected government). As of this edit, Japan has scored some shots at the Trans-Pacific Pact in the absence of President Obama, who had to stay home to resolve US Government shut-down.
We have yet to figure out the post-globalized world model.
Our lyric, liturgy and law that govern commerce and communication seem to freeze-frame at the post-WW world.
The star of Bollywood had already arrived at Newark Airport for a film premier, while Hollywood still churns out Halloween franchise (same weekend that a Hawaii-born President delivered an Eulogy amidst an Irish white congregation.)
I admire the Tango winners ( hard work and collaboration) as much as I empathize with the 16-year-old lottery winner (luck) who has to move back in with her parents. She is learning her lesson at age 19.
To win means perseverance from within and facing challenges from without. Some passengers on United 93 made that heroic and fateful counter measure to retake the hi-jacked aircraft. Now, that’s a challenge. In my book, they are winners. Nature never fails to teach us the obvious: even dinosaurs couldn’t survive bio-meteorological pressures.
Size doesn’t make a difference in the scheme of things (my neighborhood bully, bigger than I then, is now dead). And certainly a whopping $3 million for a 16- year old on her spending spree won’t either. She can’t handle the truth!