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Memes, πŸ€–, and Als: Michigan Teen Wins $500k from Lottery and Gives the Money to His Parents @balleralert 8556632 G7 RVE THSDEBTS,PUBLIC AND PRIVAt NOTE SLEGAL, TENDER FOR AL-NOTE I ure of the United States 93 A R OLLA loan amS 곁 pun a fIJo aarnroatL aaaN3LTVD37 SI 3LON SIHI Aay 011ラ EJ LESSBE0H 48T+1 9 Michigan Teen Wins $500k from Lottery and Gives the Money to His Parents-blogged by @thereal__bee β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € After winning $500,000 in the Michigan Lottery's Golden Wild Time game, one 19-year-old has decided to give most of his earnings to the two most important people in his life. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The teenage winner, who chose to remain anonymous, says he’s giving most of the money to his parents as a thank you for their constant support. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β€œMy parents have done so much for my sister and me, helping them takes a big weight off of their shoulders and mine,” he told the Michigan Lottery. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € While he does plan to keep $5,000, even that will go towards a good cause because he plans to invest it. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The teen said when he found out he won, he couldn’t believe it. "It’s just incredible, I can’t get the smile off of my face.”
Memes, πŸ€–, and Als: Michigan Teen Wins $500k from
 Lottery and Gives the Money to
 His Parents
 @balleralert
 8556632
 G7
 RVE
 THSDEBTS,PUBLIC AND PRIVAt
 NOTE SLEGAL, TENDER
 FOR AL-NOTE I
 ure of the United States
 93 A
 R
 OLLA
 loan
 amS 곁 pun a fIJo aarnroatL
 aaaN3LTVD37 SI 3LON SIHI
 Aay
 011ラ
 EJ
 LESSBE0H
 48T+1 9
Michigan Teen Wins $500k from Lottery and Gives the Money to His Parents-blogged by @thereal__bee β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € After winning $500,000 in the Michigan Lottery's Golden Wild Time game, one 19-year-old has decided to give most of his earnings to the two most important people in his life. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The teenage winner, who chose to remain anonymous, says he’s giving most of the money to his parents as a thank you for their constant support. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β€œMy parents have done so much for my sister and me, helping them takes a big weight off of their shoulders and mine,” he told the Michigan Lottery. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € While he does plan to keep $5,000, even that will go towards a good cause because he plans to invest it. β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € The teen said when he found out he won, he couldn’t believe it. "It’s just incredible, I can’t get the smile off of my face.”

Michigan Teen Wins $500k from Lottery and Gives the Money to His Parents-blogged by @thereal__bee β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € After winning $500,000...

Memes, πŸ€–, and Brand: Via @carthrottlenews - Peugeot is eyeing a sensational return to prototype endurance racing – but only if the organisers agree to cut the costs of competing. - Fresh from buying Opel and Vauxhall, the French brand has told Autocar that the possibility of their return to the World Endurance Championship depends on three conditions: profitability, winning the Dakar Rally and an LMP1 cost cap of €200 million per year, and only the last obstacle remains. - The French firm has Le Mans pedigree, taking the overall win at La Sarthe in 2009 with its 908 HDi FAP diesel LMP1 machine. But financial troubles led to a shock withdrawal from the sport in early 2012. - Ultimately, Porsche joined Audi and Toyota in 2014 to create some of the best sports car racing we’ve seen in recent times before Audi’s sad departure last year; its diesel-fuelled motorsport programme a casualty of dieselgate. - With the drop to two major factory-backed LMP1 teams seen as a big problem by race organisers, it’s in everyone’s interests to get Peugeot back on board. Senior FIA and WEC figures are now understood to be looking at potential rules changes that could bring costs down without harming the levels of innovation that have made the WEC an increasingly popular sport. - Autocar quotes Peugeot CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato as saying: - β€œWe have always said we will return if three conditions are met: firstly, we as a company are making money; secondly, we have won the Dakar Rally, and thirdly, the cost of competition cannot be over €200 million per year. - β€œThe first two conditions are met; the third is not. We are studying a return, but the regulations must be easier on the budget.”
Memes, πŸ€–, and Brand: Via @carthrottlenews - Peugeot is eyeing a sensational return to prototype endurance racing – but only if the organisers agree to cut the costs of competing. - Fresh from buying Opel and Vauxhall, the French brand has told Autocar that the possibility of their return to the World Endurance Championship depends on three conditions: profitability, winning the Dakar Rally and an LMP1 cost cap of €200 million per year, and only the last obstacle remains. - The French firm has Le Mans pedigree, taking the overall win at La Sarthe in 2009 with its 908 HDi FAP diesel LMP1 machine. But financial troubles led to a shock withdrawal from the sport in early 2012. - Ultimately, Porsche joined Audi and Toyota in 2014 to create some of the best sports car racing we’ve seen in recent times before Audi’s sad departure last year; its diesel-fuelled motorsport programme a casualty of dieselgate. - With the drop to two major factory-backed LMP1 teams seen as a big problem by race organisers, it’s in everyone’s interests to get Peugeot back on board. Senior FIA and WEC figures are now understood to be looking at potential rules changes that could bring costs down without harming the levels of innovation that have made the WEC an increasingly popular sport. - Autocar quotes Peugeot CEO Jean-Philippe Imparato as saying: - β€œWe have always said we will return if three conditions are met: firstly, we as a company are making money; secondly, we have won the Dakar Rally, and thirdly, the cost of competition cannot be over €200 million per year. - β€œThe first two conditions are met; the third is not. We are studying a return, but the regulations must be easier on the budget.”

Via @carthrottlenews - Peugeot is eyeing a sensational return to prototype endurance racing – but only if the organisers agree to cut the co...