I’m not sure if you actually know Max but the dude needs serious help.
I guess the cubicle warriors at TMZ don’t care about their “friend”.
It must have seemed like an impossible dream - matching five numbers in the National Lottery, despite all the odds.
But thousands of people have been left bitterly disappointed after discovering that their good fortune had turned into a distinctly average win... Lotto ticketholders in Wednesday's draw with five numbers in fact won less money than those who only matched three, in a bizarre turn Camelot have blamed on the nuances of, well, it being "a lottery".
The match, confirmed yesterday by friends, of the brilliant and ruthless businessman and the charming social butterfly best known for putting up with Mick Jagger’s infidelities, is certainly surprising.
However, it seems they have been together for several weeks, after being introduced by one of his sisters and his niece.
114,232 people matched just three balls, bringing them a slightly more substantial £25.
Twitter users vented their frustrations on social media, branding the results a "joke" and renaming the competition the "national lottery robbery".
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He likes movies like Trainspotting, Heavy Metal, Waynes World, and The Blues Brothers. He seems to be quite the partier by the pics that can actually be found of him.
He watches informational shows about rock stars or things like Jeopardy or Cops. This is all that could be found about him at the moment.
Later that year, Hodges quit TMZ, posting this tweet: Last day at TMZ. I moved to LA after high school, thinking hair metal was alive and well on the strip, but boy, was I wrong.
But another high-profile couple are expected to be at Twickenham — with the public debut of what is surely the globe’s most improbable love-birds: Texan model Jerry Hall, 59, and media mogul Rupert Murdoch, 84.