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The Reel Life

12 February 2009

The Reel Life, like everyone else, sometimes has a bad streak at the slots. It seems that no matter how many times we hit that spin button, we don't hit the jackpot. Thankfully, we haven't had a cold streak that lasted more than a couple of days.

Unfortunately, a South Korean grandmother's cold streak has continued non-stop since 2005. But it doesn't have to do with the online slots. The 68-year-old, identified only by her last name Cha, has failed her driving test a record-breaking 771 times.

According to AFP, Cha has taken the test "almost every working day since 2005" in the southwestern city of Jeonju. Police sergeant Choi Yong-Cheol said that Cha cannot pass the preliminary written section of the test, averaging scores of 30-50 whereas the passing mark is 60 out of 100.

"Police estimate she has spent almost five million won (3,600 dollars) to take the written test, with each test costing 6,000 won in addition to other expenses," according to AFP.

You have to give Cha credit for not giving up, but maybe she could have spent the last four years doing something more constructive. Like playing the online slots. Or investing in a bus pass.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Another day, another millionaire

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Rens S. won $2,476,250 by hitting the progressive jackpot playing at 32Vegas Casino. His love of casino games, especially the slot machines, has made him a millionaire.

He is overjoyed with the win, as it will help him fulfill his lifetime dream of opening his own atelier.

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