But it was Seeley -- kinda channeling The Dude from the Big Lebowski -- who got all the attention. He joked that he'd showed up to the press conference in his best outfit and after appearing to knock over a microphone, noted he could afford to fix it. As for what he plans to do with his share of the winnings? Retire to a log cabin on "multiple acres of land" and watch NASCAR, he said. "First party is at my cabin!" Watch a video of his performance above. We're pretty sure The Dude abides. Also on HuffPost: Loading Slideshow Stephen Feinberg, Cerberus Capital CEO Stephen Feinberg is CEO of Cerberus Capital Management, the private equity firm that owns Freedom Group, the country's largest gun manufacturer and owner of the Bushmaster brand. Cerberus announced on Tuesday that it plans to sell its stake in Freedom Group. Adam Lanza, 20, used a Bushmaster rifle to murder 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., on Friday. Wayne LaPierre, National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre is executive vice president and CEO of the National Rifle Association (NRA), the gun industry's top lobbying organization. George Kollitides, Freedom Group CEO George Kollitides is CEO of Freedom Group, the country's largest gun manufacturer, which owns Bushmaster. P. James Debney, Smith & Wesson CEO P. James Debney is president and CEO of Smith & Wesson, a major U.S. gun manufacturer. William M. Keys, Colt's CEO Lt. General William M. Keys has served as CEO of Colt's Manufacturing Company, a major gun manufacturer, since 1999. C. Michael Jacobi, Sturm, Ruger & Co. Chairman C. Michael Jacobi is chairman of Sturm, Ruger, & Co., a major gun manufacturer. Walter McLallen, Marlin Firearms Chairman Walter McLallen is chairman of Marlin Firearms, a major gun manufacturer, which is owned by Freedom Group. John DeSantis, Bushmaster Firearms President* John DeSantis is apparently still president of Bushmaster Firearms, which is owned by Freedom Group.
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Those lottery tickets will be accepted on Sunday, August 18, for the 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. performances of "The Maids" at The Mirror Studio Theater, 5th floor SJG Center, Kalayaan Avenue corner Don Pedro St., Makati City (between Makati Avenue and Rockwell, a few buildings away from Grilla Kalayaan). >Like BroadwayWorld PH on Facebook ; more? info? follow us on Twitter , too. >Stay tuned to BroadwayWorld's official announcement of the winners (two winners only). Professor Anton Juan has conceptualized and directs this version of "The Maids." Based on the 1947 original text by Louis Jouvet , "The Maids" revolves around two sadomasochistic housemaids Solange and Claire who imagine and improvise a thousand and one ways to murder Madame, the mistress of the house. Both housemaids take turns and dress up like their employer to insult the latter. Inspired by real-life people and events, Genet based the characters of the housemaids on sisters Lea and Christine Papin, who brutally slain their employer's wife and daughter in Le Mans, France in 1933. The play, starring Professor Juan as Solange and Topper Fabregas as Claire, runs until Sunday, August 18. Proceeds will be donated to theater artists who have been sick such as veteran director Behn Cervantes, who is confined at Asian Hospital. Please support by buying tickets (PhP 300), call Karla Pambid at (63917) 534-3223 or MusicArtes at (632) 895-8098.
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