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This is one of those underdog stories that seem destined to get turned into an Academy Award winning film (starring, say, Julia Roberts). Joyce Hatto had been a concert pianist for years, but was never able to rise above her largely mediocre reviews . until she was finally forced to retire after being diagnosed with cancer. The critics raved, lauding her incredible versatility. She was heralded as "the greatest living pianist that almost no one has ever heard of," a title we suppose is immediately nullified by the word "heralded." A classical music aficionado named Brian Ventura popped one of Hatto's CDs into iTunes, which then obligingly informed him that he'd actually bought a CD of the relatively unknown Laszlo Simon. Stunned by what seemed to be the most random mix up of all time, he sent a note to a music reviewer named Jed Distler. Distler and some colleagues did some digging and discovered that Joyce Hatto had played on virtually none of the CDs attributed to her."She was in the same room as the musicians. That counts, right?" Her "performances" were cobbled together from the work of at least 91 other pianists to create a Super Skrull of musical talent. In fact, of Hatto's hundred plus CD catalog, only one has been confirmed as authentically hers. The rest are blatant, crudely manipulated forgeries created by Hatto and her husband. They even invented an orchestra to credit in the fraudulent recordings, led by a Holocaust survivor conductor who never existed. Hatto's husband, William Barrington Coupe, eventually admitted to the forgeries, conceding that he did take bits from other pianists to cover unwanted sounds on the recording. (SIDE NOTE: If you are so worried about people stealing your alcohol that you etch your initials onto every bottle, allen a oakley you are probably an alcoholic.) The Drinks Business "Touch that bottle and I swear to non magical philosopher Jesus I'll cut you." Anyway, the seller of the bottle was international wine peddling superstar Hardy Rodenstock. Rodenstock was a former musical manager and professor who gained a reputation for holding ridiculous wine tasting orgies featuring priceless wines that no one else could ever conceive of, let alone purchase. People would spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on rare wines from Rodenstock that probably tasted like cat piss to everyone but true wine fanatics. As it turns out, cat piss might have been the actual content of the bottles Bill Koch had purchased. After years of speculation that the Jefferson wines were fake, Koch embarked on a multimillion dollar manhunt, accusing Rodenstock of being a fraud. And he had good reason to. The engravings of Jefferson's initials on the bottoms of the bottles were apparently made using a dental drill in a counterfeiting studio where wine was mixed and rebottled (no indication is given as to whether any cats were present)."I actually prefer to use my own urine. It's more authentic that way." Hell, Rodenstock himself was a forgery he was a former train engineer named Meinhard Goerke who had never been a professor and had managed only a single shitty German band in his entire life. So how did he fool so many people? One reason was that the claims he made about his wines were oakley air systems inc so outlandish, no one could ever possibly prove him wrong how the hell would anyone know what 250 year old wine was supposed to taste like?"I smell soiled diapers and pig's feet. This is either terrible wine or decent kombucha." Unbelievably, Dr. Phil is the most credible person in this picture. Moms became a minor pop culture phenomenon in 2010 when it was proposed as a reality show on Lifetime, a network primarily known for showing movies like Sleeping With the Enemy (and we mean movies exactly like it). The show would focus on middle class suburban mothers who, instead of the usual mom stuff, picked up work as licensed private investigators. They'd track witnesses, spy on suspicious individuals, gain intel on narcotics rings and trick pedophiles into chatting with them on the Internet.

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