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Good day, bad day: September 25, 2012

A lucky fan gets his first kiss from Carrie Underwood, while gadget lovers fear a rise in iPhone thefts — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle

GOOD DAY FOR:

Having all the luck
A Norwegian family's third lottery win coincides with the birth of their third child. [AFP]

Obliging your fans
Country music star Carrie Underwood treats a 12-year-old boy to his first kiss after spotting him sporting a sign asking for a smooch. [HyperVocal]

Economic optimism
Consumer confidence hits a seven-month high, according to a new report. [Newser]

BAD DAY FOR:

iVictims
A new NYPD report finds that the number of of Apple products stolen in New York has increased by 40 percent this year. [New York]

Backhanded endorsements
Madonna announces during a show that she endorses the "black Muslim in the White House" for president. [Gothamist]

Getting closer to nature
A New Zealand man seeks emergency treatment after a small eel gets lodged in his buttocks. [GlobalPost]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: September 24, 2012

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