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I think the reference to Star Wars Kid is not at all right in this context, as he was made the subject of riducule by his classmates when they posted the video online and he suffered quite a lot because of it. So for him it's been nothing but *bad* luck. As an example of a "lucky" accidental meme, it's quite a bad and perhaps inconsiderate example...

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