Look up loser in the dictionary and you'll find Wayne-Wrong Way Wayne, to be exact. He's spent most of his life deserving that definition, but now he's determined to not let it define him. Not today. Not with his best shot at buying a farm.
He's dreamed of raising his kids on a farm for as long as he can remember. Like he was raised, until that horrible day when he had to leave it for the city.
But today he's hoping his losing streak will end. It has to. His children are almost grown. He'll make his stand on the courthouse steps and put in the winning bid at the farm's foreclosure auction. Or will he?
Is it Wayne's destiny to always lose? And if so, can a loser win for losing?