Redneck loses his entire live savings, $2,600 on a carnival game. Itâ€™s hard to feel sorry for Henry Gribbohm, who recently lost the entirety of his life savings â€” about 2,600 bucks â€” on a carnival game. For starters, itâ€™s tough to pity people who are vanquished by their own stupidity. Also, he didnâ€™t exactly leave the carnival empty-handed. Check out the awesome stuffed, dreadlocked banana he won. He may have lost a whackload of cash, but he gained a giant, yellow (and possibly stoned-out-of-his-peel) rasta-nana friend. Instead of skulking home in shame and calling a family member for a loan, Gribbohm amazingly went to the New Hampshire media claiming he had been duped out of money by crooked carnies. The saga began, he told reporters, when he spotted a snazzy new Xbox Kinect that he hoped to win from a game called Tubs of Fun, which requires players to toss bouncy balls into buckets. Like all carnival games, itâ€™s a lot harder than it looks. Rather than do the sensible thing after botching a few throws â€” chuckle, shrug and go ride Tilt-a-Whirl â€” Gribbohm kept playing, determined to win back his money, and the Xbox peripheral, with a series of increasingly dunderheaded double-or-nothing attempts. The game was rigged, he insists. â€œYa think?!â€ responds anyone whoâ€™s ever been to a carnival.