|Posted: November 19, 2005, 1:47 pm - IP Logged|
The best and only way to control or "stop" losses (and increase profitability) if you are the "State" is to put a computer in charge of your lotto drawings.
One, a computer (i.e., the person doing your software) can screen all the combinations before the "drawing" to make sure there are no winners, OR to make sure there are LESS winners than found in purely random drawings.
Two, your computer can hence increase the profitability of the State through the lotto by making sure fewer winners or no winners are selected. These are only two among many reasons why we MUST OPPOSE ALL computerized drawings.
By the way, I have yet to read anywhere, including this forum, why computerized drawings are
b- make sense
Gee, I wonder why? Is there a conspiracy to secretly combat randomness and the winners random occurrences produce? Apparently, the ORIGINAL reason why lotteries were instituted in the first place-- to make money off randomness (both for the State and the player) has now become subordinated to the ability to CONTROL, through COMPUTERS, the number of winners, if any winners at all.
The messages ought to be these:
a- oppose ALL computerized drawings
b- "if you are a politician and you vote for or support (or do not oppose) computerized drawings, then you will be booted out of office."