|Posted: July 20, 2006, 5:51 pm - IP Logged|
It seems to me keeping it really simple, such as predicting lottery outcomes in advance, might be the way to get through their line of defense. You'd probably need to insist up front that was the ONLY claim you were making, and that you weren't going to sit still for any nonsense of getting outside the track.
Instead of doctors and lawyer affidavits with your application you could send them a prediction for the pick 5 or 6 game in the state where they are next week draw.
If the challenge gets too broadly defined they can find way hundreds of ways to wiggle out of it. But if you keep it single-issue it's difficult to imagine them, first denying you a chance if you predict a lottery outcome in advance, and second, succeeding in squirming out of paying up.
Just a thought.
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