|Posted: July 21, 2009, 8:45 pm - IP Logged|
Let me tell you a story.
Years ago I changed jobs and my new company had a golf league. I joined. My partner was the absolutely worst golfer in the world, taking at least 6 strokes to sink the ball and usually took a ten.
On one particular week-end, as we approached a par five, he executed a most magnificent drive, worthy of a pro. He proceeded to put his second shot within ten feet of the green, again a most maginificent shot. He then chipped up to within three feet of the hole. He scored a birdie ( one under par ). As we stood on the next tee, this man, this horrible golfer began giving the rest of us lessions!!!
The moral of the story is this: I have no doubt that Steve Fisher won a lotto jackpot. Having done so, he now holds forth as an expert and is giving advice when the truth is he is no better than the rest of us when it comes to predicting numbers. To minimize his losses he is offering "shares" in any future jackpot he wins, a scheme that one can find all over the Web.
I know not what others may do but as for me, I will spend my money on my lottory with my system. I have more fun that way.