|Posted: January 23, 2012, 12:54 am - IP Logged|
Well, that was certainly an interesting topic to revisit. Looks like Aaron C. Donahue is now going by the name of Aaron C. Hanson. He shared his latest Pick3 predictions on his blog back in July 2011. His first two predictions (20 to 24 numbers per draw) for Pennsylvania failed in which case he announced he was off on a lengthy training tour for a tanscontinental bike ride planned for 2012. He followed that up with two predictions for Maryland which also failed. There he quotes the formula as x/pi-666 then changes it to x/pi-616 when he switches to the Maryland lottery.
It is even questionable whether he made any predictions prior to the actual draws in 2003. People who saw the page say it was perpetual spreadsheet of three digit numbers separated by decimals. He seems to be a joke in any case where people talk about lottery. Understandably people tend to laugh when you claim you make a living off lottery and present six Pick3 box hits as evidence.
General consensus on the guy is best expressed a neurotheology debate forum where poster zephret says: "Everyone just to let you know this Aaron C. Donahue/Hanson idiot is a fraud, a parasite and an all around manipulative f<snip>."
Its quite understandable to see people post such things when you read his bio and know a bit more about things he claims, than he does. He claims success at his prediction of Saddam Hussein 'learning his fate' on August 8th. The trial didn't start until August 21st. LOL
He promised a major relevation for January 2006, "time is running out" then got butthurt and refused to tell anything when people didn't throw money at him to save their soul. (And this is a guy who cracked Pick3 and could win all the money he needed although he took a vow of poverty)
Give me money or you're all DOOMED!!!
Nope, doesn't sound the least bit like a scam to me.
Claims to have found the cure for aids and cancer but burned them.
Fun search. Lotsa laughter. But just another internet huckster/fraud wanting to take advantage of the 2012 craze.
Punch x/pi - 666 into any search engine and read the jokes the math forums make of it.
It appears RickG (right here at LP) used the last winning number as x and reports a few hits here and there, but nothing stellar.