I'm hugely predictable.
If I see a nice sports car, I want to buy it. If I see a person in need, I want to help them. If I see a magazine at an angle, I want to straighten it.
My life is bounded by predictable movements and options. Anyone who knows me will be able to press the right buttons immediately to get a response.
For example, last week I had some laser treatment for spider veins on my face.
"I guess you'll want to stay indoors for the next week or so," said my wife, knowing how fussy I am about always being seen at my best.
She was right. The same predictability that makes me dress up for a visit to the city - and not be seen with unsightly spots on my face - also makes it easy to know what I care about.
Many years ago I read "All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten" by the engaging Robert Fulghum. In the intro the author talked about how he was caring less about how he dressed after he turned 50.
I still can't understand how anyone can let their standard of dress slip... just because they age.
I just don't have that flexibility to let myself go.
So when it came to organizing a system to beat the lottery, it was easy. I just had to follow the predictable patterns I saw in myself and everything else.
I saw patterns not only in the tickets, but also in the way each game was played.
And so LottoPredict was born, just a few short years after the Silver Lotto System.
And one of the real benefits of LottoPredict is the way it stops you spending unnecessarily on wasted tickets. After all, if the chances of winning are way down one week, why should you buy tickets for that game?
The cost of this system membership is too low at just a few dollars amonth. I know - I'll never get rich at that rate. But I want to help the Silverites who have bought my Silver Lotto System get better results, and this is the way to do it.
"MAJOR PRIZE WON - I GOT $100,000.00!"
Ken, I won $100,000 using your Silver Lotto System and the clever Lotto-80 system. Its been the biggest amount I've won since I bought your systems a couple of years ago, but I never paid out more than $1,000 so its been a real bonus.