Tuesday, March 15, 2005


Actual excerpts from mail I received today:

First of all, I have something very important to share with a limited audience. (I only want to share this invitation with 5,000 people maximum.) So, I asked my list broker to be very careful about who got this mailing.

As you may know, the slot machine was invented in 1906 by Herbert Mills. It was "unbeatable." That is . . . until Frank Calder came along and broke one in 1938. Frank figured out how to pull and twist the arm of the slot machine so that it delivered cash every time. The Mills machine is now part of history.

But. . . get this. All modern day machines have a secret structural flaw in them too. That means you too can do what I do. You can walk up to almost any machine you want and make it give you cash. If you know what to do. It's a structural flaw. And so far, the casino owners don't know what to do about it.

They know the flaw exists. But they don't know what to do about it.

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