Let me see, I want three of the number 4'-no, make that four of the number 3'-five Gold Diggers, five Treasure Islands, and five-no, four-of the Cash Insanity. Wait, the Treasure Islands are
the number 4'? I'm totally confused. Did you ever think how simple everything would be if you organized the ticket rolls by just one
number instead of twenty-seven? Let me start over, here"Â¦10:26 a.m.
"Â¦how about tickets with some sort of theme, like famous salesmen? That was a test, actually. I'm glad you don't have any because that' a concept I'm
developing. I also recently contacted the Lottery Commission with another idea I had that involves oysters. You scratch off three oysters, and if there' a pearl under one of them, you win. The best part is the name-Clams. On the street, "clams" is the slang term for both money
oysters. But my favorite project is something I call SuperScratch: It' eighteen feet long, and you have to scrape it off with a lawn mower. Oh, then there'"Â¦1:17 p.m.
"Â¦everyone agreed that I looked just like Ricardo Montalban. Anyway, one time I played the Lotto and got three out of seven numbers; a dozen tickets later, I had the other four and sent the tickets in. They told me that lottery tickets weren't cumulative. They said a courier chimpanzee was more likely to hand deliver a lightning bolt to my home than I was to win the jackpot. Scratch-offs are much more of a sure thing. They're more fun, too. They're just like rides, except they don't move, and I cash my entire disability check to purchase them. Sorry, where was I? I'll take"Â¦