Have you ever wanted to play G.o.D.? Well here is your chance!!!
G.o.D. is here now, and is ready to play!
G.o.D. is a game short for Guess of Death, which is a version of a dead
pool where you take your best educated guess at 50 famous people
worldwide that you think will die within a certain timeframe.
G.o.D. starts June 1, 1994, and runs until November 30, 1994. During
this time you have to guess 50 people that are famous in one way or
another that you think will die, but you must send in via regular mail
your entries by May 15, 1994 and received by May 30, 1994.
People that you think may die in this time frame may be either music
stars, movie stars, politions, or any famous person. Their deaths must
be reported in a major news media type.. whether it be Major TV news ie:
ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, or CNBC. Print media such as New York Post, L. A.
Times, Wall St. Journal, New York Times, USA Today and Washington Post.
The deaths MUST be reported in one of the above news medias.
Now how to enter. Send in your guesses of 50 famous people that you
think will die by May 15, 1994, along with a "DONATION" of $20.00 US
either in cash or international money order paid in US funds to..
Taylor, MI 48180
To enter, send your Guess of Death and your donation, along with
your internet address, and your regular mailing address to the above
address by the deadline setforth.
Take your most educated guesses of who you think will die, write them
down and mail them in along with your donation.
All entries will be entered into a database and on December 3, 1994,
information will be put in to see which player had the most correct
G.o.D.'s. The player closes wins $1,000.00 US FUNDS..
Lets get Guessing and play G.o.D.!!
THIS IS ILLEGAL UNDER FEDERAL LAW. I hope his mailbox and his postmaster's
mailbox fills up with net.flames. GATECOM, ADVISE YOUR USERS THAT EMAIL
LOTTERIES AND CHAIN LETTERS ARE ***ILLEGAL!****
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well, the source may explain it, but it doesn't excuse it!
dennis p. harris jzn...@tundra.alaska.edu
"We'll know we have it perfect when we have a synthesizer that shows up drunk
and two hours late for a recording session" --- Charles Fielding, Yamaha Sound