On 31 May 2004 at 19:49, Martin Burns wrote: > I should point out that in UK law (both English and Scots), contracts > related to gambling are considered non-enforceable. Dick Francis novels suggest that there's gambling over there on horse races. If you place a bet on the winning horse, the track can simply laugh at you and refuse to pay? I'd think that would lead to a rise of arson and personal injury crime. deke -- AmishHosting.Com Lots of space. Lots of bandwidth. Lots of speed. Lots of reliability. Lots of support. Lots of preinstalled scripts. Not a lot of money.