Famed cyberneticist Professor Joe Doaks challanges lauded ET-approved trade guru Jack Hershey to a handicap ES call contest. Doaks' handicaps are that he will use a mere six lines of EasySignal code to make his calls, and that he doesn't even trade ES. Hershey's formidable handicap is that he can use anything and anybody he wants. Doaks' calls for yesterday using the six line system are attached, times Pacific. The call is at the end of the bar. Lime means long. Red means short. Orange means flat. Doaks will publish the chart before the next bar after the call ends, and maybe during the bar in which the call is made. Hershey need only use clear language like "short at end of 10:35 ET bar at 1354.75," because we all know he is a fumblefingers with charts.