So, having recently purchased a pack of the new Galaxy Series 6 cards from Topps, I noticed the "No Purchase Necessary" on the front. I'm thinking, how do you get these cards without purchasing them? Theft? My interest was piqued. "See back for details". So I flipped it over and looked at the No Purchase Necessary disclaimer thing on the back. Has anyone else actually read this? I am quoting: "Open only to U.S./Canadian (except Quebec) residents. For a chance to obtain...Potential Canadian winners will be required to first correctly answer a mathematical skill-testing question. Include on a 3X5 card the answer to the following skill-test question: 10 + 5 X 2 - 8 = ?" So all you people in Quebec, you're disqualified for where you live. Fine, ok, sometimes some states/provinces have laws against drawings like this (I'm looking at you Rhode Island...). I get it, but the math question?????? So, some poor shmuck in Canada was lucky enough to have his name drawn, but didn't answer the question, or got it wrong, so he doesn't get the prizes? Wow, Topps, just, wow. That just blows my mind. "USA, you're cool, but we ain't giving these cards to no dumb Canadians." I just don't get it. Has anyone else noticed this?