A bet on P=NP

In a weak moment I recently made a bet with Ron Fagin about the resolution of the P=NP question. The terms are as follows:

If P = NP is proven and generally believed by 12/31/10, then Ron will pay me $50. If P ≠ NP is proven and generally believed by 12/31/10, then I must pay him $10. Under any other circumstances, no money changes hands.

Update (again): we have renewed our bet (again):

If P = NP is proven and generally believed by 12/31/20, then Ron must pay Kevin $50. If P not = NP is proven and generally believed by 12/31/20, then Kevin must pay Ron $10. Under any other circumstances, no money changes hands.

Admittedly the stakes are not high, but are there any other takers?

- Kevin McCurley