pfc_rat (pfc_rat) wrote,


So, someone posted on a community I belong to about where they can find a good psychic.

*pause for hysterical laughter and comments of "government intelligence", "safe sex", and other assorted oxymorons*

I am absolutely stunned to find out that people are actually gullible enough to think that someone with cosmic power to speak to dead people, see into the future, or make magical monkeys fly out of their ass would be working in some dark scummy room making 20$ an hour. If I could see into the future, I'd be making sports bets, clearing out my bank account, put it on the winning team, and retire!

P.T. Barnum said there is a sucker born every minute, and it's totally true. The people who drop money on psychics are the same suckers who buy into the Nigerian scam e-mails.

Really? A prince from a country I've never visited and can't even find on a map wants to give me 20 million dollars? That sounds TOTALLY legit. I should give them my money for the "transfer fees" and then I'll be rich!

Every day I see people making police reports for being scammed on something that is a completely obvious fraud.

Wizard's First Rule!
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