This could save you a fortune

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Well folks, the Clairvoyants and Fortune Tellers Act (CAFTA) goes into effect at the end of May, and not a moment too soon! Don't get me wrong, most psychics are great people who do an honest job, but every picnic is going to attract some ants. Just like a surgeon's scalpel, psychic abilities are dangerous if used irresponsibly, and an unscrupulous practitioner can do some serious damage.
Under the new act, all psychics must undergo government certification before using their abilities professionally. Brick-and-mortar establishments will be required to display their license prominently in their offices, while phone psychics must give their certification number during the first 30 seconds of a call. So remember: if you go to or call a psychic and they don't present their credentials, you are probably dealing with an illegal business and you should immediately leave or hang up the phone and contact the local police. It's a bad idea to confront the psychic directly; if they think you'll turn them in, they may abuse their faculties in desperation.

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Blogger duffytoler said...

Yay CAFTA! Now we'll have fewer uncertified hacks giving bad psychic advice because they are using imitation Tarot decks and crystal balls that are out of calibration. If we had passed this law a few years earlier we wouldn't have gotten involved in Iraq.

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