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Fortune-Telling Witches Face Spells

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Witches in Romania could receive a spell in jail or a fine if they make incorrect fortune telling predictions.

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LOL! Wow. No pressure.

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Quote from article: "In response they cast spells on the country's president and government." .... Hahahaha! :lol:

Still, if everyone else pays taxes, I don't see why they shouldn't have to also.

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Although I think they should pay their taxes like everyone else, I think casting spells on their

president and government is just too funny for words. :w00t:

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You can't throw them in jail for getting it wrong. That would be like throwing the weatherman in jail for getting it wrong.

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They take your money and predict your future. If they make up some nonsense which you beleive to be true,then at the very least you should get your money back. If you put your life savings on the wrong horse prediction ..........

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*facepalms* well, at least you've put the whole 'burning at the stake' thing behind you, but good goddess! show me a law that says we have to be right 100% of the time.

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They take your money and predict your future. If they make up some nonsense which you beleive to be true,then at the very least you should get your money back. If you put your life savings on the wrong horse prediction ..........

those who pay for predictions are taking a gamble, and they ought to know that. it's no one's fault but their own if they waste their money. that's like saying a casino ought to give you your money back if you don't win.

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You can't throw them in jail for getting it wrong. That would be like throwing the weatherman in jail for getting it wrong.

Now I find this extremely funny. It was supposed to warm up and it's 5F outside.

Go to jail, go directly to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.

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Get your fortune in writing and get it notarized by a licensed Notary Public. It's the only way to be sure.

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Even stockbrokers don't face such strict penalties.:rolleyes:

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Just means they'll get more and more vague with their prophecies.

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Even stockbrokers don't face such strict penalties.:rolleyes:

This could be the answers for avoiding market crashes...

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*facepalms* well, at least you've put the whole 'burning at the stake' thing behind you, but good goddess! show me a law that says we have to be right 100% of the time.

I would suggest the Romanian law the article is talking about would fit your criteria.

So, you have been shown it. What next?

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This could only happen in Romania.

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Just means they'll get more and more vague with their prophecies.

That's a good point...they will be afraid to go out on a limb with any impressions they get. And once the predictions start to become more and more vague- it will be a mess trying to prove whether or not they are accurate...lol.

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i bet they wouldnt see it coming :P

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Lmao I like how accepting they are of the possible existence of some paranormal power at least.

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so then we should definitely hold all weather men accountable for giving inaccurate forecasts too. a hefty fine for not telling me i need to bring a rain coat to work.

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so then we should definitely hold all weather men accountable for giving inaccurate forecasts too. a hefty fine for not telling me i need to bring a rain coat to work.

There's predicting the weather, and then there's telling people where to place bets and how to live their life and getting paid for it.

Besides, weathermen have a better hit rate than these supposed precogs.

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I don't believe in witches.If they really exist all I can say is that they are of the devil.The devil is working in them.

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so then we should definitely hold all weather men accountable for giving inaccurate forecasts too. a hefty fine for not telling me i need to bring a rain coat to work.

Look at it this way. Without weathermen we'd never know when to bring a raincoat. Now we know sometimes, and sometimes we find ourselves sweating in our raincoat because a 'sudden change' came in.

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Is this some way for the government to test the 'accuracy' of... of... ummmm... how do I put it...? I don't know, a way for government to test the accuracy of 'sorcery'? How are fortune tellers going to cover their butts in that situation?

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There's predicting the weather, and then there's telling people where to place bets and how to live their life and getting paid for it.

Besides, weathermen have a better hit rate than these supposed precogs.

Jeepers, even doctors are wrong sometimes, that's why they call it a practice!!!

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