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Fortune Tellers

Postby Chorlton » Sat May 24, 2008 9:02 am

Seems the Trades description Act has finally hit Fortune Tellers in their 'Crystal balls'
They now have to have a sign where they work stating that their services are "For Entertainment Only"

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/ne ... 202729.ece

Now shouldnt all Churches have to have the same sign?
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Re: Fortune Tellers

Postby Access Denied » Sun May 25, 2008 2:23 am

Well, here in America there is the principal of separation of Church and State so by law they are free to collect their tithing. :)

It doesn’t bother me personally as long as any given Church is truly acting in their patron’s best interest, some folks really do need something to believe in and it has value as a social event/club.

Now fortune tellers? I see that like playing the lottery, it’s a tax on people who are bad at math… :lol:
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Re: Fortune Tellers

Postby Chorlton » Sun May 25, 2008 7:32 pm

What made me laugh, is that when our National Lottery started and was broadcast on TV, they had a Fortune teller on there called 'Mystic Meg' and it always tickled me that she couldnt have been much good if she couldnt foresee the next weeks numbers
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