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October 19, 2008


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the sad part:

Time and money will be wasted following this nonsense up.

As a parent, I fully understand the overwhelming desire, NEED, to do something..anything, to save your child. If this horror ever happened to me, and I have run out of logical resources, I hope someone is able to convince me to spend my money on charities and/or services that help other poor children or families, rather than give more money to these self-important goons. I'm a relatively logical person, but I'm not 100% sure that I wouldn't fall prey to idiots like that.

I notice they've waited until the case is getting cold and there's almost no chance of this ever being verified.

I would have thought the sykick woo vibes would have been stronger nearer the time of the event.

But what do I know? I'm only a closed-minded so-called sceptic.

I wonder if the so-called psychics take drugs? Maybe that's where they get their images.

Keep us informed. This kind of nonsense needs to be exposed.

We're currently going through a similar situation in Western Australia where three psychics performed at two sold-out stage shows called "Psychic Taskforce" where they claimed to have identified a Perth serial killer (The Claremont Killer).

They publicly released an identikit drawing and supposedly gave name address and other details to police - who dismissed it as worthless.

But at least they had two sellout shows at $135 a head and annoyed the crap out of at least one parent of one of the victims of this long-unsolved crime. So I guess it was worth it.

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Yeah I saw that. In my view, that guy looks like Uri Geller. I say arrest him anyway.

He's just laugh and bend the bars aside with his magic finger.

Sykicks is awesome powerful...

I'd like to see a meta-analysis of all the other Maddie woosters' prognostications showing how their various eldritch powers stack up against each other. Surely we'd just be immediately able to sort them into genuine (all essentially similar in their details) and fake (no better than random guessing)?

But I'm not holding my breath.

Ha! You're right, the West Oz suspect does look like Geller! Anyone know his whereabouts?

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