Saturday, 19 April 2008

That's not a malicious prosecution, that one's fine!

Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha.

Psychics in the UK are pissed that new consumer protection laws will force them to try and prove that they're not fraudulent. Good fucking luck.

I love the "Other religions" comment. So it's not a medical service, it's a religious service. Frankly, I think that the "other religions" should be forced to provide a disclaimer that there is not adequate proof for the existence of the afterlife, so this should be taken into consideration when deciding whether or not to obey behavioural rules and regulations intended to avoid punishment within it.

"Our reading today is from the Consumer Protection Act..."

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