I have never understood how so many psychic storefronts can survive in Manhattan.
Are they legitimate at all, or are people just eager to pay cash under the table to strangers in exchange for comforting lies?
Psychics are generally very vague about your past and present with statements like, “You've thought about moving,” and, “You know someone with the letter 'M' in his or her name.”
When it comes to your future, however, they become very specific with information you can't immediately disprove, like when you will die, how many kids you will have, etc.
If psychics were truly as accurate as they are confident, wouldn't they all have the same reading if they looked at the same palm? If not, what did I just pay $30 for?
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