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  1. #1 How long should a psychic reading take? 
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    Hello friends,

    I am going to see a psychic reading today. How long should it take? The lady does 15 or 30 minutes. Obviously there is a price difference. Is 15 minutes enough time?

    Anyone ever had one? Also one more thing, anyone have having experience about online psychic reading(means over the phone or internet)?

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    Zero time.
    There are many better things to spend your time and money on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by c186282
    Zero time.
    There are many better things to spend your time and money on.
    This is your answer. Exactly how much did it cost you for such a small amount of time? Too much is my guess, well any amount of money is too much for this kind of thing actually...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersal Gibs
    Hello friends,

    I am going to see a psychic reading today. How long should it take? The lady does 15 or 30 minutes. Obviously there is a price difference. Is 15 minutes enough time?

    Anyone ever had one? Also one more thing, anyone have having experience about online psychic reading(means over the phone or internet)?

    Thanks a much.
    - Hersal Gibs.
    a) If you didn't already go, don't waste your time and money.
    b) If you already went, sorry you wasted your time and money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homan34 View Post


    And yes, i have tried Online psychic Reading once. And it is very easy process . And its results are accurate.
    WOW! That's really amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homan34 View Post
    I think 15 minutes are enough. I know they charge you for their readings but it very beneficial for us to know our future.
    Shame you only know it after it happens, really.

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    And yes, i have tried Online psychic Reading once. And it is very easy process . And its results are accurate.
    You mean vague.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersal Gibs View Post
    Hello friends,

    I am going to see a psychic reading today. How long should it take? The lady does 15 or 30 minutes. Obviously there is a price difference. Is 15 minutes enough time?

    Anyone ever had one? Also one more thing, anyone have having experience about online psychic reading(means over the phone or internet)?

    Thanks a much.
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    I think that it would be interesting to hear, how the owner of the OP got on, over to you.
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    I think people give less credit to the "psychics" than they actually deserve.. They may not give you what you are paying for, but they are certainly giving: Entertainment, what might be an interesting experience, and possibly even a new outlook to a problem you actually have. You might even get a cool little epiphone from one of the vague things the psychic claims. Hell, you'd even get to analyse how psychics do their thing first-hand. You don't need to actually believe the production in order to enjoy it. I think one day I'll give it a shot.
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    No, fools who feel a need to waste their money give psychics much more credit (and money) then they deserve. But as Barnum said, there's a sucker born every minute
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
    No, fools who feel a need to waste their money give psychics much more credit (and money) then they deserve. But as Barnum said, there's a sucker born every minute
    I'm unconvinced about that, I think it also depends on whether or not you're buying what you're paying for, and what you're giving them credit for. I'd pay to see a good illusionist, but it seems by what you said that would also be a waste of money, and foolish. The only difference between what they do is one purports it to be real, while the other maintains their craft is an illusion - and only meant to entertain. I don't see how it's foolish and a waste of money to enjoy something you know isn't real. Some people don't buy their "future" - they're buying amusement. I'm saying pyschics deserve a fair deal of credit as performance artists, though they are despicable for feigning their purported abilities - for which they deserve no credit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stander-j View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
    No, fools who feel a need to waste their money give psychics much more credit (and money) then they deserve. But as Barnum said, there's a sucker born every minute
    I'm unconvinced about that, I think it also depends on whether or not you're buying what you're paying for, and what you're giving them credit for. I'd pay to see a good illusionist, but it seems by what you said that would also be a waste of money, and foolish. The only difference between what they do is one purports it to be real, while the other maintains their craft is an illusion - and only meant to entertain. I don't see how it's foolish and a waste of money to enjoy something you know isn't real. Some people don't buy their "future" - they're buying amusement. I'm saying pyschics deserve a fair deal of credit as performance artists, though they are despicable for feigning their purported abilities - for which they deserve no credit.
    But the fools who purchase their services do not believe it's an illusion. Sure a good magician is worth seeing, I've done it myself, and it was worth every penny. But you know it's illusion. Psychics sell their services to dummies who believe it's true, and can contact their dead relatives (if they pay enough), or that they can guide their lives to their benefit. They're in the same putrid pool as those who "sell stars".

    Pure ripoff artists, who prey on suckers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeteorWayne View Post
    No, fools who feel a need to waste their money give psychics much more credit (and money) then they deserve. But as Barnum said, there's a sucker born every minute
    I'm unconvinced about that, I think it also depends on whether or not you're buying what you're paying for, and what you're giving them credit for. I'd pay to see a good illusionist, but it seems by what you said that would also be a waste of money, and foolish. The only difference between what they do is one purports it to be real, while the other maintains their craft is an illusion - and only meant to entertain. I don't see how it's foolish and a waste of money to enjoy something you know isn't real. Some people don't buy their "future" - they're buying amusement. I'm saying pyschics deserve a fair deal of credit as performance artists, though they are despicable for feigning their purported abilities - for which they deserve no credit.
    But the fools who purchase their services do not believe it's an illusion. Sure a good magician is worth seeing, I've done it myself, and it was worth every penny. But you know it's illusion. Psychics sell their services to dummies who believe it's true, and can contact their dead relatives (if they pay enough), or that they can guide their lives to their benefit. They're in the same putrid pool as those who "sell stars".

    Pure ripoff artists, who prey on suckers.
    I suspected I probably misconstrued what you meant. I agree if you're seeing a psychic specifically to know your future, or speak with the dead, you'll be wasting your money and will be a foolish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drowsy turtle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by homan34 View Post
    I think 15 minutes are enough. I know they charge you for their readings but it very beneficial for us to know our future.
    Shame you only know it after it happens, really.

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    And yes, i have tried Online psychic Reading once. And it is very easy process . And its results are accurate.
    You mean vague.
    I have removed this spamming bastard. Had a psychic link in his sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hersal Gibs View Post
    Hello friends,

    I am going to see a psychic reading today. How long should it take? The lady does 15 or 30 minutes. Obviously there is a price difference. Is 15 minutes enough time?

    Anyone ever had one? Also one more thing, anyone have having experience about online psychic reading(means over the phone or internet)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Angler View Post

    How long will it take you to run out of money or gullibility? By a curious coincidence, this is the exact same interval, temporally speaking.
    Well stated, AA.

    If it took 12 hours, it would be just as worthless.
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    I think 15 minutes are enough. I know they charge you for their readings but it very beneficial for us to know our future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randy ortan View Post
    I think 15 minutes are enough. I know they charge you for their readings but it very beneficial for us to know our future.
    I think you've missed the point (which you really should have gathered from the majority of responses in this thread) - you don't get to know your future.
    "Psychics" are either frauds or deluded.
    They cannot tell you (or anyone else) the future.
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    Depends on what they are reading and how fast they can read.
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