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Worlds Dumbest Woman!

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  1. Scott Greczkowski

    Scott Greczkowski Banned User

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    A sucker is born every minute.

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/gate/archive/2003/01/30/MNwand.DTL

    Abracadabra, Your Money Is Gone

    Associated Press Thursday, January 30, 2003
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    BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) -- A woman who says she bought magic wands from a self-described psychic to erase negative thoughts says $5,400 of her money was all that disappeared.

    Joann Zansky, 57, said she paid a woman who claims to be a psychic $1,800 for each of three wands.

    "She was a terrific actress," Zansky said. "I believed her."

    Zansky said she contacted Bethlehem police after she became suspicious about the effectiveness of the wands.

    "We're investigating," police Lt. Robert Righi said. "Possibly it is some violation of consumer fraud."

    No charges have been filed against the woman named in the complaint. A person who answered the phone at the woman's business said she was unavailable.
     
  2. Nick

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  3. Roger

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    LOL!
     
  4. Bogy

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    I wonder if she was trying to erase her own negative thoughts, or other people's? And why she needed three of them? Perhaps if she tied all three of them together and whacked herself over the head she would "forget" her negative thoughts.
     
  5. Steve Mehs

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    Nick, :lol:
     
  6. jonstad

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    Caveat Emptor!

    This bubblehead's out of luck and out $5400. Here's the key phrase.

    "Possibly it is some violation of consumer fraud."(bold added)
     
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    If they vibrate, all is not lost.
     
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