“Experienced Psychic’s Needed” (sic)
Posted: 07 December 2012 03:38 PM   [ Ignore ]
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I’m looking for a job and I came across this ad on a web site:

Experienced Psychic’s Needed

Experienced Psychic’s needed full time or part time, top dollar…...Must be professional and experienced…...”

So how does one become a professional and experienced Psychic? Is the sentence “Experienced Psychic’s Needed” grammatically correct?

I might have to stop looking for jobs on that particular web site, or at least be very careful about applying for job ads.


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Posted: 07 December 2012 10:02 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Sounds kind of fishy; why would a place that wants to hire psychics need to advertise?  Shouldn’t any experienced psychics that are looking for work know that place wants to hire them?


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Posted: 08 December 2012 10:06 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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1: Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. If it does what it says, you should have no problem with this.
2: What proof will you accept that you are wrong? You ask us to change our mind, but we cannot change yours?
3: It is not our responsability to disprove your claims, but rather your responsability to prove them.
4. Personal testamonials are not proof.

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