Update: Court Backs County Ban on Fortune Tellers

Nick Nefedro, the fortune teller who sued to gain back his business practice, has lost his case. Apparently, county law for over fifty years strictly prohibits predicting the future for a fee.

I mean, really.  Who doesn’t know that the crystal ball routine is just a gag?  And doesn’t the Office of the County Attorney have anything better to do? And do we expect the cops to nab meteorologists, economists, and physicians next?  Or maybe confiscate the magazines offering tips for your fantasy baseball draft?

Maybe they will.  I’ll just check the horoscope in today’s paper.

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One Comment on “Update: Court Backs County Ban on Fortune Tellers”

  1. Ron Says:

    Maybe they should go after the Spending Affordability Committee!

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