Psychic Defense

by Ryan on February 24, 2007

in Anything Else,Politics,Pop Culture

The buzz this morning around the States is that the British Ministry of Defense hired psychics to help in the search for Bin Ladin’s secret lair and Saddam’s elusive stash of WMDs. Some think this is a gross misuse of taxpayer’s funds, others a potentially useful tool.
I personally don’t have a problem with this.  I believe that some people have real psychic gifts and I also know that municipalities all over the United States have been using psychic investigators for years to aid in cracking cold cases or coming up with relatively accurate perp profiles.  It ain’t perfect, but it has its uses and I think clever, creative, on-their-toes governments should at least be open to this option in times of great national security need.

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Mike February 24, 2007 at 12:42 pm

So where is he?

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rightonoz February 24, 2007 at 10:07 pm

I know!

Pakistan!

just can’t quite pinpoint the exact hole.

And I’m no psychic.

Seriously if it helps I don’t have a problem with it. As you said, there have been some successes in the past.

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