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Q: Psycics ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Psycics
Category: Arts and Entertainment
Asked by: findforf-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 25 Aug 2002 21:24 PDT
Expires: 24 Sep 2002 21:24 PDT
Question ID: 58491
24666 West Palm Beach,FL33416-4666....who is regestered to PO box?
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Psychics legitimate?
From: ulu-ga on 25 Aug 2002 23:10 PDT
"psychic: a person apparently sensitive to nonphysical forces"
"legitimate: ...2 : being exactly as purposed : neither spurious nor
false <legitimate grievance> <a legitimate practitioner>
3 a : accordant with law or with established legal forms and
requirements <a legitimate government> b : ruling by or based on the
strict principle of hereditary right <a legitimate king>
4 : conforming to recognized principles or accepted rules and
standards <legitimate advertising expenditure> <legitimate inference>"

My opinion in general is they are probably legitimate for definition 3
and maybe even 4, but most likely not 2.

We are all looking for answers (why do you think Google Answers
exists?).  Many people are willing to give it...for a price (again,
Google Answers).  Some people are looking for closure with someone who
has died.  "Psychics" can fill that need, often by saying things are

Houdini did not find any:
"Houdini was skeptical of claims of the paranormal and was vigilant in
alerting the public to psychic fraud. In 1926, he testified at
Hearings on Fortune Telling held in the House of Representatives
before the Subcommittee on Judiciary of the District of Columbia.
Houdini's book, A Magician Among the Spirits, was published two years
earlier. In this work he exposed many of the prominent mediums of his

A modern magician, The Amazing Randi, has had the same results:

Techniques psychics use:

I did not find any reference to that address.

My psychic prediction is... I forsee you losing much money if you
continue your contact with a psychic.
Subject: Re: Psycics
From: lippard-ga on 30 Oct 2002 19:13 PST
To find who is using a particular Post Office box, you need to submit
a form to the post office where that box is located.  The form is
known as a Request for Boxholder Information and can be obtained from
your local post office.

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