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In other news:

And we maintain cordial relations with these barbarians?

A man has been sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia for witchcraft because he makes predictions on television.


The only evidence presented in court was reportedly the claim he appeared regularly on Lebanese satellite issuing general advice on life and making predictions about the future.

Saudi Arabia is a sick culture, and there are dickheads who want this barbaric insanity duplicated here?




  1. Sunfish says:

    I can see the gripe. Making predictions is bad.

    I call for a jihad upon the Weather Channel, and may the guy who predicted a Broncos victory the other night be beheaded with a flattened garden hose.

  2. NickM says:

    Apparently they are doing in “Mystic” Meg outside Finsbury Park Mosque and I’ve got some kick-ass seats and vouchers for some pointy ones and a complementary bag of gravel…

  3. John B says:

    Is the man in the picture the person who is going to be executed?

  4. So do they think that economists who work for the Saudi oil funds and who make predictions should also be put to death?

    Cuntish morons.

  5. Nick M says:

    Very good!

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