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therockywizard therockywizard 18-21, M 8 Answers Jun 20, 2012

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no.Fools have to be taught a lesson.It's obligatory and healthy.

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People who want a Tarot reading are going to get one. I think what determines how exploitative it is, is how careful you are with the potential influence you might have over the lives of the more gullible customers.

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if treated simply as a form of entertainment, then it's just that. you will have to be your own guide as to how far your mores allow you to go beyond that.

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Welcome to the field of fortune telling and psychics.<br />
If you can get past the obvious moral and ethical problems then you can make quite a bit of money.

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I've done a lot of things to make money, From fortune telling to face painting. By far the fortune telling was the easeist money I ever made.

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again, welcome to the field : P

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Then why do you want a reading?

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Me?

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Ever hear of karma?

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I treated it like a party trick. Like paying a magician.

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I'll do reading for people if they pay too. They are the one's who want to hear something so general an force their life's to actually make a reading come true. But hey, I have the money; why should I care?

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I agree with the person who brought up Karma, and would like to add that if indeed it's treated as a parlor trick, and you know for sure that the people you are charging for your service are treating it as such, then I do not see an ethical quandary. HOWEVER, if they (and really, your customers are more important, as in any service) are treating this as a real and genuine experience, you are falsely dealing with the situation. Nonbelievers aside, there always seems to be a balance in these situations.

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