The happiest people don't have the best of everything. They just make the best of everything that they have.
The style as we like is the humdrum.
Zero may well speak Australian? Just a thought
I speak Strine.
To tell the truth though, I'm not sure what I have said that isn't English?
Shill? I thought that was fairly common. ???
Worst signature ever.
I know the word so it is english but I think it is more common in America and I believe it is yiddish in origin
Afraid I did have to do a search on the word.Shill? I thought that was fairly common. ???
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear
bright, until you hear them speak.
You need to work on your sense of humor.
And maybe I need to work on my English cause I actually started to get problems understanding you. And about the location - I am actally Danish but I wrote you from France, just to complicate it even more
However, I am not going to start a website. I do not want to spend a single nickle on this idiot and as little time as possible. I have been thinking and found the best way to go about this with my (lack of) assets is to keep doing this: filling the web with some other angles when I have a few minutes to spare, and of course getting the bonus of reading your boring jokes 8)
The person who made this post back in 2008 seems to have been authentically trying to convey a viewpoint and concern. I think it is worth going back over this topic to see if anyone out there has fresh information about Brian Ladd and whether or not he is an actual fraud.
I encourage people to take the topic seriously and to provide a balanced viewpoint. I especially suggest that anyone who truly has had a direct experience with Brian Ladd to talk about it. If you have positive things to say about any accurate psychic type readings he gave you, then say so. On the other hand, if you have had a negative experience, please bring it up. What is more, if you are an ex-friend, coworker, neighbor, etc. and have either good or bad things to say, please do so.
The real issue is the sensitive nature of the topics Brian Ladd deals with - missing people and crime cases, for the most part. That is heavy stuff. Who and what this man really is should be taken into thorough consideration. Just blowing him off as one of those ridiculous fake psychics out to con people is not good enough. I want to see more depth than that here. Caustic humor and airhead comments really don't help.
I ask if someone out there has real things to say about Brian Ladd to help real people who are not sure what to think about him. Being human and willing to keep an open mind, some people may find themselves having been like this woman posting here, at first unsure but willing to give him a try. Honest blogs with first hand information could help a lot of people not make the mistake of giving him a try if it is not worth it. On the other hand, to play fair, if people out there have had amazing results or accurate readings from this man, then that should be given an opportunity to be revealed here, as well.
Truth is often what we make it to be because our perceptions get in the way. However, whether a missing child really is assisted in being found by someone like Brian Ladd or not can be pinned down to yes/no or true/false. It is not just a matter of perception. You can get down to the nitty gritty on that one.
The voice of reason sometimes is not what it seems. Vision can become skewed to the point truth could be sitting on your doorstep and you would not see it. Just because Brian may at first glance seem ridiculous to many of you, please understand and be patient with many other people who are not willing to make that decision so quickly about him.
This is where real facts and human experiences about Brian Ladd can make a big difference. Again, share your stories and insights. Take this forum seriously and don't be put off by several of the silly remarks made so far. The truth is, a lot of people are reading these blogs and want fresh information, or they are learning about Brian Ladd for the first time. You can help make this an instructional and informative space.
Last edited by Truth_seeker; 27th November 2010 at 05:47 AM.
The issue of pychic phenomena has been discussed widely on the forum, not just this thread.
Obvious problems exist with any suggestion that there is any such ability.
Why did the Randi million go unclaimed?
Why can casinos operate saftely based only on statistical probability?
Why do the laws of physics apply to everyone else and not psychics?
Why are missing persons units and other investigative arms of police forces still necessary? And why do they shun supposedly highly accurate information?
Why do the claims of psychics to have helped in police cases always turn out on investigation to be either inaccurate or peripheral?
So the real question is whether an individual 'psychic' is deluded or fradulent!
This has nothing to do with ability or accuracy or personal interactions - it is to do with unimaginary evidence.
The art of medicine consists in amusing the patient while nature cures the disease. Voltaire
How is anyone to know whether the blog is written by Brian, or some other shill?
Surely the only reliable evidence comes either
a) from personal experience (or someone personally known who can be totally trusted to be honest and unlikely to be deceived), which pretty much rules out most online sources
b) by evidence presented in a way that makes it more widely trustable, such as a psychic making clear public predictions about issues where they have no non-psychic means of getting information, which are later shown to be true, where any incorrect predictions couldn't be covered up if they didn't work, where success was repeated sufficiently often to show it was highly unlikely to be down to chance, and where the predictions were precise enough not to allow post-hoc fitting to actual events.
I'm not sure a blog really counts for much whether it's positive or negative.
For all I know, one fake professional psychic may well have people badmouthing another one in the hopes of getting a business advantage, or for revenge or some other personal motive.