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Who By Strangling And Who By Starbucks: The Fate Of Yom Kippur

What would you give to know who'll win the election? A lot, I bet -- not because you'll know whether to get out of the stock market, but because the anxiety is killing you. What if someone could tell you whether that sweetie you're flirting with is truly your bashert, your intended, or whether Alzheimer's is in your future, or even how Game of Thrones will end? The promise of clairvoyance keeps psychics and pundits in business.
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