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Switch to digital spirit messages could render millions of Ouija Boards obsolete
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Mediums fear government plans to switch off the old analogue spirit world messaging system in favour of a new, digital system in 2015 could render millions of old style Ouija Boards, tealeaves and Tarot cards obsolete.
OfCom claims the new digital spirit messages will be clearer, and the move will free up the airwaves for hundreds of new spirit channels including Gay and Straight Dating services. Any adult content will be channelled after the watershed, be subscription only, and protected by a Parental Lock. A spokesman for OfCom has defended the move saying he has already received a message from the other side, from someone called Dave, supporting the move.
TV medium Derek Acorah has denounced the plans. He fears clearer messages could spell the end to his trade mark questions such as, “Does anybody here know some one whose name begins with a B… or it could be an M… it might be a man… or a woman… or a cat?”. He fears the move could cause a rise in unemployment for failed, ex-footballers.
But his is not the only job to be affected by the changes. Earlier this month MI6 announced plans to make hundreds of Spooks redundant due to their inability to get to grips with modern technology, and Red Indian Spirit Guides could see their roles outsourced to call centres in Mumbai.Posted 4 years ago #
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