You probably know that Ronald Reagan’s old “welfare queen” line about black inner-city women living it rich off their welfare checks was a myth, a distortion based on a single unrepresentative anecdote. Regardless, thirty years later you can find dozens of Tweets every day featuring
Thomas John, the self-described “Manhattan Medium” and “celebrity psychic,” can afford to maintain his well-coiffed, clothes-horse lifestyle: he charges a full $1,000 for a service in which grieving parents, spouses or children can “ask” their loved one just two questions a month. Considering how little
I came across this photograph of a fountain of some sort this morning, but I can’t make it out. Can you tell what it is?