http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ ... ml?hpid=z1
The head of the General Services Administration just resigned over a spending scandal involving a conference the GSA had outside of Las Vegas. But the news lead here (in Washington, DC) was the $3,200 spent for a "mind reader" at the conference. Does anybody know who the lucky mentalist was? I hope that it was one of the Penguin favorites who landed that lucrative gig.
I'm guessing that it wasn't Kreskin, or they would have named him in the news story. Richard Osterlind perhaps?