25 Min Released Feb 28, 2018

Epilogue: The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck and Guidebook

Jolenta and Kristen unpack their tarot experience from last week.  They hear form listeners about decks, scary cards, and ADHD.  And the ladies are joined by special guest Walt Hickey (Chief Culture Writer at the blog 538) to talk about the statistical accuracy of tarot readings.

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more on Walt Hickey, visit his twitter page:
https://twitter.com/WaltHickey

Walt's article on tarot:
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/tarot-card-prediction-statistics/

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