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Did anyone go to the Mind, Body, Spirit Festival in Sydney over the weekend? Oh my god what a crock of ****e. I was expecting some veggie info, demonstrations, product samples, organic food info/samples etc and a BIT of the weirdo psychic, stone worshipper crap but not the entire thing. The Australian Vegetarian Society had a magazine stall and that was it as far as I could tell, there were samples of veggie chips and a veggie cafe. What the? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/mad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":mad:"><br><br>
If anyone else went were you as disappointed?<br><br><br><br>
A sane person can only look at so many 'empowerment' stones, chakra rebalancing beads and ear candles. Yeesh.
 

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er. i would LOVE to go to a wierdo psychic stone worshipper crap thing and i could look at that stuff for ages. some of us like that stuff. and some of us are sane.
 

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Hrm weird, Sounds exactly the same as The mind, body, spirit festival they had here. It was rather small though.<br><br>
The only good parts was the Vegan food place, the SAFE (anti-vivisection stall), And the GE-free NZ stall.<br><br><br><br>
I found it funny that they had this crazy looking "Psychic" called Madame Feather, next to the SAFE stall.. and she was selling real bird legs/feet grasping crystals... That was rather Ironic...<br><br><br><br>
And as we were about to leave this lady started telling me and my cousin all about ourselves.. She was the only one in the room that looked sane.. And it was weird because what she said was true... Still I don't really believe in that crap.<br><br><br><br>
There were loads of old people dressed weirdly charging heaps for readings, and that was about all.... Other than the peace stickers I brought for $1, and the animal rights magazine I got, it was a complete waste of time...
 

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I would of gone if we'd move to Sydney instead of crummy Adelaide but I'd rather we'd stayed in the UK. I'm so going back to the UK after HighSchool
 
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