Time for some divination

Andrew Pearce

A couple of nights ago I attended an insurance press event with a difference.

Among the usual gaggle of industry figures and eager journalists was a guest palm reader.

A natural cynic of all things vaguely supernatural I was a willing volunteer as she looked to interpret the wrinkles and creases in my hands.

Indeed, I left pleasantly surprised following her reading. A number of her interpretations were highly perceptive, if not pretty darn accurate.

Anyway, the point I originally intended to

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