Well, that takes care of that.

Mexico’s Grand Warlock predicted US President Barack Obama would fail to win re-election and two more Latin American leaders would be diagnosed with cancer, in a traditional New Year’s forecast Tuesday.
The Grand Warlock, also known as Antonio Vazquez, […] claims to have a 75-80 percent accuracy rate, last year said the euro would weaken and recession would return to developed economies but he also predicted, incorrectly, that a Latin American leader would be assassinated.

  1. msbpodcast says:

    Where’s Harry Potter?

    He’s a fictional character, made up, he doesn’t exist, god-like in his appeal to human naivetée.

    Tell the self-professed warlock to KMFA.

  2. pedro says:

    Warlock? That’s too big a word for that guy.

    Still, seems to have the same insight as Adam

  3. Amazing! says:

    Is this the same guy who’s told people that to protect themselves from the drug wars in Mexico they needed to brush raw egg on their faces?

    • msbpodcast says:

      Yeah, I can see why that’d work.

      Because even a Mexican rapist/killer/psychopath on crack would wonder if you were just too crazy to get near and, worse, if it was catching…

  4. pedro says:

    The only Mexican Warlock I know is Carlos Estevez

  5. Kent says:

    Wizard Adam Curry can beat that.

  6. Dallas says:

    Will this be a Teapublican message for the latin vote sheeple?

  7. Grandpa says:

    It doesn’t matter. The world is going to end in 2012 anyway.

    • pedro says:

      The guy said it wasn’t. Read the guy.

      • So what says:

        You trust the predictions of a wetback warlock? oh wait, never mind.

        • pedro says:

          You know you were the only one that laughed at that attempt to humor, right?

          It’s so out of context that is not even pity worth.

          • So what says:

            I wasn’t laughing. I just considered your IQ making the observation moot.

          • pedro says:

            My IQ? I not only pity you, but thinking you have a double digit IQ after saying the warlock was a wetback and proven wrong in the blog…

            You have my understanding. It should be though being you.

        • spsffan says:

          Not that it would be funny anyway, but he isn’t a wetback since he is still in Mexico. Wetbacks get to be wetbacks by swimming the Rio Grande (or the Tijuana River) to get into the USA.

          Stupid Gringo!

  8. seetheblacksun says:

    Mexican warlocks will make more predictions for less money.

  9. Horizontal says:

    “…he also predicted, incorrectly, that a Latin American leader would be assassinated.”

    If they were poisoned and aren’t dead yet, does that count?

    • e? says:

      What if they already had blasts from the cancer machine and just haven’t noticed the tumor yet?

      • pedro says:

        The warlock has a bigger chance of being right than the psycho who said the US has a cancer-inducing machine

  10. hwo says:

    Who the hell is this guy?

  11. I just donated $250.00 to Ron Paul to help Restore America Now! You can donate too at http://ronpaul2012.com.

    Only 26,000 to break 6 million to win.

    Screw the warlock, do it for USa

    • ± says:

      The only thing for sure is that if an R or D governance is re-affirmed by the sheeple leaving the voting booths; they have continued the destruction of the country.

    • So what says:

      Did Cain give you your money back? You seem to have a lot to spare on lost causes.

      • If i didn’t have some pressing balloon payments to make, I’d give lots more.

        the limit to him, and more to the pacs.

        He’s been a prophet on lots of things, including todays news of shrinking the military…

        Can’t afford to police the world…

        Can’t wait for Paul to finish the job.

        • Dr Spearmint Fur says:

          You have pressing balloon payments? Yup, you’re a real live Austrian economic libertarian all right.

    • Dallas says:

      I’m not so sure Ron Paul wants your kiss of death support. Your track record is on par with that of Dr Kevorkian.

      Support Santorum. He’s the Christian Taliban favorite.

    • pedro says:

      As out of whack as dallas. Why the loonies feel so attracted to make non-related political statements is worthy of several psyche papers.

      • So what says:

        I wonder how many papers would a troll with a not so closeted fetish about another poster named Dallas would inspire, endless possibilities I suspect?

        • pedro says:

          Now you accuse others of having fetishes about other poster?

          Do you have a nurse with you? Put her over so I can tell her to disconnect that computer. Is not good for your mental health.

          • So what says:

            Says the troll who must respond to Dallas as a Pavlovian response. You really must try and do better. However, with your limited abilities its probably expecting to much.

            Tell you what, don’t respond to Dallas’s posts and prove me wrong.

          • pedro says:

            Who you calling black pot?

          • pedro says:

            BTW, if you think I have to prove you anything, sit tight because it’s gonna be a hell of a wait.

          • So what says:

            LOL you couldn’t even make it past one.

          • pedro says:

            I was about to call you by your new nickname (stupid Gringo) but I see you’re trying to get Dallas.

            Good luck to you. I hope you’re happy together.

  12. e? says:

    What a relief. Don’t even have to hold an election now that the outcome is known!

  13. EstCstCrkPt says:

    Someone get that guy a NA Red Book.

    I also noticed the word red in pREDicted.

  14. Cursor_ says:

    Well as they say a sandwich is just a sandwich.

    But a manwich is a warlock.



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