Friday, May 4, 2012

Have you ever found wisdom in a fortune cookie?

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The day before I was offered the job here at The Pitch, I cracked open a fortune cookie that told me, "A new opportunity will soon present itself." Whether it was serendipity or simply a statistical anomaly, I took the fortune as a good omen and the stale cookie as the price of the prediction business.

Frank Bruni delves into the world of snarky fortunes in a piece for The New York Times about Cookie Misfortune. "You will die alone and poorly dressed" is the one that rooked the former critic's universe. Beyond the wisdom of determining just how stale a given fortune cookie is before taking a bite, have you ever found wisdom in a fortune cookie?

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