Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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OutSorcering

Freelance witches, supplies and spells
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Does your project need a quick turn-around for an important client? Perhaps you've accepted a big contract but your flock is understaffed?

Call Contract Coven 1-666-HexCast.

phoenix, Jul 28 2002

Baked http://www.customlo...op=ad2go.customspel
Apparently. [Be warned - rather unintuitive interface and exploding windows.] [DrCurry, Jul 29 2002]

More Baked http://wicca.bizpage.net/books/read.html
"Most items shipped in 24 hours." How quick a turnaround do you want?
[There is plenty more stuff like this out there on the Internet, so I'm standing by my Baked claim.] [DrCurry, Jul 29 2002]

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       I'd say [m-f-d]: magic, but... uh... croissant for a good pun.
watermelancholy, Jul 28 2002
  

       just stand in the pentacle, hold the garlic and I will rustle you up a herbal tincture for that sore wrist.
po, Jul 28 2002
  

       I need a crew on brooms to sweep through greater Chicago and do a candy pick-up on Halloween.
FarmerJohn, Jul 28 2002
  

       read that last anno somewhere before. hhmmmm.
po, Jul 29 2002
  

       Mediore Man strikes again! [[]] The pun is secondary to the idea, thankyouverymuch.
phoenix, Jul 29 2002
  

       Just make sure you read and understand all the fine print (and invisible print too!) in the contract before you sign in blood. Too much dependence on outsorcering can rob a company of its heart and soul.   

       I hope this one stays around for a while. Croissant.
BigBrother, Jul 29 2002
  

       Puns aside, I think witches have *always* been freelance. Unless, perhaps, you can turn up a case where they were either corporate or institionalized?   

       Mephista might have a better idea.
DrCurry, Jul 29 2002
  
      
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