So, GSA head Martha Johnson has resigned over reports that her agency funded a 2010 "team building" party (sorry) conference in Las Vegas which cost the taxpayers more than $800,000, a conference that included a clown (oh, I won't say it), a $31,000 reception, and, wait for it, a mind-reader, who billed out at $3000. However, the Inspector-General's report (which led to all the ruckus about this ill-conceived conference) doesn't mention the mind-reader. Indeed, the only places I've seen any mention of the mind-reader have been in the media.
The report does, though, make for really interesting reading. And the mind reader might have been worth it. Did he or she mention that he or she saw a change in career in the future for those who put this conference together?