Things That Make You Go Hmmm... Janus, Cassandra & Pollyanna

Grant Williams |

Last year at this time, I wrote a year-in-review piece for 2012, which, from a retrospective angle, looked back at the events that I foresaw happening over the last twelve months (stay with me here). How did I do? Well, frankly, appallingly.



How would I have done without the interference of the good men and women of the European Idiotocracy? Well, I suspect rather better, but that is besides the point. In an effort to demonstrate that I learn from my past mistakes, I will not be making any predictions about 2013 (at least not aloud), but shall instead be calling upon some special guests to give us their own, far more qualified and hopefully far more accurate predictions as to what will happen over the next year now that we have gotten that pesky "End of Days" thing out of the way.

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By Grant Williams

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