Thursday, 29 December 2011

Going Going Nearly Gone

As we teeter on the brink of a New Year, western style, the emphasis is on looking back at 2011. We might be better off looking forward and taking deep breaths.

What things which are in place next week will no longer be in place at the end of 2012? There are too many potential choices to list in any brief blog.

How many governments will go?

Who will start fighting who and who else will be involved, no bets will be taken on the UK?

How many banks or financial organisations will go?

How many currencies and economies will collapse?

How many geophysical disasters will occur and where?

How many hyped up events or happenings scheduled will fail or be a fiasco?

Which famous people will be found out and doing what?

Who amongst us will depart?

Who will make the most monstrous blunder?

Who will be right and who will be wrong?

Who will be richer and who will be poorer, no prizes for this one?

Where and who will be at the wrong end of the biggest disaster?

Who reading this has started to worry?

1 comment:

  1. I worry only that it won't be another year like the last 67!