Thursday, December 31, 2015

What to Expect in 2016

This IS after all A Year of Election, this coming 2016.

Predicting how it will all play out is ridiculous, because the future isn't set yet from our perspective and anything can change everything else. The best we can say for certain is that the Tampa Bay Bucs are going to draft in the top ten spots of the April rookie draft.

What I can say about 2016 with regards to politics is that:




What I can say about 2016 itself is that:


  • Batman vs Superman Dawn of Justice better NOT SUCK.
  • Also, I really think the NFL is making a big mistake forcing - and they are - the San Diego Chargers to relocate to LA. Let the Raiders have that market, okay? Sheesh.
  • Also, I need to market my ebooks better. 


Happy New Year to ye, and hope to see you in 2016.

3 comments:

Jimbo said...

You have e-books?

I agree that the Gooper field is highly fluid but it seems pretty clear that there is a real war going on between the Tea Party wildings and the so-called Establishment, i.e. The Billionaires vs. the F*cking Mole People. Trump straddles both groups, of course, though he still scares the billionaires and the RNC. He and Cruz are the only serious threats because the Tea Partyists will buy into his Anarchical-Jesus operation. But there would need to be a massive and grotesque hijacking of the primaries to shoehorn JEB! Into the nomination. And he would be dead Bushmeat in the General anyways. So let the Band Play On.

Paul Wartenberg said...

If you look at the WRITINGS tab on the menu bar above, you'll see a list of publications for purchase as ebooks - and several that are available as print. Thank ye.

Pinku-Sensei said...

"I really think the NFL is making a big mistake forcing - and they are - the San Diego Chargers to relocate to LA. Let the Raiders have that market, okay?"

The Raiders have the L.A. market? Yes and no--yes in terms of the Raiders being the favorite team in L.A. County on Facebook (Orange County prefers the Chargers), no in terms of which team is most seen on TV there, which is the Chargers. Looks like the NFL and the networks would rather it be the Chargers, despite the preferences of the people who live there, which is exactly your point. Also, Vox vs. FiveThirtyEight. Fight!