Nostradamus of the mouth

Yesterday I posted on how my ulcers seem to come and go on a cycle – in other words, they all show up at once and disappear at once.  They usually seem to be on 10-day cycles.  So I’m going to just go out on a limb here and make a prediction.

Funny Nostradamus

Damn, he’s good.

(actually, probably not really out on a limb so much…  I mean, it’s not like some kind of world-shattering prediction or anything.  I mean, I’m not predicting economic collapse or a Mayan-calendar-like apocalypse or anything.  I mean, I could, but that has nothing to do with this blog…)

I have a couple of spots that popped up on the 3rd of August.  I’m just going to make a prediction here in digital print that these demons are going to be gone by the 13th.

I am doing this publicly just to show my theory on a cycle trigger in real time.  If I’m wrong, then I guess back to the drawing board.  If I’m right… Then the world as we know it will never be the same…

Okay, that may be a little over the top.  I think I’ve been watching too many Roland Emmerich movies.

Ironically, August 13th is also the day Dallas is supposed to break its own record for most days in a row above 100 degrees – at 43 straight days.  That’s a prediction I’ll absolutely stand by.

That’s 4300 degrees.  Half as hot as the surface of the sun.  You can’t argue with science, people.

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