Saturday, December 31, 2016

End of the year post

Here's a last post for 2016.  According to "our" calculations, the forecasting team at Unforeseen Contingencies again scored 70% on our predictions for the year.  We also have predictions for 2017.  Expect full coverage of both stories in early 2017.

Also, for 2016, chief blogger and runner Charles N. Steele managed to complete over 1600 miles (over 2560 km) of combined running, walking, and hiking.  This is certainly a conservative number, since walks and runs of less than a mile are counted).    While 1600 was not a goal, this suggests a target of 1700 miles for 2017.  We'll give it a shot.

If we are to sum up the year, 2016 seems to have been a year of unforeseen contingencies -- the self-destruction of Hillary Clinton, the overwhelming Republican victories, and the hysteria of the American left are good examples.  The collapsing of the left in the United States and elsewhere is less surprising, but welcome.

But we'll have a recap on the year when we do our scoring of our predictions for 2016 (and 2015!) and our predictions for 2017.

Happy 2017 to all!

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