The Year Ahead

January – Congress and the President go head to head on some damn thing or another that they should have resolved two years ago. Hilarity ensues.

February – Some reality star says something that is blown out of proportion, and Facebook once again becomes the most annoying place on the Internet for weeks on end.

March – Two more states legalize same-sex marriage. Glenn Beck cries.

April – Gas prices spike, mainly because speculators run up the price thinking it will be more expensive when warm weather arrives in northern states.

May – Kim Jong Un says something threatening. No one takes him seriously.

June – Some reality star says something that is blown out of proportion, and Facebook once again becomes the most annoying place on the Internet for weeks on end.

July – Facebook changes is policies and interface with no warning and for no apparent reason.

August – God, it’s hot. Global warming blamed.

September – The Yankees miss the playoffs. Yankee fans complain how the teams that made it really aren’t that good, particularly those in the AL East.

October – Will someone please let us fast forward through all these idiotic campaign ads?

November – The 2016 presidential campaign season begins in earnest.

December – Snow storms and deep freezes. In winter. Global warming is blamed.

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