A Craig O’Hagen posted an item saying, “Any predictions about the election made on November 5th were of course made after the fact”.
This was in response to my item “A Small Gloat” about the accurate predictions I made on election day, the 5th November.
Craig’s plainly a half-wit. Election day in America was the 4th November thus here, the 5th November. I listed the item before a single result had been published.
Someone else hiding behind a pseudonym “dentalisnz” piped up to ask “what of my prediction about how successfully the human life experiment would be, but now unravelling in Sweden?”
Read what I wrote you fool, specifically that “when it’s all done and dusted” I suspect Sweden will emerge as taking the right path.
Well, it’s far from done and dusted to make an assessment and probably won’t be, vaccine announcements regardless, for another year.
As well, I freely conceded that as a bystander it was easy to express such opinions but if instead I ran the government, then the responsible thing was to kick for touch and go for lockdowns etc.
The inability of some people to read things accurately never ceases to astound me.
With Craig O’Hagen there’s an obvious explanation, namely the debilitating effect of his Irish ancestry.
“Dentalisnz” suggests a dentist, thus a dullard. After all, given we only get one crack at life, what sort of person would willingly choose to devote it to staring into people’s mouths?