Interesting, but it is probably not much more accurate then reading tea leaves. The probability of off model events alone are huge. And at least with tea leaves you can have a nice cup of tea after its all over.
I have an acquaintance who manages money and he's a big MF fan. He doesn't like the current market much.
I don't much like the current market either.But I do like tea.
Well, I had an aunt (yeah, and Armenian aunt). I never met her. Her name was pronounced "tock-o-wheat" (or some such). She lived in Canada. My mother and aunt went to see her. She read tea leaves (I swear I do not make this stuff up, and no I've never had tea leaves read!). She told my mother (who wasn't even dating) that she would be married in a year. She was--yeah, and I know that given my mother's age and the era, that might have been a high probability outcome anyway. But, I had to share!
So depending on how one views the causality, we may be here reading your blog today because of a Tea-leaf reading Armenian-Canadian.Somehow, I find that to be not in the least surprising -LOL.
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