Most often, someone who can see the future (yes, I believe in that stuff) only voices the predictions when another, less clairvoyantly inclined person wishes to know. Therefore, if something happens that they didn't predict,they can just say "Oh, yeah, I foresaw that. 'Cause I see the future. 'Cause I'm awesome."
If you have a computer, try this fun and festive trick:
First, A Little Bit About My Trouble With Season's Greetings:
Every year around this time (well, actually around two weeks ago), I begin to feel very happy, almost giddy. It doesn't necessarily have anything to do with an upcoming holiday, I just feel good. I believe some people call it "Being Jolly."
As a result of this newfound ecstasy, I find myself wanting to give others some of the joy I am feeling. As I celebrate Christmas, I often wish people a "Merry Christmas."
This can go horribly wrong.
When one wishes another person "Merry Christmas," they can react in four main* ways:
I have no problem with any other religions (or lack thereof) and so:
Happy Late-In-The-Year-Time-When-Some-People-But-Not-Others-Celebrate-Certain-Holidays-And-All-Deserve-A-Well-Wish-That-Does-Not-Assume-Anything-About-Their-Customs-Or-Religion To All!!!!!!!
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