Things to come, maybe

El Nuko celebrates the beginning of his tenth year behind a blog dashboard with a list of ten predictions, two of which I figured I ought to pass on:

  1. The huge NSA data collection center at St Louis will be totally breached, and all of the information will be released into the open. The US economy will be thrown into a deep depression as credit availability evaporates overnight due to lack of confidentiality.
  2. Obama will propose microchip implantation as the solution, which will be agreed to by both parties, with the exception of 2016 hopeful Mike Huckabee, who sees this as the “mark of the beast.”

Expect Mitch McConnell to offer token resistance at first, because that’s what he does best: token resistance.

3 comments

  1. miniapplejack »

    15 July 2015 · 9:34 am

    McConnell offers resistance for whoever offers him tokens.

  2. CGHill »

    15 July 2015 · 9:39 am

    Now what are you going to do with that Internet you just won?

  3. Joseph Hertzlinger »

    16 July 2015 · 12:07 am

    Why would credit availability disappear? If everyone can see everyone else’s transactions, we can see that it’s a crook using your credit card instead of you.

    There are, of course, a few downsides.

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