Anyone have any predictions for 2013?
Here are some from Washington Post writers, including columnists whose work appears in The News Tribune: Michael Gerson, Eugene Robinson and Robert J. Samuelson. Some prognostications are more serious than others.
One example, from Alexandra Petri: “YOLO” will disappear from the nation’s vocabulary. People will breathe a short-lived sigh of relief, before the word “moist” suddenly enjoys an inexplicable resurgence. After 2012’s Lincoln mania, Chester A. Arthur will enjoy a box office hot streak. Mutton-chops will come back in.
Here’s mine: The state Legislature will go into extra session. (I think that’s a fairly safe bet.)