Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Prescient, Googling Li'l Ol' Me

Five days after I analyzed language trends to demonstrate the declining cultural impact of cocaine, the Los Angeles Times yesterday reported a decline in cocaine on U.S. streets. Yeah, I'm that good. So I'd also like to use my rare insights to predict that President Bush will be out of the White House by February and that Tom Cruise will fail to convince the world he's not a weenie.

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Linnee said...

If you'd be so kind as to tell me Saturday's lottery numbers, including the mega number, I'd really appreciate it.

June Casagrande said...

Hmmm. That information doesn't seem to come as easily as the Tom Cruise/weenie thing. I wonder why that is ...

: )

Carolyn Howard-Johnson said...

I didn't know you were clairvoyant. I'll start calling on that skill more frequently.

Oh, yean. Thank you for mentioning my Sharing with Writers blog on your blog roll.

Oh, yeah twice. Read your column in this morning's Glendale News-Press. Those danglers always do me in! I couldn't spot the one in your example for the life of me. Must be because I'm so clairvoyant. I just assume I know what the writer inteneded--and most times I get it.

Also blogging at where YOU are frequently mentioned (-:

June Casagrande said...

Hi, Carolyn!

Happy to have you on the blogroll! You're a great resource for the people who come here!

Sorry to use such a tough example with the danglers. They're slippery!

-- June

Joel said...

Well, June, I always knew you were clairvoyant. And the fact that your brain isn't bogged down by such trivialities as lottery numbers and such rather argues in favor of than opposed to the greatness thereof.


. . . . but more-or-less seriously at the same time.

June Casagrande said...

It's true! I can see quite clearly that, in the future, I will not win the lottery.

: )


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