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  1. #251

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    Problem, Reaction, Solution...

    Don't come anywhere near me with a needle, going to tell you to shove it! And who is this guy anyway???
    "Remember, people will judge you by your actions,not your intentions.You may have a heart of gold -but so does a hard-boiled egg".

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nw83gN7JCrw

    Predictive programming no?
    "Remember, people will judge you by your actions,not your intentions.You may have a heart of gold -but so does a hard-boiled egg".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluekiwi View Post
    Its a pretty exciting year, a lot could happen. And a lot of what happens will be determined by out of the blue unforeseen events.
    The fires in Ausie an example.

    I predict the Winston will not make 5% this time around, due to people finally realising and getting sick of him and Jones corrupt politics.
    But National still losing under Bridges and greens and labour ruling.
    Unless Luxon gets in, and then National will win, even with greens making 5%.
    I predict Luxons power would prevail even over Jacinda's perfectly timed wedding photo's (say 5% nett gain).

    I predict one OCR increase at end of year, and Interest rates longer term ones, slightly increasing from June.
    I predict Auckland property market recover entrenched from November 2019, and stable through the year, with maybe up to 5% rise and settles down at that level.
    Don't be fooled it already has improved around 5% to 10%.

    I predict the Trump China issues to be resolved and a non issue by end of the year.

    I predict Trump to get back in.

    These is all my guesswork predictions.
    I also think that 2020 is a big year, something big is going to happen, don't know what it is though, just a feeling.
    I think you can safely mark this prediction as being correct Perry.
    Paul Magill B.com
    Bluekiwi Property Consulting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluekiwi View Post
    I predict one OCR increase at end of year, and Interest rates longer term ones, slightly increasing from June.
    I predict Auckland property market recover entrenched from November 2019, and stable through the year, with maybe up to 5% rise and settles down at that level.
    Don't be fooled it already has improved around 5% to 10%.

    I predict the Trump China issues to be resolved and a non issue by end of the year.

    I predict Trump to get back in.

    These is all my guesswork predictions.
    I also think that 2020 is a big year, something big is going to happen, don't know what it is though, just a feeling.

    I think you can safely mark this prediction as being correct Perry.
    Really? Awww, c'mon.

    This prediction? This? Which one?

    "Something big" could just as well be the All Blacks losing every game they play.

    Or nasty anti-LL legislation being passed.

    Or MPs voting for a decrease in their numbers, stipend, perks and allowances.

    How's your OCR prediction shaping up?

    Keep trying.
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    That's a fail mate.

    You know when something is big, and this fits the bill, the other things you mention are tiny.

    Get real Perry, I think a lot of people on here are getting sick of your attitude, you need an attitude adjustment buddy.

    Get your shit together.

    Lets see what other people think of my view.
    Paul Magill B.com
    Bluekiwi Property Consulting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluekiwi View Post
    That's a fail mate.

    You know when something is big, and this fits the bill, the other things you mention are tiny.

    Get real Perry, I think a lot of people on here are getting sick of your attitude, you need an attitude adjustment buddy.

    Get your shit together.

    Lets see what other people think of my view.
    I thought that the prediction thing was supposed to be a bit of fun.
    Perry takes it far to seriously - needs to get a life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluekiwi View Post
    That's a fail mate.



    Lets see what other people think of my view.
    Perry seems to have an over exaggerated opinion of his own self importance.

    He can't be 'ignored' either unfortunately.

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    A prediction is to specify something that is predicted (as in speculated or guessed at) to happen in the future.

    I record, then later point out the predictions which have failed. Nearly 100% of them. There have been one or two that have got it right or extremely close, but they are extremely rare.

    Why people bother making such things escapes me. Despite Wyane's observation, very few of them seem to be made with any obvious jocularity.

    Reverting to snide, ad hominem remarks changes nothing, either.

    "Beware the ides of March."

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    Off to walk the dog
    https://youtu.be/FwvZql6RToE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    A prediction is to specify something that is predicted (as in speculated or guessed at) to happen in the future.

    I record, then later point out the predictions which have failed. Nearly 100% of them. There have been one or two that have got it right or extremely close, but they are extremely rare.

    Why people bother making such things escapes me. Despite Wyane's observation, very few of them seem to be made with any obvious jocularity.

    Reverting to snide, ad hominem remarks changes nothing, either.

    "Beware the ides of March."

    Hey Perry most of the people reading my predictions are some of the most wealthiest/intelligent people in this country, I doubt they took my predictions seriously but there was always an underlying message to my predictions ,It just seems crazy that Im being censored but if you want to read the scare mongering in the Herald that is your choice...Are you going to continue to censor me?or would you prefer everyone go into a mental depression over the next month or so?


 

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