Publisher . Jackie Menne
Hindsight Bias or Predictable Events?
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In an effort to understand what happened in 2017, I decided to refer and defer to ancient wisdom. It was the year of the Rooster, whose energy is almost guaranteed to ruffle a few feathers. (That made me laugh, but I have a dark sense of humor.) Rooster years are rarely ever boring, so 2017 was a year with a lot of drama. Eighteen is a different animal.
2017 YEAR OF THE ROOSTER
Roosters, also known as male domestic fowel or cocks, are always active, amusing, and popular within a crowd. They are talkative, outspoken, frank, open, honest, and loyal individuals. They like to be the center of attention and always appear attractive and beautiful. Roosters are happiest when they are surrounded by others, whether at a party or just a social gathering. They enjoy the spotlight and will exhibit their charm on any occasion. Roosters expect others to listen to them while they speak, and can become agitated if they don’t. Vain and boastful, Roosters like to brag about themselves and their accomplishments. Their behavior of continually seeking the unwavering attention of others annoys people around them at times. Roosters are a little sensitive, and they feel stressed and moody at times. They are more motivated than other animals in the Chinese zodiac, making their careers a priority in their lives.
2018 YEAR OF THE DOG
People born under this sign have a strong sense of justice. They are brave, forthright, friendly, loyal to friends and like righting wrongs. Dogs are also short-tempered, stubborn, often criticize others, and have great emotional ups and downs. They are theory-oriented but suffer from a lack of action and judgment in reality.
Dogs are argumentative, suspicious, picky, tend to be blind and highly dependent. They suffer from imaginary fears.
Dog people born in the morning are pretty conservative and weak in character. They are afraid of difficulties when doing things and worried about personal gains and losses.
So who’s a Dog and what can we expect in 2018?
Actions based solely on individual drive and demagoguery are unmasked and rejected by the majority, giving way during this period to the more universal values of empathy and social justice.
Tendencies to take, take, take will be replaced by a widespread sentiment of generosity and selflessness.
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