Internet Post Looks Ahead

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As I’m sure you’re aware, there’s an amazing amount of stuff on the Internet. Some is incredible, some is unbelievable (and rightly so); some is horrifying, some is downright silly.

And some, like the items below, are anonymous. I don’t know whom to credit for this very clever look ahead, but I think you’ll enjoy what he or she saw in his crystal ball:

*Headlines For The Year 2038:
–Supreme Court rules punishment of criminals violates their civil rights.

–A $75-billion study lasting 85 years proves diet and exercise are the key to weight loss.

–Average adult male in America weighs more than 250 pounds; women close in on 200.

–Cost of first-class stamp is now $17.89; mail is only delivered on Wednesday.

–Congress requires that every high school in America include an abortion clinic.

–Castro finally dies at age 112. Cuban cigars can now be imported legally, but President Chelsea Clinton bans smoking everywhere in the country where two or more people are present.

–Global cooling is blamed for the third consecutive year of crop failures in Mexifornia and Floruba.

–France pleads for outside assistance after country is conquered by Jamaica. No one comes to their aid

— Chip Wood

Chip Wood

is the geopolitical editor of PersonalLiberty.com. He is the founder of Soundview Publications, in Atlanta, where he was also the host of an award-winning radio talk show for many years. He was the publisher of several bestselling books, including Crisis Investing by Doug Casey, None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen and Larry Abraham and The War on Gold by Anthony Sutton. Chip is well known on the investment conference circuit where he has served as Master of Ceremonies for FreedomFest, The New Orleans Investment Conference, Sovereign Society, and The Atlanta Investment Conference.

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