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  1. Here we go: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/21/police-called-to-loud-altercation-at-boris-johnsons-home Will it snowball? Will there be more?
  2. Spreads, quints and such are not my strong point, but, yeah, it does look like you've got something big there. *Shudder* As for the finance stuff: Yes, the sub-prime crapola was the known-unknown shock that seized up the credit market. The loud sucking noise that followed was credit driven demand being withdrawn from the system. So much of today's politics goes back to that event.
  3. It's great to see someone pulling out the playing cards! (Man, there are some fascinating reads going on in this thread.) Now that Rory Stewart's gone, I wonder if the J. of Club's affinity with the King of Diamonds isn't a sign that Hunt might hoover up former Stewart supporters and possibly even get an endorsement from the poor little Jack. As an aside, maybe the 2 and 9 of Diamonds diagonally touching the Jack are a sign of his success and popularity on social media. Boris looks relatively strong here, doesn't he? I wonder if the concern B.J. has over a woman's thoughts might not combine with the Jack of Spades (which horizontally mirrors the 9 of Spades) and show potential for a revelation of some sort. A scandal, perhaps? There's a lot of info in that reading.... I look forward to seeing what else you discern.
  4. That's a fascinating reading. I'll check through it properly in a bit. On the economy: I think the economists who saw the last one coming did so by paying attention to the speed and volume of private debt fuelled activity in the economy. Deficit spending and private credit are two ways for new demand/money to enter the system, if one falls the other has to pick up the slack to avoid credit driven activity being pulled from the economy. Government deficit spending can be managed. When private debt goes bust, that's it. Also, it's my understanding that debt is particularly dangerous when it pours into stock bubbles or housing or whatever..... It's also interesting to note that candidate Trump agreed with your take on the jobs market and called the stock boom fake.... this all changed the day he got into office, becoming, "Hey, look at my wonderful job numbers and stock boom!" I feel I should add the proviso that I'm not an economist or even an American! Again, cool reading.
  5. It's always nice to get credit where none is deserved.
  6. Yes, as far as I know, there'll be fewer candidates after this afternoon.
  7. Barleywine from https://parsifalswheeldivination.com/ has been creating a lot of great spreads lately and I asked what he might use for such a question. He suggested these two as being potentially useful: https://parsifalswheeldivination.com/2018/06/15/a-collision-course-spread/ https://parsifalswheeldivination.com/2019/06/17/the-onion-of-revealing-situational-well-being-spread/
  8. It's interesting, I did a reading about the same time as the one above (I'll post it later in the week) that intimated the current state of the race may be misleading..... but Boris's lead does seem unassailable at the moment.... so, we'll see. I get that, but lately when reading with the majors I've been using the empress and emperor as purely being representative of a woman and a man. That's a very interesting idea. I do hope you post your results. I might try something similar.
  9. Are you trying to say you think I'm old? So it goes .... and goes .... and goes .... and goes .... I like your artistic bents.
  10. Yep, I checked, Robert Hunter it was. Here are the lyrics in case anyone's interested: THE WHEEL The wheel is turning and you can't slow down You can't let go and you can't hold on You can't go back and you can't stand still If the thunder don't get you then the lightning will Won't you try just a little bit harder Couldn't you try just a little bit more? Won't you try just a little bit harder Couldn't you try just a little bit more? Round, round robin run round, got to get back to where you belong Little bit harder, just a little bit more A little bit further than you gone before The wheel is turning and you can't slow down You can't let go and you can't hold on You can't go back and you can't stand still If the thunder don't get you then the lightning will Small wheel turn by the fire and rod Big wheel turn by the grace of God Every time that wheel turn 'round Bound to cover just a little more ground The wheel is turning and you can't slow down You can't let go and you can't hold on You can't go back and you can't stand still If the thunder don't get you then the lightning will Won't you try just a little bit harder Couldn't you try just a little bit more? Won't you try just a little bit harder Couldn't you try just a little bit more?
  11. Interesting. Y'know, I've been expecting the global economy to take another dive for about ten years now, and it just goes on and on.... so, please do post what you come up with.
  12. Love it! Actually, I reckon you've (or maybe Jerry) nailed the Wheel in a reading setting. And the video: I just pasted in the address and it pops up as a video (even in the preview). Maybe it's because I'm working off a desktop or somin'?
  13. Ah, and so it does, thanks for reminding me. Unfortunately, I think the RWS is slowly moving out of my consciousness.
  14. 2 songs for the Wheel of Fortune 1 song for Death
  15. The Lover (VI) To live is to choose. Do I go this way or that? Choosing inevitably means walking through one door while closing another. This can be hard. However, to fail to choose is to fail to live - resulting in a terrible kind of inertia and apathy. So choose.
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