This is a great project for somebody: keep track of the Left's record on predictions.
You’ve heard the warnings: Global warming could doom humanity. Overpopulation and deforestation will destroy the planet. We’re going to run out of energy.
It isn’t happening right now, experts say, but it could happen in a few decades.
Yet, decades ago, experts warned that many catastrophes would happen now – by the year 2015. Yet they have not. FoxNews.com found five predictions that went astray.
What you suspected seems to be true: at $2/bottle, a couple of corners have to be cut.
Guess why. Go ahead, guess.
A "West Coast liberal" discovers good fellowship and truth at the Redneck Riviera:
“It’s very hard to have an argument when you have a mouthful of ribs.”
Apparently, it's all about the calcium and magnesium.
Just so you know:
The name is often said to have originated with old-timey courtesans, who ostensibly favored it because it was quick enough to make in between appointments, or because it smelled so good while cooking that it lured clients in from the street. But on further consideration, neither of these origin stories seems particularly plausible—I mean, sex workers aren’t the only people who appreciate quick, aromatic meals.