I don't care about Feng Shui, as long as the window faces North. Ah, windows... Maybe this is why all your cubicles are so bad!
As for the rest of it - well, you should be careful. If you determine as a result of this that you're going to have a good year, that's fine - a positive mental outlook (even if it's based on a scientific approach!) is a good thing, and may make you determined to live out the forecast. But what happens if it's not such a good forecast? And what happens if you take a year-on-year view and discover that they're *all* just good forecasts?
Like the cheerful dragon though - usually they just look fierce and a bit frightening.
are you kidding?! Windows is teh best operating system evar!
I don't think you read it quite right - cubicles with North-facing windows would be good...
As for Windows as OS - well it's fine as long as it's not W7, which IMHO sucks big time. Long live XP!
And, I should say that this isn't an attempt to divert comments away from the comic - it's my POV about W7 (although based entirely on experience) and nothing anybody says will alter it, so there isn't any point in posting comments about it.
Windows 7 and XP are the only versions of Windows I'm willing to use. My order from best to worst Windows: XP/7, 98, 95, 3.1, Me/2000....(DOS)..., Vista. (Dos in brackets because it's not Windows, it's just there as an indicator of just how _bad_ Vista is.
It's not a dragon! It's a lion!
Sorry, just a little pet peeve from a lion and dragon dancer >_<
In that case I stand corrected... thx.
This is actually called spaghetti forecasting in Meteorology. You take all of the model's forecast, lay them on top of one another. If the models are all in agreement, the pressure lines will line up together like ordered noodles. Where they don't agree, it looks very much like a plate full of spaghetti. It's used to create a most likely forecast scenario.
I'm going to have to go to Olive Garden today.
I wonder if you can put together a web generator or spreadsheet for this
hehe, both me (1976), my wife (1988), and our soon-to-be-born child (2012) are year of the dragon.
Actually every single cubicle has terrible Feng Shui, I checked.