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January 31, 2014

More than a feeling

Filed under: Wimminz — wimminz @ 11:33 pm




I dunno, what can I say, just got that feeling, like something unexpected*** is heading this way… some little cue or trigger I haven’t consciously noted… the pregnant pause while waiting for something to happen…. dunno what, but it feels like something will.

Wimminz I know, all acting more peculiar than usual, significantly some in some cases.

It’s a bit like that just given up smoking feeling, in the space between realising you want a smoke, and not wanting a smoke, there is a period where you feel something ain’t quite what it should be, but you can’t quite put your finger on it.

Speed limit here is 70, normally I’m pushing the high side of 85+, well into keep your eyes peeled or the bastards will stop you territory… last few days I find myself pegging it at 75 and leaving a bigger gap.

I just generally seem to be acting more cautious than usual, shrugs, who knows, there is certainly no downside to being more on the angel side of fools rush in where angels fear to tread for a while.


*** unexpected as it may well be obvious in the rear view mirror, but from here I have no idea at all.


  1. Yeppers.
    As far as “men staring at goats” go his OP seems pretty professional.

    Comment by hans — February 1, 2014 @ 9:45 am

  2. Financial markets are starting to break up, even in the midst of unprecedented quantitative easing. China has been threatening modest defaults on loan instruments, and the Fed in the US is beginning to taper it’s QE program, which dries up credit for emerging market currencies, driving up interest rates and forcing some to sell off. This could be the breakup that many (especially those following Zerohedge) have been waiting for ever since 2009.

    Not that any of your wimminz will comprehend what that means, but perhaps this has already happened at a street level. I believe that commercial real estate interest rates are going up, and this has been driving up leasing costs, forcing a lot of restaurants to seriously cut down their quality trying to drive down their overall costs. I’m also seeing a lot less foot traffic in shopping areas. Women are often the ones working make-work jobs like retail, service, and HR. Perhaps the lack of customers and lack of job demand are the change in windspeed that the wimminz are picking up. The gears of commerce are grinding to a halt, if they haven’t already seized. Not sure if this is also happening in your high streets.

    Comment by freeman — February 1, 2014 @ 7:17 pm

    • yes, fewer people about, and those about are carrying less bags…. staff outnumber customers in many shops.

      Comment by wimminz — February 1, 2014 @ 7:19 pm

  3. fast forward to about 3 minutes in. ~1200 BC there was a major collapse of all world powers. it’s happened before, it can happen again…

    Comment by freeman — February 1, 2014 @ 11:03 pm

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