I humbly submit my predictions for 2023, a list of bizarre things that could happen next year. Or not. Being wrong might as well be fun.
Author: Eric F. Frazier
The Future is Spelled Autocorrectocracy
Imagine what gaining command of autocorrect algorithms could mean for zealots who want to control what others see, think and write: an autocorrectocracy.
Got Paper Maps? Putin Could Attack Our GPS
Sanctions are an asymmetric attack that Putin cannot directly counter. Economic pain could drive him toward asymmetric attacks the U.S. and NATO cannot counter — using anti-satellite missiles to attack our GPS satellites.
When the TV Streaming Wars Came for Us
One recent Saturday, my wife and I awoke to learn that we were casualties of the TV streaming wars. Giant corporations had decided our fate.
July 4 Seeks Damages for January 6 Attack
WASHINGTON (Spoof News) – In an announcement apparently timed for America’s birthday, July 4 confirmed that it is seeking restitution from January 6 for damages associated with the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Half-Staff Nation: The United States of Slaughter
Should President Biden just go ahead and order all U.S. flags to be flown at half-staff until further notice?
Constitutional Law Pop Quiz
Should a majority of the class skip or flunk the final exam, this course may not be offered again in the future.
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Trust Scientific Consensus (and Say a Little Prayer)
Scientific consensus is not infallible, but it’s the best approach we have to face life’s material uncertainties
When is Interdependence Day?
After celebrating the 244th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, might Americans find time to acknowledge our interdependence with other nations, nature and each other?