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2008 predictions

Happy new year to all of my friends and enemies too, do I have enemies? Gwaider happy new year! Bakkouz Happy new year! Blogospher happy new year!

I have couple of things to share with you today, I had a dream yesterday and I can tell you what will happen in 2008, yes yes, it was one of those dreams that you feel you were there for real and you wake up with little shock.



    Technology predictions
  1. Apple iPhone will be released in Canada

  2. Bill Gates will go home




    Sport predictions
  1. Al Faisali will eat more cups.

  2. Liverpool arena will be completed.

  3. Ghana will host the African Cup of Nations

  4. Super Bowl XLII will be held in Arizona

  5. Formula 1 in Australia

  6. US Golf

  7. Summer Olympics, China




    Political predictions
  1. Election in Georgia, Pakistan, Russia, France, Iran, China, Paraguay, UK and Dominican Republic

  2. Rick Hillier will go home





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