Clearly, whoever it is that is in the business of expecting certain results, who finds invariably that whatever the results may be, the one thing they all have in common is that they are ‘unexpected”, should find another job.One where they might expect to be right at least more often than a broken clock. I can’t remember the last time I read a news story about “expected” results. One thing is for sure certain: that my expectation to win the lottery is more accurate more frequently that those who presumably are paid to know what to expect, yet are invariable wrong, nearly 100% of time. Goodness knows, if they were in the medical profession, insurance premiums would be pointless as the insurance company would have to pay all the time for every policy holder 100% of the time, as they would never get it right. Ever. All premiums would have to reflect 100% of the cost of every conceivable procedure in order for the insurance companies to stay in business.
What nonsense that we, the reading public, should ever take the press seriously on anything. Ever.
Now, was that really unexpected?
Weekly jobless claims unexpectedly leap 43K to 474K, highest since last summer - NYPOST.com