Not the Year of the Rabbit, squire.There are some big differences. See the Hodja and the Hare.
Well, we’re only a week from the official end of the Year of the Hare, which began on February 14, 2011. The Year of the Dragon starts on January 23, 2012.
For those interested in looking back, the Hare has lived up to its promise of vast changes at great speed, demonstrating the characteristic Power, Beauty, Danger predicted for it, if you think back to February.
For those interested in looking forward, here is Philip Giraldi, an ex CIA analyst, on the coming war with Iran, if current hostilities are carried through.
Meanwhile, ‘A December news release from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control warned of the dangers of Campylobacter jejuni bacteria infections on a sheep ranch, but apparently only among workers who used an old-style (19th century) method of castrating the animals. CDC strongly urged that workers stop biting off the sheep's genitals and instead use modern tools. [Wall Street Journal, 12-8-2011]’