It’s usually good form to wait until the set time elapses for a wager, but today Peachy is calling time a little bit early early, because the game has really been won from Timmo. End of summer means that Timmo has no real chance of claiming the prize.
Perusers of Peachy Posts may remember that at the height of the mighty stupid drought panic in the summer of 2019, weird worry warts wailed about water running out. Peachy tried to reassure the worry warts by predicting that water would not run out. True to form, the MBBoys (Timmo, this time), were quick to poo-poo Peachy’s predictions.
Timmo’s claim, 14 months ago was that New South Wales would run out of water in 15 months; 24 for Sydney:
Peachy was quick to correct Timmo’s confusion, but, as usual, was doubted by the MB fanboys:
What’s that them wise men say? About leading a horse to water, that is….? Ahahahaha.
…..well, 14 months on let’s see how this Peachy Prediction has fared:
Looks alright to me!
Now, for some more fun, we again take the opportunity of putting the Macrobusiness contrarian indicator (i.e. negative-prediction) quality to the test.
Here is how the water situation evolved in NSW from the time the Macrobusiness doom verdict was entered:
Wow, could the quality of the MB contrarian indicator be any more spectacular?! To pick the time at which a 3-year downtrend breaks and goes VERTICAL is really something!
Current levels are over 90% and with the wet season coming in Timmo has no chance of claiming the prize. Better luck next time! Or better yet – take heed of Peachy Predictions!