The electronic crystal ball has shown me two words: "Douglas Ankara". I see a wedding. I see two cities. I see the Orient. I see Spain. The future becomes clear.

On March 28, 1920, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford married. Ten years later the names of Constantinople and Angora were changed to Istanbul and Ankara. Eight years later, Japan installed a puppet government in Nanking. The next year, Franco won the Spanish Civil War. This and much more about March 28, you can learn without a crystal ball.

I foresee that on March 28, 2008, Istanbul and Ankara will become sister cities. I foresee that on March 28, 2010, Franco American will introduce a canned spaghetti product with Spanish rice. In 2014, the Three Mile Island nuclear plant will be converted to a concert hall. The first production staged there will be The Sound of Music. In 2015, a bald soprano will travel to various earthquake stricken areas, performing for the victims.

Can this future be avoided? Yes, none of these things will happen on March 28 if we adopt a calendar in which the third month is not named March.