I’d say it has an increased likelihood of rising tomorrow and I would tentatively depend on it but I wouldn’t be entirely shocked if it did not.

I’d say it has an increased likelihood of rising tomorrow and I would tentatively depend on it but I wouldn’t be entirely shocked if it did not.

I wouldn’t do that to be troublesome. It’s just how my brain works and I annoy myself being like that sometimes.
I’ll say “It’ll rise tomorrow” if somebody was nervous about it not rising tomorrow but I’d feel like I’m lying just a little while doing so.
I’m not but I’ll keep my eyes peeled. It’s a good explanation and it gets me about as far as I can get I think with that.
“Building a house on the firmest possible sand” as it were. Not that shifting is impossible but least possibly likely. Risk mitigation.
Cognitively, while not diagnosed, it’s possible being preterm born I may have a connectivity issue that makes me discount my priors or rather give too much credence to the details of the present to where it drowns out the priors.
Consequently, a constant state of surprise in a sense.

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