Pig in the Year of the Goat
Now the year of the Goat offering a lovely time for the Pigs. In fact the Pigs and Goats are some traditional soul mates as both stand for a relaxed and fun orientated attitude.
For sure the Pigs will enjoy the artistic and creative vibe of the Goat year and they are likely to have a good time in 2015.That was the first general outlook.
in the limelight
AOL founder Tim Armstrong is delighted about his $59m bonus.
NBC anchor Brian Williams has got caught with some lies and a faked coverage from Iraq.
Chinese Horoscope for Pigs in the 2015 Goat Year
Back in the last year of the Goat in 2003 the Pigs had stepped on tremendous opportunities.
Arnold Schwarzenegger took over California and Vitali Klitschko had almost started his 12 years reign of world boxing when an only very close win had encouraged Snake Lennox Lewis to retire from boxing.
Certainly the spirit of the Goat year is a very inspiring one for the Pigs as they will be offered a lot of sunshine, fun and chances for progress.
Goats and Pigs are natural soul mates and also as couples they usually are bound to have greatest fun and pleasure.
That's why the year of the Goat is one of the best for the Pigs and why they won't have to wait long until the more positive and soothing vibe will start to hit them in February.
Be wise and enjoy!
German defender Philipp Lahm won the title while Robin van Persie & Arjen Robben did demolish former Champion Spain at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil with 4:1.
With only three wins the Pig managers had not impressed while the players had looked good with 16 goals, though Brazilian Fred, who had only caught attention after his faked foul in the opening match.
... the Life of a Pig ... Cool and lucky
Pigs are the true champions in quick anticipation, fast learning and also relaxation, what does qualify them even for relationships with Tigers.
"Hài" is the Chinese word for Pig and they are believed to be honest what is "zhu".
So no surprise, that Eric Snowden, Julian Asssange and Vitali Klitschko weren't afraid to put their livelyhoods at risk in order to stand up for what they believe to be the right thing.
Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mario Draghi, Vitali Klitschko, Lance Armstrong, Franck Ribéry, Philipp Lahm, Dante, Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben, Mila Kunis, Agyness Deyn, Amy Winehouse, Snoop Pigg, Elton John, Sacha Baron Cohen, Alec Baldwin, Kevin Spacey, Rachel Weisz, Lupita Nyong'o, David Letterman, Hillary Clinton, Dilma Rousseff, Kevin Rudd, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, Laura Dekker, Markus Lupfer, Tim Armstrong ...