This is a facepalm thing to me. Okay, so there are tons of date setters, many down to the exact day, but the current "high watch" dates are for sometime before 2021. And I follow the reasoning on this (80 years from Isreal's rebirth minus 7 for the Trib), but the part that's a head-scratcher to me is why people are setting that upper limit as 2021 rather that 2022? Note that I'm not saying these dates are correct or incorrect nor am I asking others for whether they have a favorite date (please don't make this post about date-setting). I'm just pointing out that EVERY TIME a major date comes, then goes, those who pushed the date go "oh, wait, we just entered the year, so we actually have this whole year to go before we've reached that upper limit..." You see where I'm going with this? Why does no one learn from past trends and give that extra year in the beginning? It just makes me roll my eyes. Am I the only one to notice this??