My guess is, now, that this gentleman was simply on the wrong end of a coin toss in Hollywood.
So I guess his own campaign forgot to text him the talking points.
I guess he wanted to prove how patriotic he had been while serving his country.
I guess God wants my dad to spend the rest of his life being alone.
But now Schmidt is the one running a monopoly, and guess what?
I guess I could do it and get away with it as well as the average.
I guess, after our talk this afternoon, you think you're doing what's best for the valley.
guess no man has a right to give up his life without a kick.
But how did you ever guess the purpose for which it was intended or the method of opening it?
"I guess it's about time I made myself scarce," he muttered.
c.1300, gessen "to estimate, appraise," originally "take aim," probably from Scandinavian (cf. Middle Danish gitse, getze "to guess," Old Norse geta "guess, get"), possibly influenced by Middle Dutch gessen, Middle Low German gissen "to guess," all from Proto-Germanic *getiskanan "to get" (see get). Sense evolution is from "to get," to "to take aim at," to "to estimate." Meaning "to hit upon the right answer" is from 1540s. U.S. sense of "calculate, recon" is true to the oldest English meaning. Spelling with gu- is late 16c., sometimes attributed to Caxton and his early experience as a printer in Bruges. Related: Guessed; guessing. Guessing game attested from 1650s.
c.1300, from guess (v.). Verbal shrug phrase your guess is as good as mine attested from 1902.