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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Consider how much more control you will have if you are in business for yourself. Work, money, and doing your own thing will bring you the satisfaction you are looking for. It’s time you put your ideas into play.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take part in an activity that includes the young, the old, and, most of all, the people you enjoy spending time with. You will learn a lot about yourself by interacting with people who are creative, outgoing, and knowledgeable.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You face a no-win situation. It will be impossible to pacify the people you live or work with if you give in to the demands being made. You will make progress if you stick to the rules and focus on what needs doing.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Ask your friends what they think of your current situation. Their advice will shine a light on what you must do to make things better. Times are changing, and the faster you get with the program and move forward, the better off you’ll be.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Expect to have to answer questions and deal with other people’s problems. By doing so with finesse and expertise, you will win the respect of your peers. The faster you act, the better. Someone will recognize your talent.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Time is money, and if you let your personal problems slow you down, you aren’t likely to make financial gains. Observe what others are doing before making a decision that could cause emotional setbacks.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Avoid trouble by staying out of the way and getting what’s expected of you finished. Someone in a superior position to you will look for a scapegoat. You aren’t likely to get a fair shake if you aren’t prepared to prove you have fulfilled your responsibilities.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Promote and present what you have to offer. You are bound to get some great suggestions and support from individuals with something to offer. Your expertise and creative abilities will spark all sorts of new possibilities.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You aren’t going to get your own way, regardless of what you do or say. Family talks will not help you resolve a problem. Back off, and allow everyone to follow her or his own path. Mixing business with pleasure will result in disappointment and a change of heart.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You can establish yourself by taking part in an industry or community event that brings you in contact with potential partners or employers. As long as you maintain control, you can turn whatever you are working on into a moneymaking venture.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Investments, winnings, loan returns, surrenders, and rebates are all a possibility. Legal matters, contracts, or a settlement can all be moved closer to an agreement. Do not let anyone take advantage of you.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Your lack of understanding will hurt a relationship. By being accommodating, you can end up with far more. Take the time and make the effort to find solutions and satisfy everyone’s needs.





Fascinating Facts (not left well-enough alone):

• Treasure Island, by R.L. Stevenson, was written on a lark. (It was a very mild-tempered lark.)

• Edgar Allen Poe invented the detective story. (Or did he?)

• Battleships are always named after states, cruisers after cities, and destroyers after naval heroes. (Garbage tugs are always named after politicians.)

• The 2nd Marquess of Ripon killed 556,000 game birds during his lifetime, finally dropping dead during a grouse hunt in 1923 after having bagged 52 birds that same morning. (Goodness, I haven’t bagged 52 birds in a single morning since spring break in St. Pete’s freshman year.)

• All snow crystals are hexagonal. (All meth crystals are … DUDE, GET THE CREAM CHEESE! MY FACE IS MELTING!)

• There are more than 50,000 earthquakes throughout the world each year. (Close sources tell me that more than half of those take place in my bed.)

• Louis XIV of France owned 413 beds. (His mattress forts were structures of legend.)

• Elizabeth I of England owned 3,000 gowns. (Her gown forts were structures of legend.)

• The famous 19th-century bullfighter Lagartijo killed 4,867 bulls. (It was a busy weekend.)

• Peter the Great of Russia was almost 7 feet tall. (So am I, if we’re rounding to the nearest 7th foot.)

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