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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Ask questions if you are confused about what’s expected of you. Your contribution will determine how much you will get back and how far you can advance. Don’t divulge secret information.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Get in touch with people you have worked with or know from a long time ago, and you will get the information, help, or suggestions you need to move forward. Taking action and making things happen will ease your stress.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Before you share your good ideas, make sure you aren’t giving away too much information. Someone you least expect will try to take credit for something that you say or do. This is not the best time for love or personal gains.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Change is upon you, and it can bring about some interesting new contacts and a chance to take part in something that will enhance you mentally, physically, or financially. Use your imagination, and you will entice others to help you.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Plan a trip, or sign up for a course that will change your outlook, lifestyle, or routine. A money deal will attract you, but do your homework before you get involved. Someone is likely to paint an inaccurate picture.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You need to enjoy the moment and forget about any of life’s trials and tribulations. Socializing or just spending more time with the person you love most will help to ease your stress. A partnership will take a favorable turn.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Don’t try to cover anything up. The more up-front you are, the sooner you can get on with personal and professional business. A creative outlet will inspire and motivate you in other areas of your life.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Take control. Stick to your bottom line. Don’t go over budget. Keep things simple and manageable, and you will impress onlookers and entice others to join or help you out. Love and romance are in the stars.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Friends, neighbors, or relatives will be difficult to handle. Make sure you have lived up to your promises. Inconsistent behavior will hurt your reputation and give others the chance to take over. Don’t let a personal problem affect your productivity at work.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Take an old idea, and turn it into something new and usable. Reaching out to people from your past will help you understand situations that you’ve been questioning for some time. Clear up unfinished business before starting something new.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You can put your money to better use if you invest in a project or educational pursuit. Get involved in a cause you believe in, and you will have the opportunity to form an alliance with someone who will complement what you have to offer.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Take care of your responsibilities, and you will avoid getting into trouble with friends and family. You can improve your environment once you recognize what you need in your life to feel greater satisfaction.





Amazing, but true (but not):

• One of every six Americans is actually Canadian (and unaware of it).

• 88 percent of chicken nuggets are made from ostriches.

• Milton’s Paradise Lost started out as a recipe for oatmeal cookies and just kind of snowballed.

• More Popes have been born in Idaho than all other states combined.

• Given the choice, zombies prefer canine brains over feline brains by a 9-to-1 margin.

• To date, no academic has successfully defended the need for nouns in an advanced spoken language.

• An infinitesimally small fraction of the time, a six-sided die will roll a 7.

• The average American male falls in the 43rd percentile.

• Despite their common use as synonyms, the words “supper” and “dinner” are not related. “Dinner” was adopted. But don’t tell her — she doesn’t know yet.

• The game of basketball as we know it today is drastically different from how the sport was first conceived. The first basketball was filled with a gelatin-like substance, didn’t bounce, weighed 45 pounds, and was rolled along the ground toward a series of 10 “pins”.

• There’s enough water in the Atlantic Ocean to stretch around the world 32 times.

• “Pleading the Fifth” is the world’s most-used euphemism for sneaking out of work early on a Friday to go parasailing.

• The Wuzuhilla, an aboriginal South African tribe, consists of 400 people, no two of which have the same birthday. Scientists are dumbfounded.

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