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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Actions within reason will bring suitable results. Avoid anyone trying to pressure you into spending or indulging in something you don't want to pursue. Disperse anger by putting more energy into getting stellar professional results.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don't wait for someone else to make a move. Watch how others respond and make your choices based on popular demand. A partnership can be advantageous if you spell out what you want and what you are willing to offer.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Don't allow a personal involvement cause you to make a poor choice. An older colleague or friend may cause problems or added responsibilities if there is a misunderstanding due to technological devices.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): You are in control and should be moving forward with your plans with enthusiasm. Socializing and networking will lead to new acquaintances and business prospects. Love is on the rise, and spending quality time with someone will pay off.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Someone will hold you back or try to control you. Make sure you have your plans thought out and ready to initiate. A problem with a child, lover or older family member will lead to added responsibilities. Make changes that ensure your safety.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Information will be key to getting what you want and when. Discussing plans with family, friends or people in your community will help pave the way to turning a dream into a reality. Love is on the rise, and socializing will bring you joy.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Big ideas are fine if they are reasonable. Do your fact-finding before you instigate something you may not be able to finish. Baby steps will help you reach a destination that is doable and can lead you to bigger and better opportunities.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): A last-minute alteration must not ruin your plans. Juggle whatever is required to finish what you start. Taking hold of a situation will allow you the freedom to do as you please. Hide your emotions and you'll gain respect and support.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Problems with authority will set in if you don't honor rules and regulations. Caution while traveling will be necessary to avoid underhanded or unorthodox procedures being used to dominate a situation. Stick close to home.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Timing will be the key to your success. Watch what everyone else is doing and you will instinctively know when to make your move. A deal in the making will bend in your favor if you are patient, authoritative and show self-confidence.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Not everyone will be looking out for your best interests. Let your intuition and innovative ideas guide you in a direction that will help you build a strong base that allows you to utilize your strengths. Adaptability and diversity equal success.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Keep things simple, to the point and within your budget. You'll come up with a plan that will help you please the ones you love. A positive turn of events will get you back on track financially, physically and emotionally.



Finals Prep:

• History: Briefly describe the events preceding and following the Civil War, beginning with Great Flood and ending with the successful American-led invasion of Gygax 9. Relate all events to distinct personal anecdotes. Hokeyness will be penalized, as will any other reference to Va. Tech.

· Biology Practicum: Genetically engineer and housebreak a gryphon. You have three hours. (NOTE: Gryphon does not need to be of mythic proportions; anything larger than a standard poodle will do.)

· Political Science: Provide nine methods for subverting the separation of powers in a trifurcated president-led democracy. Use examples of successful past attempts by local, state, federal, and student government, as well as how they would be perceived by the reanimated corpse of a disinterred Woodrow Wilson.

· Fine Arts: Find, procure (through barter or purchase), and smoke some weed. You have six minutes.

· Combinatory Math: Nathan has three lilac shirts, four mauve shirts, and five lavender shirts. By wearing no color more than two days in a row, how long can Nathan remain closeted to his father?

· Algebra: Let X represent Johnny Depp and Y represent Hugh Jackman. Write a scenario wherein (X + Y) = (Sex on a boat).

· Calculus: Let Y = X4 + X7 + 47. Now, you could solve the problem for X, but what the hell has X ever done for you?

· Physics: Provide the correct date and time of Armageddon. Show your work. (HINT: remember that 2032 is a leap year.)

— Andrew R. Juhl thanks his overeducated friends for help with today’s Ledge.






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