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ARIES (March 21-April 19): An unlikely partnership will bring about changes to the way you live. A change will do you good and must be incorporated quickly before the window of opportunity closes. Think fast, take action quickly, and don’t look back.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t race through everything, or you will fall short and face criticism. A job you are considering will not be as exciting as it sounds. Find out exactly what’s being offered, and get promises in writing. Don’t argue; be nice.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You’ll have some good suggestions, but don’t cross the line, or you will be blamed for meddling. Tables will turn quickly if your facts aren’t right. Instead, put more into your home and improving your standard of living.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Use your imagination, and you will come up with interesting ways to socialize, make new acquaintances, and find romantic settings that will enhance your life. A growing interest should not be ignored. Pursue what draws you with a passion.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Change your surroundings. Staying at home will result in conflict. Take time to think about a personal problem you face before you confront the situation. Time is on your side; it will help alleviate making a wrong assumption.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Head out in search of a little adventure. You need a change of scenery or mental and physical stimulation that will perk your interest and motivate you to get involved with something exciting and satisfying. Work to straighten out any emotional mix-ups.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Taking an emotional trip down memory lane will help you clear up pending issues that have been standing between you and a decision you need to make. Truth will be the deciding factor when it comes to personal relationships.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You may want to make some noteworthy alterations at home, but consider the cost involved. Consider innovative ways to get what you want for less. Your ingenuity will be impressive and result in raising your profile and your confidence.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): A proactive approach will get the job done no matter what it is you are trying to accomplish, but expect to experience some opposition and emotional mind games along the way. Don’t hesitate; make your voice heard, and put your plans into motion.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Someone with a hidden agenda will charm you. Don’t count on anything or anyone. It’s important to take control of any situation you face that can influence your reputation or status. Change isn’t the answer — consistency and fair play is.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Put more into your surroundings. What you do to feel more at home or comfortable will lift your spirits and help you put a greater distance between you and someone who has limited you in the past.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Check over paperwork that can make a difference in the way you do business or make investments. The choices you make regarding your health and financial well-being will bring about other opportunities to pursue something or someone that interests you.

Andrew R. Juhl, Professor of Letters:

• Dear Mediacom: If every time I call your company I get the message that there’s an “unusually high call volume,” THEN IT IS NOT UNUSUAL. It is very usual. And your service sucks.

• Dear Obnoxious Undergrad on the Bus: You think you have an iPod, but what you have is no longer an iPod. I am in the back of the bus, you are in the front of the bus, and yet I can hear every single beat of your Maroon Fivetastic playlist. This means you actually have a “wePod.” And we, the Bus, are appalled by our crappy music tastes.

• Dear Ticketmaster, Hotels.Com, and Other Such-Like Services: I would be much more likely to review a concert, a hotel, or pretty much any product if you simply gave me 5$ off my next use of your service instead of “being automatically entered” in a weekly drawing nobody ever really wins. Hell, you could even offset the cost by raising your prices another 5$. I’m an American. I’m gonna buy it.

• Dear My Cousin Vinny (the movie): My apologies. Watching you in 12-minutes segments, out of order, in an edited-for-television format over the last 20 years has not been the fairest way to enjoy you. Still, there’s no way in hell Marisa Tomei deserved that Oscar.

Andrew R. Juhl lettered in letter writing during pre-K.

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