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Chasing the Guy from Lucky Charms....rob

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just one question: where the fuck is spring.........

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Will Astrology

horoscopes for week of April 3, 2003

 

Aries (March 21-April 19)

 

America's invasion of Iraq will unleash far-reaching consequences that profoundly affect every one of our personal lives. In the coming months, we'll encounter events that require us to revise our understandings about the very nature of reality. Our imaginations will have to be ingenious and our hearts alert in order to keep up with the exotic changes. To locate truth amidst relentless waves of propaganda, we'll have to be fiercely disciplined and tenderly hate-free. To avoid being infected by popular delusions, we'll have to cultivate compassionate lucidity, humble courage, and a determination to rouse beauty everywhere we go. You, Aries, are the logical choice to serve as a supreme role model for the approach I've just outlined.

 

 

 

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

 

The ancient Egyptian creator god Ptah was regarded as a miracle worker, though sometimes he used unconventional means to accomplish his amazing feats. For example, legend held that he defeated a legion of Assyrian marauders with an army of rats. Waiting till the enemy soldiers were asleep, Ptah sent the rats into their camp to gnaw through their bowstrings and shield handles, rendering them defenseless. Can you imagine a way in which you might draw inspiration from the Egyptian god's methods, Taurus? How could you win a great victory by summoning the help of an influence you usually regard as a pest?

 

 

 

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

 

Self-anointed "debunkers" rail against astrologers' predictions, acting as if speculating about the future was a crime against rational thought. Meanwhile, economists, meteorologists, sportscasters, trend analysts, and political pundits are out there regularly making bad prognostications based on dubious data. In my opinion, they spread more delusion and cost people more money than those of us who divine cosmic omens. For example, the National Weather Service's forecasts fail to anticipate more than half of all tornadoes and flash floods. But do debunkers denounce them as quacks? Never. Sorry for the rant, Gemini, but I have a prophetic point to make: Every single hypothesis about the future that you are aware of now and that you hear about in the next four weeks will be wrong -- except, of course, this one.

 

 

 

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

 

It's Freethinkers Week, a holiday created especially for you Cancerians. To celebrate this liberating grace period, indulge in any of the following festive acts: 1. Declare your independence from anyone to tries to tell you, either subliminally or directly, who you are or how you should live your life. 2. Declare your independence from your past, especially memories that oppress your sense of possibility and self-images that inhibit your urge to explore. 3. Declare your independence from peer pressure, groupthink, and conventional wisdom. 4. Declare your independence from your previous conceptions of freedom so that you'll be free to come to a completely fresh understanding of it.

 

 

Leo (July 23-August 22)

 

It's prime time for you to acquire a pair of lucky pants. How will you know they're lucky? Because they'll endow you with an intuitive sense of where to walk in order to have adventures that'll inspire you to see the big picture. It will also be a favorable week for you to rummage around in thrift stores until you find a pair of magic X-ray specs that'll give you the power to perceive the secret motives of everyone you gaze upon. Wait! There's one more piece of spooky good news. I predict you'll soon have a vivid dream in which you explore what's hidden below the tip of the iceberg.

 

 

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

 

I love it when I'm so energized and purified from riding my bike up Mt. Tamalpais that I experience a lightning bolt of realization about some crucial truth I've been hiding from myself. I love it when I'm walking through the city's trash-spattered concrete jungle and am suddenly blessed with the fresh smell of dirt from a renegade garden. I love it when the pathological decisions of bad leaders inspire my tribe to redouble its commitment to fight for outrageous peace, ingenious love, and wild understanding. What about you, Virgo? Where do you look for your breakthroughs and redemptions? It's time to be on high alert.

 

 

Libra (September 23-October 22)

 

Your idealism is one of your greatest assets, but it can also be a liability. Driven to seek beauty and harmony, you sometimes become blind to the messy truth. That's why I was so pleased to get the following oracle when I consulted the ancient Chinese book of divination, the I Ching, on your behalf: "It is only when you have the courage to face things exactly as they are, without any self-deception or illusion, that a light will develop out of events by which the path to success may be recognized." I interpret this to mean that you are about to temporarily suspend your idealism in order to see the messy truth, which will in turn lead you to an opportunity to practice your idealism on a higher level.

 

 

 

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

 

In their book An Incomplete Education, Judy Jones and William Wilson list the favorite colors of famous poets. T.S. Eliot loved eggplant, sable, and mustard. Wallace Stevens preferred vermilion, chartreuse, and wine, while Ezra Pound liked ivory and jade. In light of current astrological omens, which are nudging you in the direction of greater subtlety and precision, I urge you to draw inspiration from these poets' lyrical tastes. Refine your definitions of your favorite everything, Scorpio: colors, smells, feelings, tastes, physical sensations, tones of voice, types of wind, qualities of light -- everything.

 

 

 

Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)

 

During a 15-month-long period in 1888 and 1889, Vincent van Gogh churned out more than 200 works of art. In one ten-week stretch he produced an average of a picture a day. I predict that you will soon slip into a comparable phase, Sagittarius. Original ideas will come surging up into your awareness with such relentless exuberance that you'll be hard-pressed to catch them all. Quick: Decide where you want to channel all that prolific creativity; don't let it leak out wastefully.

 

 

 

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

 

Prize-winning gardener R.J. Harris has no interest in astrology or New Age notions. And yet, like generations of his family before him, he carefully monitors lunar cycles. Practical observation, not superstition or philosophy, has proved to him that certain parts of the cultivation process go best when done during certain phases of the moon. In his book, R.J. Harris's Moon Gardening, he suggests sowing the seeds of below-ground crops right after the new moon. (Like now, for instance.) In the early days of the second quarter, he advises, plant seedlings and above-ground crops. (April 9-12.) At the outset of the fourth quarter (April 23), add fertilizer to the soil. Prune later in the fourth quarter. (April 28-30.) I happen to believe, Capricorn, that these same principles apply to your own growth.

 

 

 

Aquarius (January 20- February 18)

 

I've been following the progress of a patch of ground a mile from where I live. A year ago it was a grubby gully, a no-man's land between two suburban McMansions. A ruined shack, long abandoned, stood at the bottom, imprisoned by thick underbrush. Six months ago, bulldozers arrived to clear away the thickets and raze the rotting wood structure. Three months ago, another crew arrived to contour the land and create a level spot for construction. Metaphorically speaking, Aquarius, that's where you are in your life right now. Your next step is to do the equivalent of what happened this past week, when the foundation was poured for a new home on the land that was once a grubby gully.

 

 

 

Pisces (February 19-March 20)

 

In accordance with astrological omens, I have selected two words that convey the role you're best suited for in the coming week. The first is the Yiddish term tummler, derived from tumlen, to make a racket. A tummler stirs up a commotion, makes things happen, and incites people to action through his or her affectionate agitation. Clowning and pranks may be part of a tummler's repertoire. Your second word of power, Pisces, is the Iroquoian ondinnonk. It has two related meanings: 1. a secret wish of the soul; 2. the angelic part of our nature that longs to do good deeds. Now here's the punch line of your oracle: Let your ondinnonk guide you as you carry out your mission as a tummler.

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Re: chasing the guy from luck charms....rob

 

Originally posted by mental invalid

just one question: where the fuck is spring.........

 

 

i think i fell on it last night...

 

 

Declare your independence from your past

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I happen to like grubby gullies.

 

 

Aries: (March 21—April 19)

You've been feeling bad about wasting your life, but there's really nothing useful you could have done with it, anyway.

 

Taurus: (April. 20—May 20)

The inexplicable rain that always pours from underneath your umbrella will finally stop, moments before your derby hat catches fire.

 

Gemini: (May 21—June 21)

You know those guys in Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert? The stars think those guys must be, like, gay.

 

Cancer: (June 22—July 22)

Your weekly visit to the cemetery goes bad when you tell your problems to your mom's grave just as the sarcastic zombies begin to rise.

 

Leo: (July 23—Aug. 22)

The search for meaning in life is a worthy pursuit, but the search for meaning in your particular life is a real waste of time.

 

Virgo: (Aug. 23—Sept. 22)

It turns out Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, who classified the clouds, named the cold, fat, puffy little damp ones after you.

Libra: (Sept. 23—Oct. 23)

The engineering principles behind the suspension bridge make it possible for you to plummet from a great height into extremely deep water this week.

 

Scorpio: (Oct. 24—Nov. 21)

You will continue to honor the great American democratic tradition of blindly trusting and obeying those you deem superior to yourself.

 

Sagittarius: (Nov. 22—Dec. 21)

True to your mediocre nature, you will soon be confronted with a difficult choice between the Homely Lady and the Passive, Undersized Tiger.

 

Capricorn: (Dec. 22—Jan. 19)

For the last time, that's not "ball lightning." It's a form of static electricity unique to your unusually hirsute groin.

 

Aquarius: (Jan. 20—Feb. 18)

Your new pheromone-based scent will make you irresistible to women, who will devour you, bones, hair, and all.

 

Pisces: (Feb. 19—March 20)

You're starting to think that if men had been meant to swim through solid rock as if it were water, they would have been born with fulminating lava ducts.

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Guest imported_Tesseract

..believe it or not, the packie is done..whoa

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I bet a bunch of that creativity is going to be wasted.. :o

 

 

 

 

 

Let's hope not, though!

 

Yeah, if spring finally get's here, maybe you can wander down yonder or I can travel up north... ya know?

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Guest imported_Tesseract

he did, he really did...with 1000 apologies and homemade covers for all cd's...:dazed:

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Guest imported_Tesseract

dude..you were SO suposed to only comment the second part of the phrase:dazed:

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okay, okay...lemme try again....

 

 

 

 

apologies.......not needed at all dood......seriously, saule goode

 

 

AND HOLY SHIT...........HOMEMADE COVERS ON ALL THE CDS!!! YOUR LIKE THE MUTHA FUCKING VIRGIN MARY DUNNY!!!

 

 

hahahaha.....ya know i cant wait bro...i was thinking during lunch about how they are gonna look...hahaha....shit if i had done that, it woulda taken me like 6 months.....plus you were on your death bed.....

 

you got any spare bookmarks....;)

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thats the spirit amigo!

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Originally posted by mental invalid

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

 

In their book An Incomplete Education, Judy Jones and William Wilson list the favorite colors of famous poets. T.S. Eliot loved eggplant, sable, and mustard. Wallace Stevens preferred vermilion, chartreuse, and wine, while Ezra Pound liked ivory and jade. In light of current astrological omens, which are nudging you in the direction of greater subtlety and precision, I urge you to draw inspiration from these poets' lyrical tastes. Refine your definitions of your favorite everything, Scorpio: colors, smells, feelings, tastes, physical sensations, tones of voice, types of wind, qualities of light -- everything.

 

jeez... that's alot of work...

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