Monthly Archives: February 2012

Super Tuesday, Super Astrological Fun

Both Tuesday and March are ruled by Mars, the god of war. In Spanish, Tuesday is “Martes” and March is “Marzo.” If you thought Super Tuesday was some democratic fiesta, you would be mistaken. March Super Tuesday has “war” written … Continue reading

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Two Broke Girls – More Astrological Opposites

In the literary and cinematic tradition of pitting opposites against each other, Two Broke Girls, the new TV series, pits poor, working class Max against previously-rich and previously-pampered Caroline. Caroline’s father has been imprisoned for financial fraud and the family … Continue reading

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Jeb Bush, Concerned

I’m writing a blog that I will regret severely if I ever run for President as Democrat candidate. I’ll just go ahead and spit it out now – I feel some sympathy for George W. Bush. Washington Post online has … Continue reading

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What Sign of the Zodiac is Siri?

Siri, the iPhone 4S’s “intelligent personal assistant” was, according to Wikipedia, released on August 9, 2011. Siri then became part of the iPhone 4S operating system which was released on October 4, 2011. Siri Siri is a Leo. Leo is … Continue reading

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Republican Debate Prep Sheet-February 22

When my tuxedo cat Lacy was planning our schedule this week, she asked what we were going to do besides look out the front window at birds, look out the back window at squirrels and sleep. “On Wednesday,” I answered, … Continue reading

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Google: Secret Police or Librarian Gone Mad?

When I was very young, I wondered what it would be like to know “everything.” At that same tender age I thought about eternity and found the thought terrifying. Eternity isn’t something that can truly be grasped at the level … Continue reading

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Five Career Options for Mitt Romney

At the beginning of this Republican presidential candidate contest, the press had me convinced that Mitt Romney was the inevitable candidate, mostly because of his massive coffer. It’s disturbing, of course, to hear that one just needs a mountain of … Continue reading

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The Republican Primaries Enter the Age of Pisces

The hippies tripping out on acid in Golden Gate Park in the late 1960s was the supposed ushering in of the Age of Aquarius. Tripping out in public is more a Pisces than an Aquarius thing to do. Pisces is … Continue reading

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American Dualism: Coca-Cola and Pepsi

Americans love to split the universe in half and take sides – Republican and Democrat, pro-choice and pro-life, Coca Cola and Pepsi. I laugh whenever I hear politicians talk about the free market. I think the free market led to … Continue reading

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Ohio Political Fight Club: Sherrod Brown and Josh Mandel

Focusing so closely on the Republican presidential candidates, I forgot there is a Fight Club right here in Ohio. The Ohio senate seat will be up for grabs in November. The contenders are Democrat incumbent Sherrod Brown and Republican Josh … Continue reading

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