Monthly Archives: June 2013

How much is your zodiac sign worth in US dollars?

While getting a $100 bill recently, the banker was looking for a crisp, new bill. While I didn’t want a crumpled bill, I commented to the worried banker that Ben Franklin looks good even when a little wrinkled. That made … Continue reading

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Five Career Options for Kevin Rudd

Australia has a new Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd. According to the BBC story, he “ousted Prime Minister Julia Gillard as leader of Australia’s Labor Party.” This ousting occurred yesterday just as Jupiter entered Cancer. Jupiter in Cancer is a return … Continue reading

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Edward Snowden’s Next Twelve Years

Edward Snowden, the NSA surveillance program whistle blower, turned 30 a couple days ago (on June 21). You know what 30 means astrological buddies, right? At the age of 28 we have what’s called a “Saturn return.” Saturn’s cycle around … Continue reading

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Happy Watergate Break-In Day

On June 17, 1972, five men were arrested after breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate complex (fancy, by the way) in Washington, DC. A little over two years later (a Saturn cycle, by the way), then … Continue reading

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June 8: What Will Blow in This Year?

According to the July/August 2013 issue of Archaeology Magazine, the Viking Age began on June 8, 793. “According to historians, the Viking Age began on June 8, A.D. 793, at an island monastery off the coast of northern England. A … Continue reading

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Mars in Gemini: Chopped or Shredded?

Many years ago while grocery shopping with a Gemini college roommate I lost sight of her as I finished picking my items. I discovered her standing in an aisle staring at two bags of coconut. She was deciding which to … Continue reading

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Gordon Gee’s Other Side

Gordon Gee, president of Ohio State University, recently offended a bunch of folks through what he claims were attempts at humor. Columnist Dan Wetzel writes of Gee: “The man craves attention and through the years has proven he’ll pretty much … Continue reading

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