Thursday, March 22, 2007


Our Star Warrior seems to have had some inner conflict this week... the first item is from the print edition, the second from the online version... I always get something out of a trip to VT...

ARIES (March 21-April 19):

Hundreds of years ago, the Native American tribe known as the Seneca had a rule of thumb about when to sow corn seed. You had to wait until the weather was warm enough to lie naked in the dirt without discomfort.

I believe a similar principle applies to your plans to start a certain new enterprise, Aries. Hold off on the launch until you're able to take off all your clothes in a natural setting and stretch out on the ground without shivering.

So I can't make any plans involving the SF according to him, at least not until June. I think I might be dead by then, if I really took this advice to heart. I don't think I can do it...

That somehow morphed into this on its way off the page:

Recently uncovered evidence seems to confirm the argument that Christopher Columbus was a cruel, stupid tyrant who paved the way for the genocide of Native Americans. But that’s not the part of his story I want to bring to your attention right now, Aries. Rather, I’d like you to meditate on the wisdom of a bumper sticker I saw:

Columbus did not know where he was going. When he got back, he didn’t know where he had been. But he had a great adventure. And he did it all on borrowed money. There’s hope for all of us.”

Given your current astrological omens, there’s substantial hope for you to pull off a feat comparable to the one the bumper sticker describes.

So I can set my cap for the old SF, and not fear that I'm digging my own grave, which after all, also involves lying down in the dirt, even "without discomfort."


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