Syracuse Post Standard, January 28, 2005, Page 41

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January 28, 2005

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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 2005, Syracuse, New York Friday, January 28, 2005 THE POST-STANDARD PAGE E DOONESBURY n9 roseate MALLARD F1LLMORE THE BOONDOCKS i AW I RONICtP OUT Of SUWK BOMKR scnoa. so i FIGURES THAT THIS WAS THE NOT KST THING. WHAT MAK YOU WANT TO AN IRAQI poua omcsj? WtU, WtSKAUV I WAMTEP TO PiE _ FOXTROT WHAT'S ON THE MENU? AND VEGETABLE GRBLBLGS. HOW CONVENIENT THEY'RE THAT WE LEARNED CLEVER, ABOUT THOSE "ONOMATOPOEIA" TEACH- IN TODAY. ERS. LOOK AT THIS. ITS A PIGS-TV OfAWlLL HAVE A> CGVJ SHE" GETS- KOfAE ITS WOT THAT -MESS DAPPM. GRAND AVENUE R3R A. WALK WITH HIS CLASSIC PEANUTS FORTY-THREE, ANP NINE, AMP TWENTY- SIX. ANP THIRTEEN, ANP RFTV- SEVEN ...HMM.... MA'AM .WELL, I CAN SAY 15... THEY SURE ADP UP, DON'T THEY? MARVIN PO 6UYS ALWAVS TO Be ATTKACTEP TO BUONPS, MEA6AN? IT'S TriE ONLY CHANCE 1 V4AWE TO BE SMARTER THAN A f ONI MAV WBONS FOR BRAD, But PEOPLe CHAMSe. MOW MUCH MOD'S S60WN IN! THE PAST VEAK AND TONi SEEMS to CHANSINS, tCO. MAVBE 815 5CUt65 AMP FA5t CAC5. BRENDA STARR HOROSCOPE By Eugenia Last Universal Press Syndicate For Friday. Jan. 28 AMES (March 21-April Take a moment to ensure that you havent lost sight of your New Year's goals or resolutions. You have to stick to your game plan if you dont want your whole year to run amok. (April 20-May Now you have it. Do for yourself and you will do well. This is a great day to spend with a loved one or to get out and meet Mr. or Ms. Right Dont hold back; say what's on your mind. GEMINI (May 21-June Taking action too quickly will lead to disaster. Feel out every situation as it arises and put everything else on hold until you feel totally com- fortable with your decision. CANCER (June 21-Jury Look to friends and relatives for advice. Travel about if you must in order to get things done. Heading to places you havent been for some time will bring back inspirational LEU (July 23-Aug. I nere is plenty that you can finish off today in order to position yourself well for future advancement Follow your instincts and don't settle for less than what you feel you deserve. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept Calm down andlet others vibrate. Keep things in perspective if you want to stay in control. The more time you put into getting things you win make. LJBRA (Sept 23-OcL The time has corns to step out on the limb and do something for some- one who canlt do for him- or her- self. Your selfless actions will impress someone who can aiter your future. SCORPIO (Oct 23-Noy. Hold on and you will win in the end. Your position must not change, regardless of the circumstances you face. Help is on the way, and some- one you relied on in the past will come through. SAGrTTARtUS (Nov. 22-Dec. You may not want to be too open about your plans or your ideas. You will have to deal with someone who is obviously not on your side. CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan. Take what you want; you deserve it The more time spent on your own inventions, ideas or hobbies, the better you will do. Love and romance are in your corner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Someone may take you for granted if you are too influenced by compli- ments or insincere gestures of friendliness. Take a moment to size up the situation. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1 Ritzy 5 Hurtin' 9 Sound like a bird 14 Nice girlfriend? 15 Pouting grimace 16 Son of Osiris 17 Made known 18 One full of himself 20 Tote bags 22 Lock in dials 23 Lock maker 24 Minor spasm 25 Periodical, briefly 27 Hollow gift I succulents 36 Center 37 Kindle call 38 Compact Dodge 39 Rimy, impure 41 _ facto 42 Storytelling dance 43 Different 44 Inscrutable smiier 47 Part of CBS? 48 Affirmative 49 Fact fabricator 51 Rebukes 55 59 Forceless force B1 Cnlornn ceremony 62 Sphere of operation 63 Per _ (tor each day) 64 Bancroft or Baxter 65 Like a standoff 66 Inquires 67 My word! DOWN 1 Woodland way 2 Melville novel 3 Foolish bamyard squawker 4 Gabler of fiction 5 More spacious Potomac, MD 6 Lose heat 7 Buzzes 3 Informal assent 9 Place of worship 10 "Backdraft" prop 11 Gershwin and 12 Sly plan 13 Hoy rjunrhoral 19 Voices one's thoughts 21 Contingencies: abbr. 24 Landing strip 25 Frenzied 26 Firs! Hebrew letter 28 Happens 29 Thermal energy unit 30 Do not include 31 Fishy diversion? 32 Cobblers stockpile 33 Pitchers 35 Slaughter in Coopersiown Thursday's Puzzle Solved 39 Most diffident 43 Elevator man? 45 Freshwater polyps 46 Warning devices 50 Nimbi 51 Tiff 52 Custody 53 Aboveboard 54 Eye part 55 Sponsorship 56 Stink 57 Sicilian landmark 58 Potential plant 60 Luoino PISCES (Feb. 19-March Your focus should be on love, health and being the best you can be. Plan to have some fun with your lover or friends if you are single. Develop one of your many talents. Happy Birthday: This can be a very fruitful year if you pull all your ?ssets tooths" 3ncf attempt to follow through with your set goals. Your numbers are Readers can contact Eugenia Last Universal Press, Seventh fioor, 4520 Main St., Kansas City, MO 54111, her e-rnai! address is -GET-FUZZY HAWP CN THE Tcf... 5UDCY AMD N60 S'JffcScD P 9E FAClifc OFF NOW- V WTH THE TttESf, rw WOT we -1I1-T Ii TN THAT COUlP CALM A YANKEE ON LIKE THf PALM tAMA. i THIMK I WAS A. SHEER. NON-SEQUnUR of I CPBPoRtOE .V THE. Find Uie word in common by the three words in each puzzle. The three solution words will form a fourth puzzle. The numbers indicate each answer's length, and Fne tefls you its position. .EnzmpfcThe solution to ami Berlins is WalL r cotrrtsx- H r-0 FINAL ANSWER 9CHICKWEEDLANE PKAPPOINTEP WHEN A WOMftN ISN'T AU- TMOSE WOMEN F66U THEY HA.V6 TO Pg wves, UR6AT CMtSBCS YOU, MS. 5TARR. HAVE MAP6 WORSE FOB THRSATEMEC1 VNTHEN SHE ANPNOWA MAN WHO NO INTROPUCTION.' ON BRIDGE Discretion: When you're sure you're right about something and then you check with your spouse. In today's deal, South took the ace of spades and resignedly led a trump. East grabbed his ace, cashed the queen of spades and, knowing West had led the king from K-6 doubleton, South dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH O AKQ105 WEST lr hridoe column aooears here daily. Opening lead 2005 Tribune Media Services, Inc. with his lowest club no matter what he had in clubs, and East would lead a third spade. In the actual deal, West would signal with the jack of clubs, and East would lead another club to take the setting trick with West's king. 9 4 2 DAILY QUESTION o7 K Q 10 5 C Q 4. Dealer, at your left opens one heart. Your partner dou- bles, and the next player passes. What do you say? ANSWER: Your partner promises opening values or more with support for the unhid suits (or a strong hand with a long suit of his Bid 3NT. Though partner's hand will usually be short in hearts, this is your most likely game, especially East 1 since you'll know where most of the missing high cards tie. J ;

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