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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Page 10 — Herald-Zeitunc — Friday, March 25, 2011  COMICS  B.C.  WHNÊÈHÊÊÊÊÊÊÊtm  Garfield  You don't wanma eat /m I  I'M U^ADED WiTA MEÊClKf}  I JUSTM9T A HEAlTA-con«cious carnivore.  dW<PAVl6JW_  Born Loser   r Y0U CALL THIS 5TCMC PROPERLY COOKED 7  IT IS M£C>iUM RARE, JUST Ab YOU ORDERED,  Mutts_  ~| Maybe i don’t WANT To CHANGE. M/VÿBE I LIKE Sfr/ TO BE I Ì ¿¿^GRUMPy!  LÌ «¿f  Dilbert  LJE CAN LEARN FROM OUR MISTAKES. LET'S MAKE A LIST OF THE THINGS THAT EACH OF YOU DID LJRONG THIS  YEAR. % 4  k  0  ■7  niiTARli  /  IS IT JUST A COINCIDENCE THAT OUR ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REVIEWS ARE DUE NEXT WEEK?  IT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE STUFF OF MANAGEMENT LEGENDS.  VERY  NICE  TRY.  Peanuts  UWAT I THINK fLL 00 TODAY IS TAKE SOME MONEY OUT OF MY COLLEGE TRU5T FUNR AND 60 BUY A 006..  HOU) CAN ANYONE NOT WAVE A 006, A COLLEGE TRUST FUND AND GRAPE JELLY ?    ^  r^r  Dog Eat Doug  Prickly City  SMfte  SOMETIMES YOU MAKE ME CRAZY, WINSLOW/  YOUR CHILDISH ANTICS. YOUR UPSIDE-DOWN WORLDVIEW. AND DON'T OET ME STARTED ON YOUR POLITICS.  do you  WISH WE HAD NEVER MET,  NEVER.  For Better or Worse  The Wizard of Id  LINES,LINES,UNES !  I MUST NOT THLK IN CLASS, I lOILL BE ON TIME -. OH, O ' ^ bhoTheK  1 s   TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE  ACROSS  1 Amoebas have one 5 Movie pig 9 Fishing gear  13 Slugger Moises  14 Quiet times  15 Among  16 Var. topics  17 Pilot the shuttle  18 Its HQ is Houston  19 Copper “rust"  21 Sault — Marie  22 Tot ot whiskey  23 Out in — field 25 None  27 Rode at top speed 31 Musical rattle  35 — fixe  36 Familiar auth.  38 Type of blockade  39 Free of  40 Twig junctures  42 Novelist Levin  43 Copier setting  46 T ravel far and wide  47 Close violently  48 Napped leathers 50 Rapid-fire  52 Brood  54 Porpoise relative  55 Rock s Bon  58 Oil-drilling platform  60 Like a knight  64 Confirm  65 Slack-jawed  67 Fictional plantation  68 Dwindle  69 Defiant reply  70 Worse than bad  71 Lost traction  72 Gumbel or LeMond  73 Rev the engine  PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED  DOWN  1 Pitch a tent  2 Name in essays  3 Going around in circles  4 Kenny Rogers tune  5 Prickly husk  6 Linen vestments  7 Gridiron charge  8 High regard  9 Curious maiden  10 Bradley or Sharif  11 Actress Bonet  12 Imported cheese 14 Baker's item  (2 wds.)  20 “Recent" prefix 24 Male vocalist  26 Tried for office  27 Bikini sporters  28 Leave-taking  29 Mantel  3-25-11    ©    2011    United    Feature    Syndicate,    Inc.  30 Extinct birds  32 Town near Madrid  33 Gem weight  34 Texas tourist site  37 Groovy 41 Brighter  44 Complimented  45 Count Tolstoy 47 Disperse  49 Pounced 51 201,to Claudius  Alpine D€  55 Shark flick  56 Stadium shape  57 —, vidi, vici 59 Collapsed  61 Fluid rock  62 Guitarist Clapton  63 Cartoon chipmunk  66 Hat-room fixture     1    2    3     4       13                  16                  19                    27    28    29      35              39              43              48                55    56    57          64                  68                  71                       Want more puzzles?  Check out the "Just Right Crossword Puzzles" books at OulllDrlvsrBooks.com  Horoscope  mm  Friday, March 25,2011  Certain impediments and/or restrictions that have dogged your steps are likely to be alleviated in the next year. Recognize when they are gone, so you'll know when you are free to do what you want.  ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Although the weekend is upon you and a lot of fun things are in the making, keep your priorities in order, or some of your duties may keep you working longer than necessary.  TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Think twice about volunteering to manage a job for another, because even though your intentions are good, some unknown quantities could gum up the works.  GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — When negotiating a matter of significance, be as forthright as possible. If you think skirting the truth is a shrewd move, you are likely to end up tripping over your own feet.  CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Sticking to proven, tested methods is likely to be far more productive than experimenting with something new. Don't try to change the plan in the middle of the game.  LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Things aren’t likely to work out too well if you attempt to use your social contacts for personal gain. Trying to mix business and pleasure will hurt you greatly.  VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — If your financial advisers are doing their level best, don’t upset the applecart by thinking you can do better. Inexperience can lead to a great loss.  Know where to look for romance and you'll find it. The Astro-Graph Matchmaker instantly reveals which signs are romantically perfect for you. Mail $3 to Astro-Graph, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffc, OH 44092-0167.  Copyright 2011, Newspaper Enterprise Assn.  Rubes  LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Although your friends understand and accept your inquisitive nature, you can, at times, push them too far with some probing questions. Lay off, already!  SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Even though it might look like you're getting what you want, if your methods are inconsistent, things can change on a dime. Stay the course.  SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)  — It is best to not take for granted all those little things you do by rote. Complications that could  set you astray are breeding in unexpected places.  CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)  — Overanalyzing things can erroneously steer you into a negative frame of mind, making your life miserable. Try to keep balanced.  AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Do not put someone, even unintentionally, in a position where they have to do more for you than is reasonable. Keep things in proper perspective at all times.  PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Certain important objectives of yours might not be so vital to anybody else, so if you want any help from another, a little salesmanship is in order. Politeness will help.  “I hate to say I told him so, but I can't remember how many times I warned him about the dangers of zit popping."  Maimaduke  “He doesn’t love me as much as he loves my nachos."  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