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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 4, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10 — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, May 4, 2011 COMICS B.C. 1 Gjmfmld r j ■< ¿.¿JE* ____ I *10» i mhn l rnn lt> _____ Born Loser CHAft/MO YOU*. TAIL, HUH f j UOOKt LIKE FUN,., MAYBE I ILL 6»fVF IT A TR-f. Nv , M ^ 1 Mutts HAVE YOU WATOCt> THE NEW GUV VCb" I WAVE MY EVES ON HI /A ! IN fWX£TlN6?NE'S SHOWING REAL INITIATIVE ANO CREATIVE THINKING 1 THOSE TRAITS WILL GET YOU FI REÎ> AkOUNb HERE ! Dilbert Peanuts ONCE AGAIN. OUR ONLY PROFITABLE LINE OF BUSINESS IS ’INTENTIONAL BILLING ERRORS." IT STARTED AS A SERIES OF HONEST IAISTAKES. NOLJ IT'S THE ONLY WAY WE CAN MAINTAIN OUR BONUSES. DO LJE R<SD IS HAVE TESTING ANYTHING SOME NEU BETTER ERRORS FOR IN THE OUR PENSION PIPELINE? ALGOR YTHhY - - - ........... YES, MA’AM, I HELPED MY SISTER WITH HER HOMEWORK WE GOT ALL THE ANSWERS WR0N6? HOW COULPTHAT BE? ANYWAY I PIP MY BEST.. I TRlEP TO HELP HER... 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MlÄHT I KNOWt DONVHRVe To Tell her everything TUST THOUGHT IT KEEPS HER FROM LEAVING-ERR PRINTS ON THE DALLPRPER The Wizard of Id TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Horoscope Rubes mmmmsmmrn ACROSS 1 Essay 6 Cough syrup meas. 10 Feng — 14 Loose-limbed 15 The younger Guthrie 16 Playwright Moss 17 Transparently clear 18 Pineapple island 19 Eye amorously 20 Disturbs the status quo (2 wds) 22 Ex-UN member 23 Curly cabbage 24 Que. neighbor 26 Oceanfront 30 Offbeat 34 Torch's crime 35 Feds (hyph.) 36 Mao —tung 37 Elvis swiveled them 38 Implore 40 Turpentine source 41 Here, to monsieur 42 Impulse 43 Harness-racing horse 44 Trench digger 46 Caucus 48 Glhangout 49 Water bird 50 Mighty steed 53 Insect dispatcher 59 Hit dead-center 60 Long, long time 61 Turn aside 62 1492 ship 63 Hopped the train 64 Wrestling venue 65 Opposed 66 Biathlon need 67 Carried off PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED DOWN 1 Date source 2 Water, in Tijuana 3 Make a selection 4 Journalist Ducommun 5 Washington NFLer 6 Nogales nosh 7 Defy 8 Slide sideways 9 Tainted 10 Hollers 11 Beldams 12 Web addresses 13 Roman highway 21 Roll of bills 25 Habit wearer 26 Sir, in Delhi 27 Susan Lucci vamp 28 Tomato jelly 29 Distress signal 30 “Pulp Fiction" name 31 New York city s H I T O N A P s N E f N E V E L E W I N T A t| A T T L E A T R U A R N R A T| ALT E S T N S E N D E S T E S ELLA O E A S Y OG L T TlH.Y.MlE 5-4-11 © 2011 United Feature Syndicate, Inc 32 Emmy-winning Ed 33 Cautious 35 “No fooling!” 38 Editors, often 39 Sz. choice 40 Ms. Dawber 42 Speech stumbles 43 “Little feet" sound 45 Genghis' grandson 46 Outlaw pursuers 47 Garden planting 49 Ms. Lauper 50 She taught in Siam 51 Wet weather 52 She Sweet" 54 Get a load of 55 O'Hara estate 56 Expedition 57 Coastal flyer 58 Meg of films 1 2 3 4 5 14 17 20 26 27 28 34 37 41 44 50 51 52 59 62 65 Want mora puzzles? 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LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Even though certain promises made to you sound sincere, you might not be able to depend upon a commitment if the person involved is a bit scatterbrained or unreliable. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22) — Even though you’re likely to be a capable manager of your resources, not everyone is. Someone with whom you’re affiliated might disappoint you with his or her lack of responsibility. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — This can be a productive day for you, provided you team up with someone who is equally responsible. Your industnousness will be dulled if your motivations differ considerably from a partner’s. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Do not make light of things that 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 S3 to Astro-Graph, P.O. Box 167, Widdiffe, OH 44092-0167. Copyright 2011, Newtpepet Enterprise Assn. you were supposed to take care of, but didn’t. 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