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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Page 8 — Herald-Zeìtung — Thursday, May 19, 2011  COMICS  B.C.  Born Loser  LtAGUC &A6C&KU. ^ ^ANb VJWT IS THAT ? PLAYCRÒ SURE. NIL LUCICY TULÏ GC.T TO PIM WiLÜCOM  afternoon (A^es!  because, they're, allowed to  TAKLTHETlfAtOFF FROfA THEIR REAL J05S TO PLAY BASEBALL.'  Dilbert  THE PRINTER PROWLER SPOTS I ACTIVITY, f  Tk  >X\  fr| >;  if" " :n r \  J IT'S TIfAE TO SEE WHAT THE PINIONS \ ARE WORKING ON G  Peanuts  Dog Eat Doug     5EE7THERE SHE 15, CHARLIE BROWN,.  ......7V\T    THERE'S THE LITTLE REP-HAIREP GIRL JUST WAITING FOR YOU TO ASK HER  DAHCE...^y    I WISH I WERE SOPHISTICATE? LIKE GUYS YOU REAP ABOUT IN 5T0RIÉ5..    HERE 5 THE SCOTT FIT26ERALP HERO  s  STANDING BY THE PUNCH J BOU)L*TRYINGTOLOOK 1 CASUAL AND UNINTERESTED f . 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Inc.  52 Frisbees, to Livy  53 Paraphernalia  54 He overthrew Galba  55 Clunk  56 Flashy sign  57 Salon products  59 Hollow  60 Vex  61 Premed class  62 Kickback         7"""l    8    9    ■    To"    11    —    13      15                I    16                  18                I    19                  21                22                ■              25                     .    Want more puzzles?  Check out the "Just Right Crossword Puzzles” books  __ a* QulllDrlverBooks.com  trnKwmmmmmmKmm Thursday, May 19,2011  Your success in the year ahead will be predicated upon the foundations you lay. If what you do is solid and strong, the results will be as well. If you are wishy-washy in your efforts, your life could quickly spin out of control.  TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — When involved in an endeavor in which you’re playing only an insignificant role, keep your opinions to yourself. Listen to what is being said, but don’t comment on things.  GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Don’t use a social gathering as an opportunity to try to sell some kind of business deal to a fellow attendee. Not only will it be an exercise in futility, it will make you extremely unpopular.  CANCER (June 21-July 22) — You’re apt to find that you’ll have far more success sticking to traditional methods or procedures than trying something new. It’s simply not a good time to experiment.  LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — If you fail to stay on top of things, you’ll risk having inexperienced subordinates royally messing up your plans. Don’t leave anything up to happenstance.  VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Sticking to conservative methods when involved in a joint endeavor will actually work better than trying something new. Risk-taking is likely to end in bittersweet surrender.  LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Unforeseen stress may befall an important partnership arrangement, but that doesn’t mean you have to succumb to it. 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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Stay level-headed at all times, especially if you have to deal with an unexpected adversary. Don’t allow emotions or feelings to force a hasty judgment call.  PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — When you least expect it, an unexpected financial swing could wreak havoc on your plans. Control what happens in a methodical, businesslike manner, and you’ll come out just fine.  ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Develop your schemes with care, so that you won’t have to make an unwanted change at the last minute. Having to do so could severely lessen your chances for  ”1 already know the answer, but as a courtesy, I have to ask. Are you going to finish those fries?"  Marmaduke  don’t happen to believe you went there."  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