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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas COMICS "I have always felt that a politician is to bo judged by the animosities he excites among his opponents." Winston Churchill B.C. DCAR fCAJoW- iT AiL cm A vVEAK A WHITE <50*04 FOf? her fifth 4\AeiC(A(&E ? CiJOllioitfi Htrt nr Garfield ONUY IF IT t>Oe«Al'r CUASH vvith the cuowm suit. Born Loser Mutts OLD POND 7 9 frog Jumps in Dilbert Peanuts ARE VOUR PROJECTIONS REALISTIC OR OPTIfAISTIC? THEY'RE HALFUAY BETUEEN A LUCID OREArA AND A NEAR-DEATH HALLUCINATION. i'll never F0R6ET TME EXPRESSION ON THE OTHER ATTORNEY'S FACE HE 5AU) I MAD TMI6 BRANP-NEUI YELLOW LE6AL PAP WITH LINES ON IT,. THERE S A LOT OF JEALOUSY AM0M6 ATTORNEYS 7<r Dog Eat Doug DO you ICNOW IF BAeie? 5WCAT-’ OO&i^ «-weAT WtTH THCIP 'ONSue? a eUT I PON T THINIf RABie? ACTUAU.V 5W6AT o o I woNoce wHCpe au, THAT 5WCAT eOC5 ONC HA5 TO A56UMC THAT IT 0U5T BUIL05 U"> UNTIU IT eeACHEfl CeiTICAt MA55 ANO THCN you expLOoe MAN. 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V 1 \ \ \ rw &00l^ bO)K TO FORTH ANP MULTIPLY ____ I vt wtm i ñCKUl^ ) J Marmaduke “Do me a favor and don’t let my dog see my license photo ” Rubes SUD01ÜJ DillH ultv 4 (ul '■.) 1 __________i 8 7 9 7 ......... 1 6 I 8 3 .......... *7 i 5 3 9 5 2 7 1........... 1 4 9 8 i 2 1 8 4 ! 5 3 4 1 h— 9 2 Saturday, July 9, 2011 There is a good chance that, in coming months, you could end up being part of three different groups of friends for three difierent purposes or reasons. Each cluster will be involved in something fun that you II want to participate in. CANCER ilune 2r|ulv 22) Keoj) outsiders ou! of your person,il attairs, t'specially those th,it concern vour mate. You'd only make matters worse if you (Jt'c ide to talk things over with your (ronies. \ug. 221 It the\ think the\ t an get away with it, a tew malingerers might l(X)k to palm ott their lEO (July 2? Aug. 22) pain duties and res()onsibilities on you. They'd like to make it look like your good work is theirs VIRGO (Aug. 2 5-Sept. 22) Don't make it one ot those days where, every time you take a strong position, it's one that's opposite to the [)opular view. It this is the case, keep your opinions to yourself. LIBRA (Se[)t. 23-()(t. 2 i) — Regardless ot how proud you are of an accomplishment, keep it to yourself. Someone who is lealous of \ou could try to get others to think of you as a mere braggart. SCORPIO ((Xt. 24-Nov. 22) - It might be smarter to let an unflattering comment that someone says about you go unanswered. You could make matters worse it you dec icie to make it an issue that needs to be defended. SAC'ilTTARIUS (Nov. 2 i-De< .21) — Trying to shore up a relationship with material things may momentarily work on the surface, but it will be without substance. Strengthen bonds w ith loving deeds of sincerity. C APRICORN (Dec. 22-|an. 19) — If both you and a partner use f)hony means to try- to strengthen the arrangement you have with each other, it could end up being a case of the blind leading the blind. AC^UARIUS dan. 20-Feb. 19) Only true humility is a virtue, while humbling yourself in an unbecoming produces nothing but a lack of respect. In reali-be much more respected by letting your ego manner ty, you'I emerge. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) ~ Be caretui what vou say to a friend about someone whom you greatly dislike. If your remarks are uncomplimentary, your pal may think ill of you and lose all interest. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Be realistic about how much you can accomplish and take on only what yc')u iM-lieve you can finish. Anything you leave hanging might have to wait a long time to be completed. TAURUS (April 20 May 201 — Don't trust to memory an> important information that you'll need to know down the line. In tact, it might be smart to make written notes. (jEMINI (May 21-June 20) - A friend might lcM)k to you to help him or her sort out a com()licatc>d affair that he or she finds insurmountaJ)le. Unless you've had experience in this kind of problem, don't offer any advice. Iryuig to patdi ii}' a bn>ki.-n rormiuc' Ifu' Astn>-C ¡raph Malcfniuiker can hdp you luiderstand what to du to maki; the rdationshifi work. Send tor your Matchniakrr set hy rruiling $3 to Astn>-C iraph, P.O. Box 167, WWkMe. OH 44042-0167. C opyright 2011. 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