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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas B.C. YOÚ YbU HAVt A pf?oe>UM &í.rrihiú> foop /Nro YÖUR /V^öUTM.., WH6N You HA\/B To oicoei? yfoUR MEAL-6 TO match Y£?ur outfit. Ì 2oL_r==r 'lou \ liNnwl HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Tuesday, September 20, 2011 | 7 ' The siience of a wise man is always meaningful. — Leo Strauss Garfield WAS THAT THE \ / GRAVlTV ) COOKIE ÜAR I ( Ift iViV J Dilbert OUR STRATEGY IS TO INCREASE rAARKET SHARE /- t ^ rAARKET SHARE m CONFUSED I SPENT ALL LAST YEAR TRYING TO DECREASE OUR fAARKET SHARE. UJAS THAT EFFORT _ bJASTED? DON'T UORRY. UALLY TOLD t^E HE HAS A GOOD SENSE OF HUIAOR l,L IV\ NOT RELIABLE. Mutts I HAVE A cup OF TEA FOR yoo ■'BUT I WASN'T ! SURE Hovg you I take it Wi Peanuts /okA‘< marcieYi cut \ / /ir\ cro\\c.iir I t err 60 5TRAI6MT OUTANPCUT . R16HT iyñ.:.;. ».Q,- LEFT BETTER Dog Eat Doug Pearls Before Swine FOee5I£.HT INTO HOW 5HOPT-TePA^ U055E5 CAN yiELO eie&tQ LONe-TEPM eeNEPiT5,., o o „15 COMPLETELY LACIíINí? IN BA6IE5. HCY, PIO mr\ I m. i took him to Ai^smmo \mom M£UASA HmPITMOm 8IG HIT owe WOMAN you m mm ¡muí uaí so cm OUTUlTHYm /5H£(MPTUÍTMT HIM UP, yi soñ£ coMpmm a^ñítmat coMPíiñ£miíy For Beher or For Worse The Wizard of Id ir i v’HKi'òv>nìi-K'ti K.fx-; Hi Kf'5 n Kvy IÒ íMt ^ujsi ,f you Nl I'lJ MoKt c?U>k|KC '?'X'KP'. fJcM ]c) tifiVf- ÍmiS :i hflBV I jl)!LL ;l "ilk.....tifitiittV / I C^l/V\ \ THli^ mv m m •uo Vl4Ylit M tOVlQ Marmaduke The problem is his will to is greater than my will not Rubes SUDOKU I )itiii ultv: ^ iot Ti 1 3 9 1 5 i 8 1 6 4 i ! 3 2 1 4 1 I ! i 9 5 8 3 t ' i 4 Í j j 9 7 ^ 2 8 I 7 i 7 4 2 5 7 Tuesday, September 20, 2011 Bo alert in (he year ahead for opportunities that could take you into a totally different field of endeavor. Should something hig occur, which path you choose will determine where life will lead you in (he following monihs. VIKCiO (Aug J 22) -- l:vi>n thougli ticilhci you !ior a [wl would w.int to take .idv.uitagc ol th(' olh-(‘r, doing busin*"''' with a trictul is not such a goofi idc-a Unintended c oiiscquciK cs tould o( ( ur. LIfiKA (S('()t 2 5-0(t 2 5) -- Do not .illow vour desires anil ex|)e( tations to ext e('d \oui r(M( h. It vour ol)|ei lives are tar tx'yond vour t apahilities the disap^ pointiiK'nt you would experient e < ould Ix' niamniotli. S( ORPIC) iO( t. 24-Nov. 22i - Ohsta( les vou emount<'r on vour p.ith are likc'K to be ol \our t)\\n making, things that you laih'd to c lear out in the |)iist. Unfortunately, life has a w.iy of ( at( hing u() with us S.A(,irTARIUS (Nov. 2M)(h. 21) - Unless vou are on vour toes, you ( ould manipulat(' v(>ursell into fei'ling toned to take a position that opposes the majority. You won't like being out ol ste|). (aM’RKOKN ([)e( 22-jan. I‘)l -- Cio it alone il possible, because you are likt'ly to be lar more sut ( ess ful in your independ(>nt (-ndeavors than vou will in involvements that re(|uire ,i iolkn live eliort. AC^LIARIUS (jan. 20-1 eb. I‘)) - Unple.isant tasks lould be made even more dist.istetul if you appioat h them with ,i neg.itive attitude, bv to take (bores m stride, and l)e proud ot what you ( an atcomplish. f’IS( ES (Feb. 20-Mar(h 20) - It's im|)ortant lo maintain control ov(‘r all-importani person.il matters, because things (ould ()uu kly go astray in Mtuations where you have to dek'gate assignments to others ARILS (March 21-Apiil 19) - fvc'n il vou'ri' not in the mood to put up with nonsensi>, it behoovi's you to pamper [)eople, or <it tli<' very least, to r(>liain trom (.hallenging thc'm reg.irdless ot how dilU-rently vou think or teel. TAURUS (A|)ril 20-May 20) -- You'vf' heard it betorf': "Il you don't hav(' anything nice to say .iboul somebody, don't say anything at all." Regardless of hov\ well intended it is, critic ism will bc' resented. ( jt MINI (Mav 21-June' 20) -- You being ,i bit of a risk-taker to l)egin with, this trait might be emphasi/ed to your detrimc'iit if you're not larc'tul. He extra ( au tious and don't take chain (>s where' you shouldn't ( AN('ER dune 2l -|uly 22) -- Th<*re is nothing wrong with being a bit protcn tive ol your own intc'iests, but take caution not to be so in ways that others find offensive. They're apt to take countermeasures against you. IK) duly 2 5-Aug. 22) --You shouldn't allow oth-c'rs to palm oti their responsil)ililies onto you. Il you give an inch, thc'v're likc'ly to take' several tec't. Iryiiif; to patch u[> a hrokfii romana'? 1 he .Vslro-C iraph Mali.iiinalM.r (.an help yi>ti iimtcistaml what lo do to nuiki' the rclationslup work VmkI tor viuii MaUhmatvi’r set In' mailing lo Aslro-C iiapli, I’C * Ilox Wicklitk'.OH44(W2 ()l(i7. 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