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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Wednesday, September 21, 2011 19 B.C. 'Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair tor the future of the human race." H.Gy Wells Born Loser Mutts 5RUTUST Dilbert K ROOK \eóUT ^ NEH WtT PlAN TWMm CîOmoTO * ' TRy IT QLk\^^■b I'LLLOSe. 1FWEPOUM05 ^^^wejEx! ^ toei) thAsT if you OK \T F OR A ViAK,ÏOUlL CO^VPLtTtUY YOUR TOPIC OF CONVERSATION HAS FMLEO TO HOLD tAY ATTENTION I CAN NO LONGER RESIST THE URGE TO CHECK tAY EfAAIL UHILE YOU TALK. Peanuts that UJA5 A 60ÛP PRACTICE,HÜH,MARCIE'’ LT NO! I think I BROKE ALL M¥ ARM6 ANP THIRTY FIN66R5 U)£lL,WE'RE 6ETTIN6 YOU TOU6HENeO UP FOR THE NEU) SEASON,MUH? 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Oitfii ultv: 4 (oí,'») 7 6 2 -■ — 8 3 7 4 1 3 6 7 8 3 1 8 2 6 4 7 1 2 9 5 6 5 9 Wednesday, September 21, 2011 Provided you do not spread your forces too thin, your probabilities for success in the next year luok strong. Focus on areas of your greatest potential, and use them as a springboard to success in everything else th.il you do. VIRC'iO (Aug 2 Î-Sopt, 12) -- Hen it you t ,in't totally pav off a finiinciai ol)lig.ition, it's to votir advantage to try to amelioratf a portuin <»l it, Fac h timé \ou put dowti a little, It adds up, LIBRA (Sept. 23-0(t. 2 5) -- (lO ahead and assi'rt yoursi“lf for ever\lK)dy's (ollei tive luMielit, nut just for vour interests alone. It's to everyone's arlvantage to exert a group effort rather than making points with meroly one voice, SCORPIO (Oc t. 24-Nov 22) - Nobody is likely to he lucky in getting others to hear only one vokc today, hut getting others to speak out collectively could he to (‘ver\ one's advantage. 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ARIFS (Marc h 21-April 19) - It you fc'c'l compelk'd to make a ciccision uncier [)ressure, be careful, because your judgment might not he up to its usual standards, l^on't let others usurp your indef)C‘n(1ent thinking, TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Use' your common sense and don't attempt to ck) somc'thing on \our own that takes two pairs of mitts to handle. Don't put \ourselt in jeopardy trying to prc)ve how strong you are, GFMINI (May 21 june 20) - Ciuard against inc lina lions to take' any comments seriously that you know should be treated as jokes. It you are the butt of a harm less tease, laugh hardc'r than your friends, CANCER (juné 21-|uly 22) - People in gc'nc'ral, including you, could have low flash points. 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