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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Thursday, September 22,2011 19 "Nothing is too wonderful to be true if it be consistent with the laws of nature." Michael Faraday B.C. Garreld Born Loser Mutts Dilbert ARE THERE ANY QUESTIONS? FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY THING AT ALL t LJHY DO GHOSTS HAVE CLOTHES? y fvh .iJL IF SOr^EONE GIVES YOU A UEDGIE AT THE r^OfAENT YOU DIE, UJILL YOU HAVE IT FOR ETERNITY? ÎÂ Peanuts I LIKE " THAT 6AME u;heke SOMEONE THROWS A STICK,AND I CHASE IT , > . 5*. 4Ì' y j Dog Eat Doug Pearls Before Swine mi. mn «eew smm rum FOR TCN HOyW JUST UATCmG TV. I mu.msmmNQ pisita UFT ME. NOW I JUST F£a smwpcpANPtosr.tiKeiCANT GCTUPANOPO ANYTH/NSevew IF I UAWTÊPTÛ, For Beher or For Worse The Wizard of Id i HAtjK roo MB, iX)CTOK> ' I'M Nor iM ine HA6IT(?P cAUi? J ^ ''A •in Tisi ""’y IN AWU HAVfc A ^ IN KW^. W V ruu J I 5iti>Rar j- Marmaduke if ^ ^ ^ "We re not following that poodle home Rubes "No, this isn't 'some sort of setup.' Why do you ask?" IiillK ulfv; ! ii)i 1) 1 5 I I 9 3 2 \ 6 1 1 i 8 1 Ì 7 j 8 4 \ 2 4 1 5 1 \ 9 6 i 1 3 6 I h......... h 5 9 8 ' 1 5 j i Thursday, September 22, 2011 In the next ye.u, you *ih(iuld seek personal fulfillment by joining a sot iai organization that has members who enjoy the same atlivities as you. If you like golf, join a golf club, if you like bridge, join a bridge group, and so on. VlR(i<) (Aug .' < Sept. JJi - It vou tind vourscit to be a bit restless, put .isidc your plans .ind < all ■! pal who is always icady to dn something iiitcrt‘''liiig What \(iu don’t think ot lie or she v\ ill, 1 IliRA iSept. J! 0(t -- ( h.innt'l your cttorts toward .1 single goal, and \(iu II end up a< (omplishing tar more than you e\er thought |)ossif)le I’utting too many tilings on sour |)l.ite (ould ( aus(> .in unwieldy meal. S( ()kl’K) i( '< t J4 No\ J2) -- Some knowledge you a((|uire(l by simpK being a good listi'ner will jirove to be immi'nseK valu.ible. Ifll [)ro\e how bi'nefit ial it is to pay attention at ait times. SAC ,11 lARIUS I Nov. J i Dec. 2 11 Don't settle tor undesir.ible terms; instead be pre[)ared to ( all the other guy's blutt. It the (onditions are unsatista« tory, take a walk and let him or her do all th(> swe.iting. C APKK OKN 'Dec . 2J |an. 14) A business partner will emulate yout mode ot operation, so it's going to be u|) to vou to supply th(' motivating t.u tors to get what you want. He or she will then bac k you up. A(.)l ¡AKIUS i|an. 2()-feb l‘)i - No one will have to tell you where your o|)[)ortunities lie you'll be (ognizant (It them all on your own. H(‘ imaginative, energetic and enterprising as to how you (laim them. PIS( IS tFel) 20 March 20) - You should be able to put to rest your enormous assumption that someone you like n('V(‘r notii »-s you when this person starts showering you with alt kinds ot attention. AKI! S iMarc h 2 I -April 1'-)) - I5e( ause you know you have people in vour (ortu'r who will liatk you up, you're able to be more d.>rmg about what you do and how far you (an take things. You should be al)le to get what you want. TAUKLiS (April 20-Ma\ 20) - Your imagination knows no boundaries and, as a rc'sult, you'll be able to come u|) with something n<‘w and more daring that'll capture the exac t results you're looking tor. CilMINI (May 2 1 20) - Knowing what you want IS only one [>art oi your goal ac tually going after it could be a bit more c hallenging. It might take a lot ot c ourage to accom|)lish you? aims. C'ANCtK dune 21 julv 22) - Unless you are c hal-lengc'd, you won't actually have any rc'ason to [)ut forth your best effort, f lowevc-r, if a gauntlet is thrown down, thc> Galahad within you will (]uic kly emerge. IK) duly 2 i Aug. 22) - Use an indirect approach toward .uhievmg your [)urposes, esfK'cially if there is someone who always questions your efforts. You'll have your goal accom|)lished betore anyl)ody noticc'S it. tiyiiiK to p.ilch up a broken roniaiKC? The Astro-Clrapti Matchinalvtr i.in help you uniitistaikl what to ilo to make the relatit>nNhip work. Semi tor vour Matchmaker set l>y niailinj; $.< to Astro (iraph, PC> ho.\ lt>7. WickllHe, cm 44042-01ii7 (>)p\iij’lil2t)ll. 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