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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 B.C.  l'/V\ TOlD TME-Pf S AM IM-FLI&HI MBAl OM TM'S AlPHAJe ,  HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Thursday, November 3, 2011 | 9  "[y&mocfsc^' is the I'^cu^’rcnt suspicion th3t rnor^ th^n h?.!i of the people are right more than half the time."— E.B. White  Garheld  Born Loser  *”nO /AOR.C ftURRtTO LUNCHeS^  Dilbert  I LIVE IN m UGLY APARTfAFNT UITH T(a)0 UGLY ROOrA-r^ATFS  r 1 t-s  EACH UiORKDAY I TAKE AN UGLY BUS TO AN UGLY BUILDING AND SPEND THE ENTIRE DAY IN h\Y UGLY CUBICLE.  AT LEAST YOU GET TO EAT LUNCH UlTH US.  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But if we had waited to emerge for a few more eons, we'd be considered little more than an irwasive species,"  SUDOKU  iJiiiu uhy; 4 (lit '■>)     7    2    4                6        2      1  1    7                  9    3                          6    2    1                    3              7            4                  3                9                              9    8                    5      4                5        8        6                          3        9    1     Thursday, November 3, 2011  AdvcUK I'fncnt in your dioscn tifld ot endcMvor is highly likcK in the year .ihe.id, but you'll n«*d to be |),itient, !>('( ause it's ,ilso v('rv (K)ssible that your ascendancy will haf)(x>n in fits and starts. Relax and go with the flow  s( ()ki’l() (0( t. J4-Nov. 22i — Nature has en(]ow(>d \oti with a healths dos(M)t drive and detiTmination, lx)th ol whi( h are enormous ass(>ts. Usually once you st*t your mind to something it s a fait .h compli, but not t<xiay  SAL.IIIAKlUSiNov. 2,M)e<. 21) There should Im' no n('('d to revise your [).unstakingly laid-out |)lans. Don't try to stxond guess yourself and fail to follow tiuough on your arrangements.  ( APKK ()RN (I )(•( 22-lan, 14) - 1 )uring this < ycle, vou should Ik‘ ex( (“ijtionally fortunate Ixx ause ot fx'rsons with whom you're involvc'd. How-ever, it stjmt'one in the grou() gets gre(*dy all bi'ts .ire oft.  A(^L!AKIL)S (jan. 20-Fel). I‘)) — In your mind everything will work out as long as everyone g(X“S along with your way ot thinking but w(X‘ to tlioso who o()fX)s<‘ \'ou. You may nix'd to make a serious attitude ad|ustnxnt.  PIS( FS iFeb. 2()-Marth 2l)t — You'll Ix* far haf)pier devoting your efforts and energi(?s to tasks that are of a nu'ntal or (reative nature, so try to sti( k ti) those <ireas. You're not a[)t to h.uidle [)hysical chores t(x> well.  ARIES (March 21 -A[)ril 19) — You have a lot going for \i)u, su( h as sharf) thinking, gcx)d friends and (>ven some hel() from I ady Luck, yet you may fail to a[)prec i-at(‘ this and thus not capitalize on it.  TAl IRUS (April 2()*May 20) — As long as you don't allow your im[)ulses to override g(x>d meth(Klology, you (an achieve more than your shar{> of objec fives. Be svstetTiafic, ¡)racfical and [)atic‘nt,  CjEMINI (May 2I-)urie 20) — If you're smart, you'll stay away from subjcxts that are dc‘batal)ie and (an'f Ix* solved anyway. Your mcxxj is such that you aren't likely to mine e words vvitfi fXH)[)k‘ who disagrt'e.  (AN( FR (june 21 -|uly 22) — Teaming u[) with another in a (ommon (ause can be extremely productive, but only if both you and your teammate put forth an equal .imount ol (‘ffort. Make sure each party pulls his or ht'r weight.  LFO duly 2 {-Aug. 22) Someorx' with whom ycxi're involved might need a bit of ,i [Xish from you to get him or h(*r stattc*(f. It vou can't handle this, stay away from any |oint CMKkMvor,  VIRCjO (Aug. 2.i-Sepf. 22) — You're likely to be (‘xtrem(‘lv prcxlucfivean(1 industrious, which is all wc'll and gcxxi. However, if you get tcx) far ahead of teammates, vou could disrupt th(' assembly line.  LIBRA (Sept. 2 i-( X t. 23) — You'll Ix' happier sticking to those whom you know like and admire you, and staying clear of fxx)[)le who think they are bettc‘r than everylxxly elst>. You (ion't n(x*d any bad expc>ric*nces.  IryinR lo palth up a broken romaiue' 1 he Astro Clraph Matiliniakft lan help you uiukrNland what to ilo to make the relationship work.  Semi tor vour Matclunakci set by mailing $3 to Astro Ciraph,  PC), Box lo7.Wicklitte.C1H 44(W2 0167.  (i)|iyrighl IH)! I,    IAs.sn.  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