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Monday, March 12, 2012

Believe

The astrology web page that I've read every year for the past dozen years or so, www.cainer.com by the Brit, Jonathan Cainer, says that good things are supposed to happen to me this week.... because of the Grand Trine... where Jupiter, Venus and Pluto are geometrically lining up in some significant fashion.
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Yet I still came up short in the big proposal that I put together last week.
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WTF Jonathan!!!!
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You better have a good reason for this slam because I can't see the good in it whatsoever!
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Not that I believed in this Horoscope Bullshit in the past... but now I really don't believe in it..... unless things get super good pretty fast.


Pisc  said....Mar 12, 2012 06:30 PM
this is from Marilyn, the Inuit woman character on the Now old show Northern Exposure:

There was a warrior who had a fine stallion. Everyone said how lucky he was to have such a horse.
"Maybe" he said.
One day the stallion ran off. The people said the warrior was unlucky.
"Maybe" he said.
The next day the stallion returned, leading a string of fine ponies. The people said it was very lucky.
"Maybe" the warrior said.
Later, the warrior's son was thrown from one of the ponies and broke his leg. The people said it was unlucky.
"Maybe" the warrior said.
The next week, the chief lead a war party against another tribe. Many young men were killed. But, because of his broken leg, the warrior's son was left behind, and so was spared. 





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Thanks Pisc.  Somehow I feel like the guy in this kayak.  Sometimes you shouldn't be on the water.

1 comment:

  1. this is from Marilyn, the Inuit woman character on the Now old show Northern Exposure:

    There was a warrior who had a fine stallion. Everyone said how lucky he was to have such a horse.

    "Maybe" he said.

    One day the stallion ran off. The people said the warrior was unlucky.

    "Maybe" he said.

    The next day the stallion returned, leading a string of fine ponies. The people said it was very lucky.

    "Maybe" the warrior said.

    Later, the warrior's son was thrown from one of the ponies and broke his leg. The people said it was unlucky.

    "Maybe" the warrior said.

    The next week, the chief lead a war party against another tribe. Many young men were killed. But, because of his broken leg, the warrior's son was left behind, and so was spared.

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