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SCORPIO: Oct. 29-Nov. 4 Wednesday, October 29
In AMC’s famous TV drama, a high school chemistry teacher responds to his awful luck by turning to a life of crime. The show’s title, Breaking Bad, refers to what happens when a good person cracks and veers over to the dark side. So then what does “breaking good” mean? Urbandictionary.com defines it like this: “When a criminal, junkie, or gang-banger gets sweet and sparkly, going to church, volunteering at soup kitchens, and picking the kids up from school.”
VIRGO: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:06 AM
Helsinki, Finland is growing downward. By cutting out space in the bedrock below the city’s surface, farseeing leaders have made room to build shops, a data center, a hockey rink, a church, and a swimming pool. There are also projects underway to construct 200 more underground structures. Start working along those lines – at least metaphorically. Now’s a great time to renovate foundations to accommodate future growth.
SAGITTARIUS: Oct. 29-Nov. 4 Wednesday, October 29
I’ve got two possible remedies for your emotional congestion. You might also want to make these two remedies part of your Halloween shtick. The first remedy is captured by the English word “lalochezia.” It refers to a catharsis that comes from uttering profane language. The second remedy is contained in the word “tarantism.”
LIBRA: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:10 AM
The Pantone Color Matching System, used as a standard in the printing industry, presents a structured approach to identifying colors. According to its classification system, there are 104 shades of grey.
SCORPIO: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:11 AM
I’m not necessarily predicting you’ll acquire a shiny new asset in time for the solstice. Nor am I glibly optimistic that you’ll get a pay raise or an unexpected bonus.
SAGITTARIUS: November 26-December-2 Yesterday at 10:12 AM
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642), an Italian astronomer, physicist and mathematician, is sometimes called “the father of modern science.” He expressed his innovative ideas so vigorously, he offended the Catholic Church, which convicted him of heresy.
CAPRICORN: Oct. 29-Nov. 4 Wednesday, October 29
You are at a point in your astrological cycle when you deserve to rake in the rewards that you have been working hard to earn. I expect you to be a magnet for gifts and blessings. The favors and compliments you have doled out will be returned to you. For all the strings you have pulled on behalf of others’ dreams, strings will now be pulled for you. Halloween costume suggestion: a beaming kid hauling around a red wagon full of brightly wrapped presents.
CAPRICORN: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:14 AM
While in his early 20s, actor Robert Downey Jr. appeared in Less Than Zero and Weird Science. That got him semi-typecast as a member of Hollywood’s Brat Pack, a group of popular young actors and actresses who starred in coming-of-age films in the 1980s.
AQUARIUS: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:16 AM
In her book Revolution from Within, Gloria Steinem offers a challenge: “Think of the times you have said: ‘I can’t write,’ ‘I can’t paint,’ ‘I can’t run,’ ‘I can’t shout,’ ‘I can’t dance,’ ‘I can’t sing.’”
PISCES: November 26-December 2 Yesterday at 10:18 AM
“Dogs don’t know where they begin and end,” writes Ursula K. Le Guin in her book The Wave in the Mind. They “don’t notice when they put their paws in the quiche.”
 
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