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SCORPIO: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
The English verb “cicurate” is defined as “to tame or domesticate” or “to make mild or innocuous.” It once had an additional sense: “to reclaim from wildness.” It was derived from the Latin word cicurare, which meant “to bring back from madness, to draw out of the wilderness.” Make cicurate your theme now, concentrating on these definitions: “to reclaim from wildness, to bring back from madness, to draw out of the wilderness.”
SAGITTARIUS: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
“You can exert no influence if you are not susceptible to influence,” said psychologist Carl Jung. Extrapolating from that, we can hypothesize the more willing and able you are to be influenced, the greater your influence might be.
DYING TO GET A DATE Yesterday at 12:00 AM
Like many in society's subgroups, people who work in "death" industries or professions in the U.K. may believe it difficult to reach "like-minded" suitors. Hence, Carla Valentine established Dead Meet earlier this year and told Vice.com in October …
BARREN TRUTH Yesterday at 12:00 AM
India's Orissa state has established "health camps" to facilitate mass sterilizations to help control the booming population, but procedures were halted in November when Dr. Mahesh Chandra Rout matter-of-factly told BBC News that camps routinely …
CAPRICORN: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
Congratulations. Your current dilemmas are more useful and interesting than any you’ve had for a long time. If you can even partially solve them, the changes set in motion will improve your entire life, not just the circumstances they immediately affect.
DAMN HARD DESSERT Yesterday at 12:00 AM
The Food and Veterinary Administration of Denmark shut down the food supplier Nordic Ingredients in November after learning that it used an ordinary cement mixer to prepare gelatin products for nursing home and hospital patients unable to swallow …
AQUARIUS: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
Alan Moore, the British author who wrote the graphic novels Watchmen and V for Vendetta, is nearing completion of Jerusalem, a novel he’s been writing for six years. It’ll be more than a million words, almost twice that of Tolstoy’s War and Peace, and 200,000 words more than the Bible. “Any editor worth their salt would tell me to cut two-thirds of this book,” Moore told the New Statesman, “but that’s not going to happen.”
QUESTIONABLE JUDGMENT Yesterday at 12:00 AM
Maryland's Assistant Attorney General Karen Straughn issued an official warning for consumers to watch out for what may be called "the $100 bill on the windshield" scam, i.e., if you see a $100 bill tucked under your wiper, do not try to retrieve …
CIVIC LESSON Yesterday at 12:00 AM
North Hempstead, New York, enforces its dog-littering ordinance with steep $250 fines and street-sign warnings displaying the amount. However, insiders have long known that the signs are wrong — that the written regulation calls for fines of only …
PISCES: September 24-30 Wednesday, September 24
For a long time, Illinois writer ArLynn Leiber Presser didn’t go out much. She had 325 Facebook friends and was content to get social needs met in the virtual realm. Then she embarked on a year-long project, seeking face-to-face meetings with all of her online buddies.
 
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