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June 6, 2007 June 6, 2007

Posted by Ric in Horoscope, Today's Horoscope.
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A large fleet of ships will be spotted in the English Channel today, heading towards the coast of France. That their intentions are hostile is indicated by the appearance of snowstorms on Mars.

Your third cousin, the one you made fun of in grade school, will patent a process for turning water into clean-burning car fuel this afternoon, without the need to modify auto engines. Unfortunately, agents from Halliburton and Exxon will snatch him and his family. You will be responsible for the two family cats left behind, Aphrodite and Ares.

A poet will be crucified in the outback of Asia.

In the Northland, possibly Siberia, possibly Canada, a massive eruption of methane will burst from the melted permafrost. The gas will overwhelm several hundred square miles, killing thousands of animals and over a hundred natives of the region. Because of the occurrence of a vagary between Saturn and Uranus, the time can’t be pinpointed.

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