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Saturday March 22, 2008 March 21, 2008

Posted by Ric in Uncategorized.
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Miranda delockulizes Saturn in Leo: When you get home from a full day of partying, you will find the front door wide open. No house. Just the front door. Your wife will burn the place to the ground rather than listen to any more of your jock stories from the Saturday gatherings.

Callisto flockharts Charon in Taurus: Lemuel decides to avoid all the hassle of divorce and lawyers and recriminations. He picks up a woman of questionable reputation but excellent looks at a bar downtown, does satisfying things with her and to her in a moderately priced motel room, texts his wife about what he has done, apologizes and leaves town. Arriving in Vegas he gets a job as a room clerk, and then as a pit boss, living quite contentedly thereafter. His wife divorces him in absentia and takes up with the woman Lemuel took to the motel. They have some good laughs and a satisfying relationship for quite some years.

Adrastea inlockulates Thebe in Scorpio: You will win millions on a lottery ticket you buy today, assuming you buy a winning ticket. Otherwise, no one will care.

Kalyke relockaliates Mercury in Aquarius: A small, nameless nation in Southeast Asia, having secretly developed an atomic bomb with the help of Pakistan and the Internet and a couple of savvy high school students, transports the bomb by ship to the Marianas Trench, thinking to test it at the bottom of the trench, some 36,000 feet down, at 1:14 this afternoon. They assume no one will notice an explosion under all that water. Unfortunately the bomb blows a hole in the thin crust of the Earth in the Trench, precipitating a mantle eruption similar to the Siberian Traps and the Deccan Traps in India, but considerably more violent, hurling out more material and gases in a short time than the Traps did over millions of years. By 5:30 p.m., EST, everyone in Asia will be dead, and by 10:38 p.m. the world will be dead. Several species of single-celled sea bacteria will survive, along with several thousand members of two species of cockroaches, and several hundred rats, and a bunch of hagfish. The world will not be pretty.

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