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Thur Sept 16 This day in history: (1227) Genghis Khan, the

Mongol leader who forged an empire died on this day.

GSU Majors Fair – Come explore the possibilities! The Majors Fair gives current students a chance to talk with faculty, academic advisors, and current students from the many majors, minors and concentration areas found in our six undergraduate colleges! In the Russell Union from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free, and open to all students.

Unity Fest - Enjoy FREE food, student showcases, music, giveaways, inflatables, and special entertainment as we come together in unity to celebrate our similarities and differences as a campus community at the RAC bandshell at 6 p.m. Sex & Chocolate: Heterosexual edition - Students will answer each other's questions regarding sex while eating chocolate in the Russell Union Ballroom at 7 p.m. For more information, call (912) 478-1732.

Fri Sept 17 This day in history: (1227) Genghis Khan, the

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Observing Our Moon - Participate in the

International Observe the Moon Night at 7 p.m. at the Georgia Southern Planetarium located in the Math/Physics Bldg. Parking available in the Faculty/Staff parking lot across the street. For more information, please visit our web site at http://cost.georgiasouthern.edu/planetarium.

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Eagle Women’s Soccer vs. Winthrop –

GSU’s men’s soccer team takes on Winthrop at the Soccer/Track Complex at Erk Russell Athletic Park at Noon. Admission is free. For more information, visit: www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com.

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Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai – Writer-director Jim Jarmusch (Broken Flowers), America's most innovative independent filmmaker, is at the top of his form with this laid-back, poetic and witty feature that blends conventions of the urban crime/mob drama, the western, and black comedy with a sincere exploration of the ancient samurai code. Forest Whitaker stars as the title character, an assassin who serves in obligation to the low-level gangster who saved his life. Aided by a hypnotic music soundtrack by Wu-Tang Clan member RZA, Jarmusch creates an intoxicating, mellow vibe with an underlying somber tone. Part of GSU’s Cinema Arts series, the film begins at 7:15 p.m. in the Russell Union Theater. Cost is $3.

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Study Abroad Fair –

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Get Pumped! A campus tire inflation campaign - Did you know that you may be

throwing away as much as $500 a year on gas you don't need? Learn how to properly maintain your car's tire pressure for savings, safety and sustainability. Park your car at the RAC 3-5 pm and Center for Sustainability volunteers will teach you how to check and inflate your tires. First 500 participants will receive a free tire gauge.

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Lecture with James Carville and Mary Matalin -

Eagle Rally - Do you love your eagles? Join Eagle Nation as we celebrate the return of the football team after two weeks on the road and recognize the efforts of our soccer teams on at 7:00 p.m. at the Russell Union Rotunda! Fries Lecture: Nobel Prize Physicist William Phillips, Ph.D. -

Georgia Southern University will welcome political consultants James Carville and Mary Matalin to campus on Wednesday, September 22. The 7 p.m. event at Hanner Fieldhouse is free and open to the public, but tickets are necessary due to limited seating. Carville, a Democrat who ran President Bill Clinton’s campaign in 1992, and Matalin, a Republican who ran President George H.W. Bush’s re-election campaign that same year, are a married couple whose wildly differing political views have made them sought-after guests on political news programs for nearly two decades. Both are known for their steadfast loyalty to their parties and ideals, and for their quick-witted political humor.

Nobel Prize winning physicist Dr. William D. Phillips will present the 10th Annual Fries Lecture titled "Time and Einstein in the 21st Century" on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center on the campus of Georgia Southern University. Phillips currently leads the Laser Cooling and Trapping Group in the Atomic Physics Division of NIST's Physics Laboratory. The group is part of the Joint Quantum Institute, a cooperative research organization of NIST and the University of Maryland. In 1997 Phillips shared the Nobel Prize in Physics "for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light." Admission is free.

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GSU’s second home game of the 2010 season is at 6 p.m. at Paulson Stadium. For more information visit www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com/football.

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Open Hearts/Love You Forever - This

early gem from Susanne Bier (Brothers, After the Wedding), one of Europe's most respected and successful women directors, follows two young couples whose lives become traumatized by a tragic car accident and adultery. Pulsing with honesty, the film lays bare the rawness of human emotion with a story made all the more believable thanks to its gritty, low-budget approach. The fantastic cast includes Bier regulars, Mads Mikkelsen, Nikolaj Lie Kaas as well as Paprika Steen and Sonja Richter. Beware the forthcoming US remake. Part of GSU’s Cinema Arts series, the film begins at 7:15 p.m. in the Russell Union Theater. Cost is $3.

An old-fashioned ‘Stump Meeting’ now your neighbor, know your food, know your candidate. That’s what organizers of Statesboro’s good, old-fashioned stump meeting are advertising. Eighteen candidates running for political office are confirmed, representing democrats, republicans and independents and this promises to be an entertaining way to get to know your local candidates, in an open forum. Politicians from across the state will have a chance to get on their (all organic, hand-made) soapbox before election day at the Statesboro Farmer’s Market on Saturday, October 9. The event will take place from 9a.m - 1p.m. Candidates participating in the following races: U.S. Senate, 12th Congressional District, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State School Superintendent and Agricultural Commissioner are scheduled to attend, and this is a wonderful chance to hear each platform. This event is sponsored by Leadership Bulloch 2010 Class in conjunction with Statesboro Bulloch Chamber of Commerce and Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market. For additional information on the Georgia Southern University football game at 6 p.m. or other Family Weekend activities. Please contact Russell Keen at 912-5368620 to make arrangements.

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articipants in the Michael Jackson “Thriller” dance will rehearse Thursdays in October in the Sea Island Bank parking lot in downtown Statesboro. Sherri Thompson, the director, teaches the routine to participants for the performance October 30 at 9 p.m. The group asks for a $5 donation to go towards the United Way charity. People of all ages are encouraged to participate. “Our goal is to have 200 people participate this fall,” says Allen Muldrew, executive director of the Mainstreet/Downtown Development Authority, who helps organize the event downtown. Rehearsal dates are October 7, 14 and 28 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., and October 30 at 4 p.m. before the main performance that night. For more information about the event, please call the Mainstreet/ Downtown Development office at 912-7647227. This dance performance will allow those from youth to adult to experience the feel of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and recognize one of the greatest pop star sensations of our time. All ages are welcome to experience ‘Thriller” during Scare on the Square in downtown Statesboro.

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The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art (BFSDoArt) is proud to announce Faculty 2010, an exhibition of works by the current faculty at the BFSDoArt, now on display until September 10, 2010 in the Contemporary Gallery at the Center for Art & Theatre, Georgia Southern University. The public is warmly invited to attend Artist's Talks on Wednesday, August 25, 2010 and September 8, 2010 from 5 – 7pm, where members of the faculty will discuss the images and ideas that shaped their recent work. Gallery

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tatesboro’s own Amy Taylor is currently third on Georgia-country.com’s female artist of the year voting, but with another four weeks of voting left, she’s got her eyes set on the top spot. So check her out on Myspace or Facebook (/amytaylormusic) and then go vote! Taylor grew up in the ‘Boro, and as soon as she graduated from Southeast Bulloch, she started playing music, performing and sitting in with other bands at local venues like Silver Creek Saloon and Retrievers. She knew from a young age that she wanted to be a musician, which was not unusual in a family full of musically-talented people. What is unusual is how far her talent has taken her in such a short time. In six years, Taylor has gone from high school to recording an album in Nashville. Plus she found the time to take a year off from music after the birth of her daughter, who is now closing in on four years old. Like many musicians, having a child inspired Taylor and affected the music she was writing. Now she wants to succeed not just for herself, but to provide for her daughter as well, she said. Though she may not need the help, since her daughter has already taken to picking at Taylor’s guitar and singing along, so who knows how long before the younger Taylor is playing Nashville herself. Years ago, Taylor played her first show in Savannah, which started out as just a karaoke show that she and her cousin played, but she pulled out her guitar for a couple of her own songs, and pretty soon, the audience was pushing her to play more and more of them until the set was mostly her originals. For the past two years, Taylor has played three or four shows every week, playing a lot of covers but also fine-tuning her own songs. This March, she got the opportunity to go to Nashville and record some songs with an A-list squad of studio musicians. She has eight songs recorded for her debut album, and plans to record a few more. Writing new music isn’t the problem, as Taylor says she has written more than 100 songs, but wants to make sure that she puts out only the best of what she’s capable of. Georgia-country.com went online about a year ago, focusing on all things country music in Georgia. Taylor was named April artist of the month, and is now in the running for female artist of the year, with voting ending Oct. 16. Taylor has built a strong fanbase all over Georgia and South Carolina and is planning to head out west soon to continue playing to new crowds. But that’s not all that’s on the horizon, she also has a house-band spot coming up at a new bar in Hardeeville, and will also be shooting a video for one of her most popular songs ‘Waves,’ which is about the way people grow apart after a breakup. Taylor recently played at Dos Primos, and will be returning there, as well as The Grill, soon, so be sure to catch the rising star next time she’s in town.

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Kicked out of the house for taking a boy to prom: Derrick Martin, now a freshman at GSU, is an advocate for gay rights, and a national celebrity BY TINA WHITTLE

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n some places, it wouldn’t have been a story. But in the small town of Cochran, Georgia — population 5211 — it was news. Big news. And that was when the trouble started for Derrick Martin. “Bleckley School Official Allowing Gay Prom Date” read the headline in The Macon Telegraph. “Making a Prom Date Changes His Life” reported the Atlanta JournalConstitution. Soon bloggers picked up the story, and then local TV news, and then the national news. Gay rights advocacy groups across the country threw their support behind him, while back in his hometown, some of his fellow citizens — including several classmates and their parents — organized a protest on the courthouse lawn. Martin had done his homework, however. He’d researched previous controversies involving gay teens and proms, including the case of Aaron Fricke, a gay rights advocate who in 1980 successfully sued his Rhode Island high school for not allowing him to bring his boyfriend to the prom. But Martin was also keenly aware that one Mississippi high school had cancelled its prom altogether after a female student asked to attend with her girlfriend. “I printed off Aaron’s case file and also wrote down a few websites for my school administration to look over while deliberating,” Martin says. “I knew the legal ramifications . . . . I knew it could turn out to be a giant battle. But I was prepared. It was something that I felt had to be done.” Martin would eventually prevail, and he and his boyfriend Richard Goodman would attend the senior prom with lots of fanfare and no protests whatsoever. In the photographs commemorating the event, both young men wear black tuxedos with white ties and white boutonnières. They look like any other prom couple — nervous, excited, unaccustomed to the flash-flash-flash of multiple cameras. In one way, however, it was a victory with a tarnished lining. When word got out that Martin had spoken to the media, his parents told him he had to leave the house. Sympathetic friends in the community took him in, so Martin was never one of the truly unfortunate LGBTQ teens — teens who identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-gendered or questioning, and who find themselves on the streets because of their orientation. Nonetheless, the impact shook him. 8 SEPTEMBER 15 - 28 2010

“When I was kicked out, I felt alone. I never want anyone to feel like I did when I was kicked out for being true to myself, [for] trying to make a positive statement to those in the LGBTQ community that felt that prom was untouchable,” Martin says. “Discrimination is something no one should have to face, especially not alone.” After the prom, Martin found that he’d become a celebrity. And while a lot of young men might have enjoyed their moment in the spotlight, Martin decided to use his newfound visibility to start something to help other LGBTQ youth in his situation. That something became Project LifeVest. As Martin explains on the Project website —http://www.proLifeVest jectlifevest.org — “I felt abandoned and betrayed; disposed of, a castaway . . . . Those were very dark times. But I knew there was no time to feel sorry for myself. Life moved on, and I embraced my surroundings and moved forward, alone yes, but forward nonetheless.” Even though Martin was unaware of it at the time, his decision to speak openly about the controversy started a wave of response that spread from his hometown across the country. Many classmates and fellow citizens shared their support and encouragement. Regional and national advocacy organizations joined with hundreds of individuals both in-person and online to send donations his way. Facebook groups supporting his decision started up. A gay family in California opened their home to him. “All these organizations and people threw a lifevest in my path,” Martin explains on the website. “It is because of them that I did not sink. It is because of their aid that I have decided to pay it forward, and use my experience to bring aid to other LGBTQ youths.” The Project LifeVest mission statement is simple: "To be a helping hand, a life vest, to as many LGBTQ teens and adults as possible. We will carry out this mission through the establishment of safe places in as many cities as possible; through opening a call center with a qualified and well-educated and experienced team of counselors who can give advice and guidance where needed; through finding qualified and screened families who can, if the need arises, host rejected teens while they finish schooling or find a new place." Martin wanted an organization that could address the feeling of aloneness that he

Above: Derrick in March 2010 with his prom date. Some people call Derrick Martin’s struggle “the story that shouldn’t have been a story.” Perhaps one day taking a same-sex date to the prom will be neither story nor struggle. But until then, there’s Project LifeVest. And, as their website promises, they’re here to help. himself had felt, and that could be a clearinghouse for the kinds of assistance that make a real, practical difference in a homeless teen’s life. For this reason, Project LifeVest partnered with other established organizations, including The Trevor Project, a national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among LGBTQ youth, and Gays and Lesbians United Against Discrimination, an organization dedicated to the promotion of equal rights for LGBTQ families and individuals. Martin, who serves as Project LifeVest’s president, admits that his life can get very busy at times. A freshman at Georgia Southern University, he describes himself as a very social person who enjoys running, dancing, and singing with GSU’s Adrenaline Show Choir. He is majoring in Justice Studies with a minor in Spanish, preparing himself for a career in law, preferably dealing in defense or prosecution of LGBTQ issues. And then there are always the media appearances. “It‘s been a daunting task,” he says, “Putting myself out there and standing up for what is right. I‘m honored to be able to do the work that I do and to represent the people that I help. But being in the spotlight . . . takes a lot of stamina and dedication, if you are going to do it right.” The spotlight is bright these days. Martin has scheduled interviews with CNN. On September 10 he was a featured speaker at Savannah’s Queer Power March. Currently, he is trying to convince Ellen DeGenere’s producers to feature Project

Lifevest on the star’s talk show. And there is always the fundraising. Martin calls finding funding sources his most challenging and intimidating obstacle. “Finding donors in this economy is nearly impossible,” he says. “We accept donations online at the Project Lifevest website, and we have to date received around $3000. But it’s not cheap to do what we are doing.” The work of Project LifeVest is individual and hands-on. It includes providing guidance, mentoring, and access to resources for those who need it, all of which are delivered personally and confidentially. Martin says that this personal approach is his favorite part of the job, however: “The most rewarding aspect [of what we do] is talking to people that we have helped once they are in a better situation.” He cites one example of helping a teen find the courage to report his abusive father to the authorities. If people want to help, Martin says, this is how they can do so — by referring cases. “Spread our name around,” he says. “Get our name and mission into places we can help. Refer people to us through our website, through Facebook, through blogs, through word of mouth. Money is great, and desperately needed, but we can do nothing without people to help.” Some people call Derrick Martin’s struggle “the story that shouldn’t have been a story.” Perhaps one day taking a same-sex date to the prom will be neither story nor struggle. But until then, there’s Project LifeVest. And, as their website promises, they’re here to help.


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GSU Hungry for a Week Three Win Against Coastal Carolina With a 48-3 Over SSU Win and a Strong Stand Against Navy, The Eagles Take The Road Again

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ith an overpowering 48-3 win over the Savannah State Tigers and a very impressive stand against the Midshipmen from Navy, the Georgia Southern Eagles are pushing into week three with high confidence as they take on the Chanticleers from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. With the return of the option offense, Eagle fans everywhere walked away from the season’s opening game with a great sense of resolution, finally seeing that the option was back and that it still had the capabilities of producing high scoring games. In their 48-3 win over Savannah State, the Eagles racked up their 8th consecutive win against the Tigers, as well as 431 total rushing yards and six touchdowns by six different players. Freshman fullback Robert Brown made an outstanding debut for the Eagles, recording 20 carries for 122 yards and an Eagle touchdown. These numbers put Brown amongst the likes of Eagles legend Adrian Peterson and Joe Ross, being one of only three freshmen to rush for more than 100 yards in their first game for the Eagles. Georgia Southern’s highly anticipated quarterback, Jaybo Shaw, also made his debut for the Eagles, going seven for ten in passing with 109 yards and putting 62 rushing yards and a touchdown in the books. Adrian Mora, the SoCon’s “Special Teams Player of the Week,” opened up the Eagles’ scoring with a 39 field goal halfway through the first quarter and, after the Eagles’ defense held the Tigers to three and out, sophomore slotback Lamar

Brown punched in a two yard run to put six points on the board for the Eagles. However exciting the return of the option may have been, racking up 48 points throughout the night, no one could deny that holding a team to a mere 3 points is exciting in itself. Leading the defense against the Tigers was sophomore defensive tackle Brent Russell. With a passion an intensity for the game and a nose for ball carriers, Russell recorded five tackles and two sacks, as well as a tackle for a loss and pass breakup. With effort like this, it’s no wonder Russell was voted as the Utilities Protection Center’s “Lineman of the Week.” Teamed up with players like junior defensive end Dion DuBose and senior defensive end Michael Veal, Russell and the rest of the Eagles defense really made a stand not only against Savannah State, but also against Navy as the Eagles traveled to Annapolis, Maryland for their first ever matchup against the Midshipmen. With a final score of 13 - 7, the Eagles may have come away with a loss in the books, but a huge moral victory as they move into the rest of the season. The Eagles’ defense was able to hold the Midshipmen to a total of only 193 yards throughout the game, which is especially impressive when looking back at the 485 yards Navy gained against Maryland in the season opener the previous week. The battle between the Eagles and the Midshipmen turned into a battle of attrition as both defenses seemed to control the game, with only 17 first downs by both teams combined. The Eagles were able to gain 109 total yards, 36 through the air and

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#1 E.J. Webb, #33 Dion DuBose: the Eagle’s defense really made a stand. 73 rushing with one touchdown through a 17 yard pass from junior Jaybo Shaw to sophomore slotback J.J. Wilcox. Even with a record of 1-1, the Eagles have every reason to be on a confidence high after a huge win over Savannah State and an outstanding defensive battle against an FBS team at Navy. As they move into week three against the Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina at Brooks Stadium in Conway, South Carolina, the Eagles are hunting a win on the road to send them into the rest of the season with some serious momentum. While the Eagles are looking for the win, the Chanticleers will be looking for redemption after a tough 47-45 loss to the Townson Tigers through a long four quarters and an even longer 5 overtimes. Even having to travel for the second

consecutive week, the Eagles have already shown that they know how to handle both sides of the ball. The Eagles are looking strong moving into week three and into the rest of the season. After two impressive showings of Coach Jeff Monken’s option offense and strong defense, this game could prove this year’s Eagles to be the real deal and possibly a contender for a title! A delicate balance between a fast and well executed option offense and another strong defensive stand should make this game one to watch as Coastal Carolina may still be struggling to recuperate after a tough loss last week. Be sure to show your Eagle spirit and support as the Eagles take the road again and take on the Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina! Go Eagles!

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BY CARSON GREER nce again this week, Thursday was my Friday and it was fun! My night started with a casual drink at Chops and ended with a good time at Buffalo’s. I went to Buffalo’s for Zac Deputy and caught a great show, saw some new and old friends, and just had a blast. For me, Buffalo’s has been the forgotten bar but Thursday night reminded me why Ally & Elizabeth I love the place. I was hesitant to go at first because I was expecting an at Dingus outrageous cover charge seeing as they were having really good musical entertainment. To my surprise, the cover charge was only $5. That rarely happens in Statesboro when a good band comes in town so when I found out, I was pretty stoked! Zac played some great music. I think he may have turned me into a fan after Thursday night. The lights and bursts of fog from fog machines were a bonus to the music because fun visual effects make every concert better in my opinion. Saturday night, I went to Mangiamo Italian Restaurant for dinner with a friend and had a really nice time. We couldn’t help but compliment the place on their choice of music. Songs from Frank Sinatra and more 1920’s, Italian music really contributed to the feel of Mangiamo. As far as food is concerned, I was definitely craving some good Italian classics, another reason that brought us to Mangiamo. I hate to say it, but I sometimes judge an Italian on their meatballs, and I’ll just say that Mangiamo passed the test. I got Spaghetti and meatballs and loved it. Jessica had their special soup of the day, which was good and pretty interesting. In addition to good Italian comfort food and the classic music choice, our service at Mangiamo was very welcoming, and I do appreciate good service. All in all, I had a pretty good weekend in Statesboro. Thursday night was my night out and Saturday I had a nice relaxing evening. I think I’ll start checking in with what’s happening at Buffalo’s more often because I really did enjoy myself Thursday night. Until next time Statesboro, have a good week and I’ll see you out and about soon!

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DEVON LEMAY KEVIN BOYKIN Enticing a child for indePublic drunk, cruelty to children, disorderly conduct cent purposes

BRAD KENDRICK theft by receiving stolen property, deposit act fraud

KYLER STUBBS battery, probation violation

GEORGE CAIL Battery, family violence

DAVID MARTIN JR. Burglary, theft by receiving stolen property

ARSHE JOHNSON Burglary

The recently arrested in Bulloch County DESMOND PACE Poss. of marijuana

ANTON DONALDSON Items prohibited by possession of inmates

ROY MORROW Criminal trespass, probation violation

SABRINA GAFFNEY Obstruction of an officer, two counts

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ANTHONY BROWER Obstruction of an officer, giving a false name

ANTHONY CRUMLICH Deposit accnt fraud

JERRY ALLEN Theft by taking, open container, criminal trespass

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JAMES PARRISH JR. attempt to manufacture methamphetamine, attempting to elude police

KEITH SHEFFIELD entering an auto, giving a false identity, theft by taking motor vehicle, parole

the crime, this might be battery. OBSTRUCTION: A person is guilty of obstructing a law enforcement officer if the person willfully hinders, or delays, any law enforcement officer in the discharge of his or her official powers or duties.

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LEO (July 23-August 22): Leo is colorful, self assured, outgoing, impulsive and expansive. You will have to consider that you have just been practicing a relationship this past summer because now the real deal comes along. The one you met in June is back in your life! Next weekend you will probably say goodbye to Summer Fling and say hello to Real Deal. Breakups are hard, but with the proper planning you can do it easily with the minimum of hurt feelings.

   

CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): Capricorn is very often politically minded. Capricorn is also patient, reserved, cautious, faithful and shrewd. If you could not make investments as I suggested last July, you have a second chance next week in order to gain the larger amount of money next May when you can sell out. If you did invest last July - do it again now, either in the same way or with something else. It does not really matter. You will still gain all those lovely profits next May. Also I am happy to predict there will be more of the same for you.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Cancer is sentimental, sensitive, and needs to have a sense of security. Cancer is intensely romantic and has a vivid imagination. People are being very cautious with their money right now but you can still get your share of it by being conservative yourself. Do not be tempted to overspend this week. You can prove yourself to be responsible which is just what everyone wants you to be. You are kicking around some good ideas this week. You will find that the more conservative they are, the better they will turn out.

  

 

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