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Edition 3 - August2011


Plus Hot Food Sideshow Alley Show Bags Horse Events Pavilion Displays Poultry & More


When is it Open?

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Ladies League Team

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Uprising Rocks the Youth Festival

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Hay’s Got Talent

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Garry May Head Shave Update

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Trent Barratt Shield Teams

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Hays of our Lives

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Local Prospector Mick Morris

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Out & About

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Who ~ What ~ Where

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Classifieds & What’s On

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R U OK?

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Sweet Tooth Recipe

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ANZ / FRRR Grants

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CWA News

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unexBECted astrology

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New Crown Hotel Motel 117 Lachlan Street Hay Ph 02 6993 1600

Meals 7 Days Lunch 12pm - 2pm Dinner from 6pm

Fathers Day Luncheon Book with Linda!

Double Rooms with En Suite $55 Single Rooms with En Suite

Welcome to the September issue! Thanks you all again for your support - it has been overwhelming. I always appreciate your input, so don’t hold back :) Check out the fantastic ‘Blast from the Past’ photo - and have a dig through your photo album. I bet there are some beauties hidden away Give me a call if you’d like to share them! I’d also like to congratulate all involved in organizing the recent Youth Festival ~ What a great achievement!

Have a great month Krista two7eleven@live.com.au

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All letters to the Editor, Articles, Feedback, Advertising and Classifieds must be received by the third Monday of each month. Late entries may be held over until later editions. Magazine is published on the first Monday of each month © Krista Schade 2011


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Thanks to Linda Wright for this gem! As the Magpies League Tag team heads into the Group 20 finals series, this photo shows how involved the girls have been in the past. Pictured is Barb Schneider tackling Marcia Dunbar (nee Wright), with Lorna Wright and Bib Schneider in support. Referee is Dick Frost, all frocked up, with oranges in his bra. The year is 19645, and this is Ladies tackle footy - not a tag in sight! two7eleven would love to publish your historic photos! Email or give Krista a call


Hays recent Youth Festival, organised by the High School with support from Hay Shire Council, has been crowned a great success. Students from all schools enjoyed art workshops, jumping castle, an obstacle course set up by the Rural Fire Brigade and Hay Shires inflatable climbing wall. There were also performances by a duo from Wagga Wagga, local band NuffSaid, and young Victorian band Uprising. Uprising were a very popular attraction, after recently making their television debut on “Australia’s Got Talent” The evening of the 29 July saw our local version “Hay’s Got Talent” hosted, with a great line-up of local artists. Emma Dowling was awarded first place, followed by a drama act featuring Lara Woods, Tori Oliver and Sean Towler, and a dance duo of Jamilla Pynor and Myla Bisset. Hosted by charismatic Sean Towler, the evening was a great success, and featured encore performances by NuffSaid and Uprising. Uprisings latest releases are previewed on YouTube, along with an entertaining documentary of their trip to Hay. View at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz9ete4O_Cw or subscribe to URuprising at youtube.com


Clockwise from top left: Matt Burns, Tori Oliver, MC Sean Towler, Madeline Headon, Yolander Miller & Alanah Suitor


Clockwise from top left Myla Bissett, Lisa Fattore, Saskia Harris, Johnathon Canning, Tori Oliver & Lima Canning, Taylor Johnston, Noah Wilson, Jamilla Pynor


Garry May Head Shave Update Local hero Garry May has reported that the total funds raised in the 2011 Head Shave was

$18,184.15 This means over three head shave fundraisers Garry has raised $41,719 for cancer patients, of which $37,098 stayed in our town. The first shave event was in aid of Children's Cancer Mammoth effort! Garry is pictured at right; top - before the shave, and below - with the May family after the 2011 shave

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“Bumble Bee Battlers” Relay for Life team would like to thank the whole Hay community for all their generous support to there recent fundraising events. A BIG thank you to Fred Spain, Jo Pryor, Mobil, High School, Fooworks, IGA, Hills Corner, Hay Video World, Mark Payne, Geoff Davis, Eileen Morris and all the local business that have our Bumble Bee tins in their shops. Once again we are very grateful for the support from Hay community that have came along and supported us to make our Pancake Breakfast & Crazy Hair Disco a huge success.

“Harry’s Angels” Relay for Life team extend their thanks to the supporters of the Minute to Win It fundraiser, especially; Ed & Sue at South Hay Pub, Gee Auto, Cox’s Farmers Market, Go-Lo, Mobil South Hay, Rubertos Winery and Bryan Cox. We are especially grateful for the extreme generosity of Garry Brown, Kaye Morrison, Fiona Robertson and Violet Kaa. Everyone involved made it a great night and helped a worthy cause in the process.


St Mary’s League Tag team competed in Griffith in August in the Trent Barratt Shield. In a strong start the girls beat Goolgowi 6 to 1, and great defence in game 2 saw St Mary’s victorious against Griiffith North 6 to 1. The girls met Coleambally in the Final, a team of experienced players, however St Mary’s stars blitzed the field winning 7 to nil. Their win sees the team move to the nect stage to be played in Wagga in September. Picture - Tara Dixon

Hay Public School Trent Barratt Shield Teams competed in Leeton in August. The girls League Tag team consisted of Lillian Ives, Ellie Hicks, Holly Headon, Gemma Tassell, Emily Headon, Katies Schiller, Abby-Jean Doyel, Kate Simpson, Gemmalee Miller & Maggie Biggs. They played three games, defeating St Josephs Leeton 3-0 and St Josephs Narrandera 6-2, before meeting Leeton Small Schools in the semi-finals. They lost to a very experienced team 7-3. Try scorers for the day were Lillian Ives (6), Holly Headon (3), Ellie Hicks (2) and Maggie Biggs. The result was amazing considering the girls were playing their first competition games. The team wishes to thank the Stage 3 girls who trained them during their lunch breaks, in preparation for the competition. The boys team consisted of Jack Miller, Simon Darlow, Jaykeb Cowdrey, Noah Hey, Sam Curtis, Sam Martin, Charlie Hurst, Sam Loveridge, Monte Barnes, Callum Canning and Darcy Cullenward. Their first game against Parkview showed the experience of the Hay boys winning 11 to nil. Against Leeton Public in game two the winning streak continued 7 to 3, and the boys then went on to meet St Josephs Leeton in the semi-final. Hay Public played well but were defeated 7 to 3. Pictured at right - Charlie Hurst making a break in Game 1


With Jess Ray So... why is it that we all ache to grow up so fast? Everyone under 18 is saying “I cant wait ‘til I'm 18”. The 18 year olds are too drunk to think, and everyone over 18 soon starts to wish they were still 18 (or even better, 17. Why the extra year I will never know.) I choose that year myself because it was the year I was in love for the first time. And I was a tad cute then. You know, all I have learned in growing up is that I should have taken advantage of the lack of responsibility that parents/carers gift you with. Coz I'm telling you now, adulthood aint that crazy wonderful. Teens, you think taking the bin out is painful, so is paying bills, holding down a steady, well paying job, watching the welfare of your family 24/7, cleaning and cooking and washing. I want you all to realise something. Our minds are the way they are, from birth. Yes our brains need to learn how to form words, how to write and all the other useless stuff we learn. But essentially, we are the same person. You don't feel old when you age, your body does; it fails us and punishes us for all the life we have lived. But our consciousness is an un-aging entity of knowledge. Basically... I see our souls as being contained by a vessel, that will eventually crack and become weaker, and let our life essence slip into the unknown. We are who we are. We are not better than any other person. We should judge no-one by the vessel that contains them. And the essence of life is having loved and being loved in return, truly. (I sound like i have taken that straight from Disney..). We find supreme knowledge in the happinesses that carry us through hard times and terror and the last dying thought that you have done everything 'humanly' possible to experience both of these things.

I am someone that is pouncing eternally on all those fleeting moments of happiness with people I barely know at all. It may make me seem strange and stalkerish (hahaha) but I am a collector of memories; of all the different versions of happiness, and satisfaction, because its the most revealing thing about someone. It is the things that make them smile, laugh or forget hard times. If I experience happiness with someone, I am akin to something deeper inside them. I know then if there is a similar love concealed within them. A similar fire. So with all that in mind, each and every moment is a lesson, why would anyone want to skip such important lessons and discoveries or muddy them with petty gossip or jealousy? You end up rushing through life or missing the real meaning of love (not life, coz in all reality there is no meaning to life, we are but simple mammals), wishing you could rewind, and dying in terror of all the things left unsaid and undone. Why not take your time? Walk slowly, take in the surroundings, take advantage of the moments that arise, don't fight things that feel right because if something is going to happen, well its going to happen. One way or another. I HAVE ALWAYS HAD IT IN MY MIND THAT AS MUCH AS IT PUTS OTHER PEOPLE OUT, MY PENCHANT FOR SAYING WHATS DEEMED AS 'TOO MUCH' IS ONLY TOO MUCH FOR SOME PEOPLE, NOT ALL OF YOU.. THE THOUGHT OF MOVING THROUGH MY LIFE AND LEAVING ALL THE THINGS I THINK ARE IMPORTANT, UNSAID, LIKE I USED TO WHEN I WAS YOUNG, IS MORE STALLING THAN ANY OTHER HURDLE IN MY LIFE. STOP, CHILDREN, RACING THROUGH THE LEARNING YEARS, FOR YOU WILL FIND THAT AT THE END, YES FASTER YOU WERE, BUT STUPIDER AND MORE SCARED YOU WILL BE WHEN THE LAST BREATH IS DRAWN. WHEN DEATH COMES IT DOESNT STOP TO RECOGNISE YOUR CAREER, YOUR MONEY, OR THE SEX YOU'VE HAD, THE ONLY THING THAT FIGHTS AN EMPTINESS ETERNAL IS THE KNOWING THAT YOU HAVE LIVED A FULL AND LOVING LIFE AND THAT YOU HAVE PASSED ON ENOUGH OF YOURSELF IN YOUR FAMILY, TO LIVE FOREVER..

© Jessika Ray


Micks Passion for Prospecting Unearths Fascinating Finds

Local prospector, Mick Morris has an extensive collection of historic treasures from his travels. His hobby developed in the 1980s, and since then Mick has travelled extensively across the Hay region, and other parts of Australia. His sweeps of the sites of old pubs or towns have uncovered old pennies, Chinese coins and on one occasion a button form the Red Coat uniform of the British Army. These buttons were in use from 1760 to 1855, when they were replaced by a new style of uniform, so the mind boggles as to how it came to be found on the Hay Plains!

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Hay Magpies Junior Rugby League Cub celebrating the end of another successful season

Hannah & Emily (Top), and Lucy Shea enjoying the play equipment at the August Lions Market Day

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Top: An appreciative local swamps the Uprising stage. Below Left; Magpies Stalwart Edna Hanna at the last home game. Right: High School hip hop group performing at Hay’s got Talent

two7eleven magazines first wedding! Brad & Raemie Hodge (nee Gray), with their wedding party at Hay Railway

Kevin Branes, Phillip Wilson, Trevor Miller, Brad Hodge, Raemie Hodge, Kerry Green, Terese Amstrong, Amy Wilson. At the front is Lilly Oriel, Sarah Oriel ,Trevor Hodge and Ashleigh Oriel


Who ~ What ~ Where Your Guide to Local Organisations, People & Business

This Month... Can Assist

Can Assist Vision “Every country community, family and individual has equitable access to cancer care and support services.”

Below: Lilier Lodge - Can Assist accommodation for patients and family in Wagga

Can Assist is a cancer assistance network in NSW which has been running for over 55 years. The local Hay branch has been running for approx 18 years caring for country cancer patients. Today there are 50 branches in country NSW with 2,400 volunteers raising funds - the Hay branch has 28 committee members all volunteers working together to raise funds. Each year $1.8 million goes directly to supporting people with cancer in rural NSW Can Assist has a vision to provide assistance and care to cancer patients and their families, financial assistance for travelling and accommodation. Assistance is also available for any other costs associated with cancer treatment. Accommodation is available in Sydney and Wagga. Lilier Lodge in Wagga is a beautiful 20 double unit facility very similar to a motel, with tea and coffee making facilities in room linen and towels provided. There is a large modern fully equipped kitchen to prepare meals, Gas BBQ in courtyard, large lounge room with TV, DVD & music system, laundry and ironing facilities, Lilier Lodge is a home away from home while receiving cancer treatment. Hay local branch meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, and is a great committee raising funds locally to support our local cancer patients. Some of the best known fundraisers are the annual Hell of a Walk, and Garry May’s infamous head shaves. The committee also organises raffles, has donation tins spread throughout town and is available for catering. All funds raised in Hay stay in Hay. Secretary of Hay Can Assist Sue Vitucci says “We are unable to approach patients to offer assistance, but if anyone requires assistance they can get info from their Doctor, Hay Hospital, our Community Nurse or any member of Can Assist committee. Our President is Margaret Dodson and Treasurer is Robyn O'Brien.” The Committee encourage anyone wanting to get involved come along to a meeting, or volunteer your time at a fund raiser or Host an event. They are in the midst of a new publicity campaign, with information segments being aired on 2 HayFM

Above: A previous fundraiser - in 2009 Hay Lions raised $700 for Hay Can Assist Pictures - Colvin+Chatter canassist.com.au

Right: Hell of a Walk 2009, Lawrence Doidge & Sue Vitucci

“We would like to spread the word that Can Assist is here to help our local cancer patients. Not enough people who need our help know what we do, or even that we exist.” Mrs Vitucci stated.


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Top 10 Complaints from Dogs

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1x 2 seater poly canoe - two paddles (single & double) plus two life jackets $750.00 (New cost $1150) 2 x electric welders $75.00 each 1 x Paratus performance car seat - fully adjustable back & pump up lumbar support- suit 4wd etc. $700.00 (new cost $1100.00) Can be viewed at Gee Auto & Air. Contact; Chris Schade. Email chris46@live.com.au 0409 616 455 - 02 6993 2072

1. Blaming your farts on me - Not funny 2. Dog sweaters - Hello? Notice the fur?

Claim the Date! 8th October - Hay Rodeo

8th October - CWA Annual Flower Show

For Sale - Vacant Building Block close to schools and shopping centre. Priced to sell at $26,500. Phone 0404 728 778 16th October - Bishops Lodge Spring Market 19th November - Hay Races

Community Organisations ~ add your event here! Email two7eleven@live.com.au Or fax details to 6993 4600

3. Yelling at me for barking - I’m a damn dog! 4. Taking me for a walk, and then not letting me check stuff out. Whose walk is this anyway? 5. Any trick that involves balancing food on my nose Stop it! 6. Haircuts which involve bows and ribbons. Now you know why we chew your stuff when you’re not home 7. The sleight of hand, fake fetch throw. You fooled a dog wooohooo. Great moment for the top of the food chain

8. Taking me to the vet for ‘The Big Snip” then acting surprised when I freak out every time we go back 9. Getting upset when I sniff the crotches of your guests. Sorry - I haven’t mastered the handshake thing yet 10. Acting disgusted when I lick myself. C’mon - we both know its jealousy! Please! Lay off me on some of these things - we both know whose the boss here. You don’t see me picking up your poop, do you?


Thursday 15th September 2011 Thursday 15 September, 2011 is R U OK?Day. It’s a national day of action which aims to prevent suicide by encouraging Australians to connect with someone they care about and help stop little problems turning into big ones. On that day we want everyone across the country, from all backgrounds and walks of life, to ask family, friends and colleagues: "Are you OK?". Staying connected with others is crucial to our general health and wellbeing. Feeling isolated or hopeless can contribute to depression and other mental illnesses, which can ultimately result in suicide. Regular, m e a n i n g f u l conversations can protect those we know and love. It's so simple. In the time it takes to have a coffee, you can start a conversation that could change a life. R U OK? Day enjoyed tremendous success in its inaugural year in 2009. More than 1 million Australians took part in R U OK? conversations and independent research tells us that over 650,000 conversations took place as a result of R U OK?Day. Moreover, 280 workplaces participated in the workplace initiative. In 2010, R U OK?Day generated more than 2 million conversations (AMR Interactive, 2010) and over 700 organisations took place in the R U OK? at Work initiative, including Commonwealth Bank, Rio Tinto,

Queensland Police and Centacare. R U OK? is an independent, not-for-profit organisation whose purpose is to provide national focus and leadership on suicide prevention by empowering Australians to have open and honest conversations and stay connected with people in their lives. More than 2,100 Australians suicide each year and men are around four times more likely to die by suicide than females. R U OK? aims to inspire all Australians to help reduce our suicide rate by reaching out and making contact with others. Most people don't openly share their feelings, particularly when they're struggling so don't wait for a sign and trust your instincts. A conversation could change a life. The best thing we can all do is regularly ask the people we care about: "Are you OK?" regardless of whether they are at risk because connection is good for us all.

For each person that dies in this way, another 30 attempt to end their life.

‘First Aid’ by St John Ambulance Australia is undoubtedly the easiest to use First Aid app on the market. Included in the app are 13 of the most common and critical conditions that require immediate life saving First Aid. After all, what is the point of a high score in ‘Angry Birds’ if you can’t Cost = $4.49 save the life of a loved one?

How to start a R U OK? Conversation

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Great FREE games to pass the time. A modern twist on the classis games of Scrabble and Hangman, which you can play with both friends or random opponents. Trust me - Very addictive!


This months recipe bought to you by

Rebecca Woods Bec’s Baked Caramel Cheesecake. Ingredients (serves 10) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Method 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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250g plain sweet biscuits (Granita are best) 125g butter, melted 500g cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 eggs 3/4 cup thickened cream 2 tablespoons plain flour Caramel 8 caramel chews 3 tablespoons thickened cream Caramel sauce 1 cup firmly packed brown sugar 300mls thickened cream 60g butter, chopped Preheat oven to 160°C/140°C fan-forced. Grease a 6cm-deep, 19cm spring form cake pan. Line base and sides with baking paper. Place biscuits in a processor. Process until fine crumbs form. Add butter. Process until combined. Press mixture into base of prepared pan. Refrigerate for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, make caramel: Place caramels and cream in a small saucepan over medium-low heat. Cook, stirring, for 2 to 3 minutes or until smooth. Remove from heat. Using an electric mixer, beat cream cheese, sugar and vanilla until smooth. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating after each addition. Beat in cream and flour until just combined. Pour mixture into prepared pan. Place spoonfuls of caramel on cheese mixture. Using a wooden skewer, swirl through caramel. Bake for 50 minutes or until centre is almost set. Cool in oven for 3 hours with door slightly ajar. Refrigerate overnight. Make caramel sauce: Place sugar, cream and butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring, for 4 to 5 minutes or until boiling. Reduce heat to low. Simmer for 2 minutes or until slightly thickened. Remove from heat. Set aside for 10 to 15 minutes to cool slightly. Serve cheesecake with caramel sauce.

FRRR / ANZ Seeds of Renewal Program 2011 Creating Education & Employment Opportunities to Help Build Thriving Communities Seeds of Renewal is a small grants program, supported by Regional Commercial Banking and Corporate Responsibility at ANZ, which aims to contribute to building thriving communities in regional Australia. In 2011, the program will provide grants of up to $15,000 to community organisations for projects focused on helping regional communities thrive through creation of education and employment opportunities. The grants are independently administered by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR) which manages a number of grants programs across regional Australia. Since 2003, Seeds of Renewal has provided more than $2.5 million dollars in grants to approximately 568 community projects.

Who can apply? Not-for-profit community based organisations with an ABN or Incorporation Certificate which contribute to the development of education and employment opportunities of communities with a population of 15,000 people or less. What can be funded? Projects which focus on creating education and employment opportunities in local communities Grants will be made in amounts of up to $15,000 Preference will be given to applications that help to advance education and employment opportunities for disadvantaged and under-represented groups in regional communities including (but not limited to) Indigenous Australians, people with disability, refugees, cultural and linguistically diverse groups, women and isolated communities. Some examples of suitable projects include: * Developing and distributing education materials in remote / isolated communities * Purchasing IT equipment for community centres for educational purposes * Conducting training or seminars on important community issues * Supporting programs that help people to prepare for employment * Developing and implementing programs which help to address issues of attendance in schools * Supporting new or existing programs which help people to learn new skills, including mentoring * Developing micro-business or social enterprises which are helping to create employment What can’t be funded? * Projects that benefit an individual rather than a community * Wages i.e. employment of a co-ordinator of a program * Scholarships * Projects which occur outside Australia * Purely social, sporting or recreational activities Applications open Wednesday 27 July, 2011 - www.frrr.org.au/ Applications close Friday 23 September 2011 Bendigo VIC 3552 Successful applicants will be notified in November 2011 and successful applicants will be presented with the grants in November Further Information: 1800 170 020.


Country Women’s Association will be at the Hay Show on 9th and 10th SEPTEMBER Once again we will have our TEA HOUSE with scones, tea, coffee, sandwiches, cakes and slices and trading table with cook books, cakes, slices, jams, pickles, pot plants etc for sale. Come and join us for a cuppa and a chat. Our Tea House will be situated in the Norman Smith Pavilion and will be open from 9-30am for both days. We will also have a promotions table.

HAY CWA FLOWER SHOW. WHEN : SATURDAY OCTOBER 8TH. WHERE : HAY SERVICES CLUB 11AM – 4.00PM Guest Speaker at 1-30pm MIKE SCHULTZ – RIVERINA WILD FLOWERS AND NATIVES Lots of sections to enter your flowers, roses, arrangements, school age children Floral Art, Cut Flowers and Shrubs Afternoon tea gold coin donation. Enquiries: Gwenda McNamara 026993458 Andrea McFarland 0269938186 or 042893818

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Aries

Bad luck has been following you like a rogue bean-bag bean. Do not despair. This month your luck will change dramatically for the better and you will be bored with nothing to whinge about. For this your friends will be grateful.

Taurus

You will have to organise meals this month. This is not unusual, however this month if you stir everything counter clockwise it will contain less calories. Enjoy this solar influence on your food as it will soon pass through your sign, leaving it slightly bland.

Gemini

Flowers will attract your eye this month, I think this is due to a retrograde presence of Jupiter in your sign, but I can’t be certain. Neither can you. Are you sure about anything? Question everything, even the flowers. Someone is out to get you.

Cancer

Your emotions will be on high this month. Stop crying over spilt milk and just mop it up. No one likes a cry baby. Take a deep breath and hold it for as long as you can. Breathe away all of your stress and hop on one leg. You will look ridiculous but that serves you right.

Leo

This month will see you at your darkest hour. Turn on the light and you will solve the problem yourself. Keep a supply of light globes handy so you have certainty. Do not use regular light globes, manufacture your own. You will enjoy the sense of fulfilment.

Virgo

It’s your birthday Virgo! Kick off your shoes and dance but do not indulge in birthday cake. You can’t afford to. You’ve been doing a bit too much indulging and not enough dancing. Dance, dance, dance like it’s your birthday, your skinny jeans stitching will love you for it.

Libra

It’s time for a change. You’ve been feeling this way for a while now but you’re too cowardly to step out of your comfort zone. A teaspoon of concrete in your skim mocha latte will cure this. Be daring and get that piercing you’ve been wanting.

Scorpio

Your snap is usually sharper than your sting, but not this month. Calm down before you hurt someone’s feelings. But if you still feel the need to be a bully, be prepared for someone to squish your ego like an ant. You will deserve it but you will still act hard done by. Look inside yourself. You won’t see anything but look anyway.

Sagittarius

Romance is in the air, but not at your place, it is next door. Your neighbours will experience a sensational surge in passion and they will rub it in when you go outside to check the mail. Request electronic billing to avoid this awkward situation and vent on Facebook.

Capricorn

You’ve been a little cagey Capricorn and it’s time to come clean. Vacuum the crisper in your refrigerator, it is long overdue. Wipe vegemite under the handle, this will create a diversion for your family as they will avoid the fridge and therefore messing it up. They shouldn’t be getting away with it.

Aquarius

A mysterious stranger will fill their car with petrol at the same time as you this month. Do not make eye contact with them, instead twitch and mutter to yourself so they don’t approach you. Heed this advice or you will pay extra for your petrol. Remember to reset the trip metre.

Pisces

Something has been raining on your parade Pisces. So what? Let it hammer down and hammer down good, all gardens need water no matter how drought tolerant. If you are concerned about an issue that has been plaguing your dreams, I can’t help you with that.


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Issue 4 - September 2011