Horoscope for the week of March 24, 2004

Horoscope ISSUE 40•12 Mar 24, 2004
  • Aries Both your mind and a locomotive run on rails, are difficult to maintain, and make chugging noises, but after that, the analogy starts to break down.
  • Taurus You were right about the existence of a 10th planet, but don't be smug: Your claims about a race of cat-women who thirst for your seed was way off.
  • Gemini Mark Twain said moving house twice equals one house fire, so it looks like Fate owes you a couple house moves.
  • Cancer Arguments over the relative merits of football and soccer are rendered moot next week, when aliens challenge us to a bizarre hybrid of both games with the fate of the earth at stake.
  • Leo The surgeons are unclear on exactly why you need a titanium plate implanted in your ass, but hey... gift horses.
  • Virgo A fateful chess match with Death looms in your future, so you might want to replace that tacky Star Trek chess set.
  • Libra It won't really do you any good, but it's very stirring nonetheless when you remember the Alamo, the Maine, and Pearl Harbor during your audit.
  • Scorpio The principle of entropy says that all systems tend toward disorder, so just think of what happens to your legs next week as a natural, universal constant.
  • Sagittarius You're tired of all these narrow escapes with your life, so next week's gas-truck accident will be sort of a relief.
  • Capricorn It's often a mistake to try and make learning fun, as you'll prove next week during your combined fireworks-safety/defensive-driving demonstration.
  • Aquarius You may think your life is due for big changes, but the unknowable cosmic forces in control of your fate don't.
  • Pisces An important warning sticker will be missing this week. The stars can't tell you where it should be, but it should say "Caution: Rotating Knives."