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RIP Jan-Michael Vincent

Remember that easy-on-the-eyes 1980s actor Jan-Michael Vincent? He was in “Lassie“, “Bonanza” and “Gunsmoke“, starred in “Hooper” with Burt Reynolds and with Kim Basinger in “Hard Country“, was on screen again in “White Boy” and most recently, he was in a TV show as Stringfellow Hawke, a pilot, on “Airwolf“. Cocaine did his career in

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Luke Perry – An Astrological Farewell

You’re probably going to find this an odd start and perhaps even an odder article. You see, I don’t know if I ever saw Luke Perry on television or in a movie. I might have, but I could have just as easily fallen over him at the supermarket and would never have known who he

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Dizzying Dust Bunnies – Neptune Stations Direct

Neptune stationed direct last night in Washington, DC with 6th house Pluto tightening its conjunction to the transiting Descendant. Although 4th house Venus and 10th house Uranus Rx are still forming their opposition in square to the Nodes in the 1st and 7th houses, Venus’ now direct motion will be closing in on partile and

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Just Enough to be Dangerous

I love the expression “I know just enough to be dangerous” because it reflects a total honesty about oneself in the determination to know more about any particular subject. While such honesty invariably reveals a boldly naked look in the astrological mirror of the mind, the person who has attained such a responsibly frank observation

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Farewell, Dick Gregory, We’ll Miss Your Voice of Truth and Irreverent Humor!

Of all the voices out there when civil rights and race issues were at the fore, Dick Gregory was too. He confronted when no one else dared. He said the words when no one else could. According to one Washington Post journalist, Gregory “broke the mold” by venturing into areas that often made folks wince,

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Minnesota Mosque Bombed – Had You Heard?

This past weekend the bombing of a mosque in Minnesota nearly escaped my attention. Thanks to CBS News for its reporting, I managed to catch a quick comment enough to have it embedded in my brain to search for it this morning before doing my work for the day. I don’t want this report to

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Paddington Bear and Bond–Michael Bond, That Is

For years, I’ve held a secret wish to read this series of books–or at least the first one so I could understand what stole others’ hearts when I hadn’t even known about Paddington Bear, much less about Paddington Station. I had seen Paddington the Bear, an adorable brown bear with a sweet face, raincoat, boots

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The World Mourns and Stands With You, UK, June 3, 2017, Part 2

This begins astrologer John Davenport‘s part of the article. I have done minor edits for cohesiveness while retaining the precise meaning John has intended. The choice of additional graphics in the form of art and videos was mine. Some charts used are repeats of those I used in Part 1. They’ve been repeated for continuity

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The World Mourns and Stands With You, UK – June 3, 2017, Part 1

The Talmud says, “Whoever destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world.” (Mishnah Sanhedrin, chapter 4) ) I thought about these words last night. They seemed so fitting, it felt right for this article this

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Who Needs the Soaps?

I used to think the drama of a few daily soaps on TV made real life carry a bit less of the “wow!” factor. That’s what got me hooked on two soaps several years ago–and they still catch my attention in particular when I’m home. It doesn’t really matter if a month of soap opera

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