Freewill of the Week (people keep poking me about these...)
Gemini Horoscope for week of April 28, 2005 http://www.freewillastrology.com/horoscopes/gemini.html (May 21-June 20) A lot of antifreeze tastes sweet even though it's toxic. That's a big problem for dogs and children, who sometimes come upon spilled or open containers of antifreeze and drink it. New Mexico is one of the first places in the world to pass a law making it mandatory for antifreeze to be bitter-tasting, thus discouraging innocents from imbibing it. This should serve as a metaphor for you in the coming week, Gemini. Your inner child or inner pet may be drawn to ingesting experiences that are delectable but noxious. Have your inner adult take steps to ensure this won't happen.
Looks like a timely reminder about religion, among (likely) other things. If you try to compress a chaote into a control freak, this results in Bad Things happening.
Cancer Horoscope for week of April 28, 2005 http://www.freewillastrology.com/horoscopes/cancer.html (June 21-July 22) I won't protest if you resort to some outrageous showmanship to boost your cause, Cancerian. I won't judge you harshly if you try to walk the fine line between creative storytelling and over-the-top BS. Just make sure that you're always motivated more by fun and idealism than by self-aggrandizement. It's time to use all your tricks and call on all the favors you're owed as you sell your self without selling your soul.
Wuh-oh, are there job interviews forthcoming? Maybe?
Sagittarius Horoscope for week of April 28, 2005 http://www.freewillastrology.com/horoscopes/sagittarius.html (November 22-December 21) You're entering into the thick of the problem-solving phase of your astrological cycle, Sagittarius. Your dilemmas are probably heating up, becoming more frustrating and time-consuming. What's more important to know, however, is that you now have a heightened power to fix those dilemmas. In fact, I predict that soon after reading this horoscope, you'll find you have access to unprecedented levels of wild but disciplined determination. As you go about your work, keep in mind Buckminster Fuller's standard for measuring his effectiveness: "When I am working on a problem," he said, "I never think about beauty. I think only of how to solve the problem. But when I have finished, if the solution is not beautiful, I know it is wrong."
Noted, and I'll pass that along the next time we speak.