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Adrian in Shakespeare’s The Tempest III.iii.111
Happy Birthday! — happy Pie Day (3.14)? As the stage directions read, exeunt omnes — all exit.
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A twitter handle that became a collection of quotes in a book that became a TV show.
Just about any channel in the world of the electronic media can become a sensation, the trick is the hook, and the hook relies on old-fashioned story-telling.
One author I read because of the insane plot lines. Another author I read is for the story itself. Yet another example is an author I read for vivid description. All depends.
Pause, in the middle of the Pisces birthday time, and think about the last article, serial, book, or even web-inner-tube show, and ask yourself, “Pisces dear, what was the hook?” I used to watch this one fishing show because the guy was comical in his delivery, damn near manic. I watched for his Pisces personality as much as I watched for anything else. Tips, techniques, tackle, sure but he made it fun.
Before we start our own Pisces show, though, we must investigate the hook. What is the magic that keeps us coming back?
Change doesn’t hurt near as much as resisting to change. Simple observation. Simple observation made plain by Saturn in Capricorn, which causes consternation within the Aries psyche. “But I like this,” or “it’s the way it’s always been!” Both sound arguments, but the lack of change? The resistance to the change?
This man is certainly mad, and may be mischievous. Prithee, neighbor, let’s follow him; but at some distance, for fear of the worst.
The play, Double Falsehood is part of Shakespeare apocrypha — best anyone can suggest? Definite maybe. Might be, or probably was, the playwright’s work, in part.
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That can be handled with transferable skill sets. Like my fishing experience, and the lakes, as well as the bays, while different gear and different techniques, they still involve putting something with a hook in it, bait, in front of fish. Different kinds of fish, but the techniques and tactics are eerily similar. One buddy — fishes both lakes and gulf bays — calls the fish “bass” and “spot-tail bass.” To me, in my mind, it’s “Black Bass,” and “Red (Drum),” but the terms, notice the similarity? The fish are actually from different species, the only defining similarity is that they are both “fish.”
Stop. This isn’t about fish, or species, or even fishing techniques. This is about getting around the Mercury —infused— problems. Transferable skill sets, similar skills, maybe slightly different in actual execution, but still, the easiest way to catch that fish? Bait, hook, line? Then put that bait right in front of the fish.
Bumper sticker wisdom is useful at times like these. There’s a little voice in the back the Aries head, pushing for improvement. A little reminder of some kind, like one of the old school daily reminder calendars, about continuing to trudge forward in the face of insurmountable opposition. There’s some sappy, inspirational quote that goads you forward. All I ever wanted was what’s best for Aries. You know that, right?
It is not honesty in me to speak
What I have seen and known.
There is so much to do, and seems like there is so little time. if I had the luxury of more time, I could write a shorter horoscope, whittle away at the unnecessary parts and pieces, and get it down to bare bones advice. Just the meat, no filler. Probably not going to happens because, like Aries, there seems like there is too much to do and not enough time. Presents us with an Aries-styled issue — time.