Kramer Wetzel

“The nature of bad news infects the teller.” First Messenger in Shakespeare’s Antony & Cleopatra (1.2.65) “October. This is one month of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks. The others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December, August, and February.” Pudd’nhead Wilson (Mark Twain) Libra: Go with the one that [...]

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“X. This, what is it in itself, and by itself, according to its proper constitution? What is the substance of it? What is the matter, or proper use? What is the form or efficient cause? What is it for in this world, and how long will it abide? Thus must thou examine all things, that [...]

“You never spoke what did become you less than this.” Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (I.ii.282-3) Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 12.17.2015 Sagittarius: It’s such a fickle time, the week before Xmas, the Winter Solstice is all upon us now. This is the darkest days of winter, in the Northern Hemisphere, sort [...]

“Either thou art most ignorant by age Or thou wert born a fool.” Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale (II.i.173-4) Leontes is addressing Antigones who suspects infidelity. Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 12.10.2015 Sagittarius: Early morning meeting downtown, so I had TexMex for breakfast. Noon was rushed, so I grabbed some quick tacos, [...]

And cannot brook competitors in love? I tell you, lords, you do but plot your deaths By this device. Aaron in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus 2.1.77-9 Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 11.5.2015 Scorpio: I was listening carefully to an attractive lady explain how her future son-in-law has, thus far in life, failed [...]

“Saint Denis to Saint Cupid! What are they That charge their breath against us? Say, scout, say.” Princess of France in Shakespeare’s Loves Labors Lost (V.i.90-1) Saint Denis was the first bishop of Paris and patron saint of France. The year in overview: I have a pair of books that are filled with numbers. American Ephemeris for [...]

“Neither of either; I remit both twain. I see the trick an’t; here was a consent, Knowing aforehand of our merriment, To dash it like a Christmas comedy.” Berowne in Shakespeare’s Loves Labors Lost (V.ii.487-91) Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 12.11 Sagittarius: The holidays hit with a brisk pace, don’t they? [...]

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