"To that dauntless temper of his mind,
He hath a wisdom that doth guide his valour
To act in safety."
Shakespeare's MacBeth [III.i.58-60]
Cancer: In January, allegedly, January 5, 1914, Pancho Villa made a deal with Mutual Film Corporation to film battles. In exchange for $25K in gold, Villa agreed to capture Ojinaga, and his promise was to do so with mostly daylight battles.
First reality star.
Having been on a reality show, and the news? It's not that big of a deal. Money's more important. That money did buy arms and helped overthrow a corrupt dictatorship. Didn't buy enough good will, though, however, that's a different question.
Do you want to be a media star? Do you want to be filmed? Do you want to be paid for a "reality" show that might be, or might not be, staged? Or would you rather just cash out? Personally, but I'm not a Cancer, personally?
I think the cash is better than the fame. Historically? Makes you less of a target.
Leo: Alice Cooper (Aquarius) helped shape modern music with his version of terror. He's credited with mixing metal and horror on stage. I was thinking about a single lyric from a 1972 Alice Cooper hit, "School's Out." Lyrics, come on, every one knows this one, "School's out for summer...." That tune cycled up on an iPod.