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NOTW CLASSIC, August 2010 Wednesday, September 17
They Don't Make "Drug Lords" Like They Used To: Widely feared Jamaican drug kingpin Christopher "Dudus" Coke was arrested in June 2010 and extradited to New York City after being picked up wearing women's clothes and a too-small 1970s-style Afro …
THE GAME IS AFOOT Wednesday, September 10
Revisiting a Sherlock Holmes masterpiece
The St. Johns Sheriffs Office cannot be trusted
LIFE IN A POLICE STATE Wednesday, September 10
Residents of a black neighborhood in Atlantic Beach say it’s the cops, not hookers or drug dealers, who are destroying their quality of life
PISCES: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
On a German TV show, martial artist Jackie Chan performed a tough trick. Holding a raw egg in his right hand, he used that hand to smash through three separate sets of four concrete blocks.
AQUARIUS: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
Squirrels don’t have a great memory of where they bury their nuts. They mean to go back and dig them up later, but they lose track of many. Sometimes trees sprout from those forgotten nuts. It’s conceivable a squirrel may climb a tree it planted years earlier.
CAPRICORN: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
For 2,000-plus years, Chinese astronomers have understood the science of eclipses. Yet as late as the 1800s, sailors in the Chinese navy shot cannonballs toward lunar eclipses, hoping to chase away the dragons they imagined were devouring the moon.
SAGITTARIUS: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
You have cosmic permission to be bigger than life and wilder than sin. You have poetic license to be more wise than clever. Feel free to laugh longer than may seem polite and make no apologies as you spill drinks telling brash stories.
SCORPIO: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
According to my astrological omen analysis, you’re currently the zodiac sign least likely to be clumsy, vulgar, awkward or prone to dumb mistakes. On the other hand, you’re the most likely to derisively accuse others of being the same ways.
LIBRA: September 10-16 Wednesday, September 10
Those who invoke the old metaphor about the caterpillar that transforms into a butterfly often omit an important detail: the graceful winged creature is helpless and weak when it first wriggles free of its chrysalis. It’s not ready to take up its full destiny.
 
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