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libra's avatar - chi
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Posted: August 9, 2006, 11:56 pm - IP Logged

Sun in Leo                5-----0

Moon in Pisces 12 = 3-----8     2nd Quarter

Friday  Venus        2 - 7

532 - 537 - 582 - 587 - 032 - 037 - 082 - 087 

For additional Pick - 4s add a 0 to the above Pick - 3s

5327 - 5328 - 5320 - 5387 - 0872 - 0873 - 0875 - 0832 - 5038 - 5027 - 3827 

Draw Time Planets

E.D.T.

Ohio 12:29 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 7:29 PM. Jupiter  9 - 4     

PA.  1:10 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 ,  6:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6          

New Jersey 12:55 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 7:55 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

New York 12:25 to 12:30 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 7:35 to 7:52 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 , 7:53 to 7:55 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 ,11:21 PM. Moon 4 - 9       

Michigan  12:59 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 7:29 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Georgia 12:29 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 , 6:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6 , 11:PM. Venus 2-7 

Florida  7:57 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Kentucky  1:25 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 11:PM. Venus 2-7

Massachusetts  7:57 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3

South Carolina 6:59 PM. Saturn 1 - 6

Virginia 2:PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 11:PM. Mercury  1-8  6-3

Maryland  12:28 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 7:56 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

C.D.T.

Texas  12:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 , 10:12 PM. Venus 2-7 

Missouri  12:45 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 6:45 PM. Saturn 1 - 6  

Minnesota  6:25 PM. Saturn 1 - 6  

Tennessee  6:28 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Illinois 12:40 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3  9:22 PM. Sun 5 - 0

Oklahoma  9:10 PM. Sun 5 - 0  

P.D.T.

California  1:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3, 7:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Oregon 1:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 4:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1 , 7:PM. Saturn 1 - 6  , 10:PM. Venus 2-7  

A.W.S.T.

Singapore - 6:30 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

A.D.T.

New Brunswick , Canada  10:PM. Sun 5 - 0    

Today is the 223 Day of the year, with 142 Days left. 

                      778-------------------------697   

Green is the Planet and  Sign Numbers, Black are the Mirror Numbers.

Good Luck Libra Dave       Libra   

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    Posted: August 10, 2006, 12:26 am - IP Logged

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      Jani Norman's avatar - fiftyways
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      Posted: August 11, 2006, 11:14 am - IP Logged

      Today is Friday, Aug. 11, the 223rd day of 2006 with 142 to 
      follow. The moon is waning. The morning stars are Saturn, 
      Mercury, Venus and Uranus. The evening stars are Neptune, 
      Mars, Jupiter and Pluto. 

      Those born on this date are under the sign of Leo include: 

      author Robert Ingersoll in 1833; 

      songwriter Carrie Jacobs Bond ("I Love You Truly") in 1862; 

      art collector Joseph Hirshhorn in 1899; 

      actor Lloyd Nolan in 1902; 

      author Alex Haley in 1921; 

      singer June Hutton in 1920; 

      TV host Mike Douglas in 1925 (age 81); 

      actress Arlene Dahl in 1923, (age 83). 

      columnist Marilyn vos Savant, listed in the Guinness Book 
      of Records as having the world's highest IQ, in 1946 (age 60); 

      pop singer Eric Carmen, formerly of the Raspberries, 
      in 1949 (age 57); 

      Apple computer co-founder Stephen Wozniak in 1950 (age 56); 

      and professional wrestler/actor Hulk Hogan, born Terry 
      Gene Bollea, in 1953 (age 53). 

      On this date in history: 


      In 1877, Thomas Edison described the fundamentals of the 
      phonograph to an assistant and instructed him to build the 
      first one. 
       
      Also in 1877, American astronomer Asaph Hall discovered the 
      two moons of Mars, which he named Phobos and Deimos. 
       
      In 1934, the first group of federal prisoners classified as 
      "most dangerous" arrived at Alcatraz Island, a 22-acre rocky 
      outcrop 1.5 miles offshore in San Francisco Bay. 
       
      In 1954, a formal announcement ended the 7-year war in 
      Indochina between France and forces of the communist Viet 
      Minh. 
       
      In 1965, riots began in the Watts section of Los Angeles. 
      In six days of violence, 34 people were killed. 
       
      In 1984, in an off-air radio voice check picked up by TV 
      cameras, U.S. President Ronald Reagan joked, "My fellow 
      Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed 
      legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin 
      bombing in five minutes." The Kremlin was not amused. 
       
      In 1991, a Lebanese terrorist group, the Revolutionary 
      Justice Organization, released U.S. hostage Edward Tracy, 
      held captive since October 1986. 
       
      In 1992, Texas businessman Ross Perot told a Senate 
      committee that North Vietnam plotted to kill him in the 
      1970s because of his work on behalf of POWs in Indochina. 
       
      Also in 1992, an electrical fire in the 62-story John 
      Han office tower forced more than 3,000 workers in 
      Boston's tallest building to flee down smoky, darkened 
      stairwells. 
       
      In 1993, U.S. President Bill Clinton endorsed the 
      "Brady Bill" handgun control measure and signed an 
      executive order banning the import of semiautomatic 
      assault-style handguns. 
       
      Also in 1993, U.S. President Bill Clinton named Army 
      Gen. John Shalikashvili to be the chairman of the 
      Joint Chiefs of Staff, succeeding the retiring Gen. 
      Colin Powell. 
       
      In 1994, major league baseball players went on strike 
      following the conclusion of the day's games. 
       
      In 1995, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request 
      by The Citadel to overturn a federal appeals court 
      ruling that ordered the all-male South Carolina 
      military college to admit female students. 
       
      Also in 1995, U.S. President Bill Clinton vetoed a 
      bill passed by Congress that would have ended U.S. 
      participation in the arms embargo against the 
      Bosnian government. 
       
      In 1997, U.S. President Bill Clinton became the 
      first president to use the line-item veto, a power 
      granted by Congress the year before. 
       
      In 1998, two boys were found to be "delinquent," or 
      guilty, of murder in the fatal March shootings of 
      four students and a teacher at their middle school 
      in Jonesboro, Ark. 
       
      Also in 1998, British Petroleum announced it would 
      merge with Amoco Corp. in what would be the largest 
      takeover of an American company by a foreign company. 
       
      In 1999, U.S. President Bill Clinton offered to 
      commute the prison sentences of 16 Puerto Rican 
      terrorists if they agreed to renounce violence and 
      comply with other parole requirements. 
       
      Also in 1999, the Kansas State Board of Education 
      voted to drop the theory of evolution from the 
      public school curriculum. 
       
      In 2002, US Airways, the nation's sixth-largest 
      airline, filed for bankruptcy. 
       
      In 2003, as peacekeepers entered the capital to 
      try to stop fighting between government and rebel 
      troops, Liberian President Charles Taylor stepped 
      down and flew into exile in Nigeria, ending a 
      bloody chapter of African history. He vowed he 
      would return. 
       
      In 2004, fighting in the holy Iraqi city of Najaf 
      raged for the sixth straight day between forces 
      loyal to radical Shiite cleric Moqtada Sadr and 
      U.S.-backed Iraqi troops. 
       
      In 2005, right-wing activists staged one of the 
      biggest demonstrations in Israel's history at Tel 
      Aviv. An estimated 350,000 people protested the 
      impending withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and the 
      evacuation of four settlements in the northern 
      West Bank. 
       
      Also in 2005, Salva Kit Mayandit was sworn in as 
      Sudan vice president succeeding John Garang, 
      whose death in a helicopter crash touched off 
      violent rioting in which 130 people were killed. 

      "I am what I am by the grace of God."

      Kitfany

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        Posted: August 11, 2006, 11:24 am - IP Logged

        Thank you Jani ;-)

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