Dorian E. Gray
israfel at eircom.net
Tue Dec 14 15:30:08 EST 2004
> I've decided to follow Jennifer's lead, but instead of counting books
> I've been counting birthdays and star signs (since some people only
> posted the latter). Of the 25 people who've admitted to a birthday so
> far, we have:
Now, isn't that interesting? Of those of us who have admitted, Fire signs
are in the majority (10 of us) followed by Air signs (8 of us) - and of
those, the traditionally-considered "younger" signs (Aries and Gemini,
respectively) are not represented at all! Likewise, the Earth signs (of
which we have fewest - just!) are at the "middle-to-elder" end of the range,
but the Water signs are mostly "young".
And we have 9 "fixed" (i.e. stubborn) signs (the Leos and Aquarians), 8
"cardinal" (bossy) signs (the Cancers, Libras and the Capricorn), and 8
"mutable" (adaptable) signs (the Virgos, Sagittarians and the Pisces) - so
we're pretty balanced that way.
Those who care may find Deep Significance in the fact that this list is
dominated by show-off-y and communicatory types...now, who's going to
correlate most frequent posters with zodiac signs...? :-)
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