May 04, 2005


VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Of all the world's landlocked countries, only one maintains a navy: Bolivia. Until 1879, it had a seaport, but lost it in a war with Chile. Over a century later, it has thousands of sailors but only a single sea-worthy ship, which it keeps docked in Argentina a thousand miles away. Its quixotic fixity of purpose seems to be a symbolic declaration that it intends to someday once again have land bordering the ocean. I see a certain resemblance between Bolivia and you right now, Virgo. You also cling fiercely to a starry-eyed commitment that might appear unrealistic to casual observers. The difference is that your dream, as opposed to Bolivia's, is not entirely hopeless. You will receive a sign this week that reveals why.

it wahs | from inside the mind of krix at May 04, 2005 11:08 AM .

This series of pics, especially the bws,
are nearly as hot as the Munros...
Too bad my star sign is Gemini,
my dream seems to be entirely hopeless!

All the best to you, krix!

Posted by: Niobe on May 4, 2005 12:03 PM

landlocked and lovin' it virgo! ;-)

Posted by: lizzie on May 4, 2005 01:23 PM

"clinging fiercely to starry-eyed commitment that might appear unrealistic to casual observers"

Please don't stop now...

Posted by: ARYA on May 4, 2005 03:35 PM

Landlock countries have their dreems! Not only Bolivia, also former Czechoslovakia had few sea-worthy ships! We lost them after separation (czechs grabed them ). And starry-eyed dreams? Im waiting for sign. Soon!

Posted by: vika on May 6, 2005 05:40 AM
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