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November 27, 2011


Zodiac-sign discrimination.

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)


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Didn't our signs all change when a new one was added this year? I don't even know if I'm an Aries anymore. I could be suffering from Chinese discrimination and not even know it.

If I am reading that correctly, if your name is m, you are not worthy.

Up Uranus!

As an argumentative Scorpio, I refuse to work for any Chinese training firm that would hire me.

Dave, what are you complaining about? You're a cancer. I should be the one complaining.

Cat R I've been wondering the same thing. I'm Taurus now but with the changes I could be an Aries. Not that I believe in that sort of stuff although my horoscope did say I was going to have a good day.

i'm a Leo. so, i say, BITE me - before i get you, ROOOOOARRRRR.

I'm a Gemini and am of two minds about this controversy.

As a Libra, I just can't decide what I think about this. Guess I'll have to weigh the pros and cons.

I was very young when I was born, so my recollections are hazy. I remember something about being born under the Memphis Memorial sign.
Where does that fit in the zodiac?

Scorpios, Virgos and Capricorns must use the kitchen entrance.

Taurus' is not allowed in any china shops.

Although I'm a Cancer I don't totally discredit the Chinese zodiac. Afterall, I was born in the year of the cock.

The Japanese place a great deal of emphasis on blood type, of all unlikely metrics. I'm a type O, and that apparently makes me "Agreeable, sociable, optimistic, vain, rude, jealous, and arrogant." Sounds about right, if contradictory as hell.

Search Wikipedia for Blood types in Japanese culture for more.

I'm a Scorpio, no body asked me whether I'd want to work for the Chinese guy. Well, my answer? "It never crossed my mind."

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