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Anyone want to play "The Word of the Day"?

 
SolitaryWildFlower

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08/24/2012 10:19 AM

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Anyone want to play "The Word of the Day"?
SPOILER ALERT: answer given below. Anyone looking for a real game of "The Word of the Day" better just go start their own thread.

Continue if still interested.

The word of the day IS: Confusion.

From the website [link to montalk.net]

Friday, August 24
Confusion.
The Sun lines up opposite spacey Neptune at 7:33 AM and I’ll bet a lot of folks will be late to work this morning—especially since the Moon which entered Sagittarius in the early hours squares both the Sun and Neptune at 8:54 AM creating a Mutable T-Square.

You do not want to be in surgery this morning or doing anything dangerous.

Expect people to be dialed out and a note of confusion or deceit in the air. The fog (the veil?) begins to lift as the Moon then sails away from trouble—green lights come on by noon as the Skywatch clears.

Party lights are on Friday night as the Moon in big spender Sag trines friendly Uranus at 7:11 PM. And Mars is in Scorpio now.
Lola is bound to show up this evening, and whatever Lola wants, Lola gets…she’s a Scorpio for certain.

That last sentence made me wonder who Lola is/was. I looked up the song online and found out who they're talking about in the song.

From [link to en.wikipedia.org]

Whatever Lola Wants is a popular song, sometimes rendered as "Whatever Lola Wants, Lola Gets". The music and words were written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross for the 1955 musical play Damn Yankees. The song is sung by Lola, the Devil's assistant, a part originated by Gwen Verdon, who reprised the role in the film. The saying was reportedly inspired by Lola Montez, an Irish-born "Spanish dancer" and mistress of King Ludwig I of Bavaria, who later became a San Francisco Gold Rush vamp.[1]


No real point. And Sorry to anyone who actually wanted that word of the day game. But thanks for reading. And I hope I'm not the only one who's intrigued by the connections.
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