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Gemini: The Loquacious Never Ending Learner Or The Brash Never Ending Babbler?

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Brad Kronen

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Gemini: The Loquacious Never Ending Learner Or The Brash Never Ending Babbler? “I think that all of us are 5-year-olds and we don't want to be embarrassed in the schoolyard.” - Helen Hunt "My mind rebels at stagnation. Give me problems, give me work, give me the most abstruse cryptogram, or the most intricate analysis, and I am in my own proper atmosphere. But I abhor the dull routine of existence. I crave for mental exaltation.” - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “I’m getting a wrinkle above my eyebrow because I just can’t stop lifting it." - Angelina Jolie Curiosity killed the cat? More like The Gemini. Our trek through the Zodiac is never boring, the shifting of gears between signs alone is quite the entertaining experience. And this next shift is by far the most extreme! We leave the lugubrious lumberings of Taurus and propel ourselves quicker than quicksilver/than the messenger god, Hermes/than the most unevolved Twins' mouth gossipping a blue streak into the mentally curious landscape of the sign whose key phrase is “ I THINK”, Gemini. Gemini is the first representative of the element of air, an elemental which utilizes the workings of the rational mind as its primary tool to get through life. Added to this Gemini foundation of mentally stimulated rationality, The Twins are ruled by the planet that oversees all production of thought, speech and communication as well as is the fastest moving planet in our Solar System that happens to have the shortest orbit, Mercury. Mix all that mutably mental material up and you have the makings of a mentally streamlined mind that is forever young since it sees each day as a chance to learn something hitherto unkown about the world OR you have the perpetual motor mouth whose constant machine gun firings of babble reflect just how much they know a whole lot of nothin'. So join me, won't you? But not until you've decided whether you'll be taking “Lying” as an Olympic event or an art form.

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