Sep 23 - Oct 23
The "No Food In Cubicles" rule was meant to be broken. The boss hates
you. The rats and cockroaches, however, are forever in your debt.
Oct 24 - Nov 21
Where there's smoke, there's fire, and in your case no eyebrows either.
Nov 22 - Dec 21
It might be a good idea to check and see if Dr. Ano is really a Dr. Pepper
rip off or if your roommate did some creative labeling.
Dec 22 - Jan 19
It will be hard to tell if your date is bored or just tired. If you've spent
the last 2 hours covering the differences between reiserfs, ext3, and XFS file
systems then odds are that it's boredom.
Jan 20 - Feb 18
The new $300 cell phone you bought has every feature you'd ever hoped for.
Except it's not waterproof. A little too late now, huh?
Feb 19 - Mar 20
The bug that bit you wont give you radioactive mosquito powers. In fact, it's
probably just West Nile Virus.
Mar 21 - Apr 19
The T3 outage in Phoenix will not only delay your teleconference, but you also
won't be able to steal The Two Towers from KaZaa, either.
Apr 20 - May 20
While the Saints may be 3-0, second mortgaging the house for a bet on the Super
Bowl win might be a bit premature.
May 21 - June 21
Your enthusiasm for the new release of Mandrake Linux is dampened when you
realize that they are French.
June 22 - July 22
Despite all your lobbying efforts you won't be able to convince Apple to release
OS X for the Commodore 64.
July 23 - Aug 22
It's sad to see all your ICQ friends wimp out and switch to MSN Messenger.
Only one thing left to do: get new friends.
Aug 23 - Sep 22
You will finally realize this week you have NOT been working in hell, but I
must admit the guys dressed in red pajamas poking people were deceiving.